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K11 Konversations
K11 Konversations: Artisanship in Fashion Beyond Time

K11 Konversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 29:49


How does our relationship to fashion change over time? Fashion is woven into the fabric of daily life. Time inevitably shapes our experiences of clothing — from how we access a garment to its choice of silhouette, colour, and textile. Presented at K11's The Love of Couture: Artisanship in Fashion Beyond Time, the capsule collection from the V&A, the world's leading museum of art, design, and performance, offers a fascinating glimpse into the history of British and French womenswear from the 1830s to 1960. In this K11 Konversation, Dr. Claire Allen-Johnstone, Project Curator from the V&A, speaks with Jian DeLeon on the rich history behind the collection. Listen to find out why wedding dresses used to have more than one function, what unexpected materials were used in 19th-century dresses, the distinction between couture and haute couture, and the many changes in fashion history spurred by technological innovation and social change. Learn how the legacy of this historical collection continues today, as six contemporary designers present their bespoke responses to the V&A collection at The Love of Couture exhibition, creating further connections across time and place. Discover the artisanship of fashion today!

San Jose Sharks Gameday Podcast
01 - 07 - 23 Linus Ullmark - BOS - Save - On - Couture - At - End - Of - Game

San Jose Sharks Gameday Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 0:19


01 - 07 - 23 Linus Ullmark - BOS - Save - On - Couture - At - End - Of - Game by San Jose Sharks

Causons Couture
Causons couture - Hors-série couture thérapie #4 : Marina, rééducation de l'AVC par la couture, passion de la musique et du dessin.

Causons Couture

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 32:10


 Marina m'a contacté suite à mon appel à témoignage sur la couture thérapie.Elle a été victime d'un AVC, accident vasculaire cérébral.Rapidement rentrée chez elle, sa vie à l'arrêt, elle décide enfin de prendre en main sa machine à coudre pour tuer le temps.C'est le début d'une nouvelle passion en mode rééducation.Passionnée de musique, elle se découvre manuelle et se passionne également pour le dessin. Son compte InstagramSon compte DeezerSupport the show -------------------- Musique : https://audiojungle.net/item/upbeat-happy-summer-acapella/21958068------------------------ Support the show

SBS Punjabi - ਐਸ ਬੀ ਐਸ ਪੰਜਾਬੀ
'Culture to couture': Surjeet Bawa talks about her journey into the fashion world - ਆਸਟ੍ਰੇਲੀਆ ਦੇ ਬਹੁ-ਸਭਿਆਚਾਰਕ ਫੈਸ਼ਨ ਸ਼ੋਆਂ ਲਈ ਕਪੜੇ ਡੀਜ਼ਾਈਨ ਕਰਨ ਵਾਲੀ ਸੁਰ

SBS Punjabi - ਐਸ ਬੀ ਐਸ ਪੰਜਾਬੀ

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 11:37


Best known for reflecting cultural elements in her couture, Indian-origin designer Surjeet Bawa talks about her craft and how she travelled the world to create a niche in the fashion industry. - ਸਿਡਨੀ ਨਿਵਾਸੀ ਸੁਰਜੀਤ ਬਾਵਾ ਨੇ ਭਾਰਤ ਦੇ ਕਈ ਨਾਮਵਰ ਫੈਸ਼ਨ ਸ਼ੋਆਂ ਵਿੱਚ ਕਪੜੇ ਡਿਜ਼ਾਈਨ ਕੀਤੇ ਹੋਏ ਹਨ। ਪਰ ਹਾਲ ਵਿੱਚ ਹੀ ਆਸਟ੍ਰੇਲੀਆ ਵਿਚਲੇ ਬਹੁ-ਸਭਿਆਚਾਰਕ ਸ਼ੋਆਂ ਵਿੱਚ ਭਾਗ ਲੈਣ ਵਾਲੇ ਭਾਰਤੀ ਮੂਲ ਦੇ ਮਾਡਲਾਂ ਲਈ ਕਪੜੇ ਡਿਜ਼ਾਈਨ ਕਰਨ ਦਾ ਤਜ਼ਰਬਾ ਵਿਲੱਖਣ ਰਿਹਾ ਹੈ।

Bloody Elbow Presents
The MMA Depressed-us 71 Holiday Film Tradition | Antidote (2018) Watch Party Starring Randy Couture

Bloody Elbow Presents

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 100:37


More time off for the #UFC means more time on for the MMA Depressed-us. Each year, when the world's largest #MMA promotion takes a little time away from their breakneck schedule for the holidays, we like to take a little break from our own schedule of watching the best of the worst fights we can find. Instead, we like to take this time to remember that there's so much more to life than just bagging on bad fights. There are lots of bad movies starring fighters that we can make fun of too. Few men have provided more joy in that arena than a former multiple-time UFC champion and MMA legend: Randy 'The Natural' Couture. Starting his film career out with respectable projects like 'Redbelt' and 'The Expendables' Franchise, #Couture has quickly made the seemingly fulltime move to direct-to-video, Z-level action movies. We've pulled up one of his latest gems, 'Antidote'(2018), co-starring (occasionally featuring) his wife, Mindy Robinson, and with a whole heaping portion of Chuck Zito on the side. If you're on the fence on this one, check out the 2:08 trailer here: https://youtu.be/7QlfPLklyyQ and read the movie synopsis which is as follows: Dispatched to a village plagued by a deadly disease, an altruistic doctor, Anna (Natali Yura) and her fiancé, Manuel (Rafael de la Fuente) work tirelessly to relieve the suffering of the villagers. They soon come to learn that the villagers believe the 'White Witch' brought the deadly disease. To save themselves and the village, Anna and Manuel are forced to team up with Victor (Randy Couture, THE EXPENDABLES 3) a cocky treasure hunter, who only wants to find the 'Lost City of Gold'. The trio realize that the White Witch and the Golden City are viciously interconnected and that they must join forces to uncover the Mayan legend of the White Witch to have any hope of surviving. Also starring Chuck Zito, Wil Travel (“Jessica Jones”) and Mindy Robinson (aka: Mrs. Randy Couture). Released In Theatres on December 14th, 2018 © 2018 Gravitas Ventures 'TOMATOMETER' via rottentomatoes.com 0 Reviews – Fewer than 50 Ratings 29% AUDIENCE SCORE imdb.com – 2.7 stars out of 10 You can watch the whole film, just like we did, for free over on YouTube, and follow along by hitting play at the beginning of the video when Zane says “Go.” YT LINK TO THE MOVIE IN ITS ENTIRETY: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l1YJ7bgs00s TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 INTRO 0:25 BANTER – SEGUE INTO TOPIC AT HAND 2:28 ACTOR REVEAL 3:37 MOVIE REVEAL 5:29 WHERE TO WATCH 6:40 ZANE'S COUNTDOWN TO SYNC UP 6:49 GO!!! 1:35:22 POST SHOW BANTER 1:38:58 WRAP UP 1:39:32 OUTRO If you enjoy our variety of shows, please “heart" us here on SC, or "like" & share over or on your BE Presents Podcast platform of choice: * YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BloodyElbowPresents * Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bloody-elbow-presents/id984162015 * iHeartRadio: www.iheart.com/podcast/269-Blood…Presents-30639274 * Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/55S2dpKYVqndaPTUojkELm?si=oGGPZ4kESkWZigLNnEg1ug * Stitcher: www.stitcher.com/podcast/bloody-e…esents?refid=stp * TuneIn: https://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports--Recreation-Podcasts/Bloody-Elbow-Presents-p1190843/ * OverCast: overcast.fm/itunes984162015/bloody-elbow-presents * Player FM: player.fm/series/bloody-elbow-presents * & Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/b53e5086-2334-497c-82c0-24ddb5e0cfbb/Bloody-Elbow-Presents For previous episodes, check out our playlists on any of our BE Presents channels.

Paid in Exposure Photography Podcast
Better Assist Your Clients Wedding Planner | Ep 141 feat Sharee of Couture Events

Paid in Exposure Photography Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 69:09


Wedding Planner Sharee Allen of Couture Events stops by to share some insight on how Wedding Photographers can better assist Planners for an amazing Wedding Day.1:30 Welcome in Sharee Allen of Couture Events - 3:30 Lessons of Banquet Service - 11:30 True Self Care is a Accomplishment - 21:00 Why Conferences in Your Industry is Important for Your Team - 30:30 Help to Better Serve Your Wedding Planner - 52:45 Brides Make Sure Planner Gives You This - 1:00:00 Instagram Weddings are the Worst!Follow Couture Events - Instagram - Facebook

Couture & Construction
Design Trends for 2023 with Richard Anuszkiewicz, Kylee Chatham, Cara Highfield & Scott Moore

Couture & Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 66:10


Welcome back to Season 5 of Couture & Construction! We are an uplifting podcast dedicated to the many different aspects of the luxury building industry.This week is not only our 88th episode of the podcast, but is also our season 5 finale! We have a very special episode planned to end the 5th season with a phenomenal round table discussion to look at the design trends on the horizon for 2023. Richard Anuszkiewicz takes over the mic as our host, with guests Kylee Chatham of Artistic Tile, Cara Highfield of Ferguson & Scott Moore of Textures Flooring!These phenomenal guests join us at the table hosted by Richard to discuss the upcoming design trends for the new year. They also help give the listeners some incredible insight on what trends are leaving the market, as well as some great advice for your 2023 project!Connect with Richard AnuszkiewiczLinkedInWebsiteConnect with Kylee ChathamLinkedInWebsiteConnect with Cara HighfieldLinkedInWebsiteConnect with Scott MooreLinkedInWebsite

Causons Couture
Causons couture #24 : Lola partage sur la projection des patrons de couture

Causons Couture

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 32:43


Lola a découvert la projection des patrons et est devenue une passionnée du sujet.On a donc revu ensemble tout ce qui se cache derrière cette technique que l'on peut utiliser en couture !Retrouvez le compte de Lola sur InstagramLe groupe FB spécialisé sur la projection de patrons de coutureSupport the show -------------------- Musique : https://audiojungle.net/item/upbeat-happy-summer-acapella/21958068------------------------ Support the show

Own Your Choices Own Your Life
490 | Your Diagnosis Does Not Define You with Lindsay Couture

Own Your Choices Own Your Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 37:52


In this episode, I am speaking with Coach Lindsay Couture.  Lindsay is a Coach whose passion is to help women find their way back to wellness through movement, nutrition, and mindset work. After burning out in 2018 while being a primary caregiver for her mom, and with a career in healthcare Lindsay learned the hard way about the importance of needing to put herself first. Once Lindsay began to prioritize her wellness she lost over 100lbs, her mental health improved and she began down her road of entrepreneurship. Now Lindsay uses her experience to help women reach their full potential. In this episode we discuss:1) Lindsay's journey with putting her physical health first, her path to wellness and how this improved her own mental health. 2) The role of primary caregivers and how that can be more challenging and is rarely discussed openly. This is an important conversation especially in this era of so many people being in this sandwich conversation of caring for our children and our parents. Connect with Lindsay:Instagram:  https://www.lindsaycouturecoaching.com TikTok: https://www.lindsaycouturecoaching.com Marsha Vanwynsberghe — Storytelling Business Coach, 2xs Podcaster, Author, SpeakerMarsha is the 6-time Bestselling Author of “When She Stopped Asking Why”.  She shares her lessons as a parent who dealt with teen substance abuse far past the level of normal experimentation. Through her programs, coaching, and live events for women, Marsha is on a mission to teach you how to “Own Your Choices” in your own life.  She teaches women how to own their stories, lead themselves and pay it forward to others by creating businesses that serve, support, and impact others

The COUTURE Podcast
The COUTURE Podcast with Jorge Adeler

The COUTURE Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 58:20


After emigrating to the United States from Argentina, designer Jorge Adeler, his wife, and their two daughters, Wendy and Valentina, became an insular unit. Tune in to our latest COUTURE Podcast to discover how this family-run business has evolved over the years and how passion and love of family continue to be the driving force behind Jorge's creative expression. 

