Posts in Woman in Progress
Woman in Progress: Kim Palmer, creator of Clementine App

Our Woman in Progress this week is Kim Palmer, the creator of an app called Clementine. Clementine isn't "a spiritual, hippie app – it’s clever, sharp and aesthetically on-point. It’s for the modern woman to help balance, "to sleep better, feel calmer and be your best self." Something we could certainly do with, having been slightly less calm in recent weeks and not slept properly since 2011... In January this year, The Guardian included Clementine in their article ‘The Seven Apps every woman should own’. With a busy work and home life we are so grateful to Kim for kindly answering our questions and sharing her story with us.

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Woman in Progress: Alexandra Wood, Savile Row Tailor

Our Woman in Progress today is Alexandra Wood, one of the first female tailors on Saville Row.  Alexandra works from Saville Row and showrooms in Shoreditch and Bishop's Stortford and also has an online shop featuring her ready-to-wear collection.  Her beautiful work has been featured on celebrity clients and in magazines such as GQ.  She is well known for her style advice for the discerning suit wearer but today has a different, but no less special, advice for you here.  Thank you Alex for taking time to answer our questions. 

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Woman in Progress: Gabi Cox, founder of Chroma Stationery

Our next woman in progress is Gabi from Chroma Stationery.  We are always excited to champion young female businesswomen and so, given our ongoing stationery obsession, this week we're extra excited.  Gabi produces and collates vibrant, bright and happiness inducing products for her customers in the ever popular stationery market.  She's collaborated with another of our women in progress and is active in the Bristol community of inspiring women and entrepreneurs.  We are glad to have Gabi and to share her story and advice with you.  

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Woman in Progress: Sam Burgess, founder of Social Mouth

This week we have social media consultant Sam Burgess of Social Mouth.  In a nutshell she helps "small creative brand owners find their voice online."  We love that she is her own product - her clients get her honest and expert advice straight from Sam herself, no gimmicks.  Sam's own journey to Social Mouth wasn't entirely without unexpected events, find out more in her interview below.  Thank you Sam for being our Woman in Progress, we're so excited to have you! 

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Woman in Progress: Agi Lebiedz, Hush Pictures

We have a bit of a thing for photographers and today we have the pleasure of interviewing Agi from Hush Pictures.  She has an eye for highlighting the beautiful in the everyday and manages to capture those moments to be treasured forever.  We are excited to talk to her about how she came to do what she loves and her advice for other women who, like her, are living a little differently to their original plans.  Thank you Agi for sharing your story.  Do take a look at her website, her photos are lovely! 

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Woman in Progress: Deepa Mistry of Mela Jewellery

Deepa Mistry is our Woman in Progress this week.  We've been keeping our eye Mela Jewellery for a while and have mentioned Deepa's gorgeous pieces on the gift guide and mood board.  She manages a job, a business and a blog and has kindly taken time from juggling her busy schedule to tell us about herself and answer our questions.  Thank you Deepa! 

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Woman in Progress: Jo Smith & Chloe Webb of Smith Webb

Continuing our series of posts from brilliant Women in Progress, today we introduce the duo of women behind the amazing brand Smith Webb: Jo Smith and Chloe Webb.  We have been fans for a while so feel extra lucky to feature them.  If you don't know about them, we urge you to take a look!  Thank you both for taking time to give us an insight into you, your brand and campaign.  

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Woman in Progress: Olivia Tripp of Weekend:IN

We're happy today to introduce our Woman in Progress Olivia Tripp, owner of Bristol-based business Weekend:IN.  Olivia started her business to help other independent businesses grow their audience through social media, influencer marketing and event organisation - stuff we need to be more familiar with ourselves.  She's been kind enough to get in touch with us and answer our questions giving us an insight into being a young Woman in Progress - thank you Olivia! 

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Woman in Progress: Sara Delaney from Notes from a Stylist

We're so excited for this week's Woman in Progress, Sara Delaney.  Sara is a fashion stylist and blogger who first came onto our radar when we did an Instagram course together (not that Sara needed it!).  Since then her blog, Notes from a Stylist, has become a bit of an addiction for us - not always feeling the most fashionable ourselves, style is something that we can at least aspire to.  Sara's blog is gorgeously written, accessible and full of style tips and advice, as well as food, travel and tips for those with kids and teens.  Thank you Sara for answering our questions!  

