A visual masterpiece and only 18, Harriet Verney’s i-D life kicked-off with her appearance in front of Nick Knight’s lens for The 30th Birthday Issue. In the short time since she has established herself as an astute young writer, developing a razor sharp wit to compliment her cackle. A lady of remarkable genes, Harriet’s resemblance to late Aunt Isabella Blow is uncanny, at the tender age of three her infectious smile was being caught by the prestigious Mario Testino and by just sixteen she had not only worked for Alexander McQueen but was also taken under his acclaimed wing. Harriet floats effortlessly through London, continually working for 1234 Records and not only representing AccessFashion but also creating well-informed, weekly column. For the This How We Do It series Harriet combined quill with creative directorial hat to great success, see the fruits of her labour here.
HARRIET VERNEY reports on infamous Copenhagen fiesta and definitive street-party destination, Distortion.
HAIR EXTENSIONS. From 80s mullet to Malibu Barbie, Harriet Verney gets a hair-over after a bleach bust-up.
Harbinger of the new, Harriet is the maestro behind the this is how we do it series!
THIS IS HOW WE DO IT: Harry Mundy is the Kings Road stalwart, weaving eccentricity with every stitch.
THIS IS HOW WE DO IT: We’re delighted to introduce to you the baby blue-haired, doll-faced designer Mimi Wade.
THIS IS HOW WE DO IT: Rhys James is the Midas touched musician with five fingertips full of magic.
THIS IS HOW WE DO IT: Scarlett Carlos Clarke is the well-bred, World’s End Pirate with an eye for art.
THIS IS HOW WE DO IT: Louie Banks is fast becoming a photographic force to be reckoned with (Cruella weave inc.)
THIS IS HOW WE DO IT: Six young creatives lift the lid on some of LDN’s freshest talent.
Living by the motto ‘ANARCHY IS COOL’, ceramicist and anarchist Carrie Reichardt is more than just a pott