But Claire Stuart, who lives in the city centre, is also a PR expert and a big part of Glasgow's thriving fashion community.
The 25-year-old is community coordinator at Hot Tap Media and freelance fashion PR at Betty and Bee - set up with her friend and blogger Sheri Scott - which promotes Scottish design talent.
Claire shared her wardrobe and style secrets with RACHEL LOXTON.
WHAT'S YOUR FAVOURITE OUTFIT AT THE MOMENT?
Anything as long as it's black.
If I had to choose, though - my J.W.Anderson for Topshop dress is one of my favourite things ever.
It's got a real Wednesday Addams/french maid feel and I love the removable cuffs.
DESCRIBE YOUR STYLE?
My go-to answer for the longest time was 'awkward teenage goth' but if I'm being realistic it's more classic with trend accents.
I like really simple staples with clean classic lines with a few quirky statement pieces to keep things interesting.
I do feel like I'm at a constant war with myself with keeping it simple or going completely OTT.
WHAT'S YOUR FAVOURITE HIGH STREET SHOP?
It's a toss up between Cos and Zara.
I think Cos are the best for wearable timeless-looking pieces, Zara is for looking for something a bit more trend focused.
AND WHAT ABOUT DESIGNER?
I love, love, love Obscure Couture. When their Weekend In Hell collection dropped I thought, 'Has someone been reading my memos?'
I love that they aren't trend focused and always surprise me with the direction they take their collections and how much fun, sex and energy is infused in each one.
Also can we take a minute to talk about Edward Meadham and Benjamin Kirchhoff?
The last Meadham Kirchhoff show is up there as one of my all time favourites.
Their SS14 collection has a total Amish, goth, Lolita feel that I was completely in love with.
I always find myself getting really excited about their shows.
WHAT'S YOUR FAVOURITE GLASGOW SHOP?
I really love charity shops in the East End - great for a good rummage - and find some cracking pieces.
La La Land in De Courcy's Arcade is must as well for quirky wee bits and bobs.
WHAT'S THE MOST EXPENSIVE ITEM IN YOUR WARDROBE?
Probably my silver 1461 Doc Martens. They go with pretty much everything and I always feel like I've got a little 'Bowie' going on with them.
WHAT'S YOUR BIGGEST BARGAIN?
I am the biggest bargain hunter so most of my wardrobe has been created from a mix of ebay, charity shops and an eye firmly on the sale rail.
My favourite thing I ever found was an old school blazer for £5 at an Oxfam at T in The Park circa 2004.
I was freezing and was just looking for something, anything, to keep me warm.
Who knew, nearly 10 years on, it would still be one of my fave things in my wardrobe?
WHOSE STYLE DO YOU ADMIRE?
Too many. Stylist Catherine Baba and fashion blogger Diane Pernet look amazing - those are some ladies who know their way around a wardrobe.
Obviously Dolly Parton because a girl can always have bigger hair and more sequins.
ANY FASHION DISASTERS?
Oh yes. The big one was those tiny denim short cut offs that everyone insists on wearing and nobody looks good in.
Not a good look.
HOW HAS YOUR STYLE CHANGED OVER THE YEARS?
It's become a lot more focused and I am more careful about what I buy.
I go for things that I know I'll love for the long haul and I find myself focusing more on quality and cut.
I will always play around with bits and bobs, and, if anything, I feel much more comfortable expressing myself sartorially than I was a few years ago.
WHAT ITEM FROM YOUR WARDROBE CAN YOU NOT LIVE WITHOUT?
My cat clutch bag because is pretty much my go-to item at the moment.
My Saunt and Sinner scarf is a staple and I pull it on with everything.
Also, a really good pair of black trousers, an utter staple that frequently find themselves as a go-to when I don't know what to wear.
MOST RECENT PURCHASE?
Some white platform shoes from the New Look sale.
They are the most ridiculously 90s thing I have ever seen, super impractical for the weather but I am madly in love with them.
WHAT'S ON YOUR SHOPPING LIST FOR AUTUMN WINTER?
Some lime court shoes from Topshop have been on the radar for a while.
Other than that I'm pretty much feeling footloose and fancy free wardrobe wise.
Mohair anything and I'm dying to get some more PVC in my wardrobe (I'm all about playing with different textures).
Also feeling the idea of owning a nice two-piece patterned suit - trust me on this.
Zara have some cracking options in.
ARE YOU A HOARDER OR AN OFF-LOADER?
A bit of both. My wardrobe spans two rooms but I do a bi-monthly clear out where my sister tends to get a huge influx of clothes.
It's the safest way to go in case I change my mind about anything.
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF STYLE IN GLASGOW?
Playful, adventurous and definitely doesn't take itself too seriously.
I'm always creeping the streets for a cheeky bit of inspiration.
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