Beginning her styling career in film and television after attending FIDM in Los Angeles, California, Amy Mach relocated to NYC to pursue editorial styling. Currently an emerging fashion stylist working with designers, consulting on fashion shows, presentations and campaigns, hrr impressive portfolio includes editorial experience with publications like Elle, Glamour, and Vogue, as well collaborations with celebrities like Bella Thorne, Jessica Alba, and Sharon Stone, to name a few. Other clients she’s worked with include reputed brands like Birkenstock, Rebecca Minkoff, Starbucks, Stuart Weitzman and Urban Outfitters.
For Level Shoes’ Forever Young shoot this season, Amy shares her take on the most coveted trends. Deriving inspiration from old and new art, she showcases a particular liking towards a mix of colour block and print, monochrome, white with a pop of colour, and denim on denim.
This look is built upon Amy’s fondness for a tulle skirt. Easy to dress up or dress down, a tulle skirt is sure to be the main attraction anywhere. Pairing the skirt with a bold pink satin shirt to create a rich colour block, Amy uses the white patent leather Peter Petrov heels to lift the look with pristine elegance.
"Balance is everything, especially in fashion. Both shoes used in this shot are show stoppers, and a bold moment is needed to pull these off. What better way to do so than with an all pink pant suit and a vivid print dress?"
"These Margiela knit sneakers are an everyday staple. Pairing them with a monotone blue look keeps the outfit clean and classy. Adding just a bit of texture, like the metallic satin bomber, gives the ensemble just the right amount of pop to go perfect with these vivid shoes."
Cool girl meets cool guy is the story behind this still. Preferring to style men in softer colours and women in bold colours, Amy uses neutrals to bring out the vibrancy of the Loewe loafers while the sharp blue blazer and satin green dress is a solid match for Alexander Wang’s sock sneakers.
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