In Episode Two, Season Three, fashion maverick, Lucinda Chambers joins CF’s Sheena to discuss her life in the fashion industry. From the Vogue and ELLE years, to her more recent ventures as Co-Founder of both Coleville and Collagerie, Lucinda’s illustrious career is one of great colour and texture. Reflecting on lucky breaks and hard-won successes, Lucinda’s philosophy (inherited from her mother) is a simple catch-all: ‘try things out.’ Let us know what you think of the episode by reaching out to us on social media - @citizenfemme
Two Vogue alum started a tech meets fashion ecommerce site after a lightbulb moment + how to secure partnerships, with Collagerie’s Lucinda Chambers & Serena Hood
Female Startup Club
Joining me on today’s episode is Serena Hood and Lucinda Chambers from Collagerie. Collagerie is your shortcut to style, curating the best of fashion, interiors, beauty and lifestyle in a tech meets fashion e-commerce platform. Co-founded by former Vogue editors Lucinda and Serena, the platform celebrates shopping at every price point, bringing you an innovative way to discover things you’ll love. It’s fast becoming the go-to shopping destination we’ve all been craving. In this episode you’ll hear how Lucinda and Serena didn’t set out to launch a business but jumped into it after the lightbulb moment struck, how they approach and secure partnerships with brands and why the power of your network and community is absolutely key in building a business.LINKS WE MENTION Collagerie’s Website Collagerie’s InstagramSerena's InstagramLucinda's InstagramFemale Startup Club's Instagram In partnership with Klaviyo, the best email marketing tool for ecommerce businesses.Collaboration of Papier with CollagerieMovie: Darjeeling Limited by Wes AndersonCollagerie article in ForbesPodcast: History HitJoin Female Startup Club’s Private Facebook Group
1.6 Lucinda Chambers, Fashion Designer and Entrepreneur
The Modern House Podcast
Lucinda Chambers is the ex fashion director of British Vogue, turned fashion designer and entrepreneur. Tune in to hear Chambers reflect on her peripatetic childhood, her career at Vogue and her life-long love of fashion and interiors, as well as her top three living spaces across the world. Find out more at The Modern House site.
S1 - Ep 5 " In Bed With Neil Moodie" with guest Lucinda Chambers
In Bed With Neil Moodie
My guest today is the wonderful Lucinda Chambers. Born and bred in Notting Hill Gate, West London, Lucinda was introduced to fashion very early on by her mother who was very crafty and one of her skills was dressmaking. She started her fashion journey when she decided to make and sell her own earring designs at Camden Market whilst she was at Art college, eventually working her way up the ranks of the top editorial fashion magazines. Lucinda became the fashion Director of British Vogue for 25 years, plus she consulted on the brands Prada and Marni in their early days, introducing both brands onto the worlds fashion map. She left Vogue in 2017 when the editorship changed. She has now set up her own fashion design company called Colville and is about to launch another online venture later this year. We talk about her amazing career to date, some of the fun stories along the way, plus all her exciting new ventures.
Listen to the revered stylist and former fashion director at British Vogue talk about her love of reading, how she landed her job at Vogue House and the creation of her eclectic new label Colville with former Marni designers Kristin Forss and Molly Molloy.
Inside Lucinda Chambers' Next Move | Inside Fashion
The Business of Fashion Podcast
On this week's episode of on Inside Fashion, Lucinda Chambers discusses her 36-year career at British Vogue, the #MeToo movement and what it means to be a stylist today. To sign up to the Daily Digest newsletter click the link here: http://bit.ly/BoFnews For a limited time only we are offering our podcast listeners an exclusive 25% discount on an annual BoF Professional Member. To get 25% off your first year of an annual membership click the link here: http://bit.ly/2KoRRBH, select the annual package and then enter the invitation code PODCASTPRO at checkout. To contact The Business of Fashion with comments, questions, or speaker ideas please e-mail email@example.com. For all sponsorship enquiries, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
On The Sofa With Cara Delevingne and Lucinda Chambers
Mario Testino for Mira Mira
With some friends, you can’t quite pinpoint that distinct first meeting. So it was for Cara and Mario, who attempt to trace back the origins of their mischievous partnership. Together with Vogue’s iconic fashion director Lucinda Chambers, they discuss the moment when Mario met the 18-year old Cara and why a day with her doesn’t count as work. For your ears only.