About School of Style
Why School of Style
School of Style is “The Fashion School for Stylists.” Since its inception in 2008, School of Style has established itself as the training-ground for the world’s best up-and-coming stylists.
School Of Style teaches students every aspect of the styling industry— whether it be personal styling, menswear styling, or our signature class: fashion styling! Our innovative online classes teach our students how to become stylists fast – and at a fraction of the cost of traditional fashion schools!
All of the courses offered by School of Style give our students an unparalleled, realistic view of the business from the ground up. We pride ourselves on our no-nonsense teaching style and always keeping it real, which has allowed our students to reach the highest level of success in the industry.
Luke’s career in styling began in 1998, when Aerosmith’s stylist Keki Mingus hired him as an assistant stylist. He soon branched out on his own and has since worked with a diverse range of artists like Kanye West, Marilyn Manson, Foo Fighters, Lisa Marie Presley, Lupe Fiasco, Deadmau5, and No Doubt. Other celebrity clients have included Kim Kardashian, Sebastian Stan, Kendall Jenner, and Krysten Ritter.
An industry veteran, Luke has styled music videos, commercials, tours, album packaging, celebrity red carpet and television appearances, films, print advertising, and fashion editorials.
Luke has also worked as an instructor of fashion styling at Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM) in Los Angeles. Additionally, he has been a speaker at The School of Fashion at Parsons, Fashionista.com’s How To Make It Conference, Woodbury University, and The Art Center College of Design in Pasadena.
Personal Stylist and YouTube personality Lauren Messiah joined forces with Luke Storey in 2009 to develop a more extensive School of Style curriculum, and thus, the Personal Styling Certification was born.
After receiving a BFA in Fashion Design from Virginia Commonwealth University’s School of the Arts. Lauren’s career in styling began with School of Style when she completed the program in 2009. Then, mentored by Stacy London from TLC’s What Not To Wear, Lauren Messiah launched her career styling celebrities before shifting into the role of Style Expert for TV appearances and her popular YouTube channel.
Lauren has been featured in numerous publications including Marie Claire, WWD, Vogue Italia, Grazia, Lucky Magazine, OK! Magazine, The Huffington Post