My Fashion Life: Womenswear
With Hope Fashion, industry veteran Nayna McIntosh caters to mature women.
Christina Castle founded her sustainable womenswear brand Dagny after becoming frustrated with the amount of waste produced by the fashion industry. She talks to Drapers about her passion for ethical production and her journey to building a brand.
Drapers talks to Sangita Ebrahim, owner womenswear multi-brand boutique and label Charli about building the brand from the boutique and maintaining a family business.
Drapers spoke to knitwear designer Genevieve Sweeney to find out how she is using her eponymous brand to support UK manufacturing with a hidden network of British knitters.
Chinti & Parker co-founder Anna Singh creates fun, high-quality knitwear for a customer she knows well
Johan Lindeberg returned to his eponymous label, J Lindeberg, as creative director after an absence of 10 years. He spoke to Drapers about the future of the brand, and how it feels to be back at the helm
Founder of cult activewear label Lucas Hugh Anjhe Mules, talks to Drapers about blending performance and fashion, working on The Hunger Games, and building her business.
Drapers meets Riley Uggla, the woman behind the ethical and sustainable brand Made by Riley, to talk business, charity and the rising popularity of brands with a social mission.
Head of design at Swedish womenswear retailer Lindex, Annika Hedin has been at the brand since she graduated from university almost 20 years ago. She talks to Drapers about heritage, sustainability and balance.
Portuguese designer Ana Sousa founded the luxury occasionwear label Sophia Kah in 2011. She speaks to Drapers about her manufacturing heritage, her love of Lisbon and her passion for modern occasionwear.