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Caitlyn Jenner ‘teaming with top TV stylist’

Published 09/07/2015

Caitlyn Jenner
Caitlyn Jenner

Caitlyn Jenner has reportedly had Hollywood’s stop stylists clamouring to work with her.

Fashion fans will know Patricia is the lady behind Carrie Bradshaw’s, played by Sarah Jessica Parker, iconic Sex and the City looks.

And it seems that Caitlyn is keen to utilise her style credentials.

“Caitlyn’s transformation has been carefully planned, and she’s been consulting with various stylists since before the Vanity Fair shoot. Patricia has helped with a couple of outfits. Caitlyn’s attitude has always been that if she’s going to do it, she’s going to do it properly,” a source told British magazine Grazia.

It was at the beginning of June that Caitlyn, formerly known as Bruce, unveiled her new look to the world on the cover of Vanity Fair.

Since then she’s been spotted out in an array of glamorous outfits, complete with long flowing hair and natural looking make-up.

She’s also just shot elegant new photos for her upcoming E! Show I Am Cait, wearing a floor-length black gown with a lace panel over the back of the shoulders.

As well as working with Patricia, the former Olympian has also reportedly been talking to Laverne Cox’s stylist Christina Pacelli and will be showing her style transformation on her new series.

“Caitlyn loves the way that Laverne and Christina collaborate on her look. She’s been consulting with a variety of stylists as she finds her fashion feet, and Hollywood’s top people have been clamouring to get her on their books,” the source said.

“Caitlyn wants to show the fun side of her journey as well as covering some more serious ground [on her show]. She waited 65 years to get dressed up, and now she intends to enjoy it.”

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