Stunning street-style photography, an amazing lifestyle blog, Vogue magazine on her CV and stylist credits too... is there anything that Jessie Bush can't do?
We caught up with the multi-talented trend-setter at our Style Heroes shoot to find out more about her fab career and style inspiration...
Q: How would you describe your style?
Minimal, relaxed with a slight Scandi-vibe going on.
Q: What have been your career highlights?
A: It’s so hard to choose as I’ve had such amazing experiences. It would have to be between joining Jimmy Choo at Coachella last year or working as an Instagram influencer with Topshop during LFW. And I always love shooting street style for all the Vogue titles during Fashion Month.
Q: In your opinion, which fashion rules are made for breaking?
A: I’m not sure there are really any hard and fast fashion rules to live by. If we all followed the same guidelines when it came to getting dressed each morning the world would be a pretty boring place.
Q: What do you never leave the house without?
A: If I’m travelling light; my iPhone, lip balm and debit card. Although usually I’ll have my camera, a lens or two, iPhone charger and sunglasses in the mix too.
Q: What’s your Spring/Summer 2015 Hero Piece?
A: The tunic dress; simple, chic and versatile.
Q. Describe your outfit from the shoot?
A: A minimal navy tunic dress paired with tailored trousers and black flatforms. It’s a little '70s and a little Scandi-inspired.
Q: What are a few of your favourite things?
Strong coffee, sugary treats, wine with friends, lazy Sunday brunch, drinking in the park and travelling with my other half.
Q: Who is your style icon?
Elin Kling and Yasmin Sewell always come across as confident and effortlessly cool.
Q: What’s the best style advice you’ve ever been given?
A: Dress for yourself, and no-one else.
Q: What do you do when you have a day off?
A: Put my iPhone aside and just try to disconnect… It’s always nice to sleep in a little, cook breakfast at home with my boyfriend and just hang out together.
Q: What’s the best lesson you’ve learned working in fashion?
A: Work hard and be nice. Life is always more enjoyable when you’re positive.
Q. Where is your favourite Street Style shoot location?
Shooting in Paris is pretty hard to beat; so many romantic locations with that soft European light.
Q: Which city do you feel has the best style?
I think New York girls are the coolest… There’s just this attitude and modern vibe to the way they put themselves together.
Q. What’s your top fashion tip for DP customers?
A: It’s time to start experimenting with layers. Coats over jackets, tunics over trousers or dresses over denim. It’s the easiest way to make a look interesting and completely your own.