Grace Woodward

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Grace Woodward
Born 1976
London, England
Education London College of Fashion
Occupation Stylist and Presenter
Spouse(s) Ken Drewery
Children 1

Grace Woodward is an English fashion stylist and television presenter, known for her judging role for Sky Living’s Britain and Ireland's Next Top Model.[1] and also hosted Chick Fix for the channel.

Born in London in 1976, she studied art and theatre at sixth form college, following with a degree in fashion promotion (citation needed) at the London College of Fashion, graduating in broadcast and marketing.[2] On graduation she joined Agent Provocateur, rising to become Head of Press.[3]

In 2004, she left her corporate job, and has since developed a career in styling, writing and creative direction leading to the launch of Grace Woodward Creative in 2008. Woodward was awarded Stylist of the Year 2009 by The Clothes Show and British Fashion Council. She has celebrity clientele, including La Roux; Emilia Fox; Florence and the Machine and Pharrell Williams. Woodward has also styled Green Day for the cover of Rolling Stone, a special Yves Saint Laurent issue for GQ and the GQ Men of the Year cover and its nominees who included Jonathan Rhys Myers, Cillian Murphy and Jamie Oliver.

As an editorial stylist, Woodward regularly works with The Sunday Times Style Magazine. She has also made contributions to The Saturday Times Magazine, Elle, Flaunt, Harpers Bazaar (UK and South America), Intersection, Nylon, Tank and 125. In the role of creative director she devised a 14-page feature for The Sunday Times Style Fashion Special celebrating and documenting the British fashion industry.[citation needed] In 2010 she joined The X Factor as fashion director and spent one series there.

Woodward also works with charities, mainly in helping tackle the over production and consumption in fashion. She has been a face of the Fashion Revolution campaign, worked for Oxfam alongside Joanna Lumley and Brix Smith Start for their Shwopping campaigns and climate change organisation Global Cool with their Turn Up The Style, Turn Down The Heat campaign.[4] Woodward has appeared on Channel 5’s Live From Studio 5, and been the face of On|off.TV at London Fashion Week.[citation needed]

Woodward lives in Hitchin in Hertfordshire where she has a shop Graceland selling rare and fine fashion goods.

On 29 September 2012 Grace married long-term boyfriend Ken.[5]


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