Claire Adler is a London-based luxury media consultant and writer. Having written for the Financial Times for over a decade, she specialises in enhancing the profile and reputation of luxury brands and ultra high net worth individuals through media relations and written brand communications.
Claire Adler is a luxury media consultant and writer. In 2016, Claire Adler was named a Top 20 Luxury
Tastemaker by IN London magazine.
Claire Adler’s core consultancy services span media relations, written brand communications, training PR teams and making strategic introductions. Claire Adler especially loves working with energetic leaders in their fields who seek to bring their niche expertise to a wider audience.
Claire Adler has written regularly for the Financial Times on jewellery, diamonds and watches for over a decade.
In addition, her articles on luxury have appeared in Vanity Fair, The Times, The New York Times, The Sunday
Times, The Washington Post, The Spectator, The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph, The Daily Mail, Wallpaper* and
House & Garden; specialist jewellery and watch magazines including QP and JCK; magazines published by
Quintessentially, Harrods, Gulf Air and Virgin Atlantic; and in business books published by Open University.
Since 2009, Claire Adler has judged annual jewellery design competition Editor’s Choice at leading British
industry event International Jewellery London.Claire Adler has spoken on Bloomberg TV and ITN America, at the London Business School, at Richemont’s 2016
PR Conference in Geneva, at the makers of The Macallan whisky in Scotland and on behalf of WGSN, Walpole
and Montblanc.As a writer for clients ranging from global luxury houses to emerging brands, Claire Adler’s clients include or
have included Jaeger-leCoultre, Piaget, Montblanc, De Beers, Sotheby’s, Knight Frank, London Luxury Quarter,
Gemfields Plc, Anglo American, de Grisogono, 77 Diamonds, Armenta and ultra high net worth individuals.
Claire Adler’s workshops The Media Mindset Workshop and The Power Writing for PRs Workshop are designed to
show luxury communications and PR teams how to think like journalists in order to capture the attention of busy
editors and influencers, write with confidence and impact, and ultimately, optimise press coverage.