Ashley Weston is a top Celebrity Menswear Stylist and Men’s Style Expert who’s been called, by The New York Times, “The Woman Who Dresses Hollywood’s Leading Men” as well as one of “Hollywood’s Most Powerful Stylists” according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Her work can be seen on the red carpets of film and television premieres, the covers and pages of GQ, Esquire, Vanity Fair, Men’s Health, Men’s Journal, Wired, and the advertising campaigns of Google, Youtube, Walmart, Diesel, Reebok, Brooks Brothers, Warby Parker and many others. Her clients regularly top GQ & Esquire‘s “Best-Dressed” lists, making her one of the most sought-after menswear stylists in the world.
Before transitioning to the fashion industry, Ashley was an inner-city high school math teacher. She holds Bachelor of Science and Master’s Degrees in Psychology & Education, respectively, from UCLA and divides her time between Los Angeles, New York and Paris.
I started this site to give men style, grooming and whatever other advice they need from my unique perspective as a woman, who works with men of all ages, shapes and sizes who need to look and act their best under the public microscope.
In my day-to-day work as a Menswear Stylist, I dress my celebrity clients to look their absolute best for highly scrutinized situations like premieres, TV show appearances, photoshoots, magazine covers and advertisements. On top of this, I usually have to teach them etiquette, grooming and many other lifestyle do’s and dont’s they’ve never had to think about before.
Due to the personal nature of my work, my degree in Psychology comes especially handy when I’m being asked for personal, professional & relationship advice during the long stretches of time I spend getting to know my clients and friends.
Having been in this line of work for 10+ years now, I see how the way a man looks directly impacts every part of his life and is more important than some believe. In my experience, the way you dress influences your:
Sense of self-worth
To dress and feel better about yourself should never be reserved for the rich and famous. Every man, from every walk of life, should feel good about the way he looks and feels.