My guest this week is Vin, of eponymous label Vin and Omi. The pair opened last London Fashion Week in St Pancras’ Grand Terrace with a show celebrating their passion for sustainability, and ultimately probing deeper into the clothes they make. In this episode Vin talks about the beginnings of Vin and Omi, creating new fabrics, and the next generation of designers. I really hope you enjoy!
My guest this week is Agatha Lintott, founder of online sustainable womenswear boutique, Antibad. In this episode we talk about the beginnings of Agatha’s fashion career (she’s been in the industry since she was 16!), how she defines ‘sustainability’, and why vintage is an essential part of her wardrobe. I really hope you enjoy!
This week, I chat to Rosie Wolfenden MBE, co-founder and managing director of Tatty Devine. If you haven’t seen any of Tatty Devine’s iconic designs, you’re missing out. They are playful, colourful and definitely make a statement. In this episode we talk about Tatty Devine’s beginnings, making plastic more sustainable and what Rosie is organising to celebrate Tatty Devine’s 20th birthday! I really hope you enjoy.
My guest this week is journalist and author of Stitched Up: The Anti-Capitalist Book of Fashion, Tansy Hoskins. In this episode we talk about the motivation behind Tansy’s exploration of fashion, the responsibility of big business, and labour rights in Bangladesh.
This week, I chatted to Sophie Dunster, founder of sustainable fashion label, Gung Ho. We talked about Sophie’s zero-carbon upbringing, the sartorial stereotypes of environmentalists and Gang Ho’s new focus for 2019: food!
My guest this week is model and writer Rebecca Pearson. On her website, modeltypeface.com, Rebecca gives advice to other models on how to navigate the industry, and well as sharing her love for green beauty and ethical fashion. In this episode I chat to Rebecca about the highs and lows of life as a model, buying fair-trade and life online.
This week I interviewed Rebecca Morter, founder of Lone Design Club. Rebecca was frustrated with the way her own designs were sold by retailers so decided to set up an alternative. LDC connects independent brands with customers in beautiful online spaces and pop-ups. In this episode, we talk about Rebecca’s stance on Black Friday, what it really means to be sustainable as a new designer and why shopping small is so important. I really hope you enjoy!