The Product Boss Podcast
432. From Couture Coffee to Doughnuts to Building a Food Empire with Lin Jerome and Alexandra Lourdes of Cafe Lola

The Product Boss Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 55:24


We love sharing inspiring entrepreneurial journeys with you, and this one is a dream! We're live at Café Lola in Las Vegas, talking with the co-founders Lin Jerome and Alexandra Lourdes, all about how they have grown an unbelievable empire that started with a marketing agency and a dream to own a bright and vibrant coffee shop.We dive into their story, partnership, and dynamic: What inspired this dynamic duo to get into business in the first place, and how that has taken off more than they ever imagined.They also share advice on making the move from your day job to your passion project, the struggles of dealing with and overcoming imposter syndrome, how creating elevated experiences helps you stand out in a crowded market, and how to launch your business to a warm audience using organic marketing.Brought to you by the Shop 1 in 5™ Pledge! Commit to making 1 in 5 of your purchases from a small business, whether online or offline. The Shop 1 in 5™ Pledge is a way to make an impact together when (and where) it matters most. Join us and take the pledge today!Resources:Learn more at ilovecafelola.comFollow Lin on Instagram: @lin_smith_jeromeFollow Alexandra on Instagram: @alexandra_lourdesFollow Café Lola on Instagram: @ilovecafelolaConsistent content is key to getting more people to see and buy your products. If you want to create great content but you don't know what to say, or you feel too busy, or you just don't want to be the face of your brand, no worries – because we've got you covered with a year's worth of consistent content that's sure to resonate with your audience! If you want to see how easy this can be, visit A Year of Content.Connect:Website: theproductboss.comInstagram: @theproductbossMentioned in this episode:Goal Digger PodcastListen to the Goal Digger Podcast by Jenna KutcherGoal DiggerHubSpot Podcast NetworkLearn how your business can grow better with HubSpotHubSpot CRM

De l'or dans les mains
La sellerie percheronne, atelier de couture pour chevaux

De l'or dans les mains

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 13:01


« Il faut autant réfléchir que sentir ses mains. Surtout avec le cuir, qui est une matière très chère. Il faut bien choisir ses peaux, préparer le bon gabarit avant de couper. Et comprendre pourquoi on le fait. Il faut beaucoup de technique et de précision.» La sellerie percheronne est un atelier de haute-couture pour chevaux où Sylvie Buschhof et son fils Jara s'attachent à découper en rondeur les futurs quartiers de la selle. Avec leur emporte-pièce ils incisent le cuir dans lequel passera l'étrivière. Avec leur pince à coudre il tiennent les pièces de cuir qu'ils viendront relier par un fil à l'aide de deux aiguilles. C'est un véritable ballet d'outils pour façonner l'objet de toute une vie : la selle de l'écuyer. Un savoir-faire qui ici, est transmis de mère en fils.

Jakarta Central Church
Heaven's Couture - Ps. Sam Thomas

Jakarta Central Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 41:29


In this message you will be reintroduced to Joseph's life journey through the context of how God prepares you for 3 different sessions of your life - The season of Favor, Fire, and Fortune. Watch and learn how you can make in the coming year. Stay Connected With Us: https://www.youtube.com/c/FactsAlive https://www.facebook.com/jcchurch.pasificplace.7 https://instagram.com/jakartacentralchurch https://www.instagram.com/factsalivemin/ https://vt.tiktok.com/ZSR4BG583/ https://www.facebook.com/facts.alive.7 https://open.spotify.com/show/0whoMKKIGMqs4liUgAdn1Y?si=248d8d9ffcdd4e17

Couture & Construction
Serving the A&D Community as a Vendor with Beth Hudgens

Couture & Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 35:17


Welcome to Season 5 of Couture & Construction! We are an uplifting podcast dedicated to the many different aspects of the luxury building industry.This week, for our 87th episode of the podcast, we discuss the architecture & design community from a vendor's perspective. We have the pleasure of sitting down with Beth Hudgens of Renaissance Tile for the very first time!Beth is the perfect guest for this since she runs her showroom with Renaissance and has phenomenal insight as a vendor, while also consistently working with the A&D community. Tune in to hear from an incredibly knowledgeable pro on the vendors point of view when dealing with the A&D community!Connect with Beth Hudgens & Renaissance Tile:WebsiteLinkedInInstagram

Quality Violent Cinema
Rémy Couture Interview - Quality Violent Cinema Podcast

Quality Violent Cinema

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 40:41


Welcome back to Quality Violent Cinema! Today we have the living legend Rémy Couture with us. Christian and I are insanely appreciative that he took the time to talk to us. We dive into how he started his career, his inspirations, and of course the world famous court case. Make sure to keep an eye out over at Domestic Terrorism Records for the next batch of Inner Depravity Blu-rays. Hope everyone enjoys this as much as we did, and make sure to stay tuned for upcoming projects that I know you won't want to miss. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/qualityviolentcinemainc/support

Jewelry Journey Podcast
Episode 176 Part 1: How Linda Orlick Helped Put the Jewelry Industry on the Map

