Jacci Jaye is a NYC based Fashion Stylist and Costume Designer, working in advertising and editorial print, film, theater, and television. She is union represented, USA-829, as well as an active member of NYWIFT (New York Women in Film and Television), and the UFC (Under Fashion Club). Jacci has had the privilege of working with photographers and directors from around the world on lingerie campaigns, fashion editorials, advertising campaigns, luxury and jewelry campaigns, look books, e-commerce, industrials, theater productions, feature films, and commercials.
Jacci has styled and designed for both men and women, and along with her commercial styling, also has several personal clients which she provides services for image consulting and personal shopping/styling. In 2014 Jacci launched “Wall Street Stylist” which caters to styling busy male executives, as well as provides services for personal shopping and bespoke tailoring. Please contact for rate sheet and packages.
Jacci also specializes in corsetry, and has her own collection which has been featured on celebrities, rockstars, models, television personalities, fashionistas, pin up models, burlesque performers, and in several fashion magazines. She also teaches Corsetry at FIT. You can view Jacci’s corsets here: CORSETS
Jacci has built her reputation through her keen sense of style, her ability to be a team player, her intense passion and drive, and her cool demeanor in making “magic” happen.
Commercial Styling clients include: Stuart Weitzman, Coach, Fila, Orchard Brands/Blair, Bare Necessities, Blue Man Group, Cityzen by Azin, Milk PEP, Hanes Brands, Oppenheimer Funds, Pfizer, Lands End, Chase Bank, Vineyard Vines, Victorinox, Corbis, Samsung, Just My Size, Colgate, Proctor & Gamble, Wachovia Bank, Citizen, Marc Ecko, Coogi, Fubu, Snapple, Lawrence Hospital, Hunter Douglass, Humira, The Onion News Network, Harpers Bazaar, L’officiel Magazine, Plus Model Magazine, Eluxe Magazine, Cool America Magazine, Gothic Beauty Magazine, Tattoo Life Magazine, Urban Ink Magazine, HEEB Magazine, Millennium Magazine, and Lucire Magazine.