Evangelina-Rose is an award-winning journalist, runway critic and the co–founder of bohemian luxe clothing brand Tallulah Rose. With a background in writing, photography and filmmaking, she infuses her work with a distinct vision of storytelling and she brings her emotional ripeness to subjects such as, music, fashion, cinema and art.
Evangelina-Rose studied Fashion Journalism BA (Hons) at the University For The Creative Arts, for which she received a First Class Honours. Contextual studies broadened her encyclopedic and journalistic knowledge of fashion, culture and origin of global trends. Her dissertation was on 90s Seattle Grunge against the woes of capitalism. She analysed the essay by applying bubble-up and trickle-down economic theories and was written in parallel of Franz Kafka’s In The Penal Colony. Her acclaimed final year print magazine (or movie on paper, as she describes it), NEVERMIND LOS ANGELES, was shortlisted in the International Top 10 for the DRAPERS PUBLICATION AWARD at GRADUATE FASHION WEEK. The project has been described by industry critics as, ‘awe-inspiring, outrageously rebellious, ground-breaking and of credible and authentic standard.’ Evangelina interviewed filmmaker HARMONY KORINE and received a personal advice and illustration. During her time at University she was Course Representative and the Editor-in-Chief of RUST MAGAZINE– a luxury mens' print magazine. Evangelina-Rose began her first steps as a journalist at Jefferson Hack’s Dazed Media.In 2017, she wrote and directed her first arthouse short film entitled A Thousand Memories. In 2019, she became a Voice for Good for non-profit organisation No More Plastic and a contributing editor for Banshee publications. Evangelina’s current daily routine is a precarious balancing act that falls somewhere between madness, exploration, creativity and elation. She speaks fluently English, Greek and French. She is voraciously determined to one day work with personal hero, Hedi Slimane.