Zoey Goto | Journalist & Feature Writer

Foodism magazine have included my travel feature on Memphis in their launch issue, out this week. The magazine is being handed out with the Evening Standard newspaper and at major tube stations throughout London. My article looks at the current revival of barbecue cooking and explores the best places to eat and stay in Memphis, Tennessee. It also includes my surreal meeting with the fabulous soul-singing Al Green.

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Here is my behind the scenes at London Fashion Week feature for Elle India, out this month. I interviewed and photographed the designers – Ashish, Mawi and Nom De Mode – as they prepared for and presented their collections during LFW.

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Very exciting news that the V & A will be hosting a major retrospective of Alexander McQueen’s work. The exhibition will showcase 200 items and be opening in March 2015. With 16,000 pre-show tickets already sold, it looks set to be another sell-out show for the museum.

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Here is my interview with the designer Marc Newson, out in the September/October issue of the Spanish style magazine Neo2.

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A great collection as always from Yang Du – I’m especially excited that she is launching a diffusion line for Spring/Summer 2015, aimed at the Chinese market.

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Here are some photos from my visit to interview Mawi for Elle India this week – I loved the pop-tastic feel of her work space! The article is a behind the scenes look at designers during London Fashion Week and will be out in the October issue.

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Dover Street Market, London’s most innovative fashion store, is currently celebrating its 10 year anniversary. An installation has been created for the entrance of the shop using scaffolding and boards, while inside there are lots of new designer spaces and some tantalising (and reasonably priced) limited edition products. Check out Pharrell Williams’ new fragrance ‘Girl’, the new tactile changing rooms and the UNDERCOVER x Dover Street Market 10 year anniversary sweatshirts. The facade installation will be up until the end of September.

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Here is my interview with the Olympic equestrian sportsman Alex Hua Tian, out in this month’s GQ China. Alex was born in London to a Chinese father and British mother and started horse riding aged just four years old. In 2008, he was the youngest equestrian rider to compete at the Olympic Games in Beijing. The 25 year old is now the only Chinese event rider competing internationally. Last year Alex also became the brand ambassador for Gieves & Hawkes, one of the world’s oldest bespoke tailors.

I enjoyed a breakfast meeting at Cecconi’s with Alex, where we discussed his collection of horses, the best places to eat in Hong Kong and his early experiences of tailoring. We then went across the road to the Gieves & Hawkes store, where he was having a fitting for his first bespoke tailcoat and show jumping jacket (there is a photo of this on the final page). Alex says that the beauty of bespoke is that ‘it feels like a piece of sculpture, but I find that the real joy is in the process; it’s the personal relationship with the tailor and being able to watch this piece take shape over the course of the fittings that is really exciting’.

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