So, who is Caroline?
Caroline Vazzana is a fashion editor, stylist, influencer, and the author and founder of “Making it in Manhattan.” She began writing “Making it in Manhattan” back in 2015 while working at InStyle magazine, and subsequently launched her brand as one of New York City’s most colorful influencers. Sharing her tips & tricks and shedding light on the industry to the future fashion generation.
Growing up in New York, Vazzana always had her sights set on the fashion industry in Manhattan. In the summer of 2012, she landed her first internship with Anna Sui and then went on to intern at Marie Claire magazine. In the summer of 2014, Vazzana landed her first “real job” in the industry working at Teen Vogue on the print fashion team. She then decided she wanted to learn more about the digital side of the industry and went on to work at InStyle, where she came up with the idea for Making It In Manhattan, the future name of her editorial site and book, “Making it in Manhattan: The Beginners Guide to Surviving and Thriving in the World of Fashion” - an outlet to share her journey, career advice stories, and unique sense of style.
Today, aside from running MakingManhattan.com, Vazzana is also involved in a wide range of social media brand collaborations and campaigns where she’s able to lend her unique eye, voice, style, and message to a multitude of brands. She has styled celebrities for various red-carpet events such as the MTV Video Music Awards, The Tony Awards, and Comicon. Vazzana has also been featured for her unique sense of style on sites such as VOGUE, Elle, Harpers Bazaar and Vanity Fair.
Vazzana is often referred to as a modern-day Carrie Bradshaw.