Driven by an unparalleled
imagination, Lori Goldstein is one of the most
sought-after stylists in the fashion industry. For
over twenty years she has been identified by her
collaborations with Annie Leibovitz, principal
photographer for Vanity Fair, and since the early
1990's, with Steven Meisel for Italian Vogue.
While Goldstein's contribution to fashion and portraiture distinguishes her, she has continued to be an innovator and experimenter in the realm of fashion, drawing on a vast historical and contemporary cultural knowledge. Originally inspired by the work of Diane Arbus, Goldstein was driven to see the world in new way. Her contributions to Italian Vogue, China Vogue, Vogue Nippon and W along with a vast array of iconic advertising images from Versace, TSE, Vera Wang, Gap, Tiffany's and Kohl's demonstrate her keen ability to reinvent and rejuvenate the field.
Goldstein has held positions of Contributing Editor at Italian Vogue and Allure, and has acted as creative consultant and stylist for numerous celebrities including Madonna, Demi Moore, Julianne Moore and Anne Hathaway. She has worked as a creative consultant with over forty fashion designers including Vera Wang, Nina Ricci, Carolina Herrera, Versace, BCBG and TSE.
In 2011, Goldstein joined W Magazine as its style editor at large.
In December 2013, Lori became Elle Magazine's Fashion-Editor-at-Large.