Fashion stylist and consultant Ann Caruso is known for her refined, classic sensibilities as well as  the iconic images she has created in collaboration with some of the world’s most esteemed artists. Her innate sense of style and industry knowledge along with her illustrious career has taken her to the next level as a style innovator and fashion influencer and expert.

Ann’s career began as a design assistant at Ralph Lauren. Following her tenure at the iconic American fashion house, she embarked on a life changing career path when she went to work at Vogue Magazine and developed her reputation as a well-known fashion and accessories editor under the leadership of Anna Wintour.

Since then, Ann has built her brand as a high-profile freelance stylist with her work appearing in editorial publications such as Vanity Fair, Tatler, Town & Country, Instyle, O The Oprah Magazine, and Harper’s Bazaar, where Ann continues to be a Contributing Fashion Editor. In this role, she conceptualizes ideas, styles and oversees the production of her shoots.

As an international celebrity stylist and fashion expert, she has worked with clients such as Elizabeth Hurley, Lynda Carter, Oprah Winfrey, Katherine Heigl, and Taraji P. Henson and was involved with one of the most talked about Hollywood weddings when she styled George Clooney’s family.  Ann’s ongoing work with high-profile private clients continues to grow as does her partnership with with designers and fashion brands.

Consulting with designers and fashion brands is one of her passions as she enjoys helping both emerging and established designers. Whether the brand is online or brick-and-mortar, she solidifies their image in the marketplace through her work as a Brand Ambassador and consultant. As a style influencer Ann is featured in various publications, on blogs and company websites, and collaborates with other top fashion leaders. With a loyal and engaged social media following and a reputation as an influential voice within the industry,  Ann is able to partner with select brands that she believes in, to successfully increase their sales and exposure.

As a two-time breast cancer survivor and activist,  Ann works with wellness and beauty brands to increase awareness.   Ann works with the Estee Lauder Companies on the Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign dressing Elizabeth Hurley in all pink!  She has been honored by Pink Aid, as well as Susan G. Komen with the “Surviving With Impact Award” was was honored this last October by Fashion Fights Cancer by The Miami Design District.  Ann appears in the Breast Cancer Research Foundation ad campaigns and is featured in the 25th Anniversary of the Pink Ribbon documentary film. She is also on the Style Board of Glam4Good, the Advisory Panel for 5 Under 40, a recipient of the Womenswear Stylist of the Year 2015 Award for The Daily’s annual Fashion Awards, and has been selected as one of Vogue Magazine’s 125 style influencers.