This was a real treat to have such a lengthy chat with Graham Jarvis. We caught up with Graham a couple of weeks ago while he is currently recovering from a knee injury that has currently seen him off the bike for an extended period of time. Graham is someone who I have wanted to interview for a while now, as his ability in enduro are clear for everyone to see. Most people know Graham comes from a trials background so I was keen to explore those early days which are meaningful achievements in their own right, it's just that they have been somewhat dwarfed by his career 2.0 in hard enduro. We discuss the transition from trials to enduro and what advice he would give to aspiring riders and reflect on his many achievements in the enduro world as a multiple winner of the Red Bull Romaniacs, Ezberg, and Sea to Sky as well as Hells Gate. We look at the approach to events and how that differs between the two disciplines. We round it out with a chat about what is next for Graham and discuss his Race Team, Clothing Line, Signature Tours and training programs. Ladies and gentleman, I give you my chat with Graham Jarvis. Link to Jitsie Scott Trial Coverage: https://www.jitsie.com/en/ Contact the Podcast: Email: email@example.com Facebook Group: Trials Australia Podcast Community Instagram: trialsauspodcast TikTok: @trials_aus_podcast
TSN Hockey Analyst Mike Johnson joined the OverDrive guys today as NHL camps open up across the league with their media days. He touched on the Justin Bieber-Maple Leafs clothing line, Morgan Rielly's contract status & the Rasmus Dahlin contract signing in Buffalo.
In this episode Shaan (@ShaanVP) reveals the creation of the first My First Million NFT. Sam (@theSamParr) and Shaan also talk about Laird Hamilton's Superfood company, whether people should lie more, and they share their reactions to an recent twitter thread. They close out the episode with ideas around other niches Figs could work for, opportunities with crypto conferences, and in creating retreats. --------- * The MFM NFT - https://bit.ly/MFM-NFT * Stripe for Vice - https://twitter.com/mrskylor/status/1437182707675504640 * Want to be featured in a future episode? Drop your question/comment/criticism/love here: https://www.mfmpod.com/p/hotline/ * Support the pod by spreading the word, become a referrer here: https://refer.fm/million * Have you joined our private Facebook group yet? Go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/ourfirstmillion and join thousands of other entrepreneurs and founders scheming up ideas. --------- Show notes: * (1:53) Laird Hamilton's publicly traded company * (6:04) The battery theory * (10:17) The MFM NFT * (14:08) The Stripe for vice story * (20:00) Should people lie more? * (23:32) Figs for construction * (35:40) Meet George Barber * (37:12) Meow Wolf for immersive experiences * (41:11) Two bit circus * (44:15) The big opportunities with crypto conferences * (47:29) Event & retreat opportunities * (51:36) What success can look like in VC
My guest is Landon Pollard, an 18 year-old entrepreneur who has created a new clothing line called FNMB, For the Name on My Back. Your Name. Your legacy. Sit back and hear the why behind this new brand he created to help anyone and everyone become their best self. SHOP NOW #fnmb #ForTheNameOnMyBack #justdoit #ParrishPodcast #ParrishTheThoughtPodcast #ParrishTheThought #LandonPollard #Pollard33 #YourNameYourLegacy #YourBestSelf #BecomeYourBestSelf --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/parrishthethought/message
Olga and her team run have a homegrown clothing line and Etsy is the platform they use to launch it. Listen to hear this unique perspective what a clothing business can accomplish on Etsy. For more information visit Connect with me on Instagram
Julia's Random Thoughts! Tony Ortega, creator of the Underground Bunker joins the show to talk about everything Scientology! Hollywood Speak: Arod is posting photos that are just downright sad.
Kiane von Mueffling is the founder of Sold Out NYC, a clothing company by women for women. What started as a movement has also become a matter of comfort and style. Kiane's journey to becoming an entrepreneur is anything but conventional. From Managing Director at Citibank to becoming a SoulCycle Instructor to founding Sold Out NYC, Kiane has followed her happiness while still flexing her creative and marketing skillsets. Tune in to hear her story as well as her plan of attack on mainstream retail.Subscribe to Ideamix Radio and stay tuned for new episodes every Thursday. On Ideamix Radio we speak with entrepreneurs, solopreneurs, career changers, experts, and enthusiasts for insider tips that help you build the life, business, and career you want. Ideamix is the go-to destination for entrepreneurs to turn their idea into a business. Check out our website at www.theideamix.com. For comments, questions, podcast guest ideas or sponsorship inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
I'm talking with Adrian Espinoza this week about his clothing line, Succes. I met Adrian a few years ago in California when we were both journalists working for competing television stations. He shares how his company has grown and tells us about some of his future projects. Plus, he's answering your questions. Join us!----Find Adrian's Clothing Line at www.instagram.com/succes.co---- Carlos Tonight is written and produced by Carlos CorreaCarlos Tonight Theme by Sken Galis----www.carlostonight.com
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis don't believe in bathing every day, Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner fight over toys, and you'll never guess who's hubby was creeping on Britney Spears' Instagram! Tune in to today's Dish Nation for a servin' of our celeb dish!
