Harriet Verney is a London based writer and stylist who contributes to i-D, US Vogue and Vogue.com.
In London, she’s known for her fearless individuality — no doubt an approach that she took from her aunt Isabella Blow. Surrounded by fashion icons from an early age — Bryan Ferry and Daphne Guinness to be exact — Verney adopted a sense of style that is evident today in her role as a writer and stylist for i-D and British Vogue.
Verney has been shot by photographers including Mario Testino, Nick Knight and Bettina Rheims. She has most recently shot for Teen Vogue (in a self styled main fashion story), Paper Magazine and Tank. Verney regularly partakes in Showstudio's discussion panels alongside fashion luminaries like Lisa Armstrong, Hilary Alexander and Colin McDowell.
She made assistants cry by saying, 'you bloody lesbian wearing flat shoes'.
- Harriet Verney features in a project.