Women on the Move: Miriam Driessen

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Miriam Driessen

San Antonio Woman

Miriam Driessen joined San Antonio Woman magazine early this year as their new Creative Director – she is the driving force behind the great new look of this magazine. Miriam has been in publishing most of her life – she started as a Fashion editor at the biggest weekly magazine in the Netherlands. As a fashion editor and fashion stylist, she produced and styled fashion shoots across the globe. She then decided to become an independent fashion stylist so she could work for several magazines, applying her creativity to different target demographics. After emigrating to the US in 2015, she has found her next challenge at San Antonio Woman magazine.

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