Our independent and voluntary Expert Council, comprising 49 influencers. Brands do not apply or pay to be considered, the selection process is independently administered by The Centre for Brand Analysis and considers thousands of brands from over 50 sectors.
2021 CoolBrands Council
2021 CoolBrands Council
Our independent and voluntary Expert Council, comprising 49 influencers. Brands do not apply or pay to be considered, the selection process is independently administered by The Centre for Brand Analysis and considers thousands of brands from over 50 sectors.
Other film credits include THE SEA, with Ciarán Hinds and Sinéad Cusack; AFTER THE DARK, with James D’Arcy and Sophie Lowe; and BEFORE I SLEEP, with David Warner and Tom Sizemore. Bonnie has since stepped behind the camera - directing shorts, commercials and music videos, with projects having premiered at Cannes and Tribeca Film Festival. Her passion for storytelling has also led her to record several audiobooks with Audible and Penguin Random House.
Bonnie is a leading climate activist serving as an ambassador for both Greenpeace and Rainforest Alliance. Bonnie's mission is to promote a sustainable lifestyle that can be obtainable and fun. She is committed to using her platform to further her own education around climate and humanitarian issues and communicate her findings in an engaging way with her followers."
In 2017, Caspar co-founded the influencer marketing platform, Influencer.com and took the role of Chief Visionary Officer. That same year he became an ambassador to The Queen’s Young Leaders.
In 2018, he co-founded Margravine Management with Joe Sugg. IMG invested and is a strategic partner to the company.
In 2019, he co-founded Creative Investment Club which is a syndicate of top creators from around the world investing together in companies at their Pre-Seed, Seed, Series A, and Series B stages. Notable investments include Dash Water and Faceit.
In 2020, Caspar was listed in Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe for his work within Media and Advertising"
In 2019, Brenock starred as the leading role ‘Conor’ in the new musical adaptation of hit film Sing Street, which opened at the New York Theatre Workshop. Brenock received a Drama League Nomination for Distinguished Performance for the role, and the New York Times called his performance ‘a smashing New York stage debut’. A Broadway transfer is in the works.
Film work includes the leading role of David in The Bromley Boys, along with roles in Vita and Virginia and Another Mother's Son.
Brenock is also a singer-songwriter under the name McGovern. "
Since her appointment as Chief Executive in April 2009, she has focused on strengthening the British Fashion Council’s network and platforms to connect businesses with global audiences both trade and consumer. During this time London Fashion Week has become a globally recognised platform for creativite fashion talent, London Fashion Week Men’s was launched in 2012 and more recently the four fashion weeks in London have become gender neutral with a pivot to digital for June 2020 and beyond. The Fashion Awards has become the global awards for the fashion industry and has raised £ms for the BFC’s charitable projects. This year the BFC has launched The Institute of Positive Fashion as an engine room for change, galvanising the industry to address how it can more positively impact the Environment, People and Community. Caroline and her team have successfully pivoted London Fashion Week and the Fashion Awards to digital platforms and look forward to returning to hybrid digital and physical formats for 2021. Caroline sits on the UK’s Creative Industry Trade Board and is also co-founder of LOCA, a platform and global community of brands and talent to connect more easily and collaborate more efficiently."
duo the late Joe Casely-Hayford OBE and Charlie Casely-Hayford in 2009. With a
focus on duality, artisanal specialists and exquisite fabrics, the Bespoke House
skilfully merges modern tailoring nuances with British subcultural references to craft
a purposeful modular wardrobe centred around slow fashion.
With a trans-generational message at its core, each collection is designed and cut
from studios in both London and Tokyo. Fine English and Japanese fabrics are
combined with the signature House cut and construction to create a unique design
statement and commitment to modern craft.
Integral to the brand’s DNA is its link to the UK and international music scene,
having worked with and dressed artists ranging from the xx and James Blake to Mos
Def and Drake.
Aside from this, Dermot explores his love of music in variety of projects, all produced by his production company Ora et Labora. These include his weekend Radio 2 show, ‘Saturday Breakfast with Dermot O’Leary’, his podcast series ‘People Just People and a TV show for the BBC titled ‘Reel Stories’, a series that takes an exclusive look back through the lives of iconic entertainers. Born out of Dermot’s curiosity, his podcast series ‘People Just People’ sees him interviewing a range of guests he greatly admires from the worlds of sport, fashion, politics and entertainment. After two successful series, Dermot has just released a third series this year.
