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My Fashion Life: Womenswear

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  • Nadia Moraes

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    The director and designer of Darling tells Graeme Moran about her new label, Beloved, and her roots in indie retail.

  • Maria Lemos

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    Agency RainbowWave’s founder tells James Knowles about the increasing appeal of young British designers

  • Roger Saul

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    The Mulberry founder tells Ruth Faulkner about life after the label and his plans for designer outlet Kilver Court.

  • Chloe Lonsdale

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    The founder of MiH tells graeme moran why jeans are in her … ahem, genes, and why she’s revived her father’s business.

  • Ayen Allen

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    Hugo Boss’s creative and brand director for womenswear tells Ana Santi why he isn’t afraid to experiment with its designs.

  • Caggie Dunlop

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    The Made in Chelsea star tells Graeme Moran why anyone can get involved with designing her womenswear label ISWAI.

  • Carolyn Massey

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    Freshly installed at Lyle & Scott, the menswear designer tells ian wright about her plan for an evolution of its heritage.

  • Livia Firth

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    The Eco Age co-founder (and wife of actor Colin) has a mission to make fashion sustainable, she tells Graeme Moran.

  • Barry Tulip

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    Gieves & Hawkes’ creative director tells Ian Wright how he is building a fresh house style at the Savile Row tailor.

  • Henry Graham

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    Wolf & Badger’s co-founder tells Graeme Moran why the fashion-forward indie chose Mayfair for its second store.