Chances are you follow London born and bred stylist and creative director Jeanie Annan Lewin on Instagram. And if you don’t, hit follow on @Jeanieus now for your daily dosage of throwback pop culture moments, hard-to-get-your-hands-on vintage fashion references, archive magazine tears, forgotten snippets of trashy TV and a relatable #currentmood quote or two. Describing herself as a “stylist/consultant/creative director/feminist/daydreamer”, Jeanie is what we like to call a creative polymath. Having studied classics and art history at degree level Jeanie intended to be an art curator, but it was following an internship at Tatler magazine that Jeanie fell into styling by chance, before turning it into a full time career endeavour. These days Jeanie is renowned throughout the industry for her killer styling, often subtly infused with cult throwback style references – a result of her penchant for the best of the 90s fashion.
When Jeanie’s not working on editorial stories for the likes of i-D, Wonderland, Rollacoaster or Nylon, or working with Topshop or Phiney Pet, she can be found styling (and hanging out with) Jorja Smith and Mabel (go watch the videos for “Finders Keepers” and “Bedroom” on repeat) or working on mega music videos like Mick Jagger’s “Gotta Get A Grip”. Somehow, Jeanie's also managing to juggle her own projects on the side. In fact she's about to start running workshops for kids from all different backgrounds introducing them to the world of media and giving them practical tools to get in on a slice of the pie- and going someway to making the closed world of marketing a little more open. Jeanie also runs the aptly titled magazine Moodboard, along with stylist Hannah Elwell and design duo Charlie Patterson and Jonny Holmes. Curious? You’re in luck as Jeanie’s Moodboard is set to be published in a matter of weeks.