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Stairway to CEO
Shaving the Way with Leslie Tessler, Founder and CEO of Hanni

Stairway to CEO

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 72:04


In This Episode You'll Hear About:What it was like growing up in New Jersey throughout most of her younger life, to moving to the UK in highschool and having a shift of realizationHow growing up she knew she always wanted to be in a boardroom and rise to the top in a company, but learned in her later life that entrepreneurship was something she could achieveHow she showed up to her friend's interview for Ralph Lauren and ended up landing her dream jobHow burnout and following her gut led her to move to Argentina, where she eventually fell in love with herself, life, and her husband How taking an adventure and getting her face shaved while on a trip to Japan gave her the idea for HanniHer experience raising her first seed round and how just calling everyone she could helped her in fundraisingHow she manages moments of self doubt, and remembers to just keep going Exclusive Deals from Our Sponsors:Get 30% off your first 3 months with Malomo by going to: https://gomalomo.com/stairwaytoceoUse the promo code STAIRWAY200 for $200 off Outer furniture by shopping HEREGet 2 months FREE with Gorgias by clicking HERE and mentioning the podcastTo Find Out More:https://heyhanni.com/Quotes:“I was always figuring out ways to make the things that I wanted happen.”“A lot of times you have to take a non-traditional path and do what you have to do to get where you want to be.”“I think one thing I'm good at is understanding what people want and what they need intuitively and making sure that I can give it to them.”“Put yourself in situations that scare you.”“I wanted to initially make a single blade razor with one head for body and one head for face. What we found was from a technical design standpoint, it's just too hard to do both on one. So we decided to launch with the body razor.”“And so the great thing about the razor is you don't press or push into your skin at all. You let the weight glide it across. So it's very gentle and it gives you such a close shave. At the end of the day, what we found is, you don't need three blades, four blades, or five blades and gooey strips, you need one sharp blade.”“When I came back to the U.S I had no network, I've been out of the game for 10 years.I didn't know anyone. I just started taking phone calls with everyone. Suddenly I was surrounded by all these incredible female VCs and founders.”“If you have a unique product, don't limit yourself.”“When you start to look outside of those traditional sources of funding, you find a lot of really interesting, smart, cool people who might be willing to take a chance on you.”“They're just people at the end of the day, there are people who are genuinely interested in what you're building, because that could be something that works out really well for them.“If you're going to shave, shave for you and shave with a really high quality tool that doesn't leave your skin terrible, painful and irritated.”“When I have those moments of self doubt, I remember my husband always says to me, ‘just put one foot in front of the other and keep going', because this is the moment where so many entrepreneurs just bow out. If you do that, you'll just be like everyone else who wanted to start a company and never got very far or never ended up launching or whatever the case may be. I always remember that.”

Throwing Fits
Our Favorite Fashion Uncle with Nick Wooster

Throwing Fits

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 110:13


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

The DJ Sessions
Coke Beats on the Virtual Sessions presented by The DJ Sessions 1/11/22

The DJ Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022


Coke Beats on the Virtual Sessions presented by The DJ Sessions 1/11/22   About Coke Beats -    Underground legend and innovator, Coke Beats has been pioneering VJing and multi-genre Live Sets and DJ Mixes since early 2000s. From busking in the streets of New York City in the late ‘90s to touring in 3 continents, and being featured in more than 2 million TikTok videos. Worked /performed with Goldie, Simple Minds, LL Cool J, Famous Dex, Alkaline, Sean Kingston, Lil Tjay, Take That, Cash Money Records, and many more. In the 2000s I was part of the Japanese underground EDM scene in Tokyo, and the Brooklyn post-hipster movement in New York City. Music is the freedom to do, say and be whoever you want to be.
 My music has been featured in more than 5000 TV and Radio ads, and fashion runaways by D&G, Ralph Lauren, Louis Vuitton, and GAP. 
 DJ residencies:


Startup Insider
Startup Insider Daily • Elizabeth Holmes • Streetscooter • Estland • Tesla • Steam • Ralph Lauren • Wisemarkt

Startup Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 51:20


Heute u.a. mit folgenden Nachrichten: - Theranos-Gründerin Elizabeth Holmes schuldig gesprochen - Illegaler Rave zerstört Büroräume von Berliner E-Commerce-Startup - Logistikkonzern: Post verkauft Elektrotransporter Streetscooter an Konsortium - Kritik an Tesla nach Store-Eröffnung in China - Neues Jahr, neue NFT-Rekorde: Bei OpenSea klingelt die Kasse - Ralph Lauren eröffnet virtuellen Shop auf Gaming-Plattform Roblox - Steam erreicht neuen Spielerrekord: Ihr habt aber mehr geshoppt als gezockt - Estland: Neuer Gesetzentwurf verschärft die Krypto-Regulierung - EU will US-Tech-Konzerne wie Google und Meta in ihrer Macht einschränken Heute begrüßen wir im Rahmen der Reihe “Investments & Exits” Jan Miczaika, Partner bei HV Capital.

Art · The Creative Process

Mark Seliger was born in Amarillo, Texas. He was Rolling Stones chief photographer for 20 years, where he shot over 150 covers silica shoots frequently for Vanity Fair, GQ, Italian Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, L, and other magazines. His advertising work includes projects for Adidas, Anheuser-Busch, Levi's, Netflix and Ralph Lauren. Seliger received the Alfred Eisenstadt Award, Clio Grand Prix, the C Award, Cannes Lions Grand Prix, The One Show, ASME, SPG and the Texas Medal of Arts were exhibited in museums and galleries around the world. His photographs are in the permanent collections at the National Portrait Gallery at the Smithsonian, the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston and the National Portrait Gallery in London. · markseliger.com · www.creativeprocess.info