Jewelry Journey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 13:25


What you'll learn in this episode: How the jewelry industry has changed over the last 50 years How the Women's Jewelry Association helped women jewelry professionals get the recognition they deserved What it was like to work with Elizabeth Taylor and Hilary Clinton to design iconic jewels for them Linda's advice for young jewelry designers About Linda Orlick Linda Orlick is a longtime public relations expert in the jewelry industry as well as an accomplished business executive with experience branding high-end products, people and companies. She is co-founder of the influential Women's Jewelry Association, a volunteer organization founded in 1984 that began with 10 women in an apartment in Manhattan and blossomed to become a formidable entity and powerful voice for women in the jewelry industry worldwide. Linda served as its President for a four- year term. Additional Resources: Instagram LinkedIn Photos available on ThejewelryJourney.com Transcript: Linda Orlick entered the jewelry industry when gold was $35 an ounce and jewelry designers were unknowns who worked behind the scenes. Due in no small part to Linda's passion for the industry and her work to brand and promote emerging designers, retailers and shows, jewelry is now a respected part of the American fashion scene. She joined the Jewelry Journey Podcast to talk about the history of the Women's Jewelry Association; why it's so hard for people to leave the jewelry industry once they enter it; and how she helped facilitate the design of the 4.25 carat canary yellow diamond ring Hilary Clinton wore to the 1993 inauguration. Read the episode transcript here. Sharon: Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Jewelry Journey Podcast. This is the first part of a two-part episode. Please make sure you subscribe so you can hear part two as soon as it's released later this week.    My guest is Linda Orlick. Linda has spent her whole career in jewelry. She has been very successful as a retailer and a consultant to retailers. She's one of the cofounders of the Women's Jewelry Association, and she helped build it into a powerhouse. I'm sure many of you are members of the Women's Jewelry Association. Today, we will learn a lot more about her jewelry journey. There's a lot to say. Linda, welcome to the program.   Linda: It's so good to be here. Thank you, Sharon.   Sharon: Tell us about your jewelry journey.    Linda: Well, I hope we have a lot of time. In 1974, when gold was $35 an ounce—   Sharon: Wow!   Linda: I guess, wow. My family and a few friends spent the summer in the Catskills. At that time, there were three ladies who had a company and were selling a collection of gold jewelry to other women like a pyramid scheme. It was a combination of chains and necklaces and earrings. I said to a friend of mine, “We should do this.” So, we went ahead and invested $400 each, and we got our first collection.    We thought we would be brave enough—we lived in Riverdale in the Bronx—to take a trip into the city and go into office buildings in the garment center, introduce ourselves to the receptionist, go into the bathroom and set up wares. There you have it: we were selling our jewelry. Women used to come in and give us hundreds of dollars in deposits, and we would come back and deliver pieces to them. The two of us looked at each other and said, “I think this is fun. This is good. Better than doing it out of our home,” because we both had small children. That's how it all started. Again, gold was $35 an ounce. Can you imagine that was 48 years ago?   My next introduction was to a silver designer by the name of Minas. He was from Greece, and he had a beautiful collection of 18-carat pieces. In fact, I'm wearing two of his pieces. I fell in love with his collection. I had never sold to a retailer before. I didn't know how to go about it. I walked into Bloomingdale's one day with my little jewelry roll, and I said, “Knock, knock; I'm Linda and I'd like to introduce myself.” The buyer—her name was Susan; I can't remember her last name—said, “Do you have an appointment?” I said, “Oh, did I need one?” Before I knew it, I was showing her the collection. She fell in love with it also, and she bought a nice selection of it. Now, mind you, a ring like this was $22. Again, it was 18-karat gold and silver. Everything was very affordable, so they sold out immediately. I kept the money from the order, and then I started to work full time for Minas, and I kept the relationship with Bloomingdale's going.    Along the way, gold went from $35 an ounce to $800 an ounce. It was at the same time that Minas decided he was going to turn his business into all 18-karat gold. He felt that staying in the United States, it would be difficult for him to continue to sell his collection in all gold, so he decided to go back to his homeland in Greece and continue with his collection. By chance, I was at the Sheraton Center when the JA had their shows there, and I got a part-time position with Marsha Breslow, who was a wonderful colorist. She used to do lapis and 18-karat bead jewelry for Cartier and had her special collection for them. She used to take semi-precious beads and make the most extraordinary necklaces and earrings.    It caught the attention of Vera Wang, who was then an assistant at Vogue Magazine. Vera kept coming up to the office and working with us on different collections. Vera was working on a collection for Calvin Klein for one of his original runway shows. She asked Marsha to create a collection that would go on his runway. Excitingly enough, it also made the cover two seasons in a row of Fashion Times Magazine. For a jewelry designer to be on the cover of Fashions Times was unheard of.    Along the way, I called Women's Wear Daily, who never featured fine jewelry. I believe it was Agnes Carmack, who was then an assistant, who answered, and I said, “I've got a gorgeous collection of earrings,” and she said, “O.K., bring it over.” We went up on the rooftop. I had a friend who was a model. This wonderful photographer they had, Tony Palmieri, photographed about six different earrings on her, and they landed on the front page of Women's Wear Daily. It was the first ever.   I started to think to myself, “If Seventh Avenue can promote by name, why shouldn't the jewelry industry?” I went back to Bloomingdale's and told them about the Marsha Breslow collection. After being in Vogue Magazine and with Vera Wang putting it on Calvin Klein, people began to really take notice of the designers and names. We were in Bloomingdale's, which was a Federated Store. The parent company was associated with Associated Merchandising Corporation. I became friendly with the CEO of AMC, Lee Abraham, and he called me one day and said, “Linda, I want something different for Bloomingdale's that no other store has.” I said, “O.K., give me a few days to think about it.” I called him back and said, “Lee, I want to have the first design boutique ever in a department store, and I want it to be in Bloomingdale's, in the 59th Street store.” He said, “You got it. The buyer Marty Newman, whom everybody loves so dearly, and the DM will be visiting you in the next week.”   Sharon: The DM is what? I'm sorry.   Linda: The department manager. “It's our secret, but they are going to listen to your story about a designer boutique and it's going to happen.” Sure enough, a week later, I get a phone call from Marty Newman, who went on to be one of my dearest friends. He said, “I'm not sure what I have here, but I want you to create a collection. We can give you six feet of showcase space.” If you walk into Bloomingdale's and see the Louis Vuitton store to the right, there's always that big flower. Exactly where that beautiful flower is was the showcase that he wanted us to work with.   So, we put in a collection. We were responsible for designing the showcase and hiring our own salespeople. They gave us a sales goal. We quadrupled that. Lee and the buyer were so impressed, he said to me, “Now you can go to the rest of the Federated stores,” which included Woodward & Lothrop. I created the first designer boutique. What can I say? The rest is history. Marsha Breslow went into these stores and the word “jewelry designer” came along with it.    It was a slow process because jewelry designers were still not recognized. It was a real uphill battle. In 1981, I was invited by the Manufacturing Jewelry and Silversmiths of America, MJSA, and I eventually met the man who became my former husband, Henry Dunay. I was invited to do direct mail advertising and public relations for the first group of American jewelry designers that were invited to the Baselworld Fair. Basel didn't want any Americans to come to it. They fought and said, “Americans, what do they know about jewelry design? They design in 14-karat gold. They have no sense of design.” So, they stuck us in a little corner behind the cafeteria where nobody could see them. We did a mailing to hundreds and hundreds of retailers across the world. Little by little, when you have a designer like Henry Dunay or Jose Hess, names who were emerging designers, and they're not being sold by weight, which is what they did early on. You sold your jewelry by weight. People started to recognize it. They became a real force in Basel. They were invited back every year, and every year the collections grew more and more incredible.    The American jewelry designers outdid all the other countries as far as designing metals and working in 18-karat and precious and semiprecious stones. I went to the Basel Fair for 21 years and became very friendly with the then-head of the fair. Eventually, the Basel Fair hired me to promote the fair to American retailers to try and get more American retailers to come to Basel. That was when there were so many competitions in New York. There was the emergence of JCK, the JA show, which launched the Couture Show, the JCK Show, which launched Luxury. They converged on Las Vegas and took over the ability for retailers to come to one place and see extraordinary designs. Then, of course, you had the European retailers wanting to come, too. It gave Basel a real run for its money. I had done public relations for the JA Show for many years, and I helped create a lot of exciting highlights for the Couture Show. I had a very close relationship with Robb Report magazine.   Sharon: Which magazine?   Linda: Robb Report magazine.   Sharon: Robb Report, O.K., yes.   Linda: Robb Report is very high-end luxury jewelry. I created a Robb Report event at the Couture Show after the major entertainment, which was always sponsored by Vogue Magazine. It had over-the-top musicians performing, and it was a luxury fair the couture jewelers could go to with over-the-top desserts and interesting things. That grew to be very big and kept the tour very special until Couture and JA decided to make its move to Vegas.    When that program was over, I became the public relations and marketing person for the JCK Show. I was also watching the Luxury Show within the JCK Show. We came up with a lot of programs and conferences that would create wider visibility for the show. In fact, because of my 21 years in Basel and my relationships not just with jewelry designers, but with the watch companies, I was able to create the first watch luxury show. I introduced the concept to my colleagues at JCK and I brought my dear friend, Steven Kaiser, on board to oversee the show. The Luxury by JCK Watch Show is still in existence today and is the first and only luxury watch show in the U.S. So, that was very exciting.    The rest, as they say, is history. I watched the industry go from $35 an ounce and deciding how much I should pay for this based on a scale, to a showcase with the most beautiful designs ever created in the world. I have to give a lot of credit to my former husband, Henry Dunay, because in my opinion he was—and still is—one of the greatest jewelry designers in the industry. He set the tone for finishes on jewelry with his love for pearls, his love for precious and semiprecious stones, his ability to search out stones and create a design around it.    For instance, my dear friend who worked at the Diamond Information Center, called me one day and said, “I have a 4.25 canary yellow diamond that was found in a mine in Arkansas by a local jeweler. If Henry could create a ring for Hillary Clinton to wear at the inauguration, she will wear it.” Henry was leaving for Europe the next day, and I said, “You're not going. To design a ring for Hillary Clinton and have her wear it at the inauguration, that comes first. Please put off the jewelry trip for another few days.” Sure enough, he created the most beautiful cinnabar ring. It was from the argosy of Arkansas. You saw pieces of platinum and different textures in the 18-karat gold that depicted the topography of Arkansas, with the 4.25 diamond set inside. It was a cushion shape. It was never cut. It came out of the ground just the way you see it in the ring. It was extraordinary.    Sadly, the jeweler wanted the diamond back rather than having the whole ring donated to the Smithsonian as it should have been, so Henry had to take the ring apart. He said, “One day, I'll have a stone made that looks exactly like it and I'll reset it.” I don't think that ever happened, but people got to see it. It went on view in the Museum of Natural History. It became part of one of the exhibits at the Museum of Natural History. It was an extraordinary ring. I do have pictures of it to share with everybody.   Sharon: We'll have those on the website.   Linda: It's an exciting journey. Back in the early 80s, I made lots of good women friends in the industry. I think it was in 1982. There was a blustery, snowy night, and we were all at the JA show. It was at the Hilton in the Sheraton Center. We were invited by two representatives from New England to a meeting to tell us about the women's group they put together, New England Women in Jewelry. We thought it had a lot of merit, and my friends and colleagues and I kept going back and forth and back and forth. Do we need this organization? What do you think?    We finally decided we would call our friend, Ronny Lavin, and 10 women we were close with to talk about it. There was Nancy Pier Sindt, who was an editor with National Jeweler; a designer, Joan Benjamin; Jo Ann Paganetti, who was a professor at FIT; Marian Ruby, who was the jewelry buyer at Finley at the time. I hope I'm not leaving anybody's name out. We said, “O.K., I think we should do this. Let's become mentors. Let's create a scholarship program. Let's create a platform for women to share their ideas and grow their businesses.” We voted on the name Women's Jewelry Association.    Nothing could have prepared us for what was coming next. I sent you our original newsletter. We came on like such a force that we expanded our bylaws to include the rest of the country. The New England group became our first general chapter, and the rest is history. Most importantly, of course, there was somebody we all loved and respected, Gerry Friedman, who was the editor in chief of National Jeweler Magazine, and we were going to ask Gerry to be our first president. She was like, “Of course.”    We had several meetings where we put together a group of programs of other women to talk about what's going on in the industry, what suppliers and vendors to use, the world of design and all different topics. Gerry always had a group to her home for dinner, and one day we were talking about what's going to make us stand out. There are lots of men's groups or enough men's groups, and they had dinners. All of a sudden, it came to me: We had to create the first awards in the jewelry industry for women, by women. We all agreed we would do this. Through Gerry's connections at the Lotos Club, we created the first Awards for Excellence dinner. It was at the Lotos Club, and it was a total sellout. We had to move it to the Harmonie Club, which was a little bit larger in space, again through Gerry's connections. Again, it was a sellout. We honored Helene Fortunoff and Bess Ravella. We honored Angela Cummings for best designer, Marian Ruby for best retailer. We had Nancy Pier Sindt for best editor. The list goes on and on. It became such a sense of pride for all of us, to recognize each other for our accomplishments in the industry.    The award dinner kept growing and growing. We moved to Tavern on the Green, and again, it was a total sellout. We kept growing. For the last two years, it's been at Chelsea Piers. There are over 700 women and men that attend. The awards have literally become the ticket in the industry. It's a current event. It's a great place to network. It's a great place to catch up with your friends and your vendors in the industry, and it's a beautiful, beautiful evening.    I am proud to say that from those original 10 women in Ronny Lavin's apartment, there are now 20 chapters all over the world with, I believe, a membership of 17,000 women and men worldwide. The Women's Jewelry Association is a force to be reckoned with, and now they have programs in all different regions. They have ongoing programs. When I look back on my career, the Women's Jewelry Association stands out as one of my greatest highlights. Along the way I've gotten beautiful emails from members who said I actually changed the course of their lives by creating the Women's Jewelry Association. I take those comments very seriously and to heart, because I was always trying to do something different and trying to make room for people to grow. If somebody got laid off from a job, I was the first person they would come to. I would always help them find a position or help them with what they're going through and perhaps help them look at a different career within the industry.    When I started in the industry, there were barely any women. One of the women that stands out to me is Helene Fortunoff, because she was one of the very first women to ever have retail experience. She took all of her children to work with her every day. Five of her children worked with her every single day. Now not only are her children in the business, but Esther and Ruth have carried on their mother's incredible journey in the jewelry business. It's remarkable to see how, from the beginning to where we are now, the jewelry business has become one of the major industries in the world. Diamonds and precious and semi-precious stones, pearls, pearls, pearls—because I love pearls—are now the mainstay of what people look for when they're going shopping for birthdays, anniversaries, holidays, or just when a woman wants to buy her own jewelry.   Sharon: We will have photos posted on the website. Please head to TheJewelryJourney.com to check them out.

Couture & Construction
Serving the Luxury Real Estate Market with Caitlin Martin & Megan Mathewson

Couture & Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 47:42


Welcome to Season 5 of Couture & Construction! We are an uplifting podcast dedicated to the many different aspects of the luxury building industry.This week, for our 86th episode of the podcast, we have the joy of sitting down with 2 incredible guests from the luxury real estate market! It's our treat to get to sit down with Caitlin Martin & Megan Mathewson of The Caitlin Martin Team with Weichert Realtors of Tennessee.Caitlin & Megan are phenomenal guests and truly provide some incredible facts about the luxury real estate market of Middle Tennessee. They also do a great job of projecting how they think the market will continue to shift going into 2023!Connect with Caitlin MartinWebsiteFacebookInstagramConnect with Megan MathewsonLinkedIn

Threads Magazine Podcast:
Traditional and Updated Tailoring, with Couture Expert Kenneth D. King | Episode 59

Threads Magazine Podcast: "Sewing With Threads"

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 21:53 Very Popular


Kenneth D. King explains traditional and updated tailoring techniques, the subject of his in-depth "Smart Tailoring" video course.

