What happens to a country and its people once a war is over? Giles Duley has been asking this question for over 10 years in his career as a photojournalist.
In the podcast, Giles talks to Jonathan Heaf of British GQ, and recounts more than a handful of incredible stories.
You can show your support by purchasing an exclusive Legacy of War tee created by Citizens of Humanity, available in-store on 2, with all proceeds going to the project.
Belgian designer Dries Van Noten recently celebrated his 100th collection with a comprehensive retrospective book. He visited Liberty London to greet fans and to sign copies of his book, and while he was here, we were excited to grab him for a brief chat, interviewed here by Caroline Issa.
Danish jewellery designer Maria Black has earned a loyal following for her clever, minimalist designs. Here, Maria talks with TV presenter Lisa Snowden about her journey as a designer, and her new 'Diamond Cut' collection.
In episode 5 of the Liberty Discovers Podcast, vogue.com's chief critic Sarah Mower is joined by designers Richard Quinn, Richard Malone and Samantha McCoach, in conversation with Fashion Editor at Large Melanie Rickey.
In episode 2 of the Liberty Discovers podcast we bring you Sam McKnight, one of the most accomplished and well respected hair stylists of his generation, talking with Sali Hughes, resident beauty columnist at The Guardian.