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Sarah-Rose Harrison is a stylist, fashion editor and consultant based in London.

Sarah-Rose honed her craft on the fashion desks of the biggest and best-loved magazines, including The Mail on Sunday's YOUCosmopolitan and Marie Claire where she holds the title of contributing fashion editor.

Styling the most beloved faces on British television, Sarah-Rose's clients include comedian and presenter Joel DommettRadio1 broadcaster and presenter Jordan North,  presenter and model Hannah Cooper and comedian Luke Kempner.

Styling notable British acting talent including, Hannah Dodd, Luke Fetherston, Carla Woodcock, Nathaniel Curtis, Nancy Farino and Kizzy EdgellAs well as Australian musician Ruel and Olivier and Tony nominee Ramin Karimloo and 'The Broadgrass' band for their London tour.

 

Styling work includes; ITV's The Masked Singer, ITV's The NTAs, ITV's The Masked Dancer, BBC1's Top of The Pops specials, BBC Radio1's Big Weekend, ITV2’s Hey Tracey and The Emily Atack Show. Currently working on Channel 4's 'Know Your Sh!t'.

Clients include; Bulgari, eBay, HSBC, BBC1, ITV, Netflix, Channel 4, ITV2, Alex Monroe, ASOS, Harper Collins, Wolf & Badger, ICONIC London, Pringles, Pizza Express, Very.co.uk, Joules, Superdry, Toolally, Miller White and Open For Vintage.

Brand collaborations include; curating her own River Island EDIT for London Fashion Week, reflective writing and curated edits for Wolf & Badger in addition to appearing as a fashion specialist on BBC 2's 'Stories Of Us.'

Sarah-Rose is available for global bookings in both editorial and commercial styling, for TV and personal styling, press tours and red carpet events for actors, musicians, athletes and more.

In addition Sarah-Rose produces, casts and interviews talent, producing content specials for Marie Claire UK including: PRIDE #MoreThanAMonth campaign featuring: Erin Doherty, Kizzy Edgell, Nathaniel Curtis and Luke Fetherston. As well as rising talent features, including The Rising Stars of the Fantasy genre with: Dafne Keen (His Dark Materials, BBC), Emily Carey (House of The Dragon, HBO), Markella Kavenagh (Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, Amazon), Lou Llobell (FOUNDATION, AppleTv), Erin Kellyman (Willow, Disney+) and Naomi J Ogawa (Wednesday, Netflix)


Contact; sarah@sarahroseharrison.com

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