Siobhan Jenkins
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Siobhan Jenkins

Fashion stylistLondon, United Kingdom
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Siobhan Jenkins
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Siobhan Jenkins

Fashion stylistLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Visual communication and styling to me is the opportunity that offers the freedom and creative license to give a garment or product depth, life and connectivity, whether it be captured in a still frame image or captured with more free-flowing emotion through a video. This is where I feel most alive and creative. Having a background in fashion design and product development, coupled with my visual creativity, gave me the opportune platform to transfer this skillset across to styling as it played to my strengths. Combining these two components together with getting into the fashion industry early on in my career, through developing commercial ranges gave me the drive to pursue this career path. I'm now actively looking to expand my reach, opportunities and avenues where I can collaborate in visual and creative storytelling that can fully utilise my talents. My goal is to work in tandem with more creative companies with multiple brands and products, who have the creative license to draw a customer in and to feel part of the story and therefore creating a relatable bond between them and the garment or product. I am a fashion stylist with experience in both Ecommerce and editorial. I feel most passionate when working on editorial pieces and pulling looks. I have lots of unique experience as my background from product development has given me a great understanding of contact and fabric bases, which has shown proven success in the Ecommerce work I have done. My ongoing aim is to work with brands and product that have strong workable and sustainable principles and ethics, as I believe a drastic change in the fashion industry towards these objectives is not only the hot topic today, but the only way to correct the fast-fashion, customer-led lifestyle we have traditionally had in the past. This can only be achieved from within and by rectifying the systemic behavioural and currently accepted traits consumers have towards garments and products. The evolution of the industry is inevitable and must happen considering the fashion industry's participation in the effects of global warming.
Projects
  • Fibers of my avatar
    Fibers of my avatarThe final year project that I then styled and shot with a friend Kevin.
  • ULU UNDERWEAR
    ULU UNDERWEARStyling for a south African underwear brand.
  • Falling softly into spring
    Falling softly into springPhotographer: @kidcircus Production: @alexjohnson_xx Stylist: @shevstyled Model: @itslaurenmarshall Mua: @yolandadohr.mua Hair: @valentina_ingrosso_ Set Styling: @titchxsetprop Photo/Set Assist: @stflimz Retouch: @samroystonphoto Studio: @anomalous_collective
  • Sweaty Betty E-com
    Sweaty Betty E-comBeautfull team and amazing results!
  • POLO
    POLOthe story is girl who has takening a breath of fresh air from events in her flied
  • Hiding behind a mask
    Hiding behind a maskcreative shoot
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Projects credited in
  • Artist Shoot for LoneBoyRecords
    Artist Shoot for LoneBoyRecordsMy own images from the shoot! DOP: Maya Roberts 2nd DOP: Emilia Trafalgar Assisted by : Gelina Kle and James Lau BTS: Lauhit Mehan Stylist: Shev Jenkins MUA: Cydney Jade Burnett Artist: Tara Flanagan
Work history
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    Spring Studios logo
    StylistSpring Studios
    London, United KingdomFreelance
    E-com styling, Mainly flat lay across different product categories.
    AllSaints logo
    AllSaints logo
    Showroom AssistantAllSaints
    London, United KingdomPart Time
    Assisting on all aspects of the planning and set up of our showroom for the brand design and Wholesale markets. Supporting camera work during virtual appointments, assisting with the styling of our models and tracking and managing product samples in and out of the showroom.
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Skills
  • Garment Construction
  • Style Direction
  • Styling Shoots
  • Personal Shopping
  • Personal Styling
  • Creative
  • Creative Concepts
  • Textile Development
  • Analytical Eye
Education
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    Degree in Fashion and Textile Design - 3 yearsDUT
    Durban, South Africa
    Subjects included: Pattern making Creative design 2+3 dimensional design sewing CAD Drawing and illustrations Textiles Business studies Theory of clothing Design studies