Martine Jarlgaard has been featured in Forbes, Huffington Post, Vogue, on BBC television and has given talks at Yale University, Singularity University, British Fashion Council's Fashion Forum 2018, Oslo Katapult Future Fest, Stockholm Fashion Tech Conference and China Fashion Forum.

Described as a technology pioneer by Forbes, Martine works in the intersection of technology, sustainability, fashion and art. Her drive towards positive change is complimented by her passion for sustainability and technology’s potential to change human behaviour and to disrupt the very core of the fashion industry.

ForbesAs a designer, her work is heavily rooted in sustainability. She looks to technology as playing a significant role in helping to solve some of the industry's biggest challenges.

Huffington PostMartine is a curious and impassioned designer with a rich educational background. She gained a BA/MA at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen and did a stint at Rhode Island School of Design where she studied sculpture, artistic anatomy and anthropology amongst other broader fine art and design subjects.

After graduating from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Martine Jarlgaard was hired to work with Vivienne Westwood, where she headed the Vivienne Westwood Red Label. Following this Martine worked with All Saints in London and as Head of Diesel Female Apparel in Italy before returning to the United Kingdom to launch Martine Jarlgaard London.