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Email Verified Identity Verified Cerra McKenzy
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Stylist To Add Spice on Your Fashion

  • £100.00 - £150.00 / hr
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Hi its me, Cerra. I am london based stylist from Ireland, Your fashion stylists that work for individuals, fashion houses and clothing brands. My main responsibilities include providing fashion advice; choosing and co-ordinating outfits for models in photo shoots or actors in television and film; and choosing props and accessories and preparing them for shoots.

I work on the following fields:

  • Personal
  • E-commerce/online
  • Photographic
  • Catwalk
  • Still life
  • Product
  • Blogging/social media.
  • Film/Television industry

My relevant degree subjects are fashion merchandising, styling and designing. I took my degree at National College of Art and Design . The fashion industry is extremely competitive, making relevant experience essential for getting ahead.

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Experience

LONDON Fashion Week

  •  London Fashion Week
  •  Apr 2018 - Apr 2018

I worked with a brand during a fashion week in london, my role is to decide what accesorries available is matching the brand and design. 3 days of working with this event with 7 brands.

Education

BA (Hons) Visual Culture

  •  National College of Arts and Design
  •  Mar 2011 - Jun 2016

The BA in Visual Culture offers a unique opportunity to study the history, theory and analysis of art, design, architecture, fashion and screen culture in the setting of a leading art and design college. The programme is suitable for anyone with a broad interest in history, culture and society. Our Thomas Street campus, located in the heart of Dublin’s Liberties, is a busy hub of studios and workshops, enabling Visual Culture students to study alongside Ireland’s future artists, designers and makers.

You will be educated to become visually literate, expressive and articulate. On graduation you will have gained a broad range of critical and research skills associated with an arts degree. Our graduates work in arts and heritage management, in exhibition curation and education, in festivals and events organisation, and in the media.

A portfolio submission is not required; places are allocated through the CAO based on Leaving Certificate points.

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