Teal Town USA
Tomas Hertl Atones, Logan Couture Snipes Media, Shinny Hockey - The Pucknologists 174

Teal Town USA

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 143:54


Join the Pucknologists to wrap up Week 9 of the 2022-2023 San Jose Sharks season. A shutout in Montreal is followed up by a Hertl mistake in Toronto. Ottawa destroys the NHL's #1 penalty kill followed by a road trip finish in Buffalo. Also, comparing this Sharks team to last season, taking advantage of the upcoming schedule, Couture calls out the media, Kings and Kraken play “shitty hockey”, Bordeleau makes a case with the Barracuda, and more… - Kahkonen gets first shutout as a Shark in 4-0 win over the Montreal Canadiens - Hertl takes responsibility for 3-1 loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs - Hertl atones as Sharks fall 5-2 versus the Ottawa Senators - Sharks can't find penalty kill 6-3 loss to Buffalo - Is this Sharks team better or worse than last season? - Couture calls out media - Heroes and Zeros this week - Quick hits from around the Pacific Division and NHL… Flames' Markstrom: “I suck at hockey”, Jared McCann throws shade at San Jose, Jordan Binnington at it again, “shinny hockey” - Another seesaw week for the San Jose Barracuda but Bordeleau continues to score - Retro lunchbox giveaway… and the next giveaway! - Tweet of the week… fixing soccer - and more... Teal Town USA - A San Jose Sharks' post-game vodcast, for the fans, by the fans! Subscribe to catch us after every Sharks game and our weekly wrap-up show, The Pucknologists! Remember to Like, Subscribe, and hit that Notification bell to be alerted every time we go live! Want audio only? Subscribe to our audio-only platforms below:

Couture & Construction
Shumacher & Empowering Local Artisans with Melissa Van der Laak & Eugenia Soto

Couture & Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 40:43


Welcome to Season 5 of Couture & Construction! We are an uplifting podcast dedicated to the many different aspects of the luxury building industry.This week, for our 85th episode of the podcast, we have the delight of sitting down with 2 incredible guests from a powerhouse name of the design community! It's our pleasure to have on Melissa Van der Laak of Schumacher & Eugenia Soto of Frederic Magazine (a Schumacher sister Company).Melissa & Eugenia are the best guests and truly provide some unique experience on the topic of makers and local artisans. Their company Schumacher just opened up a one-of-a-kind  multifaceted showroom here in Nashville that also doubles as a community events center for the design community! Melissa & Eugenia discuss the importance of Schumacher's highlighting of the maker community, the supporting & collaboration of local artisans, as well as what to expect with the Nashville Schumacher showroom experience.Connect with Melissa Van der Laak:LinkedInConnect with Eugenia Soto:LinkedInCheck Out SchumacherWebsiteCompany InstagramLocal InstagramCheck Out FredericWebsiteInstagram

Voices of The Walrus
Tote Couture

Voices of The Walrus

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 10:09


How a humble bag became the literary world's humble brag.

RTL2 : Made In France
L'intégrale - Indochine, BB Brunes, Charlélie Couture Dans RTL2 Pop Rock Station (03/12/22)

RTL2 : Made In France

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 104:54


Indochine "L'aventurier" Calogero "Un Jour Parfait" Feu! Chatterton "La Malinche" Izia "Mon Coeur" Blankass "La Couleur Des Blés" Marie-Flore "Mon Coeur Y Va Bien" Vianney Ft Ed Sheeran "Call On Me" Les Négresses Vertes "Sous Le Soleil De Bodega" -M- & Gail Ann Dorsey "A Toi" Renaud "Miss Maggie" Etienne Daho "Des Attractions Desastres" Christophe Willem "PS Je T'aime" Axel Bauer "Tu Me Tues" Patrick Bruel "Encore Une Fois" Alain Bashung "La Nuit Je Mens" BB Brunes "Coups Et Blessures" Stephan Eicher "Riviere" Distractions "Ville Neuve" Patrick Coutin "J'aime Regarder Les Filles" Lily Allen & Ours "22" Louise Attaque "La Frousse" Pierre De Maere "Un Jour Je Marierai Un Ange" Gamine "Voilà Les Anges" Francis Cabrel "Bonne Nouvelle" Elephanz Ft. Eugenie "Maryland" Cats On Trees "Tendresse" Dominique A "Le Twenty-Two Bar" Fredericks Goldman Jones "A Nos Actes Manqués" Lescop "La Foret" Charlélie Couture "Comme Un Avion Sans Aile"

Fait main
#86 Joli Lab, des kits couture en duo

Fait main

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 77:15


Aujourd'hui, ce sont Margot et Marie qui nous font découvrir les coulisses de leur marque de kits de couture Joli Lab. Quand elles m'ont contactée il y a quelques semaines pour me parler de leur marque, j'ai trouvé que c'était une super idée pour les fans de couture que nous sommes (un rapide sondage Instagram m'a appris que 80 % d'entre vous cousent !). On a donc préparé cet épisode sponsorisé ensemble avec Marie et Margot et c'était comme d'habitude un chouette moment. Je tiens à les remercier de leur confiance et de me permettre d'assurer le développement du podcast.L'équipe de Joli Lab est installée à Lyon et propose des kits couture, composés de patrons et de tissus, comme ça on est sûr que le tissu est adapté au patron ! Elles viennent d'ailleurs de sortir leur nouvelle collection, Icônes d'hiver, donc c'est une super occasion de mieux les connaître. Un immense merci à Coudreetbroder.com qui soutient les 3 prochains épisodes dédiés à la couture ! Bonne écoute !Mélanie

Moncton Wildcast
Teddy Bear Toss and Parade Weekend

Moncton Wildcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 58:41


What a weekend, we're back for the show as Adam didn't die on the roof putting up lights and the Wildcats scored in #TeddyBearToss game so Jeremy didn't leave!  The Wildcats go 1-1 on the weekend, losing to Couture and the Huskies in what was a perfect road game from Huskies, but Wildcats didn't really push either. Sundays win vs Halifax was character win that could be a turning point in the season as they came back from down 4-0 scoring 5 unanswered to win 5-4 for the Teddy Bear Toss.  WHOLE LOT OF BLACK AND GOLD this weekend at the Avenir as the Eagles and the Tigres are in town!  Eric Murray Realtor #StickTapOfTheWeekend  Rosemary Lynns Massage #WildcastWildcatOfTheWeek  ENJOY!!

Locked On Sharks - Daily Podcast On The San Jose Sharks
Timo Meier Scores A Hat Trick, Sharks Left Sleepless in Seattle

Locked On Sharks - Daily Podcast On The San Jose Sharks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 31:15


Timo Meier scored a hat trick, but the San Jose Sharks fall to the Seattle Kraken 8-5. Timo Meier and Logan Couture brought the offense for the Sharks but defensive lapses and miscues were the story. Discuss how the defense let down Kaapo Kahkonen, and if changes might be needed along the blue line soon. Finally, the Sharks have a legitimate second line with Couture and Alexander Barabanov and a check-in on the San Jose Barracuda 5-1 loss to the Ontario Reign. Check out the podcast on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! SimpliSafe With Fast Protect™️ Technology, exclusively from SimpliSafe, 24/7 monitoring agents capture evidence to accurately verify a threat for faster police response. There's No Safe Like SimpliSafe. Visit SimpliSafe.com/LockedOnNHL to learn more. Athletic Greens To make it easy, Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/NHLNETWORK Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Fitting Room with Brooke & Pechuga
That's Literally a House!

The Fitting Room with Brooke & Pechuga

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 61:03


This week in The Fitting Room, Brooke and Johnny are thrilled to welcome back dear friend and TFR's Hermès correspondent, Chelsey Thomas from Adore the Couture. Chelsey, reporting in a dazzling vintage Christian Dior suede jacket (of course), shares the latest on Hermès: her recent acquisitions and sales, a trip to visit the new store location in New York City, rumors of back-door deals with sales associates, and we can't believe it's true, but the brand's famed Birkin bag is being sold at Walmart! And just as the brand is supposedly “tightening the reins.” Babe, what can we say? It's the Wild West out here, but we love equestrian puns, and we ADORE Chelsey.

Keeping Karlsson Fantasy Hockey Podcast
Short Shifts - Rielly, Schmaltz, Binnington, Couture

Keeping Karlsson Fantasy Hockey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 33:26


Lewis is back from break and into the fray as he and Ben run down the latest fantasy hockey news. They start with the Injury to Morgan Rielly and what it means for Rasmus Sandin, before discussing outjuries for Seth Jones, Chychrun, and Schmaltz. The guys then discuss whether they would roster any PPQB in Minnesota as Goligoski takes over for Addison, then discuss hot streaks for Binnington, Eberle, and Couture, and finish with a cold one for Carter Hart. Want to stay up to date on all the latest NHL line combos and fantasy news? Follow our @GameDayLines, @GameDayNewsNHL, and @GameDayGoalies accounts on Twitter to know what you need to know as soon as you can know it. Plus, visit GameDayTweets.com to see line combo tweets sorted by NHL team! We always invite and appreciate your feedback. Let us know what you think @keepingkarlsson, and if you love the show, please rate and write us a five-star review on Apple Podcasts. * * * Join our inclusive, passionate and brilliant Keeping Karlsson community by becoming a patron of Keeping Karlsson. For the cost of one arena soft pretzel each month, patrons help us keep making new episodes and get all kinds of perks in return, like managing teams in the Keeping Karlsson Ultimate Patron Fantasy League (aka the KKUPFL), access to our patrons-only Discord Server, bonus monthly Patroncasts, and weekly show scripts. Keeping Karlsson is proudly presented by DobberHockey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Locked On Fantasy Hockey
Fantasy Hockey Waiver-Wire: Devils Forwards Stay Hot + Tippett, Couture, Henrique & Big-Time Bets

Locked On Fantasy Hockey

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 32:06


Waiver-wire Monday is always a pivotal day on any fantasy hockey GM's calendar and this week is no exception. After breaking down the exciting weekend of NHL action that featured more Connor McDavid magic, Mitch Marner on a heater and a big blow to the Winnipeg Jets with Nikolaj Ehlers injury news, the boys dive into what waiver-wire targets you need to add for your fantasy hockey team. Players starting to heat up that are still available in a lot of fantasy formats like Philadelphia Flyers forward Owen Tippett or Fabian Zetterlund of the New Jersey Devils, both most definitely worth a look. Make sure you jump on these players that are on streaks or just starting them. Other waiver-wire must-adds this week should include San Jose Sharks veteran Logan Couture or even up-and-coming Finnish rookie Matias Maccelli who now has 10 points this season for the upstart Arizona Coyotes. Thanks for making Locked On Fantasy Hockey your 1st listen, every day. We are free and available on all platforms and make sure to subscribe and follow us for the latest episodes everyday! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline..net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! SimpliSafe With Fast Protect™️ Technology, exclusively from SimpliSafe, 24/7 monitoring agents capture evidence to accurately verify a threat for faster police response. There's No Safe Like SimpliSafe. Visit SimpliSafe.com/LockedOnNHL to learn more. Athletic Greens To make it easy, Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/NHLNETWORK Twitter handles: Srodin_77 Flips_Picks #NHL #Hockey #FantasyHockey #Goalie #Goalies #Draft #Fantasy #Picks #Value #Forwards #Defenseman #Waivers #FreeAgent #Add #Trade #Trades #DynastyLeague #AllStar #injury #injuries Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

A Closer Look Podcast
Season 2 Ep 7 - "The Lost Reel"

A Closer Look Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 31:31


To the center of the tootsie pop we go... FEATURING: Alex Forrest as Captain Phillips Sarah Goldstein as Suzy Short/The Cortana Eli Lutsky as Jason Callback/Spiffy St. Grenade Hesse Deni as Elena Rothschild/Cookies the Librarian Will as Will Nate as everybody else Music by Couture

Pair of Kings
Is There Any Culture That Hasn't Been Appropriated By Marc Jacobs?

Pair of Kings

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 74:04


The title is sort of a joke, I guess. We cover this topic at some point. Anyway, join Sol (@solthompson), John (@johnhogeboom), and Michael (@_smithstagram) as they talk about everything from how to make a streetwear brand distinct, Marc Jacobs becoming the Drake (insultingly) of fashion, and Raf Calvin (among other topics). Sorry for the short description, I'm studying for the GRE and am stressed because it feels like my life hinges on it! Lots of love!

