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Tamara Cincik is a fashion stylist based in London. She studied at University College, London University, graduating with a BA Honour’s Degree in English Literature, before leaving this academic ivory tower for another storyland: one where high heels and couture were the outfit of choice. She has worked for a number of fashion designers, most notably Christian Lacroix as a catwalk stylist and consultant as well as working editorially for a number of international publications: from Sunday Times Style, to Mixte, to Muse, to Harper’s Bazaar. She also writes for A Shaded View on Fashion: http://dianepernet.typepad.com/diane/2009/02/-ktz-show-subterranean-glitterballs-stomping-kids-and-stonking-looksby-tamara-cincik.html The Guardian online about allotments: http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/allotment/2007/dec/04/inafurtherinstallmentof as well as having taught courses at London College of Fashon, Kingston University and The Victoria and Albert Museum: http://www.frenchconnection.com/content/blog/a+new+movement.htm Currently the style expert at The School of Life: www.theschooloflife.com Tamara’s remit is to make being stylish and clever with clothes as fun as the dressing up box was at nursery school for character games and modes of expression. When not styling clients and shoots, Tamara lives in North London and can often be seen either driving in third gear or pottering on her allotment in Belsize Park.