Lindsay Silberman, Senior Digital Editor at Town & Country, is like any New Yorker: she avoids busy grocery stores at all costs – opting for delivery instead – and enjoys unwinding with a glass of wine and reality television at the end of a busy day, but what gets us the most about her is that smile. Gorgeous and contagious! And, if you are one of her eighty-six thousand Instagram followers, then you know what we’re talking about. Traveling up to 100 times a year to destinations all over the globe, comes as just one of the many “perks” as Silberman shares of writing for one of the most notable lifestyle magazines (not to mention dining with the elite Prince Harry in Singapore).
When you’re a frequent world traveler like Silberman, you better love to fly high and explore far. Her natural curiosity has led her to work with the likes of Kendall and Kylie Jenner, Bruce Weber and Rob Gronkowski. She has written for a number of publications including Vogue, DuJour, The Wall Street Journal and Harper’s Bazaar, just to name a few. Now, as Senior Editor for Town & Country and prominent leader in the fashion industry, it was this same curious nature that lead her to VillageLuxe – because who doesn’t want to see what some of the most stylish women in New York City are lending? “The concept of a site that lets you see into someone else’s closet is, like, really appealing to me,” Silberman dead-pans and then let’s out an adorably sexy laugh.
With a schedule like Silberman’s it is imperative to have an encompassing wardrobe that can sustain any given occasion or country. While she may be looking forward to some of her favorite trends for this season like belted coats and winter florals, she must also keep in mind that warmer weather is just a plane ride away and so is seasonal picks at her fingertips sans “a floral bikini” with VL now part of her fashion repertoire. We all love the chance to bikini-all-day, but we asked Silberman to describe her own personal style, and she summed it up quite simply: “permanently on vacation.” Take glimpse at Silberman’s closet to share her traveler’s life, and borrow a piece or two so you too can feel like you are on a permanent vacation.