Elizabeth Stewart is a Los Angeles-based celebrity stylist and fashion editor.
She spent twelve years working in the style department of the New York Times Magazine, and 10 years at WWD and W Magazine, getting her start in the Paris office.
She works with Cate Blanchett, Julia Roberts, Jessica Chastain, Gal Gadot, Viola Davis, Amanda Seyfried, Sandra Bullock, Rebel Wilson, and Zoey Deutch for their red carpet appearances and brand collaborations.
She works with photographers such as Tom Munro, Carter Smith, Matthias Vriens-McGrath, Alexi Lubomirski, and Mert & Marcus. Her recent work has appeared in Harper’s Bazaar, Vanity Fair, Interview, Marie Claire, and L’Uomo Vogue.
She has also styled campaigns for Lancome, Revlon, Maybelline, Armani perfume, Piaget, H. Stern, Tiffany & Co, Givenchy perfume, SK-II, Calzedonia, Guess, Bebe, and Neutrogena.
She is the founder of Chic Relief together with stylist Jordan Grossman and their group of fashionable fellow stylists, clients and friends. They came together to donate and collect gently used designer fashion items from fellow stylists and celebrity closets to sell to raise money for those in need. Designer brands such as Burberry, Gucci, and Louis Vuitton quickly jumped on board to donate new or lightly used items as well. 100% of the proceeds from each sale goes straight to a charitable organization. The charity chosen for launch was Direct Relief.org and Chic Relief was able to raise 100k dollars for them, partly funded with help from Ebay who matched all final bids in the off site auction. The current recipient is Facing History.org which fights bigotry and racism through the power of education.
She is represented by The Wall Group and you can find her portfolio HERE