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i'm trying to understand something. Personal stylists are the people who basically go out shopping with people and help them decide what they're gonna wear at events, right? and i also suppose stylists are the people who arrange for celebs to borrow dresses from designers, right??
but what about people like diane kruger, who only uses an stylist every once in a while? how does she gets the clothes??

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Sometimes celebs are sent clothing to wear by certain designers that want to see their brand on them. Or I am assuming she has her publicist set things up as well for her to go to these designers.

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i'm trying to understand something. Personal stylists are the people who basically go out shopping with people and help them decide what they're gonna wear at events, right? and i also suppose stylists are the people who arrange for celebs to borrow dresses from designers, right??
but what about people like diane kruger, who only uses an stylist every once in a while? how does she gets the clothes??
From what I have read, personal stylists do basically pick out the outfit for the celebrity for red carpet events. They also educate the clients so they have a good idea on what to wear on a daily basis. And yes they are in charge of the borrowing of dresses. man it must be nice to have a personal stylist

I heard that Diane Kruger does only use a stylist during promotional tours, but she is also close friends with designers such as Lagerfeld and Galliano. Im sure that she can just talk to them about borrowing a dress, and they would set it up. Lagerfeld even designed a few gowns just for her during last year's Cannes Festival.

With other celebrities who do not have stylists and who are not close friends with designers, its probably like what ediewarhol said, that their publicists probably set everything up

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thanks kochie and edie!! karma for both!!

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Comprehensive celebrity stylist list. PLEASE HELP!
Hey guys,

I desperately need to find a current list of celebrity stylists & their clients. I assumed it would be reasonably easy to find but it has become a total nightmare!

Does anyone know where I would find such a list? I literally just need the name of the stylist and their clients and/or the ability to search a celebrity name and find their stylist. I would be willing to pay a subscription fee if necessary.

Something like this must exist for industry professionals?

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Here is a list of those who where styled at the Golden Globes. I don't know if they are there regular stylists

Amanda Seyfried Styled by: Penny Lovell


America Ferrara Styled by: Annabel Tollman


Amy Adams Styled by: Cristina Ehrlich


Amy Poehler Styled by: Tom Broecker


Angelina Jolie Styled by: Jen Rade


Anna Paquin Styled by: Daniel Caudell


Anne Hathaway Styled by: Rachel Zoe


Beyonce Styled by: Ty Hunter


Brittany Snow Styled by: Nicole Chavez


Cameron Diaz Styled by: Rachel Zoe



Christina Hendricks Styled by: Lawren Sample


Debra Messing Styled by: Rachel Zoe


Demi Moore Styled by: Rachel Zoe


Drew Barrymore Styled by: Lee Harris


Elisabeth Moss Styled by: Justin Ducoty


Elizabeth Banks Styled by: Wendi & Nicole


Eva Longoria Styled by: Robert Verdi


Eva Mendes Styled by: Rachel Zoe


Evan Rachel Wood Styled by: Samantha McMillan


Freida Pinto Styled by: George Kotsiopolous


Hayden Panettiere Styled by: Deb Waknin


Heidi Klum Styled by: Maryam Malakpour


Isla Fisher Styled by: Becks Welsh



Jenna Fischer Styled by: Stephanie Pearson



Jennifer Carpenter Styled by: Wendi & Nicole


Jennifer Morrison Styled by: Cristina Ehrlich


Joy Bryant Styled by: Rachel Zoe

Julie Benz Styled by: Todd Halman


Kate Beckinsale Styled by: Kithe Brewster


Kate Winslet Styled by: Tanya Gill


Katie Holmes Styled by: Jeanne Yang


Kristen Bell Styled by: Nicole Chavez


Kyra Sedgwick Styled by: Leslie Freemar


Laura Dern Styled by: Tanya Gill


Laura Linney Styled by: Jane Ross


Maggie Gyllenhaal Styled by: Leslie Freemar


Mary Louise Parker Styled by: Jonas Halberg



Miley Cyrus Styled by: Tara Swennen


Olivia Wilde Styled by: Kemal & Karla


Penelope Cruz Styled by: Cristina Ehrlich


Rumer Willis Styled by: Tara Swennen


Sandra Bullock Styled by: Deb Waknin



Taraji Henson Styled by: Sherri Hoke



Tina Fey Styled by: Tom Broecker


Vanessa Hudgens Styled by: Deb Waknin


Viola Davis Styled by: Elizabeth Stewart

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Thanks for your reply, it was a great help!

