Dolly Jones is a writer and creative consultant. She studied History of Art at Manchester University before undertaking a three-week work placement at BritishVogue. She then moved on to study Periodical Journalism at University of the Arts London, during which she was commissioned to interview someone at the top of their game: then-BritishVogue editor Alexandra Schulman obliged.
Jones was later invited back for a six-month internship in the Vogue editorial department, which led to her first role at Vogue's digital platform, Vogue.com in January 2000. Jones worked for Condé Nast for 19 years, as the editor of Vogue.com and ultimately as Digital Director. Following that, in 2018 she became the editorial director of Eco-Age, as well as freelance consulting on environmentally conscious projects.