After having graduated from the Marlborough School (Los Angeles) and Briarcliff College (New York) where she received her degree in Theatre Arts, Laurie Brockway Bodor was a senior fashion editor at Vogue Magazine for over seven years before moving to Paris to work as a stylist with Chanel. Throughout her career, she has worked with top fashion designers, editors and photographers around the world and produced and hosted the fashion webcast “A La Mode with Laurie Bodor.” Laurie is also a renowned marketing, public relations and advertising consultant for the fashion and luxury lifestyle market with clients such as Yves St. Laurent, Valentino, Bulgari and Harry Winston, among many others. Ms. Bodor has been honored with two Clio Awards for her Chanel and Revillon advertising campaigns and named one of Town & Country Magazine’s “Top Trendsetting Coeds” and Shiseido’s “International Working Beauties.” Laurie helped create the National Design Awards which was originally launched at the White House in 1999.
Laurie travels extensively and has lived in Beverly Hills, New York, Palm Beach, Paris and London. Laurie is active in several philanthropic organizations such as The American Cancer Society, The French Heritage Society and The Palm Beach Preservation Society.