Jane How is an international stylist. How’s career began in London in the early 90s – it was at this time that her collaboration with photographer Mark Borthwick originated, working together for eminent magazines The Face and i-D. Their distinctive style captured the imagination of cult magazine Self Service, who invited them to shoot their inaugural front cover in 1994.
Other notable historical collaborations include her work with Mario Sorrenti and Nick Knight, with whom she helped to create a total of six iconic campaigns for Dior, under the creative direction of John Galliano. She has also worked with Juergen Teller, Alasdair McLellan, Craig McDean, Glen Luchford, Harley Weir, Colin Dodgson, Jamie Hawkesworth and Zoe Ghertner across prestige editorial and luxury advertising clients.
Alongside her influential editorial work, How is renowned for her longstanding creative relationships and collaborations with designers Hussein Chalayan, Stella McCartney, Felipe Oliveira Baptiste and Claire Waight Keller. Her first significant collaboration was with Chalayan for 12 years after his third collection – contributing to the brand, supervising runway, editorial and advertising. Following on from this How started working with Stella McCartney, with whom she has continued to work as both a stylist and consultant for her eponymous brand. Over recent years, she has worked extensively with Baptiste and Waight Keller for their respective brands.
How’s extensive roster of clients includes Chanel, Coach, Chloe, Joseph, Gucci, Zara, Ports 1961, Maison Margiela, Lacoste, Emilio Pucci, and Roberto Cavalli among others. She continues to frequently contribute to acclaimed publications such as British Vogue, Vogue Paris, Vogue Italia, i-D, The Gentlewoman, M Le Monde, T Magazine, and AnOther Magazine among others, and continues to contribute to Self Service.