My Fashion Life: Womenswear
The buying director of indie Machine-A tells Graeme Moran how he selects designers and focuses on backing new British talent.
The Atelier-To-Go founder tells Ian Wright about the soon-to-be launched ecommerce site, what makes it different and how she sources.
The womenswear designer tells Graeme Moran about her autumn 13 collection and the success of her armoured tote bag.
The founder of Scoop talks to Emily Norval about her fashion heritage and seeking out the next big thing.
The design manager of the relaunched Ossie Clark concession brand tells Emily Norval why he feels like a kid in a sweet shop.
The editor of InStyle magazine tells Caroline Nodder why she’s surprised she ended up working in fashion journalism.
The label’s founders, print virtuosos Mark Eley and Wakako Kishimoto, tell Ian Wright about their return to LFW
The founder of the eponymous womenswear label and Fashion Fringe 2012 winner tells Graeme Moran how he will build on his success.
Co-owner of indie Start, TV presenter, ex-member of The Fall and animal lover – ian wright isn’t short of conversation starters.
Hoss Intropia’s showroom manager talks to Ana Santi about the Spanish brand’s wholesale strategy.