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Stacy London        

Stylist, Author, Magazine Editor, Known for her role as Co-Host of TLC's "What Not to Wear"

Stacy London is one of America's foremost fashion experts. She was one of the co-host of TLC's hugely popular show, What Not To Wear.

In 2005 Stacy joined The Today Show on NBC as a style correspondent and has regularly appeared on Access Hollywood as a fashion expert. Previous to a career in television, Stacy developed her keen sense of style in fashion editorial. A true arbiter of fashion, she began her career at Vogue magazine as a fashion assistant and later returned to Conde Nast as the senior fashion editor at Mademoiselle. She has styled fashion photos for such varied editorial publications as Italian D, Nylon and Contents. In addition, Stacy has worked with a number of celebrities as their personal stylist, including Kate Winslet, Katie Holmes and Liv Tyler, as well as having consulted on fashion shows for designers such as Rebecca Taylor, Vivienne Tam and Ghost.

Stacy has appeared on numerous national talk and news shows including Oprah, CNN, The Jane Pauley Show, CBS's The Early Show, Showtime's American Candidate, Good Day Live and MSNBC. In addition, Stacy has appeared as an expert in countless magazines including USA Weekend, US Weekly, People, Glamour, Redbook, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and more. She also hosted her own talk show on TLC, Fashionably Late with Stacy London, a weekly chat show - sassy, stylish, inspirational and a little bit naughty, just like its host.

After growing up in Manhattan, Stacy graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Vassar College with a double degree in 20th Century Philosophy and German Literature. She regularly devotes time to Step Up Women's Network and works with both the American Cancer Society and the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Stacy has consulted for numerous corporations and has acted as spokesperson for many brands including, Pantene, Riders by Lee Jeans, Woolite, Dr. Scholl's, Calvin Klein and Hanes. She speaks on the subject of style for charities and corporations such as Starwood Hotels and PricewaterhouseCoopers and has given seminars for the Learning Annex in New York City. She has been the keynote speaker at several women's events and is a regular speaker at the yearly O You! Event for O, The Oprah Magazine. In 2006, she spoke at Harvard University on the connection between building self-esteem and personal style.

Her first book on style by body type (co-written with Clinton Kelly), entitled Dress Your Best, was published in September 2005 to stellar reviews.

Speech Topics

Building Self Esteem and Personal Style

Dress for Success


Stacy London on Styling the Life of Your Dreams
There's more to the stylist and TV star than a pretty face and a coordinated outfit. Read and learn.
Stacy London Shows Tough Love to Tacky Stylist on TLC's 'Love ...
Beginning at 9 p.m. on “Love, Lust or Run,” Stacy London meets Taquoia, a stylist whose outrageous personal style is scaring potential clients away. Taquoia ...
Stacy London Admits Past Bullying: I Was a Real Mean Girl
Stacy London is no stranger to bullying. The former What Not to Wear host, 46, opened up about her childhood struggles with psoriasis – and subsequent ...
Stacy London shares tips for dressing your body type -
Not sure if your clothing is the most flattering for your body type? Stacy London is here to help!
Stacy London Returns to TLC with New Makeover Show - TLC, TV ...
When it comes to bad fashion, Stacy London isn't afraid to speak up, and she's back at it on a new show for TLC. "I'm super excited to be back," the TV host tells  ...
Stacy London Eyed to Join ‘The View’s’ Rotating Stable of Contributors
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'What Not to Wear' series finale to air Friday night -
NEW YORK, Oct. 18 (UPI) -- Famed stylist Stacy London admits she has bittersweet feelings about wrapping up her wildly popular New York-based makeover ...
New psoriasis campaign features Stacy London's style tips | Fox News
When style expert Stacy London was 4 years old, she was diagnosed with psoriasis, an autoimmune disease that leads to itchy, sore patches of red or scaly skin ...
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