Lorraine Candy is the Luxury Content Director for The Sunday Times and Editor in Chief of Style magazine. She was previously Editor in Chief of ELLE magazine for 12 years. During her career as a journalist and editor, she has worked as Editor in Chief at Cosmopolitan and Features Director of The Times newspaper.
She wrote a playful weekly parenting column for The Daily Mail’s Femail for six years called ‘I don’t know how I do It” and has written for The Times, The Guardian, The Mail, The Radio Times, Good Housekeeping and The Sunday Times as well as regularly interviewing celebrities for covers for the award winning ELLE magazine.
She regularly writes on her adventures in fitness, being a mum of four, fashion and feminism. She has a large social media following: Twitter 105k, Instagram 25k, Facebook 10k and regularly gives talks on a variety of subjects of interest to women. She has presented at the Mumsnet Conference and hosted many ELLE events interviewing women live on stage, including Melinda Gates.
Lorraine appears regularly on TV and radio including Newsnight, the BBC’s Nine O’Clock news, This Morning and Anne Robinson’s Secret Britain as well as Radio Four’s Today programme and Woman’s Hour.
She is on the media advisory board of the children's charity Theirworld and also on the membership council of the Tate art galleries.
Lorraine Candy is represented by Robert Caskie at Caskie Mushens Ltd.