Deliciously Ella X Amanda Wakeley: We’ve Got All The Pictures Here

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  • The foodie has turned into a campaign fronter and she looks ah-mazing

    Ella Woodward AKA healthy eating goddess, Deliciously Ella looks better than you’ve ever seen her before in Amanda Wakeley’s SS16 campaign.

    The campaign, which was shot by Emma Tempest and styled by Cathy Kasterine shows Ella sat in the back of a car clutching an Amanda Wakeley bag and looking pared back glam. While we may be more used to following Ella’s vegan and naturally holistic recipes, we’re pretty keen to know how she gets her hair looking that glossy.

    The food blogger who introduced us all to the concept of spiralising and made quinoa seem a little bit more tasty features in the campaign as a part of Amanda Wakeley’s new The Wakeley Women series which will feature interviews with real, entrepreneurial women that have inspired the brand which will be available to read on the website.

    Ella started her now famed food blog back in 2012 after being diagnosed with the relatively rare, Postural Tachycardia Syndrome, which caused her to suffer from chronic pain, heart palpitations, headaches and stomach issues. After trying the traditional medicinal route and finding it ineffective, she took up a plant-based diet which incorporated veganism and chucked out her favourite foods of the past (yes, even the Ben & Jerry’s had to go) and lucky for us, she documented her whole journey online.

    After 4 successful years, her symptons have subsided and she’s now got over 75,4000 subscribers following her journey. If all that wasn’t enough she’s also released a best selling app, one best selling book, opened her café, mae’s deli in Central London late last year with her fiancé, Matt and has just released her new book, Deliciously Ella Every Day today. We can barely keep up.

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