Lola Watt keeps herself busy by studying an online course in marketing and events. In her spare time, she crochets one of kind pieces from dresses to crop tops to beanies. The talent crochet designer hails from Pentecost and believes that the only rule to fashion is to wear your outfit with confidence! #NaturalLook #ConfidenceIsBeauty #CreativeCrochetArtist #NiVanuatuFashionDesigner



Lola Watt




Where are you from?


What do you like to do in your spare time?

I like listening to music, watching TV series and movies but I mostly enjoy crocheting in my spare time.


What do you aspire to do in the future?

I’m currently doing an online course in Marketing and Event Planning. I hope one day that I will be able to have my own little business as an event planner and I have also always dreamt of owning a clothing shop.


How would you describe your style?

I would describe my style as casual chic. For example, that could mean it’s a mix of classy element with an everyday item such as a pair of jeans or jacket.


Where do you buy your clothes from?

I am fortunate enough to have my family living overseas in New Zealand, so I often ask a family member to bring clothes over. But I also buy clothes at second hand shops because I think it has good clothes.

Who influences your style?

My sense of style comes from people I see on the streets, friends and most definitely through social media.

What beauty products do you use?

To be honest with regards to my beauty regime and products, I would say that I like to keep things as natural as possible. I often will only wear make-up on special occasions. Once a month I love making a natural face mask which helps healing acne, shrinking pores and is a great cleanser. I mix one egg white, a half-cup of pawpaw and one teaspoon of honey and then spread the paste on my face to let dry for approximately 15 minutes.


Any fashion advice?

The fashion advice that I would give to girls and women of Vanuatu is to show themselves through fashion and not to be scared. I think the clothes you wear, your style, should reflect your personality. The most important rule of mine is to wear any outfit with confidence!

Assistant stylist: Irene Abbock

Photographer: Nicky Kuautonga

Hair, nails and makeup: Body and Soul 

This article was originally published in the October edition of the Vanuatu Daily Post Life and Style magazine