Rory Satran

Rory Satran

Fashion Director and Columnist, The Wall Street Journal

Rory Satran is the fashion director at The Wall Street Journal and a contributing editor at WSJ. Magazine. She writes the weekly "Off Brand" column, which focuses on trends and how fashion intersects with our daily lives.

She covers fashion week, and frequently interviews the CEOs and creative directors of luxury brands. For the features sections and as A-Heds, she's reported on phenomena including the Nap Dress, ironic wired headphones, tweens in LoveShackFancy dresses, and the lingerie upstarts challenging Victoria's Secret.

Rory started her career in Paris, where she wrote for The Washington Post and edited the biannual fashion magazine Self Service. She also worked at i-D magazine, and edited the book "Opening Ceremony" (Rizzoli, 2012).

Latest Articles

Off Brand

Gerri’s hat. Willa’s minis. Shiv’s dormant warm and fuzzy side, as told by her long-lost Fair Isle sweaters. What the style in HBO’s hit tells us about women angling for power.

April 29, 2023

Off Brand

Classic prep got a TikTok makeover and a “Succession”-worthy new name: “old-money aesthetic.” But what’s behind the return of cable-knits and khakis?

March 25, 2023

Off Brand

The super-bare style favored by stars from Lady Gaga to Rihanna and Ashley Graham continued its dominance at Sunday’s Academy Awards and its anything-goes parties.

March 13, 2023


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