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Is it worth hiring a digital marketing manager for your business? OMG – Online Marketing Gurus is an SEO Agency with clients and staff between the US, Australia, Europe & UK. Co-founders Andrew Raso & Mez Homayunfard have worked with hundreds of small, medium and big businesses, including Calvin Klein, Princess Polly and Archie Rose. Mark, Andrew and Mez discuss how to begin looking for a marketing manager, the inner workings of the Google algorithm and the functions of an online marketing funnel. Join the Facebook Group. Follow Mark Bouris on Instagram, LinkedIn & YouTube.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
VOODO FE: born in Brooklyn, of Haitian heritage, is a prolific Renaissance Artist with over 7,000 works of art in multiple mediums: visual art, music, fashion design, graphic design, digital art, jewelry, brand collateral, and invented products. As a musician, Voodo Fe and his band opened for Run DMC, Naughty by Nature, played at Amsterdam's High Times Festival and more. He is a creative edgy, apparel designer, painter, musician, producer and writer, currently designing a fashion and art collection with the Miles Davis estate, as well as Rohan Marley's Lion Order (Roots Luxury Brand), to start, with more on the horizon. He has designed for: Calvin Klein, DKNY, the NFL, the NBA, Echo, Avirex, and commissioned by Beyonce. His art in the homes of Janelle Monae, Tiger Woods, Dave Chappelle, Talib, and others. One of Voodo Fe's mantras is: Exhibit, Experiment, Experience when it comes to his Spot For Art store on Myrtle in Brooklyn, the only NFT store in Brooklyn, where he experiments with the effects of color theory and art on health, through his ArtScience program. His passion and advocacy is for the artist, so he is working on programs to teach them how to align artistry and industry with economics. Through his personal challenges with various addictions since the age of 12, Voodo Fe has endured much in the way of physical and mental pain, and was able to go cold-turkey later. He has been able to navigate around bi-polar and other issues without being on the chemical highway, via meditation, good sleep and cleanliness, eating on time, exercise and being around those that care, recognize and support his needs. With weak lungs, a heart condition, and over 10 surgeries, Voodo Fe has a 100 year succession plan written out to keep his dream moving forward, with the help from his team, spiritual guides and the Law of Attraction methodology. A force to be reckoned with on many levels including kinetically........Check him out here: IG- @voodofe @thespotforart and at www.spotforart.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ozzie-stewart/support
Powerful comments from Apple chief Tim Cook who's criticised his industry and his own company over the lack of women in leadership roles in the sector. In an interview with the BBC's Zoe Kleinman, Cook said there's no excuse for the lack of women at the table at the world's tech firms and says technology won't achieve nearly what it could achieve without a more diverse workforce. He also spoke about the virtual worlds known as the Metaverse and predicts in the future people will wonder how we lived without augmented reality. Artificial Intelligence is also in the news right now - with TikTok creator Milan Jaram reimagining Simpsons characters using AI and putting them into unlikely situations, such as the Simpsons characters posing as Calvin Klein models. And some interesting advice on the USA Today website sharing ideas to give your phone a new lease of life - if you can't afford an upgrade but want to improve its performance. The article explains how to replace the battery on some models, how to free up memory space, make it run faster and remember many phone providers will offer trade in deals - so that new one you've got your eye on might not be as out of reach as you think, as always - shop around and get the deal that works for you.
B2B companies keep getting told that they need to invest in marketing but most still see it more as a ‘nice to have' not a ‘ must have'.It has the look and feel of an expensive with an uncertain ROI attached to it.While its true that today its difficult to move the needle on sales, let alone building brand recognition for your product or service, marketing can be effective and budget friendly - if you become more flexible about staffing. And it can help improve sales in a more tangible way - when you know what things to focus on.In this episode I'm speaking with Amy Anderson, co-founder of Wild Coffee, which focuses on transforming businesses through a diverse set of disciplines and tailor-made teams. Amy has had more than 25 years of experience at brands such as Calvin Klein, Seventeen, and The New York Times Digital.We're going to be discussing … - How having a fractional CMO and working with outsourced marketing teams can bring in greater expertise while helping companies control their marketing costs.- The key marketing KPI's that B2B companies should focus on.- Why marketing during an economic downturn can give companies an opportunity to pull way ahead of the market - oftentimes at a lower cost.And a lot more … USEFUL LINKSWild Coffee's website: https://wildcoffeemarketing.com/Connect with Amy Anderson: https://www.linkedin.com/in/amy-anderson-17abba2/Learn about The Current Situation in Sourcing: https://thecurrentsituation.netA Seat at The Table website: https://seat.fm
The Galveston County John Doe is the name of a younger man of African descent who was discovered on the Galveston Beach in Texas on Mother's Day, May 10th, 2020. He was 16 to 35, and was on the shorter side, at 5'7, or 170 centimeters. He was around 144 pounds at the time of his death and appeared to be in good physical shape. His eyes were decomposed after being in the water for some time, but they were likely dark. He was found with Under Armor slides on his arms, which many people, including investigators, believe were used as a flotation device. He also had black, generic swim trunks on and black Calvin Klein briefs underneath. In Stourbridge, England on April 18, 1943, four young boys were looking for bird's eggs for food on a private property called the Hagley Woods. They came across the skeleton of a woman stuffed into a Wych Elm tree. The woman was around 35 years old and had been dead for at least 18 months. The skeleton had no signs of injury, and it was determined she died from asphyxiation. She was found with a gold ring, one blue shoe with crepe soles, a cloth skirt, peach-colored taffeta, and light brown hair. Based on these articles, they believed she was of German or Dutch descent. Her jaw had a deformity and her teeth were fairly crooked. Affiliate links to support the pod: https://linktr.ee/doeidentifypodcast Episode sources: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1cc6vKIEHKLvcKZt1WSUOqObKPcoiMpBgqCRNer3G_1o/ Learn more about PodMoth: https://podmoth.network/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/doe-identify/support
Jenny Dembrow aka Jenny Talia joins James St. James, Randy Barbato, and Fenton Bailey to discuss modeling for Steven Meisel and Calvin Klein, raising hell with the Club Kids, the Girls Center she co-directs, and that one time in Paris with James, Gloria Gaynor, and a bottle of poppers.
Curt Flaitz is the co-founder, president, and marketing director for PSD Underwear. Curt was once a broke college student who could only afford one pair of Calvin Klein underwear to wear out on Friday nights. He, along with his brother Ryan, discovered an opportunity in the underwear market for designer men's boxer briefs that were both affordable and comfortable.Curt had a passion for business and graduated college with a marketing degree while Ryan was creative with a love for art. Together they created a brand that was different from anything else out there and started PSD Underwear in upstate New York. It is now one of the largest clothing companies in the world and is endorsed by multiple athletes
Katerina Khrustaleva Touchon - an art marketer with over 12 years of experience. In Moscow, she has been working with government and private projects, with museums, galleries, and commercial brands combining two of her favorite spheres, Art and Marketing. Several names include International Museum Festival «Intermuseum», «Moscow City Galleries Network», State Russian Museum in Saint Petersburg, Street art festival «MOST» in Moscow and commercial brands: Schwarzkopf, Calvin Klein, Phillips, BMW, etc. She moved to the USA in 2018. She started with the DCI Marketing agency (destination marketing) and organized the SELECTION art shows in parallel (that's how she met her husband). Since Katerina came to LA she was lucky to work with some big local names in art and culture along with the artists from dozens of different countries. In 2020 she launched "FRWART | Artists promotion" with an online-program teaching how to promote yourself in art. Today she helps creatives and small business owners with marketing. FIND KATERINA ON SOCIAL MEDIA LinkedIn | Facebook | Instagram ================================ SUPPORT & CONNECT: Support on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/denofrich Twitter: https://twitter.com/denofrich Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/denofrich YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/denofrich Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/den_of_rich/ Hashtag: #denofrich © Copyright 2022 Den of Rich. All rights reserved.
