London based, Writer and Broadcaster Camille Charrière is one of the fashion industry’s leading tastemakers, she has built an authentic business within the fashion sphere rooted in everyday storytelling and style.

However, fashion wasn’t always Camille’s primary focus. After completing a bilingual bachelor degrees and a master’s degrees in French law from Paris Nanterre University and an LLM in British Common Law, she moved to London to pursue a career in finance. After working as head of investor relations for a boutique hedge fund for exactly a year, she left in 2010 to explore more creative pursuits.

Camille’s critical and honest voice in fashion led her to write for prestigious outlets including Net-a-Porter, and later Matchesfashion.com and more recently a regular columnist for Grazia.

Camille founded and co-hosts the well-known podcast Fashion: No Filter, which gives a behind-the-scenes look at fundamental issues in fashion, featuring interviews with Arizona Muse, Vanessa Friedman and Susan Sarandon. The podcast is a regular in the top charts on iTunes with rave reviews and a record number of downloads.

Camille boasts a staggering 900K+ followers on social media using her platform to inspire her audience. It only came as a natural progression amid lockdown that Camille launched her brand new digital content series Quaranteenies, where she profiles different people on their life in lockdown experiences. Previous guests include Leandra Medine American author and founder of Man Repeller, an independent fashion and lifestyle website and Francesca Hayward, Principal Ballerina of The Royal Ballet. The series aims to lift spirits with some light-hearted humour as we all continue to stay at home.

Charrière has been featured in publications including Vogue Paris, FT, ELLE, The New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. She has also starred in Reformation’s “Almost French” collection campaign, worked with most major fashion houses including Miu Miu, Prada and Chanel and was tapped by Mango for their global #MangoGirls campaign activation.