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Meet the Tall Gents: tHoS Contributor Chris Veal

Our newest addition to the men’s team is the engaging and whipsmart Chris Veal, straight from the snowy (and as I hear in live weather reports from my family, still shockingly chilly) Burlington, Vermont. Chris became part of tHoS family through our own Adam DeMasi, with whom he shares a house and a vertical vantage. Fresh out of…


Meet the Ladies: tHoS Contributor Elizabeth Harvey

Joining us in 2015, a warm welcome to Elizabeth Harvey. Elizabeth applied to be a contributor late in 2014, reporting that since becoming a mother, she had discovered a new comfort and appreciation in her long, lean frame. Now as a mom of three likely-to-be-very-tall children, she is joining The Height of Style to be a positive role model for her kids,…


Meet the Ladies: tHoS Contributor Bree Wijnaar

2014 was a remarkably successful year for The Height of Style—I expanded the team from my lonely 1 to nearly 20 tall  contributors across the United States; we got featured in some national publications; got to work with some exceptional brands (even for full-team campaigns); and grew our readership tenfold. The truth is that none of this would…


Meet the Ladies: tHoS Contributor Frances Killea

I first met Frances in college—she was a close friend of a close friend (who, incidentally, is another tall lovely at 5’10”). Soft-spoken, thoughtful, and kind beyond belief, I was immediately intrigued by Frances. As I got to know her a bit better, I realized her gentle mien was a humble cover for her exceptional eloquence, artistry,…


Meet the Gents: tHoS Contributor Adam DeMasi

I’ve been friends with Adam for going on a decade. We grew up several towns apart in Vermont, and have bonded over a shared love of local history and lore, Guided by Voices, and the frustrations and triumphs of being exceptionally tall. By the time we launched The Height of Style men’s stream in June,…


Meet the Ladies: tHoS Contributor Meghan Gabriel

I first met Meghan about 5 years ago, through a mutual best friend (hers in childhood, mine in college). There was immediate and easy rapport—I felt as though I had known her for decades, not minutes. Though fast-paced lives in two different cities make seeing each other a bit more difficult these days, I forget the…