Nicholas Longano is a leading entrepreneur, and video game and Fintech expert with over 28 years of experience launching successful consumer brands, Fintech products, ground-breaking games, and startups. Starting his career in the beauty and beverage arena, Nicholas has launched highly successful brand campaigns, including Pepsi, L'Oreal, Evian, Sunkist, and Calvin Klein. After working on the consumer side, Nicholas entered the gaming space as the Senior Vice President of Publishing and Marketing with Vivendi-Universal Games/Blizzard, heading worldwide franchises, including Diablo, World of Warcraft, StarCraft, Half-Life, Counter-Strike, and more. Most recently, Nicholas' passion for gaming and consumer brands launched Scuti, the world's first in-game advertising network and GCommerce platform. With a team of video game veterans, Longano brings gamified advertising to the metaverse and beyond to best service players, game makers, and brands alike.Here's a glimpse of what you'll learn:Where Nicholas Longano grew up and went to schoolThe various corporations that Nicholas worked for in fashion and beautyMilestones of Nicholas' careerThe games Nicholas worked on through BlizzardThe moment when Nicholas felt like a master of the universeWhy respect for customers is so importantHow Nicholas founded Scuti partly based on respect and ads done rightNicholas' advice to his son on following his passionWhy Nicholas considers the way some ads are done as disrespectfulThe value of choiceHow finding the right team is also about hiring mindsIn this episode…Nicholas Longano claims that his successful and storied career thus far has been the product of a kind of luck, of being in the right place at the right time. As he moved through the corporate world from beverages (launching Pepsi in Australia) to beauty (launching Excellence in the US for L'Oreal), to Calvin Klein (launching Calvin Klein cosmetics globally) it seems that it is far more than luck at work. When Nicholas left those industries for video games in 2000, he realized similar success with Vivendi Universal.Now the Founder and CEO of Scuti, the world's first g-Commerce platform, Nicholas understands keenly that customers are the drivers of success behind every venture. In beverage, fashion, beauty, and gaming, the takeaway lesson for him is that customers and consumers should be respected above profit. In this episode of What CEOs Talk About, host Martin Hunter and guest Nicholas Longano break down what respecting customers looks like, from asking permission to gather their information to presenting ads into their game in a non-disruptive or reward-driven manner. Nicholas shares the impetus behind Scuti and how they work to offer customers choice and he draws on examples gleaned from organizations throughout his career. Martin introduces the question of whether a company is transactional or transformational and he and Nicholas discuss being a David company among Goliaths, finding the right team members, and why leaders need the ability to iterate and bend. Resources mentioned in this episode:URGEOContact email: firstname.lastname@example.orgMartin Hunter on LinkedInNicholas Longano on LinkedInNicholas Longano on WikipediaScuti‘Atlas Shrugged' by Ayn RandSponsor for this podcast...This podcast is brought to you by URGEO.URGEO is the Latin for urge: A strong desire to drive change, stimulate thought, incite feeling, and encourage action. Martin Hunter and his team provide liberation for the CEO and Board of a company through their fractional COO services.URGEO's fractional COO services help to move you through growing pains so that your company can flourish and improve its profits.They have worked with a multitude of companies in SaaS, CPG, mining, and transportation, from start-ups to large multinational corporations. They specialize in helping companies avoid roadblocks and stay on the right strategic and operational track for growth.If you are a visionary and want an integrator to get everything done for you, then you need to get in touch with URGEO today.To learn more about their services, visit https://www.URGEO.com or email them directly at email@example.com
Sept 10-The Queen dying and discourse around that-Lord of the Ring prequel discourse-Jimmy Dore discourse-Oath Keepers list-Judge Sotomayor religious decision-Aretha Franklin FBI-Uvalde memorial park shooting-more anti LGBTQ toward the new Monkeypox white house coordinator-More fundamentalism-Some more proof to me that UFC shit is orchestrated and other wrestling discourse-Sept 11th reminiscing on this horrible day and what was normalized afterwards-Ray J-September 12-Recaps of AEW Dynamitr and my trip to Buffalo plus AEW Rampage recap-Smackdown recap and a brief Impact recap-Trump in DC-Not understanding narratives between Russia and Ukraine-John Oliver on cop shows-Nicki vs Meg 50 cent vs Nicki-Outrage over Calvin Klein ads-some more on the fallout of CM Punk and AEW
Grace is a brand-builder specializing in brand marketing and social media within Fashion & Beauty. She has spent the last decade driving consumer engagement for iconic global brands, including growing Calvin Klein's Instagram community from 500K to 15M+ through award-winning and culture-shaping content, and launching Shiseido-owned Laura Mercier digitally in the $106 billion Chinese beauty & personal care market. In creating GL Consulting, she strives to be a strategic advisor and resource to established brands as they scale and new founders as they build their dream businesses, starting at the core with brand storytelling. Learn more at www.gracemarieliu.com In this episode, she speaks with Gina Gretchko about her roundabout academic path into the fashion and beauty industry and how social media marketing has changed since she started her career.
This week I chat with two-time Emmy Award Winning Journalist, Founder and CEO of Clarity Media Group, and former reporter for ABC and CBS News, Bill McGowan. Bill has anchored hundreds of hours of news and information programming as well as thousands of interviews with CEO's, Professional Athletes, Book Authors, and celebrities. Bill now uses his experience to coach clients on how to exude more confidence and command on television and in front of a live audience. Those he has trained include Eli Manning, Sheryl Sandberg, Jack Welch, Mary J. Blige, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, the CEO's of Facebook, Airbnb, Snapchat, Spotify, Calvin Klein, Whole Foods, and many more. Bill is also the author of the best selling book Pitch Perfect: How to Say it Right the First Time, Every Time.Topics-How to tell a captivating story-The do's and don't's of the first minute of your presentation-The no-tailgating principle-The pasta-sauce principle -How to use pitch variations to make the most out of your voice-Overcoming a distracted audience -Crafting a speech for a wedding-How to overcome pre-speech nervesIf you enjoyed this conversation please be sure to leave a rating, review, and share it on your social medias. Your 5-star feedback helps the show grow tremendously and helps to bring on more incredible guests like Bill. Listen now on any major podcast platform. Enjoy!————————————————————————————————Get your FREE LMNT sample pack at www.drinkLMNT.com/MiFit
Escape by Calvin Klein (1991) + From Here to Eternity by James Jones (1951) + Fred Zinnemann's From Here to Eternity (1953) + Buzz Kulik's From Here to Eternity (1979) with JJBoobyHugger To hear the complete continuing story of The Perfume Nationalist please subscribe on Patreon. 09/04/22 S04.178
Tom Murry is the retired CEO of Calvin Klein, where he ran the company for 17 years and facilitated the brand's growth from 2.8 billion to $8 billion. Prior to that, he spent the majority of his career working for iconic fashion brands including Tahari and Evan Piccone. He has worked with (and learned from) the most recognized names in fashion, as well as titans of the business world. With the same no-nonsense approach that he applies to fashion, Tom shares his knowledge about business, leadership, and creating a career that one can be both proud of and one that is of service to others. He and his beloved junior-high sweetheart, Lynda Murry, recently celebrated 43 years of marriage and now reside in Palm Beach, Florida. Website: http://tommurry.com/index.htm LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tommurry/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TomMurryAuthor Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/TomMurryAuthor/?_rdc=1&_rdr Episode Link: https://iamceo.co/2018/11/15/iam108-retired-calvin-klein-ceo-shares-his-knowledge-on-business-service-and-leadership/
Steinunn Sigurðardóttir er fremsti fatahönnuður landsins. Eftir útskrift frá Parsons í New York starfaði hún náið með Ralph Lauren og Calvin Klein. Steinunn fluttist heim og eignaðist fatlaðan dreng en lét það ekki stoppa sig frá því að lifa sínu lífi, var ráðin inn til Gucci og flaug til og frá Ítalíu við störf sín þar með Tom Ford.
