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Bio

 
 

Lead Staff

Jill Siefert
Owner

Linda Eckerud
Creative Marketing Manager


Interns

 

 

 


—"Jill’s sensibility for personal style and global fashion expertise is a cumulation of 20 years of experience studying, working and exploring the world through the lens of the fashion industry."

 

Jill's love of fashion is the source of her devotion to working in the industry through a range of executive styling roles for Versace, Esprit, Nordstrom, Conde Nast, Gap, and Ferragamo. She has lived and worked in New York, London, and Buenos Aires - giving her a sweeping global perspective of the international fashion markets. Also an advocate of fashion education for young professionals - Jill is now a professor at The Academy of Art, Parsons, and The Art Institute. Recently she taught a class of 40 students at NABA in Milan by exploring the fashion industry in different regions of Italy - gaining key insights into the Italian marketplace.  She herself has attended Parsons School of Design and the Fashion Institute of Technology, graduating in 1992 with high honors.


As a stylist, Jill is able to effortlessly identify emerging trends while simultaneously creating timeless capsule wardrobes. She an advocate for emerging designers and is always on the hunt for talent so that a client’s wardrobe can be distinct. Through an intuitive understanding of the essence of personal style she envisions a signature look for her clients - helping them identify their unique personal brand and lifestyle while curating a wardrobe around that.  Jill’s intent is to always create exceptional value for her clients through her endless well of fashion resources, expertise on key designers, time saving approach, and her innate ability to maximise a budget.


Jill Siefert is currently residing in San Francisco - she is working with international clients as well as local Silicon Valley executives - curating the personal style of both men and women.

 

 

Recent Press

Kipp Harbor Times
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Vanguard
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Nameless Paper
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