Zoey Goto | Journalist & Feature Writer

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The Islington Gazette newspaper has just published an interview with me about my new book Elvis Style: From Zoot Suits to Jumpsuits:

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I’m really excited that my first book entitled Elvis Style: From Zoot Suits to Jumpsuits is going to be hitting the shelves this July! The designer has just finalised the layout and it’s looking terrific. Hal Lansky of Lansky Bros. in Memphis (Elvis’ favourite tailoring house) has written the foreword, and lots of great design experts have offered their opinions on Elvis’ influential style. It has already been trending on a few Amazon hot new release lists – more updates to follow! http://www.elvisstylebook.com

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I’ve just finished a feature on David Bowie’s fantastic stage wear for Numero Magazine, including an interview with the V&A’s curator Victoria Broackes, who organised the blockbuster exhibition David Bowie Is…
Here are a couple of examples of his iconic outfits.

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The December 2015 issue of Numero China has my six page feature with the actor Benedict Cumberbatch. To compile the interview, the BBC invited me to visit the set of Sherlock earlier this year to meet the cast. They were filming a one-off Christmas special that sees Sherlock travelling back in time – I’m looking forward to seeing the finished episode when it’s aired later this month!

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My interview with the product designer Marc Newson is now out in Vantage Magazine and online: http://www.vantage-magazine.com/in-fashion/omnipresent-design.html

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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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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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