Kim Kardashian’s Stylist: Everything To Know About Danielle Levi

Kim Kardashian’s Stylist: One of today’s most prominent fashion icons, Kim Kardashian, has received some assistance. Since her breakup with Kanye West, the reality star has been concentrating on making a name for herself in the fashion industry.

 Danielle Levi

She has already secured significant partnerships with brands like Balenciaga, Dolce & Gabbana, and others.

Danielle Levi, her stylist, has been by her side the entire time. For years, Danielle has appeared in photos with Kim, and season 3 of The Kardashians is about to give her a prominent role.

Read on to learn more about Danielle below.

What Nationality Is Danielle Levi?

Danielle, also known as Dani, was born in Jerusalem, Israel, and is Jewish. “I wasn’t physically surrounded by fashion [as a child],” she told Forbes. “When I moved to America as a teen, high school was a culture shock. I was wearing modest, baggy linen clothing and everyone was dressed in Abercrombie. I didn’t fit in at all. I felt like an outcast and just wanted to connect with other kids and feel like I belong so I started to study fashion, read magazines, watch music videos.”

Danielle cherishes her ethnic background. As a nod to her mother tongue, she frequently adds Hebrew translations to the captions of her social media posts.

How Did Danielle Become A Stylist?

Danielle attended Accademia Italia in Italy to study design after realizing her passion for fashion. She discovered what she did not want to do in the industry through this program because the school was more technical than creative.

“We were taught business, marketing, patternmaking,” Danielle explained. “It was all classes that kept me from feeling like a creative. I got into styling so I could be more free.”

Danielle worked as a stylist intern after graduating from college, assisting stylists for various celebrities. She eventually made contact with Rihanna’s former manager Mel Ottenberg. Dani spent two years helping Mel out.

How Did Danielle Levi Start Working For Kim Kardashian?

Before joining forces with Kim, Danielle first collaborated with Kanye. She was introduced to Kanye’s team by Mel and began as a stylist assistant before being given the opportunity to become a stylist. She had the opportunity to pursue her passion for design while working for Kanye.

“When I was working with Ye, he had a Yeezy atelier available and we were never limited to what exists,” she told CR Fashion Book in a 2022 interview. “We were always creating, so I’ve always been designing because he wants to be ahead.”

In recent years, Danielle has been styling Kim, and teamed up with Kim to help the reality star curate a collection with Dolce & Gabbana in 2022. “It’s never monotone, never boring,” she said, of working with Kim. “Everything is getting bigger and bigger. Every time I think she’s reached the top, she goes even further and she does stuff that’s unpredictable.”

Danielle Is Dating Ben El Tavori

Danielle generally keeps her private affairs private, but since 2022, she has been linked to Israeli singer Ben El Tavori. Danielle first appeared in a picture on Ben’s Instagram Story, as noticed by fans. In a picture with his mother, Aviva, that was posted on her Instagram Story at the start of 2023, it appeared that Ben had taken Danielle home to Israel to meet his family.

In celebration of her dog’s birthday in December 2022, Danielle shared a rare photo of Ben on her Instagram page. Ben was pictured cuddling with the dog in bed in the picture. She captioned the image, “HBD my little Michael Jackson, the love of our life.”

Danielle Levi’s Social Media

Although Danielle has an Instagram account, her page is carefully curated. Most of the images on her feed are of Kim wearing looks that Danielle styled. She hardly ever posts private images on the page.

“My Instagram feed reflects what the inside of my mind looks like,” Danielle explained to Forbes. “If you scroll down to the beginning, it’s me at my maximum self. And then as you scroll up, I archived most of my photos and it gets more and more ‘commercial’ and less ‘out there’ because everyone in this fashion game around me tells me I need to be more mainstream if I want to succeed and have a social following to get great deals and clients. I still have people trying to put me in a box all the time and tell me what to do with Instagram.”

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