“Tired of trying to cram her sparkly star-shaped self into society’s beige square holes, she chose to embrace her ridiculous awesomeness and shine like the freaking supernova she was meant to be” – Unknown
Bonafide Supernova is an award winning blog written by a dynamic team of writers, edited by Tamara and Sam. Our readership is trend-setting young women who aren’t afraid to embrace their individuality.
We are real people with real opinions.We both have a bonafide interest in fashion, we love high fashion just as much as we love street style. We are super proud to have worked with global streetwear brands but also to be featured in high end publications such as Vogue. You can find us at press launches, blogger breakfasts, after parties and fashion weeks, being social butterflies is a big part of our ethos.
Bonafide Supernova began with a few contributors capturing style choices, events, and lifestyle. The heart of this blog is fashion and always will be, but over the years the platform has expanded and now has an international team of voices sharing their views on a myriad of subjects. We have global reach and international appeal. Our collective includes girls and boys in Berlin, London, Australia, Birmingham and Singapore amongst others.
The team have worked with brands such as Samsung, Adidas, Nike, Dr. Martens, New Balance, Henry Holland, ASOS, Boohoo and Missguided.
Tamara’s experience includes writing for publications such as Marie Claire, Channel 4, and Graduate Fashion Week. Tamara has worked for a number of media and entertainment companies such as The Voice and Britain’s Got Talent. As well as in fashion working on projects with clients such as The British Fashion Council, Club Monaco and Lulu Guinness, and now works in Digital at The Digital Fairy.
Samantha’s experience includes co-founding the creative agency Yep Media working on national projects with an array of knowledge and expertise in public relations, media law, journalism, brand management and project management. Samantha has worked with organisations such as The Prince’s Trust, Birmingham City Council and Grad Central.
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