COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — As Lori Goldstein was beginning her career in the late 1970s, stylists weren’t a staple of the fashion industry, home shopping networks didn’t exist and a naked and pregnant Demi Moore had yet to bare her belly on the cover of Vanity Fair.
But for Goldstein decades later: Check, check and check.
The Ohio native spent years as a stylist determining the right look for subjects of award-winning ad campaigns, chart-topping music videos and iconic magazine covers, including Moore’s. Then she sought a change.
She’s now focused on offering style to the masses with an original line on home shopping network QVC and last week started a new weekly show.
Goldstein hopes to be an authentic fashion guide for all women — regardless of their proximity to a fashion capital.