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Jonathan "Jon" Copeland, is a freelance fashion stylist and publishing entreprenuer. Having gained experience in fashion blogging and social media marketing for his brand “In My Fashion…”, visual merchandising and sales for affordable luxury fashion brands, as well as fashion show and photoshoot production, he ultimately strives to help others recognize fashion as a tool for empowerment and expand perceptions regarding the meaning of beauty and how to sartorially express oneself.


Currently, Jon is a Fashion Editor for CEO Magazine, Boutique Manager for the non-profit, Dress for Success Central Virginia, and has contributed to various publications, including Richmond Magazine and Style Weekly. He also is a fashion educator and program leader for the non-profit, ART180, and works closely with the VCU Fashion Department on special service learning projects which further contribute to his mission to use power of fashion to benifit the community at large. 


Follow Jon's journey on Instagram and Snapchat at @inmyfashionblog.

Contact Jon

Tel: 757-202-7513


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Jonathan's is a flexible individual who is open to a range of projects that allow him to utilize his discerning eye, and strategic planning abilities to not only assist individuals with their sartorial decisions, but businesses in creating with a clear and concise message of their brand through special events, stylized images, and social media marketing techniques. On top of many independent business owners, the following are a few of his clients to date: 

  • Dress for Success Central Virginia

  • ART 180

  • CEO Magazine

  • Richmond Magazine

  • Style Weekly

  • Blue Bones Vintage

  • Mod & Soul

  • Lucid Punk Apparel 

  • Glam-R-Us Events


Jonathan's main objective is to serve as a support to individuals and businesses looking to marry their image with their core beliefs. In that regard, he is an expert at understanding how to use visual elements to enhance the impact an individuals style, or  a brand's image. On top of consulting, he aims to provide a platform to promote brands through his blog and as a writer for various publications and blogs with an overall goal of supporting the business of fashion. He provides the following services and will work with your budget to ascertain how achieve one's desired results: 

  • Creative Direction

  • Editorial Contributions/ Blogging

  • Personal Styling

  • Closet Organization

  • Photography/Photojournalism


Jonathan believes in using fashion as tool to empower individuals, businesses, and communities. He is passionate about creating avenues for his clients that allow them to thrive not only financially, but internally. Drawing on the old saying, "When you look good, you feel good," he feels that it is his duty to help others to feel good and gain confidence, by understanding themselves, or their brand, and finding unique and creative ways to outwardly express what is within to the rest of the world. With his understanding of the impact of images and visuals, he wants to help others understand the ways in which one can improve their personal and business initiatives by starting with the visual. 

Jonathan serves as the Fashion Editor for CEO Magazine, a Richmond based bi-monthly print and digital publication launched to empower, support, and recognize phenomenal women. CEO Magazine spotlights women who are ‘doing it all’ in their communities as well as in their careers.

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