The Stylist was busy. The election campaign was in full swing and the demands for interviews were flooding in Each candidate needed “dressing” and some were more amenable to help than others. The Stylist was the professional. They might be the experts on words, but The Stylist knew what worked on camera: “gravitas”, “family-focused”, “youthful”, whatever the team wanted. Leather-bound or paperback; novels or history; prints or photographs. Bright or subdued. Modest or open plan. Final check, The Stylist signed off and sent the style briefing to the candidate’s device, just in case there were questions. He wouldn’t read it.