Cynthia Lawrence-John began her styling career as a stylist assistant at Dazed and Confused. She then went on to be Fashion Director at Sleazenation Magazine. Cynthia is currently the co-owner and Fashion Director of the well respected fashion bi-annual Volt Magazine.
Besides styling fashion editorials, Cynthia has worked as a costume designer and stylist with recording artists and bands such as the Ting Tings, Hot Chip, Pink, Brandon Flowers, Kanye West, VV Brown, Lady Gaga, Ladyhawke and Rihanna, to name but a handful.
As well as working for many years in the field of music, Cynthia’s distinctive and assured style has also seen her working with a diversity of clients in both the world of film and sport, ranging from Johnny Depp, Daniel Craig and Ewan McGregor through to David Beckham, Ronaldo and Wesley Sneijder.
Advertising clients include Nike, Lee Jeans, Mini Cooper, Adidas, Levi’s, Diesel, Honda, BMW and Tommy Hilfiger.
Cynthia’s trademark is very much about an effortless cool. As she puts it: “I like people to wear the clothes, not the clothes to wear the people”.
Cynthia has had her work exhibited as part of a group exhibition on Black British style at the V&A in the UK; as well as having her work exhibited as part of the renowned Beyond Desire exhibition at the Museum of Fashion in Antwerp, Belgium