Victoria Adcock is the founder of Naked Vacant Personal Styling. She is an internationally acclaimed fashion stylist who works with female celebrities to help them hone their sense of style and dress them for the public eye, giving them complete confidence in their appearance. She has worked with a roll call of women that reads like the glossiest of guest lists, including Cheryl Cole, Victoria Beckham, Christina Aguilera, Gwyneth Paltrow, Girls Aloud, Rita Ora, Kourtney Kardashian and Nicole Scherzinger.
Victoria understands the unspoken language of style and the importance of image, as well as the effect this can have on your self-confidence. Her extensive experience working with different body shapes, ages and varying levels of confidence, means she’s adept at zeroing in on a client's individual needs and, whatever the ask or occasion, realise their style potential. Her experience ranges from preparing clients for fashion shoots, to personal shopping and wardrobe curation. She has also designed and commissioned couture gowns and bespoke outfits.
Victoria has contributed to magazines including Vogue Italia, Vogue China, Vogue Russia, GQ, Numero Tokyo, Sunday Times Style, Grazia, i-D, The September Issues, Girls Girls Girls and Harper's Bazaar China.
She has also styled advertising campaigns for ASOS, Aquascutum, Cacharel, Elnett, Guess, Harrods, Kurt Geiger, L'Oreal, Marks & Spencer, Mulberry, Selfridges, Stephen Webster, and Victoria's Secret.
Victoria lives in east London with her husband and two daughters. She is a regular volunteer at Smart Works, a styling and coaching charity that helps unemployed women wow at job interviews.