"THE NON CONFORMIST MUM" 

THE EVENING STANDARD MAGAZINE

Ashlyn is an ethical stylist who choses to work with brands and performing artists who care. 

Working from her own East London location Ashlyn offers favourable rates to sustainable brands and people she is passionate about. Whether they are using her styling and art direction skills or purely the location Ashlyn is supportive and nurturing of everyone she works with.

Her styling work has been seen in editorials around the world including:-

Chalk & Wild, Geist, Family Traveller, Gurgle Magazine, Holigans Magazine, Ikea Family Live Magazine, Kids Wear Living, Material Girl, Modern Rustic, Mollie Makes, La Petite Magazine, Luna Magazine, Material Girl, Papier Mache Magazine, Red Magazine, Sainsbury's Magazine, Smallish, ST Kids Telegraph Magazine, Sunday Times Magazine, Vogue Bambini, Wilding and 62nd Floor Artzine.

Ashlyn's commercial clients include:-

Ikea Family Magazine, The Little White Company, Next Home, Joules, The Bonnie Mob and Poco Nido.

An internationally recognised author, Ashlyn conceived, wrote and art directed Creative Family Home and Creative Children’s Spaces. The best selling titles were published by Ryland Peters & Small and have been translated into Dutch, German, Italian, Finish and Korean.  Ashlyn has written for Kids Wear Living, Mollie Makes, Red Magazine, Smallish, ST Kids Telegraph Magazine and is a leading voice on modern family living.

She was Style Editor for Kidswear Living, the London correspondent for Kidswear Magazine, launched Inspired Kids, a style blog for Red Magazine and compiled a series of interior family shopping pages for Baby & Me,

As an award winning London based retailer, Ashlyn is passionate about working with sustainable and eco conscious brands.   Her kids store Olive Loves Alfie established 2005 has been hugely influential in changing the face of contemporary kids boutiques around the world. Her latest venture Bless is a destination store  for soul seekers and conscious shoppers.

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