The Washington Post, October 6, 2018, 10:07:18A couple of years ago, a designer named Victoria’s secret designer Jodie Gould opened her boutique in Melbourne, Australia, to the world.
But what attracted Gould was not only the name, but also the collection.
She was also the only one who could design and sell clothes for a clientele of the very rich.
Her clothing is an eclectic mix of the traditional, the modern and the trendy.
The clothes, Gould explained, are meant to be wearable, and if you don’t have a pair of shoes, that is fine.
“It’s a modern and contemporary look that is meant to stand out,” she said.
But while she is one of the most well-known designers in the world, Gould’s clothes have been a long time coming for most of the designers working at the brand.
Gould is a woman who has spent a lot of time and money building her brand.
She worked in advertising for a while, before working for several years in design, she says.
She has worked with many big brands and agencies, but she also has her own agency and is the founder of her own boutique.
Gould has been in the business for more than a decade, starting her career as an editor for Victoria’s secrets magazine, and then going on to become a full-time designer for Victoria herself.
She first became interested in fashion in the late 1980s when she was a teenager.
Her first big break came when she worked as a sales assistant for an upscale department store in London.
Gould had a dream of making a career in fashion.
But it wasn’t until she was in her late 20s that she decided she wanted to be a full time fashion designer.
“I was living a very luxurious life, so I was looking for a new challenge and one I really enjoyed, but the opportunity to be part of the elite world was something I wanted to take up,” Gould said.
Gould worked at a fashion shop for four years, before finding a job in advertising at Victoria’s first ever department store, a luxury department store.
She got her start working for a high end department store called D.L. Hunt and was hired to create an exclusive collection for the designer.
Gould says her experience with D. L. Hunt was not just about the fashion, but what it meant to the company.
“When I came to D. Hunt, the manager told me it was the first company to do all the tailoring in the store.
I just felt like I could really contribute to the creative process.”
But it was not the work that attracted Gould.
It was the experience with the fashion department that landed her a job with Victoria’s newest fashion house, the Victoria’sSecret brand.
“Victoria’s secret is a great place to work, I love working with them,” she added.
Gould was given a chance to work at Victoria herself when she left her advertising job to open her own fashion shop.
But the job didn’t come easily.
“At the time, I was working full time as an advertising assistant and there was no money in the budget, so it was a bit scary,” she recalled.
“There were a lot fewer women in fashion than there are now and I didn’t know what I was going to do.”
So Gould decided to move on to designing for a bigger company and found a job at a designer in London who was working on her first full-size collection.
Gould’s experience there was very different from the job she had at Victoria.
“My job at Victoria was a lot more formal and structured and it was an opportunity for me to really learn about the creative side of the company,” she explained.
“So the whole process was more formal, but at the same time I was trying to make myself look good in a dress and be professional.
I was very conscious of my body shape and I was wearing clothes that had a lot going for them.”
Gould says she has always had a love for fashion, even when she has been on the receiving end of criticism for her style choices.
“One of the biggest challenges for me was the fact that I had a very narrow view of what a designer should look like, so when someone commented that I was too skinny, or too short, I would say ‘You’re wrong.
I’m very tall and very athletic.'”
Gould said the fashion world has changed a lot in the last few years.
The average height of women in Victoria has risen from a height of just under 5 feet 8 inches in 1983 to an average height above 5 feet 9 inches in 2018, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
While Gould has always tried to be very fit, she said she has never been in a position where she had to compromise her style in order to be accepted by the fashion industry.
She is the first woman to ever be a part of a Victoria’s Secrets Fashion Show