Intermix, one of fashion darling high street brands, is led by CEO Jyothi Rao. A leader driven to elevate racial equality, space for female leadership, and a sustainability power agenda long overdue in the world of fast fashion. Calvin Klein, GAP, and Guilt have all felt the touch of change she inspires. A path invested in the long game and one focused behind ethical talent growth to deliver a mission to serve both investors and customers where it matters most. Join us as we explore the road of purpose, parenthood, and profits to ignite change on the sleeves of everyone Jyothi and her brands both touch and inspire to be what matters on and off one's catwalk in life.
In this week's episode of The Queerly Blax Show, I had a conversation with Ressie G. We talked about his career as a designer and producer, DL culture, coming into his sexuality, embracing his curves and so much more! Check it out!Remember to subscribe to stay up to date with all new videos on Queerly Blax channel here: https://bit.ly/3yqJvTY01:14 – Ressie G. Introduction02:05 – First encounter with his sexuality05:08 – Playing sports and football camp experience07:34 – Embracing femine side through clothing10:26 – We love a top and a bottom11:39 – The high waisted Calvin Klein jeans13:17 – Coming out story18:16 – Atlanta downlow culture and dating LGBTQ men29:04-go in environments as myself30:36 – Signs a man is on the Downlow33:30 – Evolving relationships in the heterosexual normative35:44 – His dating experiences39:00 – Dallas vs Atlanta gay scene42:10 – Business ventures and producing career45:01-Theme song – Butterfly by Mariah Carey46:24 – Advice to queer individuals Social MediaRessie G. IG: @ressiegQueerly Blax IG: @queerlyblaxQueerly Blax Podcast: https://pod.link/1602328143Queerly Blax Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbTFH1KU4zjauIBMlxhxHVQ/videos ►I hope guys enjoy this video! ►If you enjoy this video, please like and share it ► don't forget to subscribe to the channel for more upcoming videos►Subscribe now - https://bit.ly/3yqJvTYWatch my other video ►He Ain't Just My Roommate - https://bit.ly/3OVmfEE►Pretty Little Lesbians - https://bit.ly/3avIF05 ►3 P's (Poly, Pansexual, Parenthood) - https://bit.ly/3uAMGXU►Hot Moms: The Queerly Blax Show - https://bit.ly/3OVKORU
John Varvatos is a pretty incredible guy. He is an entrepreneur's entrepreneur. He bought his first fashion store right out of high school and hasn't looked back since. He got his start working for Ralph Lauren. Then had a successful stint at Calvin Klein where he revolutionized the mens underwear game when he invented the boxer brief. And then left to found the John Varvatos brand and later his latest venture, OTD. Which, by the way, makes amazing clothes. And make sure you subscribe. New interviews every Thursday morning with some of the biggest entrepreneurs in the world. We not only get inspiration from their stories but also real, concrete tips on how to launch, or grow, your company.
Tuesdays are for Troublemakers. Today we cover Ford's layoff of 3000 workers, the guilty plea of a Chinese former employee working in Apple's automotive division, and why so many TikTockers are talking about Costco. Ford CEO Jim Farley and Executive Chair Bill Ford announced layoffs of 2000 US workers based in its Dearborn, MI headquarters and 1000 contract workers across the globeThis constitutes about 1% of Ford's total workforce and is a move in the direction of cutting more than 8000 positions as announced by Farley back in junePart of a broader restructuring of the company to be more cost competitive in the quickly developing EV spaceFarley has committed to cutting $3B in expenses by 2026 in an effort to reach 10% in pretax profitA former Apple employee working on the secretive AppleCar project pled guilty in Federal Court on Monday to stealing trade secrets including downloading circuit board schematics as well as removing hardware from the facilityXiaolang Zhang, faces up to 10 years in prison and a $250k fine after the pleaIn 2018 Zhang took paternity leave and went back to his home country, China. When he returned, he resigned his position stating he was going to move back to China and take care of his mother. His plan was to work for Xmotors, a leading China EV makerApple has footage of him removing servers and a chip board from the facility as well as downloading a number of sensitive documentsAn FBI agent disclosed Apple has 5000 employees on the projects with about 2700 having access to databaseCostco fashion deals are going viral on TikTokThe search term, “costco clothing finds,” on TikTok has 1.8 billion views on the platform as influencers and regular users are showing off their findsFashion brands such as Hunter Boots, Tommy Hilfiger, Pendleton, Puma, DKNY, Uggs, Calvin Klein, Fila can be found in Costco aisles at significant savings from regular retail pricing and users are thrilledThe ‘treasure hunt' mentality is strong with this type of shopping and as opposed to traditional ‘treasure hunt' outlets like Marshalls who may only have a few of each item, Costco stocks a plethora of sizes and colors of each itemCostco has a $6.5B clothing business…before TikTok :)Get the Daily Push Back email at https://www.asotu.com/Rock with us LIVE at ASOTU CON! Tickets: https://www.asotucon.comJOIN the conversation on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/company/asotu/Read our most recent email at: https://www.asotu.com/media/push-back-emailShare your positive dealer stories: https://www.asotu.com/positivityASOTU Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/automotivestateoftheunion
Welcome to another episode of The HERO Show. I am your host Richard Matthews, (@AKATheAlchemist) and you are listening to episode 212 with Amy Anderson – Creating Value-Based Growth for Businesses. Amy Anderson is the founder of https://wildcoffeemarketing.com/ (Wild Coffee Marketing)—a marketing consulting firm that helps businesses grow better teams of thinkers and doers who handles everything from strategy all the way to execution. Wild Coffee is focused on transforming businesses through a diverse set of disciplines and tailor-made teams that span brand strategy, digital marketing, PR, and marketing consulting. Amy has more than 25 years of experience at brands such as Calvin Klein and The New York Times Digital and drives strategy, creativity, and implementation across Wild Coffee's diverse client roster that includes e-commerce, manufacturing, healthcare, financial services, and technology clients. Here's just a taste of what we talked about today:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1b4tp6zCOz_cjJ1lC_gme0Nbk5Cuw-Xa3/view?usp=sharing (A Vision as a Superpower)Amy's superpower in her business is vision, vision when it comes to story. This allows her to see a company, see a product and know what it should say and what it should look like. It is just very clear for her working with big brands and startups, establishing their foundation and guiding them through a path of growth. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1lpETmg_TNXqAl2MYwCKdSnCumyzfCJtf/view?usp=sharing (Wild Coffee's Driving Force)Amy's driving force is to understand their client's customers, be very clear about what they stand for, and make sure everything stems from that strategy. They never skip the strategy of the visioning positioning and everything they do ties back to that. Also, narrowing down their KPIs and assessing the three to five metrics they are going to track. Tracking those numbers is very important in the work they do because it is a way to let their clients know where they stand at all times. Other Topics We Covered on the Show:We also talked about Amy's origin story. Her several job experiences and her parents investing in a consulting business for her paved the way to where she is now. Amy shared the reason why her parents invested in a consulting business for her. Not being comfortable talking about money has been Amy's fatal flaw in her business. She was able to overcome this type of flaw by knowing her value in the market. Two things Amy constantly has to fight against in her business are strategy before tactics and the thought that when you build it, they do not just come. Lastly, Amy's driving force is one, do what you say you're going to do with integrity. The second is always be moving the needle for your clients. Recommended Tools:https://www.teamwork.com/ (Teamwork) The HERO ChallengeToday on the show, Amy Anderson challenged Tony Zacario to be a guest on The HERO Show. Amy thinks that Tony is a fantastic person to interview because he is a dynamic young CEO that is incredibly effective and visionary. They started working with Wild Coffee Marketing at 50 locations. They're now at 200 and just bought several locations and took a board seat. They've just grown this concept. And the mission is simple for them. It's about making mobility and people's lives better. How To Stay Connected with Amy AndersonWant to stay connected with Amy? Please check out their social profiles below. Website: https://wildcoffeemarketing.com/ (https://wildcoffeemarketing.com/) With that… let's go and listen to the full episode…
Join your hosts as we go deeper on the questions nobody wanted answered on Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. Zack reaches his hand into the dark, insect ridden hole of the internet, pulls the lever, and figures out what opens up. This week we try to figure out what the world was like in the 80 days between this movie and the first PG-13 movie ever to be released. We find out that the Iran-Contra affair is just starting. Zack realizes that he finds Joan Collins, Julie Andrews, and the wife from Raging Bull far hotter than this years college coeds. We realize that Revenge of the Nerds came out the day after Zack turned 4. We look at missing lovers after prom. We dig deep on "sensuous avocados" as the new food for brunch. We learn why Calvin Klein can't stand wearing clothes with his name on them and find the origins of the Witches of Eastwick. We talk about Howard Hughes being married at sea and discuss the cars of the future. As we go on, Zack discovers that 1 actor has played 4 roles in the 3 Indiana Jones movies (that's right, 3, crystal skull doesn't count) and it blows both of our flipping minds. Look up, and share the wonders we've seen.
