Lana Elie, head of sumptuous new online floral company Floom, talks about the changing nature of flower arranging.
Professor Reina Lewis’ new book Muslim Fashion is a thoughtful study of what it means to be a modern hijabi.
Print designer Lisa King talks about scarves, swimwear, icebergs and frozen flowers.
Multi-talented accessories designer Fred Butler, who has made Lady Gaga and Bjork, talks about her love of colour and East End creativity.
Can fashion save the world? After 45 years in the business, pioneering political designer Katharine Hamnett talks campaigning and clothes.
Vertu creates some of the most expensive mobile handsets in the world. Creative director Ignacio Germade talks about making phones with love.
Cynthia Gregoire meets Pretty Green’s Pat Salter to talk about the clothes and working with the world’s last rock and roll star.
I talk to multi-media artist Alex Noble about working with Lady Gaga and his latest project, EMG, which uses fashion as a force for good.
This July, RCA Professor Wendy Dagworthy, steps down. I speak to her about British fashion in the past and future.
Christina Dean is head of Redress, fashion sustainability NGO in the Far East, the ‘world’s clothes factory’ with pressing environmental concerns.
Lily Cole’s latest collaboration, with ethical footwear label Veja, proposes a new way of saving the rainforest.
On the first anniversary of the Rana Plaza disaster, one of the most famous behind-the-scenes faces in the fashion industry, Caryn Franklin MBE talks about changing the way we buy clothes.
There aren’t many designers who have worked with McQueen and Westwood; dressed Rita Ora and had their work featured in Vogue’s 2012 September issue – while at university. Mary Benson is going places.
Inspired by porn, punk and plastic surgery and anything else that makes her feel uncomfortable, Ann-Sofie Back, head of her own labels and creative director of cult denim brand Cheap Monday, is one of the earliest exponents of Scandanavian fashion.