Carly Brook started working in fashion as a stylist assistant whilst completing a styling degree at The London College of Fashion.  She assisted top stylists such as Katie Grand at The Face magazine and then Katy England on various Fashion Shows for Alexander McQueen and Vivienne Westwood.

On graduation Carly started building up her own portfolio of work whilst working at Arena Homme Plus magazine as Freelance Fashion Assistant.  Where she worked on shoots with celebrities such as Brad Pitt & Orlando Bloom.  She then went on to assist full time leading men’s stylist Panos Yapanis.  She worked with Panos on shoots in Paris & New York with Photographers Peter Lindbergh and Karl Lagerfeld for magazines such as V Magazine, Italian and French Vogue.

Soon enough Carly became in demand herself as a stylist and with her high fashion background and found herself busy with a variety of projects.  As stylist to music acts for promos/press photos for Girls Aloud, The Noisettes, Vincent, Vincent & The Villains and finally picking out show outfits for Kylie which she classes as a highlight!   

Commercials also take up alot of Carly's time and she has styled advertising/commercials work for “Kellogg’s Corn Flakes, GHD Hair Straighteners, Living TV, Britain’s Top Model, Scholl Body Spray, Jade’s PA, T- Mobile, Superdrug, Max Factor, Oli, Max Factor, MTV and Visa.

Carly continues to act as Contributing Fashion Editor to various fashion magazines coming up with fashion stories on a regular basis, she makes sure she is constantly up to date with the latest fashion looks and has access to pull some of the best fashion pieces available.

At present Carly is Contributing Fashion Editor to The Chic Geek an online men's style magazine Carly has Art Directed and styled all the still life fashion and grooming images for the website for the past year and also suggests fashion trends that are worth covering for the season ahead.

Carly also works freelance for John Lewis Art Directing and styling videos and stills for their website

When asked what keeps Carly going after ten years in the industry she replied, “I like being set the impossible brief and making the it happen. I am still coming up with fresh ideas for clients and love my work as much as when I started”.