Bay Garnett

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Bay Garnett is a British fashion stylist, author and editor. Born in 1973 in Bath, 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 featured contributors such as Anita Pallenberg, Chloe Sevigny, Liv Tyler and Debbie Harry. From 2002-2004, she was Style Director for British designer Matthew Williamson, and contributing editor for British Vogue.

Garnett is the Senior Independent Fashion Advisor for Oxfam, and has led their runway shows during London Fashion Week in 2017, 2019 and 2020. This is part of the LFW schedule, and is uniquely styled by Garnett out of second-hand items donated to Oxfam. Currently she is fashion director-at-large of the Evening Standard magazine.

Bay Garnett is a British fashion stylist, author and editor. Born in 1973 in Bath, 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 featured contributors such as Anita Pallenberg, Chloe Sevigny, Liv Tyler and Debbie Harry. From 2002-2004, she was Style Director for British designer Matthew Williamson, and contributing editor for British Vogue.

Garnett is the Senior Independent Fashion Advisor for Oxfam, and has led their runway shows during London Fashion Week in 2017, 2019 and 2020. This is part of the LFW schedule, and is uniquely styled by Garnett out of second-hand items donated to Oxfam. Currently she is fashion director-at-large of the Evening Standard magazine.

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