Business Lunch
Kendra Scott on Fashion, Family, and Philanthropy

Business Lunch

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 49:01


Kendra Scott started her iconic brand with $500, a spare bedroom, and a newborn—and now her company is valued at over a billion dollars.   The 1st Annual Scalable Impact LIVE took place in Austin, TX in early November of this year, and Kendra Scott was one of the big-name guests. She sat down with Roland Frasier to talk about how she started her business, how it became so wildly successful, and why she's so passionate about giving back.   Listen in for some inspiration and brilliance from this woman on fire.   How It All Started   Kendra's first son was born on 11/11/01, just two months after 9/11. She vividly remembers what it felt like to be given this tiny human being in such an uncertain time. No one knew what the world was going to be like going forward, but there was an incredible opportunity for hope and connection.   Kendra knew she wanted to be the best mom she could be, but she'd also loved fashion and design since she was a little girl. “If I could do what I loved,” she says, “that would be the greatest thing in the world.” Her first business failed, then her stepfather died, leaving her with this thought: “We have one life, and it is short and it is fast. While we're here, we need to use the gifts we've been given to do good.”   She started her business very quietly, because she didn't want people to see her fail. She was terrified that people would laugh at her.    How She Worked Through That Fear   Fear is real, Kendra says, and it is okay to be scared. “I wake up every morning, leading a business that is bigger than it was the day before. I'm walking in uncharted territory every time I get out of bed.”    It helps knowing she doesn't have to do it alone. She's not afraid to ask for help. Mentors are huge for her. And she has built “the most awesome team ever.” She has 3000 employees, and 96% of them are women. The brand is the DNA of all the people who work with her at her company. It's her name, but they're truly a team. She was alone in it for a long time. Now, when she has a problem, everyone puts their heads together and rolls up their sleeves, excited to help solve the problem.    Choosing entrepreneurship means not choosing the easy route. It is so fun when it's fun and so scary when it's scary. Entrepreneurship is peaks and valleys, just like life. When you're in the valleys, you think this is it. I'm going to lose my business. When you start realizing you can get out of the valley, and you have a team doing it with you, it's so cool. You overcame something together, and your bond is so amazing.    The Kendra Scott company is on a mission to do good. Their core values are family, fashion, and philanthropy, and their customers share those values. They're caring, optimistic, and fun, and have a heart that beats for their community. “You can put your team and your community first and still have a fiscally successful company,” Kendra says. “And now I'm teaching others how to do it.”   What 2020 Was Like For Her Business   In a retail business where you have 120 brick and mortar stores, “a pandemic isn't great,” Kendra says. She remembers all the news channels with their doomsday pronouncements of “brick and mortars have seen their last day.” She didn't sleep for a couple days in March 2020. She and her team went back to the white board and started completely over. They changed everything overnight.    The only thing that didn't change was their core values. How do we stay true to our core values? was the only question that mattered. They did all their Kendra Gives Back events virtually. They created new connections with their customers—sending them letters, calling people and checking on them, making masks, delivering things to people's homes.    They fought the urge to over-strategize. “We have to paint this train while it's moving,” Kendra told her team. They couldn't stop the train. They knew they might make mistakes, but they were determined just to learn from them. You can't be inflexible and unwilling to change your plans. You've got to be agile. You've got to pivot. Or you won't survive.   How She Managed Growth While Maintaining Control   When Kendra first started her company, no one would invest in her. She had two small sons, went through a divorce, had no investors, and was doing everything on lines of credit. She signed everything she owned up for collateral. Her sister, who had a good job, moved in with her to help with rent. She couldn't pay for her tiny team and couldn't afford to lose anyone. She sold her car to pay a vendor for stones and jewelry.   Looking back, she says she's not really sure how she did it. But she would look at her sons' little faces and think, “Failure is not an option. We are going to figure this out.” She didn't get any investment capital until 10 years after she started her business.    After 10 years, she wanted the cadence of going to a board on a quarterly basis and getting feedback. So she set up an advisory board with three people and gave them an earned-in, very small equity position over a four-year period. One of them became her first investor. He gave her a very generous $20 million evaluation and bought 5% of the company.   Building a Team and Stepping Away from CEO   Bringing on a COO changed everything for her. She read a book by Marcus Buckingham called Now Discover Your Strengths that talks about writing down everything you love and loathe. She loved the customers, engaging, design, marketing, and creation of the experience. She loathed dealing with vendors and negotiating marketing contracts. She knew she needed a team that loved the things she loathed. She hired a COO and everything elevated, because she was no longer doing the things that sucked the life out of her.    She knew she wanted someone with a personality that fit with hers, a winner, someone with passion and drive, who gets excited about this age and stage of a business. He got an offer from Whole Foods at the same time that Kendra couldn't match, but he saw something in the Kendra Scott company that he believed in. His equity position turned into $40 million.   Kendra recently stepped away from CEO into a chairwoman position. After 20 years, her strengths have changed. “The biggest impact I can have is to be out there and focus on our core pillars,” she says. “I'm out in stores, I'm on calls. I want to learn so I can make this brand better every day. The philanthropy pillar is huge for me. My mission is to get more women entrepreneurs funded and help them be successful in their businesses.”   She sees the Kendra Scott brand as a pre-teen. Ralph Lauren did men's ties for 25 years before he branched into other things. This doesn't happen overnight. She knows there are opportunities to expand beyond jewelry, but she doesn't want to do just anything. She wants to do it thoughtfully. She wants to see where the white space is, where the gaps are. Where are things her customers need and desire that they can't find? It's got to be something disruptive, and that excites her.    We all have the opportunity to change the world, she says. Lead with your heart. Let your team fly. Give them the tools to soar. When they become leaders like you, that's how you'll know you've become a true success.    RESOURCES: kendrascott.com   Now Discover Your Strengths   ethicallyprofit.com Scalable.Co The Ready to Lead podcast DigitalMarketer Podcast Perpetual Traffic podcast   OUR PARTNERS: Get a free proposal from Conversion Fanatics Get 3% cash back on your ad spend with AdCard Get Roland's book, Zero Down, FREE Join Roland's next EPIC Challenge

Miss Heard Song Lyrics
Season 3 Episode 121: Friends With Tie Dye

Miss Heard Song Lyrics

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 16:25


Miss Heard shares on Episode 121 a misheard Christmas song from Wham! Their hit “Last Christmas” brings back memories for Miss Heard regarding her junior high crush Chris Stein and the scent of Ralph Lauren's Polo cologne. Beneath this fun and pop driven holiday favorite really is about heartache and longing and you find out the musical genius of George Michael who left us to soon. You also learn about the plagiarism threat from all songs, Barry Manilow's “Can't Smile Without You.” Grab a seat and listen in on this 80's gem and thanks to Cathy G. for singing this recently at karaoke. You can listen to all our episodes at our website at: https://pod.co/miss-heard-song-lyrics or iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify and many more platforms under Podcast name “Miss Heard Song Lyrics” #missheardsonglyrics #missheardsongs #missheardlyrics #misheardsonglyrics #misheardsongs #misheardlyrics #Wham #Wham! #LastChristmas #GeorgeMichael #AndrewRidgley https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E8gmARGvPlI https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Last_Christmas https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wham! https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/610472/do-they-know-its-christmas-band-aid-song-history

