Hazel, 23, aspiring interior stylist and visual merchandiser for Kelly Hoppen London.
I started at Kelly Hoppen as a sales assistant after achieving a 2:1 at university in English Language and Linguistics and my manager soon realised I had a talent for interiors. As a small team in a new company I was really lucky to be able to progress in a way that I couldn’t have had it been a bigger company. After three months I was offered training in visual merchandising and interior styling, three months after that I was given the responsibility of planning, implementing and analysing all of the displays in-store. Another three months on from this I was offered to become the official visual merchandiser for our flagship store.
My goal is to become responsible for styling all of our stores and to gain work as a freelance interior stylist for magazines, ecommerce and brochures. I have a genuine passion for interiors. There aren’t many jobs where you are paid to be as creative and intuitive as possible so I am incredibly grateful that I have the opportunity to do this.
Please have a look at my portfolio, all feedback is good feedback!