Laurie is one of the most desired and decorated stylists around town, named by:
- ANGELENO Magazine as “LA’s top Personal Shopper and Stylist”
- WWD as “LA’s Power Shopper”
- LA Times as “LA’s go-to Stylist”
- The Outlets at Tejon as Style Ambassador
- CBS Los Angeles: “LA’s top Personal Stylist”
- DatingAdvice: “Best Makeover Expert for Daters”
- LA Business Journal: Women Who Make A Difference Awards Nominee 2015
A certified image consultant, personal stylist, community leader and motivational speaker, Laurie Brucker of LaurieBStyle LLC® is all about “Stylepowerment™.” Laurie brings sixteen years of experience in the fashion industry, with two certifications in Image Consulting from the Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC and from Stacy London from TLC’s “What not to Wear” and “Love, Lust or Run.” Pair that with her Bachelor of Science in Apparel Merchandising from Indiana University and a seven year prior career as a fashion designer for real women, Laurie brings realistic and attainable style advice that she uses to create possibility and empowerment, and to promote personal growth and achievement.
Laurie is an expert in the science of dress as it relates to the individual. With a personal philosophy of “People first, style second”, Laurie’s unique approach to wardrobe and people is what makes her a star in the professional community. To her, it’s more than just style and fashion. It’s about what works for the individual and his or her lifestyle needs and Laurie is fluent in this rare language. Laurie has developed a truly unique approach to interpreting style. It is a strategic process she’s created that takes a deeper look at her subjects. It is all about understanding the core of our individualism and bringing that to life via wardrobe, style and image branding. As an expert in the science as well as the perception of dress, Laurie knows how to translate your life, your loves, your body and your career path to wearable and confident style.
Beyond the closet, you can find Laurie in the Los Angeles Times,New York Times, Huffington Post, Forbes, Entrepreneur Magazine, Good Housekeeping, The Washington Post, ABC News, CBS News, KTLA News, Angeleno Magazine, Los Angeles Magazine, Women 2.0, Everyday Health, and The Palisades Post.