What does your job involve?
The scope of my job includes strategy, media relations, content creation and event management. A typical day is a combination of all of these things, plus some organised chaos with a sprinkling of the unexpected!
How would you describe your style?
Classic. I wear clothing that’s timeless: blazers, shirts, denim, black. I try not to over-analyse new trends or force myself into them. Instead, I wear the pieces that fit me well.
What would surprise people about your wardrobe?
If I find something that works, I’ll buy it again. My favourite blazer, shirt and pants are represented in my wardrobe in at least two different colours, which might seems excessive, but I hate wandering aimlessly through stores looking for something that resembles its well-worn counterpart.
Do you have a favourite item?
It’d have to be my wedding shoes, which were a gift from my husband, Matthew Stretton. They’re custom-made Prada heels in a nude saffiano leather with a baby-blue sole, complete with my initials in gold. They’re my dream.
What’s your fashion obsession?
At the moment, it’s the scarf. It’s such a versatile item, and a great way to incorporate prints into my wardrobe.
How do you tackle casual?
Sneakers! They’re no longer just comfortable– they’re a fashion statement. Mine don’t see the inside of the gym as much as I’d like, but I keep a close eye on sneaker trends and believe the hype.
What’s your ultimate style advice?
It’s something I have to remind myself: wear what works for you, not someone else.
What does your skincare regime entail?
I’ve recently started using products from innovative brand The Ordinary. Most of it is water-based, so you’re nourishing your skin without drowning it in heavy creams.
Do you have any go-to brands?
Harman Grubiša – it represents the woman I aspire to be. It’s sophisticated and elegant, and every garment is designed with such care. I mix in Camilla and Marc for a bit of an edge, and in summer, Ingrid Starnes always romances me with her collections.