The A-List Stylists Worth Following During Awards Season

With the Golden Globes and Critics’ Choice Awards behind us, and the Baftas and Oscars still to come, our feeds have been flooded with the very best the red carpet has to offer. Behind these standout looks are some of fashion’s most talented – and often discreet – creatives. Want to know more about how they do it? These are the A-list stylists worth following on Instagram…
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Kate Young

One of the industry’s most revered red-carpet stylists, Kate Young’s A-list client roster includes Margot Robbie, Jennifer Lawrence, Selena Gomez and Michelle Williams. With both Margot and Michelle on the campaign trails for their latest film projects (Babylon and The Fabelmans, respectively) we can expect plenty of big fashion moments with Gucci, Chanel and Louis Vuitton likely to feature heavily.

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Elizabeth Saltzman

A former fashion editor, London-based Elizabeth Saltzman’s celebrity clients include Gwyneth Paltrow, Jodie Comer, Elizabeth Debicki and Julia Garner. The latter looked phenomenal in pink Gucci ruffles at the Globes, where she won the award for best supporting actress in a musical, comedy or drama for her role in Ozark.

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Nicky Yates

Nicky Yates is a London-based stylist whose long list of A-list clients includes Jessica Chastain, Julianne Moore, Elizabeth Olsen, Margaret Qualley, Daisy Edgar-Jones and Phoebe Dynevor. Given the recent announcement that Daisy will play legendary singer and songwriter Carole King in a new biopic titled Beautiful, we’re keen to see how her red-carpet style evolves in the future.

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Rebecca Corbin-Murray

Florence Pugh’s stylist, Rebecca Corbin-Murray, was rarely off our radar last year thanks to a stream of winning looks on the red carpet. She also styles British actress Lily James, up-and-comer Nico Parker and Salma Hayek. From Oscar De La Renta at the Critics’ Choice Awards to custom Versace, we’ll be keeping our eye on Rebecca’s account to see what Lily, in particular, wears next.

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Jennifer Austin

With a background in theatre and costume design, and work that’s featured in several major publications, Jennifer Austin’s celebrity clientele includes stars like Angela Bassett and Mel B. We love how she pushed the boundaries of what women of a certain age are expected to wear – always opting for energy, colour and bold shapes in a way that feels true to her client’s own personal style. Her looks during Angela Bassett’s Wakanda Forever press junkets really hit the mark – so we’re excited to see what she pulls out in the weeks to come. 

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Wayman Bannerman & Micah McDonald

This Los Angeles-based styling duo started their careers in different lanes – Wayman at Condé Nast and Micah with brands like Marc Jacobs. Today they work with some of Hollywood’s biggest names – from Tessa Thompson to Regina King. After a showstopping moment at the Critics’ Choice Awards, we’re most interested to see how they style Stephanie Hsu of Everything Everywhere All At Once next. 

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Elizabeth Stewart

Both a stylist and a fashion editor, Elizabeth spent 12 years working in the style department of the New York Times Magazine, and ten years at WWD and W Magazine. Now, she regularly works with the likes of Cate Blanchett, Julia Roberts, Gal Gadot, Amanda Seyfried and more – while also styling campaigns for major fashion publications. This awards season, we’ll be keeping an eye out for her client Viola Davis, who is nominated for The Woman King

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Jordan Johnson

Known for her vast industry experience and diverse portfolio of work, Jordan has styled some of Hollywood’s hottest actors and actresses, while also consulting with some of the industry’s biggest brands. Her celebrity clients include Jennifer Garner, Kiernan Shipka, Sandra Oh and Jennifer Lawrence, but this season all eyes are on Michelle Yeo, who’s earnt multiple nominations for her performance in Everything Everywhere All At Once. 

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