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Off the record, Next Generation street style

As well as striking a pose, some of last week’s Next Generation attendees told us their career plans.

Where do you see yourself in 10 years’ time?

Charli Cohen

Founder and designer, Charli Cohen

“I’ve just launched my own label, so I hope to be running it successfully”

Tom Flannery

Product developer, Fred Perry

“I’d like to be product director of a young fashion brand”

Laura Gilbert

Womenswear buyer, Coggles

“I’d just like to be happy taking on more responsibility as part of a great team and earning lots of money!”

Calvin Bailey

Assistant buyer, Topman

“I’d like to be a buying director, focusing on online retail and moving into the luxury market”

Emma Bewsher

Stylist, Warehouse

“I’m from Newcastle, so my dream job would be to be a buyer for Fenwicks in Newcastle”

Davey Tomlan

Creative presentation, Ralph Lauren

“I hope to set up my own menswear and womenswear label one day”

Natasha Ingleby-Mackenzie

ATB section manager, John Lewis

“I’d love to be a successful buyer of women’s fashion, still at John Lewis”

Jazzino Tamani

Features assistant, 1883 magazine

“Hopefully menswear fashion editor at a big magazine - maybe even Drapers!”

Jordan Webb

Senior PR executive, The Outnet

“I’d love to be head of PR in the Net-a -Porter group. Menswear isn’t an area I’ve worked on so maybe I’ll move into that”

Olivia Poole

Online marketing co-ordinator, Fusefashion.com

“I hope to own my own online store and maybe even move to New York”

Gemma Goldstone

Owner and designer, Gemma Goldstone

“Hopefully my womenswear and accessories business will have grown, and be stocked in stores like Selfridges”

Sarah Pipe

Garment technologist, Internacionale

“A dream would be to have my own womenswear label”

Sorcha Harriman Smith

Digital and brand director, Childrensalon

“I’d like to stay at Childrensalon, taking the business to the next level”

Veeraj Haria Shah

Men’s formalwear buyer and merchandiser, Marks & Spencer

“I’d love to end up working on Saville Row”

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