This month we are launching a street-wide personal shopping experience, offering the services of world-class fashion stylists and style icons to you, compliments of Regent Street.
Exclusively for three months from June to August 2017, Regent Street will become home to a handpicked selection of top UK stylists, from backgrounds that span high fashion editorial, celebrity and personal styling.
Offering their expertise across both men and womenswear, you can now book one-on-one personal styling appointments with the likes of Kyle de Volle, Lucy Reber and Koulla Sergi, to name a few.
Book appointments here.
Whether you’re searching for a special occasion outfit, or simply looking to update your summer wardrobe, our Regent Street Stylists will be able to solve any sartorial dilemma, across a range of price points.
Enjoy their expert advice as you browse the latest collections from global luxury flagships and high street icons, including Burberry, J Crew, Kate Spade, Polo Ralph Lauren, Stuart Weitzman, & Other Stories and Uniqlo.
There are just 75 coveted two-hour appointments which will be available exclusively on Regent Street from 26th June until 31st August.
Each personal styling session will begin with a 30-minute one-to-one consultation followed by a bespoke hour and a half shopping with your stylist at relevant Regent Street stores. Each appointment will be based on your own personal style and price point, taking into consideration your favourite stores as well introducing you to some new ones. Our expert stylists will guide you and offer their advice on looks that work you.
For a top to toe styling experience, grooming experts from the likes of DryBy, Kiehl’s, Space NK, Murdoch and Liberty will also be on hand to offer advice about the perfect make-up or hairstyle to compliment your new look too.
Appointments are available on the link here.* Be sure to provide as much information as possible when you receive your consultation form, to ensure the best possible styling experience.
All appointments full? Don’t worry, many of Regent Street’s stores also offer their own in-store personal shopping, free of charge throughout the year, as part of a unique service on our incredible shopping street. For more information see individual stores.
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*Please note, all appointments for Regent Street Stylists will be offered on a first-come-first-served basis. New appointments will be issued on the first of every month, with the next due on 15th August.
Meet our Regent Street Stylists…
We have a fantastic selection of styling experts for you to choose from; get to know them with a brief into below.
Coline Bach is a French London-based Stylist & Costume designer.
After graduating from a Fashion Journalism MA at Central Saint Martin’s School, she went on to assist Dazed & Confused’s Fashion Director Robbie Spencer as his first assistant, working at his side on publications such as Dazed & Confused, AnOther, AnOther Man, Interview Magazine, Vogue Italia, V Magazine, V Man, Harper’s Bazaar and Teen Vogue before moving on to pursue her own career.
Coline's main clients include UK electro pop band Years & Years and British R&B pop sensation Anne-Marie. She is also the Fashion Editor At Large for Schön! Magazine and a freelance stylist for multiple UK & international publications as well as for multiple music artists.
Michelle Duguid has been a professional stylist for more than 15 years. Her very early career began at Vogue, and she has continued to work all over the world, with a raft of leading photographers, models and fashion designers.
Her styling has appeared in Vogue, Vogue Russia, InStyle and ELLE, and on celebrities including Jenifer Lopez, Alexa Chung and Benedict Cumberbatch. A regular at international fashion weeks, she has a wealth of fashion knowledge and an experienced eye for styles that work.
Kyle De' Volle is a celebrity stylist, designer, fashion consultant and style commentator.
Known first and foremost for his work as a celebrity stylist, Kyle has enjoyed a long creative collaboration with Rita Ora, in addition to Cara Delevingne, Bruno Mars, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Andrea Pejic amongst others.
West London’s artistic environment helped to mould Kyle’s unique aesthetic – a dynamic blend of urban street style and luxe design; club land meets couture.
In just eight years as a stylist, Kyle's work has appeared across an impressive array of braodcast and print media, including Vogue, Tatler, The X Factor, The MOBOS and Cosmopolitan to name a few. Kyle has also styled all manner of live performances and public appearances for a roster of A-list names.
A keen male beauty consumer, Kyle is often praised for his creative and forward thinking use of men’s make-up.
Krishan Parmar is a London based Freelance Fashion Editor and Consultant.
