New Podcast Up – Why Ethical Fashion Matters


Samata’s first podcast interview live with Nanou Couture

Take a look at Samata’s first podcast here, interviewing sustainable designers Nanou Couture.


Women For Women International Car Boot Sale 2017


Photo credit: Cristina Rossi Photography.

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Samata’s ITV News AT Ten Interview

In April British Vogue appointed its first male editor in its 100-year history; Edward Enninful will take over the reigns of the fashion bible from current editor Alexandra Shulman on August 1 as Editor In Chief of VOGUE Magazine. Samata was invited to pass comment on Edward’s appointment for ITV News at 10.

The full unedited video can be viewed by clicking below and the ITV News At Ten piece, which went live, is displayed above – enjoy!



Samata hosted an intimate evening with THE TRIBE this week, a space for women to come together and celebrate who we already are; the evening featured a panel discussion with Charlene White (ITV News At Ten) and Danielle Fox (Net A Porter/Porter Magazine).

To find out more about what THE TRIBE does – empowering women and discussing how we can support/encourage each other more, and celebrate ourselves on a regular basis – and to get your daily dose of positivity, follow @The___Tribe on Instagram or visit our website.

AWE Inspired Community Interview

AWE: Alive We’re Empowered is a fine jewellery company that honours and celebrates the triumphs of individuals. The distinctive AWE medallion, developed by Founder and Creative Director Jill Johnson, is both an expression of her personal journey as a three-time cancer survivor, as well as a universal symbol of strength, hope, and resilience. The four droplets forming the centre of the medallion represent the elements of survival: blood, sweat, and tears. Samata was interviewed to be part of their online community, take a look at her interview by clicking image below.


AWE’s goal is to connect survivors through a single hashtag, as well as a single, stylish motif: The AWE medallion. Its four teardrops represent the blood, sweat, and tears (of sorrow and joy) that define each survivor’s journey:

Blood to remind us we’re alive and empowered
Sweat for the determination exerted
Tears of sorrow for the dark times overcome
Tears of joy in celebration of triumph


So She Slays is a lifestyle blog that gives a voice to a generation of women who are down to earth and creative girl bosses. The online community provides a place where women feel comfortable to talk about issues that are a part of their daily lives and are empowered to have and share their voice.


Read Samata’s interview here.