Roksanda Illincic on building her brand, bold colours and why her daughter always knows best
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The award-winning London Fashion Week designer takes Senior Fashion Editor, Emily Cronin behind the scenes at her East London studio to talk about fifteen years of her eponymous fashion label. She reveals how her Serbian roots inspire her use of bold colours, how architecture informs her creative decision-making and why she has started listening to her nine-year-old when it comes to fashion. Plus, having dressed everyone from Michelle Obama to the Duchess of Sussex, the designer tells us who she was most proud to see in one of her designs. Have a fashion question of your own? Or thoughts on what we should be covering on the podcast? Email [email protected] or leave us a voicemail on 07867 162 170. Get 30 days' free access to The Telegraph’s brilliant fashion news and commentary:
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