Sandy Kirik, stylist, and creative director with more than ten years of experience in the fashion industry.

Born and raised in Ukraine, with roots in Mari and Japan, where she began her career as a model at the age of 16, which allowed her to discover the world and broaden her perspective to include countless references that enrich her work today.

To complement her career, she studied linguistics and later creative direction at the Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design, which led her to found FLH Magazine and continue her professional career also as editor-in-chief.

As a creative and artistic person, she has always wanted to talk about reality through art and fashion, so she made styling and creative direction a tool of her visual expression.

Creating emotions and food for thought is the goal.

Living in Stockholm, Sweden she has worked with multiple Scandinavian brands and creatives, including her recent work for within H&M’s creative team to reshape and rebrand the Monki Brand to what it is today, working with art buying, casting, visual and motion creation.

Being a stubborn and courageous person, she never hesitates to step out of her comfort zone.

Now working worldwide. Based between Stockholm and Milan, it is possible to find in her portfolio works for brands and vehicles such as Levi’s, Diesel, Marie Claire, Kaltblut Magazine, Nasty Magazine, L’Officiel, Tmw Magazine, Bevza, Stand Studio, among others.

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