Vover's own former professional footballer, Jordan Stewart, & former NFL Linebacker, Dan Skuta, discuss their history of business ventures & branding deals that they experienced while playing. They offer up advice for current athletes on how to handle the various opportunities that present themselves over the years. Jordan talks about the enormous upfront costs associated with the clothing line (Lescott Stewart) that he started and Dan sets the record straight regarding his battle with the NFL over a specific trademark that he owned. Hosts: Jordan Stewart, Daniel SkutaVoice your thoughts on this episode by downloading the Vover app here!
Chapter 1: There is an Australian company that is picking up the tab on a pretty big fine after misleading the public about a new clothing line that they claimed could prevent the spread of COVID-19. Guest: Raji Sohal, CKNW Contributor Chapter 2: Erin O'Toole's office gave nearly $240,000 worth of taxpayer-funded contracts to Conservative insiders in his first six months on the job, Global News has learned, even while O'Toole and many of his MPs were hammering the Trudeau Liberals for sending taxpayer-funded contracts to Liberal-connected firms. Guest: David Akin, Global News Chief Political Correspondent. Chapter 3: With the several wildfires burning in BC, what may be the long-term effects on the environment, and people? Plus, it's been more than five weeks since the southern half of B.C. received its last rainfall. Guest: Lori Daniels, UBC Forestry Professor. Chapter 4: It's the return of our Whitecaps segment! Today we have a very special guest. Guest: Andy Rose, Midfielder for the Whitecaps Chapter 5: With BC continuing to move through the phases of it's restart plan, what is next for entertainment industries like film, TV, and live music? Our listener question today is asking you, if you are ready to gather in a huge crowd to watch a concert. Guest: Prem Gill, CEO of Creative BC. Chapter 6: Should we be modifying how, where, and when we exercise based on air quality? Guest: Dr. Michael Koehle, UBC Professor, physician and scientist See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Meet Cindy George, Independent Stylist and Recruiter for J. Hilburn, with 11 custom categories for fit and fashion menswear line. Host Carol Anglin talks with Cindy about this unique clothing line and all that great clothes can do for our persona and brand. Does what we wear impact our mental and emotion health? Absolutely! Listen in to learn how. If you have less to look at, you have more to wear! When clothing is customized, the right neckline, arm length, and torso doesn't mean you have to sacrifice the overall fit of the shirt. Now that people are getting back out to work, many items in your closet may no longer fit. What to do? Unless you look like a 'standard-sized' man, shopping for clothes is difficult at regular stores. Working with a consultant also gives you another set of eyes, with a current understanding of fit and how your clothing can be customized to achieve the very best you possible!Ladies, when you're shopping for men, working with Cindy couldn't be easier! Cindy can ensure that the item you're wanting to purchase for your man will fit his body, work with his color schemes, and be an update asset for his wardrobe. To work with Cindy George, 214-534-1992, CindyGeorge.jhilburn.com cindy.george@JHilburnPartner.com. Ready to Network? Join Carol at Around North Texas Networking Group, a vibrant group of 30-40 professionals that want to meet YOU every Friday from 10-11. Meet them at Main Event Frisco.Master Networks every Wednesday from 11-12 at 25 North Coworking Space in Frisco off Main.To schedule an appointment with Carol for health assessments, nutritional support, and wellness programs, call 469-964-1183 or go to LivingWellWithCarol.com. Discover the health benefits of Doterra product lines at MyDoterra.com/LivingWellWithCarol.Subscribe to the OBBM Network Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeart, Google Podcasts and more.Click here to get Living Well With Carol Podcast on Spotify.——————Listen to more on these business topics:Local AllenBusinesses: http://bit.ly/PowerGroupAllenPodcastBrandStrategy: http://bit.ly/BizVisionaryMusicTherapy: http://bit.ly/PPP-podcastBrought to you by: 1Stop IT Solutions, 469-590-7790Minuteman Press Frisco, 469-294-0702Support the show (https://offbeatbusiness.com/sign-up/#join)
I've been following the Naptown Collective for a while, its caught my eye pretty early & always held my interest for many reasons. The art, the clothes, the name, & what they represent has always kept me tuned in & excited while watching the clothing line develop & grow over for years! I was very excited to finally sit down with Elliott for the first time while he was visiting Indy from his new home in NY. It was great to discover that we had alot more in common than I imagined, and that he really is for the culture as much as his brand suggests. Elliott is a very motivated, passionate, & artistic person & The Naptown Collective is an amazing line that will be around for years and years to come. Hope you all enjoy this interview as much as I did! Follow Naptown Collective at: twitter.com/thenaptownclvte instagram.com/thenaptowncollective https://www.thenaptowncollective.net/ Follow Drayco at: twitter.com/DraycoMcCoy instagram.com/draycomccoy babyguillotine.com side note: this podcast was recorded and mixed by me, the cover art & the beat in the intro were also made by me! Spread Positivity, Stay Healthy, & Lastly, Tell Somebody You Love Them Today