Curated Conversations
5 Things To Know About Kuwait's Luxury Market

Curated Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 3:00


With the fifth-highest number of millionaire households in the world, Kuwait is a haven for luxury connoisseurs. To better understand the unique needs of its luxury consumers, Rohma Theunissen caught up with Zainab Alabdulrazzaq, Editor-in-Chief of Kuwait's leading digital luxury platform 3oud.com, to find out the 5 key things that brands need to know about the Kuwaiti luxury market.  Hosted by: Rohma TheunissenAbout Zainab Alabdularazzaq Zainab is a highly respected Kuwaiti media personality and entrepreneur. With over a decade of experience, she is considered one of the most powerful women in fashion across the Gulf. Fluent in English and Arabic, Zainab started her career in 2011, as the editor of Marie Claire Arabia making her the first Kuwaiti to hold this position, anchoring the city on the global map.  Zainab was born into the Alabdulrazzaq family, one of the most respected names in Kuwait. Her father, Abdulaziz Alabdulrazzaq, chief Amiri Protocol and Chamberlain spent over 30 years in the diplomatic and protocol administration of Kuwait at Amiri Dewan, the royal palace of the Emir of Kuwait. She has since joined the Office of the Kuwaiti Royal Palace and is a Member of the Amiri Protocol and Chamberlain of His Highness The Amir Of Kuwait (Amiri Diwan) and Member in administration of the Kuwait Cultural Center of Amiri Diwan.  As a fashion pioneer, Zainab has worked closely to launch a multitude of international brands in Kuwait, including Boucheron, Charlotte Tilbury, Chloe, Dolce and Gabbana, Ralph Lauren, Fendi and helped launch Net-a-Porter in Kuwait through a first-of-its-kind event at the prestigious museum of natural history, Sheikh Abdullah al Salem Cultural Center. In 2013, she was honored as Dolce and Gabbana's ambassador for the entire Middle East.  Zainab's Kuwaiti heritage is a huge part of her vision for the fashion industry as she continuously supports local designers, entrepreneur, retailers, artists and more. Driven by her passion for fashion, this led her to launch 3oud.com in July 2015 (pronounced – Oud.com), a leading Arabic digital fashion hub headquartered in Kuwait.  Recently, Alabdulrazzaq achieved a big milestone in her career by facilitating one of the biggest deals across the GCC where the Tamdeen Group acquired 3oud.com. A leading Kuwaiti company in the fields of real estate development, investment and entertainment, the Tamdeen Group aims to promote and support digital media in Kuwait and the region.  Zainab maintains her position as the Founding Editor-in-Chief at 3oud.com where she will continue to play an active and positive role in promoting Kuwaiti culture and young Kuwaiti talent.  Zainab graduated from Bahrain University with a Bachelor's in Mass Communication and Publication. She married Kuwaiti businessman Abdulkareem Tawfeeq Alnassar in 2018 and was blessed with baby boy Abdulaziz, her father's namesake, in 2019. 

Ash Said It® Daily
OVME Holiday Gift Ideas

Ash Said It® Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 7:22


OVME Aesthetics just introduced a new beauty device, OVME Curve* in time for the holidays. It enables anyone to experience the relaxing feels of the OVME studio experience at home – and takes an at-home cleansing routine to the next level! The OVME Curve is a smart cleansing device that increases the benefits of facial cleansers as it removes impurities and breaks down dirt and oil, while gently massaging for a relaxing experience. Gentle enough for all skin types, the ultra-soft, cushioned bristles activate cleansers, while providing gentle massage for a next-level cleanse. In addition, OVME also introduced an exclusive Signature Candle – the perfect gift for any friend, colleague, and OV course, for YOU. Anyone can now take the OVME experience home and transform any space into an aromatic oasis. The proprietary scent includes Bergamot, Lemon, Jasmine, Thyme, Sage, and notes of Sandalwood, Cedar, and Musk. Available in white and black, with a 70-hour average burn time, the candle is vegan friendly, IFRA-certified aromatherapy fragrance, and free of alcohol, carrier oils, parabens and GMOs. Web: https://ovme.com/ Follow: @Ovmeofficial Available in Black and Azure, the OVME Curve has 12 settings, a pause feature and a timed soothing mode – and, unlike most facial cleansing devices, it offers: * 40% Longer Bristles * A large Brush Head: 55mm x 55mm * Spot Treatment Feature * 40% thicker silicone - softer, smoother, and more comfortable * Dual Motor * Multi-Directional Massage Surface Additional OVME Curve features: * Mag-safe charging base * Low power prompt * LED indicator light * Splash-proof/water resistant Colleen Lewis – President / COO Colleen Lewis is the President and COO of OVME Aesthetics. She has over 25 years of leadership experience across beauty and fashion brands, having worked for notable brands such as L'Oréal, Estee Lauder, Origin's and Victoria's Secret. She has also held senior leadership positions at Ralph Lauren, Kenneth Cole and Burberry. Colleen has a passion for creating a high performing culture that delivers exceptional client experiences. She maintains a talent-first approach to achieve business results, and leads from a place of positive energy, empathy and encouragement. Originally from Pennsylvania, Colleen graduated summa cum laude from The Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC, where she received the Marvin and Lee Traub Scholar Award. About the show: ► Website: http://www.ashsaidit.com ► Got Goli Gummies? https://go.goli.com/1loveash5 ► For $5 in ride credit, download the Lyft app using my referral link: https://www.lyft.com/ici/ASH584216 ► Want the ‘coldest' water? https://thecoldestwater.com/?ref=ashleybrown12 ► Become A Podcast Legend: http://ashsaidit.podcastersmastery.zaxaa.com/s/6543767021305 ► Review Us: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ash-said-it/id1144197789 ► SUBSCRIBE HERE: http://www.youtube.com/c/AshSaidItSuwanee ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/1loveash ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ashsaidit ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/1loveAsh ► Blog: http://www.ashsaidit.com/blog ► Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/1LoveAsh/ #atlanta #ashsaidit #ashsaidthat #ashblogsit #ashsaidit® Ash Brown is a gifted American producer, blogger, speaker, media personality and event emcee. The blog on AshSaidit.com showcases exclusive event invites, product reviews and so much more. Her motivational podcast "Ash Said It Daily" is available on major media platforms such as iTunes, Spotify, iHeart Radio & Google Podcasts. This program has over half a million streams worldwide. She uses these mediums to motivate & encourage her audience in the most powerful way. She keeps it real!

