Nancy Rohde is an established fashion stylist across women’s and menswear, as well as a respected consultant for today’s most esteemed brands. Her expansive portfolio boasts over 25 years of experience within the fashion industry.
Rohde’s keen eye for aesthetics and identity was refined during her Bachelor of Honours Photography degree at Nottingham Trent University, before she embarked upon a career in fashion styling. Since 2000, Rohde has held the role of stylist and consultant at luxury fashion house Dries Van Noten, collaborating with the designer on all aspects of the collection, development and presentation. These skills are something that Rohde has applied to further client collaborations currantly including (since 2010) 3.1 Phillip Lim & most recently Agnona.
The most prestigious names and titles have called upon Rohde for both her styling skills and consulting eye. She has worked with lauded photographers such as David Sims, Steven Klein, Inez and Vinoodh, Mario Sorrenti, Frederike Helwig, Casper Sejersen & Norbert Schoerner. Premium titles have all featured her work within their pages such as i-D, Dazed & Confused, The Face, Arena Homme Plus and international editions of Vogue (Italia, China) The Fashion (Fashion Director), Teen Vogue (under contract for 6 years) and Dust Magazine.
Rohde’s impressive roster of clients includes coveted brands such as Burberry, Selfridges, Prada, Margaret Howell and Costume National, past show consulting includes Roberto Cavalli, Paul Smith and Blumarine.
Further to Rohde’s industry work, she has been called upon by highly regarded educational institutions such as London College of Fashion and Kingston University as a lecturer and mentor. Here, she has guided students on a one-to-one basis in formulating concepts and executing ideas with excellence.
Nancy lives in London with her husband and two of her children, the oldest away following the family footsteps at art school.