With so much political upheaval and with basic women's rights newly under threat, it was great to be invited to speak at the St John's College, Oxford University Women's Lunch.
Fashion is such a useful means of dissecting what is happening in the world. For example, it is a great way to explore Trump and his policies - how can he possibly reinvigorate US manufacturing when US companies pay Bangladeshi workers $68 a month? Why aren't fashion brands speaking out against his racist policies? Why magazines MUST stop doing photoshoots that denigrate women and people of colour.
At the lunch I was also asked if my hypothetical fashion company would dress Melania Trump, to which I replied: "I'd rather dress the protestors."