Caroline Young is a writer and author specialising in fashion and film history. As well as co-authoring Tartan and Tweed, she is the author of Style Tribes: The Fashion of Subcultures and Classic Hollywood Style, all published by Frances Lincoln. She is also the author of Hitchcock’s Heroines, by Palazzo Editions, and the upcoming Roman Holiday, to be published by The History Press.
Originally from Edinburgh, where she still lives, she took a Masters in Journalism in Brisbane, Australia after studying English and film and TV studies at Glasgow University. She worked as a fashion writer and assistant digital editor at Herald Scotland, gaining a great insight in the Scottish fashion industry and the history of fashion. She also has a strong interest in the golden age of Hollywood, and has researched at archives in Los Angeles for her books on film history and costume.
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