meet our STYLISTS
I started this career path by studying Art and Design in Venice, where I had a great experience working for an in-house brand for 10 years. It was here that I learned everything about fashion, styling, trend forecasts and image communication. After my departure for a new experience in England I started to enjoy the close contact with the client and to help them to express the best of themselves. Styling for me is like art; every client is unique, with a unique fit and style, and a unique story to tell.
Layering! Since I moved to England I had to adapt to the cold weather. I love layers to be able to wear my lovely dresses even in the winter. The right shoes and accessories can really make the difference.
My name is Bonnie Lawrence. My background is in the arts, but my passion has always been style and design. This led me to Los Angeles after college, where I started working in fashion. My work has been published in creative journals, and I have entered the homes, interacted with, and managed the wardrobes of A-list celebrities. Fashion is art, and I believe in the transformative power of good styling. If I love my outfit, I feel confident and inspired, ready to take on the day. I aspire to help women look and feel their best.
My clothing style is feminine with an edge. I like contrast. For example, I would rock a biker jacket over a Victorian-style blouse.
Styling tip: Don’t be afraid to combine things that you usually wouldn’t pair together! For example, I love a plot twist- pattern with texture, vintage with new.
One of my favourite things about styling a client is seeing their vision come to life and knowing that I helped them to achieve their aspired look.
My personal clothing style consists of echoing “simplicity is key” – I stick to this by focusing on colour coordinating my outfits and adding accessories to basic garments in order to take the whole outfit up a level! I also love focusing on outerwear and making my jackets and coats the staple pieces of my outfits!
Styling tip: remind yourself that it’s not about the type of brands you wear that matter in an outfit, it’s about how you wear actual pieces and exactly how you put each garment together to make an outfit! Also remember fashion is subjective – if you feel comfortable in it, wear it!