Sinceré Armani


SINCERE ARMANI is a celebrity stylist on the rise. From the early age of five, Sincere has been coordinating her own outfits with a natural-born talent for assembling vibrant textures and bold colors to develop unique signature styles for herself and others.
Her first professional styling opportunity came in 2005 with The Hip Hop Project, the stars of the award-winning documentary movie executive produced by Bruce Willis and Queen Latifah. Incorporating her own ideas, pulling and coordinating outfits, Sincere quickly proved that she was a natural in creating looks for the eight-member band and integrating colors and textures that allowed each artist to make an individual fashion statement while complementing the overall group with visual harmony.
In recent months Sincere assisted in styling Diddy Dirty Money for their tour looks, special award appearances, and day to day looks. Andre Harrell's first act on his label Harrell Records "Hamilton Park" for their video "Thing Called Us." She has also assisted on projects like Trey Songz "Ready" album packaging, and his "I Need a Girl" video. To show her equal versatility with the ladies as well as the men, she also has styled and shopped for Nicki Minaj and co-styled Chrisette Michelle for her "Epihpany" video featuring Drake, the "What Do You Do" video featuring Pooch Hall and Chrisette’s Giant magazine photo shoot.