Dermot has also presented and co-produced Reel Stories, a show that sees him chat to the likes of Kylie Minogue, Noel Gallagher, Rod Stewart and Dave Grohl as they watch defining moments throughout their careers.
Since his first book ‘The Soundtrack to My Life’ was published in 2014, he’s turned his hand to writing children’s books. The successful ‘Toto the Ninja Cat’ series has four books to its name with the 5th book in the series set to be out later this year.
Other career highlights include hosting The National Television Awards from 2010-2019, presenting the prestigious BRIT awards in 2017 with Emma Willis and presenting BAFTA Red Carpet Live, interviewing Hollywood A-Listers such as George Clooney, Melissa McCarthy & Amy Adams.
Dermot started his on-screen career as part of T4’s original line up, he then went on to present and produce Big Brother's Little Brother for many years. Dermot is an ambassador for both UNICEF and CAFOD as well as championing several other charities close to his heart.
Prior to this Dominic had spent fifteen years in the music industry putting on events all over the world from Ibiza to Miami, working with everyone from Daft Punk to Ice T.
In March 2020 when London went into its first lockdown Dominic turned his attention to helping feed Londoners in need. To date his new organisation, A Plate For London, have fed over 25,000 people.
In autumn 2020 Dominic launched the Tramshed Project, a new coworking, dining and culture space in Shoreditch which The Telegraph referred to as “the future of dining out”.
It’s no wonder she has presented the Scottish BAFTA’s for seven consecutive years as well as BBC Four’s ‘Life Cinematic’ which explores film-making with guests such as Sam Mendes and Sofia Coppola.
Edith Bowman’s critically acclaimed weekly ‘Soundtracking’ podcast is the film industry’s go to with the biggest actors and composers choosing talking to Edith about the music that inspired them and how they use music in their films, from their current release to key moments in their career. Guests on the podcast include Nick Frost, Ewan McGregor, Ricky Gervais, Tim Burton, Pedro Almódovar, Quentin Tarantino, Hugh Grant, Richard Curtis, Bradley Cooper, Guy Ritchie, Greta Gerwig and more.
She also hosts Netflix’s ‘The Crown: The Official Podcast’ diving deep into the stories of each episode interviewing the likes of Olivia Colman, Gillian Anderson and Helena Bonham Carter."
In 2017, Erin appeared in BAFTA Award-winning writer Jack Thorne’s Junkyard. Later that year she took on the leading role in Aykbourn’s The Divide at the Edinburgh International Festival to critical acclaim, and The Young Vic’s one woman show My Name is Rachel Corrie again won her plaudits. Other stage credits include A Christmas Carol and Wolfie. Doherty’s inaugural television role was as a guest star in the Call the Midwife in 2016, followed by the BBC adaptation of Les Miserables which has led her to great success as Princess Anne in The Crown.
Ferdinand’s theatrical credits include Nicholas Hytner’s HAMLET, alongside Rory Kinnear, and Simon Godwin’s MAN AND SUPERMAN with Ralph Fiennes, both at the National Theatre.
Ferdinand can currently be seen in David Fincher’s latest film MANK, in the role of American film Producer Irving Thalberg, alongside Gary Oldman, Lily Collins and Charles Dance.
Through her experiential – led practice across live, installation and video, Marshall explores the intersection of the human condition in a mechanised society through physical and emotive environments engineered with sensitivity; light and dark, clinical coldness against warmth interact to create alchemic emotional experiences that render the viewer stunned but safe and ultimately, human.
Marshall’s multi-sensory work binds her aesthetic and spiritual hybrid – synthesising the dichotomous relationship between silence and sound. A fascination with the power of real connection is always embedded explicitly through the weight of words. Driven by social impact and human consciousness, her intention is to encourage deeper listening within the internal and external worlds we inhabit.
