Stacy London is one of America's foremost fashion experts. She is best known as the co-host of TLC's hugely popular show, What Not To Wear for 10 years, as well as the natural gray streak in her hair which appeared at age 11.
Her first book, which concentrates on style by body type, entitled Dress Your Best, was published to stellar reviews. Her second book, The Truth About Style, a New York Times bestseller, is both a memoir and a style guide. In The Truth About Style, Stacy shares her story and focuses on the healing power of personal style and using that expertise to overcome past problems.
A native Manhattanite, Stacy graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Vassar College with an independent degree in Philosophy and German Literature.
From 2005 - 2010, Stacy joined The Today Show on NBC as a style correspondent and has regularly appeared on Access Hollywood. Prior to her career in television, she started at Vogue as a fashion assistant and later returned to Conde Nast as the senior fashion editor at Mademoiselle. Stacy has styled fashion photos for publications such as Italian D, Nylon and Contents and has dressed many celebrities including Kate Winslet, Katie Holmes and Liv Tyler. Rebecca Taylor, Vivienne Tam and Ghost have all used her as a consultant on their fashion shows. Stacy was recently made a Style Contributor to the View.
Stacy has appeared on numerous national talk and news shows including Oprah, CNN, CBS's The Early Show and MSNBC. In addition, she has been an expert contributor in countless magazines including USA Weekend, US Weekly, People, Glamour, Redbook, The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times. Stacy has spoken at events hosted by Starwood Hotels, PricewaterhouseCoopers, The Oprah Magazine and Harvard University.
Stacy sits on the National Boards of nonprofits: Step Up, I AM THAT GIRL, The Jed Foundation, The Advisory board of Stylinity and The Li.st.