Lola Chatterton: Q&A

As we approach 2014, Clash talks work, rest and play with some of this year’s top teams.

Prior to her appointment at Clash – ladies and gents please give a warm welcome our new Fashion Editor – Lola Chatterton played the role of assistant to a number of stylists such as Chloe Kerman, Jane How and Jacob K.

Baring rainbow locks and often a Meadham Kirchhoff glitter platform (reader, she bought them), Chatterton’s CV also boasts a stint as guest lecturer at the Clothes Show Live and the Textile Museum.

And now we can call her our own. Sort of.


The day job: Freelance fashion editor, stylist and consultant and writer.

The reason: I studied Fashion Journalism at university and from interning at various magazines I fell into styling.

Clash connection: I styled Maya Jane Coles, Deap Vally and then a few main fashion editorials.

2013 highlight: Sasha Kerman's birthday party and becoming Fashion Editor of Clash.

Ideal stocking filler: Anything by Meadham Kirchhoff.

Waving goodbye to 2013 to: For the last three years it's been Rihanna, but this year I feel like it may be Miley Cyrus (guilty pleasures).   


Hopes and dreams for 2014: To become a super stylist, buy some SS14 Miu Miu and own lots more Meadham clothes.


The current issue of Clash magazine is available now, with that M.I.A. on the cover.

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