Lauren A. Rothman, principal and founder of fashion consulting firm Styleauteur, is at the cutting edge of emerging trends.
A fashion, style, and trend maven, Lauren translates runway, lifestyle, and pop culture trends into reality. She is a brand image strategist, curating the leadership development of the next generation. She is a thought leader and professional speaker who helps clients leverage their personal brand in an age of ever-changing dress codes. Image is a powerful communication tool and Lauren empowers individuals to identify their style DNA in order to exude a successful executive presence both in person and online.
Lauren is a highly sought after expert and speaker on corporate and professional image. She has appeared on stage before Fortune 500 companies, Global 1000 companies, top law firms, and major industry conferences. She has been featured on CNN, Entertainment Tonight, TLC, and E! News as well as in Vogue, Glamour, Real Simple, Vanity Fair, and O magazines. Lauren’s expert advice on creating a versatile, fashion-forward wardrobe for her global clientele of politicians and busy professionals, as well as media and corporate clients, has been highlighted in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, and The Washington Post.
Lauren’s book, Style Bible: What to Wear to Work, is the definitive guide for the modern professional on how to dress to impress, and is a useful tool that emphasizes the continued importance of image in the workplace. Lauren’s background includes trend forecasting, marketing, and branding, as well as wide-ranging experience working with Elle Magazine, MTV Networks, Nordstrom, and Saks Fifth Avenue. She got her start as a cool hunter for Faith Popcorn’s BrainReserve, a trend-based marketing consultancy in New York City.