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What’s your personal style?  Badass chic. I love oxymorons, therefore my styling always mixes contrasting concepts: the art aesthetic of Alexander McQueen, the deconstructive edge of Gareth Pugh, the sophistication of Yves Saint Laurent, and the color pops of Prada.

What’s your personal style? 

Badass chic. I love oxymorons, therefore my styling always mixes contrasting concepts: the art aesthetic of Alexander McQueen, the deconstructive edge of Gareth Pugh, the sophistication of Yves Saint Laurent, and the color pops of Prada.

How are you involved in the fashion industry ?  I am a freelance fashion stylist and brand consultant. I have been trained under the genius of Edward Enninful, Katie Shillingford and Marie Amelie Sauve, etc. I have been blessed to work with various publications such as W, Italian Vogue, and Dazed and Confused. Recently, I have been brand consulting for a few different designers, emerging and established.

How are you involved in the fashion industry ? 

I am a freelance fashion stylist and brand consultant. I have been trained under the genius of Edward Enninful, Katie Shillingford and Marie Amelie Sauve, etc. I have been blessed to work with various publications such as W, Italian Vogue, and Dazed and Confused. Recently, I have been brand consulting for a few different designers, emerging and established.


  Look 3, styled by Jillian Amos Diesel leather vest, $450, denim shirt, $178, cardigan, $350, dress (worn as cape), $268, sequin tank dress, $298, and jeans, $148, at Diesel 5th Avenue boutique and Diesel.com How would you describe the look you styled?  Diesel gone deconstructed. The look can be worn many ways. It is relevant to various consumers as they can choose to style it differently by highlighting other pieces. To each their own. What was the starting point for you when you put this look together?  The denim was my starting point. I chose denim jeans with a 1950s high waisted fit paired with a denim shirt. That look is classic and never goes out of style. You can see someone wearing this outfit…walking the streets of downtown New York or London's East End.   

 

Look 3, styled by Jillian Amos

Diesel leather vest, $450, denim shirt, $178, cardigan, $350, dress (worn as cape), $268, sequin tank dress, $298, and jeans, $148, at Diesel 5th Avenue boutique and Diesel.com

How would you describe the look you styled? 

Diesel gone deconstructed. The look can be worn many ways. It is relevant to various consumers as they can choose to style it differently by highlighting other pieces. To each their own.

What was the starting point for you when you put this look together? 

The denim was my starting point. I chose denim jeans with a 1950s high waisted fit paired with a denim shirt. That look is classic and never goes out of style. You can see someone wearing this outfit…walking the streets of downtown New York or London's East End. 

 


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