Rosie Leggett
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Rosie Leggett

Art DirectorLondon, United Kingdom
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Rosie Leggett
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Rosie Leggett

Art DirectorLondon, United Kingdom
About me
A creative, capable and motivated graphic designer working for Kin Partners. After graduating with a first class fashion communication degree from Liverpool John Moores University, working for companies such as Katie Leamon, BBC Focus Magazine & Selfridges Manchester has given me a wide ranging expertise in graphic design and representing a specific brand identity. I have a proven ability in graphic communication for fashion brands following my work at the London Fashion Agency, MATCHESFASHION and NET-A-PORTER and my objective is to develop a career in graphic design and branding for fashion. I also art direct for Ash Magazine, a self-driven project that I work on alongside my full time role.
Projects
  • Ash Magazine
    Ash MagazineAsh is an online and print magazine. We champion ordinary, extraordinary women and their endeavours in art, enterprise and activism. Ash was born from a dissatisfaction with women’s media and we’re driven by the desire to offer a more genuine perspective. As well as instigating conversation and raising awareness for causes close to our hearts, we aim to inspire real world action via our events and fundraising. Ash is drawing a line under outdated, shallow women’s media that no longer challeng
Projects credited in
  • Ash - Issue 2 - The Glory
    Ash - Issue 2 - The GloryOn the theme ‘The Glory’, this second issue of Ash is about strength, resilience and nerve, sharing stories of survival, stories of rebellion and stories of overcoming shame, presented alongside stunning art from some of our faves. We’re celebrating people that persist, shining a light on the many ways that shaming happens, and showing by example that you can stand up and be glorious in spite of it. Featuring words and art from people who inspire us, including: Gina Martin, Kadeena Cox, J
  • Issue 2 - The Glory
    Issue 2 - The GloryOn the theme ‘The Glory’, this issue is about strength, resilience and nerve, sharing stories of survival, stories of rebellion and stories of overcoming shame, presented alongside stunning art from some of our faves. We’re celebrating people that persist, shining a light on the many ways that shaming happens, and showing by example that you can stand up and be glorious in spite of it. Featuring words and art from people who inspire us, including: Gina Martin, Kadeena Cox, Jasvinder Sangh
  • Ash Magazine
    Ash MagazineAsh champions ordinary, extraordinary people and their endeavours in the arts, enterprise and activism, with a focus on first-person storytelling. Ash is independent, intersectional and free of advertising, offering a more honest read.
Work history
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    Art DirectorKIN Partners
    London, United KingdomFull Time
    Ash Magazine logo
    Ash Magazine logo
    Art DirectorAsh Magazine
    London, United KingdomFreelance
    Ash was born from a dissatisfaction with women’s media and we’re driven by the desire to offer a more genuine perspective. As well as instigating conversation and raising awareness for causes close to our hearts, we aim to inspire real world action via our events and fundraising. I created the visual identity for Ash, whilst designing and producing the magazine. This involved creating the website, as well as social media content and assorted print collateral.
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Skills
  • Typography
  • Graphic Design
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe Indesign
  • Print Design
  • Art Direction
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Editorial Concepts
Education
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    Fashion Communication BA (Hons)Liverpool John Moores University, School of Media, Critical and Creative Arts
     - Liverpool, United Kingdom
    First class honours degree in Fashion Communication
Awards
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    Diversity NOW!All Walks Beyond The Catwalk
    Live project to promote Diversity within the fashion industry. Created a piece of imaging talking about conventions of beauty and body image in modern society, with a call to action promoting the Diversity NOW! campaign. Created using photography, handmade artefact, photoshop, and indesign typography. Shortlisted on an initial list of finalists and featured on i-D online artsthread.