Artist 2 Artist is a blog series that gives you a unique view of artists, as they are interviewed by another artist, it gives you a different perspective on the role of an artist and their craft, their business and their personal hustle.
Fashion Stylist, up and coming Designer, Wardrobe Rehabilitation Specialist, Blogger and Vlogger Jaikeyl Douglin Brings fashion and style to Ohio and beyond via New York City.
After more than a decade of immersing herself in Fashion, Style and Make up in New York City, the only next logical move was to take the next steps and become a personal style consultant/stylist/ make –up artist.
Love for the fashion industry birthed a Blog and Vlog, and after a few years of branding and marketing experiments Fashion Under $50 has come to be.
An innovative stylist with an eye for cutting edge dipped in the stability of classic pieces, Jaikeyl has an enthusiastic and bubbly approach to styling. Not a fan of cookie cutter or “uniform” style, Jaikeyl sits with each client and listens to who they are and what they would like to become/ add on to their clothing personality. Her eye and swift perception allow her to quickly assess and input ideas that update the once mundane to exciting.
A key differentiator to her styling approach, is inviting the Holy Spirit in to lead in understanding why people have become stuck in a fashion rut, choose the clothes that they choose, can’t move to the next level of style.
“Clothes is a topical solution, Christ is a complete solution.” Having an eye for style and a heart for people has allowed her the chance to pave a new road in the fashion and styling industry.
Jaikeyl’s ability to mix patterns and see the use and re-use in clothing articles has allowed her to amass a versatile style, averaging well under $50 per piece* (shoes not included ;-))
· Jaikeyl Has studied Marketing and Design at FIT, She has taken MAC Pro make up classes which allow her to be a full hands-on Stylist and make –up artist at photo shoots.
· Jaikeyl has work with Cleve Corye Photography, Derrel Anthony Photography, and Lawrence Young Photography as well as numerous pop up fashion shows throughout New York City over the course of a decade.
“You don’t have to go broke to be stylish; if you’ve gone broke in the quest to obtain style, you’re doing something wrong” – Jaikeyl Douglin