We covet Hannah Baxter’s eclectic sense of style. As an esteemed fashion editor at the industry-leading platform, Coveteur, Hannah is constantly surrounded by creative innovators with a sense of style that is all their own — and living in NYC also doesn’t hurt when it comes to seeking out some of the boldest style inspiration around! However, as most city professionals know, it’s essential to have a foundation of neutral wardrobe basics that can take them from the workplace to a night on the town. Hannah is no stranger to this idea, and despite her penchant for the unexpected (read: #slimewatch2k18!), Hannah rose to the occasion when styling a few looks featuring a few of our favorite STLK brands — proving once again that less (color) can truly be more (especially when adding in a few autumnal textures and accents to complete the look). Meet Hannah below, who shares her neutral work-style and shares more about her career journey.
“Hey I’m Hannah (@hannahbaxward), and I’m an editor at a luxury lifestyle website, Coveteur. I cover both fashion and beauty, which means I’m able to discover a ton of new brands on both sides and learn about each industry’s major players. In this day and age, a lot of that happens via social media. Digital media has had to embrace Instagram as a necessary component of its continued success, which means us editors must constantly be active and engaged in every aspect of the digital space. It’s my job to find and foster the most promising new talent and be a part of shaping the cultural zeitgeist. It’s endlessly fun and challenging.”
“I don’t believe that New Yorkers always wear all-black — I feel like that’s an outdated stereotype. Sure, there are days when I find myself or my friends wearing all-black, but that’s mostly because a monochromatic outfit is easy and always looks cool. But I think New Yorkers naturally have an incredible sense of style because we’re exposed to the best fashion, art, and culture in the world, and that means we want to wear lots of different pieces with unique patterns and colors. It really just depends on how you’re feeling that day. But now with social media, everyone can see what their friends and favorite accounts are wearing and develop their own personal style. It’s never been easier to find the clothes, shoes, and accessories that make you feel like the best version of yourself.”