Curated Conversations
Exploring Kuwait's Luxury Heritage - With 3oud.com Editor-in-Chief, Zainab Alabdulrazzaq

Curated Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 27:30


With a legacy of luxury that can be traced back to the 70's, Kuwait is one the most sophisticated markets within the GCC. Rohma Theunissen caught up with Zainab Alabdulrazzaq, influential entrepreneur and Editor-in-Chief of 3oud.com, to understand the Kuwaiti luxury market, the country's position within the global and regional arena, the affluent local consumer, and how she managed to broker one of the biggest deals in the region that led to Tamdeen Group's acquisition of 3oud.com.Hosted by: Rohma TheunissenAbout Zainab Alabdularazzaq Zainab is a highly respected Kuwaiti media personality and entrepreneur. With over a decade of experience, she is considered one of the most powerful women in fashion across the Gulf. Fluent in English and Arabic, Zainab started her career in 2011, as the editor of Marie Claire Arabia making her the first Kuwaiti to hold this position, anchoring the city on the global map.Zainab was born into the Alabdulrazzaq family, one of the most respected names in Kuwait. Her father, Abdulaziz Alabdulrazzaq, chief Amiri Protocol and Chamberlain spent over 30 years in the diplomatic and protocol administration of Kuwait at Amiri Dewan, the royal palace of the Emir of Kuwait. She has since joined the Office of the Kuwaiti Royal Palace and is a Member of the Amiri Protocol and Chamberlain of His Highness The Amir Of Kuwait (Amiri Diwan) and Member in administration of the Kuwait Cultural Center of Amiri Diwan.As a fashion pioneer, Zainab has worked closely to launch a multitude of international brands in Kuwait, including Boucheron, Charlotte Tilbury, Chloe, Dolce and Gabbana, Ralph Lauren, Fendi and helped launch Net-a-Porter in Kuwait through a first-of-its-kind event at the prestigious museum of natural history, Sheikh Abdullah al Salem Cultural Center. In 2013, she was honored as Dolce and Gabbana's ambassador for the entire Middle East.Zainab's Kuwaiti heritage is a huge part of her vision for the fashion industry as she continuously supports local designers, entrepreneur, retailers, artists and more. Driven by her passion for fashion, this led her to launch 3oud.com in July 2015 (pronounced – Oud.com), a leading Arabic digital fashion hub headquartered in Kuwait.Recently, Alabdulrazzaq achieved a big milestone in her career by facilitating one of the biggest deals across the GCC where the Tamdeen Group acquired 3oud.com. A leading Kuwaiti company in the fields of real estate development, investment and entertainment, the Tamdeen Group aims to promote and support digital media in Kuwait and the region.Zainab maintains her position as the Founding Editor-in-Chief at 3oud.com where she will continue to play an active and positive role in promoting Kuwaiti culture and young Kuwaiti talent.Zainab graduated from Bahrain University with a Bachelor's in Mass Communication and Publication. She married Kuwaiti businessman Abdulkareem Tawfeeq Alnassar in 2018 and was blessed with baby boy Abdulaziz, her father's namesake, in 2019

Ready, Set
Episode 064 - The World Probably is Against You!

Ready, Set

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 28:02


Getting Weird, with Ashley Good Episode 064 - The World Probably is Against You! In this week's episode, I rant about how Western society is rigged against teenagers and twenty-somethings (especially if you're single), realize just how much the media has warped my views on womanhood, and share some special news. ***Getting Weird is taking a break and will return sometime in January! Have a safe and happy holidays/Christmas/New Year and I'll be back in 2022!*** *** Support Getting Weird! Order your copy of JUST ADD WATER, here: https://www.amazon.com/Just-Add-Water-Ashley-Good/dp/1777270332 Poseidn 3D Cocktails: poseidn.com Promo Code: READYSET10 Need glasses? Want to look like me? Or both? Save 25% on a complete pair of Clearly brand glasses from Clearly.ca with the code READY25 (Excludes RayBan, Oakley, Bolon, Arnette, Coach, Michael Kors, Polo, Ralph Lauren, Tory Burch, Versace, Emporio Armani, Ralph by Ralph Lauren, Dior, and Vogue.) *** Song: Big Freedia - Tis the Season To listen to songs from past episodes, check out the Spotify playlist -- https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6KwOnYz1kJSJ7bQydwVYZX?si=1WUZZX6URAq-C2gk1NMemw&utm *** Contact the show at gettingweirdwithashleygood@gmail.com Follow Getting Weird on Instagram @gettingweirdwithashleygood Learn more about my other projects at ashleygood.ca and blackframes.ca

The Glossy Podcast
Week in Review: Roblox and Ralph Lauren, Pete Davidson and Calvin Klein, and Chanel's Advent calendar

The Glossy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 20:55


On the Glossy Week in Review podcast, hosts senior fashion reporter Danny Parisi and editor-in-chief Jill Manoff discuss the biggest fashion stories of the week. This week, they discuss Ralph Lauren's metaverse ambitions, timed with a new Roblox activation, Pete Davidson's partnership with Calvin Klein and Chanel's Advent calendar controversy.

Noon Business Hour on WBBM Newsradio
Amazon Outage, Ralph Lauren/Roblox & Rent the Runway

Noon Business Hour on WBBM Newsradio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 24:30


A look at how the Amazon Web Service outage brought many operations to a standstill, Ralph Lauren takes a dive into the Metaverse, and a look at the struggles of fashion company Rent the Runway. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Business Innovators Radio
Mary Gregory – International Leadership Consultant And Coach – Brilliance Business

Business Innovators Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 15:22


Mary Gregory is a sought-after international leadership consultant and coach. Having led change for organisations including First Choice Holidays,Ralph Lauren and Tesco she is now a trusted coach to senior executives and also designs and delivers leadership development programmes. Mary is committed to empowering leaders to create workplaces where people thrive. Integrating her experience from her career, which she began as a therapist in child and family psychiatry, with developing leaders and leading change in blue-chip organisations, Mary utilises her deep understanding of what makes humans and organisations tick to support her clients to enable sustainable change. The programmes she designs are lively and interactive, and put the learner at the centre of the experience. Mary's clients describe her as a warm, compassionate, challenging and tenacious coach who helps them achieve the results they want through expanding their thinking and taking a deeper look to access the insights and courage to take positive action. http://www.marygregory.com Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/mary-gregory-international-leadership-consultant-and-coach-brilliance-business

Dave Lukas, The Misfit Entrepreneur_Breakthrough Entrepreneurship
279: Wisdom, Life Lessons, and Making a Living from Your Ideas with Jeffrey Madoff

