is a Minneapolis-based style writer, fashion stylist and style consultant with a passion for storytelling, community and the arts. As the Fashion Director of Rosedale Center, she acts as the in-house style expert and fashion stylist for the mall. She is also the co-founder of Fashion Week MN, a community-oriented platform that promotes the Twin Cities fashion industry. She also serves on the Walker Art Center’s Host Committee for its annual benefit gala, Avant Garden.
Over the past decade, she served as the Style Editor for Minnesota Monthly magazine and has been a regular contributor to the Minneapolis Star Tribune, Midwest Home magazine, and Southwest Journal. She has been recognized as "Best Dressed” by Minneapolis City Pages in 2018, a “Twin Cities Style Maker” in American Craft Magazine in 2012, and a “Twin Cities Treasure” by Boys & Girls Club of the Twin Cities in 2011.
Jahna has long been passionate about supporting the local fashion and arts communities. She spent years volunteering for fashion nonprofit MNfashion and its headlining event, Voltage: Fashion Amplified. She cut her teeth as a freelance style and arts writer for now-defunct A&E weekly, Vita.mn, and as the Editor-in-Chief of arts publication, l’étoile magazine. She has also consulted for and styled fashion events for the Star Tribune, St. Paul Union Depot, Juut Salonspa, and Minnesota Orchestra.
The daughter of an artist-turned-art teacher and a professional chef, Jahna was born in Minneapolis and grew up in small-town Minnesota. In her free time, she enjoys scouring for vintage finds at thrift stores and estate sales, taking in visual art exhibitions and dance performances, and coming up with ways to support her local community.
Press & Mentions
City Pages - Best of 2018
Visit Saint Paul - Retail Insiders
American Craft Magazine - Twin Cities Style Makers