Silvia Njoki is a renowned Kenyan freelance fashion stylist by profession, a writer, designer, the creator, the founder, the mastermind and inspirational manager of the award winning blog Style By Silvia.
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Silvia Njoki Kamau was born 0n the month of July 15 in Kenya.
Style By Silvia is the name she choose and goes by for her blogging site and as well as her fashion styling activities.
Silvia Njoki is a young mom to one lovely daughter and little princess Nielsine Muthoni born in 2013.
Silvia attended Naro Moru Girls High School and cleared in 2005. In 2006 she joined the University of Nairobi for her degree in Nutrition and Food Technology and graduated in 2010 .In 2011 she started studing fashion styling at University of the Arts London, Central Saint Martin, UK and later Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti Milano, Italy.
Silvia having travelled widely abroad and styled for fashion shows in London, Mauritius, Rwanda and Tanzania and most importantly in Kenya, and being handy, crafty and out of fun she founded and created Style By Silvia in 2013 in pursuit of dressing her infant daughter, born that year, but gradually evolved into a more fashion oriented vehicle for sharing her personal style on the social media scene hoping to inspire other craft loving people where she got inspired to make little crotcheted, knitted or sewed things for her daughter since some of the items she needed were either too expensive or stuff she had only seen online which she couldn’t find locally.
Silvia as a fashion writer she has been employed as a fashion journalist and entertainment writer such as she has contributed to the ARISE Magazine, London, and for the recent past years worked with the Standard Media Group, Kenya. Not forgetting she is lead writer and creative director of her blog Style By Silvia.
Silvia Njoki won an award in 2014 SOMA awards as the Most Promising Blogger.
Silvia Njoki gets inspired by all sorts of things from runway clothes to what her friends are wearing, a specific trend or color, all the way to fabrics she discovers in shops.