The New Aesthetic by Yasmin Jones-Henry “Only 7% of homes in England offer basic accessibility, let alone combine accessibility with a beautiful living environment” – (Financial Times, 2022) Can we
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.
Fashion: Freedom & Family HEAD Genève 2019 Review Did you know that Geneva is a contemporary arts , fashion and design hub? I didn’t. Coming from my other London-based life
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
Artist Venetia Berry explores what it truly means to make 'ethical' art, and discusses what she thinks Millennials want from the interiors/lifestyle sector.
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
#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
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