Ceril Campbell, author of ‘Discover the New You, celebrity stylist secrets to transform your life and style’, is an expert speaker and motivator with over 30 years’ experience in all aspects of lifestyle, style and public, personal and corporate image.
Ceril regularly appears on BBC TV and radio in her capacity as style expert and image consultant, analysing and discussing any topical stories that may involve the image of those in the public eye- from politicians to perceptions. Topics include first impressions, body-confidence, teen body-image, body-shaming, celebrity style and dressing appropriately for your personal, public or corporate brand. She is also often requested to comment for BBC breakfast news, post High Street fashion retailer share results, on how their fashion choice offers could be improved to increase future profits.
Ceril offers company customer facing sales teams and staff first impression, brand image, style and body language workshops and motivational days, after analysing the client perceptions of these employees. She is well placed to be on the judging panel or speaker for any stylish charity or fashion events and especially any events which target the older woman, as Ceril is an inspirational and youthful 60 years old with many years’ experience in all aspects of fashion and style.
Ceril is also a motivational speaker in schools for teens and for parents, helping them understand the effects of the perceived reality on social media and how it can affect confidence and self-esteem of all ages.
Brands Ceril has worked with include Schwarzkopf, Sony, Deloitte, Longines, Coutts, BBC, and Kelloggs.
Ceril can bring the best out of someone. She has made every player she worked with, from Serena Williams, Anna Kournikova to Kim Clijsters look truly stunning.
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