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We talk about Lucy Moyse Ferreira's fascinating, recently launched book ‘Danger in the Path of Chic: Violence in Fashion between the Wars'. See links below. Don't forget to check out Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/bandeapartpodcast Robin Givhan, ‘André Leon Talley became an icon by never losing faith in the glory of fashion', Washington Post (19 January 2022): https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/2022/01/19/andre-leon-talley-appreciation/ André Leon Talley, ‘A.L.T.: A Memoir' (Villlard 2003) André Leon Talley, ‘The Chiffon Trenches: A Memoir', read by ATM (Penguin Random House 2020): https://www.penguinrandomhouseaudio.com/book/609773/the-chiffon-trenches/ ‘Helen Levitt: In the Street', The Photographers' Gallery, London (15 October 2021 – 13 February 2022): https://thephotographersgallery.org.uk/whats-on/helen-levitt-retrospective Lucy Moyse Ferreira, ‘Danger in the Path of Chic: Violence in Fashion between the Wars' (Bloomsbury Publishing 2021): https://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/danger-in-the-path-of-chic-9781350126282/ Lucy Moyse Ferreira: https://www.arts.ac.uk/research/ual-staff-researchers/lucy-moyse-ferreira
A Rhode Island emergency department provides a window into how front-line health-care workers are coping with the latest covid surge. And a conversation about how André Leon Talley embodied the heart of the fashion world.Read more:Laura Forman, Kent Hospital's emergency department director, says that her days dealing with a deluge of covid patients involves a lot of “best bad options.” Reporters Joyce Koh and Lenny Bernstein reported from Rhode Island, where overwhelmed emergency staff have been forced to see patients in their cars. Forman says her staff are burning out – and the conditions are the worst she's seen in her 26-year career. Fashion icon André Leon Talley died this week at the age of 73. Talley was the former creative director of American Vogue, the first and only black person to hold that position. Senior critic-at-large Robin Givhan interviewed Talley many times over the years – and they were also friends. “He had an incredible capacity for generosity. And it came through in a way that was just as grand as his personality,” Givhan says.
We're BACK with a free Patreon episode! This week, we're joined by the legendary Ollie of @fashion_wankers (hopefully still) and the new @ollivion. Listen in as Ollie talks about his account being taken down literal hours before we began recording (it's returned now so we're very thankful), starting his new brand, and all sorts of high quality fashion banter. Thank you so much to Ollie for joining us, and thank you everyone for listening! If you'd like to join the Patreon, you can go to patreon.com/pairofkingspodcast for a second episode every week, and more!
What is up family! This week I am actually in the friggid cold of New York City. I came here to expand the content that I am creating for both YouTube and Tik Tok. This past week has been a ton of fun mixed in with a ton of work. I can't wait for everyone to see all of the content to come in the upcoming weeks!Enjoy the episode! (Leave a 5 star review)https://www.instagram.com/drewjoiner_/
Bachelor contestants pay a ton for dresses to wear on the show, Abercrombie & Fitch is fully embracing its comeback attempt, and Kaarin takes us on a trip through Thom Browne's latest collection. The New York legislature is considering a fashion sustainability law, StockX is likely going public, and mystery boxes have gone luxury. Come hang out! www.popfashionpodcast.com
Episode 75 and Wendi and Dfernando revisit their guest interview with Hollywood actor-turned-renown photographer Randall Slavin. Picking up a camera didn't start out as an artistic pursuit for Randall Slavin. While working a dead end job in a gas station, he wandered into a local photography studio and struck up a friendship with the owner. The owner took the young Slavin under his wing and taught him a few photography basics, then promptly fired him a few months later. With nowhere else to turn, Slavin put one foot in front of the other and never looked back. In the years since and through his lens, he's documented his journey.As an actor he was seen on numerous classic TV shows: ROSEANNE, CYBILL, BEVERLY HILLS 90210, THE PRACTICE, ANGEL, to CSI: CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION, and on film in ZOOLANDER, PRIMAL FEAR, and LEGENDS OF THE FALL. Randall Slavin had his photography debut in the prestigious New York Times Magazine and his work has appeared in Vanity Fair, GQ, Esquire, Rolling Stone and many others. Slavin had his first exhibit in Paris in 2008 and a solo show at Annenberg Space For Photography in 2011. He received the 2011 Hollywood Style Award for "Photographer of the Year."From the vinyl seats of Hollywood nightclubs in 1999 to glossy cover shoots in New York, Slavin has captured snapshots of it all, encapsulated in his debut photography collection, WE ALL WANT SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL. Featuring stunning portraits and spirited candids of the most recognizable people in Hollywood, Slavin offers us a peek behind the curtain in this ultimately revelatory collection that will last a lifetime. Also on Episode 75, Wendi and Dfernando talk about the late great fashion icon Andre Leon Talley, and Dfernando shares his experience attending a post-screening Q&A for the 2019 Truman Capote documentary THE CAPOTE TAPES that featured Talley. Wendi shares "procrasturbating" - the art of putting things off till the last minute. On THE RIPE REPORT, Wendi shares The Republic of Tea Daily Beauty Blueberry Lavender Herbal Tea, and Dfernando discovers the new NBC TV workplace comedy AMERICAN AUTO, created by Justin Spitzer and starring Ana Gasteyer (now streaming on NBC OnDemand, Hulu, and Peacock TV). Watch Wendi and Dfernando and their TEAM GENERATION RIPE: Greg Covey, Shelley McLendon and Ponciana Badia on Season 7 Episode 2 of CELEBRITY FAMILY FEUD - now on ABC OnDemand and Hulu and on the GENERATION RIPE website. Follow us on our Instagram:Wendi McLendon-CoveyDfernando ZarembaGENERATION RIPE... and our guest Randall SlavinRemember to subscribe to GENERATION RIPEAnd rate & leave us a review by clicking HERE!Visit Dfernando Zaremba's website: dfernandozaremba.com