Does anybody else know where I could find a database or list of celebrity stylists & their clients? You will be saving my life!!

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Rihanna styled by Lysa Cooper

that's the only one I know, lol.

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Superstar Stylists
Lauren Sherman, 10.13.06, 12:00 AM ET

Famous people follow fashion closely--just as fashion follows famous people.

Take New York's Fashion Week in September, for example. The stars--from Kate Bosworth (at Jill Stuart) to Hillary Duff (at Michael Kors)--were front row and center at runway shows. Pampered with primo seats, gift bags and attention, they flaunted signature looks featuring their favorite designers--looks that help propel the celebrities onto fashion pages and the clothing to coveted status.

After all, when a public figure develops a distinctive and appealing style, you have women clamoring for the perfect pair of oversized vintage sunglasses (ŕ la Nicole Richie), or the exact Yves Saint Laurent bag Sienna Miller was toting around London.

In Pictures: Ten Stylists And Their Stars

But these stars often aren't making their mark on fashion by themselves. Like many of us not pursuing careers in the spotlight, they find that developing a strong sense of what works--and what really, really doesn't--can be tricky. So, they rely on wardrobe stylists like Robert Verdi, Britt Bardo and Nicole Chavez to create the clothing combinations others crave.

While you may not know their names, these super-stylists play powerful roles in the fashion-fame collaboration. And by placing a hardware-heavy handbag in the crook of an actress's arm, or a pair of retro sneakers on an action star, they've probably influenced what you wear.

Stylists must be fully aware of the latest and greatest designers, know how to create a look, understand the importance of event dressing (on the red carpet, the line between daring and disastrous is eating-disorder-thin) and maintain excellent relationships with fashion publicists, the people who lend celebrities designer duds.

That sartorial expertise doesn’t come cheap. Stylists like Verdi, whose current client roster includes Desperate Housewives star Eva Longoria, can charge $2,000 to $2,500 for an award show prep day and $25,000 to $50,000 for an extensive project, such as a photo shoot or a commercial.

And, their power is reaching ever-farther. Some, like Rachel Zoe, are becoming celebrities themselves. Many, like Bardo, have designer aspirations.

"It has definitely opened up other doors,” says Bardo, the woman behind Kate Hudson’s haute-hippie image. “I've been talking about how I want to start a small clothing line, or an intimate apparel line."

Chavez and her client Rachel Bilson, who stars in the Fox television show The O.C., considered collaborating on a clothing line, but instead now focus on supporting fledging designers whose collections they like. Now, those designers are reaping the benefits of Bilson’s shining star. Her signature style--a mix of designer and vintage--has landed her on the covers of glossies like Teen Vogue and in the pages of weeklies like Life and Style, where red carpet looks are regularly featured.

As Chavez puts it, "Nowadays with the weeklies, when [readers] see somebody they recognize, they notice which designer they're wearing, and it just resonates."

Designer Brian Reyes flew Bilson and Chavez from Los Angeles to New York to create a one-of-a-kind dress for the starlet, just in time for his New York Fashion Week show. Chavez also often dresses Bilson in Brooklyn-based designers Vena Cava and Los Angeles-based designer Jenni Kayne. So, Bilson will be the first to don Vena Cava's Spring 2007 collection while promoting her latest film, The Last Kiss, in Europe.

With so much emphasis being placed on the appearance of film and television stars, ordinary people are also feeling pressure to look perfect. That's where Michelle T. Sterling, founder of San Francisco-based Global Image Group, comes in.

Sterling, who has worked in both finance and fashion, began Global Image Group six years ago to help women "refine their image and style" through personal style overhauls, closet makeovers and personal shopping trips. Fees range from $150 to $350 per hour--vastly cheaper than Robert Verdi, though you don't get to brag about sharing experts with Eva Longoria's.

Some stylists are adamant that this kind specialized attention is unnecessary for the woman next door. Verdi's experiences with "normal" people, some who have paid up to $25,000 in a charity auction for a day of his services, have been lackluster, he says.

"[Styling is] about balancing the image of the celebrity," Verdi explains. "A normal person doesn't need that."

Verdi says women simply need "an understanding of the trends in general."

Chavez, however, cites three important rules for every woman: invest neutral basics, stay on-trend with accessories, and use a tailor to make clothes fit to perfection.

"It’s more affordable, and in the end you will be able to get dressed faster and with more ease," she says.

