For more than thirty years, Lori Goldstein has held her position as one of the industry's top stylists, defining some of fashion's and pop culture's most memorable moments through her collaboration with top models, celebrities, and world-renowned photographers, including Annie Leibovitz, Steven Meisel, Mario Testino, Paolo Roversi, Bruce Weber, and Craig McDean. You know her work-and once you see it, you do not forget it. For Vanity Fair alone, Lori's styled numerous famous covers and stories: including the nude portrait of a pregnant Demi Moore that has been copied the world over ever since as well as the famous shot of Michael Jackson in black jeans, posing on the toes of his loafers, his white shirt open and flying back. She's created amazing images of hundreds of celebrities, including Madonna, Angelina Jolie, Johnny Depp, Ryan Gosling, John Cleese, Ella Fitzgerald, Ellen DeGeneres, and many others. She's also styled award-winning and highly influential advertising campaigns for clients including the Gap, American Express, Prada, and Vera Wang. An innovative approach to both genres of the fashion book and stylist's monograph, Lori Goldstein brings together Lori's personal selection of the most influential work of her career to date. Anecdotes throughout reveal the stylist's creative approach, insight to the workings of the fashion industry, and personal stories on assignment, both entertaining and poignant. Lovers of fashion as well as fine art, fashion, and celebrity photography will be spellbound by this insightful anthology of some of the most breathtaking imagery in recent fashion history.