The article includes a brief but fascinating biography outlining her ascent into fashion, and discusses a wide range of her interests, including business, fashion, charity, psychiatry, and much more.
"In 2010, she was appointed by Prime Minister David Cameron to a business ambassador’s role, promoting Britain abroad, on the recommendation of Jonathan Marland, a member of the House of Lords and a former business associate of Ms. Mellon. The same year, she was honored by Queen Elizabeth II for services to the fashion industry.
She said she plans to set up a women’s rights foundation — Ms. Mellon admires Ms. Burch’s charity, which supports female entrepreneurs through microfinance — and she supports the Mayor’s Fund, particularly its domestic violence center in Harlem."
Read the entire article, Tamara Mellon's Next Step.