Of course, if ease isn't what you're looking for, there's always an expert out there--for a price.
maybe not up-to-date on who is styling who at the moment but still:

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Rachel Zoe

Clients: Nicole Richie, Mischa Barton, Linsday Lohan, Kiera Knightly

Zoe, is credited with taking Nicole Richie from a simple mess to a style icon. She's now collaborating with Judith Leiber on a line of evening bags.


Britt Bardo

Clients: Kate Hudson, Eva Mendez, Jennifer Lopez

Bardo's Midwestern roots have kept her grounded in the worlds of celebrity and high fashion. Her closest client--Kate Hudson--shares her hippie-chic aesthetic.

Jessica Pastor

Clients: Jessica Simpson, Kate Bosworth

Pastor knows what works for her clients. Jessica Simpson prefers the sexy ease of Roberto Cavalli and Michael Kors, while Bosworth favors young designers like Zac Posen and Proenza Schouler.

Nicole Chavez

Clients: Rachel Bilson, Jamie King, Kristen Bell, Melinda Clarke

Chavez began her career in fashion as a set costumer, but quickly moved onto personal styling for her good friend Rachel Bilson. Her newest client is Veronica Mars' Kristen Bell.

Phillip Bloch

Clients: Halle Berry, Sandra Bullock

Bloch was one of the first celebrity stylists to become a "personality," frequently appearing on television. He also published a book in the late '90s called Elements of Style. He is widely noted for dressing former client Halle Berry in a daring Elie Saab gown, with sheer top and draped skirt, on the evening of her first Oscar win

Annabel Tollman


Clients: Scarlett Johansson

Former Interview fashion director Tollman has contributed to Johansson's Sexiest Woman Alive status, outfitting her in sweet-yet-sultry tea dresses.

Robert Verdi

Clients: Eva Longoria

From the cover of Maxim to the Emmy Awards, Verdi keeps Longoria's look simple, sexy and loaded with color.

Anna Bingemann

Clients: Uma Thurman, Gwyneth Paltrow, Rachel Weisz, Naomi Watts

British stylist Anna Bingemann favors floor-skimming, ethereal looks from designers like Rochas, Valentino and Atelier Versace.

Kate Young

Clients: Natalie Portman, Michelle Williams, Jennifer Connolly

New York-based stylist Kate Young can seemingly do no wrong--Michelle Williams's Vera Wang was the standout gown at this year's Academy Awards, even though it was a tricky mustard yellow. And Natalie Portman is a regular on best-dressed lists, preferring Parisian houses like Lanvin and Balenciaga.

Cristina Ehrlich and Estee Stanley

Clients: The Olsen Twins, Mandy Moore

Ehrlich and Stanley should be credited with Mandy Moore's transformation from bubble gum beauty to high fashion heavyweight. Yet their most notable contribution to the scene might be the duo's Miss Davenporte fashion line which, after only two seasons, has developed quite a strong cult following.

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thelookbook.onsugar.com: TheLookbook reports on who is styling celebrities for events, who wore what, and changes in PR moves for fashion brands and firms.

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Is it possible for a celeb to hire a stylist so they could borrow designer clothes but not actually get styled?

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25 Most Powerful Celebrity Stylists of 2012
Every actress worth her weight in Swarovski crystal knows: An agent procures the best roles, her publicist promotes them. But the real magic happens behind the scenes, where the right stylist can turn a star into watercooler Topic A (hey, Angelina’s right leg, hope you sent stylist Jen Rade flowers). But it’s not just buzz that Hollywood’s loveliest ladies seek: A stylist can help cinch a magazine cover, win their client beauty and fashion contracts or even an actress’ next role.



25. Ilaria Urbanti: A former retail buyer and current co-owner of L.A.’s hip boutique Confederacy, Urbinati also has styled the second season of Showtime’s The L Word. Her looks made splashes for The Vampire Diaries’ Nina Dobrev, who wore a red Donna Karan hourglass gown to the Emmys that propelled her from CW teen star to fashion plate, and Bradley Cooper, who cut a sharp figure at the Oscars in a navy shawl-lapel Tom Ford tux (his mustache got less favorable reviews). “A perfect fit. Strong color or structure. The wow factor” — these are on Urbinati’s checklist, and for this power-list newcomer, they’re absolutely getting done.

