Reba Maybury is the editor-in-chief of Sang Bleu, a writer, research consultant, lecturer and the founder of Wet Satin Press. Graduating in 2013 from Central Saint Martins with a degree in Fashion History and Theory, her thesis saw her explore the lost costumes of the Michael Clark company. Maybury started working at Sang Bleu magazine in 2011, where her role as editor predominately sees her examine defined themes such as subculture, the body, gender and sexuality, while overlapping these ideas within a contemporary context. In 2015 she founded Radical People, a newspaper exploring subcultural icons over the age of fifty, living in London, speaking about the importance of subversive behaviour. Of more recent, she also founded Wet Satin Press, a publishing company devoted to looking at the extremities of how capitalism affects identity. She is also currently lecturing on the Masters in Fashion Communication and Promotion at Central Saint Martins.