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Georgie Hyatt

8 posts  |  Last entry Mar 11, 2019

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Masks: Is privacy a fundamental right or luxury item?

Is privacy a fundamental right or luxury item? Looking back on the A/W 19 Catwalks, the answer seems to be the latter. WGSN trend researcher Georgie Hyatt reports.

Jasper Conran’s easy femininity

WGSN's Georgie Hyatt reflects on Jasper Conran's A/W 19 offering, and the sense of easy femininity he creates with this A/W 19 collection.

Partnership Editions: Affordable, accessible art

Partnership Editions is quickly becoming the go-to platform to buy accessible and affordable art. Increasingly offline, we spoke to founder, Georgia Spray, to find out about how live activations and events are helping her to build both brand and community.

‘Oh Hey Girl’ founders on community-building, and designing for the ‘gram

In two short years, 'Oh Hey Girl' has blossomed from a Depop page into a womenswear brand in its own right, with 220k Insta-fans to suit. WGSN caught up with founders Jade and Symone to talk increasing demand for speed-to-market, and relationship-building with their customer.

Superbalist: The rising star of South African online retail

WGSN caught up with head of brand at Superbalist to find out how South Africa’s coolest online retailer is overcoming barriers to entry in the South African market, putting their customer first and creating communities.

WGSN City by City: 48 hours in Cartagena

In the pursuit of maximalism, where better to draw inspiration from than Cartagena, the Caribbean jewel in Colombia’s crown. WGSN's Georgie Hyatt recommends where to eat, shop, dance and absorb the vibrant culture.

Emma Charles

Emerging designer Emma Charles: Performance art and fashion collide

LFW: 90’s tailoring contrasted with Art Deco elegance to set the powerful tone at Emma Charles’ AW18 presentation party at Shoreditch’s Ace Hotel. Her …

WGSN culture trip: Zeitz Museum Of Contemporary Art Africa

WGSN's Georgie Hyatt made the trip home to South Africa and paid a visit to the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa - here's what she thought.