Back when going to the office was a thing, the Fashionista team would sometimes break for an afternoon “stretch and share,” a chance to briefly get away from our screens, move our bodies and share responses to a fun, easy prompt. We realized there’s no reason not to continue doing this in our own homes, and even get our readers involved. So in this series, each of our editors will share a bit about themselves and even suggest a stretch for you to do as well, if you’re so inclined! Last up, Senior Audience Development Manager, Liza Sokol.
Stretch: Interlocking fingers and arms up overhead
Hometown: The Jew-burbs outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Sun/rising/moon signs: Scorpio/Libra/Capricorn
Enneagram Type: 4
How and when did you start working at Fashionista? About four years ago I was looking to get out of engineering and back to my fashion roots and a friend alerted me that Fashionista was looking for an audience development manager. It was a perfect fit.
List three of your favorite articles you’ve written:
An Ode to ‘America’s Next Top Model,’ the Greatest Show on Television
Movie you could watch infinity times: “Moulin Rouge”
Book you’ll read again and again: “The Truth About Diamonds” by Nicole Richie
Show you’re currently bingeing: “The Other Two,” “Everything’s Gonna Be Okay,” “Better Things,” “The Bold Type”
Most recent “saved” Instagram: I have been painstakingly recreating as many of Zoë Kravitz’s “High Fidelity” outfits as possible, so I flagged this Harley Viera-Newton post
All-time style icon: Mary-Kate Olsen
Name/describe your pet(s): I don’t have any and I don’t want to talk about it
First-ever job: Regurgitating press releases for a group of B2B engineering magazines
Pump-up jam: “Piece of Me” by Britney Spears
Favorite candy: Hershey’s Cookies ‘n’ Creme (I will not apologize for this!!!)
Beauty product you’re most loyal to: The Ordinary’s Hyaluronic Acid 2% B5
Favorite conspiracy theory: That the government killed Brittany Murphy (RIP, angel)
Least favorite word: Republican
What you wanted to be when you grew up: A writer
What’s helping you stay sane right now: CBD and the uh, not-legal-here “version” of CBD
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