Hannah Bronfman’s style can be described as vintage with a downtown sense of cool. The fashionista exudes every bit of this in a sheer striped Nonoo skirt, Bailey44 blouse, a vintage Carhartt camo jacket and powder blue pumps.
Hannah Bronfman isn’t just into rocking out at the 2013 Whitney Art Party in a chic emerald leather get-up by Sport Max, this entrepreneur takes green living seriously. The fashionista co-runs The Green Owl, an eco-friendly multimedia company with her brother Edgar Bronfman.
Bronfman’s dad, Edgar Bronfman Jr. was former Chairman and CEO of Warner Music Group, so it’s no surprise that his daughter can also rock out on the turntables. She did just that clad in a periwinkle H&M Conscious Collection dress and Charlotte Olympia sandals.
Even her most casual ensembles are still fab. At the VOGUE eyewear launch the stylista sports a SUNO embellished set and T-shirt while spinning the tunes for the event.
An invite to Dita von Teese’s intimate dinner party requires chic attire. Hannah Bronfman serves it in a printed SUNO bell-sleeved blouse and black Reformation trousers.
Bronfman learned a thing or two about a fearless and fierce sense of style from her mom, Sherry Bronfman (who played Marcy in the iconic 70s film Shaft).
Our favorite look to date was when Bronfman dared to wear this mesh see-through Vivienne Tam skirt and cropped top to the Vera launch. How appropriately hot is she?
A night at the Prabal Gurung for Target launch calls for a prim and pretty floral LBD by Tanya Taylor and Reese Hudson clutch, befitting for the designers romantic floral themed collection.
Just in case you missed the memo: it’s all about fancy fit-and-flares this season. But Hannah Bronfman was way ahead the trend when she sported this satin stunner by John Patrick Organic with a Reese Hudson clutch lahst year at the CFDA VOGUE Fashion Fund Awards.
It’s never a dull fashion moment with Hannah Bronfman. At the New Yorkers for Children Gala she sports a Rachel Roy feathered mini dress and bedazzled sandals fabulously.
This golden silk blazer off-set by black isn’t your typical red carpet moment, but we love it just the same!