Shiona Turini featured in New York Times magazine
Top Bermudian fashion stylist Shiona Turini, who worked on Beyonce’s Formation video, has been featured in The New York Times' T Magazine.
Ms Turini was chosen as the first influencer to be profiled in the first instalment of the fashion magazine’s beauty column on Sunday. She detailed the products she uses as part of her beauty regimen.
She makes mention of Bermuda briefly in an interview saying: “I like Salt Spray Soap Co.’s Whipped Body Butter, which I stock up on every time I go home to Bermuda (I’m a true island girl).”
T Magazine has a readership of 4.4 million people.
Ms Turini is a consultant, stylist, and costume designer who has carved out a brilliant career in fashion magazines and commercial styling, music videos and the red carpet.
She collaborated with Solange Knowles on her videos featuring Black women entitled, Don’t Touch My Hair and Cranes in the Sky.
She served as a contributing editor for New York Magazine's The Cut and consulted and styled for the Bermuda Tourism Authority, and brands including Christian Dior and Elle.com.
She has worked as a costume designer on HBO’s Insecure as well as Universal Pictures Queen & Slim, which earned her a Costume Designers Guild Award nomination.