Meet the honorees of the upcoming Us Weekly‘s Most Stylish New Yorker’s party to be held on Tuesday, September 12 in NYC.
The former model (and star of the upcoming Making a Model with Yolanda Hadid on Lifetime) is the mother of not one, but two supermodels (Gigi and Bella Hadid), so it’s safe to say that great style runs in the family — especially street style. Hadid's poignant memoir, Believe Me, drops September 12.
Rutherford may a have played a fashion-plate as Lily van der Woodsen on the hit show Gossip Girl, but her fashion chops are nothing to scoff at. On her favorite designers, Rutherford told Glamour UK in 2011, “I love Hermes, Lanvin, Brunello Cucinelli, Reed Krakoff , Alice + Olivia and Nanette Lepore.”
Whether she is strutting her stuff in lingerie on the Victoria’s Secret runway, keeping it casual on the streets of NYC, or rocking the red carpet in stunning gowns at Cannes, the supermodel is guaranteed to turn heads. Sampaio told Elle in 2015 that when it comes to her own style, she looks up to Miranda Kerr.
Rocha has graced just about every magazine cover and is known for her quirky, memorable poses. The model is known for her loud style, telling Who What Wear in 2014 that she loves a high-low fashion mix because “it feels a little bit irreverent to mix high and low fashion, especially on the red carpet. I feel like I'm getting away with something, rebelling a little from the status quo, and that's why I love it!”
The reality TV show personality and fashion photographer used to be a model himself and knows a thing or two about looking good. His fashion mantra? It’s all in the details. “The secret to fashion is the funkiness in your clothing and adding to the details – the kind of thing people will only see if you flip your tie around, or open your jacket,” he told AOL in 2013.
Bernstein is the founder of WeWoreWhat, a popular fashion blog that provides a daily dose of street style and outfit inspiration from every corner of NYC. The blogger is fearless and unafraid to try new trends, but often relies on her trusty aviator frames as her trademark personal style staple.
Stacey Bendet Eisner is the founder of Alice & Olivia, a brand known for its uber-feminine, real-world friendly dresses, tops, pants and of course, accessories. Clothes horses including Sienna Miller and Gwyneth Paltrow have been spotted in her quirky and colorful designs, which she of course wears herself.
The Bachelor alum is a self-professed fashion junkie whose personal style has evolved as she has matured. Fun fact: Dorfman even sewed the dress she wore to the Season 19 premiere of The Bachelorherself. Her one rule? Dorfman told Glamour in 2015 that she doesn’t wear popular trends if she knows they won’t look good on her.
The star of Rich Kids of Beverly Hills and EJNYC is known for his larger-than-life style that regularly features leather, fur, studs, mesh and booties galore. Johnson told the Daily Mail in 2016 that he doesn’t go out of his way to make statements, but instead gravitates toward looks that speak to him.
The fashion icon [has designed dresses for some of the world’s most famous women, including Michelle Obama. While his designs reflect a colorful femininity, Khan told The Knot in 2012 that every woman he dresses should stay true to their own personal style:“You should be the best, most glamorous version of yourself.”
According to GQ, he is the most sought after DJ in the world and he has the style to match. “I love anything that combines comfort and luxury. Those are two of my favorite things. If you can look semiformal and be comfortable at the same time, that’s as good as it gets,” he told Men’s Fitness in 2013 of his personal style.
Batiste isn’t just the artist is residence with the Late Show with Stephen Colbert — he’s also a style star! The musician is so dapper that has been featured as a brand ambassador for a number of campaigns, including Polo Ralph Lauren Black Label, Frye, Jack Spade Barneys, Nordstrom and H&M.
Porter, who is reprising his role as Lola in the hit Broadway show Kinky Boots, is known for his signature chunky frame eye glasses, which he described as “geek chic” to Playbill this summer. The triple threat is often sporting colorful bowties and pocket squares to accent his well-tailored suits.
The TV host and animal rights activist is a style chameleon, rocking everything from graphic prints bright and colorful cocktail dresses with equal flair. Stern jokingly told Yahoo Style in April that “cats are the best accessories,” which can only expected from the passionate animal lover.
Gold stars on Million Dollar Listing New York, but prior to his career in real estate, he modeled for some of the world’s most coveted designers, including Louis Vuitton, Ralph Lauren and Giorgio Armani. Even when he’s not selling high-priced real estate, he dresses like a million bucks, with stellar stylish items such fur-lined Tom Ford coats and the Kooples tracksuits.
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