Hattie Brett: Assistant Editor
Fuelled with a lot of Diet Coke and Laudree macaroons, Hattie designed and launched Grazia Daily in September 2008 – before editing it for 18 months. Today, she is Grazia’s Assistant Editor, overseeing features and culture in the magazine and all our digital propositions.
The epitome of Grazia’s ‘news and shoes’ ethos, in her six years working for the magazine Hattie has both interviewed Amanda Knox’s mother and battled the fash pack backstage to get a few words with Burberry maestro Christopher Bailey. She also ruffled a few political journalist feathers when she was the only journalist given one-on-one interview time with David Cameron on his trip to the White House in 2012. These days you’re as likely to find her tweeting about the latest awards ceremony red carpet fashion as you are in Grazia’s meeting room working on cover lines.
In her time at the magazine Hattie’s also developed an unhealthy fascination with Kate Middleton (favourite fact: she’s allergic to nickel) – and a supremely healthy fascination with Net-a-Porter. She thinks.