Fashionista contributor, blogger, and stylist extraordinaire Sally Lyndley has a new gig: The former model and industry veteran, who has styled for the likes of LOVE and US Vogue, is the new fashion editor at Look TV.
Hew new shows for the channel are basically everything we had hoped the new House of Style would be: Honest, hilarious, with more than a tinge of ’90s nostalgia.
We caught up with Lyndley to chat about her new gig, waving her “fashion freak flag” high and why fashion people are so damn reluctant to actually tell the truth.
Stylist Sally Lyndley is looking to add intelligent and driven graphic design/web interns to her team. During the internship, Sally and her team are committed to teaching the interns as much about the practice of graphic design and art direction in the fashion industry. In return, they ask for teamwork from interns to help Sally on content for her website and the day to day branding of her styling company.
Interning with Sally Lyndley means working with some of the most respected brands, photographers and clients in the fashion world. Sally Lyndley has held positions such as Editor-at-Large for Love Magazine and is a regular contributing fashion editor to V Magazine, among others.
It’s the middle of a suddenly freezing winter, and if you’re anything like us, you’ve probably been spending a lot more time indoors (where there’s, ya know, heat!). It’s hard to look street style-ready when you have to wear an ankle-length puffer coat and full ski mask just to buy some milk. But here’s some Read more →
SALLY LYNDLEY NEEDS SOCIAL MEDIA/ PR INTERNS!
Stylist Sally Lyndley is looking to add intelligent and driven PR and Social Media interns to her team. Sally is committed to teaching her interns as much about PR strategies and social media management in the fashion industry today. In return, she asks for teamwork to help her increase the exposure of both her styling company and her newly launched website ForThoseWhoNotice.com
Sally works with some of the biggest names in the industry – she is currently Editor-at-Large for LOVE magazine and a regular Fashionista contributor. As such, working with Sally and her team will provide experiences and opportunities that cannot be taught or found in any classroom. This sort of real-world experience with a fast pace and innovative company is an important tool in today’s market and Sally is dedicated to helping her interns move forward along their chosen path in the fashion industry, whether it be a recommendation to a magazine or PR/Creative agency in exchange for the valuable teamwork interns can provide.
SALLY LYNDLEY NEEDS FASHION VIDEO INTERNS!
Sally Lyndley, freelance stylist and and Fashionista contributor, is looking to add bright, savy, driven interns interested in the growing field of fashion media and video. Theses Fashion Video Interns would work with Sally and her teams to capture some of the behind-the-scenes footage from her work as well as direct exclusive interviews and content for both Sally’s personal website and her newly launched subscription site ForThoseWhoNotice.com. Sally is also launching a YouTube Chanel to feature these innovative short films.
Interning with Sally Lyndley means working with some of the most respected brands, photographers and clients in the fashion world; Sally is the Editor-at-Large for Love Magazine and a regular contributing fashion editor to V Magazine, among others.
Sally Lyndley, Editor-at-Large for LOVE magazine and Fashionista contributor is looking for smart, savvy fashion lovers to join her team as styling interns for the Spring semester. Sally works with some of the biggest players in fashion and is committed to teaching her interns as much as possible about what it means to be a stylist in today’s market. Sally’s interns work closely with her on every facet of her styling practice from shoot production, to creative research for editorial and consultancy clients, prepping runway shows and working on content for her newly launched subscription website ForThoseWhoNotice.com.
In return for their hard hands-on work interns are given a solid knowledge foundation and tool set that cannot be taught in any classroom. Sally’s goal is to prepare her interns for a successful future in fashion, whether at a magazine or PR/Creative agency.
SALLY LYNDLEY NEEDS GRAPHIC DESIGN INTERNS!
Sally Lyndley, stylist and and Fashionista contributor, is building her Spring semester 2012 team of interns in New York City. During the internship, Sally and her team are committed to teaching the interns as much about the practice of graphic design and art direction in the fashion industry. In return, they ask for teamwork from interns to help Sally on content her newly launched website ForThoseWhoNotice.com and the day to day branding of her styling company.
Interning with Sally Lyndley means working with some of the most respected brands, photographers and clients in the fashion world. Sally Lyndley is the Editor-at-Large for Love Magazine and a regular contributing fashion editor to V Magazine, among others.
The knowledge interns gain working with Sally and her team is not taught in any school, hence the reason schools insist on internships to get real-world experience.
A couple of years ago, when I was in business school, my teacher was having a conversation with the class about all of the different areas of business we must take care of in order to be considered “successful”. One of those areas was “politics”. Now, he wasn’t talking about politics in the traditional sense of the word, like government or politicians, he was talking about the dynamics of people in a group, area or field. So I am talking here about politics as the relationship between people in fashion and how some people are considered powerful, how some people are not, and why. At one point in our class, someone stood up and said that he hated politics and he stayed as far away from politics as possible (exactly what I was thinking as the other student said it). In return, my teacher said, “If you don’t like politics, then be a dog. Tough luck buddy. Whether you like it or not, politics are there and you have to learn to deal with them if you want to be successful.” So I started thinking about what that meant to me and my job and career as a stylist and what it meant inside of the fashion business.
For Those Who Notice is “a cheat sheet of fashion’s most influential inspiration,” culled from the world’s best designers, stylists, hair stylists, makeup artists and casting directors. Lyndley’s certainly got the qualifications and connections to bring you the inside scoop: She’s a contributing editor at LOVE, has styled shoots for Teen Vogue, Vogue US and Pop, worked with fast fashion retailers and frequently rubs shoulders with the industry’s biggest players.
Actually, it was in the course of her work as a stylist that she came up with the idea of starting FTWN. “A couple of years ago I began working with mass market brands and more fast fashion style brands for the first time in my career, and I saw a huge void in access to well-edited creative information from the collections and fashion movements,” Lyndley told us. “The ‘trending’ companies these fast fashion brands were using were just telling them to copy looks and designers, without saying why that look is relevant or considering that no company should be blatantly knocking off another.”
This year, we decided to extend our mad libs to non-designers! First up is stylist extraordinaire and Fashionista contributor Sally Lyndley. If you were wondering what happens on the mysterious 105th day of fashion week, Sally will tell you.
Stylist Sally Lyndley has put together an amazing guide to producing a runway show. See her first three installments–Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3–before reading this.
By the time the show comes around, I begin to feel like it’s time to let the chips fall as they may. All of the hard work of the designer and team, producers, casting director, publicist and stylist has finally come together. Months of preparation lead up to a 12-minute show. I put on my game face and one of my favorite outlandish (but comfortable) outfits and head to the show.