A child of the music and film business, Molly Fishkin has great style running through her veins from before she was born.
A hard worker since her teens, Molly’s gift for fashion lead her to work as a buyer for Diane Merrick, managing inventory and overseeing purchase orders at Studio City’s trendy Dari and finally managing Sunset Plaza’s iconic Tracey Ross where she was the operations manager and the buyer, all before she turned twenty-one. After, Tracey Ross, Molly worked at Robertson mainstay Curve where she handled the visuals (window displays, racks and in store décor) and developed expertise in closet consulting, merchandising and in store styling.
After Curve, Molly turned her focus to the world of wardrobe styling, working for legendary Jeanne Yang on commercials for GAP, Old Navy and Apple as well as red carpet work for Christian Bale, Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes (to name a few).
Soon her focus turned to branding and sales, as Molly worked for Mother Jeans handling celebrity product placement, public relations, and sales.
But soon the styling world called her back, as Molly was offered a job she could not refuse, working for Samantha McMillen (ranked top 10 stylists in Hollywood by The Hollywood Reporter), handling celebrities like Ben Stiller, Dakota Fanning, Michelle Pfeiffer, Mark Walberg, and Ellen Paige.
Along with her work with McMillen, Molly has styled the cover of Black Sabbath’s latest album and has begun working with up and coming actresses like Amy Smart, Constance Zimmer and Rachelle LeFevre.
Lately, Molly has branched into the world of personal styling, handling several A-list clients, creating their wardrobes from season to season.