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Brought to you by the British Fashion Council, a series of conversations with designers and the broader creative community, all of whom play a vital role in the fashion industry’s culture and reputation, promoting British creativity on a global scale.
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Brought to you by the British Fashion Council, a series of conversations with designers and the broader creative community, all of whom play a vital role in the fashion industry’s culture and reputation, promoting British creativity on a global scale.
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    Transformation and evolution

    Transformation and evolution

    Zinnia Kumar, the model, cultural advisor and writer, talks to London-based designer Kaushik Velendra about overcoming culture shock and systemic discrimination as well as discussing their contribution to an Indian luxury fashion renaissance.
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    • 32 min
    Learning to unlearn

    Learning to unlearn

    Florence Huntington-Whiteley, model and co-founder of CogDis, a creative ethics consultancy, talks with her partner and co-founder, the designer Claire Yurika Davis, and Tori West, editor of independent, queer-led publication Bricks Magazine, about their utopian ideas on the importance of boundaries and mental wellbeing in the workplace and how the fashion industry can adapt.
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    • 31 min
    Partnership, not competition

    Partnership, not competition

    Highsnobiety editorial director Christopher Morency speaks to Farfetch founder, chairman and CEO José Neves about the post-pandemic fashion and retail landscape, and how a modern brand can evolve to stay relevant.
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    • 31 min
    Fighting for fluidity

    Fighting for fluidity

    Fashion designer Harris Reed speaks to Tim Blanks about dressing without gender boundaries, and how the reaction to the Harry Styles American Vogue cover is an example of how far the dial still needs to move. Reed also shares thoughts on the new wave of creatives leading the fashion industry, as well as how the future of the industry is playing out. 
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    • 34 min
    In search of authenticity

    In search of authenticity

    Trey Gaskin, the writer, model and podcaster, talks to designer Olubiyi Thomas and stylist and founder of Boy.Brother.Friend, KK Obi, about sustainability, creating authentic publishing, and how the fashion industry can help foster change.
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    • 31 min
    How a fashion superbrand is evolving with the times

    How a fashion superbrand is evolving with the times

    Tommy Hilfiger talks to Financial Times' Jo Ellison about his brand’s work around inclusivity, equal opportunities and environmental initiatives. He also shares his tips on how to build an enduring fashion business, and his favourite things about London. 
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    • 29 min

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