Kate Moss came to fame in the 1990s, and her distinctive look went on to embody the era of Cool Britannia. She has appeared on the cover of hundreds of magazines and starred in campaigns for many of the top fashion houses. She has made cameos on film and television and inspired artists including Lucian Freud, Tracey Emin and Marc Quinn. Kate was born in Croydon in 1974. When she was 14, she was spotted at JFK airport by Sarah Doukas who signed her to her modelling agency. Two years later Kate was on the cover of the style magazine the Face – one of a series of photographs shot on Camber Sands by Corinne Day. The images were raw and natural and Kate's slight, delicate build, in stark contrast to the curvaceous supermodel silhouette that had defined the decade, heralded a new era in modelling. Kate moved on to high profile campaigns for the designers Calvin Klein and Marc Jacobs. In 1993 she appeared on the cover of British Vogue for the first time. Later her waif-like figure attracted criticism from some commentators who thought some of her photographs glamorised thinness. In 2013 Kate received a Special Recognition award at the British Fashion Awards, acknowledging her 25-year contribution to fashion. Kate set up her own talent agency in 2016 and one of the agency's first signings was her daughter Lila. DISC ONE: Back to Life by Sunday Service and Jazzie B (Soul II Soul mix) DISC TWO: A Whiter Shade of Pale (Live) by King Curtis DISC THREE: Harvest Moon by Neil Young DISC FOUR: Life on Mars by David Bowie DISC FIVE: Oh! Sweet Nuthin' by The Velvet Underground DISC SIX: Sympathy for the Devil by The Rolling Stones DISC SEVEN: My Sweet Lord by George Harrison DISC EIGHT: Madame George by Van Morrison BOOK CHOICE: The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry LUXURY ITEM: A cashmere blanket CASTAWAY'S FAVOURITE: My Sweet Lord by George Harrison Presenter: Lauren Laverne Producer: Paula McGinley
In this episode, we are joined by Mark Schwartz, a Shoe Designer and Artist who began his design career in the early 1980s in his early twenties with a 7-year-long run with a shoe design master - Roger Vivier. Vivier also introduced him to Andy Warhol. Warhol mentored Schwartz for about four years before his death and taught Schwartz to make actual paintings of his shoe designs. Schwartz has designed shoes for the likes of Oprah, Madonna, Katie Couric, Angelica Huston, Sharon Stone, Wendy Williams, Lady Gaga, Ralph Lauren, Balenciaga, Gucci, Jean Claude Jitrois, Calvin Klein, Richard Tyler, Mark Eisen, Balenciaga, Gucci, Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman, Chanel, Hermes as well as being a ghost designer for more than several of the most famous footwear designers in our time. Tune in to learn more!
SPURS CHAT: THE 60 SECOND SPURS NEWS UPDATE: 2 More Transfers, Son Signs for Calvin Klein, King on Conte's Squad (Daily Tottenham/Spurs Podcast) + THANKS FOR LISTENING! Please FOLLOW, SHARE and leave a REVIEW. + CONTENT: * Chris Cowlin presents "The 60 Second Spurs News Update" * Watch Chris on YouTube: www.youtube.com/c/chriscowlin + MEDIA ENQUIRIES ABOUT THE CHANNEL/PODCAST: * Enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org * This is a Tottenham Hotspur fan channel, providing podcasts on breaking club news, fan interviews, legend interviews, following Spurs home and away, all around the world, including U23, U19, U18 and Spurs women matches. Chris Cowlin likes to present, with passion, the latest Spurs news and facts to Tottenham fans all around the world and to share his experiences of following this wonderful club. Remember to follow this podcast, and COME ON YOU SPURS! * Chris is a regular on television and radio shows talking about all things Tottenham; most recently on BBC1, Sky Sports News, BBC Radio 5 Live and talkSport. Chris has also appeared on the recent documentaries on Tottenham Hotspur: "Sonsational: The Making of Heung-Min Son" (Korea's tvN, 2019), "All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur" (Amazon, 2020) and "Pochettino: le Film" (RMC Sport, 2021). Chris also presented two official videos for Tottenham Hotspur Football Club (2019) based on the opening of the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. In May 2022 Chris fulfilled a lifelong dream - he played at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium! + LONDON MARATHON: PLEASE SPONSOR ME: * I'm running the London Marathon on 2 October 2022, for Prostate Cancer UK. I have a fundraising target of £5,000. Please support this wonderful charity if you can: https://justgiving.com/fundraising/chriscowlin2022 + CHANNEL SPONSORS: * "Fantasy 5". It's completely free to play and you could win up to £10,000: Click here: UK/Ireland: https://ads.boylesports.com/redirect.aspx?pid=46467&bid=5823 Rest of the World: https://fantasy5.com/epl (T's & C's: You have to be 18+. Bet Responsibly. BeGambleAware.org) * Live Football On TV: https://www.live-footballontv.com/?utm_source=instagram&utm_medium=chris-cowlin * Nord VPN: EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal: https://nordvpn.com/tottenhamfans - try it, risk-free, with a 30-day money-back guarantee! * Zouch Converters: https://www.zouchconverters.co.uk + YOUTUBE CHANNEL AWARDS & NOMINATIONS: * Football Blogging Awards Winner 2019: "Best Club Content Creator" * Football Blogging Awards Finalist 2019: “Best Vlogger” * Football Content Awards Finalist 2020: “Best Club Content Creator" * Football Content Awards Finalist 2021: “Best Club Content Creator" * Football Content Awards Finalist 2021: “Best Content Creator" * Football Content Awards Finalist 2021: “Best In Video" + LINKS: * Media Enquires: email@example.com * Website: https://www.spurschat.com * Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/chriscowlin * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chriscowlin * Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TottenhamFanChrisCowlin * Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@chriscowlin * Clubhouse: https://www.clubhouse.com/@chriscowlin * YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/cowlinchristopher * YouTube Member: Join this channel to get access to perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCB9aWK0xfz2P-Ny2nsXGHrA/join * Purchase Books: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Chris-Cowlin/e/B002I7M0VA + AUDIO VERSIONS: * Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/cae5d1ec-c69e-4733-b2ba-c0caa31a4c19 * Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/mt/podcast/spurs-chat-discussing-all-things-tottenham-hotspur/id1618648055 * Audible: https://www.audible.co.uk/pd/Podcast/B08JJYWMGS * Audioboom: https://audioboom.com/channels/5071933 * Deezer: http://www.deezer.com/show/3415742 * Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hdWRpb2Jvb20uY29tL2NoYW5uZWxzLzUwNzE5MzMucnNz?ep=14 * iHeart: https://iheart.com/podcast/92963992 * JioSaavn: https://www.jiosaavn.com/shows/Spurs-Chat:-Discussing-all-Things-Tottenham-Hotspur:-Hosted-by-Chris-Cowlin/1/rXt7GeNPWX4_ * Listen Notes: https://www.listennotes.com/c/11077624ad3840cda8c6f218c75d2b38/ * Player FM: https://player.fm/series/series-3316888 * Podcasher: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/spurs-chat-discussing-all-thin-4250711 * Podcast Addict: https://podcastaddict.com/podcast/3832755 * Radio Public: https://radiopublic.com/spurs-chat-discussing-all-things-Wem3eY * Reason FM: https://reason.fm/podcast/spurs-chat-discussing-all-things-tottenham-hotspur-hosted-by-chris-cowlin-the-daily-tottenhamspurs-podcast * Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3hFwtomVKnmAuy8P4TYoPJ + MUSIC: * Intro and outro music titled "The Trophies Are Coming" (by Gui Moraes)
