After graduating from Cambridge University with a degree in English, Peter Howarth worked in the fashion industry for Paul Smith and Nicole Farhi. As a journalist he has been Style Director for British GQ and Editor-in-Chief of both Arena and British Esquire. Peter has written for many publications, including The Guardian, The Observer and L’Uomo Vogue and as a columnist for Men’s Health, The Times and the Financial Times. In 2002 he set up Show Media, a creative agency in London that specialises in content creation, brand consultancy and produces a portfolio of magazines including Brummell, The Quarterly and Man About Town. Peter has just completed his second novel. He lives in London with his wife and 6 sons.
EDITOR OF BRITISH GQ
Dylan Jones is the Editor of British GQ. He studied design and photography at Chelsea School of Art and St. Martins School of Art in London before becoming the Editor of i-D magazine in 1984. He has since been an Editor at the Face, Arena, the Observer and the Sunday Times. Dylan has won the BSME Editor Of The Year award seven times, once for his work on Arena, and six times for GQ. 2012 he had three books published: The Biographical Dictionary of Popular Music; When Ziggy Played Guitar: David Bowie and Four Minutes that Shook the World, and the official book of U2’s 360 Tour.
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF OF MRPORTER.COM
Langmead was the Editor of UK Esquire magazine for three and a half years, re-establishing Esquire as Britain’s most upmarket men’s magazine, growing its number of subscribers and creating a stylish environment for readers and advertisers alike.
Prior to Esquire, Langmead was Editor-in-Chief of Wallpaper* magazine for four and a half years, Life & Style editor of the London Evening Standard, and for six years editor of The Sunday Times Style magazine, which he launched as a glossy supplement in 1996. Langmead lives in London and has two sons with the Sunday Times columnist and author India Knight.
FOUNDER OF SPASHION.COM AND STYLIST
Tony Lewis is the founder of SPASHION - an inspirational design venture bringing together fashion and sports - and one of the UK’s most prominent fashion stylists. With an impressive career to date as both fashion editor and freelance stylist, Tony was most notably the fashion editor for influential UK men’s magazine Esquire.
FASHION EDITOR OF THE TIMES
Laura Craik is the Fashion Editor of The Times. She has a BA (Hons) in English from UCL and an MA (Distinction) in Fashion Journalism from Central St Martins.
She started her career at The Face, where she stayed for 4 years before becoming Fashion Editor of the Guardian at the young age of 28, where she worked for 2 years. She then became the Fashion Editor of The London Evening Standard for 12 years finally moving to the Times in Sept 2011. She is currently married with two little girls and lives in London.
FORMER SCOTLAND RUGBY INTERNATIONAL PLAYER
Thom Evans is a former Scotland Rugby International player. He represented England at U16, U18 & U21 level. He has been a studio analyst for ITV, STV and BBC During his career, he made 10 caps and scored 1 try for his country and played alongside his brother Max for the Scotland & Glasgow Warriors. Unfortunately, he suffered a neck injury against Wales in the Six Nations in February 2010 and consequently was forced to retire on 1st July 2010 after accepting medical advice. Thom is an experienced Brand Ambassador and has worked on various international campaigns. He is also a Model for Select model Management.
DIRECTOR & CO-FOUNDER OF THE SPORTS PR COMPANY
Caroline is respected and well established in sports PR, having been involved in the industry for over fifteen years. Her clients have included some of the biggest names in football. Over eight years Caroline worked closely with Beckham to boost his international profile and help promote his image both in the media and with his sponsors. She also worked with Freddie Ljungberg for five years, again building an outstanding international profile and securing for him the very prestigious Calvin Klein underwear campaign. Current clients include : Didier Drogba, David James, Djibril Cisse, Michael Essien, Petr Cech, Theo Walcott, and the England Footballers Foundation.