Over twenty years ago, she founded Tatty Devine, the world's go-to brand for original and fun statement jewellery, in East London with her business partner and friend Rosie Wolfenden. Together they were ready to change the world. A keen eye and an intuitive sensibility gave focus to everything that she created and reflected. Today, Tatty Devine’s aesthetic has become a language in which to talk about jewellery design and the style she has created is a celebrated signature, recognised in every corner of the globe, representing an essence of Britishness.
She is proud to lead a loyal, female team including a small group of dedicated, skilled makers who hand-make all Tatty Devine jewellery in Kent. She designs every piece of Tatty Devine Jewellery, directs all photography and oversees all the design portraying the brand today. Through collaborating with like-minded artists, designers and organisations, she explores the coming-together of two unique visions creating a captivating newness. Key collaborations include: Fawcette Society, The Design Museum, Jeremy Deller and The Tate.
In 2019, Harriet was an expert craft judge on Channel 4's The Fantastical Factory of Curious Craft and has co-authored two books, Misshapes: The Making of Tatty Devine (2019) and ‘‘How To Make Jewellery with Tatty Devine’ (2011). In 2013, she was awarded an MBE for services to the fashion industry.
He hosts the largest commercial Early Breakfast show in the UK, on Heart FM Monday to Friday, and combines this with on-screen red-carpet hosting roles on E! UK, GQ Men Of The Year, Disney UK and most recently at The Brits.
James has a strong, highly engaged social following owing to his work in the Men's Fashion & Lifestyle arenas with a combine social following of 50K, and has worked with some of the world's biggest, and most reputable brands.
Finally, James spent 4 years studying Geography & climate change at The University of Bristol, and speaks with a passion and authority around the subject, as demonstrated by his recent work with the charity WWF.
Born in Scotland in 1984 and raised in Cumbria, he enjoyed art from a very young age. He moved to London in 2004, where he graduated with a BA in fashion print design at Central Saint Martins in 2009. He has since then taught as a lecturer both at Central Saint Martins as well as at the University of Westminster. During his studies, he realised that he could channel his interest in fashion and textiles through his passion for drawing.
His works are distinct and identifiable, characterized by vibrant and youthful
multi-layered collages bursting with color and texture. His instinctive, un-laboured collage techniques combined with painted and drawn elements bring together rough-and-ready textures with luminous colors for a touching sensitivity.
More recently, Booth has been focusing on making ceramic ornaments, prints and vases with Studio Voltaire and interior and art based objects with Ian McIntyre under their collaborative platform Supergroup. His diverse works seem to feature as often in the fashion world as they do on magazine covers, restaurant walls and in museum collections.
John is currently focusing on his studio work - exploring ceramic objects and furniture as well as his textile print designs for luxury fashion and interior labels.
John has earned his status and leading reputation. He is an industry pacesetter who continues to push creative boundaries - bursting with ideas and creativity. He is the resident Hair Stylist on TV Series 10 Years Younger and is of course is celebrity stylist of choice to a host of leading names from the Spice Girls to Bjork, from Zaha Hadid to Helena Christensen.
Johns editorial work has spanned the leading magazines for the past three decades, and his work has graced the covers of all the leading magazines, including Vogue, Vanity Hair, 10 Magazine and Harrods to name a few.
John is known for his creative vision and flair; he is committed to inspiring hairdressers and supporting the industry at every level. When John is not busy with his hands-on work, he lectures at the University of Art, collaborating with lead designers and photographers including David Bailey, Annie Leibovitz and Rankin.
His professional status, industry experience combined with a truly great sense of humor and gracious humility which truly sets him out from the rest.
Johns is genuinely a true craftsman; he began his hairdressing career within the Vidal Sassoon organization in the early 1990’s. He quickly fast tracked the business and was promoted to Creative Director and formed part of a pioneering team that instigated the first ever sponsorship of London and New York Fashion Weeks. After 12 years at Sassoon, working directly with Vidal himself, John joined forces with Belle Cannan and Josh Wood to launch Real Hair in London, where collectively they developed one of the most prestigious clienteles and formed some of the world's international influencers from Fashion, Film, Art, and Design.
