Andrea Lieberman was born and raised in New York City — after graduating Parsons School of Design, she traveled extensively in London, Paris, and across Africa.
Returning to New York in the late 90s, Lieberman began her career working with musical artists like Jennifer Lopez and Gwen Stefani. A pioneer in celebrity styling, Lieberman worked with influential women including Mary J. Blige, Cameron Diaz, and Drew Barrymore for ten years before moving to Los Angeles to start her brand.
In 1997, Lieberman pioneered celebrity styling, dressing musicians like Sean Combs and Jennifer Lopez. Her groundbreaking styling of Lopez at the Grammy Awards in 2000 would later be cited by Google's Eric Schmidt as the "inspiration behind Google Image Search." Lieberman worked as a sought-after stylist and collaborator with women over 10 years including Gwen Stefani, Mary J. Blige, Cameron Diaz and Drew Barrymore. Always seeking the next challenge, Lieberman moved to Los Angeles in 2009 to found and launch A.L.C.
Who We Are
A stylist-turned-fashion designer, Lieberman understands the emotions behind getting dressed and founded A.L.C. in 2009 with the mission to deliver effortlessly elevated wardrobe essentials that make women look and feel their best.
Chic, stylish and wearable, A.L.C. is known for bold prints, versatile dresses and modern tailoring.
We exist to make women feel confident, strong, sexy and elegant, and believe in the inherent style and power of women.
Redefine Power Dressing
Challenging the perception of what it means to be powerful, A.L.C. understands a woman's need to feel confident, strong, elegant and powerful, transcends the boardroom or office and extends into all facets of her life: the cocktail party, the first date, the parent-teacher conference.
Both a form of dressing and an internal way of feeling, it's the perfect dress that cuts in all the right places of the sharply tailored suit that makes you feel unstoppable when you need an extra boost of confidence.