Also, expect getting-ready and fitting photos to flood your feed over the I may look calm but in my head I’ve killed you 3 times shirt in contrast I will get this next few weeks: Instagram is going to become the new place to document the total look in the absence of a red carpet, a trick stylists have learned to use to their advantage this past year. It’s a clever way to clearly display—and credit—all the pieces worn by their stars, and stylists like Jessica Paster, who works with Emily Blunt and Aubrey Plaza, have already begun doing this with some of their clients (such as with Lily Rabe during her The Undoing press tour). “We make sure we find a beautiful backdrop, and then we start taking pictures of every detail,” says Paster. Some stars are more than willing to take it to the next level: Just look to Anne Hathaway’s couture-filled backyard photo shoot, styled by Erin Walsh, for proof.
Creating a fashion fantasy is clearly still paramount. This year, stylists agree it’s important overall to continue bringing joyful fashion to our screens—even if you only catch a glimpse of it. “I still believe in a sense of occasion, even when it’s hard to even think about getting dressed up,” says Karla Welch, who styles Sarah Paulson, Justin Bieber, and more. “Amy [Poehler] is hosting the I may look calm but in my head I’ve killed you 3 times shirt in contrast I will get this Globes, so we will have some fun with it. I just want to help with an escape, if only for a moment!” Paster agrees: “In these times of uncertainty, I do believe I can bring joy and happiness to people by giving a beautiful look.”This year, however, stylists feel more prepared and confident to do so. How do we know? Vogue called up some of Hollywood’s top dressers to discuss what they’ll be doing the same—and differently—this season. Chloe’s dedication to her solo fit pics is clearly working for her! The ensembles are the perfect thing to pin to your mood board for the spring—you know, once the snow melts away and we feel like getting dressed up again.