Carolyne Zinko, a native of Wisconsin, joined The San Francisco Chronicle in 1993 as a news reporter covering Peninsula crime, city government and political races. She worked as the paperâs society columnist from 2000 to 2004, when she wrote about the lifestyles of the rich but not necessarily famous. Since then, she has worked for the Sunday Style and Datebook sections, covering gala night openings and writing trend pieces profiles of personalities such as industrial designer Yves Behar, Twitter co-founder Biz Stone, and TV star Portia de Rossi, to name a few. She also contributes to the Style blog, SF Unzipped, and has won several local awards for police and general news reporting.
Carolyne writes about:
Fashion and Wearing Apparel