Podcast Series

The Beauty of Vanity Now.
A unique podcast series in collaboration with Harvey Nichols

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Episode 7 | 25.04.2018

Dr Yannis

Dr Yannis Alexandrides is an American and British board certified plastic surgeon specialising in cosmetic surgery. A pioneer of scientific thinking, techniques and skincare - launching 111SKIN in 2012. Here he reflects on what drives him, his perceptions of vanity, ageing and views on the future of beauty.

Episode 6 | 16.04.2018

Bella Freud

Observations with designer, filmmaker, entrepreneur and social commentator Bella Freud. Freud defies categorisation or cliche. Here she tells of her creative journey so far and explores the concept of vanity and femininity.

Episode 5 | 09.04.2018

Sølve Sundsbø

Sølve Sundsbø, photographer, Emmy winning filmmaker and creator of some of the world most iconic fashion and beauty imagery has come face to face with vanity in all its forms. Here he peels back the layers of some of his most famous images to reveal the philosophies and vanities behind them.

Episode 4 | 02.04.2018

Sue Nabi

Entrepreneur and innovator in the world of global beauty Sue Nabi has scaled the heights of big brand beauty, including holding the title of President for both Lancôme and L’Oréal Paris. In 2017 she launched vegan skincare line Orveda. Here she reflects on her extraordinary journey and what beauty and vanity means today.

Episode 3 | 26.03.2018

Sam McKnight

The irrepressible and iconic hair artist Sam McKnight talks about the business of creation and creativity and reflects on his conversation on vanity with Lady Amanda Harlech.

Episode 2 | 19.03.2018

Terry Barber

From shop floor beauty boy to Director of Makeup artistry at MAC, Terry Barber observations on digital cultures impact on vanity and his ‘girl' are fascinating insights to the world we live in.

Episode 1 | 12.03.2018

Val Garland

Creator of some of the most famous beauty artistry captured in photography, Val Garland reflects on her life and times and her creative philosophy.