All-round holistic goddess and glamorous gardener, Scarlett Cannon is the reformed 80s club queen with green fingers.
Valuing truth and honesty above all, Scarlett’s beautifully honed life ethics are geared towards channelling the positive and advocating well-being. Such simple and organic ideals might come as a surprise to those who remember Scarlett in 80s issues of i-D, appearing alongside scenesters Princess Julia and Judy Blame. Back then she was the co-owner of cult club Cha-Cha, well-known for her unique style. After an illness in 2009 and several months of necessary rest, recuperation and self-healing, Scarlett’s outlook on life changed completely. These days she spends her time elbow deep in greens at an Upper Hampstead organic allotment, ‘Lucky Plot Number Seven’, running an Urban Food-Growing Project at a community garden in North London, blogging, baking bread, recycling, practicing as a Healing Therapist at Scarlett’s House of Heavenly Healing and teaching adults and children about the benefits of organic and biodynamic living.
Film Kate Bones