15 Celebrities Before And After Getting A Stylist

Talk about a total transformation!

No matter how sharp a celeb’s innate sense of style is, having a stylist can elevate their fashion game to the next level — the before-and-after transformations can be pretty amazing.

Here are 15 celebs before and after getting a stylist:

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While promoting Slumdog Millionaire during the 2008 awards season, Dev Patel wore the blazer from his school uniform on the red carpet.

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However, designer Christopher Bailey, and his team at Burberry, “came to the rescue” just in time to dress Dev for the Oscars.

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This is what his red carpet style looks like now.

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For her very first movie premiere, Zendaya styled an outfit for herself out of clothes she had from Target.

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However, when she was 14, she decided she wanted help choosing an outfit for the Never Say Never premiere, so she worked with vintage shop owner-turned-stylist, Law Roach.

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Her Spider-Man: No Way Home costar and boyfriend, Tom Holland, got off to a simplistic start for his red carpet career.

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However, around the time he started dating Zendaya, he also started working with her stylist, Law Roach.

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This is Tom’s red carpet style now.

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Before her first red carpet, 12-year-old Kristen Stewart “was being weird” about her baby hairs, so she snipped them off herself.

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A few years later, her publicist matched her with stylist, Tara Swennen, and they’ve been working together ever since.

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This is Kristen’s red carpet style these days.

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Many designers refused to dress Gabourey Sidibe for her first major red carpet event in Cannes because of her size, so she bought a cute dress from Torrid herself.

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Then, she worked with a stylist who made promises she couldn’t deliver on, such as claiming that a high-end designer would make her a dress, then backtracking and saying it wasn’t going to happen.

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However, she eventually started working with Marcy Guevara-Prete, who was willing to scour the internet for outfits Gabourey loved.

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This is her red carpet style now.

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Amanda Seyfried “used the only money [she] had to buy a dress” for the Mean Girls premiere, but she “didn’t know any of the rules, so [she] was wearing a white bra and black underwear and no slips.”

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This is her red carpet style now.

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Back in 2012, Olivia Munn said she didn’t work with a stylist because she’d rather take the blame for a bad outfit herself, but she did admit to sending pictures of her outfits to her friend at vogue for advice.

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However, by 2018, she was working with stylist Jessica Paster, who ordered the actor’s SAG Awards dress online.

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This is Olivia’s current red carpet style.

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Early in her career, Taylor Swift’s style was very country chic.

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In 2008, stylist Joseph Cassell Falconer joined her team, and together, they leaned into a more sophisticated style.

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This is her red carpet style now.

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During her Disney days, Selena Gomez’s red carpet style felt very reminiscent of her Wizards of Waverly Place character, Alex Russo.

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However, at the 2014 Teen Choice Awards, she started working with stylist Kate Young, who helped her evolve into a more mature style.

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Here’s a recent example of her red carpet style.

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During their early Disney channel days, Demi Lovato was the best-dressed emo kid on the red carpet.

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They’ve worked with various stylists over the years, such as Avo Yermagyan.

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Most recently, they’ve been working with Law Roach, who put together this look in 2020.

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Jonah Hill used to use a stylist, but by 2018, he was no longer working with anyone.

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However, he decided to go back to using a stylist again and teamed up with Ezra Woods, who created these matching outfits for Jonah and his girlfriend, Sarah Brady.

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As a teenager, Gigi Hadid occasionally attended red carpet events with her famous parents.

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She knew Mimi Cuttrell through friends because they both played volleyball in Santa Barbara. They started working together a few years into Mimi’s career.

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This is one of Gigi’s most recent red carpet outfits.

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Beanie Feldstein used to style herself, including the time she wore her prom dress to the 2018 SAG Awards.

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For the Booksmart premiere in 2019, she made a last-minute call to stylist Erin Walsh, and they’ve been working together ever since.

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This is her red carpet style now.

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This is one of Lupita Nyong’o’s first red carpet outfits in 2013.

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Later that year, her Nonstop costar, Michelle Dockery, introduced her to the stylist she worked with, Micaela Erlanger, who then styled Lupita for the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival.

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Here’s a recent example of her red carpet style.

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And finally, Paris Hilton didn’t have a stylist when she first started in the entertainment industry — it was “all [her] own looks.”

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Eventually, Kim Kardashian worked as her stylist (and part-time closet organizer).

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Now, she works with stylist Sammy K.

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