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Louise Fennell first worked for the Boho clothes designer Thea Porter in the l970’s, was a photographer’s agent in the ’80s and then ran her own fashion business in the ’90s and ’00s. She is also a novelist and screenwriter, living and working in London.
Louise has played a central role in Out of the Closets in 2000, 2002 and 2009 for the Foundation.
Along with her husband, Theo Fennel, Louise has been a patron of the Foundation since its inception. She helped manage and staff one of the first ever pop-up shops in the UK, selling items donated from Sir Elton’s wardrobe. The Shop, which ran for three weeks, raised over £300k for the Foundation.