MANHATTAN, NEW YORK –
Attending New York Fashion Week is every fashion champion’s dream. Leo Li, a young stylist and social media star, witness from the front seat, sitting shoulder-to-shoulder with the world’s biggest stars at various New York Fashion Week shows. Already having shared his love for fashion with famous Hollywood figures, the eighteen year-old college student plans to continue to follow his fashion goals.
Originally from XinJiang, China, the influencer left for the states when he was fourteen and attended high school in Jersey Shore. He now speaks Chinese and English. A long-standing passion for color and style lent him a big fascination with the unique air of designer wear.
Now, Li finds himself consistently involved in the industry by styling for models and friends, his social media platforms moving fashion followers with interesting photos of friends and famous alike. The Manhattan, NYC-based social media leader and young model stylist has always had big ideas to further enter into the business of vogue, particularly as it relates to the runway. He didn’t waste any time, ensuring he was seen at the world’s biggest fashion event.
Fashion week, a series of stunning shows displayed in unique mode, was designed to display the world’s best clothing architects and their prized projects. Each year, this is accomplished through a series of classic exhibits that brandish their pieces. Style connoisseurs from every corner of the world visit NYC to revel in the famous fashion week climate, one adored for its fascinating innovations, inspiring performances, and most of all, mode-loving people.
Li, falling in la mode enthusiast category, was captured with friends by Getty images on the Rooftop Terrace of Spring Studios in Tribeca. The affair they were at, Glam Slam: Session 3, an IMG models and Spring Studios affair, was produced by FOCUS. It took place to praise two of New York’s most adored occasions, The US Open Tennis Championships and New York Fashion Week.
Li was asked to observe a panel hosted, during which fashion figure Cynthia Rowley, Style of Sports Founder Claudia Lebenthal, and professional tennis player Alexandra Stevenson spoke on sports and style in pop culture, narrowing in on the collaborations between tennis legends and fashion.
During the week, Li also met big Hollywood faces and was seen at several shows, including Tom Ford, Tommy Hilfiger, Coach, Fendi, and Laquan Smith.
Li sported a Rolex & Supreme shirt to the Tom Ford show, where he witnessed two, famous supermodels walk down the runway in sparkles. Li watched the singer of Crazy for You walk the stage in black satin, and later, a finale that displayed lots of black leather, lingerie, and silk tracksuits. He shared videos of the evening on his Instagram, along with images of him and two models.
The Fendi show that Li attended featured straight hairstyles and bright, neon colors. On Li’s page, photos are shared of the models in their outfits, Li in a busy theater, and some behind the scenes with a friend of Li’s.
Li is now contributing his ideas to the fashion world, deeply involved in mode styling and photography, and intends to do some modeling work in the near future. A social media star with bright ideas, Li intends to one day share his passion for fashion in every-day life through a presentation of his own, personal ideas on the magazine covers of Vogue and Forbes.
“I think success is being able to do what you love and make a joyful living off of it,” Li claims.
Li attended New York Fashion Week in September of 2022. You can follow Li on Instagram @leojeany, TikTok @leojeany, Facebook @leojeany, and Twitter @leojeany