Paradise Row Curates
East London would be nothing without its creatives, and this is an ethos that lies at the very heart of Paradise Row. They are the people that continually make the area innovative and keep the rest of London (and the rest of the world) on its toes.
Meet the composers, idealists, dreamers, influencers, trouble-makers, artists, movers and shakers that make our thriving artistic community a place to fall in love with again and again.
After working for Mulberry, MatchesFashion.com and Anya Hindmarch, entrepreneur Bethany Rowntree made the decision to start her own online fashion brand: Studio B. In this exclusive interview, she discusses the issues fashion the current face of the industry and how to make it on your own.
As a freelance journalist turned blogger, we rely on Julia Rebaudo and her blog Stylonylon on sharing the latest in East London discoveries. Here, she joins us to talk about her favourite coffee shops in up-and-coming borough, Clapton.
Having written for publications such as AnOther magazine, T magazine and Style.com, it’s difficult to find anyone with their finger more on the pulse than fashion journalist Monica Ainley. Read her style guide to Paradise Row here.
Our Founder + Creative DIrector, Nika Diamond-Krendel tells the story behind the brand that has become near synonymous with East London culture. In this exclusive interview with RLI, she talks sustainable fashion, starting a new business, and her affinity with the London culture.