Couture & Construction
Future Forecasting: The Nashville Aesthetic with Amanda Dease & Krissy Melendez

Couture & Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 40:06


Welcome to Season 5 of Couture & Construction! We are an uplifting podcast dedicated to the many different aspects of the luxury building industry.This week, for our 84th episode of the podcast, we have the pleasure of discussing further discussing a panel from Nashville Design Week! It's our pleasure to have on Amanda Dease of Studio Dease & Krissy Melendez of AJ Capital Partners.Amanda & Krissy are great guests with phenomenal experience on this matter. They actually spoke on this exact topic for one of the Nashville Design Week panels. Tune in the hear their conversation with Andrew about the Nashville Aesthetic & some fun projects they both have on the horizon!Check Out Amanda Dease:WebsiteLinkedInCheck Out Krissy Melendez:WebsiteLinkedIn

Couture & Construction
The Handoff with Brady Fry

Couture & Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 46:47


Welcome to Season 5 of Couture & Construction! We are an uplifting podcast dedicated to the many different aspects of the luxury building industry.This week, for our 83rd episode of the podcast, we jump to the very end of your project with the builder handoff to the client. We have on beloved return guest Brady Fry, the Owner/General Contractor of Fry Classic Construction!Brady is the perfect guest for this topic since his company is known for their exceptional project presentation, as well as the character of his entire team. Tune in to hear from a pro what to expect from your project handoff & how to navigate any potential warranty issue with your seasoned builder!Check Out Fry Classic Construction:WebsiteInstagram

