Within a year after permanently relocating to Atlanta, he met Tyler Perry and was asked to begin wardrobing at Tyler Perry Studios, where he began to consistently meet individuals like TI, Cam’ron, and Jeezy with whom he began styling shortly after. Atlanta was noticeably a hub for the music, culture, and fashion.
During the transition into the new style of music, he was asked by Offset to style Migos ”Bad and Bougie” music video. Styling Offset in brands like Amiri, Rick Owens, Raf Simons complimented their journey in it’s beginning stage’s of becoming a universal star group known for music and fashion trends. He currently works heavily with, artist of Think It’s A Game Record Label, YFN Lucci and appreciates his open book willingness to explore different “vibes” in fashion. Throughout the mixtape cover, visual concepts and videos, his styling is seen on Lucci’s upcoming mixtape with DJ Drama of Gangsta Grillz, marking the first Gangsta Grillz project released as of 2019.With knowledge that Atlanta’s industry in fashion and music created open real estate for his work to be respected. He continues to spread his work around the city while also remaining open to working with up and coming designers, stylists, and fashion students. We look forward to seeing more work from Kris as he begins to have early talks of future plans and investments in giving back to the next generation of fashion leaders