Kendall Jenner‘s style game is about to get a lot more (Sasha) fierce.
A source tells PEOPLE the model and Keeping Up with the Kardashians reality star is now working with celebrity stylist Marni Senofonte, who is also responsible for dressing Beyoncé and was the style mastermind behind the star’s Lemonade visual album.
Senofonte and Jenner have teamed up in recent weeks, but it’s early to determine the style direction the two will be working towards.
This comes amid news that Kendall’s sister, Khloé Kardashian, parted ways from the KarJenners’ longtime stylist, Monica Rose. Several insiders told PEOPLE Khloé and her sisters left Rose to team up with other stylists.
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Senofonte has an impressive high-profile roster of clients in addition to Beyoncé and Kendall. The Scranton, Pennsylvania native has pulled clothes and looks for Lauyrn Hill, Diddy, Jay Z and (most stylishly) Blue Ivy. She also has recently styled Barbie.
Senofonte recently told the Los Angeles Times that she first started working with Queen Bey in 2013 during the time Beyoncé’s longtime stylist Ty Hunter — who is credited as the head stylist on her self-titled 2013 album — began to pursue solo opportunities, and around the same time the singer was looking for a change of direction.
Senofonte is credited for the high-fashion pieces in music videos for the “7/11,” “Feeling Myself,” and if you’re a fan of Beyoncé’s entire Lemonade era, you have Senofonte to thank. She styled the visual 2016 album Lemonade, in addition to the 2016 Super Bowl half time performance.
With the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Gala on Monday, all eyes will be on the supermodel and the superstar (who is no stranger to a memorable Met Gala appearance, though her attendance is as-yet unconfirmed), so if both of her A-list clients go, Senofonte will have her work cut out for her.