Career Code: Meet One of Sydney's Most Powerful Women in Fashion

Amanda Stavropoulos

In honour of Hillary Kerr and Katherine Power’s new book, The Career Code: Must-Know Rules for a Strategic, Stylish, and Self-Made Career ($22), we’re kicking off an interview series featuring 17 questions (in honour of the book’s 17 chapters) about the work lives of the most inspirational female leaders in the fashion industry. So far, we’ve tapped Rebecca MinkoffSally SingerRachel Zoe, and more. Up next? Pip Edwards.

Pip Edwards is without a doubt one of the most influential figures in the Australian fashion industry. As a stylist, creative director, designer, and now co-founder of P.E Nation, everything Pip touches turns to gold. Having worked for some of Australia’s largest fashion brands—Ksubi, sass & bide, and General Pants Co., the all-round cool girl knows what’s up. Pip shows no signs of slowing down—P.E Nation has been picked up by luxury worldwide stockists, and collaborations are in the pipeline. It’s an exciting time, which is why we had to sit down and figure out her key to success.

Keep scrolling to read Pip’s inspiring career and life advice.  

Which inspirational women would you love to hear from next? Sound off in the comments below and shop P.E Nation while you're at it!

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