With four albums behind her,
new single “I Will Be” out now and a catalogue of writing credits for
other artists, Chantal Kreviazuk doesn’t have anything to prove. George
R Vaughan caught up with the multi-talented Canadian to talk about her
journey from classically trained pianist to international singer/songwriter.
As one half of award winning
duo, The Ting Tings, Katie White is no stranger to fame. With the
release of their third album, Super Critical, George R Vaughan
caught up with the artist to discuss music, life and how to stay successful and ahead of the game in an ever-evolving industry.
Ria Pattni is the Co founder of ethical skincare brand Fushi. The principals upon which her
company were based owe much to her upbringing, where natural remedies were a
way of life. Poppy Watt talks to
this innovative entrepreneur about why she believes the answer to beauty and
wellbeing is in using simple herbs.
Singer-songwriter Rumer was introduced to the music scene in
2010 with her debut album Seasons Of My Soul amid media proclamations
that the world had found a new Karen Carpenter. Four years on and having
successfully cultivated an identity of her own, George R Vaughan caught
up with the artist following the release of her third album, Into Colour.
Paden R Vaughan caught up with emerging classical talent, Lucy Kay, the soprano who overcame a series of personal and
professional challenges to make a name for herself and who now has her sights set
on conquering the global world of classical music.
Who knew that Europe’s most successful female entrepreneur was based in
the UK? We did. We met up with Nathalie Gaveau, fashion and technology
expert and founder of Shopcade - a
social shopping app and is revolutionizing the way the world shops - to learn
more about the app that won 2014’s ‘Coolest App in Europe.’ Harriet Bowe finds out more.
Women Talking sat
down with über-entrepreneur, Neely Reyes
to talk running a modeling agency, working with some of the most renowned
brands in the world and moving into filmmaking. The London-based businesswoman tells
Harriet Bowe her job isn’t as
exciting as it seems, but we don’t believe her for a minute.