Laurel Pantin is an American wardrobe stylist and writer. She started her career at Condé Nast with stints at Teen Vogue, Glamour, and Lucky. She has extensive experience in the fashion, accessories, and beauty markets, and has worked in digital and print. As a stylist, Laurel has worked in New York, Cape Town, and London. Some of her clients include Glamour South Africa, Cosmopolitan South Africa, Asos, Forever21, Charming Charlie, Refinery29, Condé Nast Traveler, and IWC Timepieces. Laurel has also appeared in advertisements and branded content for Chanel, Bose, GAP, Club Monaco, and Bobbi Brown.
In 2014 she was named one of StyleCaster’s 50 most stylish New Yorkers, and Time Magazine listed her Twitter account as one of the best 140 feeds of 2013 in the Fashion and Beauty category. Laurel is currently the Editorial Director at The Coveteur.
In addition to her work as a stylist and writer, Laurel’s quirky, relatable, and stylish persona has helped her gain a social media following of over 25k, and she is highly sought after to collaborate with fashion and lifestyle brands. She has partnered with brands like American Express, Nordstrom, Cole Haan, and Gant to develop content and create collaborative social content and campaigns.