Born in Brooklyn, New York, and bred in Miami, Florida, Chaunielle is like a duchess of modern day renaissance. Schooled in Miami, by the "U," University of Miami, Hurricanes; she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Advertising and Graphic Design with a Minor in Marketing. She then attended the Miami International University, finally pursuing what is embedded in her DNA, fashion, trying her hand at Fashion Design, and completing an Associates Degree. Shortly after, she made her way to Italy, first in Rome, having the culturally inspiring opportunity to teach English to Italian children, and then Milan, where she concluded her schooling; achieving a Masters Degree in Fashion Communication from the Istituto Europeo di Design. She then worked interning, visuals and sales, with the commanding Philipp Plein, freelance styling in Milan and test shooting, working Milan Fashion week with Dossier Journal, as well as working with Diesel in Breganze and in Berlin, for Bread & Butter, assisting established Fashion Stylist John Colver. During her years in Europe, she traveled to Dusseldorf, Spain, Switzerland, France, Denmark, as well as London. After three years in Italy and fluent in Italian, she returned to her roots in New York City, where you can always find her in the downtown streets. The passions fueling her artistic flames led her to gaining knowledge with Interview, Vs. and BULLETT, Vogue Russia, Vanity Fair Italia and PORT Magazine. Since, she's been featured in FAULT, where she is a regular NYC Contributor, PLAYHAUS, Vanity Fair Italia, Elle Bulgaria, SCHÖN, Cool Korea, VULKAN, L-INK, Cosmopolitan Lithuania, The Dapifer and ELUCID. Celebrity styling has included most recently, Actor, Songwriter and Singer, Taryn Manning, of Netflix's Orange is the New Black, and editorial styling for Alicia Keys and Phoebe Ryan for UK's FAULT magazine. She can be embodied with various titles, but is known best for her work as a fashion stylist, writer, creative art director and videographer. In essence, she is a storyteller.

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