Jackie was born and raised in New York. She studied at Parsons School of Design, F.I.T. and Esmod in Paris where she explored a range of disciplines from architecture and ne arts to fashion and interior design.

She began her styling career as an assistant to stylist/editor Muriel Brandolini ( the now famed Interior Designer ) contributing to countless Italian and French Vogue shoots. Jackie then joined Manhattan File Magazine as Fashion Editor where she produced and styled celebrity covers, fashion editorials and wrote her column “Style File”. Simultaneously Jackie collaborated on dozens of music videos styling the likes of, The Spice
Girls, K.D. Lang, Alannis Morissette and Crystal Waters to name a few. From there she was recruited to style national and international advertisement campaigns, including Aston Martin, L’Oreal and Revlon.

Later, relocating to London she continued freelancing as a fashion stylist creating editorial for publications including W Magazine, Tank Magazine, Amica Magazine, Marie Claire, British Vogue and Spanish Vogue.

With a nod to David Lynch’s iconic lm “Blue Velvet”, Jackie Astier introduces a deep palette of rich tones (orchid, dark rose, violet, brick, caramel, amber, denim, anthracite) combined with masculine details in a collection for Fall 18.
Displaying modern shapes with elevated proportions and an editorial styling sensibility.
Jackie’s conversation with femme meets homme is expressed throughout. Purposeful texture
is found in corduroy and tapestry. Substantial orals amplify the expression of color combinations and mood. Plaids are considered with athletic stripes or adorned with owers. Silks and lace are paired with corduroy and leather to break their fragility.

Suits turn up with oversized jackets that drape with comfort but can be belted for silhouette. Velvets are styled together effortlessly offering “le smoking” effect. The collection is empowered with ease and de nition, a sultry, free-spirited interpretation of mystery.