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.
Both cynical and optimistic, this is an engaging and thought-provoking discussion between two generations; Fisher Stevens and Ethan Novek about the fighting spirit required to solve climate change.
Dylan’s career began at I-D Magazine in 1983, following other notable positions at Arena,The Face,The Observer Magazine and The Sunday Times.
Lauren is mission-driven, ambitious, and focused on doing good in all her endeavors. She talks to us about the inception of FEED, her travels to Africa as a student, the power of community, and the FEED Supper program.