Clients: Nina Dobrev, Krysten Ritter, Bradley Cooper, Armie Hammer, Chris Evans, Joel Edgerton



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24. Arianne Phillips: Phillips focuses most of her attention on her A-list client, who directed the Wallis Simpson biopic W.E., for which the stylist designed the costumes and landed a best costume design Oscar nomination. (She also was nominated for best costume design for 2006’s Walk the Line.). For Phillips, her greatest style moment was a baby-blue Vionnet gown with red-beaded butterfly embellishments that the singer-director wore to the W.E. screening at the Venice Film Festival. “At the last minute, I had her wear these great red-glitter Miu Miu sunglasses, which added fun energy to the beautifully glamorous dress,” says Phillips. Another hit was Madonna’s fitted-bodice Reem Acra gown with a deep-green embroidered skirt, which she wore to the Globes with black leather gloves and a diamond-cross pendant. Phillips developed her sense of the theatrical from “working in New York as an assistant, during which time I met Lenny Kravitz through mutual friends,” she says. “He was recording his first album, so I started styling him.” One of Phillips’ more thrilling experiences was dominating a news cycle for putting Courtney Love in a “homeless” dress from the Dior couture 2000 collection: “I took one look at that dress on the runway and knew only Courtney could pull off deconstructed rock ’n’ roll couture. It was a great moment because the collection was so controversial.” Phillips is designing Madonna’s 2012 world tour costumes.

Client: Madonna


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23. George Kotsiopoulos: Kotsiopoulos styles nearly as many red-carpet moments as he commentates on as one of four regular critics on E!’s Fashion Police. His styling highlights include dressing supporting actress Oscar nominee Albert Nobbs’ McTeer in a custom draped garnet chiffon David Meister Signature evening gown for the Oscars and putting British blonde beauty Eve, who starred in She’s Out of My League and next appears in Men in Black III and the Star Trek sequel, in a ’70s vintage YSL animal print one-shoulder gown at the 2012 Art of Elysium gala. At his first styling job assisting Elizabeth Stewart (No. 4), Kotsiopoulos witnessed Freida Pinto’s Slumdog Millionaire breakout moment, when she wore an electric-blue, beaded one-shouldered John Galliano to the Oscars. It made an impression — he still prefers red-carpet surprises, and gives high marks to Paltrow’s caped crusader Tom Ford ensemble at the Oscars, and to Theron’s flapper look at the Globes, which he pronounces “unique and styled incredibly.” Ultimately, however, Kotsiopoulos’ attitude toward his day job is irreverent: “It is shows like Fashion Police that make actresses scared to take risks, but who really cares what we say about you?”

Clients: Janet McTeer, Alice Eve


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22. Johnny Wujek: "Crazy chic” is one way to describe Wujek’s sensibility. The stylist has carved out an unexpected niche contrasting radical hair colors with high-fashion labels, from Perry’s rock ’n’ roll blue ’do topping a lighter blue, delicately beaded Elie Saab couture gown at the Grammys, to Minaj’s pink hair setting off an emerald silk taffeta Oscar de la Renta ball gown at the AMAs. Wujek has developed great relationships with Miu Miu, Yves Saint Laurent, Viktor & Rolf, Balmain and Roland Mouret but is equally enthusiastic about promoting an unusual item, like the CuteCircuit pale-pink-and-white light-up dress worn by Perry at last year’s Met Costume Institute gala.“It made the cover of Women’s Wear Daily the next morning, which was exciting,” says Wujek, who worked as an intern on the 2003 indie feature Wonderland and assisted styling on commercials and music videos. The stylist, with his brand of surprising glamour, never takes away from his clients’ kooky personas — only enhances them.

Clients: Katy Perry, Kate Mara, Nicki Minaj


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21. Nicole Chavez: Chavez began her career working in the wardrobe department of The O.C., where she met loyal client Bilson (Hart of Dixie), for whom she later helped craft a girly hipster look. “We shared a very similar love for fashion,” says Chavez, who recalls dressing her young clients in Derek Lam and Brian Reyes, who were up-and-coming designers eight years ago. “New talent breeds new talent. Rachel introduced me to Kristen Bell, and that was when I really felt legitimate,” she says. Recent hits for the stylist: Bilson stepping out in a silver Chanel dress with metallic floral applique and a cool cropped motorcycle jacket for a pre-Oscar dinner hosted by the label, and Bell wearing a red lace Valentino top with a matching leather skirt at the People’s Choice Awards. Chavez’s favorite look this year was Heigl’s red Herve L. Leroux dress at January’s One for the Money premiere in New York. Says Chavez, who was then very pregnant (she and her husband, UTA agent Kevin Volchok, welcomed son Zev on Feb. 6): “I was just hoping I wasn’t going to go into labor in the middle of the press tour.”

