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My guest on Episode 5 of “In Bed with Neil Moodie” is former Vogue Fashion Director turned Designer, Fashion Stylist and all round entrepreneur.
Born and bred in Notting Hill Gate, West London, Lucinda was introduced to fashion very early on by her mother who was very crafty and one of her skills was dressmaking.
She began studying art at Hornsey college in London, but started her fashion journey when she decided to make and sell her own earring designs at Camden Market, eventually working her way up the ranks of the top editorial fashion magazines.
Lucinda became the fashion Director of British Vogue for 25 years, plus she consulted on the brands Prada and Marni in their early days, introducing both brands onto the worlds fashion map, eventually leaving Vogue in 2017 when the editorship changed.
She has now set up her own fashion design company called Colville and is also about to launch another online venture later this year.
I met Lucinda in her West London home where she’s resided for over 30 years We talk about her amazing career to date and some of the fun stories along the way, how she’s navigated her way through the fashion industry to now running a business after being employed for so many years and also what’s around the corner for this amazing fashion entrepreneur.
25th March 2019
THIS, THE 3rd EPISODE OF MY 3 LAUNCH EPISODES IS WITH THE AMAZINGLY TALENTED, FUNNY AND FABULOUS MAKE UP ARTIST VAL GARLAND.
‘Marvellous’ Val talks about her young life growing up in Bristol, moving to Australia and opening a hair salon, then moving back to London 25 years ago to become a make-up artist, She talks about the rest of her fabulous career to date including publishing her book “Validated - The Make up Of Val Garland” and starring as a judge on the BBCTV show Glow Up. Let’s find out what makes this entrepreneur think outside the box! “DING DONG”
25th March 2019
THIS VERY FIRST LAUNCH EPISODE OF MY 3 LAUNCH EPISODES IS WITH MY GREAT FRIEND AND AMAZING MAKE-UP ARTIST WENDY ROWE.
Born in Essex, UK, Wendy talks to me about her aspirations as a young girl, dreaming of living and working in London, how she navigated her way through many jobs before settling for ‘make-up artist” as a career, how she moved to Paris and New York to further her career, and eventually went on to launch her own cold press juice, publish her own book, Eat Beautiful, become the creative consultant for Burberry Beauty and go on to consult for other brands.