Tish Weinstock. I am a Beauty Editor at Vogue and creative consultant. I grew up in London and have lived here all my life. I live in Holland Park with my partner, 2-year-old son and our dog Coco.
How has 2021 been for you and which projects are you working on at the moment?
I've quietly really enjoyed 2021. 2020 was all about extremes. We took a huge step back from normality at the beginning of the year and then it felt like everything came rushing back all of sudden towards the end of the year. Whereas this year, I've been able to find a balance.
It's been so wonderful to spend time with my son and watch him as his first words grew into whole sentences. I've also loved being able to see friends and experience restaurants again. I even managed to travel a bit and meet new people. But globally we still have a long way to go.
Creatively, it's been exhilarating to watch the rise of new hair and makeup artists as they carve out a space for themselves in the new world. Their daring approach to beauty and authentic message of inclusivity is what the beauty industry needs and been so exciting to be able to spotlight them on Vogue.
Which opportunity were you given in your career that will always be important to you. Is there anyone who acted as a mentor to you?
I will always remember the day I got my job at i-D magazine after interning on and off there for a year.
Do you have any special memories of travel to Asia and favourite Asian owned businesses?
My partner and I went to Bali four or five years ago for a Stussy party and ended up extending our trip. To be so immersed in nature was an incredible and quite humbling experience. If you are ever in Ubud you should check out Threads of Life.
Where are you hoping to travel to next?
All being well we are going to Greece in August which I'm very excited about. But I would love to return to Bali one day.
What you are wearing and what made you choose this look from Huishan Zhang
Having spent a year at home in loungewear, it felt great to put on some tailoring. The crisp white trouser suit felt really clean and modern but also relaxed which is perfect for that at-home feel.
Photographed in London wearing Missy jacket and Francesca trousers in pure white crepe. Instagram @tishweinstock