19 Nocturne Boulevard
19 Nocturne Boulevard reissue episode of the week: WHATEVER HAPPENED TO BABY DALI?

19 Nocturne Boulevard

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 24:58


Theo and Leona of the World Bugle (Team E-O to you) return for another scoop. (they originally appeared in Cultists Stole My Baby!) Written and produced by Julie Hoverson Cast List Theo - Henry Marks Leona - Robyn Keyes Chief - Julie Hoverson Larry - Dave Fontenot Baby Dali1 - Julie Hoverson Baby Dali2 - Risa Torres Baby Dali3 - Danar Hoverson Waitress - Sirena Raine Melody - Tanja Milojevic Harmony - Cailean Evedus Other Dalis - Marleigh Norton, Kat Pryde, Gwendolyn Gieseke-Woodard, Kimberly Gianopoulos, Kimberly Poole, Brittney Cruz Music by Josh Woodward Dali Song - Music by Reju (used under creative commons license), words by Arthur O'Shaugnessy, Sung by Julie Hoverson Editing and Sound:   Julie Hoverson Cover Design:  Julie Hoverson   "What kind of a place is it? Why it's an infamous newsroom, can't you tell?" **************************************************************************** Whatever Happened to Baby Dali? Cast: [Opening credits - Olivia] Chief Theo "Smoothie" Walsh Leona Pope Dali 1 Other Dalis Melody Harmony Waitress Larry Four Reporters OLIVIA     Did you have any trouble finding it?  What do you mean, what kind of a place is it?  Why, it's a notorious Newsroom, can't you tell?  MUSIC SCENE 1 SOUND     bullpen REPORTER 1    So your sister said - oh, not YOUR sister, a NUN named SISTER. REPORTER 2    Drinking the vinegar counteracts the toxins in the system due to-- REPORTER 3    Fourteen people just vanished?  Were you on any mind-altering substances? REPORTER 4    Yes, if you spell it backwards it certainly does make the word-- SOUND    DOOR CLOSES THEO    Chief?  I - uh-- [breaks off in horror] SOUND    RUSTLE OF TAFFETA CHIEF    Whaddaya think? THEO    [freaked out] Are you... getting married?  [squeak] In white? LEONA    [quiet] Are you really asking? THEO    Uh-- CHIEF    Nah - scared ya didn't I? THEO    Uh-- CHIEF    Don't worry.  I'm still eligible. THEO    Uh--? LEONA    Back away.  Don't take your eyes off her.  CHIEF    Whaddaya think?  It's a little tight in the gut.  Gonna have to cut some of them carbs. THEO    [trying] Yeah.  That would do it. CHIEF    At least I got the shoulders to pull off strapless.  Hey, where you going? THEO    Uh--! LEONA    Eager to get to work.  You know these young pups. CHIEF    Good attitude.  Interview room 3. THEO    Oh, good! LEONA    [side of her mouth] Quick. SCENE 2 SOUND    DOOR SHUTS THEO    what was that? LEONA    It's June. THEO    And? LEONA    Happens about this time every year. THEO    Why? LEONA    Bridal feature pull-out?  I don't know! [hissed] I don't ask!  [commanding]  Room 3. THEO    Oh, right. SOUND     DOOR OPENS LEONA    You go first. THEO    Right.  [a beat]  Holy cow!  It's her! LEONA    Chief doesn't move that fast.  Especially in a train. THEO    No, I mean - I mean - It IS you, isn't it? DALI 1    Is it safe here? THEO    Why does everyone ask that? LEONA    Who does he think you are? DALI 1    I'm - I'm Baby Dali. THEO    I knew it!  I love your music. LEONA    We don't do publicity stunts.  C'mon, Smoothie. SOUND    HUSTLES HIM OUT OF ROOM, DOOR SHUTS THEO    We don't? LEONA    Of course we do.  When we arrange them.  Part of our job - your job - is to protect the Bugle from being used for anyone ELSE's cheap publicity. THEO    Oh.  But Baby Dali's been missing for fourteen days! LEONA    Probably in rehab. THEO    No!  No one knows where she's been!  If we could break the story-- SCENE 3 LARRY    Hey!  You'll never guess who I just took a call from! THEO    Ratboy? LEONA    State mental health board? LARRY    [gloating] Baby Dali.  She's ready to come home, and called US to break the story! THEO    Wait, but she-- SOUND    SLAP LEONA    [covering] When did she call? LARRY    Just now. THEO    Where did she say she was? LARRY    Hah!  No way.  This is MY scoop!  [running away, laughing]  My ticket out of the bullpen!  [stops, turns back] Hah! THEO    That's ... sad. LEONA    Yeah.  Send a stripper.  Come on. THEO    Where are we going? LEONA    [exasperated] Room 3? THEO    Aha! SCENE 4 SOUND    DOOR OPENS LEONA    Sorry about that.  Had to do some quick fact checking. THEO    Yeah!  Make sure you're really.... [melting]  Really her. DALI 1    Precisely the problem!  Proving I'm her!  I mean me. LEONA    [muttered prompt] Oh?  THEO    [gasp] Oh? DALI 1    I'm plagued with posers! LEONA    [sigh]  Aren't the solid black sunglasses and white fright wig a bit of a giveaway? THEO    [infatuated] I knew who you were the moment I saw you. DALI 1    You have a nice face. THEO    I do? LEONA    My colleague will now take notes. SOUND    PEN, PAPER, SLAPPED DOWN THEO    Yeah.... MUSIC SCENE 5 SOUND    IN CAR THEO    Where are we going? LEONA    Following Larry. THEO    Who? LEONA    [disgusted sigh] THEO    [getting it] Oh, him!  How do we find him again? LEONA    He hasn't left yet.  THEO    How do you know? LEONA    I ordered donuts. DALI 1    Oh! LEONA    Shh.  You're not here, remember? DALI 1    [singing] I swear! THEO    Why is she hiding in the back seat under your gym bag? LEONA    One - so she won't be seen, since she won't take off that wig. DALI 1    It is my own hair! LEONA    Like hell.  I saw it shift. DALI 1    It is a wig - but it IS my own hair. LEONA    [shudder] uhhhhh. THEO    And two? LEONA    Two what? THEO    You said that was reason one.  What's two? LEONA    So you can focus, dumbass. THEO    Oh. LEONA    There he goes!  Keep your eyes on the green Camaro. THEO    Camaro? LEONA    [growl] Green car.  Coming out of the parking garage! THEO    Gotcha. MUSIC SCENE 6 AMB    PARK LARRY    [giving a code phrase] The dog flies in the springtime. DALI 2    [squeaky] Yellow is the color of my true love's eyes. LARRY    You sound... different. DALI 2    I use a voice modulator on stage. LARRY    Ah.  So.  The world is listening.  Tell me your story. DALI 2    Listening?  Aren't you from the print media? LARRY    Oh.  Yeah.  I was speaking figuratively. DALI 2    I see.  Anyway...  I have a really big story, but I have to be certain it will see print! LARRY    Of course! SOUND    FOOTSTEPS STORM UP DALI 1    Imposter! DALI 2    Imposter! LEONA    [off, whispered] I thought you were watching her! THEO    [vague] Uh-huh. LEONA    Go get the story dumbass.  THEO    But you? LEONA    I can take photos from here. THEO    [vague] Okay. SOUND    SLAP LEONA    Did I mention I'm not giving warnings any more? LARRY    [angry] You?  No way!  The tale of two Dalis is all mine! THEO    I - we - brought one of them. LARRY     Then dance with the Dali you came with!  It's only fair! DALI 1    She's a fake! DALI 2    She's a fake! THEO    Waitaminute.  You don't even sound like-- BOTH DALIS    Autotune!! DALI 3    [chiming in] Autotune. THEO    Oh. Huh?  Three? MUSIC SCENE 7 WAITRESS    All, righty then - that will be 3 orders of waffles, three fruit cups- ALL DALIS    It's the only thing vegan on the menu. WAITRESS    And two pots of coffee.  Comin right up! SOUND    DOOR OPENS SOUND    DINER NOISES SOUND    DOOR SHUTS, CUTTING OUT THE SOUND LEONA    [prompting]  Ok, this isn't going to last forever - someone will say something, eventually, and then these three won't be an exclusive any more! LARRY    Exclusive to all three of us.  I get my credit, too. THEO    Of course!  Fair is fair. LEONA    [muttered] I got your credit right here. DALI 1    Can we get on with this? DALI 2    I have a recording session in two hours. DALI 3    No, I do. DALI 1    How can they be so much like me? LEONA    Ask them some questions - figure out which is the real one. THEO    Right.  Ok.  Which of you is the real Baby Dali? ALL DALIS    I am. DALI 3    Or should I say [singing] I am me and no one else is. LARRY    Sounds convincing to me.  LEONA    I think that one's a guy. THEO    That doesn't help... there's been "speculation" about Dali. LEONA    [disgusted noise] Ugh!  At least let me get some snaps while you think. SOUND    TAKING PHOTOS THEO    Gee, they even pose alike. LARRY    I guess it will all come down to DNA. THEO    I don't think so.  Dali is a notorious germophobe, and a compulsive clean freak.  [nervously over explaining] According to her official web page, which I only browsed for informational newspaper business reasons. LARRY    Yeah, me too, but I didn't read much.  Those costumes are pretty skimpy. THEO    Don't be so creepy, not right in front of her - uh, them. SCENE 8 SOUND    DOOR KICKED IN THEO    Whoa!  LARRY    [faints] Uhhh... LEONA    I'll be in the... uh...  Corner. THEO    Stop right there! MELODY    You're not giving orders here! HARMONY    Yeah.  Get those hands up where we can see them. LEONA    Keep them talking, this is great.  THEO    Talking? LEONA    Find out what they want. THEO    They're dressed like ninjas.  MELODY    What did you say? THEO    Nothing!  MELODY    I heard you, and I have perfect pitch. THEO    oh.  Nothing ... uh... uncomplimentary. MELODY    [getting closer]  Do you know who we are? LEONA    Say no. THEO    Uh, no?  and - and I don't want to, because that way I can never identify you or even report you for robbing a waffle house! MELODY    [scoffing] Waffle house! HARMONY    We care nothing for your waffles.  THEO    Uh, ok. ALL DALIS    We're having the fruit cup. MELODY    No.  No fruit cup today.  You are coming with us.  Just you three. LEONA    You can't just leave us here.  We might-- [prompting] might--? THEO    Uh, what?  LEONA    We might [prompting] do something?  Ugh! THEO    We might tell [heavy import] THEM. MELODY    [horrified] How do you know about THEM? LEONA    I'm actually impressed. THEO    oh...  Everyone knows about THEM.  But only a select few know how to reach THEM. LEONA    Smoothie. MELODY    [grim]  right.  You will come with us as well.  HARMONY    What about the sleeping one?  Does he know THEM? LEONA    Oh, him?  He doesn't know anyone. MUSIC SCENE 9 SOUND    WALKING, ECHOEY MELODY    Stop! THEO    Can we take off the blindfolds now? MELODY    Harmony!  Take off the blindfolds.  And search them.  We don't want any messages getting to THEM. SOUND    RUSTLING ALL DALIS    [general interjections of annoyance like Hey!  Stop!  Ouch!  Ooh!] HARMONY    Give me your phone.  LEONA    Here. SOUND     ZIP HARMONY    What's this, in your bag?  [confused, examining a camera] It has a lens like a phone, but it's awfully big.  And it doesn't even have a keypad. LEONA    Hmph.  It's an antique.  Keepsake.  I keep meaning to have it mounted on a keychain. HARMONY    It's big for a keychain. LEONA    [exasperated]  I'll never lose my keys.  Besides, I still use the flash... uh - flashlight function sometimes.  See? SOUND    CAMERA SNAPS HARMONY    Oh.  Ok then.  And you. THEO    Be gentle. LEONA    [sarcastic aside] Be careful.  At least she left on the ninja mask.  [up, to Theo] find out what's going on. THEO    Harmony, is it?  A codename, I'm sure, since you and your partner there are clearly too smart to use your real names in front of your victims - I mean in front of civilians. HARMONY    [noncommittal grunt]  Hmph. THEO    All right.  I'm not asking for me, but what do you plan to do with the Baby Dalis?  I worry that something bad is going to happen. HARMONY    Nothing bad.  To them. THEO    That's a lower case "them," right?  Not a THEM them? MELODY    Enough chit-chat!  You probably know why we brought you here-- LEONA    Not a clue. THEO    No. MELODY    We are the Secret Protectorate Aligned to Reduce or Control Leaching of Entertainers. THEO    Leaching? Huh? MELODY    We needed an "L". LEONA    Sparcle? [snort of almost laughter] THEO    Tell me more.  I'm a good listener. MELODY    You don't know it, friend, but there's a celebrity crisis happening every 20 minutes, and no one else is trying to help! THEO    No?  Really? MELODY    That - those three - are proof of the latest perfidy the government has in the works. ALL DALIS    We are? MELODY    [definite] Cloning. THEO    Wow. ALL DALIS    Uh...  DALI 3    [panicked] I need to use the bathroom.  MUSIC SCENE 10  [Whispered conversation] DALI 1    Yes, my disappearance was a publicity stunt, and yes I am the real Baby Dali. LEONA    Heh heh - just like To Tell The Truth. DALI 2    What? LEONA    God I feel old. THEO    And the other two - you and ... her? DALI 2    Professional Dali impersonator.  I was just taking advantage of the vacuum left by her-- SOUND    DOOR OPENS, FEET ENTER DALI 3    [crying and running in] MELODY    Do not worry, Baby Dalis, we are only here to liberate you and facilitate your re-entry into society. LEONA    Like a celebrity dogpound. THEO    Wait! MELODY    What? THEO    Uh-- LEONA    Better make it truly, monumentally good. DALI 2    Way to take the pressure off. THEO    Uh, what if I were to tell you I'm a reporter for the Weekly World Bugle? MELODY    I would be forced to kill you. HARMONY    We're not yet ready to reveal our manifesto to the world. THEO    Ah.  Good thing that would have been a ruse, then, eh? LEONA    We're gonna die. THEO    But you have to ask yourself, then, how DO I know about THEM? Moment of silence MELODY    [cold] I don't have to ask anything. HARMONY    [shocked] Melody!  You know that we can't do that! [cut off] MELODY    Shh!!!  How do I even know that you know about THEM, eh? LEONA    I do not want to die at the hands of bimbos named after the bugaloos. THEO    [ominous but vague]  Do you know about the government connection? MELODY    [shocked] You know? THEO    But it's not who you think it is.  They want us to believe it's this department, or that [hinting] bureau, when ultimately... [trails off suggestively] HARMONY    He does know! THEO    The officials in question might just find themselves a little less able to sleep at night, if they knew that you knew that I know that THEY know just what's behind it all.  MELODY    Do you know the countersign? THEO    Like that incident last month.  [breaking his train] The what? LEONA    [muttered] Bugaloos. THEO    What? MELODY    [suspicious] It almost sounds like you're one of us.  Do you know the countersign? LEONA    [muttered] Benita Bizarre? THEO    Uh... Josie and the Pussycats? LEONA    [exasperated] Damn! MELODY    Welcome brother! LEONA    [impressed] Damn! MUSIC SCENE 11 AMB    DIFFERENT ROOM SOUND    STEPS MELODY    Don't speak yet. SOUND    MUSIC TURNED ON MELODY    It jams any listening device. THEO    I love this song. MELODY    It seemed fitting.  [suddenly brisk]  So.  What do you know about the cloning project? THEO    Uh... nothing specific.  We've had our eye on suspicious activity for quite some time. MELODY    Damn.  I was hoping. THEO    But-- MELODY    What? THEO    Well...  I don't think they can be actual "clones".  Don't they take years to grow?  And Baby Dali only really got famous with her song "Treehouse victim" last year. MELODY    You underestimate the cloning process.  The technology is there. THEO    Oh.  But they're not... perfect copies...? MELODY    That is the trickiest part.  They are clearly mixing DNA. THEO    Clearly? MELODY    Yes.  The squeaky one is probably mixed with that creepy chick from Poultergeist. THEO    Ri-i-ight.  And the other? MELODY    [definite] Morgan Freeman. THEO    Uh, yeah. SOUND    DOOR FLUNG OPEN HARMONY    (breathless) We've found more!  There must have been a breach at the Baby Dali containment center! THEO    Containment Center? MELODY    They had to breed them some place. THEO    Tell me, do you guys see a lot of Elvises? MELODY    How many? THEO    Thousands. MELODY    No, I mean how many Babys have we found? HARMONY    Four more, and another 8 possible sightings. THEO    That's a lot of Dalis. MUSIC SCENE 12 SOUND    DOOR OPENS, SCUFFLE SUDDENLY STOPS SOUND    FEET, DOOR SHUTS THEO    What are you doing? DALI 2    I want to take this all off and get them to let me go!  But they won't let me! LEONA    Naked?  That'll be a photo op. DALI 2    Just the makeup and wig! DALI 1    Never tarnish the illusion. THEO    Don't!  Their belief in this clone thing might be the only thing keeping us all alive. DALI 3    Besides, I can't take it off - I've had surgery. THEO    [creeped out] Oh? DALI 3    For my FACE.  Not down there.  That's probably what started all the rumors. DALI 1    I love the rumors. DALI 3    [starstruck] You do?  Really?  LEONA    Shh! SOUND    SILENCE, DOOR OPENS HARMONY    Get in there! SOUND    SEVERAL PAIRS OF FEET LEONA    More? THEO    Oh, yeah. They've been finding more of them. SOUND    DOOR SLAMS, LOCKS DALI 4    They took me right off the stage! DALI 5     I was on a date. DALI 7    Busking in the subway. DALI 8    [bad asian accent] I Baby Dorry. DALI 6    I was working a party. THEO    And no one tried to stop them from taking you? DALI 6    What could 6-year olds do? THEO    Oh. [gets it] Ohhh. DALI 9    I like your glasses.  Are those Couture? DALI 10    Knockoffs, but they're good aren't they?  I'll give you the url. LEONA    Even if one of them does get naked, I don't think it will stop them.  [up] Haven't you - no I mean you - already done that on stage?  ALL DALIS    I am a SPECTACLE! LEONA    She's done just about everything on stage except light her farts. THEO     That's it! ALL DALIS    We're vegan.  LEONA    Don't look at me. THEO    I don't mean [hinting] lighting gas... LEONA    You lost me. THEO    Have you ever seen the movie Gaslight? MUSIC SCENE 13 THEO    Hey!  You better get in here! SOUND    LOCK UNLOCKING LEONA    One more shot. SOUND    SNAPSHOT SOUND    DOOR OPENS HARMONY    [horrified] What happened?  Where's their hair? MELODY    Is she - uh, that one - dead? THEO    [strange voice] She is dying of captivity. ALL DALIS    [chanting together]  We are the music makers and we are the dreamers of dreams. MELODY    But she's still talking. THEO    Mechanical convictions. HARMONY    I love that song. MELODY    Brother Theo, what happened? THEO    There is more at work here than you can comprehend.  I like you. LEONA    Straight from Gaslight to Star Trek.  Smooth. MELODY    What? THEO    But I hate you. HARMONY    You're mean! SOUND    SHE GOES RUNNING OFF, CRYING ALL DALIS    [CHANTING ALONG] World-losers and world forsakers, on who the pale moon gleams. THEO    Oh!  Uh-- LEONA    Don't back off. THEO    Right.  [trying to match the Dali tone] We are the Music Makers and We are the Dreamers of Dreams. LEONA    You do realize she didn't write that, don't you? MELODY    [confused] Why are you just speaking it like that, why aren't you singing? THEO    [creepy whisper] Because - we have no melody! MELODY    [disturbed] But-but I'm Melody! THEO    Are you?  Are you even here? MELODY    I - I am!  And I still have the gun - uh... [horrified] My gun?! LEONA    Plan B. SOUND    GUN COCKS LEONA    [commanding] Time to go.  THEO    Ok, we-- LEONA    Quick, before they decide on an encore. MUSIC SCENE 14 CHIEF    Good thing you got them all moving.  LEONA    We got pictures of them both with and without the wigs, and of them leaving to get on a special charter bus. THEO    They painted the name on the side really fast. LEONA    No, that's actually a company that only gives tours to Dali impersonators. THEO    Go figure.  Do they have an Elvis bus too? LEONA    Yeah.  But they get fewer drag performers. CHIEF    [reminiscent] Yeah.  They serve deep fried bananas, and spin a wheel to see which color outfit gets to sit shotgun.  [breaking out] Uh, uh - I mean, I hear they do. LEONA    [quick, changing the subject] Right.  We've got at least four stories out of this. THEO    And something for Larry. LEONA    [annoyed and horrified] What? THEO    He was in on it, too.  [sheepish] at the beginning. CHIEF    Larry?  Larry who? LEONA    From the switchboard. CHIEF    Look kid.  Being nice ain't how news gets made.  It's just a fact o' life. THEO    Well...  If we don't give him something, he might take what he DOES have and go to another paper. LEONA    You want to give him a story? THEO    [weakly] He could have the waffle house kidnapping. LEONA    [long suffering sigh] I guess.  As long as he leaves our names out of it.  You just volunteered to edit it. THEO    Okay. CHIEF    So what else do you have for me? THEO    Mass migration of dalis. LEONA    [snickering] SPARCLE. THEO    The sublimation of and abrogation of self in the gestalt identity of celebrity. LEONA    Seriously? THEO    I can spin it. CHIEF    Nice.  Big words make people believe crap like that.  Whatever it is. THEO    I meant an article on how people try and be like famous people. CHIEF    Keep the big words.  It sounds better. THEO    I'll find some experts. LEONA    [another idea] There's also that thing about whether she is a he.  Theo found out-- THEO    Uh, no. CHIEF    What do you mean? THEO    The real one wouldn't confirm or deny.  LEONA    Even when she kissed you? THEO    Yeah, well... [shrugs]  A Dali is a Dali. CHIEF    You could do something with that, you know.  On the puzzles page.  Get three of them and one fake impersonator.  LEONA    [chuckles] CHIEF    Put pictures of them all in a four box grid and stick some clues in as to which is which.  Run a little contest.  Think about it.  [commanding] In your office.  I have to call someone about flowers. THEO    [thinking back to the wedding thing] Flowers?  For? CHIEF    Truman at the Guardian when he drops dead seeing our headlines. THEO    Ohhh.  Good. LEONA    Come on. CHIEF    Eh.  Maybe I should just send that stripper. SOUND    DOOR SHUTS SOUND    THEY LEAVE - THIS FADES ACROSS THE BULLPEN LEONA    I like the puzzle idea, though we should make it 9-up, like the brady bunch. THEO    Who? LEONA    [angry growl]  Nostalgia.  Look it up. THEO    Who will be the fake impersonator? LEONA    She did say you have a nice face. THEO    NO way! LEONA    I have to take the picture. REPORTER 4    We actually already have all the Dalis we can use. REPORTER 3    No, thanks, but if you have an MJ sighting?  No? REPORTER 2    Anything else?  Photo of the prez stepping into a spaceship? REPORTER 1    Yes, yes I'll ask - can we use anything from Ringo Starr?  He's on the line and-- ALL REPORTERS    Naaaaaaaah. FADE TO END