He has dressed celebrities including Anna Friel, Olivia Palmero, Emily Berrington, Joe Dempsie and Olly Alexander to name a few, as well as styling shoots for titles from Tatler, Wonderland to Elle.
Lucy Reber has 11 years industry experience as a stylist and fashion editor, on some of the UK’s biggest fashion and lifestyle titles. Starting her career at Red Magazine where she worked as shopping editor for 5 years, she then moved to Stylist magazine where she worked as Fashion Editor, styling main fashion stories and attending the international shows twice a year. She has recently gone freelance and is now working with a variety of commercial clients including John Lewis, The White Company and Monsoon.
Koulla Sergi is a freelance fashion stylist, with over 10 years’ experience in the industry. She has previously worked for titles such as Stylist and Marie Claire. Now freelancing, she contributes to Schon, NME and Stylist as well as working for Sony music artists and dressing celebrities for events.
Richard Sloan is a creative consultant and stylist.
His career break came when he was asked to style Coldplay. His name quickly gained notoriety within the music and film industries and he has worked with talent such as George Mackay, Andrea Riseborough, Andre Kene, Muse, Scissor Sisters and most recently Lily Allen, Roisin Murphy, Mariah Carey, Jungle, Rudimental & Raye.
Richard has a strong vision for both menswear and womenswear, collaborating with titles such as Zoo, The Last Magazine, V, Flaunt and Paper magazine. His editorial stories demonstrate his effortless approach of fusing streetwear, vintage and high fashion.
He has consulted and styled for numerous designers at London Fashion Week including House of Holland, Markus Lupfer, Louise Gray and Lulu & Co and also sits on the panel of Fashion East, a pioneering non-profit initiative with an aim to nurture emerging young designers through the early stages of their career.
Jo Holley is a freelance journalist from London. Since 2005 she has worked at Conde Nast as GLAMOUR’s Retail Editor writing the Glam Happenings pages and then until March of this year, she held the position of Acting Executive Retail Editor at Vogue writing the Checklist pages.
Harriet Byczok is a London based stylist for Red Carpet, Editorial, Advertising and Film.
Previously a freelance assistant Harriet has worked for Vogue Italia, Interview, ELLE, Dazed and Confused, Vogue Russia, Tatler Russia, Vanity Fair, Vanity Fair Italy, Esquire, Glamour, Tatler, Glamour Russia, Show Studio, Anotherman, Anothermag, Gentlewoman, Esquire, Hunger, Interventory, Lula, Off Black, Dapper Dan, Porter, Vogue China, Vogue Brazil, Vogue Paris.
Harriet has been stylist to Maisie Williams since 2014. Harriet has styled Maisie for TV Appearances and events such as the BAFTAS, Screen Actors Guild Awards, Golden Globes, AFI Luncheon, The Emmy's and Comic Con.
Shelly Vella’s experience in the fashion and magazine industry spans over 20 years, where she started her career at the newly launched Elle in the late 80’s. She then went to work as the Fashion & Style Director of Cosmopolitan UK for 15 years and also edited its stand-alone magazine, Cosmopolitan Fashion.
Shelly left Cosmopolitan to launch her own website www.thestylishstuff.com - a blog which informs its readers of the very best in fashion, beauty and interiors.
Clients Shelly has worked with include: Debenhams, John Lewis, House of Fraser, M&S, Olympus and JD Sports to name just a few.
Shelly has developed a 25 piece festival collection for Miss Selfridge and is currently developing a vegan bag collection. She has also worked alongside Olympus to create Project Green – an exhibition of her photography featuring sustainable fashion and beauty.
Amy Hanson-Bevan is a freelance fashion stylist, living and working in London.
With over 6 years in the industry, Amy contributes to Stylist magazine & Stella, Telegraph, as well as previously at many of the UK's top, fashion titles (LOVE, Sunday Times Style, British Vogue, Glamour, Harpers Bazaar & Red magazine).
Now a freelance stylist, from the catwalk to the high street, Amy has an expansive knowledge from high end, luxury fashion to everyday, affordable style. With a background in both advertising and editorial photoshoots, Amy actively works in the industry with celebrities, modelsand real women, of all ages, shapes and sizes.
She has an ability to give advice on what fun, trend leading outfits are relevant, and the classic pieces you should invest in that will last for seasons.