I recently had the absolute pleasure of styling an icon: Carrie-Anne Moss. She’s best known as Trinity in The Matrix, but she’s been working on a diverse set of projects, both in television and film, as well as an online endeavor that connects women with each other and resources for personal development. For Carrie-Anne, this has meant a diverse set of wardrobe requirements.
In addition to working with Carrie-Anne on the publicity tour for her current Netflix show, Jessica Jones, I styled her for a recent shoot for an entrepreneurial project she’s been working on for the past five years: annapurnaliving.com. Her site is a platform for women to grow, connect and nourish one another, and she needed images that represent who she is outside the bright glare of Hollywood fame. Her work is all about the realness of our experience as women, and she needed a look that reflected a grounded, elegant beauty.
I wanted to share some images from the shoot, photographed by the talented Danielle Cohen.
By the way, this styling session with Carrie-Anne was all done remotely. I work with clients all over the country online via my virtual styling services.
If you’re getting ready for a big media appearance, a romantic encounter, a job interview, or searching for a stylish “everyday uniform” for running errands around town, I’d love to work with you.
And if you’re ready to ditch the old version of your wardrobe completely because it’s time to reinvent your look from head to toe, you’ve found your stylist!
Curious about how to work with me from afar? Book a phone consult to discuss how we can work together. I look forward to it!
For a similar look to Carrie-Anne’s, here are some resources: wrap bracelets and beaded necklaces by Lena Skadegard at TWIST, scoop neck tanks at AG, this silk robe from Natori, and this jumpsuit from Reformation.