Lauren Santo Domingo

(born February 28, 1976) socialite, contributing editor atand the co-founder of online fashion retailer Moda Operandi.

Santo Domingo, the daughter ofRonald V. Davis, the former CEO of The Perrier Group of America, and Judy Davis, an artist,[1]grew up inGreenwich, Connecticut.[3]She attended theKent Schooland graduated from theUniversity of Southern Californiain 1998.[4]

Considered one of the 100 most influential New Yorkers of the past 25 years by theNew York Observer,[5]Santo Domingo has played muse to designers such asProenza SchoulerNina Ricci, andEddie Borgo.[6]Lauren has been photographed byAnnie Leibovitz,[7]Tom Munro,[6]andMario Testinofor various features and has appeared inVogueVogue ParisVogue SpainWVanity FairWSJ Magazine, and on the cover ofTown & Country. Inducted intoVanity Fairs International Best Dressed List[8]in 2012, she is frequently cited as one of the worlds most recognized style authorities,[9]her name and style mentioned in the popular television showGossip Girl[10]l andNew York Magazinecalled her the next Mrs. Astor[11]. Currently, Santo Domingo is also a supporter of charities such as Save Venice[12]and theCostume Institute.

Santo Domingo began her career as a Fashion Assistant atVogue,[4]returning to the magazine in 2005 as a contributing editor. In her column APT with LSD, Santo Domingo goes inside the homes of some of the most influential women in the fashion and society circuit.

In 2010, Santo Domingo co-foundedModa Operandi, an online fashion retailer, withAslaug Magnusdottir, a former Gilt Groupe executive. Moda Operandi launched on February 16, 2011, and allows shoppers to see and purchase their favorite looks right off the runway in online trunkshows. Moda Operandi launched Boutique in 2012, which offers a curated selection of in-season designer products, available for immediate delivery. Lauren has appeared on a variety of morning television programs, such as The Wall Street Journal Report with Maria Bartiromo onCNBC[13]andBloomberg TelevisionBloomberg Surveillance[14]to discuss the website.

She was formerly Lauren Davis. She is married to Andres Santo Domingo, the youngest son of Colombian business magnateJulio Mario Santo Domingoand the co-owner of independent labelMexican Summer.

Lauren married Andres Santo Domingo inCartagena, Colombia, on January 8, 2008.Voguecalled it the wedding of the year on the cover of that years March issue, and featured the nuptials in a ten-page spread. Her nine bridesmaids each wore a dress created by a different designer and Santo Domingo wore two dresses custom-made by Olivier Theykens for Nina Ricci.[15]

Santo Domingo lives aroundGramercy ParkNew York City, with her husband and two children.[16]They also have a townhouse in Paris, in the Saint Germain district.

Rovzar, Chris.Looking for the Next Mrs. Astor: The most important three names in society right now: Lauren Santo Domingo (ne Davis). New York Magazine

Collard, uren Santo Domingo… Interview. Charlotte Collard. Archived fromthe originalon October 21, 2012

Editors, The (March 3, 2013).The 100 Most Influential New Yorkers of the Past 25 Years. The New York Observer

Amsden, David (September 2012).Gen W: Proenza Schouler.

Leibovitz, Annie.Photo: Annie Leibovitz Shoots New Yorks Silicon Alley

Lauren Santo Domingo, Moda Operandi Co-Founder. April 8, 2013.

Gossip Girl Recap: Theres Only One Blogger in This Town Who Matters.

Save Venice: A Masquerade Ball at the Pierre Hotel.

Garcia, Patricia (April 11, 2011).Irreverent Brides: Unconventional Wedding Dressing. Vogue

Moda Operandi About Us. Moda Operandi

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