Judy Aldridge (styling/DIY/interiors) is the stylish presence behind the popular blog, Atlantis Home and the curator of online vintage shop Atlantis Dry Goods. When she isn’t shopping, styling, cooking, redecorating, or DIYing something amazing, you’re likely to find Judy curled up with one of her 2 precious puppies (wearing something fabulous, of course!)
Emma Arnold (streetstyle) is the stylish eye behind the Chicago streetstyle blog Tres Awesome. She’s obsessed with all things fun and funky, and anything and everything Rock n’ Roll.
Sarah Drake (lifestyle) is a graphic designer addicted to all things pretty. She keeps us up to date on all the latest trends in paper and design. Find her at Sarah Drake Design.
“Queen Michelle” Haswell (DIY) is one-half of the UK blog, Kingdom of Style. A graphic designer by trade, Michelle is obsessed with harnesses, creepers, printed leggings, 80’s metal music, and ballet. Yep, she’s an enigma, alright.
Becky Hill (photography) is a wedding and travel photographer and the founder and editor-in-chief of online publication Show Pony Magazine. Becky travels the globe (literally) finding inspiration in people and places all over the world and shares her journeys in a photographic diary here on Kit This.
Kelsey Kreiling (features/DIY) is a fashion writer, stylist and designer currently running wild around Chicago. She is the editor-in-chief of LaundryMagazine and contributes to Refinery29 and Racked where she prefers assignments that require taking instagram photos of sparkly things. When she isn’t planning runway shows or styling editorial photo shoots, you can find her working on backbends and headstands at her favorite yoga studio.
Katie Mokowski (DIY) is inspired by the latest fashion trends, vintage hardware, and EVERYTHING in between. Her DIY projects will give an edge to your everyday look on a major, major budget. Taking her lead to re-purpose pieces in your own wardrobe, whether current or vintage, and turning them into creative, on-trend statement makers will leave you saying, “I can totally make that!”
Anne Sage (interiors) is the co-founder and executive of editor of online shelter publication, Rue Magazine and the witty and charming voice behind the delightful blog The City Sage. When she isn’t driving camels through the desert or hamming it up in a Smilebooth somewhere, you can most likely find Anne happily scarfing down a pile of waffles.
Joanna Walsh (illustration) is a British writer and illustrator who pens the charming blog Badaude. When she’s not busy creating murals for Shakespeare and Co., illustrated guides to London or producing intellectual content for the Guardian, you can find her sketching style on the streets in both Paris and London.