John was appointed as Creative Director at PZ Cussons on the newly acquired FUDGE and Charles Worthington Haircare brands. As Creative Director of FUDGE John’s technical ability and experimental flair was showcased on global catwalks and backstage at prestigious awards. John also launched a brand ‘Lookbook’ project with photographer Rankin and launched a pop-up salon at the Zaha Hadid Gallery. In addition, John also became a regular columnist for Sunday Times Style Magazine.
In 2016 John launched and Co-founded Salon Sloane – a new concept and destination boutique hair salon - with Belle Cannan, a creative hot house and collaboration of world-leading hair talent located in London's prestigious Sloane Square, the heart of Chelsea.
In 2017 he joined forces with Revlon Professional as a the first 'Global Influencer'. He currently champions the group's portfolio of Haircare products ranging from Revlon Professional, to men's brand American Crew.
In addition to a busy modelling career, Josh has continued to have a presence in mainstream entertainment, he had his own show on Heat Radio for two years from 2017, was a contestant and finalist on BBC’s Celebrity Master Chef, and in 2018 was on the cover of Men’s Fitness where he shared his own physical and mental wellbeing journey.
Over the years she has made edible creations for the thousands, including; Sir Ian McKellen, Bryan Adams, Prince Harry, Fearne Cotton and Kate Moss. 'Some cakes boast that they are exceedingly good . Well, ‘Juliet's cakes look good, taste even better and are among the best I've ever enjoyed eating.’ - Sir Ian McKellen
She is a regular presenter on ITV’s This Morning show and designed and created the edible animated characters for Channel 4’s Great British Bake Off for their TV, social and print media advertising campaigns, we all remember the 'GBBO ‘We All Stand Together’ advert that she was part of. Juliet is hugely experienced in recipe writing for print, having written four successful baking books, and for numerous publications such as BBC Good Food, Delicious and Hello magazines. She also works with major International brands such as the BBC, Cadbury, Dr Oteker, Kitchen Aid and Marc Jacobs and was previously the UK Ambassador for Cake Boss.
‘Juliet's cakes are not only an exquisite vision of fantasy and precision, but a taste explosion of the highest degree.’ - Fearne Cotton
After studying Fashion at University of Westminster, Hillier initially worked at Dazed and Confused magazine and with the photographer John Akehurst, allowing her to gain a unique insight into the lifecycle of a product after it had been designed, from how a stylist would use it, to how it was promoted. Her first moment as a designer came as a beaded belt she designed for Luella Bartley’s much feted debut collection, Daddy I Want A Pony.
The early 00’s were a creative boom-time for creatives such as Katie, where freedom of thought and design were encouraged and explored. This in turn lead to many creative collaborations that have continued and grown throughout the course of her career, from Giles Deacon to Stuart Vevers and Katie Grand, and of course, Luella Bartley with whom she still runs the cool luxury womenswear label, Hillier Bartley.
Her passionate and visceral reaction to ideas means simple, irreverent, gestures become elevated, eventually turning into iconic shapes and products; the Hillier Bartley paperclip earring, her infamous Bunny Bag. These common shapes and objects should, by rights, be kitsch, but the Bunny Bag is made in Italy and finished with a classic leather trim, and the paperclip earring is covered in pave stones. Through this combined luxury and simple design, they become chic and covetable.
Katie Hillier has built a studio that continues her creative process with a unique way of thinking. This creative agency has adapted itself to work online, and where possible, with sustainability in mind. It is this approach to design that makes working with Katie Hillier to create luxury items, an experience like no other.
Leyla Kazim (The Cutlery Chronicles)
Leyla is a London-based presenter and digital creator specialising in travel and food. She travels to eat. Inspired by the exceptional cooking she was brought up with by her Mauritian mother and Turkish-Cypriot father, she spent the best part of 2015 on one big trip, eating her way around the rest of the world. She drew on her catalogue of culinary experiences to co-create Lonely Planet’s book: The Ultimate Eatlist, The World's Top 500 Food Experiences (2018). Leyla shares her global culinary stories through her blog, social media platforms, and a number of online and print publications. The influential and internationally read food and travel blog, thecutlerychronicles.com was launched in 2012. The associated social media accounts have accumulated over 115,000 followers, and she is highly regarded as an authoritative voice in the world of travel and food. She is also the founder of londoncheapeats.com, the ultimate online insider guide to finding the best value food in London, which has been featured in several newspapers and websites. Leyla is also part of the core presenting team for BBC Radio 4's The Food Programme, now in its 40th year. She was announced as one of the 12 judges for the BBC Food & Farming Awards 2019, and was also a judge on Channel 4's 2019 25-episode TV series Beat The Chef. She has a BSc in Astrophysics from University College London (UCL).
