Ella Okoromadu

Ella Okoromadu

Communications CoordinatorLondon, United Kingdom
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Ella Okoromadu

Ella Okoromadu

Communications CoordinatorLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Communicator from London. Following her years studying BA Graphic Communication and MA Fashion Communication at CSM, she has translated her skills from her degrees into projects that have explored race, introspection and social influence in obscure, yet aesthetically challenging ways. Over the last year, she has been apart of the project and stylist teams for the likes of Tommy Hilfiger, Fashion District and now currently the EDI (Equality, Diversity & Inclusion) team at UAL, whilst writing on racial issues of growing up in contemporary London for Fashion Unfiltered and the disfigured representation of the Black female within contemporary fashion image. As a communicator, academic and writer, her interests lay in the the slow incline of the exhibition of Black UK culture and diversity within the fashion and higher education industries. Published in Fashion Unfiltered. okoromadu.e@gmail.com @ellaokoromadu
  • Hair Wars
    Hair Wars‘Hair Wars’ article written and published in Fashion Unfiltered magazine discussing the historical and contextual occurrences applied to Black women and their hair then and now.
  • The Black Female Body and Contemporary Fashion Imagery: Social Conflict and Visual Influence
    The Black Female Body and Contemporary Fashion Imagery: Social Conflict and Visual Influence“Throughout the centuries, the black look has been both derided and eulogized” (Arogundade, 2000). From the slave girl in 15th century Europe to androgynous figures alike to Grace Jones, the display of the Black female body has had varying aesthetic proposals for societies to then perceive – dividing thoughts on the meaning and quality of ‘beauty’ when applied to the Black woman. Society have perceived Black females to be the Mammy figure who was situated within the history of Bla
    SEASONIN WHAT WAY CAN IT BE SHOWN HOW TRENDS WITHIN THE FASHION INDUSTRY AFFECT YOUTH CULTURE TODAY?’ To explore this argument , I created ‘SEASON’ to explore how the trends that the fashion industry create every season affect Gen Z. I thought that this would be a good target audience as I would be able to relate more closely and also because of the fact that we are the first generation to be heavily impacted and influenced by social media because we have grown up with only knowing this world. So sub
Projects credited in
    EILIS KENNEDY AW/20Photography—Daragh Drake Creative & Art Direction—Geri Dempsey Foreword—Ella Okoromadu Analysis—Shona Rose Smith Interview—Ellie June Goodman & Malcolm Curtis-Hill
Work history
    University of The Arts London (UAL) logo
    University of The Arts London (UAL) logo
    EDI (Equality, Diversity, Inclusion) Business Support CoordinatorUniversity of The Arts London (UAL)
    London, United KingdomFull Time
    Being responsible for upholding knowledge and understanding around diversity and equality policies and legislation, supporting the diversity director and line manager to achieve their diversity agendas and implement new diversity and equality strategies to push the institution forward to ensure that equality and respect is felt by not only students but staff. To obtain and develop a good understanding of the 9 strands of the Equality Act 2010 and ensuring that the 9 characteristics are being noted and kept at the forefront of all ways of working within the workplace and the institution in general. Ensuring that my knowledge base is constantly expanding as rapidly as the relevant regional and national EDI networks to note various changes and actions that need to take place as soon as they appear.
    Sample Coordinator
     - London, United KingdomFreelance
    First line of contact for designers submitting new merchandise to New Look at Spring Studios. Your responsibilities involve organising and cataloging these new samples, as well as determining whether the clothing or accessories fit with your company's branding strategy.
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  • Art Direction
  • Print Design
  • Styling
  • Fashion Photography
  • Layout Design
  • Visual Merchandising
  • Adobe Create Suite
  • Creative Concepting
  • Problem Solving
  • Concept Illustration
    Central Saint Martins (UAL) logo
    Central Saint Martins (UAL) logo
    Graphic Design BA (honsCentral Saint Martins (UAL)
    London, United Kingdom