Gosia Eberle is known as an enterprising visionary in fashion and design scene. Her inquisitive nature led her to travel and live in many different parts of the world always realizing how fashion has caught her deepest interest, passion and curiosity. Before moving to Florida, she lived and studied in Poland, Italy and Canada. After a 10 year long carrier in travel industry she decided to fully commit to fashion and attended Wizazlux fashion school in Wroclaw, Poland, where she studied fashion styling, make up and arts.

Since then she has been a part of styling team for Audi Art and Fashion Night in Wroclaw, Poland; styled models for fashion shows, styled the finalist for ABC's Extreme Makeover Weight Loss Edition as well as numerous fashion segments on FOX 13 Good Day Tampa Bay. 
Gosia was also a part of styling team on advertising campaigns for clients such as Publix, Kraft, South Coast Plaza, Mercedes Benz, Hilton, Perry Ellis.
In her fashion editorial work Gosia has worked and learned from such industry legends as Carine Roitfeld (Harper's Bazaar, CR Fashion Book), Phyllis Posnick and Camilla Nickerson (Vogue USA), Christiane Arp, Claudia Englmann (Vogue Germany and Vogue Spain) while working on campaigns photographed by Bruce Weber, Alexi Lubomirski, Giampaolo Sgura and Sebastian Faena  

Gosia is known to be extremely client focused with main objective to assist clients in gaining confidence and visibility through unique presence and self expression. Her European background, training and frequent international travels is what sets her apart in creating sophisticated styles with an urban, modern edge. 

Services offered:
individuall image consultation/wardrobe enhancement/personal shopping
fashion/wardrobe styling (TV, film, print/online)
special appearance/event styling
company/brand image consulting/dress code
uniform selection for hospitality industry and others

Available to travel to assignments as requested.

gosia eberle 
fashion stylist
Tampa Bay 
Ft. Myers
Mission statement:
"Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It's our light not darkness that frightens us. We ask ourselves, who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, and fabulous?  Actually, who are you not to be...your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that others won't feel insecure around you... As we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give others permission to do the same."    Marianne Williamson, Return to Love
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