Our mission is to drive ROI for our clients by delivering culturally impactful programmes that are talked about, shared and deliver high levels of engagement. Purpose and responsibility are at the core of our values, behaviour and expertise. We have made a conscious and ongoing commitment to ensure our work strives to create a more inclusive, representative and equitable culture for all - and creates opportunities for our brand partners to use the power of their platforms to contribute. We celebrate and champion altruism, community, and the people and brands who share the same vision, creating compelling authentic campaigns, partnerships and activations that have a positive impact on issues or areas of opportunity.
Over the last decade she has built the careers of some of the most in demand talents including Alexa Chung and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. From global magazine covers, broadcast, publishing and many brand deals across fashion, beauty and tech. More recently Liz brokered the deal between Pat McGrath Labs and Star Wars to create a much coveted limited edition collection with saw huge global reach.
In 2020 Liz worked with Grazia International and Kim Kardashian-West to create a global takeover featuring over 10 International editions - a world first which linked to the launch of SKIMS in Selfridges. Liz brought new relevance to mental health charity Movember by recruiting photographer Greg Williams to take striking portraits of some of the biggest names in popular culture - the campaign has been seen by over 250 million people and counting. Liz is a much respected Comms expert who has been interviewed for British Vogue, Sunday Times Style, Grazia, Coutts Woman, ELLE, Bumble Bizz and Good American.
After working in fashion for many years at the likes of Sheerluxe.com, InStyle and trends and innovation advisory Stylus, in 2014 Lucy took her blog full time and has over the last decade built a dedicated global audience and engaged community online. Lucy now runs three instagram accounts making her platforms an essential destination for effortless, fashion, beauty and travel photography (@lucywilliams02), lifestyle mood boards and inspiration (@remotely) and her newest venture into home and interiors (@lucywilliamshome).
Alongside creating integrated content for top international brands, Lucy has fronted campaigns for Armani Beauty, MANGO and Label/Mix. She has also curated an AW18 edit for Warehouse, and designed a capsule shoe collection with Aeyde and a swimwear range with Love Stories Intimates.
In 2015 Lucy began her collaboration with Missoma. Now in its sixth year of production, Lucy’s jewellery is hard to miss – it adorns every cool girl and A-list star in the know."
Maria made her author debut in 2017 with her best-selling book – How To Be An Overnight Success. Exploring Maria’s journey thus far, the book provides insights on how she went from being fired to building a multi-million global beauty empire and last year Maria released her 2nd book How To Make It Happen, a 10 step guide to motivating yourself and making your dreams a reality.
Maria achieved success by thinking big, taking risks, creating buzz and building her own personal brand. She believes anyone can do this if they put their minds to it, and in her second book she reveals how with expert advice, tips and secrets in this personal and raw edit of the good and bad in business. Maria boasts 800K+ follows on social media using the platforms to inspire and motivate her audience. It only came as a natural progression in 2018 to launch her own podcast, Overnight Success. The podcast is a regular in the top charts on iTunes with 5 star reviews and a record number of downloads.
Maria is a Patron to the British Fashion Council and sits on the panel, alongside Edward Enninful, Erdem and Caroline Rush, for the BFC Vogue Fashion Fund which grants funding to new up and coming fashion designers.
He starred as new series regular, footman Andy Parker, in ITV’s much loved British drama Downton Abbey, and will soon begin shooting the second Downton Abbey Movie. Michael has had roles in television drama’s including ITV’s flagship shows Midsomer Murders and Endeavour, the BBC’s The Ark opposite David Threlfall and Marvellous alongside Toby Jones. Michael has appeared on the big screen in Christopher Nolan’s Academy Award winning film Dunkirk.
