Christine Bibbo Herr is among the most sought-after stylists/spokespersons/fitness fanatics in New York City! Her keen eye for detail gives her an undisputed edge in anticipating trends and pulling together just the right style elements. She can always create looks that define the mood of the moment.

Always at the forefront of fashion, beauty, and fitness, Christine attended the world-renowned Fashion Institute Of Technology. She has spent more than a decade as a New York fashion editor/director for various national glossies including; Health, Real Simple, Family Circle, Rachael Ray, Shape en Espanol and The Knot, all leading to the position as Fashion Director for the legendary Good Housekeeping.

Christine was the contributing editor and spokesperson for Life & Style Magazine, a style and beauty contributor for, one of the co-hosts on Off The Gram Podcast and is currently a fashion contributor at Bella Magazine.

Whether on TV segments, fashion spreads, advertising campaigns, runway shows, or fitness projects, Christine has styled a vast range of people, celebrities, and brands. Her passion for her work and a healthy lifestyle have taken her from inside the fashion industry to the yoga mat, covering the hottest fashion trends and wellness crazes.

Christine is an independent stylist and widely-followed lifestyle blogger and spokesperson at This is where she provides readers with current fashion, beauty, and fitness inspiration for girls and women everywhere. We hope you like the ideas and images of our latest fashion favorites and the most inspiring butt busting workouts!

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