Episode 136 - [Replay] How to Start a Fashion Business from Home. This is a Episode Replay of one of our most listened episodes. How to Start a Clothing Line from Home. Read more: https://ebooks4fashion.com/2018/07/27/start-a-clothing-line-from-home/ Start4Fashion - Online Course. Enroll Now > https://fashionmarketing.biz/p/start4fashion FREE Resources to Start or Grow a Fashion Business > https://ebooks4fashion.com/free-resources-to-grow-your-fashion-business/ Ebooks and Online Courses > https://ebooks4fashion.teachable.com/courses Coaching Session 1:1 > https://ebooks4fashion.teachable.com/p/skyrocket-your-fashion-business-1-1-coaching-consultancy For any questions please send me a message to email@example.com or please visit Ebooks4Fashion.com or send me here a Vocal Message. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ebooks4fashion/message
#135 - [REPLAY] Our Most Downloaded Episode. From Episode 21 - How to Start a Clothing Line, a Jewelry Line, a Lingerie Line, a Shoe Line, a Handbags Line or any kind of Fashion Product Business. This Episode is recorded from an Instagram Live series. Want to learn more? Grab your Copy and use code HAPPYVALENTINE to get $5 OFF at your Check Out > https://ebooks4fashion.teachable.com/p/how-to-start-a-clothing-line For more Info: Ebooks4Fashion.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ebooks4fashion/message
*** Show Notes ***The Clothing Brand Marketing System: https://clothingbrandmarketing.com/Design Crowd (DISCOUNT CODE - "APPAREL"): https://www.designcrowd.com/apparelBook A Brand Review: https://www.apparelsuccess.com/Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/243380772810772/QUESTION — Have a question about how to run your clothing brand? Post in comments section of this video!About This Video:In this entrepreneur vlog, Rob shares clothing line advice for fashion brands and t shirt businesses looking to take their clothing brand to the next level. Every clothing brand startup that is successful with marketing eventually reaches a dilemma of how to process orders and maintain their brands growth simultaneously. This video will help teach you how to start a clothing line and transition it into a smooth operation. It will teach you when it is the right time to hire employees so that you can focus on growing your clothing brand by mastering social media marketing. This video is for clothing brands, clothing lines, fashion brands, fashion lines, t shirt businesses, t shirt brands, streetwear brands, print on demand (POD), dropshipping and beyond!
WE Trendy Store launched its automated e-commerce solutions. The company provides branded products and e-commerce software solutions to help clients start online apparel businesses. Go to https://webizyu.com (https://webizyu.com) to learn more.
Being an entrepreneur can be completely exhausting. And even more so during this pandemic. Not being able to get that human contact we always long for with our team or clients, having to do EVERYTHING online. These situations can lead us not only to isolation, but to the point of not being able to think about other things...and it can often cause us to miss out regularly on having a good night's sleep. In today's episode of The Frame of Mind Coaching™ Podcast, I am SUPER EXCITED to be coaching Connor Griggs, CEO and Founder of Earth conscious lifestyle brand, Tropical Tundra, offering clothing that protects rainforest ecosystems and indigenous communities.Connor and I had a very interesting conversation about how a spiritual awakening led him to turn his life around and create a psychedelic clothing line, why balance is not the goal, how to stay present, and the importance of having a coach in your journey as a business owner. And...I explain the H.EA.L. principle to him and what the acronym is all about.Tune in and join us!https://www.frameofmindcoaching.com/the-frame-of-mind-coaching-podcastRead this episode's transcript here.Is your business keeping you up at night? Are you having trouble handling isolation? Let's talk! If there's a challenge you'd like to talk about on the podcast or privately, please reach out to me at:firstname.lastname@example.org
The first item in the Yeezy Gap collection has been released - and it's already sold out! Chris & Lisa are talking fashion in the latest Trends in 10. Every afternoon at 5:05pm, Chris & Lisa from The Afternoon Mix play Trends in 10 on 101.9fm The Mix in Chicago. They'll give you a trending topic and you'll have ten seconds to name ten things in that topic. Ready to play? Listen live at wtmx.com or with the free Mix App available in the App Store and on Google Play.
