Amy Shey Jacobs

Title: Contributing Writer
Education: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Location: New York, New York
Expertise: Fashion, Weddings, Lifestyle
  • Amy Shey Jacobs is a writer and wedding event planner who specializes in all things fashion, weddings, and lifestyle.
  • She is the Founder & Creative Director of Chandelier Events, an event planning, design, and production company that specializes in events for celebrities, weddings and social events, brand activations, corporate events, and non-profit clients.
  • Amy has been a featured expert in the New York Times Sunday Styles, VOGUE, New York Magazine Weddings coveted It List, InStyle, Business Insider, The Knot, Refinery29, People, Gotham, Condé Nast Traveler and has appeared on Good Morning America and Bravo's Real Housewives of New York franchise.

Experience

Amy was a regular contributor to InStyle's wedding section, in addition to writing the Chandelier Event "Spotlight Blog." Through Halo Public Relations, a sister company to Chandelier Events, Amy and her team work closely with a select group of clients on a variety of public relations campaigns and activities in the women's interest, fashion, beauty, lifestyle, fitness, and wellness sectors. She was also the Director of Public Relations for the leading wedding multimedia company The Knot (now known as XO Group, Inc.) she has also contributed to the planning of hundreds of live televised wedding events on OPRAH, ABC's The View, Live! With Kelly, NBC's TODAY, E!, MTV, VH1, CBS, and more. 

Education

Amy earned her degree in International Studies and Music at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

About InStyle

InStyle is an award-winning destination for fashion, beauty, and pop-culture, with an all-are-welcome ethos that swings open the proverbial velvet ropes. Whether you’re looking for a wardrobe refresh, haircut inspiration, or a story that’ll make sparkling cocktail-party conversation, our expert-connected coverage is where to start. Learn more about our team and editorial guidelines, here.

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