- Contributing editor to Vogue, Mirabella and Mode magazines
- Ebony Fashion Fair as a commentator and fashion editor
- Dress for Success
- Fashion guru Audrey Smaltz, planned every detail that reflected Parisian chic in all ways from the garden setting entryway to the Eiffel Tower replica to the exquisite menu.
Fashion show manager Audrey Livinia Smaltz took her first professional modeling job from baseball’s New York Giants. Smaltz worked as a model and fashion commentator. Smaltz worked as a model and salesperson at Bloomingdale’s and she became an assistant fashion coordinator. Hired by Lane Bryant Clothing, she worked as a model and buyer and also as a fashion coordinator. Smaltz joined the Ebony Fashion Fair as a commentator and fashion editor. Smaltz organized her team, a backstage management group which has staffed many fashion shows including those by Vera Wang, Giorgio Armani, Betsey Johnson, Oscar de la Renta, Bill Blass, Alice Roi, Michael Kors, Luca Luca, Nanette Lepore, Tommy Hilfiger, Kenneth Cole and Ralph Rucci. Smaltz has also worked with corporations like Nike, Vogue, Saks Fifth Avenue, Macy’s, and J. Crew.
A contributing editor to Vogue, Mirabella and Mode magazines, Smaltz appears frequently on QVC and the Oprah Winfrey Show. She is a board member of the Black Fashion Museum, Dress for Success, the Gracie Mansion Conservancy and Fashion Group International.