Liv Micheli is the creator of the New York based fashion, beauty, and lifestyle blog, Liv For Luxury. With a background in communication from Fordham University, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude and was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Liv has acquired the essential tools of journalism, marketing, and digital media and coupled that with her love for fashion and beauty to create a lifestyle site that documents the business of personal fashion, beauty & lifestyle. During college and shortly after, Liv worked for major brands like Ralph Lauren and Club Monaco, but her innate instincts toward fashion started at a young age. Growing up, Liv always loved fashion and enjoyed shopping with her mother, but for Liv, it wasn’t so much about consumption. It was the hunt for rare finds and unique pieces that Liv knew she was going to be able to style in several different ways. As time went on, strangers began stopping Liv on the streets to ask where she had bought a particular clothing item, which was the catalyst that inspired her to create her blog, Liv For Luxury.
Liv For Luxury’s’ mission is to share how luxury can be more of a feeling, as well as a value. People, including Liv, buy luxury goods for a variety of reason, all of which are related to the strong emotions we attach to these luxury pieces. What categorizes luxury isn’t necessarily the retail price of the item or the brand name; it’s whether that item can make you look and feel like the best version of yourself. With Liv For Luxury, Liv wants to share more than just a standard outfit post. Liv’s principle venture is to educate her following on several different topics from styling tips to the best beauty products to highlighting the back story of the unique brands and pieces she profiles in each post. Liv encourages her readers to think about investment pieces that will be in their wardrobes for years to come rather than splurging on items that are solely based on the trends for that season. Liv’s goal is to make fashion more aspirational and attainable and share her rare finds with her readers.