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Elizabeth’s career began at Giorgio Armani in 1984, which propelled her to an incredible eight-year run as a senior fashion editor for US Vogue. She went on to join the team at Vanity Fair as fashion editor, and was soon promoted to fashion director. Today, she is based in London and serves as contributing editor.
Elizabeth has produced countless events for charitable organisations and fashion brands, namely UNICEF, Tory Burch, Valentino, Prabal Gurung, Joseph Altuzarra, Michael Kors and Dee & Tommy Hilfiger. Though she is deeply rooted in the industry, Elizabeth’s expertise goes far beyond fashion. She works closely with trend-setting hotelier Andre Balazs, impeccably curating a successful opening for a number of restaurants from The Ivy to The Arts Club. Her presence traverses a diverse spectrum of popular culture, from design to art to cuisine.
Elizabeth became a patron of the Foundation in 2015. In the same year, she helped organise a private fundraising event benefiting over 30,000 pregnant women living with HIV.