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Best Dressed #7 of 39 (NOT in order): Mary Alice Stephenson

by AVENUE insider Photographed by Mary Alice Stephenson== ST. REGIS HOTELS & RESORTS Celebrates its 21st Hotel and Unveiling of the St. Regis Collection by ALEXIS BITTAR== St. Regis Hotel, NYC== November 10, 2010== ??Patrick McMullan== Photo - CLINT SPAULDING/PatrickMcMullan.com== ==
Thursday, March 10, 2011
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Mary Alice Stephenson

The March issue of AVENUE features our seriously selective list of the 39 Best Dressed Women in New York. Here is just one of the 39…keep coming back to see who else made the cut!


Mary Alice Stephenson: Charitably Chic


As a stylist to the stars, television personality and philanthropist, Mary Alice Stephenson barely has time to strap on her Alejandro Ingelmo shoes, yet manages to look amazing every time she leaves the house. It helps that Stephenson is always smiling. “Nothing looks good on a bitch,” she says. Stephenson uses her love of clothes to help others. “As the National Fashion Ambassador for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, I get to harness my love for fashion and beauty to make fashion dreams come true for kids who have battled life threatening illnesses,” she reports proudly. When asked what women she finds truly chic, Stephenson is very democratic. “I admire all the women on this list and anyone who wears sequins in the sun and their heart on their sleeve.”


“To me, looking good doesn’t mean a thing without soul, smarts and good intention. Beauty without intelligence is a masterpiece painted on a napkin.” -Mary Alice Stephenson


PS: Happy Birthday Mary Alice! XOXO


 


 


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