Clients: Rachel Bilson, Kristen Bell, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Katherine Heigl


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20. Brad Goreski: In the past year, Rachel Zoe’s former assistant starred on his own Bravo reality show, It’s a Brad, Brad World, penned his memoir Born to Be Brad, became Kate Spade’s brand stylist and continued to build his client base. Alba, his first (and, for a while, only) client, dazzled in a strapless metallic Gucci dress at the Warner Bros./InStyle Golden Globes bash, while Jones had back-to-back hits with a leaf-print silk ombre Oscar de la Renta dress at the Independent Spirit Awards, plus an attention-grabbing yellow V-neck Elie Saab gown with lace accents at the Vanity Fair party. Goreski recently landed as clients Up All Night’s Rudolph — who shone at the Oscars in a plum-hued gown with crystal embroidery by Johanna Johnson — and Moore, whom he met while working for Zoe, whose path he seems to be following to a T.

Clients: Jessica Alba, Rashida Jones, Maya Rudolph, Demi Moore, Noomi Rapace



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19. Wendi & Nicole Ferreira: If Spencer dominated this awards season as a nominee presence, a lot of the credit goes to the California-native Ferreira sisters, working closely with designer Tadashi Shoji to dream up looks for The Help star, who stuck with his flattering dresses all the way to her big Oscar win for best supporting actress. Spencer’s standouts included an elegant custom hand-beaded ivory silk-tulle gown with cap sleeves on Oscar night, a bright-blue draped jersey dress at the NAACP Image Awards and a lavender chiffon draped V-neck gown with a touch of sparkle for the Golden Globes. “The buzz around Octavia and the positive attention she garnered, especially not being a size zero, is incredible,” says Wendi. Adds Nicole: “The best moment for us was the Oscars — it was the grand finale, and what better way to end than to see Octavia win and look so beautiful.” Up next for the Ferreiras: styling Banks and Hutcherson for The Hunger Games media blitz.

Clients: Octavia Spencer, Elizabeth Banks, Channing Tatum, Josh Hutcherson


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18. Penny Lovell: At this year’s SAGs, Byrne took a big risk — a Michelle Pfeiffer in Scarface-inspired white Elie Saab Couture jumpsuit — and wowed fashion critics. “I love that jumpsuit!” says Lovell. “It’s been on our radar for a while — Rose tried it on two years ago for the Emmys, but we went with Valentino. She called me and said she felt like wearing pants, so I called the same jumpsuit back in.” Stepping out in something other than a dress took some girding, but it was worth it for the visibility. “It was a little nerve-racking because it’s not what you’d normally see, but we were prepared for the fact that some people might not like it,” says Lovell. Byrne, who notes that the look complemented her blunt bangs and face-framing bob, also based her distinctive Oscar dress — a black single-shoulder Vivienne Westwood gown — on her hairstyle: “This hair is very ’20s, and it sort of dictates what you wear.” Says Lovell of the Oscars look, “It was a different dress when I first saw it, much more voluminous, but they worked with me to narrow it a lot.” Lovell took into account that Byrne was attending the ceremony with her Bridesmaids co-stars: “If you’re in an ensemble cast, you shouldn’t wear an enormous dress, and Rose is respectful of that.” Lovell worked in PR for John Frieda, Burberry and Max Mara and assisted on editorial shoots, which led to styling. She works primarily with the Bridesmaids actress (they’ve been together for three years) and Goodwin, who loves such edgy labels as Roksanda Ilincic, Peter Som and 3.1 Phillip Lim.

Clients: Rose Byrne, Ginnifer Goodwin


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17. Jessica Paster
: A seasoned professional with more than 15 years of experience styling editorial shoots, ads and red-carpet looks, Paster knows how to not waste time. “After a while, you know your client so well that when you see a dress, you know right away that it’s a ‘her’ dress,” she says. Client Blunt (Paster also styles the actress’ hubby, John Krasinski) is a maximum-impact dresser, from her vivid green single-shoulder Oscar de la Renta gown at the SAG Awards to her gorgeous navy embroidered sequin and tulle Elie Saab gown at the Emmys. True to her high-octane tactics, Paster dressed Bridesmaids’ Ellie Kemper in a bold paillette-encrusted Armani Prive coppery-red gown on Oscar night.

