Anne Look is a communications consultant and editor currently living in Sydney.
Born in Australia, she competed at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Trials as a 15-year-old swimmer before going on to study business marketing and advertising. On her off-study days, she discovered her love of style by assisting the head of fashion at Westfield Bondi.
Anne moved to London in December of 2006 to study design and merchandising at the London College of Fashion. In 2010, she turned her attention to writing and obtained a distinction in creative writing at the London School of Journalism.
In 2008, an image from a fashion shoot styled by Anne was chosen to represent British designers at the Nolcha Fashion Week Gala in New York City. The following year, she worked alongside Sapphires Model Management and department store Harvey Nichols to style a ‘One Night Only’ catwalk to raise money for The Prince’s Trust.
Anne has since worked with a host of photographers, make-up artists and on websites and publications including International Life Magazine, Playboy France, The British Hairdressing Awards, The Industry London, Every Model Magazine, Matthew Curtis Hair Design, Mode Media, and has styled collections for countless emerging and established designers.
In 2011, Anne styled the cover and 8 page spread with leading Hollywood actress Gillian Anderson for Fiasco Magazine and styled the “Rocks Off” music video by Daniel Bedingfield. Anne also flew to Paris where she styled the album cover of ‘My Life Could Use A Remix’ by Universal signed recording artist Sophie Delila. 2011 was also the year Anne was credited by The Telegraph UK as a key fashion insider on social media site Twitter.
In recent years, Anne has focused on digital content; writing features for international clients through her work with picture giant Big Pictures, and as London editor at The editeur.
In 2013, Anne was the sole, full-time writer across all print and digital content for the London based Baukjen and Isabella Oliver labels. After work you’d find her sipping her very own cocktail; named Stylist And The City and designed specifically for her readers in connection with Farringdon’s Portal Restaurant and Bar.
Anne also writes features for The Huffington Post UK, and continues her work as an ambassador for the Rod Aldridge Foundation; a foundation dedicated to harnessing entrepreneurship as a catalyst for social change and helping young people reach their potential and improve their communities.
Anne was recently contracted with the NSW government to help in the planning and migration of all NSW government transactions into a single digital portal, as well as working as the Project Coordinator with publishers Urban Walkabout and City of Sydney to organise Sydney’s biggest ever fashion festival during the world’s premier month of fashion, September. Fashion Saturday inspired consumers to shop locally and for small retailers to promote their businesses to new audiences across key fashion precincts Newtown, Potts Point, Pyrmont, Surry Hills, Paddington and Darlinghurst.
Anne continues her content focus into 2017, working with King Content‘s South East Asian portfolio of clients on strategy, social and amplification.
When not in the office, you’ll find her in or on the water, either sailing or at the beach taking endless videos and photos with her latest love (the GoPro 4).
Anne is a dual Australian and British passport holder and is open to global opportunities. Want to work with Anne? get in touch here or say ‘Hi’ on Linkedin