Fashion portfolio website examples.

Celica Sea

“Celica is a freelance makeup artist and male groomer currently based in Montreal, Canada and New York, US. She is also available to do freelance work anywhere in the world. She is also skilled in the basic art of hairstyling.”

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Tracie

“ Passionate about the art of hair & makeup, and 10 years of extensive experience Tracie works consistently with many Orlando based & out-of-town production companies. She specializes in print, video, commercial, and (live/taped) television shoots. Tracie is extremely flexible, attuned to fast-paced production and a great personality... always executed with a professional on-set demeanor ”

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Kirsten Butler

“Kirsten Butler is a leading fashion, wardrobe and props stylist based in Byron Bay. Kirsten Butler has over a decades experience styling celebrity photoshoots, print advertising campaigns, television commercials and editorial fashion, content creation and still-life styling. ”

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Melinda Grant

“As a makeup artist Melinda Grant is always studying people's faces. In her work, Melinda loves to enhance someone's natural beauty. For her, it's not about creating a mask and changing their face dramatically, but more enhancing what they already have and bringing those best features forward. Beautiful skin Melinda's signature look. Based in London she worked in the fashion industry for 10 years and most recently ventured into the beauty side of the industry. ”

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Andrea Sailis

“Andrea Sailis is a make-up artist based in Milan working in the Fashion industry. Born and raised in Sardinia, from very young age he has been interested in Art and Fashion. His love for make up appeared during an exchange year in the United States where he started studying Drama class and getting into theatrical make up. After eight years of working for the most renowned make up brands (MAC, Make Up For Ever, Dior, Gucci, Dolce&Gabbana), he now works as a freelance make-up artist.”

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Christina Lammardo

“Christina Lammardo is a makeup artist & licensed aesthetician with over a decade of experience in a variety of mediums including TV, Film, Runway & Print. She is known for her fresh-faced, "no-makeup" makeup looks that focus on creating radiant & healthy skin. Her work has been featured in The Knot, Nylon Español, Martha Stewart Weddings, & Vogue Australia. Christina has also executed various makeup looks during NYFW for designers Vivienne Tam, Gracy Accad, Justin Alexander, Lakum & Nick Graham.”

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Néstor Reina

“Néstor Reina is a Fashion Stylist and Costume Designer since 2014 based in Barcelona. Néstor love cinema, theatre, art, fashion, photography, politics, literature and makes TV commercials for a living. He loves dreaming about being somewhere else in the universe. There is no place for Sexism, Racism, LGTBIphobia, Non-normative Bodies, and Néstor believes in a world where love and respect are the most important. ”

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Danika Lav

“Danika Lav started doing makeup out of pure joy of being able to express her artistic side. Slowly it became a love for helping women feel great about themselves and the reaction of clients loving her work. Danika has been an Onsite Makeup Artist for a decade and has worked on clients for: Senior Portraits, Boudoir, Engagements, Special Events, & Weddings. ”

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Lindi Taylor

“A California convert that recently returned to her southern roots in Georgia, Lindi Taylor has spent almost 10 years out west building her hair and makeup portfolio. Her work provided her with the opportunity to art directing and collaborating with some of her favorite photographers. Returning to GA, Lindi has picked up painting large canvases again and recently started a free art night for the community. Creativity and community are important to her.”

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Christine IDiivil

“Christine IDiivil, is a Los Angeles based Japanese/Czech model with a passion for figure art and form. It is her belief that the human body serves as a powerful tool for self-expression. Christine models now to refine that voice and to meet and collaborate with fellow artists to learn what drives their craft. Ultimately, she wishes to share in the human experience and create something that resonates in someone's heart. If she is lucky, she hopes to be successful in that.”

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Updated on August 7, 2019 | By Steph Davidson

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How to create a fashion portfolio website.

Attract clients with a fashion portfolio that highlights exactly who you are as a fashion industry professional. Creating your own online fashion portfolio is easy and intuitive with a dedicated fashion portfolio website builder. Choose a website builder like Format that comes with blogging, SEO, social media tools, and an online store so you have everything you need to display your work brilliantly and grow your business. We’ve rounded up six simple tips to keep in mind when building your portfolio website.

  1. Sign up for a free trial with Format. No credit card required.
  2. Choose a fashion template. Don’t worry—if you change your mind later, you can easily switch templates.
  3. Upload your fashion work. Create a gallery or custom page to display your work.
  4. Edit your site. Customize your site menu to include exactly what you want.
  5. Personalize your design. Make it yours and change options like the template preset, fonts, and colors.
  6. Ready to go further? Set up your store, add SEO or social media integration, and more—whenever you want.

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