Valerie Steele is director and chief curator of The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, where she has personally organized more than 25 exhibitions, including The Corset: Fashioning the Body, Gothic: Dark Glamour, A Queer History of Fashion, and Paris, Capital of Fashion. She is founder and editor in chief of Fashion Theory: The Journal of Dress, Body & Culture, the first peer-reviewed, scholarly journal in Fashion Studies. Described in The Washington Post as one of fashions brainiest women Steele combines serious scholarship (and a Yale Ph.D.) with a rare ability to communicate with general audiences. She is author or co-author of more than two dozen books, including Paris Fashion: A Cultural History, Women of Fashion, Fetish: Fashion, Sex and Power, and Fashion Designers A-Z: The Collection of The Museum at FIT. As an author, curator, editor, and public intellectual, Valerie Steele has been instrumental in creating the modern field of fashion studies and has appeared on many television programs, including The Oprah Winfrey Show and Undressed: The Story of Fashion. www.fitnyc.edu/museum · www.creativeprocess.info
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On this episode of the Welcome to the Metaverse podcast, we explore the fascinating world of digital fashion with CEO & Founder of major digital fashion house The Fabricant - Kerry Murphy. The Fabricant has worked with some of the biggest brands on the planet including Adidas, Puma, Tommy Hilfiger, the recent H&M digital fashion campaign with Maisie Williams and are soon to launch The Fabricant Studio. There was no better person to talk about what is happening in this space with than Kerry, he gave some invaluable insight into where this is all going and the future of the metaverse. I left this episode genuinely buzzing for the future of this space, there is some absolute gold from Kerry in this chat. ======================= This podcast is sponsored by the awesome Republic Realm who are a leader in metaverse innovation, investment, and NFTs. They are among the largest owners of digital real estate NFTs in Decentraland, The Sandbox and Axie Infinity to name just a few. They're also the creators of the Fantasy Islands metaverse NFT project, the ultra-luxury metaverse destination and community in The Sandbox and beyond. You can find out more about what they are up to at republicrealm.com, join their substack newsletter with updates about the wider metaverse here realmroundup.substack.com and follow on twitter https://www.twitter.com/joinrepublic_RE and discord here discord.gg/ntSaG8b9sW ======================= As always nothing in podcast is financial or investment advice, always do your own research. ======================= Republic Realm's Links Twitter : https://www.twitter.com/joinrepublic_RE Discord : discord.gg/ntSaG8b9sW Substack : realmroundup.substack.com Website https://www.republicrealm.com ======================= The Fabricant's Links The Fabricant Twitter : https://twitter.com/the_fab_ric_ant Kerry Murphy Twitter : https://twitter.com/k3rrymurphy The Fabricant Website : https://www.thefabricant.com/ The Fabricant Studio Discord : https://discord.gg/krHys5rcdD ======================= My links : Twitter : https://twitter.com/metaverseluke Email : email@example.com To join my weekly NFT drops and metaverse newsletter, head to metaverseluke.substack.com ======================= In this conversation we talk about : - Kerry's journey, how he discovered digital fashion and realised it was about to be the next big wave - Why fashion is more than just clothes to keep us warm, it's a way of showcasing our identity and story - why digital fashion achieves this in a much more interesting way - How avatars are going to be crucial to how me experience the metaverse and digital fashion aligns with this - Major other use cases for digital fashion including more immersive shopping experiences and counterfeit protection - The current struggles of the fashion industry and how digital fashion can help solve them, along with some of the problems still to be solved that the metaverse will amplify - Some of the campaigns that The Fabricant have worked on that Kerry is most proud of and why they are moving to creating their own future with The Fabricant Studio - Mapping out the full lifecycle of a garment and production process for digital fashion - What needs to happen for digital fashion to go fully mainstream - The major opportunities ahead and how you can get involved
*** Show Notes ***The Clothing Brand Marketing System: https://clothingbrandmarketing.com/Design Crowd (DISCOUNT CODE - "APPAREL"): https://www.designcrowd.com/apparelBook A Brand Review: https://www.apparelsuccess.com/Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/243380772810772/QUESTION — Have a question about how to run your clothing brand? Post in comments section of this video!About This Video:In this episode of Apparel Success, Rob shares the ultimate principle for quitting your job and making money online in 2022. This is an educational and motivational video for entrepreneurs looking for the right mindset to earn money and make a new life for themselves. I lay for you what the entrepreneurial process looks like. It's easier than ever to start a grow a successful business - it all comes down to you being "proactive" in your current situation. This video is for all entrepreneurs.
Ever wonder what makes someone successful in the personal styling field? Today, I'm covering the mindset of a successful personal stylist. Join my Online Personal Stylist Training: https://www.fashiontranslated.com/personal-stylist-training Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instragram.com/ChristieRessel Want a free wardrobe basics checklist? Join my VIP newsletter to nab it! www.fashiontranslated.com
When Personal Stylist and Image Consultant Katie Allen looks into a closet, she sees so much more than shoes and clothing. She sees an opportunity for women to “put on their power.” In this fun, eye-opening episode, Katie shares a wealth of style knowledge including the importance of having clothes that reflect your lifestyle, using style to connect back to your inner self, and the mistakes she sees entrepreneurs making with their clothing selections. Check out this episode to learn how to use your personal style to build your confidence while expressing your authentic self!
