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My fashion life: Young people brands

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  • Amplifed's Nicholas

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    The product and design team behind T-shirt label Amplified talk to Laura Jackson about their influences and aspirations.

  • Andre 3000

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    André Benjamin, aka André 3000 of hip-hop duo Outkast, speaks to Khabi Mirza about swapping music for fashion with his Benjamin Bixby label.

  • Andrew Townsin

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    Andrew Townsin, UK commercial director for Pepe Jeans, talks denim, iconic art and Andy Warhol with Daniella Cagol

  • Bobby Langley

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    The merchandising boss at Sony Records talks to Martin Teall about the music label’s Deconstructed T-shirt brand.

  • Fenchurch Chris Isherwood

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    The creative director of Fenchurch explains to Suzanne Bearne how the streetwear brand’s design aesthetic has evolved over the past decade

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    The TV Dragon leaves her stony-faced persona in the studio as she tells Khabi Mirza why she has invested in skate brand WeSC

  • Frank Voit

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    Skatewear brand Element’s European general manager tells Marie Davies why he’s excited about ethical lifestyle range Element Emerald.

  • Gilles LaumonierSubscription

    The president of Lee tells Marie Davies why authenticity is so important in restoring the denim brand to its former glories

  • Gok Wan

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    TV fashion’s man of the moment Gok Wan explains to Lauretta Roberts why he supports a master class for youngsters without a degree.

  • Henry Holland

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    House of Holland first hit the spotlight with its tongue-in-cheek slogan T-shirts. The man behind it tells Laura Weir about his journey so far.

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