Michael has performed onstage to rave reviews, including A Lie Of The Mind, written by Sam Shephard, at the Southwark Playhouse. He reunited with fellow Downton star, Hugh Bonneville in the Chichester Festival Theatre’s production of Ibsen’s An Enemy Of The People. As well as acting he still finds time for his other passions - Michael is a very proficient horse rider, and regularly competes at British eventing. He and his band Makers have recorded at the famous Abbey Road Studios. Michael is a strong supporter of the charity ‘Parkinson’s UK.’
Michelle was born in Manchester, grew up in London, and has lived in both New York and Los Angeles. Home is now Brighton, on the South coast of England, with her young son and two very laid-back Basset Hounds.
Founded in 2015 by Nachson and his brother Arieh Mimran, to.org is a venture fund, foundation, and collection of creative endeavours, all focused on accelerating Earth’s most vital ventures.
With a passion for nature and humanity stemming from a childhood spent in West Africa and Europe, Nachson leverages his network to address Earth’s most pressing challenges and ensure the future health of people and planet.
Natalie has spent more than a decade working in craft. From 2012- 2018 she was co-founder and managing director of The New Craftsmen, a business which curates, commissions and sells unique contemporary objects rooted in craftsmanship and narrative and made by makers from across the British Isles.
As commercial director at Arts & Business (2005-2011), she oversaw the development of Crafted, in partnership with Walpole, a business support & mentoring programme for highly skilled makers.
Nicola then moved on to work for a studio which explored the hospitality design sector and helped to instill the commercial values still held high by Nicola to this day. She dealt with international commercial projects, hotels and restaurants, gaining invaluable experience by running huge sites.
Nicola spent two years on site based in Turkey, overseeing and designing the interior of the Intercontinental Hotel and during this time she worked with many international HNWI's on various residential schemes in locations worldwide.
With a huge amount of encouragement from existing clients, Nicola founded Argent Design in 1997 and since her first year of trading quickly gained a solid client-base of private individuals of both UK and international reputable standing. Select forward-thinking developers and property agents recognised Nicola’s interior design vision and approach as possessing unique commercial value, consequently leading to Argent Design becoming one of London’s foremost studios for elite prime real estate developments.
Now, after twenty-five years of experience, a wealth of knowledge, a plethora of contacts and last but not least - graft, Nicola Fontanella is one of interior design's biggest names worldwide.
As an Ambassador for the Charity 'Women for Women International' she is proud to support their initiatives to empower women in conflict zones and bring their work to the forefront. She is also the founder of 'Smart Swap', a successful clothes swap event. Niomi was the UK face of L'Oréal Botanicals, the all-natural, vegan haircare brand and is the creator of the L’Occitane lipstick, Sweet Rosé.
2020 is set to be a big year for Roman, with him and his dad Martin hosting their new ITV show Sunday Best and appearing in Celebrity Gogglebox for the second season
Roman’s other work includes voicing the UK series and the Global series of Takeshi’s Castle and commonly appearing on This Mornings ‘Showbiz’ segment. Roman’s collaborated with top brands and charities such as; Sport Relief, EE, Cadburys, Absolut and Coca Cola. Before his presenting took off, Roman also forged a successful modelling career, modelling campaigns for the likes of Topman and Dropdead
You will currently find Seema presenting the Premier League’s global Match-Day Live coverage, ITV’S International football, BBC Snooker‘s Triple Crown events and Amazon Prime UK Premier League.
Seema has presented a multitude of sports and covered some of the world’s most prestigious tournaments, including the UEFA Champions League 2020 for CBS Sports, Cricket World Cup 2019 and FIFA World Cup 2018.
She has also hosted a number of high profile events including the Rugby League World Cup Draw 2021 at Buckingham Palace with Prince Harry and spoken at various others, sharing her views on the industry she knows very well, most recently at Manchester City’s global Citizens Young Leaders Summit 2020.
She has been recognised for her contribution to sport being awarded Sport’s Journalist of the year at the Asian Media Awards 2018 and the Media Award at the Asian Football Awards 2017.
‘times’ was launched last year when the single ‘Chemicals’ a soaring, funk- driven track entirely performed and sung by SG himself. SG then released his second single from the debut album campaign called ‘Impact’ which features Robyn & Channel Tres. Later followed by Feed The Fire with Lucky Daye and then One More with the legendary Nile Rodgers.
