A TEENAGE fashion student from the Capital has won the chance to “produce” a bestselling industry magazine.
Shona Wallace, from Morningside, is studying fashion journalism at the London College of Fashion.
She entered a competition run by national magazine Company to win the chance to lead production of the October issue, alongside eight other aspiring fashion reporters.
As part of the job, the 18-year-old interviewed TV presenter Fearne Cotton, styled musician Fazer and compiled other pages.
Shona said: “Working with Company has been a total dream. From interviewing Fearne Cotton to swooning over studded Jeffrey Campbell Litas, every minute has been beyond amazing.”
Company editor Victoria White added: “Shona was our go-to girl who was obsessed with latest trends and great fun to have in the office.
“As one of the youngest grads, she threw herself into it with huge enthusiasm and wasn’t phased at all – even by Fazer.”