New Yorker stylist Amia Serrano proves in her work that she is indeed a fashion conscious. It’s inspiring for me to look up to fashion designers/photographers and stylists to have a look at their work. Looking at hard dedication proves just how much time management you put in to be successful. Here we take a journey through her work!
With a variety of experience, Serrano has worked with Open Lab Magazine, Relaspe Magazine, Kraven Magazine, and Bridal Tribe Magazine. With also an internship with a fashion editor! It doesn’t stop there; safe to say Serrano is doing her thing! Correctly and efficiently that is. However, beneficial to graduates and inspiring stylists to get out there and work with your talent. A proven dedicated and committed stylist. Serrano’s goal is to be a well-known celebrity stylist, and she knows she can make dreams a reality. With a bit more help, she’s on her way there.
Lets take a look at her wonderful creations…
As a lover of black and white photography I can safely say I fell in love with everything about this photo. The combination of the composition, the way the garment is structured, and the bone structure. Doing it right!
When I first saw this it instantly just made me cheery! The coat is beautiful, and I love the deep red to compliment the smile. The umbrella adds a nice touch of all those years you’d go on family holidays as a child and order a mock tail with an umbrella in it…
I love how simplistic but yet beautiful this image is. The clothes compliment the Spring/Summer background and bring an all round vibrate feel. Perfect for summer.
Another favourite! The colours are beautiful in this, and I love the volumised hair with the simplicity of the dress. Even how the dress is perfectly creased, no irons required here.
Yes I love menswear too. What really strikes me about this is the lovely blues, mustard and blue are colours I’d never associate; however after looking at this I now think again…
Let’s take a look at what stylist Amia, reveals to Amor!
Your porfolio is nuts! Who and what gave you such an inspiration?
A: Thank you! I told myself I want to be diverse in my styling so I guess I can say that all that inspiration was built around the concepts for each shoot.
What is your style/dress sense?
A: Classic, simple and versatile.
Who is your favourite fashion designer?
A: I don’t have a particular favorite, I am just drawn to certain designers more than others.
Why made you want to do styling?
A: I’d rather put a whole look together rather than design each piece of that look.
Did you ever think you were going to do as much, as you have done?
A: No. Haha. God has blessed me with a lot of opportunities including this interview and it’s cool to look back and see how far I’ve came.
What’s it like working with ‘The Network’?
A: It’s been interesting, but in a good way. This is my first time being represented, so it’s a learning experience. Again, I’ve been blessed with a lot of opportunities with The Network.
What’s been your best experience so far?
A: Styling Recording Artist Mashonda and her Life Style Her video for Russell Simmons’GlobalGrind.com.
Other than loving fashion so much, what do you like doing?
A: Reading – magazines, The Word, self-help books.
Are you French knickers, thong, or granny pants kind of girl?
A: Never tried French knickers, so I’d say thong.
Where do you see your self in five years time?
A: Having done a few spreads in Top magazines and a list of celebrity clientele.
What advice would you give someone starting out?
Network, get an internship and keep at it because it takes time to build.
You can also check out Amia Serrano’s website at : www.amiaserrano.com Or even follow her on Twitter: @AmiaSerrano