Published on April 16th, 2019 | by Chad T.0
Jordan Stolch, Fashion Stylist
Jordan Stolch is a Fashion Stylist and Wardrobe Consultant based in Los Angeles, California. With a strong aptitude for creative direction and visual aesthetics, she works with major companies to create marketing campaigns that resonate with their clients and build strong brand identity. Her use of style as a means of telling stories and evoking favorable emotions is what has made her a highly sought after creative force in the world of fashion.
Where were you born?
I was born in a small city one hour outside of Toronto, Canada. Somewhere much colder than the sunny days I now experience in Los Angeles.
What’s your favorite T.V. show?
Sex and the City. Not only is it an iconic show, but the costume design by Patricia Field has always been a major inspiration in my career. Her disregard for the norms of her industry at the height of her career and her ability to trust in her vision and break boundaries made her so inspirational as an entrepreneur and as a leader in the fashion world. What she was able to create as a costume designer still resonates with audiences today and creates conversations about fashion and personal identity that we weren’t previously having.
What’s the best advice you ever received?
Always bite off more than you can chew. You can learn to chew later.
What’s your favorite thing about working in your industry?
Working in fashion, most people assume it’s all about shopping and great style but they don’t realize that there is a very human, personal element involved. The best thing about my industry is that I get to work with people on an intimate level, to help create stories through a visual image.
Whether I’m working with a large company on an advertising campaign or with a corporate executive who is hoping to rebrand their look to advance their career, I’m fortunate enough to be in control of creating a message on their behalves.
What motivates you every day?
The ability to create and build something new without the confines of repetition or monotony continuously motivates me. I feel so fortunate to work in a profession where every day brings new opportunities to use my passion for style and clothing to be a part of projects that touch the lives of the people who view them. Every brand and very project allows me the chance to push myself in new directions and grow to higher levels. This idea of learning and development continually drives me.