3 minutes with: Camille Charriere, writer and broadcaster
BR: How did you end up doing what you do?
I started as a lawyer and quickly realised that practicing the job can be quite dry. I decided to move to London and took a job at a Hedge Fund thinking that would be more exciting - but disliked that even more. That dislike gave me the guts to explore.
BR: What guides you?
I suppose most of it is just gut. And you have to trust your taste.
BR: What's important to you in your area?
I think it’s important to talk about sustainability issues, but when I try to do so I get accused of being part of the fast fashion machine. But if we don’t talk about these issues, even whilst not being perfect, we won’t be able to make changes.
BR: What do you believe to be true?
Good clothes get better with every wear, and I wouldn't encourage people to buy new things every day.
You can find Camille @camillecharriere on Instagram and listen to her podcast 'Fashion No Filter'