MK is a writer and editor based in Charleston, South Carolina. She has written about architecture, interiors, antiques, real estate, and men's and women's fashion for publications including The Wall Street Journal, WSJ Magazine, House Beautiful, Southern Living, Coastal Living, Country Living, and Garden & Gun, where she previously served as senior style editor. While at G&G, MK oversaw all architecture, interiors, and fashion coverage, in addition to serving as G&G's market editor, traveling regularly to national gift and trade shows to produce the magazine's five-page product section.
MK got her start as an arts & culture contributor to Georgetown University's alt-weekly newspaper, landing internships at The New Yorker and The New York Observer while still in school. After graduating with a degree from Georgetown's Walsh School of Foreign Service, she pursued her lifelong love of design by working with Kemble Interiors, Palm Beach, and Washington D.C.-based designer Andrew Law. She later studied interior design at the Corcoran College of Art and Design in Washington, D.C.
In addition to her writing and editorial work, MK is a passionate vintage clothing collector. In October of 2015, she founded Seeline—a high-end vintage womenswear company. To learn more, please visit seelinevintage.com