Biohacking is a huge passion of mine and it's always a pleasure to discuss these topics with a fellow enthusiast who happens to be an expert in the fitness arena. Today's Get Yourself Optimized guest, Corey Boutwell is a fitness model who has won numerous fitness competitions. He is a WBFF World Beauty Fitness and Fashion professional athlete. He's the host of the Corey Boutwell Podcast, a coach to entrepreneurs, and an expert on getting men to activate their Alpha. When my friend and mentor James Schramko recommends I interview someone, as he did with Corey, I take it seriously. I immediately knew this conversation will hold extreme value and it definitely delivered. So whether you've already started your fitness journey or this is your New Year's resolution for 2022, tune in for some great advice that will help you live your life without limits. The show notes, including the transcript and checklist to this episode, are at getyourselfoptimized.com/335
Trends come and go in the blink of an eye. Fast fashion is a way to keep up with those trends. The clothes are cheap, easy to find, and come in every color of the rainbow. It makes it easy to afford a different outfit for every day of the week if you wish. But at what cost? This fast fashion is endangering our health, the health of the planet, and the dignity of workers all over the world. It's time to slow down this dangerous fast-fashion craze. || Full Show Notes - https://darinolien.com/fast-fashion-fatal-conveniences/
It's a soLo mission today on The Lo Life as Lo sits down on the mic to share an update on his life, reveal a newly reintroduced celebrity crush, and answer all the Lo Lifer questions related to fashion. First and foremost, we need to update our beloved listeners: Lo is NOT in a mental institution or rehab, he just had to take a second away from social media to focus on his state of mind and his fam. But, he's back and ready to share a promising mental health update and fill you in on his most recent binges while he's been in the OC caring for dad (please send T's & P's for papa VonRumpf!). It's been a hot minute since Lo talked style, and you know he has plenty to say when it comes to the subject, so he's ready to get into everything including trends to avoid this year, the 6 things you should get rid of ASAP, and how to spice up a basic b!tch of a closet. While for the most part, Lo is on board with anything that makes you feel your absolute best, there are some trends that just shouldn't be cyclical, and he's revealing what's on his “what not to wear” list in 2022 and always. He's also diving into the very true expression that a messy home and closet can reflect a messy life and mental state; he's seen it to be true and gives his best tips for cleaning up your closet and your life, slowly but surely. This is one you won't want to miss as Lo takes on one of his favorite topics in a special solo episode! Please be sure to rate, follow, review, and send to a friend so we can keep this sh!t show on the road, kings and kweens! Follow your host Lo on Instagram @stylelvr and make sure to drink some water... we know you're thirsty. Thank you to our sponsors for making this episode possible! Check out these deals just for you, Lo Lifers: HELLOFRESH - Go to HelloFresh.com/lolife16 and use code lolife16 for up to 16 free meals AND 3 free gifts! SURELY WINES - Visit www.hisurely.com/LOLIFE and use code LOLIFE to receive 20% off all Surely products! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In dieser Folge rede ich mit @stylischauchingummistiefeln über Fashion und style Gibt es überhaupt altersgerechte Klamotten - Die Rolle vom Sport in Bezug auf Klamotten - sich als Frau sexy fühlen - spielt alter eine Rolle ob man sexy ist oder nicht . Folgt mir auf Instagram:https://instagram.com/taekwondoartistnew?utm_medium=copy_link Folgt Katrin:https://instagram.com/stylischauchingummistiefeln?utm_medium=copy_link schaut auf ihrer Website vorbei:https://stylishauchingummistiefeln.de/
In this episode I speak with Passion about having a Sporty Spice aesthetic, why she hated fashion growing up, 90's and early 2000's nostalgia, the color wheel, the discomfort yet necessity of skinny jeans, how she shows up in the workplace, thick leg problems, and much more! Give this episode a listen, rate BSA on Apple and Spotify, and share it with a friend. Follow Passion on IG: https://www.instagram.com/_artdealher/ In this episode she mentions: Target TJ Maxx Shein Adobe Color Wheel Follow BSA on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/blackstyleanecdotes/ Visit the BSA website: https://www.blackstyleanecdotes.com
Every kid has had the dream at one point or another... "I'll just start a clothing brand and get super rich." It's a tale as old as time. But few, and I mean VERY few, ever even follow through with the idea. And for those who do the level of success is minimal. On this week's Destination Different we've got someone who is defying the odds. Farouq Gidado has always been an artistic kid with an eye for fashion. When he was in high school him and some friends coined the phrase "Always Be About Something" (or ABAS for short). Farouq kept the phrase in his back pocket until one day he decided to make tee shirts with the phrase across the chest. The first drop sold out and he thought it would be smooth sailing on the way to fame and fortune... It wasn't. Years went by where he was working multiple other jobs, wasn't making any money with ABAS, and it seemed like his brand was never going to get going. Then one after another after another he started piling up small wins to the point where he was able to quit his day job and go all-in on ABAS full time. In this episode we talked about Farouq's approach to slowly building the brand, teaching himself how to be a businessman, and why one day everyone at Nike will know his name. If you want to buy a piece of ABAS Clothing you can check out their site at abasclothing.com or follow along with their latest updates over on Instagram @abasclothing. I'm basically a TikTok star now. Go troll me over there. Website - destinationdifferent.co Instagram - @destinationdifferent TikTok - @destinationdifferent
Welp, the Cowboy Nation is once again without their yearly claimed “Super Bowl”, lol. Not only did Dallas lose, but their fans also lost to the internet & the TV cameras. Mo & Mel discuss some of the recap worthy events taking place this Wild Card Weekend, including the dildo on the field in Buffalo, OBJ's 40yrd TD pass, the “whistle” in Cincinnati and Buffalo running out of fireworks. Mel finds it odd that COVID testing is being waived by UFC 270 fighters & their corners that are fully vaccinated during the week of the fight, especially after the Grammys were postponed & location changed after California's restrictions. Did Tony Romo get Botox? Plus the ladies enjoy another episode of the Gridiron Heights “Casino” episode and discuss a couple more “Los Jugadores Locos". It's also a busy night in the NBA, Mo talks about her Lakers and Vogul being on a short lease while Mel discusses her Bulls slump & injury issues. The ladies introduce a new Women's Pro basketball league starting here in Las Vegas next week, Athletes Unlimited Basketball. Of course more #Sneaker drops and a couple special #girlpower mentions and Mo has a special Fashion talk in honor of André Leon Talley. We are #LIVE on Facebook LIVE each Wednesday through the GirlChatSports YouTube & Facebook & Twitter pages. Miss the LIVE show? Don't worry, #Subscribe to our YouTube or we can also be found on your favorite podcast app through our LinkTree link https://linktr.ee/girlchatsports and on 24/7 AM Radio Network Wednesday at 7pm PT/10pm ET. GirlChatSports is always looking for businesses or products to partner up with, send us an email, let's connect! We can't wait to hear from you! #Subscribe #Listen #Follow #Like & #Share Reach out to us on Social Media (Instagram & Twitter) or email GirlChatSports@gmail.com to give us your feedback and any topics you would like to have addressed. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/girlchatsports/support
What's the #1 blocker to achieving your biggest goals and dreams? Fear. Rebecca Minkoff is a fashion designer and wildly successful entrepreneur. An industry leader in accessible luxury handbags and apparel, her designs are inspired by strong, confident women. In her new book, Fearless, Rebecca re-writes the rules to share her secrets for unlocking creativity, courage, and success. In our conversation, Rebecca guides us how to let go of others' expectations, overcome the fear of failure, and reach your goals—no matter how unattainable they may seem.
