Arianne Phillips is one of the most unique creative forces in the fashion and entertainment industries. As a multi-dimensional visual artist, she brings her exemplary vision to film, fashion, theater, opera, music, and media.

Known for her cutting-edge designs, Phillips’s Costume Design work has been recognized with Oscar nominations for Jim Mangold’s WALK THE LINE and Madonna’s W.E. She received a Tony nomination for the Broadway musical HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH and a BAFTA nomination for Tom Ford’s A SINGLE MAN as well as seven Costume Designers Guild Award nominations, including an Award for Excellence in Period Film for W.E.

Arianne recently designed Quentin Tarantino’s next film, ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Margot Robbie, Brad Pitt, and Al Pacino. She returned to Broadway with the world premiere of the Go-Go’s musical, HEAD OVER HEELS, in July 2018. And her third collaboration with director Michael Mayer, for Nico Mulhy’s opera MARNIE, opened at The Metropolitan Opera in New York in October 2018. Its world premiere was at The English National Opera in London.

Her distinguished film career also includes Tom Ford’s NOCTURNAL ANIMALS, Matthew Vaughn’s KINGSMAN: THE SECRET SERVICE and KINGSMAN: THE GOLDEN CIRCLE, Jim Mangold’s 3:10 TO YUMA, KNIGHT AND DAY and GIRL, INTERRUPTED, Mark Romanek’s ONE HOUR PHOTO and Milos Forman’s highly acclaimed THE PEOPLE VS. LARRY FLYNT.

For over twenty years, Arianne has worked closely with Madonna on creative projects including music videos, album covers, photo shoots, special performances and designing costumes for her last six world tours. She has also worked with Katy Perry, Justin Timberlake, Gwen Stefani, No Doubt, The Rolling Stones, Jennifer Lopez, Whitney Houston, Tina Turner, REM, Rufus Wainwright, The Breeders, Sonic Youth, and Lenny Kravitz. Her creative collaborations with music clients have extended into product development for Madonna’s ‘Truth or Dare’ collection for Iconix and Gwen Stefani’s ‘Harujuku’ collection for Target.

Arianne has also designed “Costume to Collection” projects for the KINGSMAN movies, including highly successful menswear collections for Mr. Porter and inspired accessories collections for Saville Row brands like Turnbull & Asser, Drakes, and Cutler & Gross. She has also worked on advertising campaigns for Tom Ford, Dolce & Gabbana, L’Oreal, Revlon, Moschino, and David Yurman and styled fashion shows for Jeremy Scott and Ungaro.

As a freelance fashion editor, stylist, and brand consultant, Arianne collaborates with fashion designers, creative directors and photographers like Steven Klein and Mark Seliger for publications including Italian Vogue, W, Interview, ELLE, Harper’s Bazaar, LOVE, L'Uomo Vogue, German Vogue, Spanish Vogue and V.

Her acclaimed work in multiple mediums has set her apart from her peers as a tastemaker and visionary. She continuously challenges herself by taking on projects that explore new expressions of her creativity. She was hired by Estée Lauder to develop fashion-forward color collections for their cult beauty brand, Stila. Miuccia PRADA selected Arianne for her “Iconoclasts" project; to curate installations for the brand’s flagship stores in London and Beijing and to produce a short fashion film for the brand, which Arianne also wrote and directed, called PASSAGES.

Her friend, Alessandro Michele, Creative Director of GUCCI, commissioned her to create special content for an issue of A Magazine he guest edited and to style a brand film starring Gia Coppola. She has also collaborated on special projects with Van Cleef & Arpels, Cartier, Valentino and Swarovski. Most recently, Arianne was an inaugural member of the TIME’S UP coalition and designed its now iconic logo.

All of Arianne’s projects are rooted in her love of storytelling and her unique collaborations have fostered deep and far-reaching relationships with the world’s most celebrated artists and designers.



Carineh Martin has spent the last two decades working in the luxury sector, across the Fashion, Beauty, and Entertainment industries, with pivotal positions at PRADA, DIOR, The Estée Lauder Companies, ID-PR and The William Morris Agency (now Endeavor).  

Upon graduating from the University of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg School of Communications, with a B.A. in Communications and concentrations in Psychology and Marketing from The Wharton School of Business, she joined The William Morris Agency as an Agent Trainee in Los Angeles, one of two women in a program of fifty.

Driven to pursue a career bridging fashion and entertainment, Carineh moved to New York and joined PRADA USA in 1997, where she launched and ran their global VIP Relations Department for seven years. It was one of the first VIP departments in the industry, created to foster relationships with celebrities and their representatives, cultural pop icons, stylists, costume designers, directors, producers, editors, journalists, contemporary artists, socialites and influencers. Carineh worked directly with Hollywood’s A-list, leading the company’s efforts relative to the red carpet, including its campaigns for the Oscars, Golden Globes, Cannes Film Festival, and Met Gala, and its presence in content media, including film and television.  She also worked with multiple strategic partners on behalf of the brand. Her efforts resulted in significantly raising brand awareness worldwide, firmly positioning the brand as an image leader and generating millions of dollars in revenue and media value. This is also when she and Arianne first met!

The Estée Lauder Companies hired Carineh as Director of Global Marketing for their cult indie brand, Stila, where she worked alongside its Founder, Jeanine Lobell. Her team led the prestige beauty brand’s global rebranding and repositioning efforts. With a focus on creativity, innovation, and global brand consistency, she developed on-brand marketing and messaging, which combined with keen market analysis, resulted in a series of innovative product launches, dynamic collection concepts, unique packaging designs, effective merchandising and promotions, strategic distribution, and integrated marketing programs and co-branding initiatives.

In 2006, Christian Dior Couture created a new position for Carineh as Director of Marketing, Special Events, and VIP Relations. She oversaw the company’s efforts relative to brand awareness, luxury positioning, and client engagement, by leading its advertising strategy, national image event strategy, retail sales event strategy, red carpet strategy, celebrity relations, and partnerships with media and non-profits.

She next joined the industry’s largest independent entertainment PR firm, ID-PR, as Vice President of Entertainment and Brand Strategies, to leverage her experiences in exploring new areas of opportunity and growth.  Her team represented brand clients like Cartier, ELLE, Lancôme, Tiffany & Co., MAC, and Variety as well as film studios for Oscar campaigns.

Carineh has spoken at Harvard Business School and The Wharton School of Business. She founded a namesake luxury brand marketing consultancy in 2008 to advise clients on marketing, communications, branding, partnerships, driving sales, and achieving organic growth in strategic and innovative ways.

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