Alexandra Cronan

Alexandra Cronan is a Los Angeles-based stylist and creative director, whose recognisable Brit-cool aesthetic has seen her work with in-demand musicians, actresses and models in addition to shooting editorials for Vogue and commercial projects for global brands.

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As the assistant to US Vogue’s Executive Fashion Editor Phyllis Posnick (from 2013-2017), Alexandra travelled globally, working with Mario Testino, Tim Walker, Steven Klein and Patrick Demarchelier, as well as shooting her own stories for Vogue in print and online, and working as personal stylist to some of the top talent from DNA Models.

In 2017 Alexandra founded her eponymous styling consultancy, taking on clients from across music, film and fashion for personal styling as well as continuing to shoot editorial for Vogue, V magazine, W magazine and more, working with established photographers and directors including Anton Corbijn and Baz Lurhmann. Viral folk-pop sensation Maggie

Rogers was styled by Alexandra for all her stage costumes, event appearances and music videos.

Alexandra is currently personal stylist to Adwoa Aboah and Suki Waterhouse for whom she curates modern red-carpet looks with a desirable mix of established brands and emerging designers, showcasing her distinctive aesthetic and eye for fresh new talent.

Commercial clients include: Glossier, Marc Jacobs, Chanel, Edie Parker, Land Rover, Nike and Barbie amongst others. Alexandra’s experience also includes creative conceptualising and art direction for music videos and fashion campaigns, as well as consulting on product development and design.