The name June Ambrose is synonymous with a level of taste and success that few in the fashion industry possess.
She’s a creative director, author, costume designer, celebrity stylist, #Rockmom and social media maven, who has forged a career thanks to her fierce and fearless spirit. And with over 1 million followers across her multiple social media platforms, June’s influence is more widespread than ever.
That fearlessness got Ambrose her start at Uptown/MCA Records, helped her kickoff a career in styling, and inspired her to create some of the most iconic images we’ve seen in hip-hop, fashion and beyond.
Ambrose has been booked for several speaking engagements for organizations like the Black Retail Action Group (B.R.A.G.) and institutions like the Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund Leadership Institute and Howard University.
What makes June and her brand one-of-a-kind is her infectious energy.
With over 200 music videos under her belt and multiple world tours, it’s no wonder that Vibe has called her a “visionary,” New York Magazine dubbed her a “modern-day hip-hop Holly Golightly,” W has labeled her rap’s own Edith Head, and The Coveteur has referred to her as the” heart and soul of the fashion styling world.”
Her list of clients reads like a who’s who of Hollywood A-listers including Zoe Saldana, Mariah Carey, Kerry Washington, Kelly Ripa, Luther Vandross, the Backstreet Boys, Kim Cattrall, Mary J. Blige, Alicia Keys, Estelle, Garcelle Beauvais, Gabrielle Union and Ciara.
At home with …June Ambrose & kids
To understand June Ambrose’s style, all you need to know is this: Upon the birth of her first child, she commemorated the occasion by buying herself a Birkin bag, which she then used in lieu of a diaper bag. Her style staples—oversize sunglasses, caftans, and Hermès scarves—are a throwback to glamorous icons of the sixties and seventies. While her day job as a stylist and TV personality keeps her plenty busy, it is her cozy home life with her two adorable (and wildly well-mannered) kids that truly grounds her. Through motherhood, Ambrose has “discovered a side of myself I never knew existed.”