Elizabeth Meredith is a Costume Designer and well-known Stylist who works both in Los Angeles and NYC. Growing up in Malibu, California, Elizabeth got her first big break while being a wardrobe assistant on the movie “Ali” with Costume Designer Marlene Stewart, which then led to styling Will Smith for Red Carpet Events. She was then asked to Co-Design with Designer Robert Mata on the Movie “Ride or Die” with Vivica Fox, Gabrielle Union and Megan Good, which was produced by Will Smith.
Elizabeth went on to be a shopper for big network shows such as Grey’s Anatomy, CSI New York and Desperate Housewives. It was there she started styling celebrities such as Halle Berry, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Eva Longoria, Josh Duhamel, T.I.,Taylor Swift and many others. She also joined the Costume Designers Guild and moved on to designing for networks such as ABC, CBS, NBC, BET, FX, FOX.
She has done shows such as Married for FX, The Hunted for CBS, Duets for ABC, Fashion Star for NBC, X Factor for Fox, To Rome for Love for Bravo and many more.
Elizabeth also joined the styling world of commercials and promos and has worked for Nesley, BMW, Jockey, Sears, JC Penny, Miller Lite, Kmart, Sprint and Tide. Elizabeth also did several Press Junkets for both The Rock and The Wayans Family traveling to several states and countries and styling every look for their Press Tour. Also on that journey she Styled Dr. Dre’s Tour in 2014 and designed specifically each of his shirts, jackets, shoes and custom jeans. She has also expanded her styling expertise to the big screen, appearing on David Tutera’s “Celebrations” for WETV for two episodes styling Vivica Fox and Vanessa Williams, and was also featured on NBC’s “Restaurant Startup” as the lead style expert. She has written for Giuliana Rancic’s web site “Fab Fit Fun” for and was chosen to be a Celebrity Stylist Panelist for “Successful Women in the Film Industry” in 2017.
She recently did the movie “I Hate Kids” with Marisa Tomei with Director John Asher and designed the movie “The Men” for Sony Gems, which debuted in 2017. Other features Elizabeth has designed include “Bad Grandpa” with Johnny Knoxville for Paramount Pictures, and she was the Assistant Designer on “Scenic Route” with Josh Duhamel. She is currently designing a show for BET which airs Fall 2018. Elizabeth’s range from dressing high fashion to everyday characters, to period clothing, to styling men & women for personal and red carpet events to plus size clothing, weddings, specialty uniforms, tours, and press junkets shows her diverse talents as a Costume Designer and Stylist.
Elizabeth now resides in Manhattan and Los Angeles and continues to thrive in the TV/Film Industry and Styling World.