This week's guest features Emily Brickel Edelson, who is a new mom, Entrepreneur, Co-Founder of Chic Sketch, published Fashion Illustrator, Speaker and Author of the book Sketch and Go: 5 Minute Fashion Illustration. In this episode, we discuss the below topics: - How she started Chic Sketch, which is a mobile application and live fashion illustration events service - Combining her skill and love for fashion illustration with creating a technology app with her husband - Balancing Motherhood and Career: the real difficulties with transition in personal and professional life - Pressures of being a mom and guilt of being present but also wanting time for yourself - Becoming more private with social media since being a mom Feel free to leave a positive review on Apple Podcasts and Spotify if you enjoyed this episode and be sure to share this with a friend! You can also email any questions or feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org ------------------- ABOUT EMILY BRICKEL EDELSON: Emily Brickel Edelson is a new mom, Entrepreneur, Co-Founder of Chic Sketch, published Fashion Illustrator, Speaker and Author of the book Sketch and Go: 5 Minute Fashion Illustration. Since 2015, Chic Sketch, a mobile application and live fashion illustration events service has partnered with thousands of luxury and international brands in fashion, beauty, fragrance, technology, and media and her sketches have reached millions of viewers around the world. Some of these partnerships include Harper's Bazaar ICON's, Cartier, Fendi, Dior, Bulgari, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdale's, Macy's, Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, Swarovski, Kate Spade, MTV, IMG, Sephora and Maybelline just to name a few. Partnered with Fox's biggest show The Masked Singer, Chic Sketch has activated digitally with a proprietary AI mobile application to reach hundreds of thousands of viewers, sketched as their favorite masked singer for 2 seasons. Emily has sketched for NYFW backstage and front row as well as Bridal Fashion Week, the Latin AMA Red Carpet award show in Hollywood, digital StyleCaster Golden Globe Pre-Show and more. Featured in The New York Times, Vogue España, ELLE, Allure, Instyle, Cosmopolitan, WWD, E! News and more. Named one of Who What Wear's “Best Fashion Illustrators” and one of “New York's 7 Most Influential Women” by Elite Daily and On Mogul, Emily's background is in Marketing, Fashion Design and Fashion Illustration. Emily is a graduate from the Fashion Institute of Technology with a BA in Fashion Merchandising Management and International Fashion Merchandising Management at the Universite De Polimoda in Florence, Italy. Social media: https://www.instagram.com/emilybrickel/?hl=en https://www.instagram.com/chicsketch/?hl=en Websites: https://chicsketch.com --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thecityconfessions/support
Ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes at New York Fashion Week? In this episode, we interview four members of our New York Fashion Week team: Kimberly Loomis, Serina Battaglini, Roxanne Muir, and Kayla Orth! They share what it was like working behind the scenes with celebrity stylist Matthew Curtis at the Alice and Olivia showcase. Press play to discover what helped them reach this professional milestone and gain inspiring insights from our incredible team of pros! Links and Resources: solasalons.com Sola x NYFW: Get the Looks Follow Sola on Social: Facebook | Instagram Connect with Our Guests: @kimberlyloomis @hairbykaylaorth @serinas_styles @roxannemuir
On this episode of the Friends in Beauty podcast I welcome Andrea C. Samuels to the Friends in Beauty guest chair. Andrea is an award winning Celebrity Makeup Artist, Hair Stylist and Beauty Educator who excels in beauty, editorial and red carpet events nationwide and internationally. Between 2013 to today, Andrea has assisted some of the industry's top Makeup Artists such as Ashunta Sheriff, Sir John, DeShawn Hatcher, Gucci Westman and the late AJ Crimson. Andrea was the first makeup finalist for the Fall 2015 “Vfiles Made Fashion'' Show at NYFW and was the Key Makeup Artist for four runway designers sponsored by V Magazine. In 2020, Andrea ventured into hairstyling to add to her arsenal of skills and completed her Cosmetology License at Paul Mitchell The School in California. Andrea has reached her 18th year of being a beauty professional and has garnered select clientele such as Versace, Gucci, Nike, Target, Hall of Famer Dwyane Wade, and the King of the Westcoast: Snoop Dogg. Enjoy this episode!! Leave us a 5 star review and share this episode with a friend or 2 or 3. email@example.com [REGISTER] FOR MASTERING THE ART OF CONSISTENCY - NOV. 17TH 7PM EST https://bit.ly/FIBMasterConsistency [REGISTER] FRIENDS IN BEAUTY PODCAST LIVE - DEC. 5TH 6PM-8PM https://bit.ly/FIBPodcastLiveTCP ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS OF THE PODCAST https://www.friendsinbeauty.com/advertise ENROLL IN D.I.Y PODCASTER COURSE TODAY: bit.ly/DIYPodcasterCourse JOIN PATREON TO SUPPORT THE FRIENDS IN BEAUTY PODCAST https://www.patreon.com/friendsinbeauty FRIENDS IN BEAUTY FACEBOOK COMMUNITY www.facebook.com/groups/friendsinbeauty FOLLOW FRIENDS IN BEAUTY ON IG www.instagram.com/friendsinbeauty SUBSCRIBE TO YOUTUBE CHANNEL bit.ly/FIBTube SEND ME A TEXT! (202) 519-4652 Additional Resources: -https://www.amazon.com/shop/akuarobinson -Skillshare - Use this link for 2 months free of the premium plan: https://skl.sh/30t352q -Shop Mented Cosmetics - https://www.mentedcosmetics.com/?rfsn=1290937.f2481 Use Code “AKUAROBINSON” for 10% of your purchase Announcements: We're on Apple Podcasts - www.bit.ly/FIBPodItunes! Join our Facebook community… If you're looking for a community of like minded, ambitious, and supportive #FriendsinBeauty all working to leave our mark on the beauty industry, join us here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/friendsinbeauty Join the Friends in Beauty Mailing List: www.bit.ly/FIBTribe Social Media Info: Andrea Samuels (Instagram) - @andreasamuels__ Andrea Samuels (Website) - http://www.andreasamuels.com/ Friends in Beauty (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter) - @friendsinbeauty Friends in Beauty (YouTube) - Friends in Beauty Akua Robinson (Instagram,Twitter) - @akuarobinson AkuaRobinson (Facebook) - Akua Robinson MUA Akua Robinson (Website) - www.akuarobinson.com
New York-native Țara Bernstein, an accomplished pickle ball athlete, NY Fashion Week orchestrator, and dynamic content creator, delves into her evolution. From once aspiring solely to be a sports broadcaster within baseball, she now embraces the myriad facets of her expansive career. She sheds light on maintaining positivity amidst the judgments from her online presence, offering listeners a heartfelt and enlightening discussion. We also got a cute cameo from her celebrity chef boyfriend, Hunter Fieri.Tara Bernstein InstagramTara Bernstein YoutubeTara Bernstein TikTokIntro & Outro Beats by Victor Haydel: SZA x H.E.R. type beat "Lost Memories"
