Claudia Croft is fashion editor of The Sunday Times and head of fashion on Sunday Times Style Magazine. She studied on the MA Fashion course at St Martins, under Louise Wilson and started her career on industry magazine Drapers Record. She then joined the Evening Standard where her colour stories about fashion shows and events were often found on the coveted page three spot. Croft joined The Sunday Times in 2001, launched the successful Wardrobe Mistress column and rose to become Deputy Editor, Acting Editor and Head of Fashion. Her notable interviewees include Donatella Versace, Giorgio Armani, Karl Lagerfeld, Riccardo Tisci, Tom Ford and Goga Ashkenazi. She has hosted conversations at the V&A with Hussein Chalayan and Alice Temperley and has been a long-time contributor to 10 Magazine. Last year she was made fashion editor of the Sunday Times newspaper and regularly contributes news stories, reviews and comment pieces across the paper. Her front page story on the plight of angora rabbits prompted many designers and retailers to drop their use of the yarn.
- Claudia Croft presents a live stream.