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Diamonds Do Good to Honor Beyoncé’s Stylist in Las Vegas

New York— Diamonds Do Good (DDG) has announced that Shiona Turini, Beyoncé’s stylist, will receive the “Diamond Influence Award” at its annual fundraising event during the JCK Las Vegas show.

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Turini, a prominent consultant, stylist, and costume designer with nearly two decades of experience, is being recognized for her significant contributions to the cultural influence of diamonds, according to DDG. Known for her distinctive style and relentless work ethic, Turini has made a notable impact in the fashion and entertainment industries.

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Her career began in fashion editorial, eventually branching into commercial styling, music videos, and red-carpet events. Turini’s work with Solange Knowles on the 2016 music videos “Don’t Touch My Hair” and “Cranes in the Sky” paved the way for her role as a stylist on Beyoncé’s “Formation” music video the same year. In 2023, she served as the lead stylist for Beyoncé’s “Renaissance World Tour” and was the costume designer for “Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé.”

Turini also styled visuals for Beyoncé’s latest album, “Cowboy Carter,” reflecting the star’s new country music phase. Her achievements were recognized by The Hollywood Reporter, which named her one of Hollywood’s top 25 stylists this year.

As a costume designer, Turini managed the wardrobe for seasons three, four, and five of Issa Rae’s HBO series “Insecure” and led the costume design for the upcoming Apple TV series “Lady in the Lake,” starring Natalie Portman, debuting this summer. She has collaborated with luxury brands such as Audemars Piguet and Tiffany & Co., which was the official jeweler for Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour.

Other honorees at the DDG Awards include the Gemological Institute of America, London Jewelers, and Lisa Bridge, president and CEO of Ben Bridge Jewelers. The awards ceremony will take place on Thursday, May 30, at 6 p.m. in the San Polo Ballroom at the Venetian, the night before the JCK Las Vegas show opens.

Founded in 2007, Diamonds Do Good, formerly the Diamond Empowerment Fund, was inspired by Nelson Mandela’s efforts to highlight the positive impacts of the natural diamond industry. The organization supports programs aimed at developing and empowering communities within the natural diamond sector.

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