@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
In Defence of Artistry by Errol Michael Henry I have been a musician for as long as I can remember. My love of music inspired me to learn everything
“And The Walls Came Tumbling Down…” By Yasmin Jones-Henry What is Fashion For? Sometimes, in order to reform something you need to tear it down. Rip it out of the
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: 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 ethical
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 article, it
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
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