SG has previously collaborated with Col3trane, Raye, Ray BLK, The Neptunes / N.E.R.D’s Chad Hugo, Gerd Janson, Conducta and more as well as producing ‘Hallucinate’ on Dua Lipa’s record-smashing album Future Nostalgia and Dave’s ‘100M’s’ proving his worth as one of the most versatile and prolific musicians from the UK.
Prior to joining CAPITAL in March 2020, Sian had her own weekday and weekend show from 2017 on HEART - the biggest radio brand in the UK. Sian’s fun and mischievous personality attracted high profile guest including; P!nk, Chris Pratt and Sam Smith. Her other work with HEART included hosting their special events from Ed Sheeran’s secret live concert to the Regent Street Christmas light’s switch-on alongside Jamie Theakston.
Sian is also known for when she was a weather presenter for CHANNEL 5, her famous creative comedy forecasts went viral across the globe, racking up an outstanding 10 million views online, with the New York Times calling her ‘An Internet Hero’. And in 2016 Sian was named a leading presenter on social media at #FurtherFaster conference, hosted by TWITTER. She also hosted the international trivia game show app HQ this side of the atlantic to over 300,000 users. In addition BBC ONE made Sian their regular SNAPCHAT channel host, covering events including the prestigious EE BAFTA AWARDS. In the summer of 2020, Sian hosted the GOODWOOD SPEED WEEK for ITV with Dermot O’Leary. She is also the current host of ITV online quiz show 21 SECONDS TO KNOW.
Sian’s work has taken her all over the world, hosting the FORMULA E: STREET RACERS MAGAZINE SHOW for CHANNEL 5, and other sport programmes including CHANNEL 4’s six party cycling show THE REVOLUTION, the Rugby World Cup for ESPN and the GOODWOOD FESTIVAL OF SPEED for RED BULL.
Founded on 40 vibrant years of impeccable craftsmanship and a passion for traditional British skills, Webster’s work has been built on a foundation of technical excellence, perfecting his craft at the workbench in London’s Hatton Garden where he first began his apprenticeship at the age of 16.
Rebellious yet ethical, the brand genuinely stands for something good using materials that are always thoughtfully and responsibly sourced.
With over 100 points of sale worldwide, including the Stephen Webster flagship Mount Street salon, the brand continues to thrive under its Founder and Creative Director, Stephen Webster, and the introduction of the next generation, Stephen’s daughter, Amy Webster.
Stephen Webster Campaign https://youtu.be/5atJqXKylXk
25 Years of Crystal Haze https://youtu.be/O23icX9EzLk
Stephen Webster’s Mean Margarita https://youtu.be/itwzZH3uSR8
YouTube - Stephen Webster Jewellery
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They write regularly for an array of newspapers and have authored several books on drink – the latest being “The Thinking Drinkers’ Almanac” due out in the Summer 2021.
In 2011, disillusioned with dull drinks tastings, they transferred their expertise from the editorial page to the theatrical stage by writing and performing a unique comedic drinking show in which audience members sip discerning drinks while learning about (and laughing at) the socio-cultural history of alcohol.
Having debuted at the 2011 Edinburgh Fringe Festival in an old freight container, the Thinking Drinkers’ shows are now a highlight of the Festival and they spread their “Drink Less, Drink Better” mantra nationwide, reaching more than 15000 people every year. They are due to return to UK theatres this year with their latest show “Thinking Drinkers Pub Quiz”.
Zara’s down to earth, kind nature and her intelligent perspective won her an army of fans, and her following on Instagram has since grown to well over a million. Zara regularly works with brands to showcase the latest fashion and make up trends to her avid audience. Keen on fitness and clean living she founded ‘A Day with Zara’, a subscription platform where she shares balanced recipes and blog articles with her members.
When it comes to traditional broadcast, Zara is a cast member on E4’s ‘Made in Chelsea’
and is currently working with BBC3 to produce a documentary looking into the controversies around revenge porn and the distribution of non-consensual images. A previous victim herself, it’s a cause Zara feels passionate about, and having teamed up with the charity Refuge to front their “The Naked Threat” campaign, Zara has recently found herself back in Parliament Square to demand a change in the law.