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Tasha Green started her career with the launch of Men’s Vogue, where she was an Associate Editor until its close in 2008. She then created a women’s ready-to-wear collection under the label HESTER, during which time she also worked with premier stylists Lori Goldstein and Bill Mullen. In 2010 she joined Departures magazine, where she served as Fashion News Director—covering the men's and women's fashion markets, writing and editing fashion features, as well as styling editorials. In 2013 she became the Men's Style Editor at the Wall Street Journal, where she contributed to both the Off Duty weekend section, as well as WSJ. Magazine, as a market editor, writer, and stylist. Most recently at Billboard, she became the venerated music magazine's first ever fashion editor. Responsible for bringing original lifestyle content and trend coverage to this weekly publication, she edited the front-of-book "Style" section, conceived and styled the section's shop-able opening page as original still-life or on-model photography, as well as fashion features shot on today's most compelling musical talent. 

She graduated from Sarah Lawrence College. Currently, she lives in Portland, OR with her husband Bill and daughter Ruby, where she works as a freelance writer and stylist. 

Honors

ASME Best Cover Contest Finalist, 2012 (For Departures September 2011 issue: Where the Wild and Wonderful Things Are)

Semi-Finalist Ecco Damani Fashion Foundation Finalist, 2010 (For HESTER)

 

Photographers: Jennifer Livingston, Olivia Malone, Meredith Jenks, Rafael Astorga, Eric Ryan Anderson, Travis Rathbone, Roland Bello, Martyn Thompson

                                                                                                                                                  Clients: Nike, Adidas, Reebok, Uber, Polartec, Conde Nast, Prometheus Media