Actor—Fashion Stylist—TV Host—Writer. That’s a lot of hyphenates, and it’s just the beginning for “Walking, talking fashion Wikipedia,” Marcellas Reynolds. Obsessed with all things style and pop culture, the newly-minted bestselling author of SUPREME MODELS has become a fixture on morning talk shows where his one-liners and sharp wit keep his co-hosts and the audience rolling with laughter. Catch him gleefully chatting fashion and entertainment news on Daily Mail TV and Good Day LA.
A native Chicagoan, at fifteen, Marcellas began his fashion career selling women’s designer clothing. However, it was while working his way through college that his life took the first of many incredible turns. While waiting tables, Marcellas was discovered by legendary model agent Marie Anderson, who is responsible for starting the careers of supermodels Cindy Crawford, Colin Egglesfield, and Matt King. New York, London, Paris, Munich, and of course, Milan, Marcellas traveled the globe, working with fashion’s top designers and most celebrated photographers.
For five years, Marcellas modeled for clients like Brioni, GAP, Tommy Hilfiger, Ralph Lauren, and Nautica but, it was when asked to style a cover and eight pages for British Vogue, that Marcellas discovered his true passion, wardrobe styling. Editorials for Amica, British GQ, Grazia, and InStyle magazines, as well as advertising campaigns for Anheuser-Busch, H&M, Macy’s, and United Airlines, soon followed.
Styling celebrities Rebecca Hall, Jayma Mays, David Schwimmer, Sharon Stone, and Justin Timberlake, led Marcellas to Hollywood, where his star turn on Big Brother made him a highly sought after television personality. You’ve seen him on Bossip! On WeTV, E! Live from the Red Carpet, Good Morning America, and most recently, The Tamron Hall Show.
In Fall 2019, Marcellas published his first book, SUPREME MODELS: Iconic Black Women Who Revolutionized Fashion, the first-ever art book devoted exclusively to black supermodels. SUPREME MODELS is available now online and at bookstores everywhere.