N.Y.C. born and raised, Sarah Brown grew up amongst the art world in the 1980s, hanging out in Soho long before Miu Miu and Anna Sui set up shop and transformed the area formerly loved by burgeoning underground artists and creative street vendors. She began her career in the world of glossy magazines by lending her novice skills as an after-school intern at Art Forum during her senior year of high school. She moved onto ELLE, where she spent a summer as an intern, while simultaneously studying Art History at Vassar College. Randomly, she was placed in their beauty department, and as she puts it, 'it just stuck'. Going a decade strong at America’s most influential fashion magazine, Brown has acted as the beauty director at Vogue, informing legions of devoted followers on beauty musts. She favors easy black dresses (take note of her sleeveless YSL piece) and is often seen carrying around her customized green Goyard tote…only when she isn’t rocking her luxe two-toned Balenciaga bags. Her vintage jewelry collection compliments her brightly colored outfits, and quite frankly, we still can’t stop drooling over her assortment of rare CHANEL bags. Oh, and did you take notice of her impeccably folded stacks of tees and tanks? She can thank her time working at The Gap during college for her flawless folding skills. We’re impressed!