Kendall Jenner and Beyonce’s Stylist Created a Unique Look With 3 Target Men's Shirts

Marni Senofonte is a celebrity stylist who isn’t afraid to mix high-end and affordable designers. (Photo:  marnixmarni/Instagram)

Marni Senofonte might not be a recognizable name — but she styles some of the biggest celebs in the entertainment industry. Kendall Jenner, Ciara, Jay Z, and Beyoncé are just a few of the stars on her client list. One interesting note about Senofonte is that despite dressing the uber-wealthy celeb set — who she often outfits in expensive looks from luxe brands — she isn’t afraid to mix high and low end designers.

Alongside red carpet snaps of the celebrity styles she crafts, she also shares pictures of unique looks she created from affordable brands, like Target, on her Instagram account.

The stylist, who got her start in the industry as an assistant to designer Norma Kamali, recently shared a look she constructed with three men’s shirts she bought from Target.


“Same late night run @target… another mens dept find…3 Merona mens button downs,” she wrote. She also detailed the manner in which she styled the look. “Small, medium & large. Small goes on first, medium layered over small, large gets wrapped around waist.”

The post was met with a number of comments praising the look. “Such a creative mind. A true stylist,” one user commented. “You’ve got us all running to the men’s section at Target now,” another added.

She posted another ensemble from the late-night run to the retailer, modeling an oversized blue pajama set with platform heels and cool shades.


“Look what my late night run @Target yielded,” she detailed in the caption, dubbing her men’s two-piece $24.99 pajama set, ‘TarGucci.’ She also decribed that the look could be, ‘worn high waisted or low,’ and called it her ‘new summer uniform.'”

Users again complimented Senofonte for her unusual perspective. “It’s crazy @marnixmarni but you can make a garbage bag look good! #truefashionistagenius,” one commented.

The stylist has also experimented with pieces from Ikea. She created a $5 prom-inspired look with blue bags from the retailer in late May.


“Balencikea,” she cheekily captioned the shot. “Now gimme my crown and sash. Ha! But if I could do it all over again.”

While Senofonte loves to share her affordable — and creative — designs on her account, she also proudly displays her clients’ looks. She recently shared a street style snap of Jenner wearing designer Wolk Morais in New York City.


The stylist also shared a snap of the model in a silver, figure-hugging gown she selected.


The innovator is definitely one to keep on your radar.

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