Jené Luciani

Jené Luciani is a fashion journalist, stylist and regular correspondent and contributor to a number of national media outlets, including NBC’s TODAY, the Style Network, the Nate Berkus Show and Martha Stewart Living Radio. Hailed as a “Brilliant Bra Guru” by BRAVO-TV and a “stylist extraordinaire,” Luciani is the bestselling author of The Bra Book: The Fashion Formula to Finding the Perfect Bra (BenBella Books, 2009) which counts Sherri Shepherd, Jill Zarin, Kathie Lee Gifford and Kat Deluna among its many celebrity fans. The former fashion editor is a regular contributor to SHAPE.COM, fashion critic for Life & Style Weekly, and has been quoted or featured in nearly every major magazine. When she’s not giving advice on TV or putting her tips in print, she’s playing dress up with her 2 year old daughter. You can find her on Facebook by searching “Jene Luciani” and “The Bra Book” or on Twitter @JeneLuciani

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