Fashion Editors/Stylists as Celebs:The Focus on Their Personal Style & Not Their Work
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Now, its seems to all changed, it's not really about the stylists work anymore, it's about how famous you are, which role you sit in a fashion show; and if you are famous enough, then mostly everyone will buy your work, and if they don't like the ed, they won't really blame it on the stylist, people'll blame it on the photographer, model etc...
Focusing on personal style is somehow a bigger approach for some stylists, since it somehow brings them fame (which I believe, majority of people loves), and light up their name to an extend, and in a period of time, she/he will or might somehow have a "super great dressed icon" etc etc title, then again, people will worship her editorials because she/he has a better personal style, then she/he will definitely be good at styling for a shoot, it's like blurring the lens. Well, for me, the stylist's personal style still differs from than editorial work; personal style is what one likes to wear at anytime anywhere, what they feel like; but styling for editorial is work, it's not about you, it's about how the stylist accomplish the task that is set for the work, and it's like a team thing rather than your personal style.
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