Dave Lukas, The Misfit Entrepreneur_Breakthrough Entrepreneurship

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:11


This week's Misfit Entrepreneur is Jeffrey Madoff. Jeff is the founder of Madoff Productions, based in New York City. His company collaborates with ad agencies, public relations firms and directly with clients to produce commercials, branded content and live streaming events. He began his career as a fashion designer and was chosen as one of the top 10 designers in the U.S. then switched careers to film and video production. You have seen his work and probably didn't even know it. Jeff and his team are the geniuses behind commercials, online content and brand stories for companies ranging from Victoria's Secret, Calvin Klien, and Ralph Lauren to Harvard University and private equity firms that position companies for sale or acquisition. Jeff is also the author of the best-seller, Creative Careers Making a Living With Your Ideas. And that is why I asked him to come on the show, not only the share his incredible wisdom gained during this storied career, but to discuss how to make a great living with your ideas. www.MadoffProductions.com www.CreativeCareers.com Jeff was born and raised in Akron, Ohio. He credits his resilience to growing up there. His parents were entrepreneurs that had retail stores in Akron. Jeff got the entrepreneurial spirit from his parents and so did his sister. It was what he knew, so he's never had a job. He went to the University of Wisconsin for college. Jeff shares a funny story of how he chose Wisconsin. He also made it on to the wrestling team. He got a double major in philosophy and psychology and Jeff said, “It set him up for no job whatsoever!” Getting the degrees did help him with critical thinking and an intellectual curiosity that are very important to success. He was working in a small boutique in Madison after graduating. A good friend of his called him up and had saved some money and wanted to put it to work. Jeff told him that he understood retail and could draw/design clothing, so he could start a clothing company. His friend sent him $2500 which was more money than Jeff had ever seen at any one time and he was off and running. He had no idea how to build the business but knew how to sell retail. He didn't know how clothing was manufactured, etc. He had a lot to learn in a little time. He was “ignorant, not stupid.” “Ignorant, you can learn, but stupid is forever.” What is the process you teach for turning an idea into a living? The book “Creative Careers: Making a Living with Your Ideas” is the same name as the course he teaches in NYC. Jeff learned when he started into business was that there are protocols to business and everything you learn informs everything else you do. For example, clothing started with a sketch. From there, it determines how much fabric is needed, the labor, the shipping, sale prices, profit margin, etc. The idea starts the ball rolling. Everything is unified with best practices, but many times they are siloed. They should not be…there is much more in common, than different from business to business. Much of the processes are the same to make an idea happen across different businesses. There are no magical secrets to success – there is a lot of work. More than anything, it takes perseverance. We cannot lose the patience for process because that is where real success comes from. After all of the work you did for the book and all of the people you interviewed for it, were there any constants that stood out across them that helped their success? They embody best practices. They show up and are present. The persevere and put in the work. They surround themselves with the good and right people to make the business go. They develop a sense of empathy in business to understand the other side in negotiation and building relationships. More than anything, they push through the difficult times and develop strategies to get over, around, and overcome the challenges that entrepreneurship inevitably brings. At the 18 min mark, we talk about the DCP formula and how Jeff has seen in his work. “The only way you get better at anything is to do it over and over again.” At the 20 min mark, Jeff shares some interesting thoughts on Apple vs. Sony. Apple has never originated a product. They copied and innovated. They sell their products not on what they do, but the experience it gives. They are truly unique. Jeff worked with Sony when they originated the Walkman and Sony was visionary in creating and whole new way of life when it came to music. Apple basically took the idea of the Walkman to create the Ipod. Same thing with the smartphone. Apple stood on the shoulders of the Palm Pilot and Blackberry creating a broad consumer market for the phone and increased their eco-system. What Apple did well was design something with great purpose and had the discipline to stick to their focus and product set and not get into businesses that are not really their business. Companies lose the ability to innovate because they spread themselves thin. Talk about the power of story when it comes to marketing and branding and how important it is. Basically, we communicate through story. It is how we retain information because you remember how a story made you feel. Stories are the way we bond with each other and it is how products are sold. Nike is a great example. “Just do it” is so simple, but means so much. Nike is about athletic excellence, but more the idea of it for clients. Ralph Lauren stands for status and good taste. At the 27 min mark, Jeff shares a story of a conversation with Ralph Lauren where he told him he was like Walt Disney. A brand is a story that is well told. One of the main criteria of a good story is there needs to be an outcome and they live happily ever after meaning the customer will be better off for it. Talk about the balance of emotion vs. logic and how it relates to business… The push and pull between emotion and logic is interesting. Most people think they make their decisions based on logic, but they don't. People are not nearly as logical as they think. There are 2 ways that decisions are made: Heuristics and Biases If you appeal to those things, you can lead people to make decisions. At the 31 min mark, Jeff shares a story of something a guest shared in his class when it comes to how we make decisions with an example of buying a bottle of wine. Most people pick in the middle of the range of wines for price because they don't want to buy the most expensive, but they don't want to buy the cheapest one. So, if you up the overall price of the selection of wine in a store, you will sell wine at higher prices. How do we make better decisions as consumers? Be informed. Educate yourself. Do your research and think about larger decisions before you make them. Find and use credible sources to help you. The difference between wander vs. wonder, explain that. Wandering makes you wonder. When you wander and take in your surroundings, it makes you wonder which leads to curiosity. Curiosity leads to asking better questions and leads to learning and better understanding. The only stupid question is the one you don't ask which leads to you having issues later on. Running your ideas like a business. Tell us about that. One of the most important things in business is “proof of concept” meaning someone is willing to pay for your product. You cannot be the only one in love with your idea. There has to be people willing to part with their hard-earned money to buy it. Ideas need to go through the proof-of-concept process. ​ What has surprised you most in your entrepreneur journey? How there is so much more in common among different disciplines and people. There is a lot more in common than different. We have to be careful not to focus solely on the different. The essence of being an entrepreneur is bringing some kind of change by brining an idea to life.   Best Quote: The only way you get better at anything is to do it over and over again.   Jeff's Misfit 3: Persistence. Whatever you are pursuing, you will face inevitable difficulties and you must persist through them. Not being so enamored with your own idea that you cannot accept criticism and make it better. Don't become delusional. Stay curious. Curiosity is the fuel that makes you want to learn more and grow.   Notion.SO Go to www.Notion.SO and get started for FREE! Five Minute Journal www.MisfitEntrepreneur.com/Journal

