With hot fashion tips, styling, fashion and beauty advice Fashion Fox takes you on an adventure in fashion.
Survival of the Fittest: Virtual Styling Pod
Andree Latibeaudiere interviews Steve Blyth the inventor of the Virtual Styling pod the latest invention in the world of retail attempting to make “trying on clothes” a more pleasurable and inspiring experience. We can see how it would work in Islamic countries but will it take off in the west where we are more used to stripping down to our skimpies? As the high street struggles to keep up with online fashion shopping could this be a “white knight” invention to save the high-street and get some damsels into a dress or will it turn out to be the final weapon that online shopping needs to win over real stores?
Scooped! Karen Radley Interview
Karen Radley has lived her whole life in Fashion. She is the founder of Scoop which is fast becoming the show to be in if you’re a small fashion brand seeking to make it into the top boutiques. It is a bi-annual boutique fashion and lifestyle trade show bringing together premium UK and International buyers with emerging and established contemporary designer labels from the UK and overseas. Scoop is currently on at Philips and Saatchi Gallery in Chelsea, we interviewed Karen about her fashion life and why she started Scoop. The show is on till 7pm at Philips, London and the Saatchi Gallery tonight and from 9.30pm & 5pm Tuesday 21st.
Interview with Shona Heath Set Designer for Mulberry
When I meet Shona Heath fatigue is beginning to tell. She’s been up since She is the designer behind the amazing Mulberry window sets in Harrods front windows commissioned by Mulberry. She’s imagined a magical world that embraces the idea of the English countryside, its animals and birds where Mulberry bags sprout from the ground to be inspected by curious badgers and foxes.
Interview with 4music presenter Arielle Free
I have a friend called Karl O’Keefe who is a bit of a pied piper and through him I’ve met some really wonderful people and been to some very messy parties, I always remember Arielle Free as the other girl in the pack I could always have a good giggle with and have a good yarn too back then she was a dancer but now she’s a rising TV star presenting 4Music, she’s a girl who’s always had style and was one of the nominees for “Most Stylish Female” in the Scottish Style Awards, which quite tickled her. Portrait photos by David Gardner. Hair in main photo by Sharz Din at Salon Sassoon, Glasgow
Far and Wide Collective
“During more than seven years in Kabul I saw the incredible talent of Afghan artisans. Turquoise Mountain and a number of organisations were investing heavily and successfully in arts and crafts training, but market access remained a large challenge. When I moved to Canada I decided that I would try to tackle this and started what is now Far & Wide Collective,” says Hedwig the Founder of Far and Wide Collective which is an on-line market place for Afghan and now artisans from other regions to sell their amazing clothes jewellerry and home-ware.
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