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The glitz and glamour of entertainment is nothing without the people who dress today’s biggest stars. For “Who’s Behind the Clothes,” HuffPost spotlights stylists and costume designers who have delivered some of our favorite celebrities’ or characters’ most memorable looks.

"That thing about Black shows back then,” said Ceci, “Black shows did not get the same budget as white shows."
Michelle Matland would study the Murdochs and other wealthy people as she envisioned the HBO show's costume design.
Courtney Mays styled the WNBA legend for her final season in the league — and most of her clients are athletes.
Ivy Coco Maurice is the architect behind the "Abbott Elementary" star's critically acclaimed red carpet looks.
The "Harlem" designer dished on what fashion audiences can expect in Season 2 of Tracy Oliver’s Prime Video series, streaming Feb. 3.
Emmy winner Zerina Akers on how she became Beyoncé’s stylist and about dressing powerful Black women in entertainment.
Ade Samuel uses bright colors, patterns and innovative prints to dress celebrities like Letitia Wright, Michael B. Jordan and Khalid.
"We are all beautiful, and we all deserve to be treated respectfully when it comes to fashion," said Susan Moses, who has styled everyone from Brandy to Mo'Nique.
Gersha Phillips spoke about the role of clothes in telling stories and portraying a pre-colonial African kingdom.
The 29-year-old Nigerian American creative director has made a name for himself dressing celebrities on the covers of GQ, Teen Vogue, Essence Magazine and more.
Ayanna James Kimani has worked on “Queen Sugar” and “All American: Homecoming.”
Celebrity stylist and creative director Bryon Javar is the brain behind Brunson's off-screen looks.