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Style Council

Keylee Sanders, Stylist, Consultant, and Fashion Commentator

Keylee Sanders

Shot on location at Sanders’ home in SoMa / Photography by Chad Riley

Keylee Sanders stylist, consultant, and fashion commentator

Simon Ungless, Director of Fashion at SF Academy of Art University

Shot on location at SF Academy of Art in SoMa / Photography by Tyler Gourley

Simon Ungless director of fashion, SF Academy of Art University

Joe Haller and Ian Hannula, Cofounders at Nice Collective

Jow Haller and Ian Hannula

Shot on location at Nice Collective studio in Dogpatch / Photography by Tyler Gourley

Joe Haller and Ian Hannula cofounders, Nice Collective

Jennifer Siebel Newsom, Actress, Director, Former First Lady of SF

Jennifer Siebel Newsom

Shot on location in Newsom’s garden in Ross / Photography by Tyler Gourley

Chloe Harris, Managing Editor at StyleBistro

Chloe Harris

Shot on location at Barneys New York in Union Square / Photography by Tyler Gourley

Chloé Harris managing editor, StyleBistro

Ken Fulk, Principal at Ken Fulk Inc.

 Ken Folk

Shot on location at Fulk’s studio in SoMa / Photography by Tyler Gourley

Maggie Rizer, Model and Mom-To-Be

Maggie Rizer

Shot on location in Rizer’s garden in Diablo / Photography by Chad Riley

Bay Area Power Couples: Brian Scheyer & Jill Giordano of gr.dano

It's hard to start a business in the Bay Area. And even harder to make it successful. We're inspired by the couples who have done it together and have decided to highlight them every week in our "Bay Area Power Couples" blog series.

2010 Style Council

Introducing seven style makers who represent the SF aesthetic at its finest— from classic with a twist, to high-design retro, to cutting-edge modern.

The Professional: Nathalie Doucet, president and founder, Arts of Fashion Foundation

For France-born Nathalie Doucet, good fashion may well be a birthright. The former designer and design professor, who moved from Paris to the U.S. more than a decade ago, is president of the Arts of Fashion Foundation, which she founded in 2001. The primary focus of the nonprofit is to support creativity and design in fashion, a goal achieved through educational programs, an annual design competition and Doucet’s campaign to establish a fashion copyright law to protect the work of designers. This month, Doucet launches, a website that will annually assist a handful of up-and-coming designers in need of financial sponsorship.

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