Cute, cool and carefree, Elle Fanning is living a teenage dream. She talks puff-ball dresses and fancy cheese with Indigo Clarke.
Anna Sui may be known for her psychedelic-bohemian style, but she's a punk rock lover. Interview by Indigo Clarke.
Her deadpan brilliance has stolen the show in Parks and Recreation, Scott Pilgrim Vs the World and Safety Not Guaranteed, Aubrey Plaza talks Judy Garland, Bill Murray and wanting to play a bad-ass witch with Indigo Clarke.
Eclectic and earthy, French label Sessun draws on designer Emma Francois' interest in arts and crafts and anthropology. From her home in Marseilles, Emma Francois tells us of Bohemian childhood memories, lisetning to folk music and being inspired by South America. Indigo Clarke
Christopher Kane on being a TV junkie as a child, loving Versace and hanging out with the ladies, interview by Indigo Clarke.
Reigning queen of knitwear, Sonia Rykiel, has made a long and successful career out of doing things her way. Interview by Indigo Clarke
Growing up immersed in the world of fashion – her mother a celebrated Danish model, and her father the founder of French fashion house Emmanuelle Khan – it’s little wonder that Vanessa Bruno followed in both her parents footsteps, starting out in modeling before creating her own brand. Here the iconic designer talks 'urban poetry' and flesh and blood goddesses with Indigo Clarke.
Sartorial thrill-seekers Edward Meadham and Benjamin Kirchhoff are the perfect antidote to fashion's current austere and minimal mood - the wonderfully eccentric East London duo talk Courtney Love, having groupies and being the 'village freaks' with Indigo Clarke.
Heartbreakingly endearing and downright kooky, the ladies of ‘Grey Gardens’ continue to cause a stir more than thirty years after they debuted on screen.
We heart Luella Bartley! A punk princess dream-come-true. Interview by Indigo Clarke
Zoe Cassavetes creates films with warmth and honesty that stay with you long after you've experienced them. The wonderful filmmaker fills us in on life in Paris, finding love and hanging with her best mate Sophia Coppola. Interview by Indigo Clarke.
A rebel with lace and tulle, Erdem Moralioglu's designs are thoughtful and feminine but draw the line at 'girly'. The ever-charming Erdem tells LULA about his idyllic childhood in Montreal, wearing head-gear and listening to Depeche Mode as a teen.
Master designer Antonio Marras reflects on the importance of his Sardinian background, and its enduring influence on his practice with LULA.
The truly inspiring former prima-ballerina, now Artistic Director of the National Ballet of Canada, remembers her first solo and eating Ice-cream, taking on the lead in Swan Lake at 19 and the fleeting nature of success with LULA.
Otherworldly and irreverent label Creatures of the Wind have us captivated. Designers Shane Gabier and Christopher Peters reflect on their childhoods, inspirations and favourite music with Indigo Clarke.
LULA gets personal with Jonny Johansson, the creative mastermind behind ACNE’s comprehensive identity, and talks teen-rocker dreams, Warhol pop and the last days of punk.
Zac Posen talks ease and play, unearthly form and inimitable style with Indigo Clarke.