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Saoirse Ronan and her stylist are absolutely killing it on the latest cover of The Hollywood Reporter

Fash-hun.

SAOIRSE RONAN’S STYLIST Elizabeth Saltzman has mainly played a blinder over the awards season.

That’s why it’s only fair that the Hollywood Reporter featured the duo in this month’s issue, with the pair chatting about feminism, power, and of course, fashion.

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LOOK HOW GLAM.

Saltzman has worked with Saoirse for a couple of years now, and was responsible for her Oscars gown, her BAFTAs dress, the Golden Globes, and basically every other event Saoirse has been to in the last few months.

Saltzman even dressed Saoirse for the 2016 Oscars.

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The two were previously featured in the magazine back in 2016, and return once again after a fantastic season. Elizabeth was named the second Hollywood Power Stylist in a list of 25. Not bad, considering she came in fourth place just two years ago.

Saltzman was formerly a Vanity Fair fashion director, and says she takes an editorial approach when dressing her clients.

Saoirse said she’s found a new appreciation for fashion in recent years thanks to the bond she has with her stylist.

I didn’t realise how much of an affect [clothes] could have on your confidence.
E can tell when I love something because I stand in it in a certain way, I just know how to naturally move in an outfit when it’s something that I like.

She calls her E. Christ.

Considering Saoirse once told Elizabeth that she doesn’t wear pink, we think her powers of persuasion are next to none.

Saltzman says there are no massive parallels between fashion and feminism.

What you believe in is what you believe in, it doesn’t have to be about your clothes. I don’t think that clothing needs to make a political statement. I think clothing is about a business, it’s about feeling well and confident. It’s about giving you power.

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