Stacy London (age 54)

May 25, 1969
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Zodiac Sign
Born Place
New York City, New York, United States
Birth Name
Stacy London
5 ft 7 in or 170 cm
58 kg or 128 lbs
United States
Eye Color
Dark Brown
Hair Color
Race / Ethnicity
Stacy is of Sicilian descent on her mother’s side, whereas, has Jewish ancestry on her father’s side.
Sexual Orientation

Stacy London (Wardrobe stylist, Journalist, Television presenter, Author, Personal stylist)

[Stacy London] Biography

London is an author as well, writing her memoir The Truth About Style and a number of other books. Stacy London is an American fashion expert, author and magazine editor. She is best known for co-hosting the popular TV show "What Not to Wear". After graduating from Vassar College, she become a fashion editor at Vogue and began styling celebrities and designers. London also served as a fashion correspondent for "Access Hollywood", "The Early Show" and "The Today Show". She has co-owned Style for Hire, and is the Creative Director of Westfield Style. Additionally, she has authored several books, including her memoir "The Truth about Style".

[Stacy London] Early life

Stacy London was born in New York City on May 25, 1969 to a Sicilian mother and a Jewish father, Joy Weinman and Herbert London (President emeritus of the Hudson Institute) respectively. Moreover, her stepmother is a romance novelist named Vicki Pops. During an interview with The Wall Street Journal, London stated that though her and her father do not agree on a lot of things politically, he did instill in her a strong understanding of right and wrong, which would later be seen in her fashion sensibility. After graduating from Vassar College with a double major in 20th century philosophy and German literature and being inducted into Phi Beta Kappa, she took an interest in fashion during a summer internship in Paris working with the PR department of Christian Dior.

[Stacy London] Career

Stacy London has become well-known for her career as a stylist. She began as a fashion assistant at Vogue Magazine and later became the Senior Fashion Editor of Madamoiselle. London has done styling for celebrities like Kate Winslet and Liv Tyler, and has worked on advertising campaigns for a number of brands including Hanes, Wonderbra, Bali, and Procter & Gamble. She has also co-hosted TLC’s What Not to Wear, written a book titled ‘Dress Your Best’, and is the co-founder of Style for Hire. In addition, she is the Creative Director for Westfield Style, the Editor-in-Chief of Westfield Style Magazine, and was the Executive Producer of Big Brooklyn Style.

In addition to her work styling and creating, London has done reporting for the Today Show, Weekend Today, The Early Show, Good Day Live, and Access Hollywood. She was also a spokesperson for Pantene, Woolite, Dr. Scholl's, and Riders by Lee from 2009-2010. Additionally, she hosted her own talk show ‘Shut Up! It’s Stacy London!’ and is a frequent contributor on NBC’s Today Show. Most recently, she became an editor-at-large of Shape Magazine, where she pens a fashion column monthly, and was a contributor on The View from 2015 to 2016. Lastly, she has recently begun hosting TLC’s ‘Love, Lust, or Run’.

[Stacy London] Achievements

1. Co-hosted the fashion-themed makeover show What Not to Wear, which ran on TLC from 2003 to 2013.

2. Contributing editor for InStyle, Harper’s Bazaar, and Marie Claire.

3. Styled a variety of celebrities including Christina Aguilera, Kate Hudson, Matt Damon, and Sarah Jessica Parker.

4. Developed the Seven Lions fashion line with Steve and Barry’s in 2006.

5. Authored the style guide “The Truth About Style” in 2012.

6. Co-wrote the book “The Parent Trip” in 2015.

7. Founded the Style for Hire styling service in 2011, later sold to The Shopping Channel in 2014.

8. Worked as a stylist and consultant for The Shopping Channel.

9. Appeared as a guest judge on the television show Project Runway in 2011.

10. Appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Today Show, The Early Show and The View.

11. Launched Beauty, Truth & Freedom, a line of customizable beauty products, in 2018.

[Stacy London] Social Medias

Social media Page
Twitter @stacylondon

More Details


  • Gray streaks in hair


  • Father – Herbert London (President of Hudson Institute)
  • Mother – Joy London (Venture Capitalist)
  • Siblings – Jaclyn London (Sister), Nancy London (Sister)
  • Others – Victoria London (Stepmother) (Romance Novelist)

 Educated at

  • Vassar College


  • Wardrobe stylist
  • Journalist
  • Television presenter
  • Author
  • Personal stylist