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Jorden Bickham is a popular American stylist, creative director and fashion editor who is based in New York City. She is also the current contributing fashion editor to American Vogue. She has been aligned with the brand for seven good years. Aside from all that, Jorden has created the website’s voice for style and beauty and also the fashion director of Vogue.com.
She has also worked on editorial and branded content which has styled seminal beauty and digital fashion campaigns for Michael Kors among others. Jorden has also worked for Vogue, where she brought her directional eye, sense of humor and narrative sensibility to the magazine’s pages each month, working with such diverse collaborators as ANTON CORBIJN, PAT MCGRATH and CASS BIRD.
Her latest projects include Ariana Grande’s new music video for the track In my Head, Jorden was the fashion editor who monitored Ariana’s fashion style with her back-up dancers.
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Sources have revealed that Jorden has managed to keep her personal details away from the public. These include her birthday and her actual age as of 2019. Therefore, her age is still under review.
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According to sources, the information about Jorden’s son and the father of the son is still under review. Therefore, it is not clear if she is married and has a son or not. But she is married to her husband named Eric Blankenbaker.
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Bickham has worked on many projects for Vogue both as a creative director as a fashion editor. However, there are no current details about those shows she had worked. Her latest project was when she worked with Ariana Grande and her team to produce the Vogue music cover of Ariana’s track titled In My Head.
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Jorden Bickham Net Worth
Her estimated net worth is still under review. However, she has managed to gather an impressive amount of worth from her work as a Vogue Fashion editor of various shows and events. But sources have revealed that she has managed to keep her net salary and lifestyle under review.
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Why One Vogue Editor Traded In Her Met Dress for a Tuxedo
One word that follows “Met” almost as often as “gala”? Why, “dress,” bien sûr. But what if your Met Gala dress . . . isn’t a dress? That was the tack Vogue.com Executive Fashion Editor Jorden Bickham took for this season’s “Manus x Machina” ball, ditching the expected floor-sweeping gown and spangly finery in favor of a black-tie moment.
The effect? Envy-inducing on damn near every level. Here, Bickham sounds off on her choice to suit up for the night’s festivities.
“I knew when I bought a [Saint Laurent] tuxedo in August that that was what I was going to wear for all future black-tie events. I’ve spent the better part of my adult life in this panic about buying or finding a dress that I have never worn again, or never actually loved, and always having this feeling like, ‘I’m spending x amount of dollars on an event that I’m not even enjoying. What could I put that money toward?’
When my sister got married in August, I bought a tuxedo to wear. I think some people were really apprehensive about me wearing it, especially as a bridesmaid, but my sister was happy. I don’t think I was wearing it around the most fashion-forward crowd . . . it was a lot of people from all around the United States, whereas I think if I was wearing it at a New York–based event, people would have been really excited about that. That said, people were taken aback and like, ‘Wow, that’s really cool.’
“After that, I thought, ‘Okay, I’m set for life. I’m never buying or worrying about a look again.’ I assume that’s how most men are. My dad bought a new tuxedo when my sister got married, but other than that, he’d just sort of update it as styles change. It fits really well, and you’re not worrying about all the bells and whistles.
For my sister’s wedding, I wore [the tux] with a lingerie top and Céline high-heeled sandals, but I knew that for the Met—this was my sixth year—there was no way I was wearing heels. I made the decision that the only way I could wear a flat with a tuxedo and get away with it was by wearing it in a traditional way like a man would wear it, with a tuxedo shirt. I began to wonder how it would be received.
Adopted from Vogue News