Angela Buttolph

Fashion presenter for television, and journalist and non-fiction writer
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Angela Buttolph is a leading celebrity fashion and style expert, with a high profile in print and broadcast journalism and in publishing. Experienced both in live TV and in developing and presenting her own shows, she has made a niche for herself translating the psychobabble of the season's trends into plain English and fabulously wearable fashion.

She has hosted several make-over fashion programmes including A Week Of Dressing Dangerously and Looking Good (both BBC2) and Fashion Victim Support; celebrity style series Star Treatment and Hollywood Star Treatment; and Channel 4's shopping show, She's Gotta Have It.

Angela has also had extensive experience on live television, including red carpet fashion coverage for the Emmys, co-presenting Discovery's eight-hour broadcast Weddings Live!, reporting for the BBC's Liquid News, numerous appearances on BBC Breakfast, This Morning, GMTV, Tonight with Trevor McDonald and Filmspotting for Film Four.

Besides her own style biography of Kate Moss (Century 2008), she was a co-author of The Fashion Book (Phaidon 2001) and worked with Gok Wan on two of his bestselling style manuals. Angela is a writer for The Telegraph and editor of Grazia Daily.

Very often, what people are actually doing when they get dressed is putting on a form of camouflage; they want to blend into the background and go unnoticed. I want to make them stand out and look at what they can be.

Angela Buttolph
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