Brad Rowland (@BTRowland, DIME on UPROXX) hosts episode No. 1162 of the Locked on Hawks podcast. The show focuses on Wednesday's game between the Atlanta Hawks and the Minnesota Timberwolves, including an ugly defensive start, an explosive third quarter, Onyeka Okongwu's defensive impact, Trae Young's brilliant offense, and much more. SUPPORT 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 AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. PrizePicks Don't hesitate, check out PrizePicks.com and use promo code: “NBA” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Highlights:1.The entire 2022 year in detail & what to expect 2.Personal information about Susan you've never heard before!3.Each zodiac sign in depth for this year 4.Listen to what Susan shares about # Grief - Let Susan know what helped you get through your grief?5.#Quote - “Anticipation is worse than realization.” Susan says you can get through it. You can do it.6.Always try something new. This episode features a world-renowned expert here to discuss ASTROLOGY and Your Year Ahead. Susan Miller is a true pioneer of the internet, with Astrology Zone celebrating 26 years on the internet. On December 14, 1995, Astrology Zone launched with Pathfinder for Time Inc., then was invited by Disney to appear on Go.Com followed by ABC.News for Walt Disney, followed by Susan running her own award-winning site independently where she has been ever since. You can follow and chat with Susan on Twitter @AstrologyZone and website: astrologyzone.comAward-winning "Dare to Dream" podcast, is enjoyed by listeners for over 14 years with host, Debbi Dachinger, with powerful conversation on metaphysics, quantum creating, law of attraction, healing, and extraterrestrials. Subscribe! Leave a review; we read and appreciate them all! Join me on Instagram: @daretodreampodcast and @debbidachingerDebbi Dachinger is a certified coach whose expertise is Visibility in Media. She coaches people to write a page turner book, takes their book to a guaranteed international bestseller, AND pulls back the curtain, so clients have the system to be interviewed on media and podcast and get massive results. Debbi shows people how to find and use media exposure to locate their tribe, fill workshops, sell books, and gain exposure. Connect with Debbi: https://DebbiDachinger.com Get your free Template to learn what YOUR unique message is for your business: https://debbidachinger.com/gift#podcast #DebbiDachinger #DareToDream #Instagood #instalove #instawork #instapeople #instatime #health #quantum #Book #spiritual #consciousness #metaphysical #et #transformation #meditate #medicine #ceremony #alien #love #beautiful #happy #tbt #followme #nofilter #life #yoga #amazing #FBF #media #podcaster #apple #paranormal #listening #SusanMiller #heal #spiritual #Astrology #Horoscope #Fashion #SunSign #forecast #AstrologyZone #planetary #calendar #NewYork #YearAhead #Aries #Leo #Sagittarius #Taurus #Virgo #Capricorn #Gemini #Libra #Aquarius #Cancer #Scorpio #Pisces #grief #pandemic #zodiac #astrologysigns #mercuryRetrograde #moon #money #love #2022The show is sponsored by DrDainHeer.com and Access Consciousness
L'After foot, c'est LE show d'après-match et surtout la référence des fans de football depuis 15 ans ! Les rencontres se prolongent tous les soirs avec Gilbert Brisbois et Nicolas Jamain avec les réactions des joueurs et entraîneurs, les conférences de presse d'après-match et les débats animés entre supporters, experts de l'After et auditeurs. RMC est une radio généraliste, essentiellement axée sur l'actualité et sur l'interactivité avec les auditeurs, dans un format 100% parlé, inédit en France. La grille des programmes de RMC s'articule autour de rendez-vous phares comme Apolline Matin (6h-9h), les Grandes Gueules (9h-12h), Estelle Midi (12h-15h), Super Moscato Show (15h-18h), Rothen s'enflamme (18h-20h), l'After Foot (20h-minuit).
André Leon Talley, the towering former creative director and editor-at-large of Vogue magazine, has died. He had a front row seat to fashion shows around the world, and provided his readers a lens into that world through his writing. Jeffrey Brown has our appreciation of Talley as part of our arts and culture series, CANVAS. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Are you a gent who customarily wears a scarf as a part of your wardrobe? Not simply on cold days but to look fashionable as well as stylish? This week the gents discuss and debate the scarf! We ask please that you comment, forward, and share be well and enjoy! GET MY FREE BOOK (The Life of a Gentleman) https://gumroad.com/l/hICA LISTEN TO THE PODCAST http://www.thelifeofagent.com/podcast WORK 1-on-1 WITH ME http://www.thelifeofagent.com/coaching SCHEDULE A FREE 15 MIN. CONSULTATION calendly.com/thelifeofagent LISTEN TO THE PODCAST ON ITUNES https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-life-of-a-gentleman-fashion-lifestyle/id1116526004?mt=2 SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZsIU2hAUrUIfoY6gzQHHag The Life of a Gentleman is a Podcast that covers the subjects of Fashion, Business and Lifestyle. The Podcast Host, Rich Taylor is also an author and entrepreneur, who has started a popular men's fashion brand with over 80K following on Instagram alone. Each week a business owner, brand creator or other creative is interviewed. The goal is to inspire the audience to create their own business. The show also includes weekly style tips and business advice, making for a well-rounded gentleman. The Podcast is not only limited to men - with regular women contributors and a focus on entrepreneurship, anyone can benefit from the content. Let's work together to be the best version of ourselves we can possibly be! How a gentleman properly wears a scarf! The Life of a Gentleman (Unstitched) SHOP NECKTIES & ACCESSORIES https://harrisonblakeapparel.com/ GET 1 TIE + 4 ACCESSORIES FOR $25 http://harrisonblakeapparel.com/selected-monthly-club/ CONNECT WITH ME ONLINE http://www.thelifeofagent.com/ https://www.instagram.com/thelifeofagent/ https://www.instagram.com/wearlapelpins/?hl=en https://www.instagram.com/gentlemanspodcast/ https://twitter.com/rltheauthor?lang=en https://www.facebook.com/Harrison-Blake-Apparel-267679153414360/
Hudson and Isaia talk about how you can tell someones age by the way they text. They also break down their version of fashion in 2022. COVID hamsters, the most popular hot sauces, taking a selfie while your car sinks, and more on this episode of the Worst of The RIOT.
