Sally Anne Bolton is a fashion editor and consultant based in London working across editorial and advertising projects. Sally is currently consulting for the designer Daniel Pascal Tanner and has worked for the womenswear brand Mother of Pearl, both styling and developing their digital branding. Her PhD at Central St Martins focuses on the convergence of technologies in fashion image making and dissemination. She has spoken at conferences at The RCA, Central St Martins and MoMu Fashion Museum, Antwerp. Sally currently sits on the advisory board for the research project 'The Archaeology of Fashion Film', with Central Saint Martins and Winchester School of Art. 

Previously Junior Fashion Editor at The Sunday Times Style magazine, Sally worked with the fashion director Lucy Ewing for four years assisting in the art direction and styling of main fashion editorials, as well as directing and styling her own stories. Sally commissioned artists and produced shoots worldwide for the magazine, including multiple stories in Namibia, Utah, New York and California.

Sally has assisted the stylists Jane How and Jamie Surman, and worked as editorial assistant at SHOWstudio. She graduated with a first class honours degree in fine art from The University of Leeds in 2008 and her final project was included in Artforum's 'top ten UK BA art shows'. 

Publications include:

The Sunday Times Style

Vogue Italia

Vogue Portugal

Vogue Arabia

GQ Arabia

Tank Magazine

Interview Magazine


Clients include: 


Universal Music

Daniel Pascal Tanner 

Muzungu Sisters

Mother of Pearl


'The 5th Fashion in Film Festival. Frame by Frame- Dissecting The Fashion Moving Image Now' November 2015

'Europeana International fashion Conference: Digital Fashion Futures', Antwerp. In collaboration with MoMu Fashion Museum. April 2015 

'Fashioning the City: Exploring fashion cultures, structures and systems' January 2012. Royal Academy of Arts, London


AnOther Lover, Interviews,

Artforum, August 2008, 'Top ten UK BA Art Shows' Featuring final major project, Fine Art BA .


Birds of Paradise, Costume as Cinematic Spectacle. Marketa Uhlirova (2013). Picture researcher