Sign up for the Black Women Stitch quarterly newsletter! Check out our merch here Leave a BACKSTITCH message and tell us about your favorite episode. Join the Black Women Stitch PatreonAmazon Store Lisa WoolforkLisa Woolfork is an associate professor of English specializing in African American literature and culture. Her teaching and research explore Black women writers, Black identity, trauma theory, and American slavery. She is the founder of Black Women Stitch, the sewing group where Black lives matter. She is also the host/producer of Stitch Please, a weekly audio podcast that centers on Black women, girls, and femmes in sewing. In the summer of 2017, she actively resisted the white supremacist marches in her community, Charlottesville, Virginia. The city became a symbol of lethal resurging white supremacist violence. She remains active in a variety of university and community initiatives, including the Community Engaged Scholars program. She believes in the power of creative liberation.Sahara ClemonsSahara Clemons is a multimedia artist and designer born in Washington D.C and based in Charlottesville, Virginia. Clemons revels in the fluidity of artistic mediums and interweaves painting, textiles, and dance in her creative process. Her work explores the intersection of race and gender and provides commentary on the socio-political forces that shape identity. Her work has been shown at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Second Street Gallery, The Bridge Progressive Arts Institute, and McGuffey Art Center. Clemons is a YoungArts alumni and is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Rhode Island School of Design.Insights from this episode:How to go from ‘sketch' to ‘stitch'The techniques behind textile manipulationThe importance of defining your purpose when doing creative workTips for overcoming your fear of making mistakes and taking chancesBeing creative when you don't have a lot of resourcesQuotes from the show:“I feel like I'm a very conceptual person when it comes to making, and I think it always starts off with the story. Mainly I think the core aspect of that is making it personal and authentic to my journey as not just an artist, but as a person.” – Sahara Clemons, Stitch Please, Episode #202 [05:53]“I think too often we think about sewing or fashion and manufacturing, but that's not all that you're doing and this is one of the reasons I think that fashion is art. The same things that we see in art, or the things that go into making art, go into making the garments that we ultimately see.” – Lisa Woolfork, Stitch Please, Episode #202 [08:51]“What I appreciate about fashion is that idea of community-building and bringing people into the clothing.” – Sahara Clemons, Stitch Please, Episode #202 [11:35]“I wanted the collection to go through the transition of a person's mindset when it comes to body exploration… knowing that it is a healing process rather than, ‘this is okay, my scars are okay.' With all of society and you yourself, it's hard to feel that way and it's really challenging to go through that process, and that's what I wanted to share. That it's more about this healing and embracing a new perspective of yourself rather than an immediate dopamine rush of what it is, because it is hard sometimes to let go.” – Sahara Clemons, Stitch Please, Episode #202 [25:40]“I paralleled [pearls] with this idea of feeling like your body is an antagonizing force. Seeing how you can turn that around and how that creates in yourself this beauty and thing you have to overcome with yourself is a powerful journey that ends up being very beautiful.” – Sahara Clemons, Stitch Please, Episode #202 [35:40]Resources Mentioned:Sahara's first appearance on the Stitch Please podcastSupima Design CompetitionCLO computer-assisted 3D design programThis week's episode is sponsored by AccuQuiltStay Connected:YouTube: Black Women StitchInstagram: Black Women StitchFacebook: Stitch Please PodcastLisa WoolforkInstagram: Lisa WoolforkTwitter: Lisa WoolforkSahara ClemonsWebsite: Sahara ClemonsInstagram: sgcoriginalsSubscribe to our podcast + download each episode on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.This episode was produced and managed by Podcast Laundry.
I'm joined by Leah V, author of Unashamed: Musings of a Fat, Black, Muslim. We talk about her incredible story of how she battled an eating disorder, mental illness, and body shame to own who she is unapologetically and become an international plus-size Hijabi model, award-winning author and body-positive activist. We also talk about her thoughts on NYFW and her experiences dating while fat. Show notes: summerinnanen.com/281 In this episode, we talk about: - Her relationship with her body growing up and how it has evolved, - Growing up without any fat role models in pop culture, - How she found herself by breaking free of the expectations of her identities, - How she got into modeling, - The tools she uses to feel confident, - Advice for people who are fat and dating, - Plus so much more! Get the shownotes: summerinnanen.com/281 Get the free 10-Day Body Confidence Makeover with 10 steps to feel better in your body at summerinnanen.com/freebies If you're a professional who has clients or students that struggle with body image, get the Body Image Coaching Roadmap for professionals at summerinnanen.com/roadmap
In conversation with Christine of The Zoo Boutique about growing up mall goth, The Zoo origins, sourcing for Jennifer Coolidge on the tv series The White Lotus, getting excited about American vintage again, NYFW, story sales, what the future holds for the industry and so much more! Shop The Zoo in Person at her Brooklyn showroom in NYC or on instagram DM her during a story sale! Follow @cant__not on Instagram for a live curation of vintage.
An industry leader in accessible luxury handbags, accessories, footwear and apparel, Rebecca Minkoff's modern bohemian designs are inspired by strong, confident and powerful women who are drawn towards a west-meets-east mentality. Rebecca Minkoff is a global brand with a wide range of apparel, handbags, footwear, jewelry and accessories products. In September of 2018, she established the Female Founder Collective, a network of businesses led by women who invest in women's financial power across a socio-economic spectrum by enabling and empowering female-owned businesses. She introduced the RM Superwomen Podcast in 2017 after hosting sold-out table talks out of her NYC flagship SoHo boutique. Each week, designer, female founder, and social activist Rebecca Minkoff talks to women from all walks of life, from CEOs to artists, and shows us what life is like without the pretty filters in order to help you navigate what it means to be vulnerable, how loss can make you stronger, and other ways to make your inner superwoman shine. In an intimate, share-all interview, Rebecca uncovers the many sides of powerful women and learn how they are raising up those around them to make the world a kinder, more inclusive place. In 2021, Rebecca Minkoff became a best-selling published author and simultaneously entered the world of Web3 as the first American Female Fashion Designer to unveil a collection of branded NFTs timed to NYFW, which sold out in under 8 minutes. In this episode of Takin' Care of Lady Business®, Jennifer Justice interviews Rebecca Minkoff, a celebrated designer, founder, and CEO, known for her significant contributions to the fashion industry and her advocacy for women in business. Minkoff's perspective on women's empowerment and advocacy in business is deeply rooted in her own experiences and observations. She recognizes the need for a supportive community for female founders and entrepreneurs, having felt the lack of it herself. Minkoff believes in the power of education and has acted by creating platforms such as the "Female Founders Collective," which provides mentorship, retreats, and educational programs to empower women and provide them with the resources they need to succeed. She also emphasizes the importance of women supporting each other