Leanne Woodfull is a 20 year old blogger and vlogger, originally from Dublin now located in London. She began her blogging career in 2009, after reading an article in a magazine about how blogging was going to be the "next big thing". Leanne blogs fashion, beauty and lifestyle at the pace at which it is presented to the public; her informative and meticulous writing and Youtube vlogging is indicative of the upcoming and creative minds of our generation.
Through her work Leanne has documented a varying number of topics including her experience of underbite surgery, body image and also occasionally referencing celebrity culture. She's influenced by everything from history, movies, Old Hollywood, street style and music.
Leanne's style could be summed up as neo-goth with notes of edgy glamour and 90's grunge, this is seen to translate through into her work - leaving her own unique mark on the world of styling and fashion. How would she describe her style? "Morticia Addams meets Courtney Love".
Leanne has been featured on tv, print and radio; these features include Xpose, Off The Rails, 98fm Radio, Irish Tatler, Company magazine, District MTV, Cosmopolitan magazine, KISS magazine, The Metro Herald, MTV Style and The Daily Mail Newspaper.
Leanne has collaborated and worked with companies such as 3 Network, ASOS, Innocent Ireland, Diet Coke, More magazine, BooHoo.com, Motel Rocks, Ebay and many more over the last few years.
Recent projects include a collaboration with the Tate Modern in London at their 'Pendulum' Loud Tate event; styling visitors in theatrical costume inspired by selected works of art and having their photos taken with a professional photographer on the day. Leanne's love of history and art made this an ideal collaboration for both the gallery and blogger.
This year's awards alone include OOH LA LA's Blogger of the Year 2013 and Best Vlogger, Company magazine's Highly Commended for Best Fashion Blog and Cosmopolitan magazine's Highly Commended for Best International Fashion Blog.
Leanne is currently writing for OOH LA LA magazine, presenting for FASHTag and also continuing to style various events for numerous companies.
(Words by Sarah Austin - freelance Irish stylist and fashion writer at The RaGg Trade.)