Natashya Manfield

Business is so competitive, you must be doing something different and interesting or you simply won’t survive.”
When it comes to inspiration, Tarsh says she has always been naturally curious, which helps her enormously when thinking from a client’s point of view. “I am always observing. As a consumer, I am always analysing the experience so when I go to a restaurant I am hyper aware of what the atmosphere is like, what the menu font is like, what the receipt is like, all of those touch points are really important to me. “Business is so competitive, you must be doing something different and interesting or you simply won’t survive.” And just when you think this chameleon may have stopped changing colours, she throws a law degree into the mix. Told you she loves a challenge! “It has been a busy year. Balancing studying law with a business that is growing at an incredible pace is a juggle, but it’s incredibly exciting. I love it. I thrive on it,” she says. “If I am ever feeling overwhelmed I just remember what Mum always said to me, “just do one thing at a time and the next step will appear, just trust that ‘future Tarsh’ will have it sorted.” Speaking of which, where will Tarsh be in 10 years I ask? “Ten years used to be this huge milestone but I don’t want to decide yet. Tarsh in 10 years’ time will have a greater depth of wisdom and a much better answer to that question. “People have asked me why law? Are you not a fashion designer? It could be perceived as a big shift but I don’t see it that way, it seems like a natural progression to me. “Any gap I have in my knowledge is being filled in law which will only help our clients.” We can’t wait to see what you do next Tarsh. Watch this space.]]>