Anabel Maldonado is a London-based fashion journalist specializing in opinion features, critiques, trend reports, industry analysis and fashion psychology.
She is an Op-Ed contributor to the The Business of Fashion, columnist for T The New York Times Style Singapore, and founder of the platform The Psychology of Fashion, which has garnered investor interest. For her pioneering contributions to fashion psychology, Anabel has been featured in Financial Times, Vogue Spain, Vogue Italia, The New York Post, Garage – VICE, The Fashion Law,andGrazia UK.
For her personal style, she has also been featured in several international Vogue magazines, Elle, Marie Claire, andThe Sartorialist. Anabel has also worked with luxury brands that include Christian Louboutin, Hugo Boss, JOSEPH, Wolford, Bucherer, Aston Martin, Leica, Biotherm, and Temperley London, in communications.
Her first solo venture is The Psychology of Fashion - a research, media and commerce platform that examines why we wear what wear. By creating the first fashion psychology framework that explores the relationship between clothes, personality and emotions, Anabel seeks to revolutionize how we shop, get dressed, and perceive the role of clothes in our lives.