As the former special events planner for Vogue magazine and the fashion director at Lincoln Center, Stephanie Winston Wolkoff has thrown plenty of large-scale VIP-studded events, including the annual Met gala and swanky Fashion Week soirees.

Now, according to the New York Post, she is lending a hand to the incoming Trump administration, acting as an adviser to Tom Barrack, the head of Trump’s inaugural committee.

Attempts to reach Wolkoff’s firm, SWW Creative, were unsuccessful, but people who know and have worked with the uber-connected Manhattanite say the pick heralds a glamorous kickoff to the era of Trump’s Washington. Wolkoff is said to be detail-oriented, gracious but tough, and deft at navigating competing egos.

Her connections span the fashion world, thanks to her stint at Vogue and her job orchestrating New York’s Fashion Week events at Lincoln Center. Her grandfather is the famous jeweler Harry Winston. ”She’s immaculate,” Vogue editor Anna Wintour once said of her. “She makes everyone else feel like a complete mess.”

Most importantly, Wolkoff is a friend of the Trumps.

Inauguration plans are still underway — in 2012, there were only two “official” balls (meaning those hosted by the inaugural committee), though in previous years there have been a dozen or more.