Editor's note: During the episode, we talked about Chrystal's ode to dad bods post, which had yet to run at the time of recording. We decided to just put it here instead of as a separate post, because why make things more complicated than they need to be? We already have an entire podcast devoted to doing that. Also, here's the time Creed played Thanksgiving for some reason.You wouldn't see Nickelback doing that, what with the being Canadian and with Chad Kroeger being too busy having all that sex. Anyway, on to the newsletter portion of today's program… which is free today as we're giddy about the Mets taking four of five from Atlanta, but also please consider a paid subscription to support the folks bringing you fun stuff here!Project ShaqBox trivia: Yesterday, Jacob deGrom combined with Joely Rodriguez and Edwin Díaz to strike out 19 Atlanta hitters, tying Tom Seaver and David Cone in individual efforts for the most K's by Mets pitchers in a nine-inning game. Which team did Seaver's game, a 2-1 victory on a Wednesday afternoon in April at Shea, come against… and why wasn't it that team's most notable time that season being on the short end of a historic pitching performance?An Ode To Dad BodsBy Chrystal O'KeefeThe great Lizzo once sang, “I like big boys, itty bitty boys,” and that resonated with me. I know women often get criticized for only enjoying the tight pants and baseball butts, and I'm not here to dispel that rumor. Some, like myself, live and breathe baseball, but also enjoy the different body types of players. Sure, Starling Marte has abs of steel. Yes, Jacob deGrom could probably be a Calvin Klein model. Does Fransisco Lindor remind me of a young Prince Rogers Nelson, oozing sex appeal? Hell yes. Any hot blooded, man-loving person would surely go for that, I mean, have you seen Michael Kopech? Some of these baseball players are buff, or clearly prioritized squats and leg day in the offseason. And that's great. But what about the normal-looking guys that weren't sculpted by the gods? Dad bods have been a thing for quite some time now, even in the baseball world. It's one of the few sports that allows for multiple body types, and I appreciate that. When the Mets acquired Daniel Vogelbach, I was thrilled. Not only because I knew the power he brings, as someone that is very familiar with the Pirates, but also as someone that appreciates his body type. With Pete Alonso and Daniel Vogelbach often going back to back in the lineup, I'm thrilled to see peak athletic performances from guys that look like they can smash some ribs, chug a beer, and immediately walk out of the dugout and tattoo a ball out into the concourse. Alonso is known for being meaty, and the video of his shirt being ripped off after a bases loaded walk to win the game, showcasing an immaculate dad bod is one of the many reasons I love baseball. (I hope no one goes through my Google searches for this piece.) Pete Alonso Joins MLB Network SHIRTLESSIt's time to normalize the dad bod in baseball. It's time to appreciate Prince Fielder, Johnny Cueto, Yasmani Grandal, Bartolo “Big Sexy” Colon, CC Sabathia, Lance Lynn, Pete Alonso, Daniel Vogelbach, and the OG dad bod, Babe Ruth. If you're reading this, ESPN, please make one of the above mentioned players the cover of the Body Issue. I promise there is an audience of appreciative dad-bod loving people out here.And even more after yesterday.Trivia answer: On April 22, 1970, an Al Ferrara homer and Dave Campbell single were all that stood between Seaver having a 19-strikeout game and Seaver having a 19-strikeout no-hitter. But the San Diego Padres had even more trouble connecting two months later, on June 12, when they drew eight walks in a game against the Pirates, but got no-hit by Dock Ellis, famously under the influence of LSD for the gem. This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit willetspen.substack.com/subscribe
In this episode of Championship Leadership, we interviewed Amy Anderson, a co-founder of Wild Coffee - a Marketing Consulting firm that helps businesses grow better. She will share her journey from working in distinguished companies such as Seventeen Magazines, Calvin Klein, and New York Times to becoming a Marketing Executive of her own company that aims to provide solutions, transformation, and strategies to the business establishment. Amy Anderson will also tell us the inspiration behind the creation of Wild Coffee and reveal her tips on how to make the company flourish beyond revenue. These and more! Tune in!
Rudy Bundini is An American, New York based fashion model, actor and former boxing heavyweight champion. He is known as male model of the year by IMTA. Rudy Bundini has modeled for Nike, Armani, Versace, Calvin Klein, Roger Dubuis, Philipp Plein and Hennessy at numerous runways, campaigns, magazine covers, and billboards. As an actor, He starred at The Beautiful Grind New York as the main actor as well as film: Furious 7 as a beach man directed by James Wan, Ariana Grande music video and TV shows: the real housewives of NY and Younger. Bundini has a master degree in mechanical engineering, he is the former member of the boxing and swimming national team, winning the gold medal as the heavy weight champion in Azerbaijan international boxing tournament. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/steven-cuoco/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/steven-cuoco/support
On today's episode the gang discusses: 1) Kate Moss Admits 1992 Calvin Klein Ad With Mark Wahlberg Left Her Feeling 'Objectified' 2) Britney Spears Slams Mother as Abusive in Recently Deleted Instagram Post 3) Keke Palmer Blames Colorism For Comparisons to Zendaya on Social Media
Marita Fullinck no iba a dejar que nada ni nadie se pusiera entre ella y sus sueños. En el episodio de hoy, Marita nos cuenta como llego de Villa Mella a Dublin, hogar de las oficinas principales de Google en Europa. Marita descubrió su interés por el mercadeo trabajando en un call center local donde llego a ser gerente a los 22 años. Despues de unos años trabajando, Marita decidio irse a estudiar publicidad y mercadeo en Greenwich College en Inglaterra. Durante su carrera universitaria Marita se capacito en temas de mercadeo digital y programática, una nueva rama de la industria del mercadeo. Estas herramientas permitirían a empresas a mejorar su alcance publicitario y su comprensión de los clientes a través de data y canales digitales emergentes. Antes de llegar a Google, Marita trabajo en varias empresas publicitarias lideres en mercadeo digital con clientes de renombre internacional como eBay, Google, Expedia. Aunque se encontró con obstáculos en su ambiente laboral al ser mujer y latina en Europa, llego a ser una de las únicas mujeres dominicanas en las oficinas de Google en Europa, Asia y el Medio Oriente. Hoy en día trabaja en Google Display y Video 360, una plataforma de mercadeo que le permite a empresas gestionar todos los aspectos de sus campañas publicitarias desde medios, data y diseño creativo. Aquí siente que puede hacer una diferencia a grande escala ya que trabaja con empresas como Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger y Vodaphone, clientes de Google Display y Video 360. “Tu no puede empezar a correr si no batea”, nos cuenta Marita Fullinck. Ciertamente, Marita, vive lo que predica. En este episodio, Marita nos exhorta a lanzarnos y luchar por lograr nuestros objetivos a pesar de tener dudas y obstáculos en el camino. No debemos tenerle miedo a tomar riesgos y empezar desde cero ya que puedes aprender algo de todo trabajo y experiencia laboral. Escucha este nuevo episodio del Podcast “Dominicans en Tech” y suscríbete al newsletter A través de las plataformas de Spotify, Apple Podcast y YouTube puedes escuchar el episodio 38 de “Dominicans en Tech”, una iniciativa del Ministerio de Industria, Comercio y Mipymes (MICM) que cuenta historias de profesionales dominicanos que están creando un alto impacto en el sector tecnológico alrededor del mundo. Además, te invitamos a seguirnos en las plataformas digitales donde nos escuchas y en nuestras redes sociales @DominicansEnTech para acceder a todo el interesante contenido que tenemos.
