Camille Bidault-Waddington became passionate about fashion at an early age while living in Rouen, far from the capital, with her mom who had subscriptions to almost every fashion magazine of the time. It was in 1997 when Camille moved to London that she met editors Katie Grand, Charlotte Stockdale, Grace Cobb and Harriett Quick, as well as designers
Giles Deacon and Stuart Vevers, and she began her career as freelance fashion stylist at Dazed & Confused and later shooting for The Face and Self Service, where she was featured in the first issue with photographer Horst Diekgerdes.
Camille currently lives in Paris, where she works as consultant as well and her collaborations see names such as DVF, Schiaparelli, Max Mara, Fendi. She regularly contributes for M Le Monde, AnOther, Double, Re-Edition, Purple, Dazed, working with artists such as Angelo Pennetta, Max Farago, Terry Richardson, Colin Dodgson, Collier Schorr, Casper Sejersen, Robi Rodriguez and Mark Peckmezian.