Tribe Archipelago Podcast
Episode 39 - Darren Goldstein Interview

Tribe Archipelago Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 31:30


Toronto-based Darren Goldstein works as a Unit Still Photographer for TV & Film productions. Daren has photographed hundreds of music, film and Television stars like Amy Winehouse, Adele, Drake, Lady Gaga, and Bradley Cooper, to name a few. He specializes in unit and gallery photography for Television shows, and some of Darren's clients also include athletic and luxury corporate brands like Adidas & Ralph Lauren, production companies like Proper TV & Cineflix, and broadcasters like Bell Media, Rogers & CBC. In this interview, Darren shares some insight into the life of a stills photographer, and the fascinating world he works in, behind the scenes of shows we all enjoy. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dsgphoto/ Website: https://dsgphoto.com/ Have you heard? A game-changer in the preset world has arrived. Introducing ARCHIPELAGO QUEST. Quest is a subscription-based platform with exclusive access to new signature presets & profiles for only $8/month. Subscribers also get access to great bonus content & tutorials, live edit sessions and Q&As, and the chance to connect with a community in our Quest Facebook group. https://archipelagoquest.com/ Podcasts listeners can get their first month of Quest membership FREE with code: PODCAST39 This is a limited time offer, available until the end of November 2021.

Warrior vs Zombie Podcast
Warrior vs Zombie Episode 51 with Chris Salem

Warrior vs Zombie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 32:19


Chris Salem – is an incredible Warrior. He is a CEO, executive coach, world-class speaker, award-winning author®, certified mindset expert, radio show host & media personality, and wellness advocate. His book Master Your Inner Critic / Resolve the Root Cause – Create Prosperity went international best seller in 2016. He also co-authored the recent edition to "Mastering the Art of Success" with Jack Canfield. His weekly radio show Sustainable Success is part of the Voice America Influencers Channel. Chris has worked with organizations such as JP Morgan – Chase, Ralph Lauren, Microchip Technologies, Anthem, Raytheon, Pratt & Whitney, United Healthcare, GE Research, US Senate, US Census Bureau, Hubbell Corporation, and NYPD Forensics Department including universities such as University of Hartford, Bay Path University, Westchester Community College, Worcester State University, and spoke on overcoming limited beliefs for peak performance at Harvard University's Faculty Club.

OT: The Podcast
Alan Bedwell (Foundwell) on Cartier, clocks and why connoisseurship matters

OT: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 71:21


Today's guest is Alan Bedwell, the antiques expert behind cool curio site Foundwell. We chat to Alan about what it's like growing up in an antique-dealing family and how he ended up looking after Ralph Lauren's antiques, including dog paraphernalia, of all things. From there, Foundwell was formed through a stint at Bergdorf Goodman, and Alan was off to the races. We find out how the scene has changed over the years (hint, cufflinks aren't cool right now), as well as his thoughts on why the watch market is white-hot. We also stray into watch-adjacent territory, talking about why clocks, even those from makers like Cartier and Jaeger-LeCoultre, are under-rated. Before Alan joined the chat, Andy and Felix found the time to talk luxury toaster smartphones, retro-futuristic cars and why Nomos nails watch accessories. This episode is brought to you by NOMOS Glashütte. Today we talk accessories and extras perfect for Christmas. From straps to postage stamps, you can always find something fun at NOMOS. Want to be part of the OT: The Podcast community? Join our Discord! The home of the hot take. Shownotes https://www.otpodcast.com.au/show-notes/s2e57 The Belmuda phone Hyundai Heritage Series Grandeur EV Red Notice on Netflix William Wood Triumph Foundwell Foundwell on Instagram Hermes moneyclip Anthony Elson, the Silversmith Alan couldn't recall off the top of his head The Movado History on Amazon The U.S.A. trilogy by John Dos Passos Fake or Fortune on YouTube   FOLLOW US: https://www.instagram.com/ot.podcast/ https://www.facebook.com/otpodcastau https://www.instagram.com/andygreenlive/ https://www.instagram.com/fkscholz/ Submit an application to our quasi-professional watch matchmaking service, by email: otthepodcast@gmail.com If you liked our podcast - please remember to like/share and subscribe. If you liked our podcast - please remember to like/share and subscribe.

How'd It Happen Podcast
B. Jeffrey Madoff, The Power of Curiosity Fuel (#214)

How'd It Happen Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 75:50


Everyone goes through changes at one point or another in their lives. That's what today's guest went through until he found something he could spend his life doing. Join me as we talk to the Director, Founder, and Film Producer of Madoff Productions — yep, you guessed it, Jeff Madoff. We talk about the choices he made in the past that served him well into his present and future. We also talked about how it happened for him and how his curiosity led to more learning. We've unearthed a lot of good stuff in this episode so make sure you tune in.B. Jeffrey Madoff began his career as a fashion designer. He was chosen as one of the top 10 designers in the U.S. then switched careers to film and video production. He is the founder of Madoff Productions, based in New York City. His company collaborates directly with clients, ad agencies, and public relations firms to produce commercials, corporate branding films, live streaming events, social media, and web content. Madoff edited and directed award-winning commercials, documentaries, and web content worldwide for clients such as Ralph Lauren, Victoria's Secret, Tiffany, Radio City, The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Harvard University, and Weill Cornell Medical College. He is on the Parsons School for Design faculty, teaching a course he developed called “Creativity: Making a Living With Your Ideas.” He was a featured blogger about media, popular culture, and politics for The Huffington Post.Grab a copy of his book at  www.acreativecareer.com You can reach him at:Website: http://www.madoffproductions.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/madoffproductions/Book Website: http://www.acreativecareer.comBook Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/acreativecareer/Show notes:[4:52] How'd it happen for Jeff Madoff[12:30] How he ended up going to the University of Wisconsin[15:37] On his choice of degree and how it served him in life[22:54] Curiosity as a fuel for learning[26:26] When critical voices come from yourself[29:43] How did he start as a professor?[34:14] His thoughts on pre-conceived ideas about his class[36:28] His academic background, wrestling, and the film industry[39:46] How he first became part of a business[45:13] Moving to New York[51:18] Selling his business and moving into film[58:26] Creative Careers: Making a Living With Your Ideas[1:02:04] Making a Living with Your Ideas Podcast[1:06:23] Personality: The Lloyd Price Musical[1:15:10] OutroCheck the accompanying blog post of this episode at: https://mikemalatesta.com/podcast/b-jeffrey-madoff-the-power-of-curiosity-fuel-214/If you like this episode and want to be the first to know when new ones are released? Make sure you subscribe! Also, a review will be much appreciated, so make sure you give us a 5-star (or whatever one makes the most sense to you

Ready, Set
Episode 063 - Acid Induced Break

Ready, Set

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 16:04


Getting Weird, with Ashley Good Episode 063 - Acid Induced Break This is a short episode because ya gurl can't speak! I give a brief update on the flooding in British Columbia, and talk about my inevitable next step as a thirty-something... Starting an Etsy shop. ***I am taking a two week break from recording. The show will return on Tuesday, December 14th! Thank you for continuing to listen.

