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We invaded super celebrity stylist Nicole Chavez’s fashion studio, where she talks about her fashion forward clients and ...
a few of her coveted fashion treasures! Mastermind behind Rachel Bilson, Scarlett Johansson, and Kristen Bell’s unique and individual styles, Nicole Chavez also reveals her breakthrough red carpet moment and when she finally considered herself a stylist!
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Meet Nicole Chavez - Stylist to Rachel Bilson, Scarlett Johansson, & Kristen Bell
Female: We talked with celebrity stylist Nicole Chavez, the mastermind behind Kristen Bell, Scarlett Johansson and Rachel Bilson’s stylish ensembles. We found out about their individual style and she showed us her most treasured fashion possessions.
Nicole: Hi I’m Nicole Chavez, and I’m a fashion stylist. I work with Rachel Bilson, Kristen Bell, Scarlett Johansson, Catherine Zeta Jones, Katherine Heigl, a lot of really amazing women.
I actually was a nanny when I got my first break as an assistant to the customer designer and I was -- worked on OC which is where I met Rachel Bilson who became my first client.
My first fashion week when I saw my name Nicole Chavez on the chair at an Oscar de la Renta show and I was like okay actually it’s coming and it’s going on so. Happy that I actually had it named on my seat.
With my first paycheck, I bought this Fendi soft bag. I just told myself that I would always buy a luxury item on a every big job or movie and I’ve been doing that every since. I live in Hollywood, so I see some crazy characters and some crazy outfits. I’m a real people watcher, I love airports. I’m always inspired by what other people are wearing.
I would say unlike eclectic lady. I love prints. I love animal prints, zebra, leopard. I'm to really drawn to ethnic prints, classic and beautiful with a little twist.
They’re all sets different unique woman and it is just a great experience to get to play dress up with them and bring these great fashions to life. Kristen Bell is energy and life and fun. I really like to express that part her personality at a Teen Choice Awards she wore, a really fantastic dress by Stella McCartney.
When I saw Kristen, I like to go to brands like Jenni Kayne, Yigal Azrouel and Top Shop. Rachel Bilson’s style is ever changing. It’s eclectic. It’s Bohemian. It’s sophisticated. I feel like if she wasn’t an actress, she would be a fashion editor.
I like to pull designers like Phillip Lim, 2.1, Top Shop, Preen, Valentino, Fun by Carpet dresses. When I first style of wardrobe Scarlett Johansson, her style would be considered like old Hollywood and now I think it’s a little more sleek. I definitely pull silhouette that are more fitted for her, she’s a risk taker.
This would be my version on little whack dress and I got from Jenni Kayne. This ox belted jacket was actually a gift from Kristen. Another one of my favorite dresses will be this YSL three quarter sleeve fitted dress. I went and tracked it down and it was like the one left in the world and it was like a size 12.
Here is the key piece for every woman to own, I would say it’s a tan trench coat. You can add it over anything and it looks super chic. I'm really into the Chloe camel trouser, camel coat. My advice to aspiring stylist or fashionistas would be experience is probably the most important thing and being open to new experiences. I mean I would do my job for free. I just got lucky because I get paid.