With white walls covered in magazine cuttings, a pug snuggled up in a basket and lavender-haired young women tapping away on Macs, the Marc by Marc Jacobs digs are a pretty typical example of an east London fashion studio. The difference, though, is that this isn’t a small independent label worn by three people who live in a postcode that starts with an E. It’s the younger line of Marc Jacobs, and a multimillion-pound, global company that makes up a chunky 70% of the entire business – one that’s part-owned by fashion’s biggest conglomerate, LVMH. The reason it’s hiding out in Shoreditch? Two new British designers: Luella Bartley and Katie Hillier. Read more.