Caroline’s Fashion Styling was launched in May 2011 by Maltese stylist Caroline Paris. It was originally intended as an interactive portfolio of her styling work but has developed into a fully fledged fashion portal.
Over the past years, Caroline has continued to develop her styling career and was awarded the Malta Fashion Awards – Best Fashion Stylist Award three times (the max this award can be achieved) – in 2013, 2015, 2016. She is the resident fashion stylist for Style Magazine and Sunday Circle Magazine. She has also worked on Venere TV Series, il-Klikka TV Series and Malta Fashion Week amongst many others. Over the years she has worked on many advertising campaigns and photo shoots within the Maltese market.
As a blogger and fashion writer, Caroline has been gaining steady ground over the past years. She has been covering international fashion weeks including London and Milan Fashion Week for the past four seasons and is now also reporting for Times of Malta, PINK magazine and the Sunday Times. She is also a regular contributor to PINK magazine and various others focusing on trend spotting amongst other topics. For the purpose of this blog, she works closely with Maltese fashion photographer Kurt Paris who is also her husband.
As a blogger, Caroline has collaborated with many local and international brands – some of these are Pandora, Ivana Helsinki, Rebelli, MAX&Co, Ottaviani, Tommy Hilfiger, Coccinelle, LABELM, ECCO and many more. She is also a passionate traveller and has recently expanded her blog into Travel collaborating with places like The Xara Palace, Hotel Chavanel, Shangri-La Paris, The Villa Malta.
Something many people don’t know is that Caroline is also a qualified computer scientist, this technical expertise combined with her natural flair for creativity and design enables her to bring an original mix of ideas to each fashion job and to ‘think outside the box’.
Caroline sees this blog as a means of helping and inspiring readers to fill their lives with style and beautiful fashion. She also places a great deal of importance on different body shapes; she believes that are no bad shapes and that any shape can look good in the right clothes.
She also believes that through this blog, she can help to give exposure to both local and international emerging designers and brands that offer something unique. So if you’re a designer with something unique to offer – get in touch!
Follow Caroline on Instagram here or Facebook here – get in touch regarding collaborations, questions, or just to say hi at firstname.lastname@example.org!