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Conversations with Tony Logan

Today we’d like to introduce you to Tony Logan.

Tony, we appreciate you taking the time to share your story with us today. Where does your story begin?
I got started in fashion by being a fashion journalist for Vouch Mag, which was a menswear blog that later created an opportunity for me to become a fashion contributor at The Stndrd Magazine for print and online. Through The Stndrd I was able to create me own monthly column titled “Stndrd Style” that allowed me to profile fashion-forward celebrities and personal stylist in the industry. By meeting different people in fashion, this help me on my journey to become a personal stylist!

Would you say it’s been a smooth road, and if not what are some of the biggest challenges you’ve faced along the way?
The road has been smooth with challenges! Before I became a full-time stylist, I ended up leaving a job as a product specialist to start the entrepreneur journey that taught me a handful of lessons along the way. After the first year of becoming broke and almost filing for bankruptcy, I was able to find a few different freelance jobs that helped me be able to pay bills and allowed me time to work on free-lance style and editorial work. During this season, I learned the value of time and money and how I had to learn how to manage both more properly. This was a dark and hard season of my life but I’m so thankful that God kept me and allowed me to learn and humble myself along the way!

Thanks – so what else should our readers know about your work and what you’re currently focused on?
Currently, I am a freelance personal stylist, a freelance contributor for GQ and I’m also a full-time Digital Stylist at Nordstrom. I’m proud of the fact that I am able to wake up every day and do what I do best and that’s to help people communicate their style through clothes! What sets me apart is just my personal taste which is something that makes all of us unique. What we expose ourselves to (music, furniture, movies, and books) all help to create and develop our own taste palette that comes out in our work!

What was your favorite childhood memory?
My favorite childhood memory is traveling with my grandparents in the summer and being able to explore the downtown area wherever we went! I loved seeing different people, buildings, and walks of life that I take with me today!

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