IMPACT Newsletter: August 2023

It has been a quiet month here at Leverton but we are very jealous of all the holiday’s people seem to have been going on! While the pace may have momentarily slowed, we are revitalised, robust and ready to begin your hiring.

We are excited to announce the next event of our series ‘Growing up in Asset Management’ which will focus on your mid- career. We will be discussing “Staying the Course – How to deal with the moments that matter”. Stay tuned for further details and a formal invitation. Don’t miss out!

We thought we would change things up a bit this month with some fashion musts, so please enjoy the compilation of articles.


Founder and Managing Director of Leverton Search & IMPACT

Wardrobe Icons Issue 263: Ed’s Letter  


It’s mid-August and I’m back in London for a week before the last sunshine holiday of the year…

It’s interesting how excited I’ve become, looking at the pages of our back-to-work issue, which we’ve created to help you feel joyful about getting back to the office and comfortable on your commute. I’ve always felt like the year starts at two different times – in January, and again in September, with the back-to-school buzz in the air. There’s something about starting afresh and having the opportunity to wipe the slate clean and start over with good intentions. I’m extremely excited about this issue’s cover star – Clare Waight Keller. As I’m sure you know, she was artistic director of Chloé and Givenchy, and now she’s launching a collaboration with Uniqlo, a brand that I shop regularly, for myself and my family.

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Gayle Rinkoff Stylist: The New Bag Edit  


With the new season creeping up on us very quickly it is a great time to invest in a new bag. I have done the legwork for you and found a great selection from designer to high street, cross body, shoulder and totes. Something for everyone whether you want a pop of colour or something chic and tonal if you are into your neutrals.

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Daughter’s of India: Empowering change  

At the heart of daughters of India, we believe supporting women to feel empowered is a key component of a positive future

This is why our goal has been supporting Indian women in the workplace and giving as much as possible to their local communities. Since our establishment, we’ve shared a dream with our makers for empowering all women to feel honoured with deep reverence for their being. Slowly, with love and intention, we’re empowering this dream.

With the help of your contributions, every Daughters of India purchase is not only preserving traditional craftsmanship, they are also donating directly to women empowerment initiatives in India through our charity partnerships. We have pledged an ongoing monthly donation of $10,000 to support Sewing the Seeds & Barakat Bundle reach their goals.

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