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In July 2021, I graduated with a first-class honours degree in fashion journalism from Central Saint Martins. Since then, I have completed the year-long Women at Dior mentoring and education program, taught at CSM and edited The Stack World's newsletter, all while taking a gap year to travel and explore new opportunities.

I am skilled in researching, interviewing, writing, networking and organisation. My writing has been published online by gal-dem, LOVE, ELLE UK and Techstyler. Moreover, I have PR and editorial experience at Christopher Kane, ELLE UK, The Times, Mary Fellowes, Fashion Revolution and the British Fashion Council.

For my final major project, I edited, art directed and launched PLASTER Magazine – an immersive digital media platform offering an antidote to the patronising, celebrity-driven fashion journalism often aimed at teenagers. PLASTER was shortlisted for Graduate Fashion Foundation’s award in association with FACE and also LVMH’s Maison/0 Green Trail award. Furthermore, a quote from my Black Lives Matter investigative feature was turned into a poster for a bus stop in Kings Cross.

Now, I am actively seeking paid job opportunities to apply my vast communication and marketing skills to the third sector, where my passion lies. I am particularly interested in causes such as mental health, environment, social action and child welfare.