My fashion life: Young people brands
Drapers speaks to former fashion editor and co-founder of young fashion ecommerce site Own The Look, Olivia Cantillon, about “outfit dressing” and the pursuit of newness.
Fleur East, singer and former star of ITV’s The X Factor, tells Drapers about her first range for Lipsy.
Lyle & Scott’s brand director explains why labels with an authentic heritage will never go out of fashion.
The founder of Australian young fashion brands Minkpink, Evil Twin and Staple tells James Knowles how she is making waves in the UK.
Skatewear brand Element’s European general manager tells Marie Davies why he’s excited about ethical lifestyle range Element Emerald.
The owner of Cornwall indie Fusion speaks to Marie Davies about the challenges of transforming a single surf store into a four-store young fashion destination.
The painter turned fashion designer tells Mandy Cohen about using T-shirts as a canvas and how a rainy British summer inspired him.
The owner of agency Concept Fashion tells Marie Davies why he’s launched short-order brand Little Mistress.
The merchandising boss at Sony Records talks to Martin Teall about the music label’s Deconstructed T-shirt brand.
The British rap star tells Marie Davies why he wanted to grow his streetwear brand Star In The Hood via UK indies
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Kyle Stewart and Jo Sindle, owners of the London indie, tell Mandy Cohen why streetwear means more to them than just the clothing.
The co-founder of Luke tells Suzanne Bearne how he can trace the young fashion brand’s roots back to a caravan in Norfolk.
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The creative director of streetwear brand Chunk tells Kanika Findley-Chin about expansion plans and getting involved in bike polo
The creative director of Fenchurch explains to Suzanne Bearne how the streetwear brand’s design aesthetic has evolved over the past decade
The president of Lee tells Marie Davies why authenticity is so important in restoring the denim brand to its former glories
G-Star’s UK sales manager tells Ana Santi how he left life on a building site to help cement the denim brand’s success
The man behind The Brandery, Barcelona’s new streetwear show, tells Giselle Wainwright his plans for the event
Husband and wife Nick Stavrakakis and Abby Cornelius tell Laura Jackson why their agency stands out from the rest
The TV Dragon leaves her stony-faced persona in the studio as she tells Khabi Mirza why she has invested in skate brand WeSC
Andrew Townsin, UK commercial director for Pepe Jeans, talks denim, iconic art and Andy Warhol with Daniella Cagol
André Benjamin, aka André 3000 of hip-hop duo Outkast, speaks to Khabi Mirza about swapping music for fashion with his Benjamin Bixby label.
Designers and label owners Amy Molyneaux and Percy Parker tell Laura Jackson why their label is about music and parties as well as clothing.
TV fashion’s man of the moment Gok Wan explains to Lauretta Roberts why he supports a master class for youngsters without a degree.
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The founding brothers of eco brand Rapanui tell Alex Hudson about environmental issues and ethical trade, and their opinion of value retailers.
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.
The product and design team behind T-shirt label Amplified talk to Laura Jackson about their influences and aspirations.