financially, advocating for fair compensation for their expertise and experiences. Here is what to expect on this week's show: Discover initiatives that empower women in business, address gender disparities, and provide valuable resources. Learn about women's challenges when valuing their expertise and discover solutions for empowerment. Discover how women can champion each other by recognizing the value of their expertise and experience. Explore the real-world impact of initiatives supporting women in business and how they've helped female entrepreneurs secure funding. Quotes: "If I'm going to work this hard, it's going to be for me." - Rebecca Minkoff "The conversation is changing. Instead of saying, "oh, it's cool, that's never happened to me as a woman.” Instead, it's like, ‘Oh, no, this happens to me all day long, and the people who hear my voice and see me and understand me are actually other women in the room in business." - Jennifer Justice "We feel like too often women are just like, can I pick your brain? Can we have coffee? And you worked so hard to get to where you're at, you should charge for that, and that's okay." - Rebecca Minkoff This episode is sponsored by Medjet. Medjet is the top-rated air medical transport and crisis response membership for travelers. If you're hospitalized while traveling or your safety is threatened abroad, they get you home. Join Medjet before your next trip at Medjet.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
“We're terrified of making a mistake, because of public reputation. And what we recognized is that, with all these conversations happening in silos, we had to bring everyone together. We had to break down the silos and try and figure out a solution that worked.” If you or someone you know has ever experienced the struggles of looking casket-ready, we cannot offer you compensation but as an act of solidarity, we have today's episode guest! With her passion for bringing solutions to underserved markets, Maude Okrah became the co-founder and President of Black Beauty Roster. BBR is a digital Diversity, Equity & Inclusion platform dedicated to connecting the TV, Film, and Editorial networks with talented hair and makeup artists properly trained in textured hair and darker complexions so that every person in the industry regardless of color or hue, can look and feel their best while achieving their silver-screen dreams. By working with industry-leading companies like Warner Bros, Walt Disney, L'Oreal, NYFW and then featuring in Forbes, Allure, Variety, and more, the Black Beauty Roster has and continues to increase education around textured hair and darker complexions while highlighting the real-life challenges women of color face due to them. Join us, as we talk with Maude about her journey from working in corporate strategy to co-creating impactful viral moments with Gabrielle Union, find out what allyship in business looks like to her, and what led her to eventually become the owner of Beauty Expense, an app that helps creatives manage their expenses and business. Hear about the lessons she's learned through it all, and what helpful recommendations we have for anyone out there hesitating on an idea that could be the answer to someone's most pressing question. We talked about: Finding your niche Business model design + meeting consumer demands Allyship + community building Launching + hosting a digital summit building a platform with impact Leveraging your network + network marketing Creating opportunities for + with your business Internships + Hiring Techniques Overcoming communication barriers Understanding nuance when problem-solving Celebrity + Major corporation partnerships Efficient meeting practices Understanding the impact of diversity + inclusion in Beauty, Media, TV + Film Members of our Entreprenista League get access to live Office Hours with top founders that have been on our show! Join the Entreprenista League today at entreprenista.com/join. We can't wait to welcome you, support you, and be part of your business journey! Connect with Maude: Instagram Website Linkedin Are you ready to make meaningful business connections that lead to real business results? Join our Entreprenista League community of women founders! You'll have access to a private community of like-minded Entreprenistas who are making an impact in business every day, special discounts on business products and solutions, exclusive content, private events, the opportunity to have your story featured on our website and social channels, and MORE! Whether you're looking to scale your existing business and want to make the right connections, or you're thinking about finally taking the leap to launch your business, we're here to give you access to a community of women who will celebrate and support you every step of the way. Join the Entreprenista League today at entreprenista.com/join. We can't wait to welcome you, support you, and be part of your business journey!
In this episode, I sit down with Erica Wiederlight, confidence coach and CEO of We the Light. We talk about confidence, the stories we tell ourselves, allowing ourselves to be seen, and our relationship to pleasure. I loved this conversation and had some great takeaways for myself from our talk!! About Erica Erica Wiederlight is THE confidence coach who focuses on self love, sexual empowerment, dating, getting your radiance back and going from autopilot to thriving. In addition to her coaching practice, she is a professional speaker and podcaster. Her podcast "Welcome To The Wiederlife” is a top rated podcast across many categories including: divorce, love, sexuality, yoga, dating, coaching and marriage! She has been featured on over 100 other podcasts, in addition to being a wellness expert at NYFW, the UN and in publications such as Epoch Times, Galore and Cosmopolitan magazine. Contact Erica Instagram: @wethelight_llc Website: www.wethelight.org
Janene Mascarella (EIC of Beautify.tips by KISS) + Vanessa Coppes (EIC & CEO of BELLA Magazine) recap all the stylist moments of New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 24. From KISS Nails dominating the runway, to what goes on behind the scenes, plus all the details on the hottest #NYFW parties in town. In this episode, Janene and Vanessa share their major ‘pinch me' moments: Janene, the avatar star of the newly launched imPRESS Beauty Virtual Island Resort Experience and Vanessa posing proud as she makes her way into The United Nations.Special Guest: Nigel BarkerPhotographer Nigel Barker, a true icon in the industry, graced the cover of BELLA's 2023 Fashion Issue and he joined the podcast for a candid conversation on his time spent as a judge of the hit reality TV series “America's Next Top Model”, his views on beauty and his unwavering commitment to his philanthropic efforts. This year celebrates 20 years of #ANTM!
It's been a hectic couple of weeks - Sol's back in grad school, Michael went to the heartland (England), and John's getting married! With that being said, Sol (@solthompson) and Michael (@_smithstagram) are back and chatting about NYFW - the good, the bad, and the ugly. Tune in as the boys talk about Sunnei, AV AV AV, the Ocky Way, Grailed, afterparties, the changing nature of being seen at shows and what the next stage of fashion week is, old people in Portugal, street fashion in London, Big E Levis, prices for things on walls, web scrapers pulling from SSENSE, and so much more!We'll be back soon with more in-person episodes, but until then, enjoy!Lots of love!Sol---Pair of Kings is a men's fashion podcast that explores themes of identity, sustainability, and the complex relationships we have with and through our clothing. Subscribe for weekly uploads of the podcast, and don't forgot to follow us on our social channels for additional content, and join our discord to access what we've dubbed “the happiest place in fashion”.Message us with Business Inquiries at firstname.lastname@example.orgLinks:Instagram: instagram.com/pairofkingspodTikTok: tiktok.com/@pairofkingspodTwitter/X: twitter.com/pairofkingspodSol's Instagram: instagram.com/solthompsonMichael's Instagram: instagram.com/_smithstagramMichael's TikTok: tiktok.com/@smithstagram