Couture & Construction
The MEP Process with Dusty Hannah

Couture & Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 42:43


Welcome to Season 5 of Couture & Construction! We are an uplifting podcast dedicated to the many different aspects of the luxury building industry.This week, for our 82nd episode of the podcast, we finally get to dive into the ins & outs of the MEP process. We have on Dusty Hannah the President/Owner of Hannah Custom Homes!Dusty is so well versed on the matter & helps teach us so much more than we even thought possible. Tune in the hear the best ways to navigate your mechanical, electrical & plumbing process prior to entering the drywall phase of your project!Check Out Hannah Custom Homes:WebsiteInstagram

The COUTURE Podcast
The COUTURE Podcast with Baylee Ann Zwart

The COUTURE Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 43:41


The designer behind Azlee, Baylee Ann Zwart, first discovered her inherent love of fine jewelry while working abroad in Guatemala. In this episode of the COUTURE podcast, Baylee shares her love of the intimacy in the creative process, her reverence for the relationships that are involved in bringing her creative vision to life, and her commitment to embodying ethical and environmental standards in all aspects of her business.  

Good Morning Business
La pépite : James et ViviAnn du Fermoir-de-Monsac bousculent l'univers un peu poussiéreux du mariage - 07/11

Good Morning Business

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 6:06


Ce lundi 7 novembre, l'histoire de deux Alsaciens, couturier et coiffeur, devenus James et ViviAnn du Fermoir-de-Monsac, la première maison de couture de robes de mariage pour tous tenue par des drag queens, a été abordée par Lorraine Goumot et Cédric Morgen, président, styliste et couturier James et ViviAnn du Fermoir-de-Monsac, et Benjamin Guenot, directeur général, styliste et couturier James et ViviAnn du Fermoir-de-Monsac, dans la chronique La pépite, dans l'émission Good Morning Business, présentée par Laure Closier et Christophe Jakubyszyn, sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.

RTL2 : Made In France
L'INTÉGRALE - Jean-Jacques Goldman, Charlélie Couture, Blankass dans RTL2 Made In France (05/11/22)

RTL2 : Made In France

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 106:22


Jean-Jacques Goldman "Encore Un Matin" Oetecc "Défense" Les Innocents "Colore" Rose "La Liste" Louane "Secret" Moby Feat. Nicola Sirkis "This Is Not Our World" Alain Bashung "Ma Petite Entreprise" Tété Feat Jérémy Frérot "A La Faveur De L'automne" Renaud "Dès Que Le Vent Soufflera" Berry "Le Bonheur" Etienne Daho "Des Attractions Désastres" Kyo "Mon Epoque" Jacques Dutronc "Les Cactus" Pierre De Maere "Un Jour Je Marierai Un Ange" Axel Bauer "Cargo" Clara Luciani "Coeur" Stephan Eicher "Manteau De Gloire" Distractions "Ville Neuve" Taxi Girl "Chercher Le Garcon" Aaron "Le Tunnel D'or" Skip The Use "The One Two" Vanessa Paradis "Divine Idylle" Christophe Willem "PS Je T'aime" Charlélie Couture "Comme Un Avion Sans Aile" Marc Lavoine "La Fin D'une Histoire" Amir "J'ai Cherché" Daniel Balavoine "Mon Fils Ma Bataille" Louise Attaque "J't'emmene Au Vent" Malo' "Pause" Blankass "La Couleur Des Blès" Coeur De Pirate "Comme Des Enfants"

Entreprendre dans la mode
[EXTRAIT] Marie Dewet à propos de sa stratégie de dotation produit

Entreprendre dans la mode

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 2:32


Créée en 2016, MaisonCléo est une marque de mode « made in Pas-de-Calais » qui propose des pièces aussi audacieuses que singulières. Adoubée dès ses débuts par la blogueuse Leandra Medine et le mannequin Emily Ratajkowski, MaisonCléo a réussi le pari de proposer, en quelques années seulement, une mode désirable et engagée, réalisée à partir de chutes de tissus provenant de Maisons de Couture et d'usines françaises. Pas de collections, pas de stocks : seules les envies et les inspirations de Marie Dewet dictent la création de ses pièces réalisées sur commande et sur mesure dans ses propres ateliers, situés dans le quartier du Vieux-Lille. « Mon engouement pour la mode a commencé vers mes 13/14 ans : j'étais en vacances et ma mère m'a acheté sans que je le demande le Vogue US et c'est vraiment à partir de ce moment-là que j'ai commencé à m'intéresser à la mode. » Ce que vous allez apprendre dans cet épisode: Présentation de Marie Dewet La couture, une histoire familiale Ses études d'anglais, puis de communication Ses premiers stages à Paris chez Emmanuelle Lebas, puis Mode Trotter Son premier post chez Vestiaire Collective Les débuts fulgurants de MaisonCléo La commande de Leandra Medine L'article dans le Vogue US Emily Ratajkowski et la blouse Agnès Le principe de son ticket de caisse L'arrivée de Ludivine (d'abord mannequin puis bras droit) Son système de production et de sourcing Sa collection pour Opening Ceremony Ses collections exclusives pour NET-A-PORTER Sa collaboration avec Printemps Ses deux collections capsules pour Selfridges L'orchestration d'un défilé Son engagement contre la fast-fashion Son processus créatif Son amour pour le sur-mesure Pourquoi elle offre des pièces à des influenceuses de fast fashion Les marques qui l'inspirent « En 2016, je postais sur Instagram les vêtements que ma mère me faisait et petit à petit les gens me demandaient s'ils pouvaient avoir la même pièce. » « C'est ma mère qui est allée à l'hôtel place Vendôme déposer la blouse Agnès à Emily Ratajkowski. » « J'ai envie de rendre le Made in France accessible aux plus grand nombres, pour faire découvrir un savoir-faire. » N'oubliez pas de vous inscrire à la newsletter de Entreprendre Dans La Mode, les industries créatives et l'art de vivre sur www.entreprendredanslamode.com Aussi, si vous souhaitez me contacter ou me suggérer de nouveaux invités, vous pouvez le faire sur Instagram sous le pseudonyme @entreprendredanslamode Enfin, le plus important : laissez-moi un avis sur Apple Podcast ou iTunes, 5 étoiles de préférence ; cela m'aide à faire connaître le podcast à plus de monde et me motive à faire de meilleures interviews ! Merci de soutenir ce podcast et à bientôt pour un nouvel épisode ! Références: MaisonCléo : https://maisoncleo.com/ L'ISTC : https://www.istc.fr Emmanuelle Lebas : https://www.emmanuellelebas.com/fr Mode trotter : https://modetrotter.com/ Vestiaire collective : https://fr.vestiairecollective.com/ Son principe de ticket de caisse : https://www.instagram.com/p/CN2fnCNgfu1/?hl=fr L'article de Leandra Medine : https://repeller.com/shopping-on-instagram/ L'article du Vogue US : https://www.vogue.com/article/maisoncleo-french-mother-daughter-clothing-emily-ratajkowski-leandra-medine Leur collaboration avec Opening Ceremony : https://www.femmesmagazine.lu/maisoncleo-pour-opening-ceremony-exclusive-lobjet-de-desir-du-jour/ NET-A-PORTER : https://www.net-a-porter.com/ Selfridges : https://www.selfridges.com/GB/en/ L'espace Niemeyer : https://espace-niemeyer.fr/ Le défilé « Première fois » : https://fr.fashionnetwork.com/galeries/photos/Maison-Cleo,37987.html Pavot studio : https://www.instagram.com/pavotstudio/?hl=fr Novelty : https://www.novelty-group.com/

Love Bites with Laura & Fi
Fi's Final Episode

Love Bites with Laura & Fi

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 53:54


On this week's episode we say goodbye to Fi! A Message from Fi: "Hi Everyone,   What a journey this has been, from Mr Handcuff, The Barber, The Photographer, a million life lessons and more! Now to start a new journey! Thank you so much to everyone that has stuck by us from day 1, it's been epic! Gee ya later! Fi" Sponsors Huge shoutout to our incredibly empowering sponsors https://lcouture.com/?utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=podcast%20show%20notes&utm_campaign=lovebitesxLC (L'Couture). Click https://lcouture.com/?utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=podcast%20show%20notes&utm_campaign=lovebitesxLC (HERE) to check out their stunning products and use Discount Code https://lcouture.com/?utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=podcast%20show%20notes&utm_campaign=lovebitesxLC (LOVEBITES20) when you check-out for 20% off!   L'Couture Recommends L'Couture: It Starts with us – Coleen Hoover Laura: Top Gun Maverick Fi: Limitless Netflix

Entreprendre dans la mode
Marie Dewet — Fondatrice de MaisonCléo — Des pièces made in France réalisées sur commande et sur mesure

