Stylists do much more than just pick out clothing. They have significant roles in making a successful campaigns come together and work to help facilitate the relationship with photographers and their models. Stylists work in various capacities on editorial shoots, commercials, fashion shows, events and personal styling. Of course, the main job for the stylist is to select clothing and actually take care of the styling, but what else do stylists really take care of? READ FULL ARTICLE
Amanda Styles is a personal and wardrobe stylist located in Los Angeles and available for travel. Getting her jump start at Marie Claire Magazine as Zanna Rassi's intern, her career in fashion began at the age of 16 with the opening of her women's boutique, Miele Boutique, in her hometown of Las Vegas. Specializing in luxury ready-to-wear, styling for special occasions and wardrobe management Amanda aligns her client’s essence with the clothes she dresses them in. Through color, fabric, texture and accessories Amanda creates an organic truth, bringing to the surface and demonstrating the aspects of your character that you want the world to see. Having cultivated relationships with up-and-coming designers, luxury boutiques and clothing rental houses has provided an endless inventory of clothing, shoes and accessories. Amanda will create an organized wardrobe that inspires you, advise on current trends, knows exactly where to find clothing, shoes and accessories for your style needs and the list goes on.
Getting dressed should be simple and enjoyable and not time-consuming. For milestones in life, celebrating a special occasion and attending an event wearing the perfect outfit makes these timeless moments in life even better. Having a Masters in Fine Arts with an emphasis in Fashion Design custom clothing is available for exclusive clientele. As a professional personal stylist of 8 years for both men and women Amanda meticulously styles in handpicked pieces making sure everything is perfectly tailored and heightens your self confidence.
I started styling people when I was in high school when I opened up my women's clothing boutique, Miele Boutique. At 16 years old of I would style each one of my customers which then became personal clients. Fashion, style, taste - it's all subjective. But at the end of the day, I think we're all just trying to achieve that moment when we go from 'This will work' to 'Total Princess or Prince.' Shouldn't every woman or man feel like they have red-carpet moments? Just saying, shouldn't we all live the dream? It doesn't matter if you're going to an office party or dinner with your boyfriend or girlfriend. It's about feeling great in that moment and having a picture you can look at later and say "I turned it out that night." READ FULL ARTICLE
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