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From Caravan To Catwalk: Fashion Designer Amy Powney On Making It Against All Odds

Amy Powney is the powerhouse creative director behind London based independent label Mother of Pearl  which has just presented yet another critically acclaimed Fashion Week show. When you think of fashion designers, it’s almost impossible to ignore the visions of gilded lifestyles and Zoolander-esque theatrics, but Amy is so resolutely grounded and humble it can be hard…
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Emily Cronin on the Joys & Challenges of Raising Twins While Working in Fashion

Motherhood is by far the biggest challenge that women have contacted me to cover since I launched WorkWorkWork—but rather than confronting the emotional, physical and professional shifts that come with kids, Emily Cronin, mother of three-year-old twins and fashion features editor for The Telegraph magazines, suggested I approach it from a logistical…
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Pandora Sykes On Fitting It All In With Time For Telly

Pandora Sykes is a polymath in the truest sense. Employing her incisive eye and voice across the cultural Zeitgeist, her various platforms include a day job as Fashion Features Editor at Sunday Times Style, a wildly successful personal blog, brand consulting, a bourgeoning podcast and a broad array of meaningful freelance…
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Lindsey Holland On Living Two Lives

Lindsey Holland is a former professional dancer who now splits her career between the disparate worlds of fashion blogging and working on a NHS elderly ward. Here she describes the challenges she’s encountered trying to balance her two realities and why she’d never fully give up the day job. The…
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