Meet The Special Guest Bloggers Of STLFW
Each season, Saint Louis Fashion Week works with over 100 local, regional and national influencers through the STLFW VIP Blogger Experience and this season is no exception. Preview our roster of special guest bloggers, and be sure to keep tabs on all of their STLFW coverage!
Megan Zietz of TFDiaries
Studying fashion and photography for 10+ years in NYC, LA and Florida, Megan Zietz has gained experience in costume design, wardrobe consulting, hosting and modeling. As a stylist, Megan brought her creativity and style to TfDiaries.com, where she’s served as editor and creator for the last four years, sharing her ever-changing styles, home decor inspiration and favorite fashion and beauty finds.
Lara Eurdolian of Pretty Connected
After years of honing her expertise in the beauty and fashion industry working for such brands as NARS, Kiehl’s and Jurlique, Lara Eurdolian began privately consulting for brands including FOTINI, Avon/Mark., Jude Connally, Creed and Skyn Iceland in PR, marketing and social media, while simultaneously launching the acclaimed beauty and fashion blog, Pretty Connected and style blog, In His Clothes.
Abigail Breslin and Emily Bache of The WanderLust Girls
The WanderLust Girls, Emily Bache and Abigail Breslin, have been sharing their wardrobe since junior high. It was only fitting that they started a blog and styling company. These best-friend entrepreneurs are powerful, but full of personality. You can spot the blonde duo living, working and partying in the East Village of NYC.
Alexa Curtis of A Life In The Fashion Lane
Alexa is a 17-year-old fashion blogger, social media strategist and journalist. She began her blog when she was 12 and has since begun writing for publications like Parade, Lucky and Guest of a Guest. Her journey has inspired people of all age groups to follow their dreams, no matter what their situation is, which has been her ultimate goal since day one.
Jennifer Inglis of The Style Crusader
Jennifer Inglis works as a digital media consultant and blogs regularly at The Style Crusader. She was born in California but was brought up in the Middle East and Europe. Although Jennifer studied politics, she left the field after attending Fashion Week for the first time in London—it was there that she decided to pursue a more creative path.