Bay Garnett has established a strong position within fashion styling, editorial and consultancy. Born in 1973 in Bath, in the UK Garnett studied Art History and Modern History at Exeter University. She gained initial experience in galleries such as the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice, Pace Wildenstein in New York and working for photographic agency Art Department. In 1997 she launched acclaimed underground, anti-fashion magazine 'Cheap Date' in New York with Kira Jolliffe, which has won them the title 'thrift pioneers'. The magazine has contributors such as Anita Pallenberg, Chloe Sevigny, Liv Tyler and Debbie Harry. From 2002 till 2004, she was Style Director for British designer Matthew Williamson, and continues to be a Contributing Editor for British Vogue. In 2004 she designed a limited edition range for Top Shop and consulted for the label Chloe.