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An honest and inspiring discussion at the Fold’s Chelsea store. Sarah Curran MBE (founder of My-Wardrobe) and Whitney Bromberg Hawkings (founder of FlowerBX), chat to presenter Gaby Roslin around the ‘in store’ bar. Listen in as they discuss a everything from being afraid to nurturing future founders…
Kara Goodley is one half of fashion and lifestyle agency Goodley Bullen PR. She has been working with Royal Ascot for the past six years, helping to define and modernise the revered dress code. Few are as well versed in hats, hemlines and social etiquette; here she shares her tips on dressing for the summer social season.
We worked with an all-female design team, Kinnersley Kent Design, for our Chelsea store. In line with The Fold’s ethos they sought to source bespoke materials and art from female designers. Here they explain what led them to designer Stephanie Tudor. ‘We sought to champion British female designers and artists…’
It’s a quandary that generations of working women have grappled with. The eternal search for clothes that allow us to enhance our workwear so that we can feel appropriate during the day, and on point for what the evening has in store. In my opinion, the answer lies in a little personal fashion…
Polly McMaster, The Fold Founder, is looking for
new Fold Women to feature as part of our community of diverse and inspiring Fold Women.
Champion yours or your friend’s empowering story by applying to be our next Fold Woman…
The Fold’s ‘Workwear Matters’ report investigates the impact workwear has on your career.
With this in mind we invited image and brand consultant Isabel Spearman and business journalist Kate Bassett to our Chelsea store to delve into the reasons why workwear matters and how to ‘get it right’.
Polly McMaster is the founder and CEO of The Fold. A successful business woman, whose love of fashion was the inspiration to create a chic brand for professional women.
‘The Fold is about understanding the professional woman’s needs and creating a stylish wardrobe for her’
Smart Works helps unemployed women prepare for job interviews, providing them with business clothes to boost their confidence and giving them the interview skills and advice they need to feel work-ready. More than 50% of Smart Works clients secure a job within a month of their visit to the charity…
Sarah Curran’s career has taken her from sub-editing The Times online, to building renowned e-tailer My-Wardrobe.com, to being awarded an MBE for her services to British fashion, to launching Very Exclusive. Now a non-executive director at French Connection, she tells us about starting up, setbacks and why self-belief trumps good grades.
Niamh was in investment banking for 11 years – working for global multinational Morgan Stanley, before making the move to an entrepreneurial environment. We met to talk about career progression, the 30% Club and her tips for finding your personal style (when 6 months pregnant) at the office.
A candid conversation between two of our incredible Fold Women, Jane Marriott O.B.E. (Director, Joint International Counter Terrorism Unit) and Amelia Torode (Media Guru and Former Chief of Strategy Officer, TBWALondon). Listen in, as they discuss their incredible journeys and share insightful, actionable advice.
Our in-house studio design unique, coveted pieces you won’t find anywhere else. With a selection of exquisite cuts and premium fabrics there’s plenty of styles to choose from. Don’t just take our word for it…
‘For women who take their clothes as seriously as their jobs’ The Times
The Step Up Club founders, Alice and Phanella, sit down to talk about why they launched a career book for women. The challenges they’ve faced along the way, the advice they have for women on networking, the importance of self-care, how to overcome imposter syndrome and the fear of failure.
Shopping with The Fold is a personal experience. One-to-one styling sessions and alterations are available at our Chelsea store, and for those outside of London we are available through online chat, email or phone.
There is nothing easy about having a baby, and that includes getting dressed for work once your maternity leave is over. On the nitty gritty issue of what looks flattering – and crucially, feels good – dresses are a fantastic, and forgiving place to start.