Friend of a Friend
Taking A C-Suite Job At Nine Months Pregnant: How To Have It All with Behnaz Ghahramani

Friend of a Friend

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 32:45


Today we're joined by Stuart Weitzman's Chief Marketing Officer, Behnaz Ghahramani. Her resume in the business of fashion is extensive - she's led strategy for prestigious brands like Gucci and Ralph Lauren, and then came her first C Suite executive job offer at the New York-based shoe brand. She also happened to be nine months pregnant at the time. In this episode, Behnaz shares the keys to having it all, how she climbed the corporate fashion ladder, and how she's worked with collaborators like Serena Williams to bring maternity rights to the forefront of her work.    Love the show? Follow us and leave a review! And for more behind-the-scenes, follow Liv on Instagram, @LivvPerez.  Produced by Dear Media

So That’s A Thing
S7 E11 The Future is Now

So That’s A Thing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 42:02


This week, both Angie and Molly take us into the future! Molly takes us back in store for an experience at Ralph Lauren. Angie discovers the city of the future that we've all been waiting for.

Dear Alice | Interior Design
Market Recap | Great Things We Have Come Across

Dear Alice | Interior Design

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 31:21


We've been asked several times since returning from market about what we saw while there, what's coming, what's out, what we're expecting, what the latest colors and trends are. We hadn't been to market since before all the pandemic stuff, so we wanted to answer that call of those questions and we are so excited to share with you what we've seen and learned. We love antique rugs because they're unique and you can't find them anywhere else in the world, so we'll go out and talk to our rug flipper who will pick up these old, but nice rugs which we can use to give spaces that unique, cosy, and happy look. We love going to market because we get to see these top quality setups and designs that designers have been spending 6 months on to present, which we then get to show to our own clients. Have a piece of Alice Lane in your home for free 1:27The color scheme 4:50Antique rugs 6:23Color is still a thing 8:29Motion is important now 11:20The diagonal arm and neutrals 12:35More on color and rugs 15:31Bedding 18:14Metal 19:18Vintage 21:06Why we love going to market 26:43“The nickel would look really fly with that bittersweet chocolate, I'm just gonna say, very Ralph Lauren, right? We're still gonna see it and we're still gonna mix metals, but gold isn't out, guys. It's still antique, it still has a trueness to it. It wasn't just a brush gold.” “And we're probably going to still choose it 70% of the time over nickel, but then nickel, we're always gonna use nickel on a faucet, and I really don't ever want to see gold silverware.” 19:56https://www.instagram.com/alicelaneinteriors/https://www.instagram.com/alicelanehome/https://alicelanehome.com/https://www.facebook.com/AliceLaneHomehttps://www.pinterest.com/alicelanehome/https://www.youtube.com/alicelanehomecollectionsaltlakecityNews Letter:https://manage.kmail-lists.com/subscriptions/subscribe?a=HZENWY&g=PFcqV5

The Style That Binds Us
Turning an everyday chore into a luxurious experience with The Laundress

The Style That Binds Us

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 61:39


We are excited to have Gwen Whiting, Co-Founder of eco-friendly laundry care & home-cleaning solutions brand, The Laundress, on The Style That Binds Us podcast! She went to Cornell and then worked in design at Ralph Lauren. After one too many pieces were ruined at the dry cleaners, on top of knowing how toxic dry cleaning is and wanting to avoid the large bills that come with dry cleaning your clothes, Gwen set out to create a solution that led them to found The Laundress in 2004. We can't wait to learn more. The Laundress has collaborated with John Mayer, Le Labo and J. Crew & has been featured in Vogue, WWD, Forbes, Daily Front Row and many more. Use code STYLE for 25% off on their website! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/delia-folk8/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/delia-folk8/support

Ideas Elevated
Kendra Bracken-Ferguson: Telling Your Brand Story

Ideas Elevated

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 28:18


Kendra Bracken-Ferguson is a digital marketer, brand architect, and entrepreneur. She's worked with companies such as Ralph Lauren, AT&T, Under Armour, Sally Beauty, helping them develop the next evolution of their digital media. In this episode, Kendra chats with Kia Brooks, the founder of the Gotham Film and Media Institute's Owning It program. They discuss Kendra's career path, including her experience, partnering with Halle Berry in 2020 to build the health and wellness company, rē•spin. You'll walk away with tactics to help you tell your brand story, and you'll learn Kendra's strategies for maintaining balance in her life as a busy entrepreneur.

Design Voice Podcast
#72 Equity in Architecture with Kavitha Mathew, Global Diversity Officer, KPF

Design Voice Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 38:57


Kavitha Mathew is the Global Diversity Officer at KPF, and leads the firm's diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts, as well as the development and implementation of the firm's global Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) commitment. Mathew oversees KPF's many internal Communities such as KPF Public, KPF Pride, and KPF+, helps guide KPF's recruitment and resourcing, as well as its philanthropic and volunteer efforts. Leveraging her experience as an architect, Mathew's work at KPF has a project-focused component, advising on engagement and communication with the community. Kavitha is also the Founder and President of Equity Co:LAB, and the Special Projects Director of the American Institute of the AIANY. Previously Director of Corporate Architectural Services for Ralph Lauren, she has also worked in various architectural roles at firms including KPF, Spacesmith, and Ted Moudis Associates, as well as her own practice. In this episode, Kavitha talks about her career journey, from practicing as an architect, to working on the client side, to now becoming the Global Diversity Officer at KPF. Kavitha shares how her passion for equity and social justice work developed, what she thinks is needed at an organization to make equity and inclusion efforts successful, and her advice for companies who are just beginning equity work. We also talk about Corporate Social Responsibility, and the movement toward transparency. - We want to hear from you! Please send your feedback to hello@designvoicepodcast.com and follow the show on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/designvoicepodcast.