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Woman in Progress: Caroline Arthur, bridal design

With a Royal marriage later this year we thought we'd get in early and interview a bridal designer.  Our latest Woman in Progress is Caroline Arthur, couture designer, who launched a successful business by teaming her creative talents and eye for the beautiful with what many women anticipate as the best day of their lives.  If I had a wedding to plan Caroline would be on my list of people to meet!  Thank you for taking time to answer our questions and for the insight into your life.  Photo: Gabriella Norton

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Woman in Progress: Sidonie Warren from Papersmiths and Two Palms

At the latest count, I think I owned approximately 493 notebooks, with which I will, I'm sure, construct my plans to eventually conquer the world.  My stationery habit has been mentioned before, and it's given free reign to go crazy in the business of this week's Woman in Progress, Sidonie Warren.  Sidonie founded Papersmiths, home of beautiful stationery, in 2012.  We've been huge fans of Papersmiths for a while, and are thrilled that not only has Sidonie agreed to be our Woman in Progress, but also that she's now launching a new business, Two Palms, selling homewares and 'goods for the soul'.  I feel some spending coming on...

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Woman in Progress: Laetitia Maklouf

Our final Woman in Progress of 2017 is the wonderful Laetitia Maklouf.  Laetitia's funny and informative Instagram feed (a nearly impossible combo to get right) is where we first 'met' and we've been hooked ever since.  Whether you're a keen gardener or just starting out, her newsletter is one of our favourite emails of the week and a real motivation to achieve a bit of gardening every week.  Sign up to it here.  

We're thrilled that Laetitia's taken the time to answer our questions.

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Woman in Progress: Stacey O'Gorman

Stacey O'Gorman, co-founder of Meringue Girls, food stylist, recipe writer, author and now yoga teacher, has kindly taken time out from from her adventures to tell us her story in her own words and, of course, answer our questions.  "Be grateful for everything you have and take time to reflect on your achievements.  Above all, be playful and don’t ever take life too seriously!" 

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Woman in Progress: Laura Eperjesi from Laura Eperjesi photography

This week's Woman in Progress is award winning portrait photographer, Laura Eperjesi.  Laura creates timeless images which document family lives, and from experience we know that her photographs and bespoke books are ones to cherish - some of my favourite pictures of my children were taken by her.   Laura found her soulmate at 19 and married him, 33 years ago, and they share three beautiful daughters.  They've also had the chance to live and work in France, Guadeloupe, Jamaica and Hungary whilst bringing up their family, and are now based in The Cotswolds and London.   Thanks so much to Laura for taking the time to answer our questions.

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Woman in Progress: Molly Aldridge, M&C Saatchi PR

Our next Woman in Progress is Molly Aldridge, mum to two gorgeous young boys and global CEO of M&C Saatchi PR.  Before joining M&C Saatchi, she set up her own PR firm, SLAM, which she grew from a team of four to over a hundred (whilst having a newborn - we're exhuacasted just writing this).  She combines this with being huge fun and one of the reasons we miss London so much.  

We've also completely abused her inability to say no (see below) by asking her to answer our questions.  Thanks Molly!

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Woman in Progress: Laura Lea from Laura Lea Design

Our latest Woman in Progress is Laura Lea from Laura Lea Design.  Laura founded her Leytonstone boutique three years ago, and in that time her business has gone from strength to strength.  Laura's shop stocks fantastic artists and designers whose work can't be found on the high street (it's a must-go place for great gifts) and Laura also organises pop-up exhibitions around London to expose the artists and designers she represents to new audiences.   We're delighted she's taken the time to answer our questions.

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Woman in Progress: Tabitha Mackness, creator of Lil' Cubs

Our latest Woman in Progress is Tabitha Mackness, owner of Lil' Cubs, wife and mother to two boisterous boys.  Tabitha started Lil’ Cubs in 2015 creating gender neutral fabrics for must have childrenswear (bibs, muslins, zipper baby grows, leggings etc).  Her designs are modelled across the country and by lil' cubs belonging to trendy celebrity types too.  Branching out into illustrated prints and badge pins for grown ups, Lil 'Cubs Tabitha continues to grow her brand .  She's taken time from her hectic schedule to answer our questions - thank you. 

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Woman in Progress: Lucy Elliott from Creighton's Chocolaterie

Our latest Woman in Progress is Lucy Elliott, Creative Director of the brilliant Creighton's Chocolaterie.  With a chocolate shop in Leighton Buzzard, and stockists ranging from Liberty, Fenwicks (and many others), Lucy and her mother, Andrea, create award-winning, delicious chocolate that also has a sense of humour. 

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Woman in Progress: Rachael Marsh, Ickle Pickles charity

Our next Woman in Progress, Rachael Marsh, is the co-founder of the Ickle Pickle charity which raises funds to support sick and premature babies by purchasing vital life saving equipment for neonatal units around the country.

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