Elizabeth Clarke has written about style for over twenty years.
In the early days, she fetched coffee for fashion scribe Plum Sykes at British Vogue, pinned dresses on Princess Diana at The Chelsea Design Co., and pressed Steve Irwin’s khakis for The Discovery Channel’s The Crocodile Hunter. She has styled dozens of television commercials including Mercedes Benz (Europe), Hutchison Mobile (Hong Kong), Ahura Resorts (Fiji), and talked all things stylish on the Nine and Seven Networks.
As a weekly columnist at Domain she writes about beautiful architecture and beautifully considered interiors, fashion for The West Australian, and food and lifestyle for Good Food. Other commissions include lifestyle for Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, Grazia (international), ELLE, Box and Studio magazines.
For the past two years, Elizabeth has created written content across online and print for Elle Macpherson’s global wellness brand WelleCo, as well as manage creative partnerships and collaborations worldwide with companies including Charlotte Tilbury, Slip and Sunday Riley.
In 2015 she founded the Fashion Film Festival in Perth. Supported by The Sunday Times and Harper’s BAZAAR, she produced, designed and coordinated the annual event, celebrating the local and national fashion industry including illustrator Aaron Favoloro, designers Jan Logan, Aurelio Costarella and Manning Cartell, and retailers Claremont Quarter and David Jones.
Elizabeth has hosted exclusive fashion showings in Queensland and Western Australia for Burberry, Bulgari and Gucci, and multi-brand retailers Robby Ingham and Belinda Seper.
She has co-hosted product launches with Donna Hay, Miranda Kerr, Megan Gale and Sex and the City’s Candace Bushnell, and presented styling workshops for QueensPlaza (Brisbane), Claremont Quarter (Perth) and Myer and Westfield nationally.
Elizabeth has conducted her popular How to Dress workshops nationally for ten years and counts KPMG (Sydney), Mirvac and Network Ten (Brisbane) amongst her corporate clients.
Elizabeth currently resides near the beach in her adopted home city of Perth with her family and beloved collection of Saint Laurent shoes.