The Look Book Lab Podcast launches from 1st September 2020.
Here are our some of our upcoming guests and threads of thought:
Deborah St. Louis CEO of Fashions Finest
Founder and Director of events company Fashions Finest of over 12 years discusses her journey and growth along the way with a personal message for our listeners.
Natalie Fenning, CEO of Mindful Mode
Founder of Mindful Mode shares the effortless application of the ancient Japanese philosophy "Mottainai" and how it reduces consumption and daily decision fatigue for your wardrobe.
Garik Himebaugh Founder of The Eco Stylist
Garik has developed a trust worthy market place for menswear. We talk about the tests many brands have failed to pass and how they can do better.
Jenny Holloway CEO of Fashion Enter
Jenny Holloway shares her experience on the transparency of sustainable practice on the manufacturing floor and where on earth we go from here.
Kerri Plumtree, Designer of Magpie Studio
Designer Kerri of Magpie Design Studio shares her journey of designing sustainably and the perks of creative pressure.
Cyndi Rhoades CEO of Worn Again.
Cyndi Rhoades Founder of Worn Again. Exploring cutting edge technology to eradicate textile waste and a world where resources are kept in constant circulation.
Michelle Fite, Designer of Sustainable Luxury
Director and visionary of Fite Fashion. Michelle passionately unveils her design inspiration and pain staking journey to raise her designs out of the beautiful and the ethical.
Freya Rosedale, CEO of Alexander Clementine
Freya Rosedale, one of the founders of sustainable brand Alexander Clementine talks to us about the nourishing benefits of seaweed and how it became a feature in their underwear range.
Eva Cammarata Lecturer at Marangoni Fashion School
Eva is a ethical designer. She is all about sustainability, ethical practice and reducing waste. Teaching at the Marangoni Fashion School in London, we discuss how the modern perception is evolving.
We talk to the artist behind the art. Marcin creates some serious show stopping jewellery made from upcycled plastic, beads, stones and wires.
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