Stephanie Maslansky’s recent accomplishments include Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and The Defenders--Marvel’s five Superhero TV series for Netflix, and the first season each of Black Box and Zero Hour for ABC. Her current commercial work includes a series of comedic spots for the New York sports cable station SNY. The press has praised her designs for their sophisticated flair. She has been featured as a guest on the Women of Marvel and American Fashion Podcasts. She loaned her expertise to judge the Cosplay Final at Chicago's C2E2 earlier this year and will be at Comicon Paris to judge the French Cosplay Competition in the fall of 2016. She's recognized for creating the urbane look for White Collar's Neal Caffrey and is spotlighted in the featurette A Cool Cat in the Hat for the first season of the series.

Born in NYC, Stephanie was raised in Minneapolis. She studied art and photography at UC Santa Barbara while designing a sought-after collection of jackets cut from vintage jeans. She earned a BA in history and Italian literature at U/W Madison. During a year spent in Bologna, Stephanie traveled and photographed her way through Europe and Africa. She returned to Minneapolis and began her career in the Guthrie Theatre Costume Shop.

Stephanie moved back to New York and studied at the NY Art Students League. She designed stage costumes and styled print ads and TV commercials. As the stylist for acclaimed commercial directing and producing team Steve and Linda Horn, Stephanie gained a unique perspective. She recognized the significance of a stylish aesthetic and the impact of nuance and detail in modern dress, haute couture, and period costume. She’s known for her particular vision and has collaborated with a range of producers and directors such as Barry Levinson, Tom Fontana, John Wells, Barry Sonnenfeld, Mimi Leder, Dick Wolf, Jamie Tarses, Olivier Megaton and Ilene Chaiken.

Stephanie and her family live in Brooklyn. She continues to work on both coasts, throughout North America and Europe.