Natasha has always had a desire to work in the fashion industry. She launched her career at the age of fifteen when she started designing, making and customising clothes.
Through the success of her own designs she was asked to produce a range for a designer boutique in Sheffield. Her best selling t-shirt range ‘No Added Ingredients’ sold more than the Vivienne Westwood line that season. Already she was in demand as a young designer.
Natasha also started focusing on the styling element of fashion. She starting styling for international hairdressing chain Toni and Guy eight years ago and created her early trademark styles, using loose material to drape, hang and pin in an elegant form.
Natasha experienced the retail field of fashion and worked as a visual merchandiser in Hugo Boss and GAP whilst studying at college.
She then studied fashion design at Kingston University. Within months her talent was recognised by stylist David Kappo and GQ Editor David Lamb who gave her outstanding grades for her work.
Kappo advised her to focus on styling rather than designing so she developed her styling portfolio and successfully built up a plethora of contacts in the industry.
After graduating Natasha moved back to Sheffield and has since been styling full time.
Natasha’s other fashion influences are shaped by her international roots. Natasha’s mother is from Singapore and her father was in the RAF therefore Natasha has travelled from a young age. Her experiences with other cultures have enabled her to build on her creativity and added a unique global element to styling.
Natasha can travel anywhere in the UK provided her expenses are fully covered
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