Valentina Creti

Valentina has been working in the fashion industry for over twenty years. Moving to London from Italy gave Valentina the opportunity to find her perfectionist approach and technical skills, eye for colour, texture and attention to detail. She has built up her client-base and reputation in the fashion industry for her quality, elegant and modern-edge style, becoming the outstanding and talented makeup artist she is today. Valentina’s editorial contributions include; i-D magazine, Dazed & Confused, Tatler, Fault Magazine and Fiercive magazine. Valentina loves the expression, freedom and possibilities that make up provides, from a flawless skin to a complete transformation. Her passion for teaching makeup courses with research and love of different cultures keeps her inspiration, skills and works always up to date. Her approach is always very patient and calm, with a down to earth demeanor, astute level of aestheticism and understanding of the creative process.

BeautyEditorial: i-D, Tatler (UK), Tatler (RU), Domovoy, Dazed & Confused (Korea), Avenuel (Korea), Fault Magazine, Fiercive Magazine (JP), Esquire (RU), Sfashion, Neo 2, B-Magazine, Glass Magazine, Office, Graffiti, L’Edito, Toni & Guy Magazine, Elle (USA), Elle (DK).

Clients: Graff Diamonds, Jacob Cohen Campaign, Swarovski Crystal, House of Fraser, Brunello Cucinelli, Fedeli, New Look, Canon for Copenhagen Fashion Week, Samsung Commercial, Eurostar Commercial “Da Vinci Code”, Cinema Campaign, Reebok Advertising Campaign, Tetley’s Beer Campaign.

Runway Key Artist: Salvatore Ferragamo (Trade Show), Worth, Georgia Hardinge (LFW On/Off), Bryce Aime, Jazz Katze (LFW On/Off), Lako Bukia (LFW On/Off).