Stacey has wanted to work in fashion ever since she was a wee lass, when Saturday mornings were spent devouring episodes of "Style With Elsa Klensch" with a sketchbook in one hand and color pencils in the other (she credits Madame Klensch with teaching her the correct pronunciations of "Gianfranco Ferre'" and "Thierry Mugler").

After graduating from university with a degree in fashion design, she ultimately spent most of her time backstage in London and New York City, shuffling between Fashion Week, costuming, and styling gigs.

She pens her take on fashion through her blog, The Dedicated Follower of Fashion, which explores the inextricable link between fashion, design, music and pop culture.

In 2012, her first book was published, Michael Jackson: Style, an in-depth exploration of the King of Pop's influence on fashion.

Her extensive list of style influences include: Debbie Harry, Michael Jackson Off the Wall, Gucci FW96, Jamel Shabazz's Back in the Days, Goldie Hawn in Cactus Flower, mod-period Barbie, and classic episodes of "Soul Train".