Adam ballheim is an award-winning stylist specializing in celebrity clients such as Machine Gun Kelly, Luke Hemmings, Ross Butler and Lakeith Stanfield. Additionally, he has worked as editor at Vogue, T Magazine and Interview Magazines.
He employs a free-spirited aesthetic, evidenced in his social media mood boards which contain nature images alongside provocative, filtered photos. He strives to ensure his client’s style narratives reflect both their individuality and cohesiveness.
Early Life and Education
Adam Ballheim began his bicoastal styling career assisting editors of Vogue, Love and T Magazine as well as leading celebrity stylists on red carpet moments and music tour wardrobes for major red carpet events and music tours. Since venturing out on his own he has had the honor of styling Machine Gun Kelly, Luke Hemmings Ross Butler Lakeith Stanfield among many others in their pursuit of fashion – this includes being first to style actor/pop punk rapper MGK in his prime – wearing an exclusive Dolce & Gabbana tux tux which made quite an impressionful statement about him & Gabbana fashion house!
Adam Ballheim has built his career collaborating with editors at Vogue, Interview, Love and T Magazine while also working closely with celebrity stylists on major red carpet moments and music tour wardrobes for Hollywood talent such as Machine Gun Kelly, Luke Hemmings, Ross Butler Lakeith Stanfield Christian Slater Zachary Quinto Jharrel Jerome Padma Lakshmi to name but a few.
Adam Ballheim specializes in curating red carpet looks for clients like Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly, who have made headlines by mixing pop-punk with glam. Working with designers such as Ashton Michael and Dolce & Gabbana to craft unique outfits specifically tailored for his clients’ lifestyles and career paths he ensures each look fits seamlessly with their individual identities.
Achievement and Honors
Adam Ballheim is a bicoastal stylist who began his career working with editors from Vogue, Interview, Love, T Magazine and The New York Times Style magazine. After becoming more established assisting top celebrity stylists on major red carpet moments and music tour wardrobes for red carpet moments and tour attire for major tours like Machine Gun Kelly’s music tour or red carpet moments and tours wardrobes; then eventually opening his own studio. Clients include Luke Hemmings, Ross Butler Lakeith Stanfield Jharrel Jerome Zachary Quinto Christian Slater
At the 2022 American Music Awards, he designed a stunning purple skinny suit for Machine Gun Kelly to wear with silver jewelry that enhanced his grunge edge. Additionally, he custom designed a hot pink Berluti suit for Megan Fox who made an appearance wearing her cut-out dress – both creations having appeared in numerous publications including Wonderland, New York Magazine, Time Out and Lady Gunn Domino among many more.
Adam Ballheim began his bicoastal styling career working with editors at Vogue, Interview, Love and T Magazine before transitioning into helping celebrity stylists style red carpet events and music tour wardrobes for high-profile stars such as Machine Gun Kelly, Luke Hemmings, Ross Butler Lakeith Stanfield Jharrel Jerome and Zachary Quinto. Since establishing his own studio he has styled an extensive list of high-profile stars such as Machine Gun Kelly Luke Hemmings Ross Butler Lakeith Stanfield Jharrel Jerome and Zachary Quinto among many others.
Ballheim is an expert at curating his clients’ looks from red carpet appearances, music videos and tour outfits to red carpet appearances and red carpet appearances. Kelly credits Ballheim with bringing her edgy style mainstream, such as creating hot pink Berluti suits worn at both the 2020 VMAs and Milan Fashion Week for Tickets to My Downfall by Kelly. Ballheim also styled Fox for MTV Movie Awards 2019 where she dazzled in a cut-out dress by Mugler with Jimmy Choo heels that stood out on red carpet appearances.
Adam Ballheim, a New York-based celebrity stylist estimated at having an estimated net worth of $10 Million, has become one of the premier stylists for notable stars including Machine Gun Kelly, Ross Butler and Luke Hemmings. Ballheim works closely with celebrities on editorials, advertising campaigns and red carpet appearances and musical tours as well as editorials/ads for editorials/ads aimed at their lifestyle and career path. Ballheim prefers having clients select their outfits themselves for maximum creative impact by including personal tastes as much as possible within their looks; major brands he has collaborated with include HP and American Airlines among many others.