His House of Holland shows are always a London Fashion Week highlight, but the way Henry Holland tells it, he was never supposed to be a designer. In the latest edition of HuffPost UK's 30 Something With Richard Bacon, Henry discusses how he got to where he is today, through a combination of luck, some very famous slogan t-shirts, and a willingness to grasp every tiny opportunity that came his way.
The series profiles successful people in their 30s, taking a peek at what makes the decade so pivotal in people's lives. Henry discusses what it's like to work in fashion ("You don't have your weekends, you don't have your evenings. But when you're at work are you really at work?") and explains how the postshow depression can take weeks to get over. Watch the full episode now, then take a look back at some of Henry's amazing LFW shows which pulled inspiration from the likes of Baz Luhrmann's Romeo + Juliet, teenage debutantes who'd stayed out all night . . . and even rave grandmas.