Laura Jackson

Laura Jackson is a well-established broadcaster, brand founder, and style and interiors enthusiast. In 2021, she launched Glassette, an online platform that curates homeware from the UK's top independent brands. Often referred to as the "Net-a-Porter for homeware," Glassette enables consumers to discover unique, beautiful homeware items, hand-selected by its founders. In February 2022, Glassette announced a successful seed-funding round, raising £1.2 million, with Laura continuing to lead as Co-Founder and Creative Director.

In Spring 2022, Laura joined Channel 4's new 8-part series, The Great Big Tiny Design Challenge, as a lead judge. She also hosts the interiors podcast So How Do You, where she interviews industry experts to share tips for creating your dream home on any budget. Additionally, Laura contributes as a monthly columnist for Elle Decoration UK, providing design tips and interior inspiration. In 2023, she co-hosted Britain's Best Beach Huts with Jay Blades, exploring the UK's coastline to find the finest beach huts.

Known for her approachable and witty personality, Laura excels in live and studio presenting. Her genuine interest in people ensures she gets the best from her interviewees. Laura initially gained fame on ITV2’s Take Me Out: The Gossip with Mark Wright, which achieved record viewership.

Laura began her TV career on Channel 4’s hit music show Freshly Squeezed alongside Rick Edwards and Nick Grimshaw. Her passion for music led her to host The Music Room, where she covered events like Wireless and V Festival, interviewed Brit Awards nominees, and presented The Brits 2017 coverage for ITV2. She has also been a VT presenter for Big Brother’s Little Brother and provided behind-the-scenes coverage for Britain’s Got Talent. Laura co-hosted Channel 5’s Celebrity Super Spa and Stand by Your Man, as well as BBC Comic Relief’s live 24 Hour Panel People with David Walliams.

Laura has also ventured into other genres, presenting UKTV’s World’s Most Talented, a travel talent show where she tried gymnastics in Romania, numerical memory in Japan, and snake charming in Malaysia. With a deep connection to London’s fashion scene, Laura is a sought-after fashion influencer, known for her iconic British style with a sixties twist. She is the main host of the London Fashion Weekend Festival and ITV’s resident fashion expert on This Morning.

Laura’s love for cooking led her to co-found the Jackson & Levine Supperclub with Radio 1 DJ Alice Levine. Their debut recipe and lifestyle book, Round To Ours, released in May 2017 to critical acclaim. They also released a popular Habitat range and became global ambassadors for Nespresso. Jackson & Levine’s bi-monthly events have been recognized by the industry, curating gatherings for brands like Marks & Spencer, Sonos, and Adidas. They also hosted My Pop Up Restaurant for Channel 4 and served as Fairtrade Ambassadors in 2016 and 2017. Laura supports UNICEF, Coppafeel, and mentors for The School of Confidence charity. Her hobbies include antique shopping, travel, and spending time with her whippet, Barry.

In 2018, Laura presented the BBC quiz show Ready or Not, hosted talks for Google x Guardian Labs, and launched collaborations with fashion brands like RIXO, Calvin Klein, and Links of London. She curated her own supper clubs with brands such as Stella Artois.

In 2019, Laura launched a collection with Warehouse, designed lines with Rixo London and Label Mix by Next, and introduced her lifestyle brand HOSTE, which includes supper clubs, travel, interiors, and a monthly newsletter. This led to her podcast, HOSTEing with Laura Jackson, with its first series sponsored by Liz Earle. She has appeared on the cover of Sunday Times Style, sharing her house renovation journey, and hosted the latest series of The Secrets of the Side Hustle podcast.

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