Clare Press is a podcaster, sustainable fashion expert, author and presenter. Her Wardrobe Crisis podcast launched in July 2017 and is now in its 8th series. She also co-hosts the Ethical Fashion podcast with Simone Cipriani. As a journalist, her writing has appeared in The Guardian, The Times (UK) and Business of Fashion. She has worked for Marie Claire and Harper’s Bazaar, and more recently pioneered the role of sustainability editor at Australian Vogue. She is a member of Copenhagen Fashion Week's Sustainability Advisory Board, and is part of Fashion Roundtable in the UK. She is currently writing her fourth book.
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