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Deborah Latouche British born stylist Deborah Latouche finished her Fashion design degree at London College of Fashion in 2000 and then moved straight to Italy to work at Fabrica - the prestigious Design and Communication Centre owned by Benetton and founded by legendary image-maker Olivero Toscani. It was at Fabrica that she evolved creatively, developing new skills that would influence her future work. Her career next took her to Milan where she spent four years working in fashion styling, print, illustration and design. On her return to London, Latouche started working as the UK Correspondent for Italian Elle regularly contributing to the magazines interview and trend pages, a position she holds to date. Happy working in both men’s and women’s fashion, she is able to execute iconic fashion stories with creative vision and ease. Her flare for colour, love of new and established designers and meticulous eye for detail is clearly evident in her work which is always vibrant, exciting and progressive. Clients Include: British Telecom, Decca, Emi, House of Fraser, Italian Elle, New Look, Nicola Benedetti, Noise Magazine, Quintessentially Magazine, Scotland on Sunday, Sony, Sunday Times and Universal