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Danielle Griffiths, Freelance Stylist & Author

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10:15 AM | 23 September 2016
by Adam Oldfield
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Danielle Griffiths, has over 15 years Fashion industry experience, having graduated from Westminster University with a BA in Fashion in 2001. We dig a little deeper to understand how Danielle started out.

Danielle Griffiths, has over 15 years Fashion industry experience, having graduated from Westminster University with a BA in Fashion in 2001. Danielle has styled various people and recently write her first book, Fashion Stylist’s Handbook, to give an insider’s guide to working in styling.

We dig a little deeper to understand how Danielle started out, her inspirations, keeping up with the industry, along with some all important advice for up-and-coming stylists looking to create a storm in the fashion world.

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