In this edition of World Between Worlds, Jay and Dennis review their latest Star Wars acquisitions for the holidays. Join us for this “best of” edition of the show. In this episode of World Between Worlds on Podcast Stardust, we discuss: The Star Wars themed soap from Dr. Squatch, The Mandalorian themed socks from Stance, Star Wars themed socks from Rock ‘Em, An Ahsoka themed candle from Space Coyote Crafts on Etsy, New Star Wars acquisitions from Her Universe, Ahsoka themed attire from Heroes & Villains, A Star Wars Tatooine Wood Map Wall Decor from Hobby Lobby, The Star Wars Diamond Dotz Kit, A custom Padmé votive candle holder from Jenn Marie Studio, and The Boba Fett Hallmark Keepsake Ornament. If you enjoyed this episode, check out our last edition of World Between Worlds. Thanks for joining us for another episode! Subscribe to Podcast Stardust for all your Star Wars news, reviews, and discussion wherever you get your podcasts. And please leave us a five star review on Apple Podcasts. Find Jay and her cosplay adventures on J.Snips Cosplay on Instagram. Follow us on social media: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Pinterest | YouTube. T-shirts, hoodies, stickers, masks, and posters are available on TeePublic. Find all episodes on RetroZap.com.
Serving While Being Served is the ultimate lifestyle podcast serving a good word in everything from Religion, Fashion and Health With A lot of Luxury and Class. While the universe is pouring into me, I will pour into others everything and anything I learn along this Beautiful God Given Journey called Life. Whoever said one can't Serve others while one is Being Served? I Pray You listen and enjoy this podcast And it puts Love & Light into your soul and you become Filled with the joy to go Serve others ! Peace and blessings to you and May Our Father God Continue to Bless YOU!Please Make Sure To Join My Instagram family @Nurse_Monroe Youtube @NurseMonroe22Twitter @Housewifesunday
There are a lot of stereotypes surrounding father-daughter relationships. Once Michael knew he was having a daughter, he was determined to make sure she knew how and provided a way to help express herself, and one way he does that is through sewing.
At an early age, Cynthia Rowley, a native of Illinois, discovered her love of sewing. With an artistic and creative gift that spanned beyond her garments, Cynthia studied painting and fine arts at the Art Institute of Chicago. She would later pivot into fashion after observing the constraints of the art world environment, shifting into an industry that would allow her to be creatively free to express herself. After completing her academic studies, Cynthia moved to New York City, ready to pursue her dream of becoming a designer. After a decade of building her business, Cynthia would be honored by the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) with the Perry Ellis Award for New Fashion Talent in 1994. Cynthia's brand philosophy, that fashion should be an adventure, catapulted her line into a full-blown brand containing a series of products, licenses, and brand collaborations. She would also author the Swell book series, featuring her illustration and writing talents. Combining her penchant for all things pretty and sporty, Cynthia collaborated with Roxy Quicksilver to produce surf and snow collections and even launched a CR Surf Camp in Montauk. Cynthia is also the recipient of The Art Institute of Chicago's Legend of Fashion award and the Designer of the Year award at the 37th Annual American Apparel and Footwear Association American Image Awards. Host Kirsten Holtz Naim took a moment to sit down with Cynthia to discuss the importance of listening to your audience, how naivete can be a form of power, the importance of an internship, and not taking "no" for an answer. Enjoy the episode? Support the podcast by buying a cup of coffee! Learn more here: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/afashionmoment Connect with Us! Spotify | Apple Shop + Support Instagram: @afashionmoment Twitter: @A_FashionMoment Email: AFashionMomentPodcast@gmail.com Website: A Fashion Moment Show Notes: Shop the collections at https://cynthiarowley.com/ Follow Cynthia on Instagram @cynthiarowley Check out Cynthia's podcast, Ageless with her daughter Kit Keenan: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ageless/id1462642371 Follow Cynthia's podcast on Instagram @agelesspodcast Forbes Article: ROXY And Cynthia Rowley Launch New Snow And Surf Collection With Ambassadors Chloe Kim And Kelia Moniz: https://www.forbes.com/sites/michellebruton/2021/11/03/roxy-and-cynthia-rowley-launch-new-snow-and-surf-collection-with-ambassadors-chloe-kim-and-kelia-moniz/ Learn more about The Art Institute of Chicago: https://www.artic.edu/ The New York Times Article (1994) Announcing Cynthia's first CFDA Award: https://www.nytimes.com/1994/11/18/style/chronicle-864757.html Learn more about CR Surf Camp: https://cynthiarowley.com/blogs/news/crsurfcamp-2019 Shop Cynthia's books: Swell: A Girl's Guide to the Good Life: https://www.amazon.com/Swell-Girls-Guide-Good-Life/dp/0756786576/ref=sr_1_1 Slim: A Fantasy Memoir: https://www.amazon.com/Slim-Fantasy-Memoir-Cynthia-Rowley/dp/0847829235/ref=sr_1_6 The Swell Dressed Party: https://www.amazon.com/Swell-Dressed-Party-Cynthia-Rowley-ebook/dp/B003T0FK9E/ref=sr_1_5 Swell Holiday: Turning Up the Twinkle: https://www.amazon.com/Swell-Holiday-Turning-Up-Twinkle/dp/074348214X/ref=sr_1_3 Home Swell Home: https://www.amazon.com/Home-Swell-Cynthia-Rowley/dp/0743442776/ref=sr_1_2
Episode 260 is a special edition recap episode that highlights what we learned in season 5. This show is intended to help us gain perspective, so we can move more intentionally into season 6. “We need everybody pursuing intersectionality, environmentalism, sustainability — like, whatever you're latching onto in terms of progress, latch onto it, but do it in a healthy way that's manageable in the longterm.” -Diandra Marizet, ep 211 As I reflect on season 5, I would say there was a lot of GROWTH. Now, when I say growth, I'm doing my best to separate it from the capitalistic-driven mindset that surrounds us that aligns growth solely with economics and $$$$$. The growth I felt through season 5 was very contextual – it was about stepping back and truly understanding what is happening in fashion. The incredible guests that joined me through these episodes really challenged me to think beyond the fashion industry bubble, and to further understand how systems of oppression operate, how they impact the way fashion functions today, and how fashion in and of itself perpetuates these harmful systems through its origins and structure. Concluding Season 5 feels like an important step for me. It featured interviews with many guests that I admire deeply, and it really reminded me that if we don't slow down to understand how far we've come, we can't move forward with clarity and intention. The special episode weaves us through some of the highlights from the season – some of the quotes that made an impact on me, and that I