Creative by default, I was trained in bespoke garment construction 12 years ago by industry professionals, as I knew from a young age that I wanted to work in fashion. I was offered a full time visual merchandising job at the largest Laura Ashley home store in London when I was 16, which I decided to turn down in order to continue my education. After my first year on a fashion design and marketing degree I decided to leave to start my own clothing label. in 2010 I launched Kharis London, an apparel brand catering to the most stylish people and creatives around the world, selling to boutiques globally, online and at Spitalfields market, the most sought after location once upon a time. While at Spitalfields I quickly became known as the style icon of Spitalfields, being street style cast daily, for magazines such as Nylon and The sunday times. I have been cast for photographers such as Rankin and brands such as doc martens who I modelled for in their ‘what do you stand for campaign’ in 2013 after this campaign I was also the muse for the SS15 women’s apparel collection.
A few years ago I was asked to be a guest speaker on a styling short course at central St martins. After this course I found myself in the world of styling. Initially personal styling for women who wanted to develop or refine their sense of style, and now I have moved into artist styling. I am currently working with legendary producer Mike Chapman and styling his latest singer/songwriter.
I am innately a creative being, I have an eye for detail and visual story, I have in depth knowledge of subconscious elements such as colour psychology and pattern etc. I have a wide range of skills ranging from fashion to painting to writing, and I learn super quick. Having been self employed for the past 4 years I understand the importance of time keeping, how to do things on a budget, and understanding of all aspects of developing a product and business.
I am currently looking to be a part of a creative team, the perfect role would include one or all of these aspects; styling, costume design and visual merchandising.