F A S H I O N S T Y L I N G + A R T D I R E C T I O N
Shelly loves directing and styling campaigns, look books and styling modern brides and grooms for their wedding day. Born in Switzerland with years spent in the US and Italy, she displayed an aesthetic for design and fashion from a young age. Shelly is passionate, determined and hardworking. She has honed her knowledge of the industry working closely with brides in one of Sydney’s leading modern bridal boutiques. Shelly has insider knowledge of bridal collections and has formed relationships with many bridal designers and industry creatives. Her strength lies in elevating any desired look, and doing so within budget.
Shelly’s bridal styling work has been featured in Hello May (three times), Hooray Magazine (twice), Magnolia Rouge, Together Journal (four times) and Rock'n'Roll Bride. She has also been a contributing writer in Rangefinder magazine, as part of their ‘On The Radar’ series. As a recent bride herself, Shelly understands how overwhelming finding the ‘right’ wedding outfit can be. She works closely with brides and grooms and helps them confidently determine their own style and focus on the details that tie the whole look together - carefully considering hair, makeup, flower and bridal party choices. Read some of her client's testimonials.
Shelly also works closely with designers who are looking to shoot look books and collection shoots and offers art direction, development and styling services. Her services include concept development, art direction and campaign or lookbook styling. Shelly is able to tailor services individually to your needs. Shelly has worked for designers Bon Bride, Bowie Rae, Nikki Witt Jewellery, By Kinsman and Pollen and Plume.
Please find her most recent published editorial styling work featured in Magnolia Rouge, Hello May Magazine (in print, as well as on online - click here and here), Together Journal (click here, here and here), Rangefinder Magazine's 'On My Radar' and Hooray Magazine (click here and here). Shelly's own wedding is published in issue 27 of Rocknroll Bride and was also featured in Together Journal.