you're reading...
Employment, Fashion Men's, Fashion Women's

The 25 Most Powerful Stylists in Hollywood – The Hollywood Reporter

Some people think clothes don’t matter. I know better. To me clothing is your silent messenger. It is also then a master chameleon, conveying different things depending on who’s wearing it. Three people could have on the exact outfit, head to toe, and it could very well convey three different messages. In some fashion magazines/blogs there are even columns that ask Who Wore It Best, as they put two people (usually women) side by side in the same outfit and check mark the one who looks better in the outfit. It’s not surprising to me that Stylists are power brokers in Hollywood.


Rachel Zoe, fashion stylist to the stars

Rachel Zoe No.1

“Agents, managers and publicists don’t hold all the power when it comes to A-list clients. Hollywood’s red-carpet stylists have the potential to make or break an actress’ career based on their dress decisions.”

“Michelle Williams not-so-whimsical Valentino daisies at the Globes were met with a deafening outcry of “Who put her in that?!” Stylist Leith Clark No. 11, who’d worked with Williams all season, was replaced by Elizabeth Stewart No. 8, who knew she had to help redeem Williams when she stepped out on Oscar night –and got her a flawless Chanel couture column that did the job.”

“Stylists also have the ability to set fashion trends. No. 1 stylist Rachel Zoe created the “boho chic” craze and the clout to decide which designers and jewelers get mass exposure. The most important thing when styling is to master the balance of whats pleasing to TV viewers while providing a look that’s forward-thinking enough for fashion critics. That’s what landed these 25 stylists on THRs first-ever Most Powerful Stylists list.”

1. Rachel Zoe
An A-list client roster, the Bravo reality show, multiple designing and fashion consulting deals and a best-selling book make Zoe the most powerful stylist in Hollywood.

2. Kate Young
The NYC-based stylist is responsible for Natalie Portman‘s acclaimed looks — it’s challenging enough to turn out multiple stunning styles for the It girl but even more impressive when it’s maternity chic. Runway designers Viktor & Rolf, Rodarte and Azzaro all created custom styles for the Oscar winner. Young, who started her career at Vogue, also works with R&B singer Alicia Keys.

3. Petra Flannery
Flannery’s best-dressed clients include Emma Stone (winning looks: Calvin Klein at the Globes and Chanel at Vanity Fair‘s fete), Mila Kunis (winning looks: lavender Elie Saab at the Oscars and Alexander McQueen at the SAGs) and Zoe Saldana. Before making Steinfeld a red-carpet one-to-watch, Flannery created Saldana’s elegant, avant-garde style during last year’s Avatar awards campaign, including the daring lavender Givenchy Haute Couture she wore on Oscar Night 2010.

June Ambrose

June Ambrose No. 23

 4. Jen Rade
The dazzling emerald Atelier Versace dress that Rade put longtime client Angelina Jolie in at this year’s Globes stole the show. Rade also dresses PinkCher and The Office‘s Jenna Fischer, plus she has such commercial styling gigs as Target and Apple’s iPod.

5. Anna Bingemann
From Emmys to Globes, Claire Danes had her most spectacular awards season ever thanks to the Armani Prive, hot-hued Calvin Klein and Louis Vuitton dresses that Bingemann handpicked for her. Bingemann also works with Gwyneth PaltrowNaomi Watts and Tina Fey. She is married to actor-director Griffin Dunne.

Read the rest here :  The 25 Most Powerful Stylists in Hollywood – The Hollywood Reporter.

Want to Be a Fashion Stylist


About TheDailyPOT

All the world’s a stage so inhale it all and get high on Life! A bit of everything is in The Daily POT.



  1. Pingback: Stiletto Workout Ladies! Fab shoes too. « The Daily Pot - March 24, 2012

So What's Your Two Cents?

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s

Thanks for Stopping By

Remember to Post a Comment

Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 22 other followers

Blog Posts

March 2012
    Apr »

Select a Topic


"You're a very stylish girl; can't we end this stylishly?" scene from the 1961 movie Breakfast at Tiffany's



%d bloggers like this: