Marian K is a British based personal stylist and content creator who helps people find their best fashion and beauty self through her styling work, fashion and beauty blog and instagram channel.
She collaborates with brands on paid partnerships, sponsored posts and advertorials both on her blog Marian K and her instagram @marian_kwei which has over 16K followers. Brands she has collaborated with include Marc Jacobs Fragrance, Veet, St Martins Lane, Dolce & Gabbana etc. She is available for press feature, paid partnerships and collaborations.
Her experience spans having worked as a digital fashion editor for magazines such as Dirrty Glam, PUSH IT Magazine and Glossy Magazine, she styles celebrities from the world of music, fashion, film and TV for the red carpet. Images included in work gallery by a variety of photographers including David Yeo. Celebrities include Tolula Adeyemi, Bip Ling, Zara Martin and Menaye Muntari etc.
Marian’s #BEYOUROWN BOSS Story
My name is Marian Kwei and I’m a UK based celebrity personal stylist, creative consultant and blogger. I help people find their best fashion and beauty self through my blog and instagram @marian_kwei.
Highlights of my career include being featured by leading titles including Vogue Italia and Forbes. Also for my work styling celebrities I have gotten clients into best dressed lists and formed for them associations with luxury brands. I’ve worked as a stylist for over ten years. I have also collaborated with brands such as Dolce & Gabbana for whom I styled their Bond Street store. As a blogger, I’ve won awards and consulted to brands on social media.
My goal is to start a mentorship to young women of colour in business. One of the challenges I’ve had is not having anyone to show me the way as I came up and want to help others so they don’t struggle with this too.
To be #BEYOUROWN BOSS is directing your own dreams, goals and future. Deciding for yourself what sets you alight with passion and inspiration and going after that. That to me is being your own boss. I’d like to see more women come together to collaborate creatively and business-wise.