We are thrilled to have UK Fashion Stylist, Consultant and Tutor Denise Brown at the upcoming ‘Winter Fashion Beauty Detox Party’ taking place on Saturday 13th December 2014.
Denise makes, creates and styles. Her passion and desire isn’t only to create distinctive looks; it’s to inspire and leave a lasting impression.
A womenswear graduate from the world-renowned London College of Fashion, Denise Brown acquired a strong adoration for fashion from the first time she picked up a needle and thread to hand sew her own outfit, aged just 12. She has worked alongside eminent fashion stylists such as Franklin Akinsete and Cynthia Lawrence-John. Denise’s distinctive style has led her to dress some of the biggest names in pop culture including Kanye West, Rihanna, Eliza Doolittle and the Noisettes.
Denise’s international clientele include MTV, GMTV, Nickelodeon and Polaroid. Additionally, she has styled campaigns for Bench, New Era and Wale Adeyemi to name a few. Throughout her career, Denise Brown has worked with a diverse range of photographers including Andres Reynaga, Arron Dunworth, Daniel Thomas, Uzo Oleh and Curtis Benjamin to produce striking high fashion shoots and urban, street style looks.
Her work has featured in fashion editorial shoots for magazines and newspapers such as Time Out, NME, Volt Cafe, Fault, Fazhiblack, Fantasics, And Men, Noise and the Metro. Denise’s strong sense of creativity and ambition also caught the attention of music magazine Flavour, where she reigned as Fashion Editor for three years.
In 2007 Denise launched her own fashion label ‘Don’t Judge Me’- a collection inspired by her struggles, accomplishments and life lessons. The collection won the hearts of many celebrities including Mariah Carey and Tulisa from N Dubz, who both wore items from the collection. Don’t Judge Me captured the interest of the world’s media, allowing Denise to showcase her personal and original style on an international scale.
With ample knowledge of the fashion industry, as well as over eight years applying her knowledge through teaching, Denise has also set up a company called “Fashion Changed My Life”, which aims to inspire and encourage young people and adults to explore their creativity through fashion styling and dressmaking.