continue to circle back to, in my continual quest to unveil and discover more about the intersections of fashion and sustainability. Quotes & links from the conversation: The Root: Decolonizing The Sustainable Fashion Agenda with Dominique Drakeford > “We need everybody pursuing intersectionality, environmentalism, sustainability — like, whatever you're latching onto in terms of progress, latch onto it, but do it in a healthy way that's manageable in the longterm.” -Diandra Marizet on episode 211 “I really push for the narrative of 'you are your own environmentalist' that includes Indigenous experiences, ancestral knowledge if you are Indigenous, cultural-based experiences for BIPOC individuals or just lived experiences that you've had that you don't resemble to environmentalism.” -Isaias Hernandez on episode 214 “Another thing that I love to always mention is to just not feel so lost in the consumerism part of sustainability, because that goes back to colonialism, that goes back to the mindset of capitalism where people think they have to purchase in order to be a part of something, and I always love to mention that we were brought to think that we were the problem because corporations didn't want to take accountability for their mistakes, but in actuality, we are the solution.” -Reza Cristián on episode 213 “Angela Davis said in a recent conversation she had with Yara Shahidi that there's a difference between having information and having knowledge … you can Google something and have information about avocado pits but you're not suddenly the expert or the most knowledgeable on the subject — and I think people need to start to reflect on that and the differences there and really pay homage and give credit to and space to the actual experts and the actual folks who hold the knowledge and the understanding of these practices.” -Katie Pruett on episode 217 “Especially now, with things really coming to a tipping point of sorts, with so many different environmental and social issues — I think people still need to continue to have hope, because the main point of destructive or oppressive systems is for people to become weary and to become hopeless.” -Maya Penn on episode 218 “For me, disruption is about recognizing systems because you study them, and then committing in the perennial marathon effort to see where there's room and a need for radical reimagining.” -Kimberly McGlonn on episode 219 “Fashion is in the business of creating culture — we are culture creators — that is an immense power that we have is the influence of creating communities in culture. And, the fact that we have an opportunity to shape what the next culture becomes is a tremendous privilege, yet unfortunately I constantly see that we are taking that privilege for granted — we are not using it to the best of its ability. And that is why now that I'm slowly building this brand, I want to make an impact toward the change this industry deserves.” -Selina Sanders on episode 222 “Really the biggest achievement of all to-date was making this sort of bold decision to pivot our business model to operate entirely direct-to-consumer, and I think really now — our values and our business model actually align.” -Maggie Hewitt on episode 223 “In sciences, and especially the environmental sciences, we think of everything as a system. Everything is interconnected and there are ramifications for every decision made, every act that's taken, every resource used, and even social systems play into that — which is part of the reason why I loved the environmental sciences so much, because you see how this theory or this phenomena impacts people on a day-to-day, and then you can figure out — is this a balanced system or is this co-beneficial and things like that. And so, in my business, I look at it exactly the same way.” -Gina Stovall on episode 224 “We pride ourselves in providing tools, resources, highlighting thought leaders, sharing about changemakers and being a source for Indigenous perspective on society's current events — and that is us providing our community with what's needed to reclaim one's culture, reclaim identity and reclaim Indigenous story through accurate representation.” -Chantel Keiko Ricks on episode 225 “So much of what we do is working with frontline organizers, so that they can tell their own stories — inviting them to come write for us, creating space so that they're not just quoted in an article, but they're writing the article. And I think that there's sometimes hesitance to do that in the media industry, out of this sort of obsession with objectivity — I think is honestly what sometimes drives some of that. And we do that in a way that, we're not here to necessarily push an agenda, but we're here to give people space to tell their truth, tell their stories and to educate the public about the battles that many of these people are fighting.” -Yessenia Funes on episode 227 “In most of the societies, cloth is just, it's essential, it's considered something that contains the human spirit and it's the layer next to the skin — you know, it has all those meanings. And cloth is essential from what you're wound in the moment of birth to what you're wound in at the grave.” -Catherine McKinley on episode 228 “Because engineering is often about innovation and about the future, we're never told to study the past or even the current systems — it's always about create, create, create more, innovate more and think about the future. But again, if we don't take into account that context and that history, then we're just going to perpetuate those same problems over and over again.” -Kiana Kazemi on episode 230 “I think the narrative of the sustainable fashion world when it first became trendy was that you had to be disciplined in your approach to sustainable fashion, and I think that sort of also paralleled the need to streamline your color. But, now that people are starting to realize that sustainable fashion doesn't only mean shopping from curated capsule wardrobe brands — they're also seeing that they can go thrifting, and find these really cool, fun textures and repurpose the stuff that they're already wearing … it's really cool to see that color and those textures playing out right now in sustainable fashion, because it feels in a way with all of this color, more inclusive.” -Kara Fabella on episode 232 “We're gonna be really vocal with our platform to show people that we don't need to be following these trends. I think trends is what has pushed this overconsumption in massive amounts. And there's the misconception that trends are the only fun clothes you can use — like trendy clothes equal fun and sustainable clothes equal boring, which is absolutely not the case at all.” -Lottie Bertello on episode 234 “I'm trying to reclaim the word influence because I think the word is so special and so powerful. Like I said earlier — it's such an honor to be able to influence others to do things. Like with all things with capitalism, it just takes it and commodifies it, but I think we can go back to the definition of what influence is, which