We're feeling all sorts of chaotic and while it's bad for our sanity, it's good for the podcast! Catch up with us in this episode on how we're feeling post NYFW. We're sharing some crazy stories about what we've been dealing with behind the scenes, some inspo Kristina got from a recent wellness and entrepreneurship panel, and how it's been for Raeann to dip her toes back in the dating pond. Then, we're answering your questions about dealing with boyfriend mama drama, friends flaking on your wedding, not feeling the pressure to “snap back” after having a baby and how to get in the right mindset to find clothes that are comfortable, cute and affordable. Stop placing value on an arbitrary number like the size of your jeans or like the size of your dress. That literally means nothing because it's so different in every single brand. This fashion week, I wore a size large. I wore a size 2X. I wore a size 12. I wore a size 18. Who the hell cares? It literally means nothing about your self worth. So if you need to go up in size, go up in size. - Kristina Zias What We Talk About: A recent pregnancy scare Kristina's mom shaming experience What Rae's spiraling about since NYFW Takeaways from the panel discussion with Mind Body Green and Ollie Wellness How Raeann is bringing energy to in-person dating right now Asking away about… How to navigate my boyfriend's mom not being supportive of our relationship How do you accept your size and begin to buy what fits you best, no matter the size? How do I confront my friend about being disappointed she's not coming to my destination wedding, even though she has an extravagant lifestyle? How did you deal with inevitable changes in your body after having a baby, and resist the snapback culture for moms? I try so many things that don't work to find things that fit, and then it becomes like a practice. - Raeann Langas New podcast episodes of Confident Collective drop every Tuesday. Resources: Submit your question for the next Ask Away: https://forms.gle/GnxafrPkP49UGZvE9 Follow us on Instagram: @confidentcollective Follow the Hosts/Founders: @kristinazias & @raeannlangas Learn more: https://www.theconfidentcollective.com/ Stay in the know with our newsletter! Thanks to our sponsors! Nutrafol: Take the first step to visibly thicker, healthier hair. For a limited time, Nutrafol is offering our listeners ten dollars off your first month's subscription and free shipping when you go to Nutrafol.com and enter the promo code TCC. Zocdoc: Go to zocdoc.com/CONFIDENT and download the Zocdoc app for FREE. Then find and book a top-rated doctor today. Many are available within 24 hours. OneSkin: Get 15% off OneSkin with the code TCC at oneskin.co #oneskinpod
NYFW came and went but these lessons are here to stay. In this week's episode I'm sharing 3 life lessons I've learned from deejaying. RESOURCES: Downloadable Self-Care Guides - https://tyalx.com/downloads 5 Day Gratitude Challenge - https://tyalx.com/gratitude-challenge CONNECT WITH US: Join in on my intimate writings on Substack - https://tyalexander.substack.com/ Consider subscribing on Apple Podcasts to unlock our besties subscriber only audio experience. You'll get exclusive audio, interviews, ad free episodes, and monthly guided meditations. Follow Self Care IRL on IG: https://tyalx.com/selfcareirl-ig Follow Ty Alexander on IG: https://tyalx.com/instagram Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In our season 3 opener the The Free Sauce Podcast sat down with Eman to discuss E.Snaped, his photography company. We also touched on our summers and goals we had coming back into the school year. We were able to have an in depth conversation about our After Dark show, what and when to expect it & more. Eman detailed his experience in New York during the NYFW including Gunna and Asake concerts and Offeset throwing money in the street. Don't miss a second this was one for the books!
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This episode of Ask Ashley: The Podcast is brought to you by Orbit Gum. Ashley + Ashley bring the runway vibes to your earbuds, coming at you LIVE from the dazzling New York Fashion Week. But this time, they've got a twist! They've teamed up with Orbit Gum to bring you an intimate chat with none other than Dex Rob, the hottest celebrity menswear stylist in the game.Hailing from Virginia, Dex knew he was different and the people around him weren't afraid to let him know. Both Ashley's can relate. Dex's story is a testament to staying true to yourself and embracing your creativity. With a client list that reads like a who's who of sports and entertainment, including Sterling Shepard, Jalen Hurts, Tim Hardaway Jr, and many more, Dex is riding high.The Ashley's also discuss his bold leap into the world of fashion and his epic partnership with NFL player Tyrod Taylor. Together, they birthed the trend-setting clothing line, Diallo. Get ready to catch the confidence bug, because as they say, confidence is contagious. Tune in for laughs, fashion tales, and a dash of Orbit Gum zest – it's a podcast runway you won't want to miss!Do you have a question for the Ashley's? Let us know so we can answer it in a future episode! Follow the show:www.askashleypodcast.com @askashleypodcast on InstagramAsk Ashley on YouTubeAsk Ashley on FacebookFollow Ashley W:www.dearyoungqueen.com@dearyoungqueen on InstagramFollow Ashley N:@ashleynorthstyle on InstagramFollow DexRob:@dexrob on InstagramThis episode is presented by Dear Young Queen©2023 Dear Young QueenSupport the showSupport the show
In our last episode (EP 161), your favorite personal stylist HOLLY KATZ shared the latest fashion news STRAIGHT from the front row of the runways at NEW YORK FASHION WEEK. (Please go back and enjoy that episode if you missed it.) This week, she gives us a VERY QUICK rundown of the fashion trends you need to know. LISTEN HERE NOW! Can you wear them all? NO. Can you try bits and pieces that work for you, to get you out of your comfort zone? YES! Listen and learn about the key style elements you may want to add to your wardrobe this Fall, to be on-trend and in-style…. In the most age-appropriate way: Creative, painted and embellished denim. Including denim-on-denim! Metallics. This can actually be a ‘neutral' color! Gold. Not just for jewelry and accessories. Sequins. Not just for evening wear anymore! Sheer dressing. Great for any age as long as you wear layering pieces underneath. #FashionOver40 Big, big, oversized pants, also known at palazzo pants. Tie-Dye – still going strong! (Go back and listen to Episode 76) FRINGE!! Holly's favorite! Leather. Look for it in every way: tops, bottoms, jackets, accessories, bags, etc. Painted fabrics, artistic fabrics. Prints of all sorts for guys and girls. Shirting. Shirts as dresses, shirts as shirts, shirts for everything. The Color Yellow. The Color Red Cargo Everything: pants, skirts, etc. If you really want to get the full picture of the fashions coming your