These are the explorers, entrepreneurs, scientists, designers and artists who are doing something in their space that hasn’t been done before. In short, the people featured here are our ultimate role models, and their stories serve to ignite us each day.
An ode to the 90s: in collaboration with Partnership Editions, BIAS has given the slip dress a 2020 revamp. We chat with founder Olivia Pope about limited runs, the call of the English countryside and how to style your slip when travelling.
Making second-hand sought after, Fanny Moizant, President and Co-Founder of Vestiaire Collective, asks us to reassess the way we shop and believes that creativity can spring from catastrophe.
Meet the guru of nouveau Scandi-chic, interior designer Beata Heuman. From her Hammersmith studio, she expounded her love for Italy and let us in on the world's best bar along with why colourful, joyful homes are trending.
Transparency, sustainability and inclusivity are the driving principles behind New York-based Deanna Ansara’s clothing label, Vincent
After graduating with a degree in business, Guilherme Vieira taught himself design. Today, his dedication to the craft and careful analysis of the female body yield beautiful results: feminine styles and flattering cuts
If you're planning on getting hitched overseas, you'll be wanting to hear wedding guru and Pronovias CEO Amandine Ohayon's top tips on everything from the location to the dress.
We caught up with expert colourist Josh Wood at his Holland Park salon to talk school haircuts, holiday essentials and synaesthetic tendencies.
Belgian-born artist and designer LRNCE creates one-of-a-kind pieces inspired by the colours and traditions of her new home, Marrakech
Raúl Àvila has masterminded the Met Gala for 13 years and counting. The coveted event planner divulges his favourite New York restaurants, timeless red-carpet looks and what it takes to make a space party-ready.
Anna October's collections inject 60s style with a thoroughly modern twist. Here, the fashion brand's namesake Ukranian designer lets us in on the world's best vintage store as well as her favourite places to stay and play around Kiev.
Ahead of the publication of his new book, cultural omnivore and master of the witty Instagram post, Raven Smith lets us in on his favourite places around London and that time he nearly became a stripper...
Kennedy Odede is the co-founder of Shining Hope for Communities (SHOFCO), a grassroots movement that aims to combat urban poverty and gender inequality in the slums of Nairobi.
At the helm of the "home of the new", CEO Josh Wyatt of collective workspace NeueHouse gave us a schooling in hospitality and innovation, and let us in on his favourite hangouts in LA and New York.
Combining elements of Tanzanian street art with European silhouettes, Lisou's designs reflect creative director Rene Macdonald's multicultural childhood. She lets us in on her West London hangouts and what it means to be a bold dresser.