This episode is being brought to you by Forecast located in Homewood Alabama. Forecast is a hair salon on a mission to shape a movement in the beauty industry focusing on education, fashion, and creativity. Forecast strives to train stylists with the latest in education to provide their guests with the latest trends. Follow them on instagram @forecastsalon or find them online at https://www.forecastsalon.com/ As this podcast goes to air, we are in the waning phase of the moon. We have moved into the sunshine of Leo and we open up Lion's Gate this week, although the height of the Lion's Gate will fall on August 8th. The Lion's Gate is a very potent cosmic time with lots of codes of light and downloads coming in. We will talk more about this on the Energy Focus next week. Join me live for that or catch the replay. The energy of Lion is about courage, grace, and being proud of who you are. Right now is a time to release the limiting beliefs that keep you from aligning with your soul's purpose and the creativity in your life.... which is the subject of today's episode. As you nourish yourself this season, notice your frequency, your radiance. Lift your vibration through this rich energy of your soul, your connection to Mother Earth, the Moon, and the Cosmos. Notice the practices that have been working for you. Notice the strength of your own Intuition and what you need to do to, energetically, to align with your life's purpose. As we move through these comic transitions, now is the time to clean up your energy with an energy clearing session. Schedule one now... in person or online. When you work with the energy body, it helps to release the old patterns and all that old stuff. Empowered Spirit Private Mentoring Program. Schedule a Spiritual Upgrade Breakthrough call with me and let's talk about how my programs can help you. In today's episode, I speak with Rachel Reid Wilkie. We first met Rachel when I interviewed C Von Hassett from Entering the Mind. There was so much to Rachel that we didn't talk about so I asked her to come back on the show. In this episode, we explore how Meditation opens up so much within your consciousness. We talk about creativity, trust, releasing judgment, the truth to who you are, consciousness, expansion of your mind, your values, and your purpose in this crazy world we are all living in. Rachel Reid Wilkie's esteemed 20-year career in fashion culminated in directing Calvin Klein's Global Design Concept Team from New York City. Her direction allowed the brand to articulate, through style, the cultural zeitgeist of the day and its influence on the way today's youth relates to their identity. In her last season at Calvin Klein, Wilkie designed and developed the iconic catwalk denim collection for the renowned and newly appointed creative director, Raf Simons. Rachel went on to take the helm at 7 For All Mankind in Los Angeles, becoming the brand's first woman Creative Director. Years earlier, having left England at the age of twenty-one to pursue a life of fashion in Italy, Rachel's career began auspiciously by assisting Alessandro Dell'Acqua in his formative years before taking on the leading role as head designer of womenswear at Costume National. Rachel was then hand selected to work side by side with the renegade and altogether radical designer Carol Christian Poell, who to this day is still seen as the ultimate maverick of the fashion industry. After honing her talent in Italy, Rachel's expertise was called upon to design bespoke tailoring and custom leather jackets for such influential individuals as Chloë Sevigny, Zendaya, Justin Timberlake, Iggy Pop, Thom Yorke, Jay-Z, amongst numerous others. Rachel has since left fashion to pursue a life led by consciousness, earth awareness, and a full commitment to the Arts. Returning to poetry, an integral part of her creative life since early womanhood, she explores the art of song and its relationship to the word, to writing as a dimension that leads into and shines a light on the inward self. XI, her recently released spoken-song album, denotes the self which continually passes, and the I-entity which is released once inner transformation has begun. This collection of poetry put to song, and illustrated through film, is reflective of her ever-evolving journey of self-realization. Rachel is also dedicated to the highly creative process of navigating her own mind through meditation and movement, these through the practice and movement, these through the practice of Dzogchen and Vinyasa yoga. YouTube Rachael YouTube: XI spokensong EnteringTheMind.com Riot Material Magazine - published by Hassett & Wilkie Instagram - Rachael Instagram - Entering the Mind Meditation and Art, together are the last frontier. Meaning this is the exploration that can open us up to new horizons for where we are all heading right now. As Rachael says, create your daily practice, whatever technique that is for you. Explore your Spirit. Get to know that deeper part of who you are. Check out Rachael's work and Entering the Mind as well. Here's the link to that podcast. If you need help creating that daily practice, that is what I can truly help you with. Schedule a Spiritual Upgrade Breakthrough call with me and let's talk about how my programs can help you. Thanks again for listening. To your Spirit, Terri PS…..Get the Energy Mastery App Follow Terri on Instagram Find her on LinkedIn Episode Credits: Sound Engineer: Laarni Andreshttps://www.facebook.com/laarni.andres.7
Savor the season and also, plan to pack your bags…by listening to episode 111 featuring Sarah Wetenhall: this podcast will take you on a vivid voyage of all things vacation. The former fashion executive turned President and Owner of The Colony Hotel in historic Palm Beach gets into all the details, including the importance of attention to detail, that make the famed big pink building a desired destination and Florida hot spot filled with bespoke activities and experiences and enchanting and elegant eye candy. We start at the beginning, with how Sarah's midwestern roots and background in fashion, working for companies like Calvin Klein, have helped shape the skillset she brings to her work today. We also talk about her early relationship with The Colony, and the days when she and her husband Andrew dreamt up what they'd do to the place, if ever given the chance. Well that dream came true in 2016, and with Sarah at the helm after what she describes as a series of crash courses in food and beverage, housekeeping, facilities, finance, interior design, hospitality and more. Here, she shares her thoughts on branding and brand perception, the interesting and intricate way in which she built her concept for the hotel's look and feel, working with designer Celerie Kemble and the hotel's many fabulous brands and collaborations. We discuss the major moment that Palm Beach is having, and the designers, both national and international, who want to be a part of it all. We talk best advice, best ideas, the importance of listening, learning to manage a staff in the hospitality space, and the hotel's diverse customer. Then there's the hotel's reopening in October, with an exciting new retail experience based on customer desire to "take The Colony home" + a renovation of the space + brand Sarah describes as "a state of mind." We get into favorites, like Swifty's crabcake and her soothing summer read, and discuss all things style, from Palm Beach's unique and whimsical irreverence to Sarah's own personal sense of style. You'll hear about how she dresses for work, her taste in her own home décor, and we wrap with a breakdown about how to make The Colony's coveted style your own, both at home and in your wardrobe. This, and much more. Shop the podcast:The Colony Hotel Good Left Undone by Adriana Trigiani Hermès flavored lipgloss in Rouge Amarelle Liquid I.V. in Golden Cherry flavorDr. Barbara Sturm Glow Drops
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This week we deep dive into the History of Calvin Klein. Calvin was most known for his blue jeans, underwear, and perfumes, but we break down how he got to where he is today, what made him such a controversial designer, and what items you should be on the lookout for in the thrift store for resale. Sign up for our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thriftersvilla Want to support Thrifters Villa without a monthly reoccurring fee? Buy us a coffee! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/thriftersvilla Jenn's Poshmark Closet: https://poshmark.com/closet/savvyoutfitter Daniela's Poshmark Closet: https://poshmark.com/closet/ivynblush Follow us on Instagram: Daniela: https://www.instagram.com/ivynblush Jenn: https://www.instagram.com/thesavvyoutfitter/ Thrifters Villa: https://www.instagram.com/thriftersvilla --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thriftersvilla/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thriftersvilla/support
