Women Talking caught up
with UK-based Congolese fashion designer Tina
Lobondi, after her official launch event of the social enterprise #ESIMBI. She tels us about life, career and the personal rewards that all her hard work has delivered.
Now a grandmother herself, Jo Wheatley’s love of baking began at
her own grandmother’s elbow, watching Nan in the kitchen and copying her craft
with pastry off-cuts. Poppy Watt
spent some time with the great baker herself to find out more about what she
has been up to since first winning The
Great British Bakeoff in 2011.
Engie Hassan has styled and personally shopped for royalty and celebrities including
Princess Ameerah Al Taweel, Miranda Kerr and Lady Gaga, as well as host of
editors and models during key dates in the fashion calendar. Engie spoke to George R Vaughan about the challenges
associated with her industry as well as the dos and don’ts when attending a
British designer Alice
Horlick is the creative director of women’s accessories brand, AEVHA London. George R Vaughan caught up with fashion’s latest trendsetter at The Walrus Room, a Victorian themed bar
in Battersea, which she imagined herself.
JACKAMAN is the new project
of rock and soul singer Lynne Jackaman.
George R Vaughan caught up with this
inspired artist ahead of her latest gig at the Camden Barfly to discover more about her latest career move and found out a few
surprises along the way.
Efthimiadou decided to return to Greece and finish the work her late father
Euripides had begun, she set up Eliris, an organic olive oil brand she hoped would reflect the
unique flavour and personality of its origins. George R Vaughan caught up with her to find out a little more
about, life, olive oil and her philosophy of management with “meraki”.
When you have set out a strategy in
life, it’s often hard to break from the norm and adjust to a changing world. Emily Pollard caught up with Elizabeth Brown, founder of Bird Flight Films to talk about the
importance of a fresh approach in an ever-evolving market.