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Stacey Cunningham is a noted Fashion Stylist holding immaculate expertise in photo shoots and video projects. She is known for her fresh styling and also for being intensively involved in all her projects. Stacey studied fine art and photography at the Carnegie Mellon Pre-college Academy in Pittsburgh, her hometown in Pennsylvania. She also pursued fashion/apparel design from Central Saint Martins and moved on to earn her BFA from Parsons School of Design, with a specialization in women’s wear design. She began her career as a design assistant to Vera Wang, Rachel Roy, Colette Malouf, and Marc Jacobs. However, soon she realized she enjoyed photoshoots more than design and decided to shift gears into styling.
Soon Stacey was working as an in-house stylist at the print advertising division of Nordstrom’s. A relocation to New York put her work on the front and won her several coveted clients including Kate Spade, Maison Kitsune, and Glamour Italia. She collaborated with many top photographers like Perry Ogden, Olivia Malone, Jenny Gage & Tom Betterton, Nagi Sakai, Cliff Watts, Jennifer Livingston, Luca Babini, Demian Smith & Christine Suarez, Tommy Ton, and Clement Pascal. Some of the brands that love to work with her are Nordstrom, Asics, Reebok, Free People, Nike, Nuuly, Anthropologie, Land’s End, TJ Maxx, Covergirl, Eloquii, Athleta, Elizabeth Arden, Hane’s, and Champion. A few names from her long list of editorial clients are Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar Arabia, Numero Russia, Elle Czech, L’Officiel Baltics, Glamour Mexico & Latin America, Galore, Glamour Italia, Paper, Cosmopolitan, People, Refinery 29, Glass Magazine, Mojeh, Vestal, DVeight, Darling Magazine, 1883, and Monrowe.