Priscilla Kavanaugh had heard enough of the word "bossy" when she decided to launch her online store, Bonjour, Boss. Having worked for others in the fashion industry for years, Priscilla left that behind to pursue her dreams of starting a business of her own. As a self-proclaimed "Bravoholic" (someone mildly obsessed with all things Bravo TV), Priscilla's final straw was when Kameron Westcott, The Real Housewives of Dallas, made a comment during Watch What Happens Live, calling Dr. Tiffany Moon "bossy". What came next was the launch of Bonjour, Boss, and Priscilla's signature Boss Not Bossy line of apparel! The shop has only grown, having received the attention and praise from actor Katherine Heigl who says, "I just started following this gal and I’m telling you...she’s amazing! Every single quote she posts bolsters my spirit and self-worth. Her account inspires the hell out of me and is the perfect way to start my day. Oh and she makes me laugh too...a lot! Thank you @shopbonjourboss for this incredible show of support for all us ladies out here just trying to figure it out."Follow Priscilla's journey at @bonjourbitchesblog, and shop the store @shopbonjourboss!http://www.confessionalmagazine.com#bonjourboss #bossnotbossy #feminsit #clothingline #katherineheigl #wwhl #kameronwestcott #tiffanymoon #rhod #realhousewivesofdallas #watchwhathappenslive Support the show (https://paypal.com/ConfessionalMagazine)
Cultural appropriation is a controversial topic in the world of arts and entertainment. When an art form or style has specific ethnic roots, when and how is it appropriate for people from other cultures to partake? Mapate Diop is the co-founder of DIOP, a company that makes streetwear inspired by the African Diaspora. He discusses the issue with Seth and Becky of The D Brief.
How Many Styles Should I Have On My Clothing Line? I get this question a lot. While there’s no perfect answer, this episode will give you a few guidelines. First...There’s a difference between the number of styles and the number of pieces you have to show a customer (or a retail store buyer). You can have 5 styles, each in 3 colors, which will give you 15 pieces for a buyer to choose from. That’s a nice selection... More show notes available here: https://fashionbrainacademy.com/how-many-styles-should-be-on-your-clothing-line Follow Jane on Instagram: @janehamillchi Follow Jane on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/janehamillbusiness Download my free fabric guide to find wholesale fabrics in small quantities: https://fashionbrainacademy.com/fabric-sourcing/
Youth In Entrepreneurship A Fireside Chat With Bro YBG and Sis IamDezire Founders of Yung Black Gods Clothing Line. This Powerful Episode deals with inspiring the dreams of your youth and backing your children up to make it be a reality. Bro YBG had a vision of a clothing line, wanted to be a clothing designer. With the Help of His Mom Sis IamDezire and Bro Ben X also Markee Murphy this dream was realized and made manifest. This Clothing Line is a fulfillment of a vision turned reality and is a powerful statement a mantra calling other young Black Youth to the true destiny of Godhood. We Loved every moment of this show please go support Bro YBG and Sis IamDezire at https://www.ybgmerch.com Also Check Out The Live Show on Youtube at this link. https://youtu.be/_Wg5Di9mcB8 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mindsparkcreations/support
My boy Juanny Burrage from the brand new Macclife Clothing line calls in and shares his story, we talk about the power and advantages of social media, and the impact of 2020. This episode contains many classic MKE LOUD tracks, enjoy the show!RED ROOM RETURNS THIS FALLSocial Media: @loudradiopodcast @sheedfarra @unclemacc414Music By:SOT- Gas on EMarshen McClinton- Hulu x LoungeFrame James ft Damo Payne- Gettin OffD.Mayo- DruggieProject Trell- Chicken ShackP. Tae- Ms StrangeBrav3 ft Jayare Simelton- KWIWTay2Cold- EffortlessBlkShaggy- Big Bro
Heather currently crafts her beautiful pieces in South Portland but before starting her business and starting her family here in Maine she lived in Northern California. She attended a pattern-making school in San Francisco and learned how to make her own patterns. She learned how to bring her ideas to life.She was a photographer and film archivist prior to taking the leap of faith of starting her fashion journey. Her focus is on slow fashion and bringing free movement, comfort, and beauty to her customer's wardrobes. Her pieces are in a handful of stores in Maine and she has an online store. She launches new pieces every season but the intention behind her line is that every piece can be worn any time of year.Her studio is located in South Portland and she also homeschools her kids in the back of her studio. She wears many hats by continuing to grow her brand and tending to her three boys (husband and kids) she loves dearly.You can check out herself clothing on Facebook and Instagram.Photos of Heather and herself clothing were taken by Elle Darcy.The featured musician of the episode if Renee Coolbrith and she is from Portland, Maine. Her latest single All I Need is showcased at the end of the episode.
