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My Fashion Life: Womenswear

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  • Sophie Hulme

    Sophie HulmeSubscription

    The womenswear designer tells Graeme Moran about her autumn 13 collection and the success of her armoured tote bag.

  • Karen Radley

    Karen RadleySubscription

    The founder of Scoop talks to Emily Norval about her fashion heritage and seeking out the next big thing.

  • Nicholas Georgiou

    Nicholas GeorgiouSubscription

    The design manager of the relaunched Ossie Clark concession brand tells Emily Norval why he feels like a kid in a sweet shop.

  • Eilidh Macaskill

    Eilidh MacAskillSubscription

    The editor of InStyle magazine tells Caroline Nodder why she’s surprised she ended up working in fashion journalism.

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    Eley KishimotoSubscription

    The label’s founders, print virtuosos Mark Eley and Wakako Kishimoto, tell Ian Wright about their return to LFW

  • Haizhen Wang

    Haizhen WangSubscription

    The founder of the eponymous womenswear label and Fashion Fringe 2012 winner tells Graeme Moran how he will build on his success.

  • Brix Smith-Start

    Brix Smith-StartSubscription

    Co-owner of indie Start, TV presenter, ex-member of The Fall and animal lover – ian wright isn’t short of conversation starters.

  • Mila Perrone

    Mila PerroneSubscription

    Hoss Intropia’s showroom manager talks to Ana Santi about the Spanish brand’s wholesale strategy.

  • Nadia Moraes

    Nadia MoraesSubscription

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

  • Maria Lemos

    Maria LemosSubscription

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