Henry Conway is a London based Fashion and Lifestyle journalist and commentator. He studied at the Courtauld Institute of Art, where he focused on History of Dress, followed by an MA in Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Architecture.
Conway’s fashion credits include writing for the New York Times, Grazia, The Guardian, The Mail on Sunday and the Daily Telegraph, amongst others. His book on knitwear, Knit Couture, was published in the UK and the States, and has appeared regularly as a fashion pundit for television programmes, including the BBC’s Newsnight Review and Sky News. He has appeared on Twiggy’s Frock Exchange, the BBC series British Style Genius, and Sky Living’s The Truth About Beauty. He regularly presented on Five’s Vanessa Show and appeared on Five’s Live from Studio Five. In early 2012 he launched MTV’s UK makeover show, Vera Wang Princess Super Sweet Party.
Alongside media work, Henry Conway is well known as a nightlife impresario. A fixture of the London scene, his has entertained such stars as varied as Rihanna, Zac Efron, One Direction, the cast of Glee, Uma Thurman and Mariah Carey at his nightclubs, most notably his famous Mahiki nights at which the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were regulars in the years before their marriage. Other clubs he has hosted include Bungalow 8, Bodos Schloss, The Brompton Club, Whiskey Mist, Home House and Tonteria, to name but a few. He has also consulted on lifestyle branding for the Ministry of Sound and Hed Kandi.
Henry is Vice-Chairman of the Young Georgians, a branch of the Georgian Group.