Shara Johnson is currently the head of wardrobe for the BBC2 TV series 'Great British Menu', stylist for channel 4 series 'Richard Hammond's Crazy Contraptions', and was the head of wardrobe for the Smithfield venue at the 'Commonwealth Games' Birmingham 2022. Based between both Birmingham and London as a Stylist and Designer she loves to play with colour, vibrancy and print in her work.
Her clients include Broadcaster Andi Oliver, TV presenter and food writer Rachel Khoo, and restaurateur Nisha Katona.
In 2014 Shara graduated with a degree in Fashion Design & Development from the London College of Fashion, one of the leading Universities in the world for fashion education. Ms Johnson has industry experience working in luxury fashion brands such as: Victoria Beckham, Julien Macdonald and Richard Nicoll.
Her accolades include: Styling a short film 'Too Autistic For Black' for Warner Bros 'Discovery Plus' in 2022, and styling the magazine cover of the 'Radio Times' May issue 2021, and styling the 2022 Commonwealth Games campaign.
Other achievements include being a wardrobe assistant on the Netflix series 'The Circle U.S'. , assistant to Buknola Ebiesuwa, 1st fashion assistant to celebrity stylist Alexis Knox and working with music artists such as Craig David, 1st Fashion Assistant to celebrity stylist Vivian Nwonka working with artists such as: Will.I.Am, and being a wardrobe assistant on 'The Late Late Show With James Corden' in 2019.