Stephanie Jin, she founded ETFashion in 2017 as a fashion platform dedicated to helping fashion enthusiasts and professionals develop internationally as well as increase awareness of Asian fashion culture. She has also been selected as one of 2020 World Chinese Role Models and AACYF's 2019 30 under 30 - Fashion & Media in addition to receiving an invitation to appear on CCTV’s global Chinese professional documentary program.
As a model herself, she has modeled for New York Fashion Week (NYFW), Project Runway, CFDA Awarded designers, Sephora, Kiehl's, MAC, Too Faced, it Cosmetics, Zara, Samsonite, Couture Fashion Week, Boston Fashion Week, Style Week as well as at showcases for Louis Vuitton, Hermès, Gucci, Christian Cowan, Alice+Olivia, Kate Spade, Saks Fifth Avenue, Stella McCartney, Ted Baker, Dennis Basso, Cavanagh Baker, adidas and other internationally renowned brands. She has been published and featured on VOGUE Runway, VOGUE Italia, VOGUE China, VOGUE Singapore, VOGUE Mexico, BAZAAR, Forbes, Marie Claire, ELLE, L'OFFICIEL, WWD, NYLON, HYPEBAE, CFDA Runway 360, Fashion Week Online, etc. She has been awarded the Top Model at the international model contest, 2019 Female Runway Model of the Year at the Boston Fashion Awards, Winner at the International USA Miss Asia Pageant, World Expo MFA Ambassador, etc. She has also worked with celebrities including 2022 VOGUE newest cover star: Squid Games breakout star and model Hoyeon Jung.
Stephanie is also the head model coach of ETFashion, a NASM Certified Personal Trainer and was recognized as the Top Model Coach at the 2020 International Child Model Competition. The students she has trained have been invited to New York Fashion Week and Paris Fashion Week multiple times, featured on VOGUE, BAZAAR, and Marie Claire, offered contracts with Elite and other renowned model agencies, and won championships in numerous modeling competitions and pageants including the 2021-2022 USA Miss Asia, 2020 Miss Teen USA, the 2019 New York Super Model Competition, the 2019 Elite Super League Model Competition, the 2019 International USA Miss Asia Pageant, the 2019 Miss China Pageant, etc. She has also been invited as the guest instructor for individual image training at Harvard University and a guest panelist for 2020 Boston Fashion Week. In addition, she was the coach and judge of the 2020-2022 USA Miss Asia Pageant, 2020 International Travel Fashion Beauty Contest, 2018 Show Idol International Model Contest, 2017 Super Kids International Model Contest, etc.
As a fashion show director, she has produced and directed over 200 fashion shows and events both in the US and China with over one hundred thousand audience members and participants. She was the founder and director of 2019 ETFashion Week, the creative director of 2020-2019 New York Fashion Week fashion show opening, and was invited to produce and direct the first fashion show of the 2018 Ivy League Spring Festival Gala by Harvard University, the first Hanfu show of Brown University, the first modern Qipao Show of NECINA, the NYC X BOS fashion show, the annual fundraising show of Asian Women for Health, and numerous other high profile events.