Lunch with Christopher Bailey: weekend read

What is it like to have lunch with the politest man in the fashion industry? Vanessa Friedman from the Financial Times sat down with Burberry Chief Creative Officer Christopher Bailey and asked him about his approach to fashion, whether he’d like to design a mobile phone, and his thoughts about brand exclusivity.

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“Why should we be exclusive? And you never know, anyway. These days a kid in a hoodie walks into a store and, for all you know, he’s a billionaire.”

Read the full story at The FT.

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