“ I feel bespoke tailoring is the most sustainable business model out there. The Hutnswoman of Tomorrow is a 360 collection that can take you from a formal meeting, a black-tie event, and a relaxing weekend or countryside break. It’s the evolution of the sustainable wardrobe for a woman with a multifaceted life.”
Susan Bender is a global creative and visual director, freelance stylist, and regular contributing Editor at British Vogue. Working extensively within the fashion industry as a luxury brand specialist.
Susan has worked with multiple renowned publications, including; British Vogue, Vanity Fair, GQ, Jalouse, and L’Officiel Hommes. She also works alongside and acts as a creative consultant for brands such as Roland Mouret, Dolce Gabbana, Preen by Thornton and Bregazzi, Maharishi, Royal Ascot, Metier, Huntsman Savile Row, Value Retail Group, John Lewis, Revlon, Max Factor, Rimmel, Pinko, and Yolke. Susan helps brands to develop and maintain a voice and presence in the digital world. The partnerships she has created with many luxury brands demonstrates her expertise across the industry, from concept creation, styling to working on films and campaigns.
Susan also supports and works with a number of charities. As an ambassador for The Prince’s Trust Women Supporting Women, she works alongside them and the young women, supporting their life-changing fundraising and mentoring programs. In addition to this Susan also supports and works with the Malaika charity as well as being a member of the London Air Ambulance Gala committee.