Ann Caruso, Photo by Arthur Elgort
This week on Wynne's World, we meet my beautiful friend Ann Caruso. Ann is a top celebrity stylist and one of my favorite shopping companions. She is always good company, has a great eye and finds the chicest items. Her look is consistently polished, elegant and classic. Here she shares with us her favorite picks for the holiday season. (More information on Ann can be found on
HOLIDAY STYLE: For day, I'm always wearing my Heidi Wynne cashmere wraps. (Ann has the Isabelle Wrap in Navy, Black and Dark Camel and the Bella Wrap in Black) Loving my Common Projects silver sneakers that add a little flash with jeans, a button down shirt, and a cashmere sweater. Dior Tribales or Mise en Dior earrings to dress up any outfit. For evening I plan on wearing outfits like a Dolce & Gabbana lace pants with a matching black cardigan with diamanté buttons.


Dior Tribales or Mise en Dior Earrings, Heidi Wynne Isabelle Wrap, Common Projects Sneakers 


HOLIDAY BEAUTY: A Tracie Martyn Red Carpet Facial is a must. Loving just an eyeliner, Nars Larger than Life, and a lipstick, Tom Ford Pink Dusk.


Nars Larger Than Life Eyeliner, Tracie Martyn Salon, Tom Ford Pink Dusk Lipstick 


HOLIDAY PLANS: Visiting all of the Holiday Windows at Harry Winston, Bergdorf Goodman, Barneys, Tiffany & Co., Bloomingdales, and Saks Fifth Avenue. Also, visiting St. Patrick’s Cathedral, which is one of the most beautiful places in New York City. It’s all about family and friends over the holidays and getting rejuvenated for the next year. I will spend time with my family and spend a few days at a spa retreat.

Harry Winston, The Manger at Saint Patrick's Cathedral, Bergdorf Goodman


HOLIDAY GIFTS: Books include Richard Mishaan’s Modern Luxury and Assouline’s Valentino: At the Emperor’s Table. Linnea’s Lights Soy Candles make a nice holiday gift as well as Heidi Wynne's Cashmere Wraps.

Modern Luxury, Linnea's Lights Soy Candle, Valentino At the Emperor's Table


HOLIDAY CHARITY: You Can Thrive. You Can Thrive has effectively addressed the need for free and low-cost preventative support services and long- term survivorship tools for breast cancer survivors. More information can be found here:

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