We Should All Be Activists by Yasmin Jones-Henry The most beautiful thing about humanity – the most powerful thing about the human race is our ability to create. The power
If something is flawed or broken – it can be redrawn or reconfigured, or repurposed or recycled into something new. We have the power to reorder our universe. At least that’s what my Father taught me, and I believe him. The problem is society has downgraded creativity as an extra – superfluous skill – as opposed to the bedrock of human survival.
Veronica Chou is not your average entrepreneur. This is not your average start up. With her new collection made out of recycled food waste and regenerative materials... naturally I had one or two questions...
Paradise Row x Venetia Berry The Hourglass Collection ‘I hope people take away from this collection (both men and women) a better understanding of the pressures women feel from society
WorkinFashion.me Presents: Thread Tales By Yasmin Jones-Henry The Context A reluctant presentation delivered during second year of my Classics degree on the topic of classical reception, the female gaze and
In Conversation with Simone Rocha & Sarah Mower MBE By Yasmin Jones-Henry As a millennial (lord knows I loathe starting sentences this way…) I grew up during the 2000’s where
“The consumer has the power to fire every single one of you: From the CEO to the staff on the shop floor” Megan Higgins, PWC Luxury Analytics Specialist (2019) We
The Millennial’s Guide To The Working Wardrobe (series) By Yasmin Jones-Henry Introduction While working in internal recruitment I can recall making a very difficult phone call to a candidate explaining
The Sound Principle: Errol Michael Henry in Conversation By Yasmin Jones-Henry The Artist & The Entrepreneur YJH: 2019 marks the 30th anniversary of Intimate Records. What was your vision when
Functionality vs The Aesthetic: The Evolution “L’architecture est le grand livre de l’humanité , l’expression principale de l’hommé à ses divers états de dévelopment, soit comme force, soit comme intelligence.”
A Sustainable Revolution By Yasmin Jones-Henry April 22nd-28th sees the annual #WhoMadeMyClothes campaign spearheaded by Fashion Revolution, a non profit organisation founded in response to the Rana Plaza disaster of
#WorkinFashion Presents: Sarah Mower MBE by Yasmin Jones-Henry YJH: What made you choose a career in journalism? SM: It’s funny – fashion journalism just became what I was able
Brave New Worlds: The Changing Landscape of Fashion By Yasmin Jones-Henry In November 2016, when I published my first ever article “Functionality vs The Aesthetic” on @Workinfashion.me, I had
#ThePowerOfOne: Pure London AW19 by Yasmin Jones-Henry There was an air of seriousness that hung over the stalls at the Sunday installment of the Pure London 2019AW show at Kensington
In Defence of Millennials By Yasmin Jones-Henry Listen up Baby Boomers: Millennials care about lifestyle. We care about interiors. We care about design. We love the aesthetic too.
The Sustainable Angle by Yasmin Jones-Henry Fashion has a future. After the fire and brimstone that 2018 unleashed with heightened levels of press scrutiny into the modern day slavery, pollution
Art Lovers & Art Collectors: The Next Generation by Kitty Dinshaw As the world changes, so too must the art-world. Galleries can no longer rely on being exclusive
@WorkinFashion.me Presents: Emma Willis MBE By Yasmin Jones-Henry What is Fashion For? In the first ever article on @WorkinFashion.me Functionality vs The Aesthetic (Nov 2016) I asked this very question.
If It’s Not Ethical: It’s Not Fashion By Yasmin Jones-Henry Words matter. What we choose to say, the phrases we apply to communicate our intentions are critical elements to the
Natalie Massenet: Creating a Legacy By Yasmin Jones-Henry In Platforms and Protégés, I noted the need for philanthropy to move out of the realm of celebrity donations – and into
Work In Fashion Presents: Héritier Frères By Yasmin Jones-Henry Héritier Frères: A brief history I met with the founder Sophie Goldsztejn at Pure London in Kensington earlier this month. Walking
You want to win at life? All confidence is borne out of hope. Faith is borne out of hope. Imagination is the brainchild of hope. Hope makes everything possible.
WorkinFashion Presents: Atelier Molinari by Yasmin Jones-Henry The Age of The Artisan is upon us. Not only in fashion, but in many other sectors across international business, recent world
WorkInFashion Presents: Pinatex® By Yasmin Jones-Henry I was asked the other day, why I write about ethical fashion. The answer was obvious, but only to those who understand what
Platforms and Protégés By Yasmin Jones-Henry “Encouragement is a powerful thing, you never know what others will create with it.” By the time I have finished writing this
Work In Fashion Presents…Action Aid: The ‘Survivors’ Runway’ by Yasmin Jones-Henry The Stats 70 million girls worldwide are estimated to have been married before the age of 18, many of
Work In Fashion Presents… The Converted Closet by Yasmin Jones-Henry Fast Fashion, fast food, fast life… with one click of a button we can acquire a brand new look
Work In Fashion Presents: Taikka By Yasmin Jones-Henry Note to self: When Courtney Fingar texts you on a Friday night and asks if you “fancy going to a Russian’s
Work In Fashion Presents: Elliot Rhodes By Yasmin Jones-Henry ‘The right to self determination is a fundamental human right’. I have said this so many times on WorkInFashion.me that I
When The World Is Not Enough By Yasmin Jones-Henry As I write this, there is a syringe filled with ‘Hyaluronic Acid’ amongst a plethora of other chemicals too long to
Dressing The Part For Every Situation By Amanda Shipley Situational dressing. It’s become my calling card. It’s what I do. It’s what I love. And it’s what inspires others or
In The Name of Industry: “Made in Britain” By Yasmin Jones-Henry We are on the cusp of a revolution folks. Call me patriotic but there are so many reasons to
Functionality vs The Aesthetic: A.k.a ‘Style Over Function’ By Yasmin Jones-Henry What is Fashion For? On a crisp Spring afternoon, I made the executive decision to walk from Green Park