way, please see Holly's PINTEREST BOARD OF THE WEEK! As with every Fashion Week wrap-up, Holly suggests you add ELEMENTS of what's new to your wardrobe and personal style. Not everything is for you or your age. But a little pop of fringe or color or metallic will elevate your style, and make you look on-trend in a very sophisticated way. In other news…. Have you joined HOLLY'S BOOK CLUB? Please run to Amazon right now for your copy of “STOP MAKING THESE FASHION MISTAKES.” Everyone needs this style guide in their lives....and your friends need this too! Be someone's fashion hero. It's an easy read that you can have in your life forever, for whenever you need it. It also makes the best gift ever! It is still a BEST SELLER on Amazon, and available now for only $7.99 on Amazon. Buy it here now. And as always, please listen to the podcast wherever you like to listen and recommend us to your friends and family. If you sign up for our newsletter, you get all this free fashion content, delivered straight to your inbox. Every. Single. Week. Don't know how your day can get any better! Thank you for being our Fashion Besties! Xoxo – Holly Katz Your Favorite Personal Stylist, the Hostess with the Mostest AND the only Holly you need to know! www.fashioncrimespodcast.com
Go to https://helixsleep.com/unhinged for up to $200 off your Helix Sleep mattress plus two free pillows (free shipping within the US) Freshly back from New York Fashion Week, Chris tells the good, the bad and the ugly of NYFW, listens to callers' sluttiest stories, weighs in on a having sex with a cop in the backseat of cop car, celebrates a dominatrix granny, and gets unhinged during a celebrity donations guessing game. DONATE to support Teacher Wish Lists: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/27VPPWQA82HIK?ref_=wl_share https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/H8MISWKJ1CSS?ref_=wl_share https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/2IGBOCL5ZB1RA?ref_=wl_share https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/1B5S57RI9FBFZ?ref_=wl_share Leave Chris a voicemail: 310-844-6459 Submit Charitable Shoutout: https://forms.gle/6GSAoacSoepsZ5v47 Submit your secrets: https://forms.gle/ZPtbT3EKFHQWpZ4K7 Produced by Jake Wachtel, Samantha Land & Justin Bretter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Lewys is back from holiday with some *mad* stories. We also offer up services as Creative Directors for Tube Girl and how she can keep the hype going, discuss the Russell Brand allegations, hear about some fights at NYFW and check in with some celebrity beef. Of course, it involves Chris Brown. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Get out your dancing shoes and eye masks, those are the only 2 things you'll need for this episode. Today Sofia welcomes entrepreneur and Dance Moms alum Kalani Hilliker! Kalani wastes NO time dishing on surviving reality television as a child and how that in turn inspired her to launch her business Kare by Kalani (because we love an ambitious Sloot). The ladies also give themselves a reality check and bond over being ‘D-list celebs' at NYFW, along with practices they use to keep their sanity while still maintaining just the right amount of chaos in their lives. It's all about balance right, Sloots? Follow Sofia: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ sofiafranklyn/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@sofiafranklyn Twitter: https://twitter.com/sofiafranklyn Find merch HERE: https://www.sofiafranklyn.com/ To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Another New York Fashion Week is in the books! In this week's episode, Caroline is recapping some of her favorite moments of NYFW, from her favorite emerging designers and changing in Ubers to a special performance from Sia and watching her friend walk in her very first fashion show! Enjoy this behind the scenes look at fashion's Super Bowl! Hope you enjoyed this week's episode! If you have any questions or feedback, make sure to send a DM to @makingitinmanhattan on Instagram to be answered in a future episode! Making it in Manhattan Instagram: @makingitinmanhattan Caroline's Instagram: @cvazzana Caroline's TikTok: @cvazzana Caroline's Pinterest: @cvazzana Caroline's YouTube: @cvazzana_ Caroline's Threads: @cvazzana Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
*SPECIAL NYFW REPORT* Highsnobiety Beauty Editor Alexandra Pauly is in the Perfume Room today to recap the biggest beauty and fashion trends from NYFW and discuss what it all means for… PERFUME! From everything from Barbiecore to Girlcore (note: they're different), to mermaid hair and berry lips; with looks from Sandy Liang to Collina Strada, we're sharing all our favorite SS24 runway trends and, but of course, *what they smell like!* FRAGS + DESIGNERS MENTIONED: Christian Dior Bois D'Argent, Fueguia 1833 x Gabriela Hearst New York, Prada Infusion D'Iris, Maison Margiela Untitled, Parfums de Coeur Juice Bar Gummi Bears, Perfumes The A-Z Guide, Frederic Malle Carnal Flower, Sandy Liang, Christian Siriano, Collina Strada, Le Labo Santal 33, Snif Crumb Couture, Jousset Accidents a la Vanille Creme de la Berry, Regimes des Fleurs Crushed Fruit, Eris Parfums Delta of Venus, Malin & Goetz Strawberry, Sourcellerie Apothecary Where the Wild Things Grow, Burberry Her, Anna Sui, Jason Wu, DS & Durga Steamed Rainbow, Diptyque L'Eau Papier, Billie Eilish 2nd, Regimes des Fleur Tears, Electimuss Black Caviar, Snif Ace Ace Baby, DS & Durga Crush Ball, Commodity Paper, D.S. & Durga Deep Dark Vanilla, Nasomatto Sadanaso, ELdO Secretions Magnifiques, Helmut Lang, Khaite, Coach, Baccarat Rouge 540, Glossier You, Phlur Father Figure, Frederic Malle Heaven Can Wait, Byredo Eyes Closed, JHAG Not A Perfume, Le Labo Myrrhe 55, YSL Opium, Tom Ford Myrrhe Mystere, Dries Van Noten: Rock the Myrrh, Fleur de Mal; ERIS Delta of Venus, Regimes des Fleurs Crushed Fruits, Hermes Tutti Twilly, Ann Demeulemeester, Dauphinette, Maison Crivelli: Hibiscus MahaJad, Papyrus Moleculaire; D.S. & Durga Concrete After Lightning, Loewe Beetroot, The Maker Gardener, Maison D'Etto Rotano, Old Spice deodorant, Tom Ford Grey Vetiver, Frederic Malle Uncut Gem, Aveeno Calming Body Wash SHOP THIS EPISODE: https://shopmy.us/collections/253592 FOLLOW ALEX: @paulybyalexforalexandrapauly ~SUPPORT OUR SPONSOR KELLY + JONES~ 15% off kellyandjones.com code: ‘PERFUMEROOM' (valid thru 10/31)
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In this week's solo episode with Marianna she answers questions you want to know. Starting with a life update from NYFW to her daily non-negotiables and habits that make her feel the best. She shares her current workout routine and what she recently added, as well as her tips for dealing with anxiety. If you want to figure out your personal style, Marianna has advice and how to use Pinterest and Instagram to clean out your closet. And if you are a content creator, she chats about how blogs are making a comeback. Follow @Marianna_HewittSubscribe to Life with Marianna Newsletter NEW Summer Fridays Sweet Mint Lip Butter Balm is available now at SummerFridays.com and Sephora.com Links Mentioned:Allison Bornstein episodeAllison Bornstein bookStyle Words This Weeks Sponsors: Kion Aminos: 20% off at getkion.com/MARIANNA and listen to the episode here Shopify: shopify.com/marianna for one dollar per month trial period Westin: Westin hotels Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business (AY) University: gtmbawomen.comProduced by Dear MediaThis episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode.