Erik is redefining the world of fashion through his company Art Hearts Fashion, but before making his mark on the runway, Erik started off as one of those marching band kids — always on the outside looking in. After high school, Erik did a stint with the olympic figure skating team and he began to feel more confident. He would eventually find himself gravitating towards the fashion industry. As he started putting on shows he realized each show would cost over $150k and that it was completely unattainable for most fashion designers. He wanted to create an event that could change the industry. And that led to the creation of Art Hearts Fashion, an event that opens the floor to up and coming designers with shows that cost $15,000–$25,000. And these events have attracted huge names. He's collaborated with the likes of Kendell Jenner and his designers have designed concert wardrobe for pop stars like Ariana Grande and Jennifer Lopez. With his fashion production company, Rosete has been responsible for facilitating some of the most talked about runway shows from Mercedes Benz's show at Lincoln Center in New York in 2013 to the finale show at NYFW following fashion titans Ralph Lauren and Calvin Klein, and even Betsey Johnson's 50th anniversary presentation. https://artheartsfashion.com/ Subscribe to our Newsletter! https://findingfounders.co/subscribe Website: findingfounders.co Follow Sam: https://www.instagram.com/samueldonner/ Follow Finding Founders IG: https://www.instagram.com/findingfounderspodcast/
Jennifer Herrema, 90's icon/singer/producer of Royal Trux goes on deep interconnection lore: John Dean/Watergate family DC politico stories from the vault, Calvin Klein/the manufacturing of heroin chic, Latin American emerald heists, watching the Super Bowl with a dying Timothy Leary, Liquid GHB, The Gaia Hypothesis, John Hinkley's musical career, heavy metal evangelism, Tik Tok, calling the cops and getting yourself arrested, + more from one of the last legends of the American underground
In this episode, Ted Stryker welcomes to the Tuna on Toast studio.... the man who founded Warped Tour, Kevin Lyman!! Kevin tells Stryker about his life pre Warped Tour which included working Lollapalooza. Kevin worked as the artists liaison and stage manager among many of the hats he wore while working Lolla. Kevin tells Stryker about starting Warped Tour in 1995 and being totally broke after the tour. The price of tickets for the festival was $15.00! Kevin talks about talking to Fat Mike from NOFX and Fletcher from Pennywise to lock in their two bands for year two of Warped Tour. Kevin tells Stryker how Calvin Klein was almost the title sponsor before Vans became the main sponsor. Kevin tells Stryker how during the Warped Tour, Sugar Ray started selling 70,000 copies a week of their album Floored. Kevin and Mark McGrath had a chat about not only staying on the tour but continuing to play on the small stage even though the band was exploding with popularity. Kevin and Stryker chat about why Warped Tour took place outside and a daytime festival. He always wanted to pay homage to the past while moving forward. The bands that Kevin Lyman thought were great from day one were My Chemical Romance, Fall Out Boy and AFI. Kevin talks about how Simple Plan played Warped 17 times while Less Than Jake played the festival the most! Kevin tells Stryker that 2017 was the year things on the Warped Tour went wrong, from the weather being terrible to the "youtube culture" to getting death threats on twitter based on some bands that were booked to play or bands that were not thrown off the tour. Kevin talks about losing sleep over the threats made to him and his family. In 2018, USC asked Kevin to teach, he's a full time professor teaching 5 classes! Kevin says "You can do good, and do good business!" When it comes to bands.....he says we need bands to stand for something! Kevin tells Stryker that he is on the board of the unopened Punk Rock Museum. Kevin tell Stryker exclusively that the museum in Vegas will open October 21st, the night before the "When We Were Young" festival kicks off. Kevin talks about Katy Perry being on Warped Tour and how New Radicals were a band that he liked that never got huge. He also was confused why G eazy does not mention his Warped Tour days. Kevin loves Yungblud! Kevin talks about Kid Rock and Limp Bizkit as well. Kevin Lyman is full of so much knowledge and is such a nice and generous dude. Thanks for watching and listening to another episode of Tuna on Toast with Stryker.
Today's guests Kaki McGrath and Lauren Stephens are sisters and also the founders of the popular clothing brand, Dudley Stephens. Dudley Stephens is a family-owned and operated fashion brand that uses fleece to elevate our everyday. Launched in 2015 by Lauren (who handled celebrity dressing and VIP relations at Gucci and Calvin Klein) and Kaki McGrath (who brings a background in sports and entertainment marketing) with their mother, Bonnie, the line has grown from its signature turtlenecks to tops, dresses, and accessories for women, men, and children. The brand is proudly female-founded and run, with styles sourced from innovative recycled materials. Their pieces are sold direct-to-consumer and through select storefronts. Dudley Stephens works hard to promote positive change through initiatives that are authentic to their brand, which you'll hear more about in today's episode. We know listeners will enjoy getting to know Kaki and Lauren throughout this conversation - it's one you will want to share with a friend! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/howdshedothat/support
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My special guest is author Ross Benes who's here to discuss all the weirdness when it comes to sex in our world. Get his book Sex Weird-O-Pedia on Amazon. Sex is the ultimate multidisciplinary subject, and it cannot be confined to a single facet of life. Through a series of amusing tidbits, Sex Weird-o-Pedia will walk you through how sex affects our technologies, economics, politics, religions, and cultures, as well as some strange sex facts that, for better or for worse, will make your conversations memorable to everyone at the party. Bizarre facts include: Which animal species engage in necrophilia Who has done it in outer space Why premature ejaculation has evolutionary advantages How masturbation led to the invention of cereal And more! Knowing that Calvin Klein cologne turns tigers on probably won't help you get laid, but it could prove useful if you're in a conversation needing some pizzazz—or you find yourself in mixed company with a bunch of large cats. Share your thoughts and opinions! Join our new group chat on Telegram - https://t.me/mysteriousradio Visit our home on the web: https://www.mysteriousradio.com Follow us on Instagram @mysteriousradio Follow us on TikTok mysteriousradioTikTok Follow us on Twitter @mysteriousradio Follow us on Pinterest pinterest.com/mysteriousradio Like us on Facebook Facebook.com/mysteriousradio Mysterious Radio is starting a spin off podcast called Paranormal Fears! If you love to hear a sh*t load of in-depth interviews that are ONLY about supernatural phenomena this is your home! New shows are being produced now and will start releasing at the end of this month! Follow 'Paranormal Fears' on any podcast app or Apple Podcasts. Check Out Mysterious Radio! (copy the link to share with your friends and family via text Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The multitasking entrepreneur joins BoF founder and chief executive Imran Amed to discuss the personal and professional journey that led him to co-create the category-disrupting brand Skims with Kim Kardashian. Background: Jens Grede has built some of the most successful direct-to-consumer brands in American fashion. Alongside his wife Emma, he launched Brady with Tom Brady, Good American with Khloe Kardashian, and, of course, Kim Kardashian's category-disrupting Skims. This week on the BoF Podcast, the Swedish-born former ad man joins BoF founder and editor-in-chief Imran Amed to discuss his journey through the fashion industry — from realising one of his early dreams of creating an ad for Calvin Klein to to elevating Skims into a once-in-a generation brand in the vein of Lululemon or Nike's Jordan brand. “I've waited my whole career to be part of a moment like this, and I'm very scared of messing it up,” says Grede. “At the same time, I know that if we stop experimenting, if we stop innovating, that is the fastest way to mess it up.” Key Insights: Cultivating a sense of community is one of the only ways to scale a brand now, according to Grede. Great community starts with creating for yourself: products you like, want to buy and can afford. Grede describes one of his biggest mistakes — attempting to trademark the brand name “Kimono” with Kardashian — as one of the most important moments of his career because of what he learned about community and partnership. He said the Skims team listened, owned the mistake and pivoted. Fashion is at the cusp of a huge change in distribution due to pivots in culture, algorithms and the outsized role of social media. Grede thinks every major fashion brand that has scaled successfully was born in the cracks of a major distribution change. Additional Resources: Skims Plots Its Next Moves: ‘We Don't Have the Luxury of Failing.' Skims recently raised funding at a $3.2 billion valuation. Kim Kardashian and Jens Grede, in an exclusive interview with BoF, explain how the ‘solution wear' empire plans to prove it's more than a pandemic fad. First up: swimwear. The BoF Podcast: Building Disruptive Direct-to-Consumer Brands. The entrepreneurs behind Allbirds, Hims and Hers and Good American outline the keys to their brands' success. Building a DTC Challenger Brand | Download the Case Study. Fashion entrepreneurs need a new playbook to launch, scale and differentiate their companies, as regulations and rising costs mean performance marketing can no longer serve the critical role it once did for DTC brands. Join BoF Professional today using the link here.
