Amber began her career as Head Buyer for international vintage clothing company Beyond Retro, where she was shot by Vogue as a girl with great British style and interviewed by The Observer as one of the fashion world’s best buyers. For 15 years she was half of creative collaboration the Broken Hearts, whose DJ sets were described by The Independent as “a Hollywood musical on hallucinogenics.” They graced stages across the globe from Glastonbury Festival to cabaret clubs, hotels and galleries in Paris, Berlin, Rome, New York, Sri Lanka, Istanbul and Hong Kong, garnering further coverage in i-D, Elle, Time Out, Nylon, and Grazia. Their weekly primetime radio show on Jazz FM earned them a Radio Academy Award nomination and was described by The Guardian as “a cool swing music show hosted by two vintage style icons.” 

 

More recently Amber's forensics work has been profiled in The Observer and she has been interviewed for a number of books and magazines.

Observer Magazine
Observer Magazine
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Oh Comely magazine
Oh Comely magazine
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Observer interiors
Observer interiors
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Vintage Style
Vintage Style

Book by Zoey Goto

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Vintage Style
Vintage Style

Book by Zoey Goto

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It's A London Thing
It's A London Thing

Book by Fred Butler

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Glamour magazine
Glamour magazine

Dawn O'Porter's column

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Betty magazine
Betty magazine
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Soho House magazine
Soho House magazine
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The Observer
The Observer
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The Gloss in The Irish Times
The Gloss in The Irish Times
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Dress to Kill magazine
Dress to Kill magazine
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Pigeons and Peacocks magazine
Pigeons and Peacocks magazine
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Love Sewing magazine
Love Sewing magazine
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British Vogue
British Vogue
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