How many of us ever stop to think of the women our mothers are? For her piece in Comfort Zones, Alice-Azania Jarvis – journalist and founder of The Sunday Salon – decided to find out with a heart-felt and honest conversation with her mother, Judy Matheson.
A city enriched with history, culture and architecture, Scotland’s capital is home to our George Street store. Exploring her home city, we chat to lifestyle and fashion blogger Sarah Ferguson.
Embroiderer, entrepreneur and Jigsaw facilities manager, Jo Saunders talks to us about the stories and successes behind her business, Sew & Saunders.
Home to seafront huts, seagulls aplenty, and our first ever Jigsaw store, we explore the local neighbourhood of Brighton, in conversation with Hannah Crosskey.
The author of Sympathy and Exposure, Olivia Sudjic has written her first short story for Comfort Zones. On a shopping trip with Jigsaw editor-in-chief Ana Santi, she talks about cats (without spoiling the brilliant ending of her story), physics (her superpower, if she had one) and her writing uniform.
Are all women destined to turn into their mothers? For her piece in our book, Comfort Zones, the head of content at Refinery29, Gillan Orr, questions the inevitability of the sentiment.
Meet Kate and Emily, the founders of Sonder & Tell, the storytelling agency behind our new book, Comfort Zones, during a shopping trip with Jigsaw editor-in-chief, Ana Santi.
Poet, producer, artist and model; the Bellamacina family calls creativity home. We meet with Camilla and Cosima for a nostalgic reminisce on British roots, creative careers and the stories of sisterhood.
In celebration of Mother’s Day, we met Africa Daley-Clarke, the creator of The Vitamin D Project, to talk about representation, motherhood and how to get ahead in life when the world puts you two steps back.