Christina Adane talks to Karina and Sharleen about finding her voice as a young activist for racial and social equity, from her childhood activism to her current position in the London #BLM Movement.
This week we speak with distinguished makeup artist Kate Lee, renowned for her campaigns with the likes of Chanel and for defining the faces of some of the world's most infamous celebrities.
Tune into episode 16 with Faye McLeod for a discussion on the shop window as an under appreciated art space, creative freedom, cultural diversity, and her childhood influences.
Hosts Sharleen Spiteri and Karina Givargisoff got the chance to (virtually) sit down and have a chat with accomplished photographer Mary McCartney about family life and her creative process.
Karina Givargisoff and Sharleen Spiteri chat with Fereshteh Forough the CEO of Code to Inspire about her childhood as an immigrant, how Afghanistan is more than a war zone, and her mission to build Afghanistan 2.0.
In this episode, Karina Givargisoff and Sharleen Spiteri chat with Phillip about growing up watching MTV, the perfect pair of trousers, and the ugly and beautiful sides of the industry.
This episode Karina Givargisoff and Sharleen Spiteri talk to Olga Iserlis about her work as Singapore's go-to event planner, the country's cultural depth and her philanthropic efforts.
Tune into this candid conversation with Nick Wakeman, founder of Studio Nicholson. She talks to us about how she started her brand, her obsession with fabrics and the inspiration she drew from Japanese culture.