Born in Brazil and now based in London, I am a fashion journalist and freelance contributor at Vogue Brasil, writing for both the print magazine and website, and formatted articles in their publishing software. During the past few years, I have interviewed a wide range of creative pioneers, including fashion writer and author Alexander Fury, photographer and Marni-collaborator Edgar Azevedo, and fashion designer João Maraschin, among others.    

 

In early summer 2021, I graduated from the BA Fashion Journalism course at Central Saint Martins. While studying, I refined my podcasting and video editing skills, assisted stylists, photographers and film makers, and completed several collaborative projects with Selfridges and Harvard University, focused on e-commerce and fashion show planning. Additionally, I completed a self-initiated internship at The Times, contributing a number of beauty reviews to its digital platform.  

 

I recently launched my own print-based magazine, Ginga, which I singlehandedly edited, wrote and art directed. Issue one explores Brazil beyond its stereotypes of football and carnival – themes vary between fashion and art, to politics and activism. Alongside fashion, some of my other interests and passions include culture, beauty and music.