Gizelle and Robyn talk about school lunch, Gizelle's B-Day, NYFW, Deion Sanders, student-athlete communications, Coco Jones, Coco Gauff, the Renaissance Tour, housewife taglines, 50 Cent, Shady Gizelle, and more! +Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ReasonablyShady +Get in touch with the show: whatsup (at) reasonablyshady (dot) com || Keep up with us on IG: ReasonablyShady || Follow Robyn: robyndixon10 || Follow Gizelle: gizellebryant || See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Nicole shares some thoughts on NYFW 2023 nostalgic themes and trends such as quiet luxury and Beyonce worthy metallics. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/youhavetowearsomething/support
Recapping all the drama you might've missed this past week as we dive in to everything going down with the NFL & the players, the A-listers who shocked other celebrities at the VMAs & uncover the details of NYFW & it's runway crashers. We're also throwing in some important info on the MGM cyberattack & how it could affect millions, Lyft's new service being implemented in the coming months, & the latest hit show that made SAG AFTRA's hit list. This week's episode is sponsored by Green Chef. Go to http://GreenChef.com/60shady & use code 60shady to get 60% off plus free shipping! Submit your shady story to be featured in a future episode anonymously here: https://forms.gle/VyXLKoDfE8udBBim7 Shop our NEW CONCERT COLLECTION merch drop at justalittleshadypodcast.com Join our Patreon for ad free content, bonus content & more: https://www.patreon.com/justalittlesh... Subscribe to our youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/justalittle... Follow us on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/justalittle... Watch us on Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTR6yk19Q/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Holly is hot off the runway at New York Fashion Week's Fall 2023 shows and filled to the brim with fresh fashion knowledge just for you! Your Favorite Personal Stylist attended several fashion shows to get the scoop on what designers are showing so you can get the very first, exclusive info straight from the runways! Holly's NYFW adventures were something ‘extra' this year, thanks to the kindness of Fern Mallis, who is the queen of Fashion Week (she's the one who actually started it back in the 1980s.) This is her 30th anniversary of going to the shows and she was kind enough to let Holly pal around with her for one of the days! #winning!! FIRST STOP: The Supima Cotton Design Competition. Globally recognized and acclaimed American fashion designer, Jeremy Scott, hosted the 16th annual Supima Design Competition, where eight finalists from the nation's leading design schools showcased exceptional individual creativity and design talent with eveningwear capsule collections created entirely with SUPIMA cotton fabrics and competed for a $10,000 prize. SUPIMA, the non-profit luxury brand that promotes the use of American grown Pima cotton around the world, named Carla Pierini of Drexel University as the winner of the 2023 SUPIMA Design Competition. HOT TIP: Please be sure to check out Holly's Pinterest Board for this episode! NEXT: Thursday night, Holly went to the “Fashion Icons” series at the 92nd Street Y where Fern Mallis conducts her annual interviews with influential designers, models and people in the fashion industry. She was in a conversation with the imaginative Gabriela Hearst, where she detailed her route to a career in fashion and how sustainability practices are a way of life for her. FUN FACT: For those of you who watched the inauguration of President Biden, she designed the look for Dr. Jill Biden, that was made from all deadstock fabric (materials existing from available fabrics to minimize the impact on the environment) and was embroidered with all the flowers from all 50 states. STOP NUMBER 3: Designer Jonathan Cohen's Fashion Presentation: A presentation is a more intimate version of a fashion show. It's like a small party. You can meet the designer, touch the fabrics, talk to the design team and more. Born of parents from Mexico and San Diego, Jonathan is known for his artistic Mexican prints, patterns and colors. The laid-back ease of the San Diego surf culture and the modern city approach have manifested into what the brand has become. #GORGEOUS! Also, Holly MAY OR MAY NOT have new boots arriving soon from his new shoe collection. (have you looked at the pinterest board yet? now would be the time!) HOLLY HITCHES A RIDE TO PROENZA SCHOULER! #winnniinnnggg As you should know, Proenza Schouler is one of Holly's go-to and favorite brands. The lines are sleek and modern, and very unique. The clothes are very simple this season with lots of flowy fabrics and neutral colors. You don't see anything else like it. And it's absolutely wearable. They also have a slightly lower price line called Proenza White Label. If you're interested in trying it, this is a great option to see if you like the fit and the aesthetic of the brand without spending a ton. THE SALLY LAPOINTE SHOW: Holly has mentioned this brand before, but she has not seen Sally LaPointe show since she first started going to fashion week, about six years ago. HOWEVER! This show, according to Your Favorite Personal Stylist, was the best one of the week. It literally took place on a sidewalk, taking over Crosby Street in NYC. This season's line has notes of streetwear, with lots of colored feathers, lime green, chain mail and metallics. The feather-lined and sequined ensembles are a staple in many party-loving downtown New Yorkers' closets. And then there were the thigh-high silver boots, and that was THE END for Holly. #TrueLove (Sally doesn't know it yet, but the Holly Train is about to roll up in there to start her Sally LaPointe journey. JUSSAYIN') LaPointe's clothing might appear slightly eccentric to the average person—she had crowds of pedestrians gathered around the outdoor show, causing a traffic jam. THEN, THE PatBO SHOW: The PatBO brand is another NYFW favorite. The designer, Patricia, is Brazilian. Her clothes are crocheted and beaded and very tropical. She makes beaded pants and flowy evening gowns that are like cruise and resort worthy. She also creates gorgeous swimsuit cover ups with unbelievable cuts, and the richest colors. DELL SCOTT COLLECTION Dell Scott is a magnificent designer from Philadelphia. This was a first-time show for Holly, and it was worth it. This designer has beautiful evening wear collection of dresses, both short and long, with beading and ruffles. She had few dresses that Holly absolutely loved. One was a hot pink, very low cut with a vertical dress, with up and down ruffles. She styled it with a really wide black belt because the ruffles were vertical. It literally looked like a hot pink cotton ball. The other was a very, very bold purple bright purple two piece top and skirt with a banded waist and the top was one shoulder crop top with a flower on the shoulder. #TODIEFOR There was more, but you need to listen the full episode to get the true flavor of the week – as ONLY Holly can give. LISTEN HERE NOW! Be sure to head over to Holly's Pinterest Board created just for you for all the brands and designers mentioned in this episode! IN OTHER NEWS! In case you missed the WORLDWIDE RELEASE PARTY for Holly's new book…. Holly has just published a new style guide: Stop Making These Fashion Mistakes! This style guide makes a great gift for those who need it, and those who don't know they need it. This will be a game changer for anyone who could be struggling with their style. This book was written for you! It is available on Amazon – and is already a BESTSELLER!! Get your copy today! #YYYAASSSSS And as always, please listen to the podcast wherever you like to listen and recommend us to your friends and family. If you sign up for our newsletter, you get all this free fashion content, delivered straight to your inbox. Every. Single. Week. Don't know how your day can get any better! Thank you for being our Fashion Besties! 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On this week's episode, hosts jarrett hill and Tre'vell Anderson discuss “Digital Blackface”, such as when white people use gifs of Nene Leakes as a form of their own self-expression. Our hosts pose the question, what, exactly, is the motivation behind a white person's decision to express themselves using Black or non-white digital media online?But first, a sneak peek into jarrett and Tre'vell's newest book, Historically Black Phrases, dropping September 19th. Mentioned In This Episode Historically Black PhrasesAnn LoweDIS/Honorable Mentions Jh:HM: Living Single 30th AnniversaryHM: Sarah Jakes Roberts, Women EvolveTA:DH: Delta Airlines PlugsBook release event for Historically Black Phrases in Los Angles FANTI on Dictionary.com! We See Each Other: A Black Trans Journey Through TV and Film event in BostonOur Sponsors This WeekBrooklinenBrooklinen makes shifting seasons something to look forward to. Find everything you need for a home refresh, with award-winning sheets, comforters, and all the accessories in between.And to all the LA folks, you can now shop Brooklinen's sheets, towels and more in person at their Santa Monica store.For a limited time, FANTI listeners will get $20 off plus free shipping on orders of $100 or more by using the code FANTI. Go ahead and @ usEmail: FANTI@maximumfun.orgIG@FANTIpodcast@Jarrett Hill@rayzon (Tre'vell)Twitter@FANTIpodcast@TreVellAnderson@JarrettHill@vivalapalma (Producer, Palmira Muniz) @Swish (Senior Producer Laura Swisher)Laura Swisher is senior producer Music: Cor.eceGraphics: Ashley NguyenFANTI is produced and distributed by MaximumFun.org
If you want to be inspired, tap that play button. After walking in her first New York Fashion Week show, Gabriella Halikas joins Kaitlyn on the podcast to share how she used delusional confidence to create an incredible modeling career for herself. Not only has she worked her way into the modeling industry, but she is here to change it. She's using her platform to advocate for issues she's personally faced, from body discrimination to the lack of representation on the runway. As the CEO of confidence, Ella inspires so many people to love the body they are in and chase their wildest dreams. And even if your dreams seem unrealistic to others, never give up. (Right, Cory? #CheckOnCory) THANK YOU to our sponsors! Check out these deals for the vinos: Just Thrive: You can save 20% off the dynamic duo bundle of Just Thrive probiotic and Just Calm when you go to JustThriveHealth.com and use code VINE at checkout. OUAI: Live life your OUAI and get your fast fix for healthy-looking hair. Go to theouai.com and use code VINE for 15% off any purchase. Jenni Kayne: Find your forever pieces at jennikayne.com/home. Our listeners get 15% off your first order when you use code VINE at checkout. Draft Kings: Download the DraftKings Casino app NOW, sign up with promo code VINE, and new customers get a deposit match up to ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS in casino credits when you deposit $5 or more. Gambling problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER (Michigan/New Jersey/Pennsylvania/West Virginia). Please play responsibly. In partnership with Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races in West Virginia. All games regulated by the West Virginia Lottery. In Connecticut, help is available for problem gambling call 888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org. 21+. Physically present in Connecticut/Michigan/New Jersey/Pennsylvania/West Virginia only. Void in Ontario. One per opted-in new customer. Min. $5 deposit. Max match $100 in casino credits which require 1x play-thru within 7 days. See terms at casino.draftkings.com/playerschoice. Restrictions apply. Follow Us on Instagram:@offthevinepodcast@kaitlynbristowe@ellahalikas Join the Off the Vine Facebook group to connect with fellow Vinos! Want to watch the episode instead? We gotchu. Check out Off the Vine on the Tube!
SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEW BNC CHANNEL: https://bit.ly/45Pspyl Ad Free & Bonus Episodes: https://bit.ly/3OEBbbj This week, Brooke and Connor welcome a very special guest on the show…Max! Brooke and Connor talk about the trials and tribulations of parenthood, the struggles of younger sibling privilege, and why they are so itchy. Plus, Brooke breaks down the most important day of her life: meeting Jonathan Groff. NEW MERCH OUT NOW: https://shoptmgstudios.com Join our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/5356639204457124/ If you listen on Apple Podcasts, go to: https://apple.co/bandc This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at https://betterhelp.com/BANDC and get on your way to being your best self. Go to https://Quince.com/bandc for free shipping on your order and 365-day returns. Head to https://acorns.com/bandc to download Acorns to start saving and investing for your future today. Go to https://HelloFresh.com/50bandc and use code 50bandc for 50% off plus 15% off the next 2 months! B+C IG: https://www.instagram.com/bncmap/ B+C Twitter: https://twitter.com/bncmap TMG Studios YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/tinymeatgang TMG Studios IG: https://www.instagram.com/realtmgstudios/ TMG Studios Twitter: https://twitter.com/realtmgstudios BROOKE https://www.instagram.com/brookeaverick https://twitter.com/ladyefron https://www.tiktok.com/@ladyefron CONNOR https://www.instagram.com/fibula/ https://twitter.com/fibulaa https://www.tiktok.com/@fibulaa Hosted by Brooke Averick & Connor Wood, Created by TMG Studios, Brooke Averick & Connor Wood, and Produced by TMG Studios, Brooke Averick & Connor Wood. 0:00 The Dog Connor Can Talk To 1:04 Intro 1:37 All About Max! 7:59 Get Me Microchipped 10:02 Airtags Need to Turn it Up 12:04 BetterHelp 13:44 Someone Slipped Me a Tag 14:44 Brooke's Early Bat Mitzvah 18:04 Getting Stung By Bugs From Hell 20:50 It's Spider Season and I'm Itchy 24:59 Quince 26:45 Younger Sibling Privilege 28:40 Birthday Cakes & Dog Farts 30:31 Never Forget, Happy Birthday Fibs! 33:02 Mafia Deep Dive 36:47 Acorns 38:18 Delis are Better in the Northeast 40:19 Birthday Goalsss 41:48 What Do You Do to Honor Steve Irwin? 47:44 NYFW & Heat Stroke at the US Open 51:04 HelloFresh 53:03 Meeting THE Jonathan Groff 1:06:25 Harry Potter & The Cursed Child 1:09:00 How Often Guys Think of the Roman Empire 1:10:49 Cereal Life Hacks 1:11:39 How to Spot a Twilight Fan 1:14:16 See You In Bonus!!!
It's a new era for fashion month, where designer collections are just one piece of the pie. As brands across price points and specialties aim to compete in the increasingly competitive retail landscape, more are taking advantage of the opportunity and approaching it strategically. They're cutting through the noise with innovative marketing tactics, introducing new commerce plays and leveraging advanced digital capabilities to best showcase their products. In this podcast series, running throughout Fashion Month Spring 2024, Glossy and influential leaders are breaking down the evolution of the experiential event. In this final episode of our NYFW coverage, Glossy senior fashion reporter Danny Parisi and editor-in-chief Jill Manoff break down some of the biggest brand strategies of the week, discuss insights from backstage designer interviews and give a preview of Glossy's ongoing Fashion Month podcast coverage.
Your curvy girls hit up NYFW for the first time and honestly, it was so much fun! We shared a lot of the BTS in real time, but nothing compares to getting all the juicy details in this episode. We're sharing our POV on the Victoria Secret fashion show, Fashion Media Awards, and the star-studded VIP after parties we attended. Although we had a great time at the events and showing off our curvy style, the highlight was definitely getting to spend lots of quality time together! Hear all about it, plus the fall fashion trends we're loving, in the new episode. “Wear what you feel most comfortable in no matter what. No matter what the dress code is, no matter what is cool or not, because if you feel confident in your outfit, you'll be able to have the most fun night ever.” - Kristina Zias What We Talk About: BTS of the Victoria Secret event and after party ft. Candace Swanepol and Gigi Hadid Our TV segment with PIX11 The most embarrassing story from the Fashion Media Awards Making contact with SJP Seeing Pamela Anderson, SJP, Martha Stewart, EmRata and more celebs Channeling the baddest boss energy Fall fashion trends we're loving “A lot of these things are smoke and mirrors. When you think like, ‘Oh my god, this person's doing this. It's so cool.' In reality, they're begging to go on this carpet.” - Raeann Langas New podcast episodes of Confident Collective drop every Tuesday. Resources: Check out our New York Fashion Week content: @kristinazias & @raeannlangas Gen Z Inspo: @gucciganggabi Follow us on Instagram: @confidentcollective Learn more: https://www.theconfidentcollective.com/ Stay in the know with our newsletter! Thanks to our sponsor! BetterHelp: Find more balance, with BetterHelp. Visit BetterHelp.com/confidentcollective or use code "confidentcollective" at checkout and save 10% off your first month.
