Jules Wood - Producer

New York based Jules Wood is a British born freelance stylist who has lived and worked in London, Tokyo, Hong Kong, New York.

Early in her career after art school, Jules moved to Tokyo, where she worked with Japanese pop stars such as Hikaru Utada and Fay Ray as well as poet Chris Mosdell. Having become fluent in Japanese, after four years she returned to London where she assisted Vivienne Westwood and Yohji Yamamoto in their London boutiques and dressed celebrities such as Sir Elton John, Charles Saatchi and Neil Tennant from the Pet Shop Boys. Jules is a strong advocate of equality for all and was completely gob-smacked when she found out that American women didn’t have equal rights.  She has been a passionate team member of Equal Means Equal ever since.

Jules presently works as works as a fashion stylist for magazines such as Nylon, Paper, Zink, Tatler HK, and Marie Claire, Elle US, Zoo Magazine, Galore Magazine, Client Magazine, Carbon Copy and Beauty Rebel.  Her work has been seen on the red carpet and across the globe on client and Oscar-winner, Laura Poitras.

In 2011, Jules became the New York Fashion Editor of Client Magazine and Beauty Rebel. Recently she joined Reserved Magazine as Partner and Fashion Editor.  The magazine is rapidly-growing independent editorial project attracting and featuring top celebrities, fashion, art, writers and influentials in the creative world.

Her clients include Brooke Shields, Helena Christensen, Rose McGowan, Mischa Barton, Jack Huston, Alex Pettyfer, Bryan Adams, MTV, Marie Claire Hong Kong, Marie Claire Japan, Tatler Hong Kong, Nylon New York, Genre Magazine New York, Culture Magazine Australia, Paper Magazine New York, East West Magazine Arizona USA, Elle USA, Levis Strauss, Adidas , Orbit, Sol Beer, Johnson and Johnson, Zipper Club, Lou Reed, Mick Rock, Ready to Fish, Rubin & Chapelle, Amazon.