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For years, Celebrity Fashion Stylist, Spry Lee Scott has been slowly infiltrating the fashion and entertainment industries. Through the modeling agency, Identities NY, he began working as a runway model at age 17. He strutted down catwalks of designers from Tommy Hilfiger, to Phat Farm by Russell Simmons. Although Spry enjoyed the attention he received on stage, he still felt a yearning to have more of a creative input in these shows. This desire quickly moved him to the other side of the camera, introducing him to a career as a fashion stylist.
Spry formed his company, Milado (a total entertainment development company), in 1999, and was soon highly sought after to style and coordinate shows for New York Fashion Week at Bryant Park. Simultaneously, he was honing his skills in the editorial world, styling shoots for magazines like Maxim, Today’s Black Woman, Word UP!, etc. It was through his relationship with Harrison Publications that he was offered the job of Fashion Editor of Hype Hair Magazine; a position that he held for two years. Spry was responsible for styling and writing for a monthly feature, “Fashion Forward”. Through Hype Hair, Spry was able to work with a wide range of celebrities; from legendary artists like Deborah Cox and Brian McKnight, to new-schoolers like Ciara and Neyo. It was also through Hype Hair where he met Angela Simmons, with whom he worked closely with in developing the fashion portion of her magazine, Angela’s Rundown. This led to an appearance on season 3 of MTV’s Run’s House. Other television appearances include Access Hollywood, BET Style, and You Hear It First (MTV). His latest project, Hanging With Spry, can be seen on youtube.com, with a new segment debuting every 8th of the month.
Now, with a new look (no more locs), Spry Lee Scott is set to catapult to the top of the worlds of fashion and entertainment. Soon to become a household name, he is ready to offer styling tips, fashion commentary and beauty enhancements (makeovers) to the universe. His goal is to make the world beautiful, one makeover at a time!
Angela Burt-Murray (Essence Magazine)
Chad Coleman (The Wire)
Julissa Bermudez (BET) Kem
Kwame Jackson (The Apprentice)
Omarosa (The Apprentice)
Ovie Mughelli (Atlanta Falcons)
Paula Jai Parker
Tip “T.I.” Harris
Braids and Beauty
Today's Black Man
Today's Black Woman
Run's House - Season 3
You Hear It First (MTV)