Transient

Catherine Glaser President and Founder of Sourceofstyle, winner of 
Harper’s Bazaar Magazine’s Best Personal Style award and Blogger, 
Catherine started her career in marketing and sales promotion for Revlon 
and Clarins. She later worked as an independent fashion and prop stylist 
for Sony Products, VHI Video and Parents Magazine. She has styled covers and editorial spreads for major publications, including Spanish and Italian editions of Harpers Bazaar as well as European editions of Cosmopolitan.
Catherine has served as a style consultant for Accessories Magazine, 
working directly with the editor-in-chief forecasting style and market trends.

Catherine Glaser founded Source of Style in 2009 to help women create
and develop their own unique, personal style. Catherine brings expertise
and years of experience as a Personal Style Consultant to her clients, 
helping them custom design and discover their own flair for sensible,
yet stylish living. Her energetic approach and passion for style can be translated to fashion, event planning, floral design or interior decorating, giving her clients a consistent style and image that is absolutely and unmistakably their own.

Additionally, Catherine leads Personal Style workshops, seminars and fundraisers and works with national fashion retailers such as Talbots, Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus for special in-store events. On September 6th, Catherine will be a guest host for Fashion’s Night Out at Neiman Marcus, Paramus.

This past March, Catherine was the cover girl and feature story for (201) Magazine.

After being chosen by Glenda Bailey of Harpers Bazaar Magazine for having Best Personal Style in 2010, Catherine
was inspired to create a weekly blog to share her unique style sensibilities and point of view. 

“Helping women find their unique style has always been my passion. As a personal style consultant, I create a partnership with my clients that promotes self knowledge and confidence. My approach and guidance encourages women to be more aware of how to find and refine their authentic style.”