Sarah Gore Reeves has contributed to contemporary fashion and image-making for over 20 years. Her visual understanding of art and fashion has propelled her to the present status that she holds now. With an insatiable curiosity and need for knowledge, she always pushes the frontier of any projects she takes on. Sarah began her career in the fashion industry as a fit model for Calvin Klein and Ralph Lauren but quickly learned her creativity and talent was better suited behind the camera. She set off for Europe, where she spent five years working as an Editor with Italian Vogue, Vogue Portugal, Vogue Spain, Italian Marie Claire, and others. Upon her return to New York, she became a Fashion Editor simultaneously for multiple international publications and brands, leading her to take on the role of Fashion Director. Following this, Sarah stepped into the role of Fashion Director for Vogue, Mexico. Past collaborators in her repetiteur include photographers Kurt Iswarienko, Mei Tao, David Roemer, Silja Magg, Magnus Magnusson, Coliena Rentmeester, Nino Muñoz, Nagi Sakai, Kat Irlin, Mariano Vivanco, Sebastien Kim, Daymion Mardel, James Macari, and Alexi Lubomirski. She has also worked with talent such as Hailey Bieber, Celine Dion, Julianne Moore, Scarlett Johansson, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Cindy Crawford, Daphne Groeneveld, Helen Mirren, Jane Fonda, Ashley Greene, Nicole Kidman, Barbara Palvin, Adria Arjona, Ziggy Marley, Cameron Dallas, Nash Grier, Lucky Blue Smith, Luka Sabbat, Matthew Noszka, Sean O’Pry. In 2020 she was named the first Editor-in-Chief of M la Revista de Milenio, a socially conscious fashion magazine based out of Mexico City. Her position of Editor-in-Chief of M represents her limitless fashion, art, and cultural knowledge with a deep will to give a voice to people, whatever their position.