Whilst building projects from conception to completion, NoirLuxe is a specialist digital agency that currently offers services such as branding consultations, digital strategy, social media planning and management, content creation, copywriting, stills production, video production, web development, and e-commerce site build and development using Shopify. By thinking without restrictions, the producers at NoirLuxe are able to meet constraints and ambitions on every level. They do this by sourcing and managing teams of freelance professionals from fresh-eyed emerging talent to top-tier industry veterans in the fields of public relations, marketing, production, and photography. As a result, there’s no budget too small, no project too ambitious, and no ‘what if’ idea crazy enough for this agency to back down. Satisfied clients include fashion designers, modelling agencies, celebrities, retailers, and PR agencies.
Amanda May has built a strong and diversified career in fashion, pursuing many roles. In Canada and the US she worked as a stylist, design consultant, and costume designer for film. After moving to London in 2007 she worked with an emerging designer to launch one of the UK’s most exciting new luxury brands. She spent 3 years at the label focusing on brand development, marketing, and art direction before leaving to launch NoirLuxe, a creative marketing consultancy. She has planned events for London Fashion Week and Milan Fashion Week, consulted on special projects and produced photoshoots for major international brands including Malone Souliers, MULO Shoes, Question Everything London, PJ Pan, Mr. Fox Magazine, Feather and Bone, Hunger Magazine, creem magazine, Baileys, Harvey Nichols, Nintendo, Mark Fast, Maybelline, Woolmark, Swarovski, Morgans Hotel Group, Topshop, Pinko, Bumble and Bumble, MAC, Lancome, Luminato Festival, TIGI, AOL, and Christian Louboutin. Personalities she has worked with include: Chloe Sevigny, Lou Doillon, Steven Rea, Dominique Swain, Brittany Daniel, Tracy Morgan, Kristen Kruek, Kaare Andrews, Chris Kattan, Julia Restoin Roitfeld, Natalie Joos, Anouk Lepere, Dewi Driegen, and Crystal Renn. Most recently Amanda produced the Sotheby’s Diamonds campaign shot by Erik Madigan Heck featuring Diana Silvers.
Kate Hodges graduated from the University of Westminster with a BA in Print Journalism. She has over 20 years writing experience on magazines, having edited the front section of style bible The Face, as well as holding staff positions at Bizarre, Just Seventeen, Smash Hits and Sky, and written for many more, including The Guardian, Kerrang! and NME.
She has also worked for Rapido TV, makers of cult show Eurotrash, and P For Production films. In 2013, Kate’s first book, Little London, was described by Stylist Magazine as “The ultimate guide to entertaining little kids in the big city.”