Entreprendre dans la mode

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 107:12


Créée en 2016, MaisonCléo est une marque de mode « made in Pas-de-Calais » qui propose des pièces aussi audacieuses que singulières. Adoubée dès ses débuts par la blogueuse Leandra Medine et le mannequin Emily Ratajkowski, MaisonCléo a réussi le pari de proposer, en quelques années seulement, une mode désirable et engagée, réalisée à partir de chutes de tissus provenant de Maisons de Couture et d'usines françaises. Pas de collections, pas de stocks : seules les envies et les inspirations de Marie Dewet dictent la création de ses pièces réalisées sur commande et sur mesure dans ses propres ateliers, situés dans le quartier du Vieux-Lille. « Mon engouement pour la mode a commencé vers mes 13/14 ans : j'étais en vacances et ma mère m'a acheté sans que je le demande le Vogue US et c'est vraiment à partir de ce moment-là que j'ai commencé à m'intéresser à la mode. » Ce que vous allez apprendre dans cet épisode: Présentation de Marie Dewet La couture, une histoire familiale Ses études d'anglais, puis de communication Ses premiers stages à Paris chez Emmanuelle Lebas, puis Mode Trotter Son premier post chez Vestiaire Collective Les débuts fulgurants de MaisonCléo La commande de Leandra Medine L'article dans le Vogue US Emily Ratajkowski et la blouse Agnès Le principe de son ticket de caisse L'arrivée de Ludivine (d'abord mannequin puis bras droit) Son système de production et de sourcing Sa collection pour Opening Ceremony Ses collections exclusives pour NET-A-PORTER Sa collaboration avec Printemps Ses deux collections capsules pour Selfridges L'orchestration d'un défilé Son engagement contre la fast-fashion Son processus créatif Son amour pour le sur-mesure Pourquoi elle offre des pièces à des influenceuses de fast fashion Les marques qui l'inspirent « En 2016, je postais sur Instagram les vêtements que ma mère me faisait et petit à petit les gens me demandaient s'ils pouvaient avoir la même pièce. » « C'est ma mère qui est allée à l'hôtel place Vendôme déposer la blouse Agnès à Emily Ratajkowski. » « J'ai envie de rendre le Made in France accessible aux plus grand nombres, pour faire découvrir un savoir-faire. » N'oubliez pas de vous inscrire à la newsletter de Entreprendre Dans La Mode, les industries créatives et l'art de vivre sur www.entreprendredanslamode.com Aussi, si vous souhaitez me contacter ou me suggérer de nouveaux invités, vous pouvez le faire sur Instagram sous le pseudonyme @entreprendredanslamode Enfin, le plus important : laissez-moi un avis sur Apple Podcast ou iTunes, 5 étoiles de préférence ; cela m'aide à faire connaître le podcast à plus de monde et me motive à faire de meilleures interviews ! Merci de soutenir ce podcast et à bientôt pour un nouvel épisode ! Références: MaisonCléo : https://maisoncleo.com/ L'ISTC : https://www.istc.fr Emmanuelle Lebas : https://www.emmanuellelebas.com/fr Mode trotter : https://modetrotter.com/ Vestiaire collective : https://fr.vestiairecollective.com/ Son principe de ticket de caisse : https://www.instagram.com/p/CN2fnCNgfu1/?hl=fr L'article de Leandra Medine : https://repeller.com/shopping-on-instagram/ L'article du Vogue US : https://www.vogue.com/article/maisoncleo-french-mother-daughter-clothing-emily-ratajkowski-leandra-medine Leur collaboration avec Opening Ceremony : https://www.femmesmagazine.lu/maisoncleo-pour-opening-ceremony-exclusive-lobjet-de-desir-du-jour/ NET-A-PORTER : https://www.net-a-porter.com/ Selfridges : https://www.selfridges.com/GB/en/ L'espace Niemeyer : https://espace-niemeyer.fr/ Le défilé « Première fois » : https://fr.fashionnetwork.com/galeries/photos/Maison-Cleo,37987.html Pavot studio : https://www.instagram.com/pavotstudio/?hl=fr Novelty : https://www.novelty-group.com/

Couture & Construction
Highrise Living with Oxford Shepard Collective

Couture & Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 62:33


Welcome to Season 5 of Couture & Construction! We are an uplifting podcast dedicated to the many different aspects of the luxury building industry.This week, for our 81st episode of the podcast, we have the pleasure of sitting down with the three cofounders of the incredible Oxford Shepard Collective team! We sat down with Jason Garner, Scott Lenox & Jesse Willits to discuss all of the ins & outs of highrise development/living here in Nashville.With decades of combined luxury construction projects under their belt, this incredibly special Oxford Shepard team is the best representation of the direction that highrise living is trending in Nashville. The trio helps take us through the process of their standard builds & dive a bit into how customizable they can get for their clients on their unbelievable projects!Check Out Oxford Shepard:WebsiteInstagram

San Jose Sharks Gameday Podcast
10 - 27 - 22 Logan Couture 5on3 PP Goal SJ 2 TOR 1

San Jose Sharks Gameday Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 0:37


Couture's 300th career NHL goal

Phil Fo Public Radio
PFPR x META COUTURE

Phil Fo Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 60:53


An interview with Bella Bishop and Justice Smith, the creators, directors, and designers of Meta Couture, a fashion show held on 10/5/22. This episode was recorded in LOUOEGA studios on 10/20/22.

Teal Town USA
San Jose Sharks vs. Toronto Maple Leafs - 10/27/2022 - Teal Town USA After Dark (Postgame)

Teal Town USA

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 41:19


Logan Couture always loves to play against Canadian teams, and tonight was no exception. Logan would score less then a minute into the contest, his line look particularly effective after Baribonov and Matt Nieto were added as his line mates. The Power Play would net 2 goals on the night with Timo finally getting his first goal of the season and Couture adding another. The Leaf's would tie it up in the third with Austin Mathew's beautiful individual effort but could not seal the deal at the end of the 3rd. 2nd shift in OT would prove to be Karlsson's best as he took a nice Timo Meier up pass on the breakaway to send the Tank home happy. Ian and Landi break down the game and address some Sharks news making it's way across the Toronto media. Teal Town USA - A San Jose Sharks' post-game podcast, for the fans, by the fans! Subscribe to catch us after every Sharks game and our weekly wrap-up show, The Pucknologists! Check us out on YouTube and remember to Like, Subscribe, and hit that Notification bell to be alerted every time we go live!

Modern Direct Seller Podcast
E103: Meet Kristine Widtfeldt, CEO of Chalk Couture

Modern Direct Seller Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 37:16


This week on the Modern Direct Seller Podcast, we're joined by Kristine Widtfeldt, the CEO of Chalk Couture! Listen in for some honest conversation about her direct sales journey, its triumphs, and its challenges, as well as plenty of tips for making your work a success, advice both for those in direct sales and those looking to join, and an overview of all of the opportunities that the industry has to offer. You won't want to miss her insight! Full show notes here: https://moderndirectseller.com/episode103/ Time-based notes: 1:37 Kristine Widtfeldt introduction 6:08 Chalk Couture products 11:03 The overnight sensation that isn't 18:08 The evolving independent contractor 19:59 Creating a frictionless shopping experience 23:07 Real-time access to payments 25:59 Advice for future direct sellers 29:03 Advice for current direct sellers Become a corporate client: ModernDirectSeller.com/Corporate. Explore Chalk Couture: ChalkCouture.com.

Couture & Construction
Why Your Business Needs a CRM with David Graham & Chelsea Rand

Couture & Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 44:36


Welcome to Season 5 of Couture & Construction! We are an uplifting podcast dedicated to the many different aspects of the luxury building industry.This week, for our 80th episode of the podcast, we have the pleasure of discussing why your business needs a CRM. We have on David Graham of Greenhouse Creative & Chelsea Rand of Chelsea Rand Consulting!David & Chelsea are great guests with phenomenal experience on this matter. They actually headed up our very own CRM implementation here at Textures, so they are incredibly well versed in the subject! Tune in the hear the good, bad, ugly & overall success that comes with starting your CRM journey & everything that comes with it!Check Out David Graham:WebsiteCheck Out Chelsea Rand:WebsiteLinkedInEpisode Sources:CRM can boost your conversion rates by 300% (Source).The ROI of a CRM software system, when properly implemented, can exceed 245% (Source).The average ROI for CRM is $8.71 for every dollar spent (Source).CRM software can increase revenue by up to 29% (Source).CRM applications can increase revenue by up to 41% per sales rep (Source).Companies that use CRM have increased their sales forecast by 42% (Source).Sales teams that adopted CRM have grown productivity by 34% (Source).50% of business owners say CRM increased productivity (Source). 65% of business owners claim CRM increased their sales quota (Source). 40% of business owners say CRM helped reduce their labor costs (Source). 74% of business owners state CRM improved customer relationships (Source).74% of CRM software users claim their CRM system gave them improved access to customer data (Source).50% of teams improved their productivity by using a mobile CRM (Source).Users of mobile CRM software experienced an 87% improvement in sales, a 74% increase in customer satisfaction, and a 73% improvement in business efficiency (Source).

The Quirky Dog
Portrait Couture Pups with Photographer Dawn Gagye

The Quirky Dog

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 39:02


This week, Jess and Scott are joined by Dawn Gagye, owner of Portrait Couture Studio and co-owner of Canines on Duty. Dawn is a well-known New England photographer and has been taking breathtaking pictures of Jess and Scott's crew for the past decade.  Why does Dawn feel like every woman not only deserves but actually needs a Portrait Couture session? How can you incorporate your animals into a studio session with Dawn? What has Dawn's 20 years of experience photographing pets in addition to humans taught her? To find out more about Dawn's Portrait Couture Studio, visit: https://www.portraitcouturestudio.com/ For a link to a DISCOUNTED Portrait Couture Session EXCLUSIVE for The Quirky Dog listeners and viewers (expires 12/31/23), click: https://bit.ly/PortraitCoutureTQD I also created a QR code for the offer as well, if that is helpful. It can go up on the screen perhaps.  The viewer can scan it with their camera app and it will link to the details!  Follow and Watch Us On: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/caninehealing YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtlRQjjeIHOgEAAlgB3MviA Listen to Us On: PodBean: https://thequirkydog.podbean.com/ #ScottWilliamsDogTrainer #JessWilliamsDogTrainer #CanineHealing #TheQuirkyDog #DogTraining #Studio21PodcastCafe #UnitedPodcastNetwork

Couture & Construction
From the Sidewalk of Nashville's 2022 Parade of Homes

Couture & Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 16:41


Welcome to Season 5 of Couture & Construction! We are an uplifting podcast dedicated to the many different aspects of the luxury building industry.This week, for our 79th episode of the podcast, we have the delight of doing something brand new for us. We went out to the Parade of Homes again to set up a table & ask visitors live on the scene about their thoughts of the projects!After setting up in front of Legend's Best of Show home, we waited as the guests rolled in to hear their live reactions to each of the projects. They each shared with us their favorite overall home, their ideal design feature to take to their own project & more!Check Out the Parade of Homes:Website

The Get Thrifty Podcast
59: Upcycled Doggie Couture with Paula Munson

The Get Thrifty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 34:35


Your beloved pup deserves to be a fashionista! Paula Munson @pixies_couture_closet takes kids ‘clothes she finds at her local thrift store and turns them into couture fashion for her four dogs…and has turned this passion into a successful upcycle business for other animal lovers! Tune in to this fun episode of the Get Thrifty Podcast with host Maggie Scivicque and learn all about how Paula mastered couture sewing skills, her one-of-a-kind thrift flips, and all the Disney characters costumes she has made for her four furry friends!

A Closer Look Podcast
Season 2 Ep 4 - "A Spider in the Chili"

A Closer Look Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 33:51


Denis worries about a potential mole on set. We meet former New Yorker Magazine Allagash White. Michael Chiclets and Pearl Whett put their heads together. We travel to Neo-Phoenix. Someone sees something that they weren't supposed to see. FEATURING: Rob Franco as Gorilla Randy April Clark as Pearl Whett Patrick Doran as Michael Chiclets Grace Freud as Broyle Dunson Dan Donohue as Billy Clientele Will as Will Nate as everyone else "Batteries" - music composed by Couture