If you’ve been keeping up with us here at Who What Wear UK, you’ll already know that Kendall Jenner’s style has undergone a rather edgy metamorphosis. While the model has never been one to shy from a statement piece, her recent looks have gone in a different direction. The black cycling shorts in Paris? Everything she wore at the Cannes Film Festival? This entire Louis Vuitton bum-bag combo?
The past few months have seen Kendall nailing the season’s trickiest trends nonstop, and it’s all down to a new hookup with über-stylist Marni Senofonte. While you might not know the stylist by name (yet), you’ve certainly already seen her work—namely on Beyoncé. That iconic pregnancy announcement? Styled by Senofonte. Bey’s visual album, Lemonade? All that lace and, of course, The Hat, came straight from Senofonte’s playbook. Not to mention the epic Formation World Tour wardrobe.
Labels from Gucci and Kenzo to Roberto Cavalli have all sought her skills to inject a particular kind of “cool” into campaigns, shows and more, while the likes of Ciara, Mary. J. Blige and Lauryn Hill all keep Senofonte on speed dial. Now it seems like Kendall’s ready for the Serafonte treatment, and with an Insta game like this, who can blame her?
Scroll down to see some of the best styling tricks Marni Senofonte has shared with her 151k-strong following on @marnixmarni, and then shop some of her key pieces below.
Tracksuit Styling Lesson:
Just tuck in a T-shirt à la Senofonte, and go.
Oversized Shirt Styling:
Senofonte got hers in the men’s department at Target—we’ll be shopping ours from Zara Men.
Classic LBD Update:
Sure, it’s a classic, but that doesn’t mean you can’t add a little edge with the silhouette.
Fresh Power Dressing:
Shoulder-slung bum bags? We’re in, especially when they’re this chic.
Pearls Go With Everything:
Yes to Statement Earrings:
Disco earrings and wide-leg denim are all you need to channel Funky Town.
Socks and Sandals:
Who can argue when your sandals are studded Gucci platforms?
Layer It Up:
The Senofonte spin on wedding guest dressing—only for the bold.
That Goes for Jewellery Too: