Hi, I'm Lauren Bravo.
I'm a writer, editor and eater. I write about fashion, food, pop culture, travel, feminism and life, for people like Grazia, Refinery29 UK, Cosmopolitan, Stylist, easyJet Traveller, Foodism, Time Out, Delicious, The Telegraph and The Guardian.
I've also worked extensively as a commercial copywriter, for the likes of Sainsbury's, River Cottage, The Flour Station, British Gas, Betty.me, RED Valentino, BBC, Channel 4, BLOWOUT Ibiza, O2 Magazine and Tesco, on web copy, social media content and digital strategy.
In 2018 my first book, What Would The Spice Girls Do? : How the girl power generation grew up was published by Transworld, and my next book, How To Break Up With Fast Fashion: A guilt-free guide to changing the way you shop – for good will be published by Headline in January 2020. I pop up semi-regularly on podcasts and radio, and very occasionally on the telly.
From the age of 14 I was a weekly columnist for The Worthing Herald, which they were kind/daft enough to let me carry on doing for 11 years. For nostalgia’s sake you can find lots of those columns archived here too.
If you'd like me to write anything for you, please drop me a line via the contact page or send a pigeon in the direction of east London.