Learn how to live your purpose and do what you're meant to do by listening to stories from other yoga teachers, healers, and coaches about how they first got started. You'll learn what they did to first make money, how they actually got started, and how they overcame their struggles along the way. Today we hear from yoga teacher, coach and founder of the clothing line Moon Tribe, Simona Schimanovich. You'll discover: How Simona overcame being rejected by yoga studios several times when she first started teaching What Simona did to start teaching in the best studios in Amsterdam and get on the cover of Yoga Journal Magazine How she had to courage to follow the calling to move to a different country without having a plan other than an intuitive knowing When you stay connected to your vision, you can be more intuitively in the moment! ************************************* Want more inspiration? Join the Curious Monki Newsletter! https://www.subscribepage.com/cmnewsletter You can also find me on Instagram @curiousmonki
In today's episode Julia & Erin talk all about their upcoming projects. For Erin that's launching a clothing line and for Julia it's a new floral series! Both Gesso Girls talk through what goes into all the behind the scenes of this process, but mostly this is a casual conversation between two friends and we hope you find it fun and entertaining!
Much Love Clothing. Dawson Co Homes. Jon Dawson Perspective Podcast. TikTok-@thejondawson Jon is thriving & is only scratching the surface. We get to know Jon on another level as well as hearing his thoughts on race in America. Opinions are strong in this one, CANT MISS!Support the show (http://paypal.me/LucasHemenway)
Let's talk about the 6 different types of customers and why they matter to you. Now. I'm basing this on my own personal experience. If you know me, you know that I was 25 years old when I opened up a retail store in Chicago, I designed all of the clothing in the store. And when I opened that up, I had no idea what I was doing. I mean, no idea. I didn't know how to run a business. I opened up a boutique without a back room, without a place for backstock without a place for my team to have lunch. Total newbie. But I quickly learned how to read the people who came into my shop and understand how to sell to them. This episode covers the different types of shoppers - for ANY product - and how to deal with them. Enjoy! www.fashionbrainacademy.com
The Michelle Lynette is a poet-- a business woman-- and an inspirational leader. On this episode of The Insomnicat Show, we're going to chat about her roots, the inspiration behind her poetry, overcoming adversity, thriving, giving back... there's so much here. We'll even chat about the best times to write. Who is Michelle? She is a native Houstonian who has a beautiful love for the arts and people. Michelle was introduced to the world of arts at an early age by her mother and grandmother who had a pressing hand on her being apart of various extra-curricular activities until she made her own connection with what she enjoyed most - writing, fashion, and acting. This fun and motivational chat will kick start your day and get you feeling energized. Learn More About Michelle (and her new fashion line!): https://www.themichellelynette.com/ https://www.instagram.com/themichellelynette/ https://www.facebook.com/TheMichelleLynette/
Scott and Gina Davis are founders of Dog Threads, a clothing line for dogs and their owners. In this episode, Gina tells us how she used her background in fashion to create a successful ecommerce brand that specialized in matching clothes for dog lovers. Listen to how she handles the designs, inventory, marketing and more. […] The post EU210: How Gina Davis Used Her Background in Fashion to Create a Dog Clothing Line appeared first on eCommerce Uncensored.