Goooood week to have a podcast. The Kylie & Timothée content is - simply - too much to take. Emma and Julie legitimately cannot get enough of these two, and their recent public outings. But wait, there's more… Kylie & Jordyn together during NYFW (!!!) The first 30 or so minutes of this episode is devoted to all of that. Then, they discuss the chaotic nature of Sophie & Joe's divorce playing out in the press, Chris Evans being a married man, and the Kim/OBJ rumors. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Trisha reacts to the icky viral video of Abby Lee Miller revealing she's “still into” high school football players—and weighs in on the controversy surrounding the young ‘Dance Moms' stars. Plus, Trish reveals the messiest moments from influencers at 2023 New York Fashion Week. And the gripping Givenchy boots saga comes to an end when TikToker Matthew Stevens joins Trisha after fundraising $6,500 for charity in her honor. Go to morelabs.com and use code TRISH for 25% off your first order of Morning Recovery Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Happy Bazaar week! This week, Jimmy and Larry are howling like horny cartoon wolves in anticipation of this weekend's Throwing Fits Friends & Family Bazaar, a full scene report and recap of our NYFW kickoff party with Basic.Space at Parcelle Wine, James being forced to confront and reconcile with his dark past on back-to-back nights, TF's elite RSVP shooting percentage, Madewell's march of dimes, the best steak au poivre in the city, wearing a sportcoat to a rave, we can confirm all the Bushwick memes are true, the two-way culturally exchange between Gen Z and Geriatric Millennials, a plethora of cheeks and nips, #menswear NYFWs of old vs. today's NYFW that is above our pay grade, whether or not you can be a shy starfucker, getting cucked and Zyn'd by our boy Robby, street style trolling Vogue Philippines, guys being dudes on the city's most exclusive rooftop, how Emrata and Venus Williams are looking respectfully, more of Lawrence's embarrassing text messages, the club is cursed and much more. For more Throwing Fits, check us out on Patreon: www.patreon.com/throwingfits.
Pre-Loved Podcast is a weekly vintage fashion interview show, with guests you'll want to go thrifting with! For more Pre-Loved Podcast, subscribe to our Patreon! Today's episode is with Bridgette Morphew and Jason Lyon of Morphew. Morphew is a high-end fashion brand offering the rarest luxury vintage selections from around the globe. On today's episode, we'll hear the story of how Morphew got started – from its foundations working with fashion designers to source vintage inspiration for designs, to their atelier line where they create one-of-a-kind handmade pieces made from luxury vintage materials, With the belief that restoration and creation go hand-in-hand, Bridgette and Jason carefully select fabrics and pieces to reconstruct, and morph into wearable, trend-forward garments with strong historical context. We chat about all this and more on today's episode, including celebrities who have worn Morphew, why vintage is so precious to design inspiration, and the garments that from a fashion history perspective they're astounded they ever got to see in-person. All this and more in today's episode, so let's just dive right in! DISCUSSED IN THE EPISODE: [4:06] Jason and Bridgette met in Florida in 2000, where the thrift stores were particularly filled with vintage! [7:41] Selling vintage to the design trade for textile and design inspiration. [15:43] Selling Victorian vintage to Alexander McQueen, which inspired his Plato Atlantis collection, including the iconic jellyfish outfit worn by Lady Gaga in the Bad Romance video. [17:14] Vintage inspiration we can expect to see this NYFW season. [21:15] Deciding to add a vintage retail arm to their business (on the request of Lenny Kravitz's stylist, no less) to sell directly to customers in addition to designers. [26:03] Their vintage retail operation evolved to include reworked vintage – the Morphew Atelier. [31:58] Why they work with Victorian lace, which has craftsmanship that even the greatest couture design houses today can't emulate. [36:17] Celebrities like Emily Ratajkowski, Miley Cyrus, Florence Welch, Rihanna, and Doja Cat have all worn Morphew, and we dive into some of these stories! [38:53] Working with gold metal mesh from 1950s handbags, and making pieces for Emily Ratajowski and Rihanna. [52:00] The pieces that, from a fashion history perspective, they're astonished they ever got to have in person. EPISODE MENTIONS: Morphew @morphew_world @morphew_atelier Alexander McQueen Spring 2010 Plato Atlantis collection Alexander McQueen jellyfish outfit - photo from the Met This McQueen piece was worn in the Lady Gaga Bad Romance music video Decades of Fashion in San Francisco Rainbow's End quilting store Jean Paul Gaultier's Spring 2017 collection inspired by vintage Irish crochet Florence Welch wearing her Morphew piece Kim Kardashian in a Cher costume made by Morphew Emily Ratajkowski in a Morphew gold metal mesh piece Rihanna wearing a Morpehw gold metal mesh dress in a Fenty ad John Galliano Susie Sphinx collection LET'S CONNECT:
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Ahead of New York Fashion Week, The Washington Post's Rachel Tashjian speaks with BoF's founder and editor-in-chief Imran Amed about how the industry is changing post-pandemic. Background:There's a good reason why New York Fashion Week isn't the all important agenda-setter it once was, according to Rachel Tashjian, a fashion writer for The Washington Post. US consumers, she says, now take their fashion cues from influencers and social media as much as they do the runway. “Some of the more interesting things happening in American fashion are just outside of fashion week,” says Tashjian. “I just wonder if American designers feel like, is this [New York Fashion Week] really worth it for me to be doing? Is this where my audience is?”This week on The BoF Podcast, Imran Amed, BoF's founder and editor-in-chief, sits down with Tashjian to discuss her perspective on the state of the fashion industry today and her expectations for the evolution of NYFW in a post-Covid world.Key Insights:As some established brands look beyond NYFW to connect with customers to showcase their designs, Tashjian believes this shift has opened up space for emerging designers. “These smaller or more emerging brands are dominating [NYFW] because we don't have a lot of the larger brands showing,” says Tashjian.That relationship will be seen up-close at NYFW this season, Tashjian predicts. Because of the ongoing SAG-AFTRA strike, which leaves actors unable to promote their films, Tashjian says celebrities will dominate the front row. “This is going to be kind of an unprecedented season in terms of celebrity presence at fashion week because, with the strikes going on, these are things that celebrities can promote these relationships that they have with fashion brands,” she says.How celebrities embrace fashion can impact how the public perceives them, as well, says Tashjian. “Fashion has this really interesting ability to recontextualise someone we think we know really well,” she says. “Margot Robbie during the Barbie Press tour, wearing these fun, campy Schiaparelli [looks] and hot pink Chanel. All of a sudden we're thinking, ‘Oh, this is a woman who has a really fun and playful understanding of fashion.'”Tashjian believes the role of fashion criticism is different than it was in years past. “Perhaps because of the availability of fashion, we need critics more than ever before,” she says. “I think about my role as to provide an insider perspective or context. I was actually at this show and here's how it felt to be sitting in that room.”Tashjian is also known for her newsletter, Opulent Tips, which she began when she was working at GQ. In the newsletter she discussed womenswear, products and smaller brands she admired. “I felt like it could be kind of fun to have a little space where I can talk about those things and maybe introduce those brands to some people who maybe wouldn't come across them,” she says. Additional Resources:The BoF Podcast | Karl Lagerfeld at the Met: Designer, Polymath, Jigsaw Puzzle: Andrew Bolton's latest curatorial miracle celebrates the creative process of one of fashion's greatest icons. Bolton sits down with Tim Blanks for BoF's latest podcast.The Newsletter Fashion Insiders Can't Get Enough of: Rachel Tashjian, a Washington Post writer releases an exclusive newsletter each Sunday, with her take on fashion, culture and the industry at large. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.