Happy Fathers Day to Nick Cannon and Nick Cannon ONLY! In this house (podcast) we celebrate only Nick Cannon on Fathers Day because everyone else is just BORING in comparison, right? Sami Sheen (Charlie & Denise's kid) joins OnlyFans, we're all FREAKING OUT about how Tove Lo's name is pronounced, Molly-Mae gets stuck in another airport and kicked out of a beach club in Dubai (WHY!), Cassie's husband Alex tells Diddy to "move on" (but, like, in a bad way) and we tackle BOTH Ruby/i Roses in a segment called: 'Rubies Rose'. Plus, so many stressful break ups! R.I.P. #Mozalez, #Grause, #NaKnox and congrats to Calvin Klein and his bf for steppin' out! The guy who inspired Ari from Entourage gets married and so does Aziz Ansari! To a forensic data scientist! I know! That's kinda crazy! We're also taking The Psychopath Test aka Jeff Lewis' 25 Things You Don't Know About Me! Call 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, comments & concerns, and we may play your call on a future episode. Support us and get a ton of bonus content over on Patreon.com/WhoWeekly. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Dominique Mangiatordi is CEO and founder of ØPP, a gamification studio based in Belgium and working for clients like Toyota, the International Olympic Committee, Aéroports de Paris, Altran, Ogilvy, ING, Calvin Klein, L'Oreal… His team also launched several successful gamified business apps, like Peak Me Up, Business Royale or Hunterz. He teaches Gamification at Solvay Vietnam, EDHEC Paris and HEC Liège.
Heavenly churches, monastic fashion boutiques, elegantly simple homes, and objects that whisper instead of shout; the works of British architect John Pawson are the textbook definition of great design. On this episode, Dan speaks with Pawson from his studio about his early days soaking up inspiration in Japan, how Calvin Klein changed his life, where he gets his signature white shirts, and advice on how you can convince him to design your next house. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hank Hanegraaff, president of the Christian Research Institute and host of the Bible Answer Man broadcast, reflects on the Calvin Klein ad campaign for Mother's Day 2022. In support of mother's all over the world, Calvin Klein proudly spotlighted the realities of new families. The ad featured Roberto, due to give birth to his and Erika's son Noah—“any day now.” So, here you have a picture of a pregnant man, lying next to his significant other—a woman, or at least someone who at first blush appears to be a woman (who knows?). How did this woman get this man pregnant? How does that work? Well, the reality is that it doesn't. So, Roberto (a biological woman), transfigured into the appearance of a man, must have gotten pregnant through some type of extraordinary measure. One thing that Roberto cannot do, of course, is breast feed their forthcoming infant. Why? During his sex reassignment surgery, Roberto had a double mastectomy. His breasts are gone—although the scars left by their removal are still visible in the Calvin Klein ads. One thing that couldn't be altered, of course, was Roberto's hips. And thankfully so, otherwise it would be transcendently difficult to birth a baby. What Calvin Klein must surely know is that sex refers to biology. To the 23rd chromosome pair. To the DNA written into every cell of the human body. To the reality that biological sex is biologically unchangeable regardless of sex reassignment surgery. One thing is inviolate. While the CK ad features what looks like a man having a baby, the reality is that men do not have wombs—only mother's do.See Christopher Tremogli, “Will Calvin Klein's ‘Pregnant Man' Be Able to Find Baby Formula?,” Washington Examiner, May 12, 2022, https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/will-calvin-kleins-pregnant-man-be-able-to-find-baby-formula
It's been a while since I filled you in on what's been up! This month I've felt really great - in control and level. I'm ready to see what this new month has in store! POSITIVE. I recorded this solo ep starting 5/31 and wrapped up on 6/1. This is a day in the life of getting sh*t done!!! (While also working through a lot of productivity and wellness goals…) In addition to catching up on exciting work news, I talked about my new Rent the Runway collection (out 6/9!), my epic weekend hangover, updates on pregnancy/fertility, my laser treatment and more. This episode is brought to you by Macy's, Just Thrive, Serena & Lily, and Munk Pack. Join Macy's this Pride month as they celebrate love, acceptance, individuality & inclusion. As The Trevor Project's national Pride partner for the fourth year, they've raised over $3.4 million to help more than 53,000 LGBTQ young people in crisis. Help them continue their impact by rounding up your purchase in store or donating online this month to support suicide prevention services for LGBTQ youth. You can also shop LGBTQ-Owned brands & Pride merch from brands like Levi's, Calvin Klein, Coach & more at macys.com/purpose. Just Thrive's breakthrough, award-winning probiotic is the only product on the market that's proven to turn your gut into an antioxidant factory. Save 15% sitewide at justthrivehealth.com by using promo code: WHIT To tuck into your best bed yet, head to serenaandlily.com and use code WITHWHIT for 15% off your next purchase. Munk Pack offers Low-sugar, keto-friendly bars which are plant-based, gluten-free and non-GMO. Get 20% off your first purchase of ANY Munk Pack product by visiting Munkpack.com and entering our code WITHWHIT at checkout. Produced by Dear Media
Adam talks about the new Calvin Klein ad featuring a pregnant man which brings up memories of old commercials. Adam then talks to author Bill Browder about his new book, ‘Freezing Order: A True Story of Money Laundering, Murder, and Surviving Vladimir Putin's Wrath'. Browder talks about being targeted by Putin after he exposed an international money laundering scheme. Adam then revisits an episode of ‘The Man Show' where they parodied ‘The Christopher Lowell Show' and other woman's programming. THANKS FOR SUPPORTING TODAY'S SPONSORS: GoDRPower.com Geico.com Stamps.com enter ADAM PlutoTV.com LifeLock.com enter ADAM
In this special podcast, Chad addresses the truth about why it's very important to pay attention to how the government is handling the baby formula shortage and how it is packaging the story to Americans. How can America bounce back from a baby formula shortage? John Doyle, BlazeTV contributor and breastfeeding expert, joins the podcast and gives his theory behind the baby formula shortage. Ex-White House Press Secretary Psaki is in hot water for spreading misinformation when explaining the baby formula shortage. When will she be fact-checked? CNN+ continues to embarrass itself, and not because it had less than 10,000 viewers, but because it sent gift baskets to laid-off employees welcoming them into the company. Calvin Klein joins the woke company list by having a trans man pose for Mothers' Day. Today's Sponsor: Inflation is at a 40 year high… Investors are selling stocks like crazy… And volatility is up 50% over the last month. Diversifying with art isn't new. The ultra-wealthy have done it for centuries. And with Masterworks you can too. Join over 330,000 members, and get priority access to Masterworks with my unique link: Go to http://Masterworks.ART/CHAD. See important disclosures at http://Masterworks.io/disclaimer. iTarget will help you develop muscle memory, sharpen target reaction speed, sight alignment, trigger function, and more. iTarget Pro comes in all the major calibers including .223 so you can stay sharp with almost any firearm. Go to http://iTargetPro.com, right now, and SAVE 10% PLUS, GET FREE SHIPPING with the offer code CHAD. When a cyber-criminal sneakily worms his way onto your home's title, he'll take out loan after loan using your home's equity. Then he'll vanish -- leaving you to prove you didn't commit fraud. Go to http://HomeTitleLock.com and read the testimonials from retired FBI Agents and others. Then register your home address to see if you're already a victim. And when you protect your home... tell 'em CHAD sent you for 30 free days of protection. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices