Being the most famous six-year-old in the world means that you need to look good all the time. And it appears that Blue Ivy isn’t taking any risks having hired a professional stylist to guarantee it.
No doubt some of the reason she has a personal stylist is to make sure she can keep up with her incredibly famous and stylish parents. The world around knows that Beyoncé never lets up her style and Jay Z is one of the biggest rappers in the world. So it only makes sense that Blue Ivy has a personal stylist, right?
Well, apparently yes. The man behind Blue Ivy’s killer looks is Manuel Mendez. Mendez has been a member of the Beyoncé team since 2009 when he was hired as a personal assistant in Beyoncé’s company Parkwood Entertainment.
It was just last week that Beyoncé herself confirmed the rumours that Mendez was, in fact, Blue Ivy Carter’s personal stylist and shopper. And it seems that the power couple is on a mission to ensure that they have the best looking six-year-old in America with regular style updates.
One of the more recent and most memorable styling numbers that Manuel Mendez has had Blue Ivy in was the personalised white Valery Kovalska tuxedo pantsuit that she wore to the Grammy Awards earlier this year paired with glittery silver Mary Janes.
The help doesn’t stop there either as Mendez has been regularly documenting the fashion evolution over Instagram since he began working with Blue Ivy. Her debut came in 2013 wearing a leopard print swimsuit and there have been no signs of slowing down since with regular postings including the designer’s names and hashtag #KidsStyle.
Hopefully, this trend continues as Ivy grows up because there is nothing more impressive than a girl with her personal stylist and shopper. Blue Ivy will be looking a million bucks for many years to come and Manuel Mendez, I’m sure, is making a big reputation from it.
As for Beyoncé, it appears that the new style and lavish nature of Blue Ivy’s clothing is making the perfect complement to Queen B’s stunning looks and could be the reasoning behind the move. I mean, you six year old needs to look as good as you 100% of the time, right?