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Your Girls Are Seniors: The Perfectly Imperfect and Overpriced Stationary

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Mrs Carter has some news for you! She is about to embark on an epic new chapter as a Senior Lecturer in Fashion Marketing at University of Northampton. Join us for our celebrations and a good old chat with Tilly Young, a PLT student ambassador that tells us about her amazing role, how the brand is utilising micro influence and it's new second hand app! 

This weeks in the know talks all things Christmas, cost of living, designer stationary and praise for brands that are designing niche collections for menopause and individuals with Breast cancer. Big kudos from the Fashademix!


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Sophie Hillier is a Senior Lecturer in Marketing specialising in Fashion and Public Relations as well as an assistant course director in Business Management and Marketing. She has previously taught on the fashion business and promotions course for 7 years after running her own PR agency in London. Sophie is currently studying for her PHD researching crisis management in fashion retail.

Laura Carter, now a Senior Lecturer in Fashion Marketing, has previously taught on the same Fashion Business course for the past 4 years with previous experience running large scale customer facing campaigns in the retail sector with editorial and advertorial work featured in Elle, Grazia, Vogue and so on. Laura's future focus is on ethical marketing and sustainability.

Both Sophie and Laura have a wide breadth of industry experience as well as the research and contacts that give them their edge of expertise. Commentary from both of them has been captured on ITV news, I newspaper, Birmingham Mail, Drapers. Retail Gazette and local and national radio stations.


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