Laura Chatterton is obsessed with dying and tie-dying her hair every colour of the rainbow. She lives in Bethnal Green and enjoys swimming and fruity ciders in London Fields. Her grunge, nineties style, obsession with the Spice Girls and colourful hair has landed her the nickname Acid Spice. Laura loves terrible pop music, interviewing people, bubble tea, Starbucks and My Little Ponies. Her favourite designers are Meadham Kirchhoff, Sarah Burton, Alexander McQueen, Riccardo Tisci for Givenchy, Rodarte and Alexander Wang. She is terrible with money and can’t cook to save her life. Laura regularly contributed to i-D Online, Twin online, Six magazine, Vice Style and 1883 amongst others as a writer and a stylist. She is currently working full-time as a Fashion Assistant at Ponystep magazine. Laura’s first piece for i-D Online was an interview with painter Claire Barrow. Since then she has interviewed a number of bands and designers including ROMANCE, as well as writing features on Underground Creepers.
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