Clients: Emily Blunt, Felicity Jones, Andrea Riseborough, Ellie Kemper



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16. Leith Clark: The London-based Canadian stylist has worked with Knightley for several awards seasons and on the actress’ Chanel ad campaigns; she’s also the editor of British indie fashion magazine Lula, which she founded in 2006. Clark’s standout moment was when Knightley arrived at the Venice Film Festival for A Dangerous Method’s photocall in a bold and colorful printed silk dress by unknown designer Mary Katrantzou, paired with nude pumps and a sleek bobbed ’do. Suddenly, everyone was asking, “Mary Katran-who?!” Clark’s trendsetting discovery proved that a stylist’s selection can move product: The “Keira” dress quickly sold out on Net-a-porter.com, and Barneys New York can’t keep Katrantzou spring dresses in stock. Clark’s other noteworthy looks include Knightley’s Valentino Couture golden lace gown in Venice and Melancholia actress Dunst’s paisley bustier dress by Honor at the film’s London premiere. Clark is also working on a Nina Ricci perfume ad and a capsule collection for Wren.

Clients: Keira Knightley, Kirsten Dunst



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15. Cher Coulter: British stylist Coulter studied at Central St. Martins and launched her own menswear line, AKA (now defunct), right out of school. She came to Los Angeles on a whim about 10 years ago and ended up styling a photo shoot for Flaunt magazine with Orlando Bloom (she was friends with him in London before he became famous). Now fashion girls Bosworth, Miller and Huntington-Whiteley look to Coulter to rock their red-carpet style. Says Huntington-Whiteley: “I was looking for a stylist to help with my Transformers press tour last summer, and I asked my publicist, ‘Who styles Kate Bosworth?’ because I’ve always admired her style.” The model-turned-actress was at first put off by Coulter’s first name (“Sooo L.A. sounding!”), but after the stylist made a house call, the Brits hit it off. “It was like … she’s English, she’s hired,” jokes Huntington-Whiteley. Coulter describes the Transformers actress’ red-carpet style as “straight-up cool, classic and sexy.” A few of their stellar moments include a shimmery va-va-voom red Antonio Berardi dress at the film’s New York premiere (“It ended up being a bit of a Jessica Rabbit moment,” says Huntington-Whiteley) and another red Berardi, this one a knockout cap-sleeve fitted column, at the post-Oscar Vanity Fair party. Coulter also co-designs, with Bosworth, a jewelry collection for online style site JewelMint. For breakout indie actress Olsen, Coulter put together chic, young Chanel, Chloe and Balmain looks during awards season and dressed her in a sunshine-yellow, graphically beaded long-sleeve minidress by Emilio Pucci at the Critics’ Choice Awards. “A great awards-season dress is one that you look back at 10 years later and think it’s a ‘wow’ dress,” says Coulter. “It stands the test of time.”

Clients: Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Kate Bosworth, Elizabeth Olsen, Sienna Miller



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14. Elizabeth Saltzman: London-based Saltzman got her start working at Giorgio Armani in 1985, went on to style shoots at American Vogue and Vanity Fair (where she’s still a contributing editor) and has been dressing VIP client Paltrow for the past several years. “An Oscar dress is about style, elegance and comfort,” says Saltzman. Paltrow’s flawless ivory Tom Ford cap-sleeve dress with matching cape at the Oscars, the night’s best look according to some fashion critics, possessed all those qualities. “Tom Ford designed a masterpiece for G.P. — the Anna Hu diamond cuff rocked the look to perfection, and I wish I could buy the amazing double-finger flower ring,” says Saltzman. “Actually, I wish I could buy the body to rock the whole look.” Saltzman loves putting the svelte, yoga-toned actress in plunging necklines and leggy minidresses. Paltrow wore a black Stella McCartney gown with cutout details to the Grammys, a sheer Emilio Pucci midriff-baring top and skirt to the Emmys and a daring green sequined Elie Saab dress with a revealing neckline at the Bambi awards in Germany. A little more demure but every bit as head-turning was the nude backless Prada gown with a big bow at the Contagion premiere in Venice. “I don’t play games,” says Saltzman. “I usually only pick three dresses to choose from, so I don’t waste the designer’s time or mine.”

