Rob & Mariel / Bio

Creative team Rob Zangardi and Mariel Haenn are celebrity stylists responsible for creating some of the most iconic style images of entertainment’s most celebrated artists—Jennifer Lopez, Camila Cabello, Cara Delevingne, Gwen Stefani, Hailee Steinfeld, Ciara, Rachel McAdams and Lily Collins, among others. Rob and Mariel have established themselves as two of the best in the business, being highly successful at aiding artists in developing their respective personal styles and individual brands. Their consistent ability to transform clients into prominent fashion figures has earned them a spot on The Hollywood Reporter’s prestigious “25 Most Powerful Stylists” list since its inaugural issue, including the cover position in 2013 and 2017.

Rob and Mariel’s success originated in the styling world and now extends across a wide range of design, as well as image-consulting experience and expertise. In addition to inventing and reinventing A-list stars for on and off-screen appearances, they are the creative directors of Jennifer Lopez’s collaboration with Kohl’s as well as eyewear brand Prive Reveaux. Their expertise has been tapped for a wide range of design projects with high-end fashion houses, including Gucci, Jeremy Scott, and Kanye West’s first runway fashion collection. As costume designers, they have worked with mega-brands such as Doritos, Pepsi, CoverGirl, L’Oreal and MAC, as well as multiple international stage tours and Las Vegas residencies (Rihanna’s “Last Girl On Earth”, Gwen Stefani’s “This Is What The Truth Feels Like” and “Just a Girl” and Jennifer Lopez’s “Dance Again”, “All I Have”, and “It’s My Party”). They have also conceptualized treatments for high production music videos.

Rob and Mariel see creating a look as one aspect of the larger goal: creating a brand. Their work with some of today’s most influential fashion icons and companies has equipped them with the experience, forward thinking vision and professionalism required to develop and guide each client, leaving an indelible impression.