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Catch up on the most up-to-date Drapers Connects webinar, which celebrates fashion’s feminine trailblazers doing work across digital, ecommerce and tech as section of International Women’s Day (eight March). Read through the full Drapers function in this article.
Supported by the Office for International Trade (DIT), we talk about the experiences and problems they have confronted in their professions, and the paths they have taken as brokers of alter in the trend, tech and digital industries.
Leaders within progressive British isles-primarily based trend firms, this inspiring panel of gals also share insights and assistance, consider us inside of their agenda-setting, feminine-led companies and talk about how they are re-imagining their firms for the digital age.
Lucy Yeomans, founder, Drest
Previously the editor-in-main of Net-a-Porter, Porter journal and Harper’s Bazaar, Lucy Yeomans created and started progressive interactive luxurious styling match Drest in 2019, bringing the strategy of digital apparel to the mainstream, while merging the worlds of gaming and ecommerce.
Nana Fifield, VP of Engineering, Depop
With virtually thirty years of application and management expertise, Nana Fifield joined groundbreaking pre-liked trend resale app Depop at the end of 2020, and qualified prospects the application engineering crew at the quick paced digital market.
Sojin Lee, founder, Toshi
Sojin Lee started digital purchasing and customer company system Toshi in 2017. It provides standard instore services these as alterations, styling assistance and ‘try right before you buy’ to shoppers’ residences, doing work with the likes of Chanel, Christian Louboutin and Erdem. Lee was a founding member of Net-a-Porter and has worked at Bottega Veneta and Chanel.
Laura Faulkner OBE, British isles Commissioner Standard & Director, Expo 2020 Dubai, Office for International Trade (DIT)
As the former director of the DIT’s Customer & Retail division Laura created the global E-Exporting Programme, an initiative made to aid British firms which include trend brand names to export via e-commerce and other digital channels. Laura is now the driving force at the rear of the UK’s participation in the world’s most significant functions which include her purpose as British isles Commissioner Standard for World Expo in Dubai.
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