Client: Gwyneth Paltrow



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13. Rob Zangardi & Mariel Haenn: The hip duo, who has worked on music videos for Rihanna, Jay Z and Kanye West, styles Lopez for all three of her personas: red-carpet style icon, pop singer/dancer in music videos and American Idol judge. J.Lo rocked two separate and indelible Oscar looks in one night: a Deco-style beaded nude gown by Zuhair Murad, which she wore as a presenter (whether she was, ahem, a little too revealing is still up for debate; regardless, the controversy catapulted the stylists into the national conversation); and a plunging burgundy sequined gown, also by Murad, for the Vanity Fair postshow party. Zangardi and Haenn had a high-impact outing in Cannes, where they dressed McAdams in a red silk organza Marchesa with invisible sleeves (except for their long, trailing red-lace trim) at the Midnight in Paris premiere and a white Maxime Simoens dress with floral accents for a photocall. Recently, the pair put Mirror Mirror actress Collins in an embroidered nude tulle ball gown for the Vanity Fair party, but Zangardi says: “Red carpet is a small percentage of what we do. We work on commercials, ad campaigns, editorial and videos. We’re also working on a jewelry line we’re really excited about.”

Clients: Jennifer Lopez, Rihanna, Rachel McAdams, Lily Collins



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12. L'Wren Scott: Scott’s most famous customer of her eponymous fashion line is first lady Michelle Obama, who dons her embellished cardigans and simple, luxe dresses for public appearances. Her fiance, Mick Jagger (over whom the striking 6-foot-3-inch stylist towers by 5 inches), is not exactly low profile, either. Client Kidman is Scott’s main fashion avatar these days. The busy actress, who has three movies slated for release this year, including the thriller Stoker, wore a gold-embellished Versace studded gown to present at this year’s Globes and a glitzy gunmetal-gray Jean Paul Gaultier column to the CMAs. Kidman is also a fan of Scott’s clothing line (sold at Barneys and Maxfield), which recently expanded into an accessory line of luxury satchels. Parker often pulls together her own looks (with help from stylist Tracy Cox) but still calls on Scott, whom she’s known for a decade, to find the perfect high-fashion Chanel or Oscar de la Renta frock for major awards shows.

Clients: Nicole Kidman & Sarah Jessica Parker


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11. Jeanne Yang: Yang met her No. 1 female client, Holmes, while styling a Batman Begins photo shoot; dressing Cruise for Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol appearances naturally followed. (Yang will work with Bale for the upcoming The Dark Knight Rises.) “Jeanne doesn’t scrimp on the little things — it’s those details, like a leather collar on a delicate dress, that make the look work,” says Holmes, who is also Yang’s design partner for their Holmes & Yang luxury sportswear collection, sold exclusively at Barneys New York. “We both love to do research, do vintage shopping together, rip pages out of magazines and swap ideas,” Holmes says about their inspirations for the red carpet and their label. “It’s completely collaborative,” adds Yang. Holmes often steps out in their pieces, such as a tiered navy Swiss-dot dress with a sheer-top panel at the Ghost Protocol premiere in New York. But they also love looks by Azzedine Alaia, Tom Ford and Calvin Klein (Holmes wore a Calvin Klein sleek royal-blue dress to the Emmys). “We never take ourselves too seriously — we have so much fun in fittings,” says Yang. Chimes in Holmes, “Unless it’s a fat day.”

Clients: Katie Holmes, Tom Cruise, Andrew Garfield, Christian Bale, Mark Wahlberg, Dustin Hoffman


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10. Cristina Ehrlich: A pro for 17 years, the bicoastal Ehrlich styled commercials, movie posters and movie ads before showcasing her signature clean, timeless aesthetic on the red carpet. Cruz’s Grace Kelly-esque Armani Prive gray-blue dress paired with a diamond-wreath Chopard necklace for the Oscars is classic Ehrlich, as was Fey’s custom royal-blue peplum Oscar gown by Carolina Herrera. But Ehrlich can break out of the elegance mode for newer clients like The Rum Diary’s Heard, whom she put in body-conscious Zac Posen and Roland Mouret during awards season, and Ashley Greene, whom she draped in a sexy red Narciso Rodriguez for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1’s Toronto premiere. “For women like Tina and Julianna, who have walked the red carpet multiple times, it’s about getting them excited,” says Ehrlich. “For girls who are newer, it’s about finding a slammin’ dress.”

Clients: Penelope Cruz, Amy Adams, Amber Heard, Tina Fey, Julianna Margulies


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