Molly Fiell

Clementine Fiell is an art director, activist and author, based in London. 

She is currently working as a Creative Campaigner for Greenpeace, and previously worked as an editor at VICE’s channel Amuse. She has also written, commissioned, art directed & created content for POP Magazine, Mario Testino & Vivienne Westwood, and has held research and editorial positions at Arena Homme+ and the V&A. 

Clem Fiell is the author of ‘Women in Design: From Aino Aalto to Eva Zeisel published with Laurence King Publishing in 2019. She has spoken and lectured extensively about the role of women in design at a number of venues – including the Tate Modern, the V&A and Sotheby’s
A full portfolio of Clem’s work and CV is available upon request.
Scroll down for a few examples of her work.

Featured Work

Women in Design: From Aino Aalto to Eva Zeisel’ ⚬ More info
Published by Laurence King, UK and Dumont Publishing, Germany

Press Reviews for ‘Women in Design’ here ⚬ 
Buy the book here or on Amazon.

Pop issue 33  ⚬ Vivienne Westwood Interview with Juergen Teller  ⚬  Read

Pop issue 35  ⚬ ‘Digital Punk’ op-ed piece  ⚬  Read

Selection of Articles & Projects

Vice / Amuse  ⚬  ‘When Sex Ruled the Skies’ ⚬  Read

Vice / Amuse  ⚬  ‘The World’s Ugliest Ski Resort is Actually a Bauhaus Masterpiece’  ⚬ Read

Vice / Amuse  ⚬  ‘Why Cologne is the Spiritual Home of German Art’ ⚬  Read

Vice / Amuse  ⚬  ‘Mallorca’s Bizarre Satanic Fire Festival’ ⚬ Read
Vice / Amuse  ⚬  ‘The Untold Stories of Instagram’s Favourite Buildings’ ⚬ Read

Vice / Amuse  ⚬  ‘The Weird World of Novelty Architecture’ ⚬ Read

Mario Testino’s Agency & Editorial Platform  ⚬ Regular features contributor  ⚬  Visit

Vivienne Westwood In-store Zine  ⚬ Editorial/Art Direction

For more, contact: / +44 (0)7709559243

For a handful of Clem’s personal art projects, click here