Disneyrollergirl [all one word] launched in 2007 as an ‘anonymous fashion insider’ blog while I was employed as a full time fashion director on a magazine in London. Now, as a freelance fashion editor and consultant, the blog is my place to park all the things I see, hear and think about on my daily fashion beat. It also serves as a showcase for some of my work (you can see more of my work on my website Navazbatliwalla.com) and I have a weekly round up of brand stories called The DRG Style Index. I am currently researching a book for Laurence King that will be published in 2016.
For more insights into how I work and the kinds of projects I do, please read my BLOG FAQ and this Q&A that was carried out for Sunday Times Style.
Unfortunately, I do not do giveaways, competitions, link exchanges or accept guest posts.
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