Sarah Mower

Writer

Sarah Mower is a renowned fashion critic, journalist and advocate for emerging design talent. Mower is the British Fashion Council's Ambassador for Emerging Talent, Chair of the BFC NEWGEN committee and a trustee of the new British Fashion Council Education Foundation. She is also a founding member of the London Showrooms. Her prolific support for young British designers has been an instrumental force behind the rise of talents such as Christopher Kane, Simone Rocha and JW Anderson, and London fashion's international reputation.

She is a contributing editor to Vogue and has written for prominent publications such as US Harper’s Bazaar and The Times. Previously a guest professor at Central Saint Martins and the Royal College of Art and Design, Mower has authored three books; Oscar: The Style, Inspiration and Life of Oscar de la Renta (2002), 20 Years: Dolce & Gabbana (2005), Chloé: Attitudes (2005) and Stylist: The Interpreters of Fashion (2007).

In 2011, Mower was awarded an MBE in recognition of her contributions to fashion.

Sarah Mower is a renowned fashion critic, journalist and advocate for emerging design talent. Mower is the British Fashion Council's Ambassador for Emerging Talent, Chair of the BFC NEWGEN committee and a trustee of the new British Fashion Council Education Foundation. She is also a founding member of the London Showrooms. Her prolific support for young British designers has been an instrumental force behind the rise of talents such as Christopher Kane, Simone Rocha and JW Anderson, and London fashion's international reputation.

She is a contributing editor to Vogue and has written for prominent publications such as US Harper’s Bazaar and The Times. Previously a guest professor at Central Saint Martins and the Royal College of Art and Design, Mower has authored three books; Oscar: The Style, Inspiration and Life of Oscar de la Renta (2002), 20 Years: Dolce & Gabbana (2005), Chloé: Attitudes (2005) and Stylist: The Interpreters of Fashion (2007).

In 2011, Mower was awarded an MBE in recognition of her contributions to fashion.