Browse the Clippings.me directory of fashion journalists below. We found 281 fashion journalists listed.
Multimedia Journalist and Writer
Passionate, ambitious, and open-minded - let's start something together. For me, writing is a way to connect and engage with an audience. There's no better time to write than in the era of online sharing. There's also no better time than now to share a great cat photo, but that's besides the point. Don't be shy. Contact me at v[email protected] or send a carrier pigeon my way anytime!
Editor and content creator that loves beauty, fashion and spotting trends. Hair, fitness and SEO enthusiast.
I’m a fashion and beauty journalist currently heading up Allthingshair.com for the UK market. Caveats? I'm a caffeine and food junkie with a serious collection of nail varnishes and hair oils (because life is too short to wear just one colour of polish or to have dry hair, amirite?). Headstands are my downfall, HIIT (literally) makes me weak at the knees and the crow pose continues to elude me. Other noteworthy mentions: I spent the beginning of my career exploring the global trade show and fashion week circuit. I was previously the Catwalks Editor at Stylus Fashion and the Associate Events Editor at WGSN. I launched Homebuildlife-WGSN (now WGSN Lifestyle & Interiors) and Allthingshair.com; and contribute to Black Hair Magazine.
Editora, correctora de estilo y escritora freelance
Licenciada en Letras Hispánicas. Escribo desde reseñas de libros, notas y entrevistas, hasta reportajes de moda y de viaje.
Wrote for NYLON Singapore, Straits Times Digital, Campus Magazine, Trip101, Nanyang Polytechnic & The Buffalo Horn. Two-year awardee of the 'Best Writer Award' in Nanyang Polytechnic. Editor-in-Chief of the award-winning publication, CATCH Magazine's Feb 2019 issue. Beat: fashion, beauty, lifestyle, travel and food. Email: [email protected]
Speaker, Coach, and Content Creator
Natasha Nurse is a proud ’08 graduate of The Pennsylvania State University. She is a DEI Professional, Coach, Speaker, and Podcaster. She started Dressing Room 8 to provide a web-based resource for women to gain personal and professional empowerment through her fashion and lifestyle-focused blog and coaching services. Natasha focuses her coaching on media, career, and accountability. In 2017, she started the innovative podcast WokeNFree with her husband to address hot topics in an entertaining and educational way. They talk about relationships, education, religion, politics, music, history, fashion, diversity in the media, entertainment, empowerment matters, life hacks, technology, cultural disparities in the world, and everything in between. You can listen to a new WokeNFree episode every Wednesday for #WokeNFreeWednesday. Additionally, she is an enthusiastic mom who loves creating content, reading and enjoying time at home with her husband, son, and pets.
Writer, Illustrator, Social Media Manager
Sally Mulligan is a designer, writer, and sometimes stand-up comedian living in the Pacific Northwest. They spend their free time being a helicopter parent to their plants and their senior dog, Ella. Their love languages are ambient lighting, checking your work, and texting back quickly.
I have always had a great interest in the Media/Entertainment industry and in 2013, I was really happy to receive a Film and Television Studies degree (BA Hons). I continued to enjoy developing many of my interests as a graduate which include publishing, marketing and stardom. As a Newspaper Reporter, I cover stories within the areas of community news, hard news and entertainment on a weekly basis. I consider myself to be a down-to-earth person and I love nothing more than to sit in front of my laptop with a coffee and expand my journalistic perspective (which I demonstrate in my film reviews and investigative articles). Other creative passions I have lie within the areas of Fine Art, photography, fitness, fashion/interior design and travelling.
Freelance writer and pop culture enthusiast.
Keyaira is passionate about learning and all things beautiful. She believes coconut manicures are awesome, olives are underrated, and “you can never be overdressed or overeducated”.
Broadcast Journalist, Investigative Journalist
A journalist by profession with experience in theatre. A Monash University graduate. Someone who will go all the way for a story but will always work within the boundary of journalistic ethics and codes of practice. I believe the best stories are those that you know nothing about, purely for the reason that you are able to fully engage, understand, and write with complete curiosity and an unbiased mind.