About Anita Feron Clark
Anita Feron Clark’s career spans 20 years’ in the fashion industry. Having graduated in Business Studies from Oxford Brookes University, she joined Marks & Spencer as a graduate trainee. For 12 years Anita worked as a clothing buyer for M&S and Austin Reed in London. This experience allowed her to understand all aspects of clothing and the competitive sales-driven nature of the corporate retail environment. Anita established her Personal Styling and Image Consultancy business, feron clark style, over eight years ago and it has gone from strength to strength. She is based in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey. She works regularly in London too.
Anita specialises in personal and corporate image coaching and management development. She has been trained by colour me beautiful, one of Europe’s leading image consultancies, and is a multi award-winning personal stylist and image consultant. Her corporate clients include Barclays Bank, Bank of America, The Tata Group, Warren House, L.K. Bennett, White Stuff and General Electric.
Her presentation style gets across all the important information in an easy-to-follow and memorable way, with lots of delegate participation. Alongside running her successful business, based in Kingston upon Thames in Surrey, Anita lectured for 4 years in fashion buying and merchandising at the prestigious London College of Fashion.
In the last eight years, Anita has seen over 1,600 clients (men and women of all ages) from all walks of life. She has appeared on television, showcasing both her personal style and her home. For 2 years, Anita was the Style Editor for ‘essence’ magazine and wrote a couple of articles for Time and Leisure magazine. Most of her clients are from London and Surrey and some further afield – Yorkshire, Canada, USA and Belgium.
An incredibly busy woman, she juggles the demands of parenting with a successful career as a personal stylist. Anita is often described as professional and friendly, organised and knowledgeable. She has also helped over 20 schools in and around London to raise much-needed school funds, by holding style evenings.