Having graduated in Fashion Design, I’ve gone on to develop my experience in a broad range of industry roles. Each position has increased my understanding of the industry for a range of markets and purposes and allowed me to learn to work efficiently under pressure. The skills gained from my degree and jobs thereafter mean I am confident in my creative skills and knowledge, and I truly believe that I have a lot to bring to the table.
M&S Freelance Stylist - Current M&S - Babies transitional 2019 Campaign Shoot M&S Back to School 2019 Campaign shoot Arabella Boyce - Styling Assistant Sourcing garments, PR and brand pick ups and drop offs, call ins, steaming, pinning, alterations, assisting on set. Hello Magazine, DNA Fit, VERA Magazine, Simon Pegg event styling, 100 Sydney Street, Stella Magazine. Pampeano Stylist for the brand lookbook
Personalised styling service for Womenswear in both the US and the UK. Stitch Fix uses technology to offer a bespoke styling service. Relieving clients of the pressures of shopping on the Highstreet and develop their existing style. My role as Styling specialist for both regular clients, press and influencers involved, analysing their body type, lifestyle, existing style and wardrobe to both enhance their existing look whilst ensuring they feel comfortable and confident. -Project Management -Styling -Copywriting -Customer relationship
- Sample Management - Fabric / trim approvals - Critical path Management - Competitive Shopping - Communication with suppliers and regional offices - Fabric and product knowledge
managed the womenswear online content and imagery, including the sole responsibility of the Twiggy brand. I was responsible for styling and direction both on set and post production, including still and moving image. -Shoot organisation from sample management to on set direction to optimise products for a digital customer. -Content Marketing -Model Castings -Styling -Set Direction -Project Management Copywriting & SEO
Creating shoppable blogger stories, offering Fashiolista users the opportunity to get the look of their favorite bloggers from around the world, with the option of carefully selected cheaper alternatives. - Blogger knowledge - Brand Research - Styling - Creative writing - Luxury / high street knowle
I worked as a freelance visual merchandiser at the Kilver Court Designer Emporium. My role was to create exciting and inspiring window displays to entice customers and show off the vast variety of products available, in a clever and visually appealing way. To produce successful displays I made sure to prepare in advance by doing vast amounts of research into current and future trends as well as into the brands available to make sure I showed off their products in a way which fit their style and customer.
Researching / forecasting upcoming trends for future seasons Planning and organizing photo shoots from start to finish Sourcing outfits, accessories and props Casting models. photographers and MUA's Creative directing on shoot