15 celebrities before and after finding a stylist

Talk about a total transformation!

No matter how honed a celebrity’s innate sense of style, having a stylist can take their fashion game to the next level – before and after makeovers can be pretty stunning.

Here are 15 celebrities before and after finding a stylist:

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While promoting Slumdog Millionaire during the 2008 awards season, Dev Patel wore his school uniform blazer 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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Here’s what her red carpet style looks like now.

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For her very first movie premiere, Zendaya styled an outfit from clothes she got from Target.

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However, when she was 14, she decided she needed help choosing an outfit for the Never say never first, so she worked with Law Roach, owner of a vintage shop turned stylist.

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His Spider-Man: No Coming Home costar and boyfriend, Tom Holland, got off to a simplistic start to 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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It’s Tom’s red carpet style now.

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Before her first red carpet, 12-year-old Kristen Stewart “was weird” about her baby hair, so she cut it herself.

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

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It’s Kristen’s red carpet style these days.

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Many designers refused to dress Gabourey Sidibe for her first big red carpet event in Cannes due to her height, so she bought herself a pretty dress from Torrid.

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Then she worked with a stylist who made promises she couldn’t keep, like claiming a high-end designer would make her a dress, then backtracking and saying it wouldn’t happen.

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

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It’s her red carpet style now.

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Amanda Seyfried “used the only money [she] had to buy a dress” for mean girls first, but she “didn’t know any of the rules, so [she] wore a white bra and black underwear and no panties.”

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It’s her red carpet style now.

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In 2012, Olivia Munn said she didn’t work with a stylist because she’d rather take responsibility for a bad outfit herself, but she admitted to sending pictures of her outfits to her friend at vogue for advice.

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However, in 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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At the start of her career, Taylor Swift’s style was very country chic.

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

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It’s her red carpet style now.

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During her Disney days, Selena Gomez’s red carpet style reminded her a lot the Wizards of Waverly Place character, Alex Russo.

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

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

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When the Disney Channel started, Demi Lovato was the best-dressed emo kid on the red carpet.

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

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More recently, they worked with Law Roach, who created 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 as they both played volleyball in Santa Barbara. They started working together a few years after the start of 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 her hair, including when she wore her prom dress to the 2018 SAG Awards.

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For the Library premiering in 2019, she called stylist Erin Walsh at the last minute, and they’ve been working together ever since.

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It’s 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, she Nonstop The costar, Michelle Dockery, introduced her to the stylist she worked with, Micaela Erlanger, who went on to style Lupita for the Toronto International Film Festival in 2013.

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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 started in the entertainment industry – that was “everything [her] own appearance.”

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

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Now she works with stylist Sammy K.

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