is to have an effect on others, and I want to be a positive influence and a good influence to encourage others to think new ways and try new things and be encouraged and be empowered.” -Jazmine Rogers on episode 238 “Nowadays, sustainable or sustainability — it means different things to different people. To you, it might mean plastics and to me, it might mean human rights or circularity or carbon. You know — it's so broad. I just think we need to move away from this broad brush approach to the subject and I guess, be more specific with which issues actually we're trying to tackle.” -Lauren Bartley on episode 239 “The society in which we live in is very much a result of the rules of our society — in that, it is people who change the rules, who create them and can change them, I should say. And so, I think that was definitely my biggest takeaway, is like, nothing about this system that we live in right now is inevitable. You know, where women garment workers are exploited and we're just trashing rivers and throwing up climate change-causing emissions into the air and creating this product that isn't making us happy — that's not an inevitability, it's just the systems of rules that we create and have to change.” -Maxine Bédat on episode 240 “This is where I feel the creativity is lacking — because generally, when you're making a product, your creativity is only bound and limited to what's viable to commerce, to how you can sell that creativity, so therefore, you cannot be fully creative if it doesn't sell, if it's something that doesn't make money.” -Akilah Stewart on episode 241 "It's about connection, connecting to everything you do and having an alternative way of looking at things. Whether it be a relationship with another being or another person or a relationship with the plants or a relationship with any aspect — anything that you interact with in the supply chain. So, when we talk about agriculture, it's about the soil, it's about ecosystems, it's about the biodiversity, it's about the animals. You know, it's not just about *not* adding chemicals — it's about recreating something which we have destroyed for years and years and years." -Nishanth Chopra on episode 242 "Self care should be an everyday thing, and it almost should be an every moment thing — like every thing that you're doing is with intention to support yourself, to preserve yourself, so that you can then continue to go on to live your life's purpose, whatever that may be." -Julia Perez on episode 243 “I wanted to fill the gap of showing that you can consume less and it can actually be fun and it doesn't have to be a sacrifice — which, like society has made it out that way — like we have to be in this constant search of more, when in fact, the opposite can actually be a very fruitful and rewarding endeavor.” -Alyssa Beltempo on episode 244 “I think no one's really attempted to make fashion rental about the sharing economy, to make it about women sharing with each other. It's always been seen more as a “oh, I want to wear designer clothing” or “oh, I want to wear something new” or “oh, I have a charity gala or a ball to go to”. It's always been for those sort of reasons — it's never really addressed the fact that we all have enough fashion in our existing wardrobes.” -Eshita Kabra-Davies on episode 245 “Fashion was never just about the garment or the clothes — I felt like it really is an ethos. Like fashion is about the restaurants you like to eat, the movies you like to watch, the museums you go to with your friends on the weekend, where you like to travel to on holiday. And creating this world of evolution, because as we get older, we change; we're evolutional beings, and how our wardrobe is affected by that.” -Nia Thomas on episode 246 “I think of something like ribbon work in my culture — like every color of the ribbon means something, or maybe it represents someone in your life or like you said, intention is first and foremost. How it looks is important, but why it's there is even more important. And so, I'm drawn to anyone who also approaches design that way.” -Christian Allaire on episode 247 “While it's mainstream now, it's important to recognize where it comes from, and the adversity that was faced from doing so back in the day. You know, we're at a point where it's a little more accepted, which is amazing, but before we go into marketing everything as genderless, I think it's important to know the struggle that came from crossdressing or drag or even participating in genderless fashion to begin with.” -Isiah Magsino on episode 249 “We have these brands, and we have people kind of saying — ok, I need to tick this box and I need to do this and I need to make sure that I have women of color in our photo shoots and our editorial campaigns, and I need to make sure x, y and z. And that to me is why diversity is tokenistic, because it's not happening from the roots, it's not happening from the foundation, it's not happening from a system that was built by BIPOC and for BIPOC.” -Natalie Shehata on episode 250 “I think right now — what nonbinary fashion means to me is just dressing the way that I want to dress without worrying about how the fashion industry would label it or how the person that maybe created it would label it, and just focus more about how it feels on my body or how it aligns with how I want to express myself at the time. So, sort of living outside of any of the labels and just focusing on what feels great to me.” -Francisco Diaz on episode 251 “Part of the sourcing is seeing what's abundant out there and kind of designing around that.” -Sara Gourlay on episode 252 “You think about all the different areas that touch fashion and fashion, in respect, it touches as well. You've got immigration, you've got trade, you've got tax issues, you've got water resource issues, you have sustainability issues, you have labor issues, you have a myriad of issues that are currently handled in Washington in a dozen different agencies. So, the idea of the fashion czar was to pull someone who could look at all these different spaces (sort of at the 30,000 foot level) and say — 'okay, here's where we need to have everyone come together'.” -Hilary Jochmans on episode 253 “Preloved is very much a word down here — we don't understand the term deadstock. There is no such thing. If it can hold together, it can be used in a quilt. If it doesn't shred in your hand, it can be used in a quilt, you know. It just depends on the person and their personal taste for doing things. Like I said, we grew up — if your zipper tore, we fixed it. If you had a hole in your pocket, we mended it. If your pants were too short, we lengthened it. If they were too long, we hemmed them. If you had a hole in your knee, we took our time, found a really old pair that were no good anywhere else, and we took time and we patched them. So, sustainability down here is just basically a way of life.” -Mary Margaret Pettway on episode 255 “We want to offer products that are going to last for decades and for generations and that are well made, and those are the