Five Fashion Stylists on the Come-Up
While praising our favorite celeb Vixens for their 'fits, let's not forget the arbiters of style behind their looks: their stylists. Stars' fashion statements are usually dreamed up and orchestrated behind the scenes by unique, creative and fashion-obsessed geniuses.
Luminaries like June Ambrose, Robert Verdi and Mariel Haenn are household names, but there are several up-and-coming style stars who also deserve mention.
Click through to learn more about these five fashion stylists.
Have you noticed Solange looking more fashionable and chic than ever? We thought so. For that, you have Charles Wade to thank.
The celebrity stylist has also worked with the likes of Rihanna, Zoe Saldana, Ameriie and Angela and Vanessa Simmons. As for his very bright future, he says a boutique and coffee book are in the works.
Having worked with Trey Songz, Janet Jackson, Estelle and more, this style star's resume speaks for itself. Becca's styling expertise can also be seen at Hello Beautiful's 5 Minutes to Fab series where she gives sartorially-challenged readers fashion makeovers.
The fashion visionary has worked with a host of celebrities, from Julissa Bermudez and Adrienne Bailon to Raheem Devaughn and activist Kevin Powell. Law has also made waves as a fashion journalist, gaining a legion of followers as the witty voice behind FresherThanChris.com.
Dawn Richard's boundary-pushing sartorial statements are the work of none other than emerging stylist du jour, Ugo Mozie. His background reads like a who's who of editorial publications: The New York Times, Elle, Paper, Nylon, Vibe Magazine and more.
Already a bright star in the styling business, Mozie is also a designer, creating the successful fashion line, Aston Mozie, alongside partner/best friend Quinn Aston.
The Renaissance woman has worked for every magazine from Elle, Essence and Vibe Vixen to Lucky Magazine and Real Simple. Now, the fashion maven has her own online boutique, KelleMiles.com, "for women who are confident in their personal style and beyond wearing labels."