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The founders of ethical womenswear brand Beulah, Natasha Rufus Isaacs and Lavinia Brennan, talk to Drapers about building their brand and launching their new, Chelsea store.
Manny Kohli, president and owner of Canadian vegan accessories brand Matt and Nat, talks to Drapers about veganism, sustainability and pioneering future fabrics.
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.
Having recently secured £1m investment to fund its growth, The Sports Edit is on the fast track to activewear success. Drapers speaks to founder Nick Paulson-Ellis to hear more.
As LA-based premium basics brand Cotton Citizen makes its UK debut with a Selfridges exclusive, Drapers speaks to its founder and creative director Adam Vanunu to find out more about the brand
Andrea Karg founded Allude Cashmere in 1993, after abandoning plans of a career in law. She talks to Drapers about her passion for the fabric and her brand’s evolution.
Debenhams’ womenswear trading director Sara Bradley tells Drapers about her inspirations, motivations, and her plans for the department store’s womenswear offer.
Drapers spoke to Cory Burke, founder of Manchester fashion agency The Last Agencies, to find out about finding the perfect brand balance and building a fashion business.
Drapers caught up with Marie Nilsson Peterzén, creative director, vice-president and co-founder of footwear brand Vagabond, to find out the secrets to the brand’s success.
Anabel Calvo and Ben Bailey founded Studio British, an etailer focusing solely on UK brands, last September. It stocks 12 brands, including Private White VC, Gloverall and Johnstons of Elgin. They talk to Drapers about the potential of UK-made fashion and their ambitions for British luxury.
Christina Castle founded her sustainable womenswear brand Dagny after becoming frustrated with the amount of waste produced by the fashion industry. She talks to Drapers about her passion for ethical production and her journey to building a brand.
Carolyn Springett, CEO of heritage men’s tailoring business New & Lingwood, speaks to Drapers about fuelling growth and maintaining heritage for the 152-year-old brand.