Emma Gannon is a Sunday Times Bestselling business author, podcaster and broadcaster based in London. She has been published in places like The Guardian, ELLE, Refinery29 and The Sunday Times and she also lectures at the Condé Nast College and is an ambassador of The Princes Trust. We love her most for her podcast Ctrl Alt Delete, where she chats to her guests about their relationship between creativity and the Internet. Definitely worth a listen.
What do you love most about your job?
I love that every day is totally different; I have no routine or repetition. I get to design my own schedule every single week. I love the variety of people I get to meet, work with and the travelling to new places. I love that I get to create things I care about, with a team who are also passionate about what they do. I just love that I am always learning.
Where's your favourite hangout?
I have many! The park near my house for walks; the Hackney Picturehouse to watch films; cosy pubs in Clapton - but most of all my own flat. I feel properly nesty these days, it's my own private safe space.
What's top of your playlist right now?
I'm loving the 'Spa Music' playlist on Spotify! So good for concentration and relaxation especially when I have any big writing projects to focus on. In terms of podcasts, I love Refinery29's podcast UnStyled, where one of the co-founders Christene Barberich interviews interesting people about their life milestones and what clothes mean to them.
What's your most loved piece in your wardrobe?
Currently it's my second-hand navy YSL velvet bag. It's so soft and goes with any outfit.
How many pairs of shoes do you own?
Too many! But I just did a massive charity clear-out though so currently I'd say...20?
What do your Rogues say about you?
I absolutely adore my Winnie shoes! The bold red brightens up any plain outfit and just puts me in a good mood. And any sort of platformed shoe makes me instantly feel like a Spice Girl, which is never a bad thing.