I just wanted to let you know that I will be one of the studio guests on Woman’s Hour on BBC Radio 4 between 10 & 11am  (GMT) next Monday to talk all things London Fashion Week. I am rather excited: Radio 4 (the UK equivalent of NPR), is the soundtrack to my life. I have the radio in my kitchen tuned in permanently (well, when I’m not being unfaithful with Lauren Laverne over on BBC 6 Music in the mornings), as well as having it on in the car. So doing Woman’s Hour is a particular thrill.

I also did a pre-record interview this afternoon for Radio 4’s early morning news briefing on , yup, London Fashion Week, which will run at 0530GMT Friday morning – if it doesn’t get cut to make way for hard news in the mean time.

And in print, I am enormously grateful to Barbara Walshe of Coutts Woman, who interviewed me before Christmas as part of a strand on how the internet is changing the fashion industry. She profiled the blog and my business in a feature, which is now running in the February issue of CW. It’s one of those lovely pieces that sounds as though I or my agent wrote it, but I promise we didn’t! Here’s the link.

I also gave a quick interview to Reuters first thing this morning, about London Fashion Week which was syndicated all over the world, which is always pleasing.  I name checked designers Fyodor Golan, whose show is part of day one of LFW tomorrow. Link here.

And the always splendid Henry Conway put together his favourite websites for The Good Website Guide…

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Toi toi toi for Woman’s Hour! I’ve done it a couple of ties (more egghead stuff than LFW) and it’s always a thrill to be part of a programme I enjoy so much as a listener. Although I’ve never met Jenni Murray (one of my heroines) — I’ve always been in some black sound proof box at another studio. So lucky you! Have fun.

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Congrats on the fab article in Coutts woman….well pleased for you!!

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I caught this by accident! Was driving to Hastings of all places (don’t ask) and passively listening to BBC4 when I heard someone ask Sasha a fashion question and then your familiar voice reply in return. So thanks for the company to Hastings! Otherwise a fairly uneventful trip.

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