Lynn Spence really knows style . She acts as a regular style expert on City TVs CityLine, Around the House and Fashion Friday. Through her passion for style and design, she creates inspirational ideas and solutions to appeal to the viewer’s lifestyle .Lynn is known for her ability to balance today’s trends with classic style . She translates trends that are growing globally into something that the average person can understand and put into practice.
She is known for her past work as a decorating editor for Chatelaine Magazine producing two years of decorating editorials and covers. She returned to a freelance career as a fashion stylist for major clients like Cleo, Spanner, Olsen, Jones New York, Gerry Weber and as a contributing editor for Canadian Home and Country Magazine and a decor producer for Chatelaine Magazine. Lynn’s home has been featured in Canadian House and Home Magazine and, In Syle magazine and Chatelaine Magazine.
Her expertise in the industry has made her a regular guest speaker for the Toronto Metro Home Show, The International Home Show, The Canadian Home & Country Show and led to many other public appearances across Canada. Her lively and informative speaking style have made her a sought after personality, appearing in videos and in person in department stores, boutiques and major shopping centres across the country such as The Bay, Sears, Homesense, Hazelton Lanes, Bayview Village, First Canadian Place, Square One, Holt Renfrew, Erin Mills Town Centre, Hudson’s Bay, Walmart , Steeped Tea and many more.
Lynn acts as a consultant and decorating advisor for a number of private and corporate clients creating for them sophisticated and inviting environments. No space is too small or too large for her innovative and often affordable ideas and solutions.
Lynn is best known for her uncanny ability to fuse the market trends of today with classical style making her a desirable choice for her eclectic range of clients.
She was featured in advertisements as a style-maker celebrating 40 years of fashion at Yorkdale Shopping Centre in Canadian House & Home, The Toronto Star and The Globe and Mail. She was named Woman Of Destinction in Cambridge and supports a number of initiatives in the town she proudly calls home.