Joline Towers started her career in fashion over twenty years ago. During the 90's, straight out of high school, Joline moved back to her place of birth, New York City, to begin her career as a fashion model. Modeling led Joline to travel extensively, experiencing varied cultures from Paris, Milan and Tokyo to Budapest and Marrakesh. She is now happy to make Los Angeles her home base. Joline has modeled for many top photographers, Ellen von Unwerth, Matthew Rolston, and David LaChapelle being a few, appearing in publications including Elle, I.D., and Italian Vogue, as well as many national and international advertising campaigns. This red editorial image was shot by Albert Sanchez and styled by L'Wren Scott for Interview magazine. Learning from the greats, Joline developed an appreciation for the art of fashion, the craft of the trade, and the work-ethic of professionals. The photographers that worked with her, soon started to ask Joline if she would like to style their shoots.
Joline's first job as a stylist was when a photographer who had shot her for an album cover, Alison Dyer, noticing Joline's sense of style asked if she would style Christina Aguilera for Entertainment Weekly. Joline enthusiastically accepted. Loving the expression of creativity that the medium of wardrobe allows, and the opportunity to inspire and empower clients to feel confident expressing their authentic inner-selves, Joline was hooked. Joline has since dressed celebrities from Alison Brie and Blake Lively to Ethan Hawke and George Lopez. Her clients have also included Disney, HBO, Simon & Schuster, US Weekly and LA Times magazine. Joline's specialty is honoring the subject or character's personal style, taking the direction of a photographer or director, incorporating creative and marketing guidelines, and being mindful of a publication's sensibility, all while integrating these elements beautifully.