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Born in the UK, Louise Roe, 26, is a TV host, magazine writer, stylist and model.
Currently relocating from Notting Hill to LA, Louise will be hosting the Style Network's new makeover show, Go Fix Yourself, and is correspondent for Extra's Luxaholics strand. She will also be presenting and producing Styleocity, a new online fashion series for ABC's Stage 9. Listed on Style.com's 'Top 10 Most Stylish People', Louise is the new face of VogueTV, hosting the hugely popular online channel which features a mix of red carpet interviews and studio broadcasts.
Louise will be reporting the trends and gossip for GMTV (UK's Good Morning America), on which she has a weekly, 'What's Hot & What's Not' segment. Back in London, Louise just wrapped an investigative, immersive documentary for the BBC, 'Addicted to Boob Jobs'. It was one of the channel's highest-rating shows this season.
Louise graduated from the University of Durham, England, with a First Class Honors degree in English Literature. She began writing about fashion, celebrity, film, music and homes for Elle magazine, before moving onto titles US In Style, Glamour and Vogue.com. After a season styling various celebrities and BBC's What Not to Wear, she was chosen to co-host UKTVStyle's The Clothes Show, a legendary British fashion program running for 20 years.
Louise also pens style columns for Elle, The Observer's 'O' magazine, The London Lite newspaper and Asos.com. An honorary fellow at Solent University, she also conducts bi-annual lectures to fashion students.
Louise can has been profiled in recent articles for UK Vogue, Elle, Glamour, You, Daily Mail, Observer magazine, WGSN, Grove, Matchbox and The Fashion Herald.