Louise Foley, aka “Ruinedlou” is a freelance Stylist, Costume Designer & Art Director.
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She has been working for over a decade and a half on a truly varied Portfolio of projects with the industries finest…
Commercial clients: Good Energy, Google, Brita, James Villas, Sunlife/ Carol Vordaman, Velux, Farrow and Ball, Huawei, Avon Tyres, Adidas Taylormade, Sykes Cottages, Longleat, Metrotile, Quick Quid, Pink Lady Apples, Teletext, Cosyfeet, Ovo Energy, Tool station, Ebay, Yankee Candle, Shangri la Hotels, Aptamil, Vax, Audi, Curry PC World, Barclays, Nationwide, Jaro, Yorkshire Tea, Meadow Hall, Microsoft, Samsung, Powerade, Admiral, Powwownow, Peacocks, PenCarrie, Tesco, Clarks Village, Freeport Braintree, Vevie, Nomads, Rookie Skates, The Brit Awards, NME Awards, Channel 4’s Freshly Squeezed.
For many TVC clients Lou heads up both Styling and Art direction department’s and with the help of her awesome team they take on a plethora of projects creating a cohesive aesthetic across the whole commercial.
From 2018 Lou has had the pleasure of working closely with Carol Vordaman and her on-going work with Sunlife
Film: Lou was the Costume Designer; on the Simon Pegg feature film “A Fantastic Fear of Everything”
Lou has assisted Costume Designer Maggie Donnelly for the prep- styling/shopping for and with Heather Graham and Mia Kirshner, for “Miss Conception”
Music Artists: Styling & Costume Design for promos, live gigs and photo shoots for artists such as: Spinnerette, Mcfly, Radiohead, Franz Ferdinand, to name but a few.
“I have been working closely with a number of bands and artists to help achieve the perfect image and direction for their latest video, photo shoot or gig. The process ranges from enhancing what a band already has in their suitcase, to designing making or sourcing bespoke garments & accessories to suit”
Editorials such as: Scouting magazine, Kit, Grazia, Papercut magazine, Tv Times, Specsavers Kids Magazine, E-MergeMag, Chaos Magazine, Crack Magazine, Venue, Arun Magazine.
In 2012 Lou began on-going work with the Furniture company- Gloster.
Lou styled and art directed the 2013 and 2014 collection’s, and has done so for temporary and permanent collections- for international exhibition stands and show rooms.
Lou has worked closely with the marketing team, helping to develop a fresh style & direction for the brand.
Ruinedlou was the co-founder of “Pop up Parlour” a fabulous collective of hair and make up artists, providing Vintage makeovers, for festivals/ and events. Pop Up Parlour was featured in the April edition of Marie Claire 2013.
“I love what I do and I’d love to work with someone like you”