in this episode i'm speaking on Miley Cyrus Showing Off Her Lil Nas X 'Satan Shoes'+It's time to talk about Biggie's 666 clothing line --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Thanks again for listening to the No Guidance Podcast, you can find our page on IG @noguidancepodcast51. You can find Kobes IG @kobeafterdark and his clothing brand @sunsetstudios.us Ccartezian's IG is @ccartezian @chris.mandapat Berada's IG @berada51 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Today I am chatting with my friend Balim Tezel, she recently launched her first clothing line, Nus, and has previously interned at Vogue Turkey & Popsugar. Balim and I explore the ins and outs of starting a company from scratch and she shares the actual CRAZY way she got an internship in college. Hope you all enjoy it! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bitchworkpodcast/support
Have you ever thought about starting your own clothing line? This week, we're talking with someone who actually did it! Joanne Jarrett started Shelfie Shoppe, a line of "street legal pajamas" after years of searching for loungewear she wouldn't be afraid to answer the door in! We also talk about my appearance on her podcast, my love of birds, and a fun girls' night that involves...dentistry? Joanne Jarrett is a family physician on her 17th year of maternity leave. She hosts the Fancy Free Podcast, where she and her guests share their most embarrassing funny stories. And as someone who is always looking to be super cozy at home, she designed a line of "street-legal pajamas". She and her husband run a mobile endodontics practice together, so she is also a reluctant office manager and part-time dental assistant. They have two teenage daughters and live in rural Montana. For the comfiest (and most practical) loungewear you've ever worn, visit shelfieshoppe.com and use code EVERYDAY for free shipping. For full links and resources from this episode, please visit the shownotes on our website. youreverydaystyle.com/episode94 Grab your FREE Mini Capsule Wardrobe Guide, and make 30 outfits out of just 10 pieces. bit.ly/30from10
XFL Files New Trademark For “He Hate Me”, Potential Clothing Line, MLFB Provides Update On 2021 Spring Season, Tim Tebow Retires From Baseball, Could XFL Be In His Future?, FCF Week 2 Recap, and more. Plus, your social, emails, and an exclusive interview with Finn the dog! Discord: https://discordapp.com/invite/PnA5JjJ Show notes: https://xflnewshub.com/xfl-podcast/
Excited to have him on the Podcast. Listen to this in-depth interview Music, Weight loss & Clothing line. Follow his music https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TVPCNju0mKo --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/goddess-mouzon/support
Atlas Menswear founder Aaron Woolf has been athletic his whole life. Although this father of 4 has been an entrepreneur in other industries since 2014, he never thought he’d get into fashion. But he was fed up with dress shirts that didn’t fit his muscular build. And when he started talking to other men at the gym about the issue, Aaron discovered that he wasn’t the only one who wanted a muscular men’s clothing line. In this episode of the Successful Fashion Designer Podcast, Aaron and designer Jessica Dixon share the steps they took to get from that first idea to a product they’re proud to produce for other athletic and muscular men. For the complete show notes, including links to the resources mentioned, head over to Successful Fashion Designer!
In this episode we share how the Awear team created the Sahara Collection using values of community, awareness and sustainability. From moving production into California to sleeping on sand dunes, this episode takes you behind the scenes of our latest production run. Enjoy! Shop the Sahara Collection - https://awear-apparel.com/ Awear Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/awearapparel/
The Episode: TW: Abusive Relationships & Eating Disorders Mik Zazon, body positive activist and creator of #NormalizeNormalBodies, is on today’s podcast and we could not be more grateful and appreciative of her openness and honesty. Mik shares her story from overcoming an abusive relationship and eating disorders to becoming a voice of body positivity and a powerful role model on social media. She inspires us with her tips for communicating boundaries with family and her mission to elevate other voices through her platform. We Also Talk About: Mental Health Orthorexia and Creating a Healthier Relationship with Healthy Food Coping Mechanisms Diet Culture & White Supremacy & The Lack of Education regarding Health Body Diversity in Media Categories and Labeling within the Body Positivity Movement Calling In vs. Calling Out Changing Your Appearance Accutane and Acne Botox and Fillers Resources: Instagram: @mikzazon TikTok: @MikkZazon Mik’s Youtube Channel Mik’s Clothing Line
Juan Pablo Martínez is a Colombian designer who has worked in sustainability for more than ten years, and in the fashion industry for more than two decades. One of the first sustainable designers in Latin America, he has also designed for Christian Lacroix, owned a successful boutique, shown his designs at a New York fashion show, and now he works to help educate brands on sustainable fashion. He has consistently found ways to succeed in all of his endeavors, and in this interview he shares all of the valuable lessons he’s learned over his prolific career. For the complete show notes, including links to the resources mentioned, head over to Successful Fashion Designer!