Meghan Markle hires Adele’s stylist, Jamie Mizrahi, amid ‘Hollywood relaunch’: report

A royal rebrand is in the works.

Meghan Markle has reportedly hired celebrity stylist Jamie Mizrahi to revamp her wardrobe, per Lauren Sherman’s The Line Sheet.

Sherman wrote about the news in Thursday’s edition of her fashion industry newsletter, writing that the Duchess of Sussex, 42, was “working with Jamie Mizrahi, expert celebrity friend-turned-expert celebrity stylist.”

Markle wore a glam green gown to a recent Invictus Games event in Canada. Jeremy Allen/
Adele is one of Mizrahi’s biggest clients. Instagram/@sweetbabyjamie

During her days as a senior member of the royal family, Markle was said not to have worked with a stylist, although her pal Jessica Mulroney reportedly helped out with her wardrobe at times.

After leaving royal life for the sunny shores of her native California, she’s relied on stealth wealth separates like cashmere sweaters and polished coats with jeans but, as Sherman notes, Montecito’s dress code “requires more pull-on linen pants than fitted Roland Mouret shift dresses.”

However, with a relaunch of her career said to be in the works, hiring Mizrahi — who styles stars like Adele, Jennifer Lawrence, Jeremy Allen White and Riley Keough — could catapult the duchess’ California-cool looks into true Hollywood glam.

The stylist (right) also works with Riley Keough. Getty Images for W Magazine
Markle was seen on a ski vacation with friends this week. Heather Dorak / Instagram
The Duchess of Sussex is known for wearing classic pieces like white button-ups. Getty Images

For more Page Six Style …

While Mizrahi did not immediately return Page Six Style’s request for comment, a source close to Markle denies the report.

Mizrahi, who is married to hedge fund guru Nico Mizrahi, formerly worked as a creative director for Juicy Couture and has built a successful styling business working with A-listers over the past few years. She also launched an underwear brand, The Kit, with fellow starry stylist Simone Harouche in 2019.

Markle signed with Hollywood agency WME last spring and penned a new podcast deal with Lemonada Media this month, signaling plenty of new projects — and stylish looks — in the works.

Sherman notes the styling relationship with Mizrahi could be “a turning point for both parties when it comes to their respective myth-making” — but as for the duchess’ Hollywood relaunch, watch this space.