The 31 Most Stylish Women in Tech

Glynnis MacNicol and Rachel Sklar


First up, meet our helpers, Glynnis MacNicol and Rachel Sklar.

Backstory: Writers, editors, and digital media veterans, MacNicol and Sklar first worked together at The Huffington Post, where Sklar founded the site's 'Eat the Press' blog, after which they teamed up again to help launch Mediaite in 2009, before launching The in 2013.

Fun fact: They're both Canadian! Claim to Fame: Ardent networkers, MacNicol and Sklar are dedicated to increasing the visibility, access and opportunity for women across industries, which is why we we would have been remiss to not ask for their help in compiling this list.

Style Trademark: Matte red lipstick and vintage silk jumpsuits for MacNicol; eye-catching dresses and an enviable head of wavy chestnut hair (which she regularly donates to Locks of Love!) for Sklar.

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As Fashion Month winds to a close and we bid adieu to awards season, the time has come to embrace yet another several month-long string of entertainment and celebrity-studded events: festival season. Ahead of Coachella's flower crowns, South by Southwest hit Austin, Texas this weekend for its annual week of music, film and interactive (read: technology) shows, panels and performances.

In honor of SXSW's interactive element, we teamed up with Rachel Sklar and Glynnis MacNicol, founders of, a digital newsletter and networking site dedicated to giving visibility to, in their words, "awesome women," to highlight those ladies in tech who are as stylish as they are brainy and accomplished.

Ranging from a comedy website producer to Facebook's chief operating officer (looking at you, Sheryl Sandberg), click through above to meet 31 of the most stylish women in technology.*

Update; March 12, 4:45PM: The line above has been updated to clarify that this list is not ranked. The list has been amended to remove Jenna Wortham, per her request, and to add three women who were on our initial draft: Nicole Sanchez, Pavia Rosati, and Jeralyn Gerba. I'd also like to make it clear that my team at Lucky pitched and wrote this story. We reached out to Sklar and MacNicol, both of whom work closely with and are passionate about women in the tech space, to help us round out the feature by pointing us in the direction of those who were new to the scene, up-and-coming, or maybe just women we would not have known about on our own. - Verena von Pfetten, executive digital editor.

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