Very cool interview with dtripazcorazon… bet there are some things that you never knew… Very cool interview with dtripazcorazon… bet there are some things that you never knew…———-Name: Sharon HaverWebsite: FocusOnStyle.comName: Sharon HaverWebsite: FocusOnStyle.comEducation Business degree. Marketing major. Minor in law & some abnormal psych.I became a stylist:When an art director hired me for a 3-week shoot in St. Maarten. Upon my return to New York, word got out and photographers kept hiring me as a stylist. I upped my […]
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An art show not to miss in Paris. Without exception, Vincent Gagliostro has been a multi-talented fine artist as well as coveted, award winning art director and friend. It was at Vincent's coaxing that I started my career as a fashion stylist. He is also the art director responsible for the current FocusOnStyle.com. It is with great honor and praise that I share Richard Nahem's invitation with you. Please do not miss this exceptional event. –S.H.Vincent Gagliostro | (1)case | […]
Reading “Follow the Model, Miss J’s Guide to Unleashing Presence, Poise, and Power” by my old friend, assistant stylist / sidekick, former partner in bettering the crimes of fashion is just like sitting around and talking to Alex, ummm Miss J.Well, we’ve already gone through this he has as many names as he has fabulous steps as a runway coach. He is Alex to me as his real name is Alexander Jenkins but others also know him as Jay. Then […]
FocusOnStyle has been online 10 years and one of the first independently owned web sites and certainly one of the longest lasting on the web. As the naughty aughties (what are we supposed to call this decade anyway?) comes to a close, I thought it would be fun to look at how FocusOnStyle.com has evolved through the decade.
20 Seconds to Wigstock, a short film by Vincent Gagliostro selected for Diane Pernet’s A Shaded View on fashion Film Festival | ASVOFF festival
“In a Blonde Haze/My Love for Boys…The artist Vincent Gagliostro, our art director, my friend, and the one you want to blame for hiring me on my first stylist shoot a century ago has collaborated with artist Susan Shup on a brilliant video art film called, called a