values that we want to enforce and support as a company. And so, we have made that choice — that's the kind of promise that we want with the products that we sell. On the other hand, I don't shame anybody who feels that they need to shop some of these [fast fashion] brands, because sometimes, the people who are the most price-constrained, they are the best at taking care of their clothes for a long time.” -Shilla Kim-Parker on episode 256 “The people that are currently in the industry — they say diversity and inclusivity, they say sustainability but they don't really know what it is, so for me — let me catch the kids when they're younger, right? So that when they get into the industry, they're not cultural appropriating, they are thinking about hiring diversity within their teams, they are thinking about, you know, what are some systems that I can put into place to make sure that this brand that I'm working for is ethical, has a corporate social responsibility, and is sustainable all at the same time.” -Farai Simoyi on episode 257 “We have to ask ourselves — on a planet where there is not endless resources, is this the attitude that we want to lead ourselves into the future on? If we are really approaching planetary limits, I think it's actually time for us to maybe have some cultural shifts in how we view what is enough and what we should want out of life.” -Aja Barber on episode 258 “Our thirst for change is unquenchable — and the more that people feel like they have agency in that, is the more that degrowth becomes possible.” -Georgina Johnson on episode 259 “We have to be willing to discuss how the human experience is so much more nuanced than just — this is good, this is bad, and you gotta be on either side of the aisle or you're wrong. It's: we're all human, we all need to do better, and the ways we're gonna dismantle the system are by changing the way we approach consumption, being more mindful to reuse the things in our lives, but also being patient with ourselves as we slowly make that transition.” -Mikaela Clark on episode 235
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She's back, the Velvet Box is back, and we are talking sex! Growing up in the Purity Culture to now being a Sexual Educator, Dr. Holbrook shares her vast knowledge and is here to help! One overarching message rings true… that you are not alone! Rarely do two people on earth want sex at the same time, experience the same arousal, etc. What does sex look like to you? Do you know how to negotiate sex with your partner and have a common understanding of what sex is and where you want it to go? Let's talk about it!! Tune in NOW and don't forget to subscribe, listen, rate, and review!
Our guest for this episode is the amazing Karen Arthur - educator, fashion creative, dancer, mum, grandmother, founder of Wear Your Happy and host of the brilliant podcast Menopause Whilst Black. She's a multimedia node! We talk about why she's encouraging everyone to wear clothes that lift their mood, and why it all starts with our knicker drawer. There's a bit of serious chat about how the Black Lives Matter movement inspired Karen to start her podcast, and we get to ask her what she wishes she'd known before she went through the menopause. Plus we hear about Karen's experience of going through therapy, why she thinks it's good to cull your insta feed, and what she looks for in a sex toy.You can find out more about all Karen's awesome work, including her podcasts, styling sessions and sewing lessons, via her linktree. She is @therealkarenarthur on instagram. **WE HAVE A SHOP!** Visit scummymummiesshop.com for our ace t-shirts, mugs, washbags, sweatshirts and beach towels. FREE UK DELIVERY!Tickets for our 2022 shows are now on sale - we are coming to Newcastle, Leeds, Chesterfield, Milton Keynes, Barnsely, Tamworth, Norwich, Taunton, Swindon, Newbury, Horsham, Wellingborough, Portsmouth, Cambridge, Devizes, Southampton, Leamington Spa, Trowbridge, Nottingham - and new dates are being added all the time! Keep an eye on scummymummies.com for announcements and tickets. We're on Twitter (@scummymummies), Instagram, and Facebook. If you like the podcast, please rate, review and subscribe. Thanks for listening! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Streets is calling! This week, the boys are headed up to a deluxe apartment in the sky to check in with their old pal, brand consultant, self-proclaimed free agent and certified fashion legend Nick Wooster. Nick was kind enough to host us in his beautiful home to spill on paying $31,000 a year on fitness, NYC clubbing glory days, whether or not he's the most street styled man of all time, his best and worst looks, his favorite and least favorite trends right now, the best era in fashion for partying, his sobriety journey, his top 5 brands and designers of all time, how a young person can find their personal style in 2022, more tips for short kings, how much money he spends on clothing, what country he gets the most ass in, getting recognized all over the world, a peek into his horniest DMs, industry perks, what he's learned from a lifetime of fashion industry insight, sage advice from Ralph Lauren himself, his skincare routine and much more on this flagrant and fun episode of The Only Podcast That Matters™. For more Throwing Fits, check us out on Patreon: www.patreon.com/throwingfits. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
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Will Brinson, Ryan Wilson and John Breech recap all three games from Sunday's Super Wild Card action. First, they start with the most interesting and controversial matchup of the day. What the hell happened at the end of 49ers-Cowboys (4:00)? The guys break it all down including the future of Mike McCarthy and if San Francisco can compete with Green Bay in the Divisional Round. Next up, the Pick Six Superfriends focus on the Chiefs impressive effort against the Steelers while commenting on the career of Ben Roethlisberger (50:00). Then they look ahead to Bills-Chiefs and Bengals-Titans in the next rounds. Finally, we end with the Bucs beatdown of the Eagles as Deebo expresses his frustrations but also insists not to move on from Jalen Hurts just yet (1:22:30). 'Pick Six' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. You can listen to Pick Six on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Pick Six NFL podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Pick Six NFL podcast." Follow the Pick Six team on Twitter: @picksixpod, @willbrinson, @ryanwilsonCBS, @johnbreech, @E_DeBerardinis Visit the Pick Six YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/picksix Visit the CBS Sports Store to buy Pick Six merch: https://store.cbssports.com/collections/pick-six Check out the Pick Six Instagram page https://www.instagram.com/picksixpod/?hl=en Read the Pick Six newsletter here: https://www.cbssports.com/newsletters/picksix/ Join our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/758548147935545/ For more NFL coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices