Incepting his career in 2005 Lunden Olin, known as Looks By Lunden is an internationally renowned celebrity wardrobe stylist. Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, Lunden’s multifaceted expertise ranges as a creative director, personal shopper, and an esteemed influencer. The self proclaimed “fashion general” has left his vast imprint in the fashion industry. He has expanded his fashion conglomerate over the duration of seventeen plus years. Lunden’s fidelity to his craft led him to being identified as one of New York’s principal wardrobe stylists and fashion innovators of the millennial generation.
Lunden commenced his career for the legendary New York Fashion Week in 2005. It was there Lunden debuted his eclectique-metropolitan merged collection entitled “Olin Edizione”. Subsequent to his debut Lunden’s social media following and notoriety began to heighten. Soon after he stapled his now iconic “Looks by Lunden ” tagline. Following the success of pioneering his brand he has worked with notable networks and magazines; TMZ, Buzzfeed, Fuse TV, VH1, B.E.T., FUSE, Life & Style, HEED, Elements, Sheen Magazine, and The Source Magazine. In which, his vast fashion abilities landed him to be highlighted on prominent outlets The Shaderoom and Essence Magazine.
As the advancement of his brand prevailed throughout the duration of his métier his celebrity consumers expanded. Lunden commenced to expand his massive portfolio. Lunden’s celebrity clientele and agency affiliation included significant talent such as Lil Nas X, Reginae Carter, Fivio Foreign, Dreamdoll, Ginuwine, Big Freedia, rapper Lil’ Mama, Amara La Negra, rapper Desiigner, TobiasTruvillion of FOX “Empire”, Vicky Jeudy of “Orange is the New Black”, Kiersey Clemons of Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, Isis King of Top Model, Brittany Mirabile of “The Purge 2: Election Year”, Safaree of LHH New York & LA, Mariahlynn, Anias, Phresher, He was he head stylist for “Your Husband Is Cheating on Us” and Ross Marquand of AMC’s “The Walking Dead”. Among the notable celebrity clients Lunden continued to perfect his craft in the fashion industry through networking and client referrals.
Growing in his notoriety, Lunden, was requested to walk the red carpet for “Free Guy” movie screening, he walked the Harlem Fashion Week red carpet, Scream the movie, he was a guest on the ‘Talk You Sh*t” podcast, “The Block Party” podcast, and featured on “The Wendy Williams Show”. Being the multi-hyphenated fashion innovator he is, Lunden, unearthed his directing abilities in 2017. He directed his first music video. Adding to his creative direction, Lunden’s philanthropic efforts are continually a vast affiliation of his identity. Currently, Lunden continues to curate and support community driven projects and events that benefit underserved areas throughout New York City.