DTLV Stylist Iliki Price Del Pozo Showcases Sustainable Fashion

Meet the Humans of Downtown: stories and snapshots from the urban core of Las Vegas

By Zoneil Maharaj | DTLV

Follow our friend @dtlv for all the news and happenings in Downtown Las Vegas.

Stylist Iliki Price Del Pozo has helped dress NBA stars like James Harden and Damian Lillard for ad campaigns, put together looks for Boyz II Men music videos and styled shoots for fashion magazines. She brought that keen eye to the DTLV Field Trip and DJ Crykit’s PLAYhouse party at Fergusons Downtown, where she put together a fashion show.

“I really want to focus on sustainability and showcase shops and boutiques that do just that,” she says. “I feel that especially now it’s super important to support sustainable fashion and small businesses in our community.”

Born and raised in Hawaii, Iliki got into wardrobe styling in the late 2000s by helping organize friends’ closets and putting together outfits. Soon, word got around that if you wanted to stunt in a photoshoot, you’d better call Iliki. Now her client roster boasts everyone from Las Vegas resorts to iconic companies and brands like Adidas, Billboard, Warner Brothers, Lexus and UFC.

Despite the high-profile people that she’s worked with over the years, Iliki always gravitates toward anyone with unique, confident personalities. “I love people who have their own individual style — be fearless and own it!” she says.

For more stories like this, follow #HumansOfDTLV on Instagram.

You might also be interested in...

Gone But Not Forgotten: Las Vegas Musician Blair Dewane

Contributing writer Jason Harris pays tribute to Las Vegas indie rock artist and beloved friend

Read More

Feel-Good News About Life Is Beautiful Festival-Goers to Brighten Your Day

Seven concert-goers share their thoughts about this year’s festival

Read More

Meet Las Vegas Fashion Baby Maliha Hafiza Abdi

Maliha wears bow headbands, plays with her Einstein music box and aims to become the change the world needs

Read More

The Women Who Brew Las Vegas: Meet Wyndee Forrest

Part two in a six part series on the women who have risen to the top of Nevada’s burgeoning brewery industry

Read More

Justin Kingsley Hall Steps Back From the Kitchen

Chef Justin Kingsley Hall prioritizes self-care

Read More

What did you think?