As Style Editor at Closer Magazine, Kat Bryne knows a thing or two about fashion and celebrity style. We caught up with her on our Style Heroes shoot to find out more about her sense of style...
Q: How would you describe your style?
Q: Tell us about your look from the DP Style Heroes shoot
I'm bottom heavy so the the High-Low Hem is a wicked cut for me. I went with ankle-grazing jeans to balance out the looser fit of the dress, while strappy pointed courts add a bit of sass to the outfit. I finished off the look with a classic cropped biker jacket that lets the dress hemline show and adds a bit of an edge to what is quite a simple day-to-night look.
Q: What is it like working at Closer Magazine?
Fast-paced and no two days are the same – I could be pulling outfits together for a shoot with a celebrity, styling a main fashion shoot on location, attending fashion press events and shows or interviewing the likes of the Kardashians about their style.
Q: What do you never leave the house without?
It's rare I step out without my silk neck scarf; its always the last thing I put on.
Q: Do you have a style icon?
Iris Apfel – she's in her nineties but is still ridiculously fabulous.
Q: What do you do when you have a day off?
Run – sort out the kids – cook – read – sleep – repeat. Totally unglamorous!
Q: Which city do you feel has the best style?
I'm a northerner but it's hard to argue against London as it's such a melting pot of anything-goes style. Outside of the UK I love the way people dress in Amsterdam and Berlin.
Q: What’s the best lesson you’ve learned working in fashion?
Never underestimate the power and brilliance of Spanx!
Q. What’s your top fashion tip for DP customers?
Classic pieces paired with 'cool' accessories or fashionable footwear is the easiest way to nail a stylish look.