Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   






Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





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Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.                                                                                    

   





Monica Cotto is a seasoned contributing fashion editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in conceptual story planning, market coverage, on-set styling and art direction for editorial and corporate clients.


The native New Yorker began her career at age 19, as an assistant at Mirabella magazine. From there, she continued her fashion education assisting prominent stylists and traveling around the world shooting with supermodels, celebrities and acclaimed fashion photographers. Monica's career continued to flourish, first as a 24 year old fashion editor at Glamour magazine and then as a freelance stylist and contributing market editor, on special projects for some of the industry's most respected publications including Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, InStyle, New York, Self, Greek Vogue, Flair and Spanish Bazaar.  At 30, Monica was hired ​as the fashion editor of Condé Nast’s Elegant Bride magazine. While heading the fashion department for the next five years, she conceptualized and styled all cover, fashion and fine jewelry shoots; collaborating with top photographers such as Matthew Rolston, Marc Baptiste, Henry Leutwyler, Rodney Smith, Warwick Saint, Stefania Paparelli, Geoff Kern, Cleo Sullivan and Candace Meyer. During her tenure at Elegant Bride, she also assumed the role of fashion editor for Your Prom magazine, where she styled the celebrity covers and created playful, quirky stories for the stylistically demanding teen audience.  


Monica now capitalizes on her editor’s eye, creativity and strong market relationships as an established stylist and contributing editor for publications including Coastal Living, Parade, Avenue, Self, Boston Common, New York, New York Family, Weddings by the Ritz Carlton, Martha Stewart Weddings and Four Seasons Weddings.  Her enthusiasm, attention to detail and professionalism are qualities she brings to corporate styling projects for clients that have included: Target, Eddie Bauer, Victoria's Secret, Weatherproof, Stanley Furniture, Lorenzo Uomo, Maggie Sottero and Alfred Angelo.