CELEBRITY FASHION STYLIST, CO-FOUNDER/CREATIVE + STYLE DIRECTOR, FASHION EDITOR & TV PERSONALITY

Kimmie Smith

 
 
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CO-FOUNDER/CREATIVE + STYLE DIRECTOR, FASHION EDITOR, CELEBRITY FASHION STYLIST & TV PERSONALITY

As a Celebrity Fashion Stylist and Style Director of Athleisure Mag, co-founder Kimmie Smith's focus is to continue the mission of the publication that is the first media house to identify and define athleisure culture as it pertains to the intersectionality of lifestyle vectors of fashion, fitness, style, beauty, travel, culinary, music, wellness, and entertainment.

Kimmie is a Celebrity Fashion Stylist, designer of Romply and Accessory Expert, and formerly Fashion Editor of DJ Mag, contributor to Vogue Italia, MIMI (Time Inc beauty platform) and Luxury Daily. Her work has appeared in Esquire, The Fashionisto, Ellements Magazine, and Velvet Magazine (Dubai) to name a few. Kimmie has styled a number of celebrities/personalities including Miss America 2019, Miss Ecuador 2019, BRAVO’s Vanderpump Rules’ Lala Kent, FOX’s The Real Co-host Jeannie Mai, Showtime’s Ray Donovan star Pooch Hall, 2 X Olympic Fencer Medalist Dagmara Wozniak, WWE Diva/E! Total Divas Natalya, Celebrity Trainer/BRAVO Work Out New York's Layla Luciano, STARZ Network's Flesh & Bone/CBS Code Black Emily Tyra, Nile Rodgers, INAS X, and more. Her work has also been shown on TV anchors for VH-1 (Delaina Dixon), ESPN NFL Live Field Yates, ESPN's SportsCenter (Toni Collins, Sarina Morales and Dianna Russini), OK! Magazine TV. Her work has also been seen on red carpets for the Emmys, series and season premiers for Netflix's Luke Cage and OWN's Queen Sugar.

She has appeared on a range of style segments, including ABC, Arise 360, Better TV, CBS, CW, FOX, Meredith Vieira Show, NBC, Style Code Live/Amazon and regularly on HSN for her artisan collaboration line with Sebago footwear. Kimmie has been a spokesperson for several brands across fashion, accessories, beauty and technology, including Crest 3D White, Dryel, Intel, Microsoft, Tweezerman and Diageo.