Born in Canada, raised in Kansas, thriving in New York City.
Jillian Amos first started her styling career in Kansas City at age 17. She moved to NYC to study at The Fashion Institute of Technology where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor's Degree in Fashion Merchandising and specialization in Product Development.
She has accrued an extensive background in editorial, celebrity clientele, e-commerce, and advertorials by working under high fashion stylists. Her publication history includes assisting Vogue US/Spain/Mexico/Italia/Hommes International/Teen Vogue, W, Harper's Bazaar, Marie Claire, Rolling Stones, Dazed & Confused, Grazia France/Mexico among many others. She is most grateful to have worked with Fashion Directors/Editors such as Edward Enninful, Joanna Hillman, Michael Philouze, Katie Shillingford, Robbie Spencer, Sarah Richardson, Marie-Amélie Sauvé, Lori Goldstein, Marina Gallo and Melaney Oldenhof.
She has worked over ten seasons of New York Fashion Week and one season in Paris, assisting stylists in prepping and producing the show from start to finish for international designers. She has a natural talent for trend forecasting and is sought out by Fashion Editors and stylists for trend reports and shoot concept inspiration.
She recently started a fashion foundation called Fashion Feed New York and has a vision to revolutionize social responsibility within the fashion industry.
Foxandthefound.com is her international music and fashion blog where she posts original photos and music from around the world.
"My style is unexpected, inspiring, relatable and trend forward. As a stylist one must be a chameleon, having the ability to transform and cater looks to the target audience that are aspirational yet tangible while maintaining the integrity and taste of the client." -Jillian Amos
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