Ready, Set
Episode 062 - Stormy Weather & Strange Butter

Ready, Set

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 33:17


Getting Weird, with Ashley Good Episode 062 - Stormy Weather & Strange Butter The power is out! If you are reading this, I managed to tether my laptop to my phone with a rare moment of available data. Anyway, in this episode I talk about the current flooding in BC, if a "collapse" will ever happen, and weird butter. *** Support Getting Weird! Order your copy of JUST ADD WATER, here: https://www.amazon.com/Just-Add-Water-Ashley-Good/dp/1777270332 Poseidn 3D Cocktails: poseidn.com Promo Code: READYSET10 Need glasses? Want to look like me? Or both? Save 25% on a complete pair of Clearly brand glasses from Clearly.ca with the code READY25 (Excludes RayBan, Oakley, Bolon, Arnette, Coach, Michael Kors, Polo, Ralph Lauren, Tory Burch, Versace, Emporio Armani, Ralph by Ralph Lauren, Dior, and Vogue.) *** Song: Nelly - Hot in Herre To listen to songs from past episodes, check out the Spotify playlist -- https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6KwOnYz1kJSJ7bQydwVYZX?si=1WUZZX6URAq-C2gk1NMemw&utm *** Contact the show at gettingweirdwithashleygood@gmail.com Follow Getting Weird on Instagram @gettingweirdwithashleygood Learn more about my other projects at ashleygood.ca and blackframes.ca

Your Aunties Favorite Podcast
Unc Talk (Ft. Dion Sahneyah)

Your Aunties Favorite Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 65:19


Do we need to "sell out" in order to get ahead? The Uncs discuss Ralph Lauren's latest ad using Native American models the Travis Scott concert tragedy and are briefly joined by Dion to talk sports. 

The Fashion Feed
092 - Using Spirituality to Help Decision Making with Sophie Biggerstaff

The Fashion Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 54:02


Sophie is my guest this week & reached out to me recently to discuss how spirituality had an impact on the big decisions she's made within her career! Obviously being a woo woo loving businesswoman myself I was all over it & couldn't wait to record this episode!   Also it's really interesting that all the spritiual episodes around magic & mindset do so well which shows me you're going to love this one too! Sophie was worked for 11 years in the retail industry working for brands such as Ralph Lauren, Diesel, Kate Spade and Burberry & took the leap to explore entrepreneurship and BYRCOLLECTIVE was born!   Through BYRCOLLECTIVE Sophie uses her industry expertise to help brands create great product& capitalize on opportunities to drive sales and maximize profit!  In this episode we discuss : how we both used spirituality to move into self employment the power of manifestation & the connection to self care some great book recommendations to dive in deeper!   LINKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE Sophie's book recommendation Everyday Tarot   LISTEN You can listen by clicking through to Apple Podcast here Remember to hit the subscribe button so you don't miss an episode!   contact me If you'd like to find out more about working together on your brand, click here

Heddels Podcast
67 - The Peloton of the Kitchen (teaser)

Heddels Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 5:18


To hear the full episode, join Heddels+: http://heddels.plus It's the midseason blues and Ralph Lauren's answer to it is letting people dye whatever they want in store. That is also far from the most ridiculous product concept we have today because this is the return of PR Plop! Our series where we dive into the best of the worst of the PR emails we receive. We've got NSFW NFTs, "The Peloton of the Kitchen", virtual clothing and more!

Business Wars Daily
Premium Clothing Retailers to Deliver a Custom Touch

Business Wars Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 3:56


Today is Tuesday, November 9, and we're looking at Ralph Lauren vs. Brooks Brothers.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Ready, Set
Episode 061 - Robot Grandma in a Cave!

Ready, Set

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 28:05


Getting Weird, with Ashley Good Episode 061 - Robot Grandma in a Cave! This week's show is about skin walkers and doppelgangers! With a few side rambles about Spencer Gifts signifying the death of culture, and Christmas being inspired by mushrooms. *** Support Getting Weird! Order your copy of JUST ADD WATER, here: https://www.amazon.com/Just-Add-Water-Ashley-Good/dp/1777270332 Poseidn 3D Cocktails: poseidn.com Promo Code: READYSET10 Need glasses? Want to look like me? Or both? Save 25% on a complete pair of Clearly brand glasses from Clearly.ca with the code READY25 (Excludes RayBan, Oakley, Bolon, Arnette, Coach, Michael Kors, Polo, Ralph Lauren, Tory Burch, Versace, Emporio Armani, Ralph by Ralph Lauren, Dior, and Vogue.) *** Song: Will Smith - The Men in Black To listen to songs from past episodes, check out the Spotify playlist -- https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6KwOnYz1kJSJ7bQydwVYZX?si=1WUZZX6URAq-C2gk1NMemw&utm *** Contact the show at gettingweirdwithashleygood@gmail.com Follow Getting Weird on Instagram @gettingweirdwithashleygood Learn more about my other projects at ashleygood.ca and blackframes.ca

Skoðanabræður
#194 Er ásættanlegt að klæðast Ralph Lauren?

Skoðanabræður

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 10:12


Snorri á Spáni, Bergþór í borg kvíðans. These are dark times, there is no denying. But you can't fight this war on your own, Mr. Potter… segir á einum stað. Þetta á líka við núna, og um hlustendur Skoðanabræðra – þið þurfið á þessu að halda. Ýtið á play og hlustið á vitrænar samræður um allt frá nýju nýlendustefnunni til hins syfjaða einstaklings í Hvíta húsinu. Hvað gerir maður þegar Frakkarnir týna töskunni manns og hvert fer maður, ef það er engin leið út úr heiminum?

EnFactor Podcast
Reposting Our Conversation with Jeff Madoff- Making a Living with Your Ideas

EnFactor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 48:49


Today we are reposting our conversation with Jeff Madoff. Jeff is a film producer, director, playwriter and entrepreneur. He is the founder of New York City-based video production company, Madoff Productions, and author of Creative Careers: Making a Living With Your Ideas. Jeff has edited and directed award winning commercials, documentaries and web content around the world for clients such as Ralph Lauren, Tiffany, Radio City, The American Academy of Dramatic Arts and Harvard University.

Chewing the Fat with Jeff Fisher
Ep 744 | Jesus Christ: Money Master…

Chewing the Fat with Jeff Fisher

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 48:38


Macys Parade is back… Texas coach may not get a new gig… Top Stories / Virginia / Minneapolis / New Jersey / New York / Pennsylvania / World Series… Kobe revisited… Bezos buys a piece of the ocean… Texas radio host jailed… Subscribe to the YouTube Channel… Email to Chewingthefat@theblaze.com Subscribe www.blazetv.com/jeffy / Promo code jeffy… #ShaveHeadSaveHuman Salad recall… Marathon pooper... Ralph Lauren new dye plan… Ireland Baldwin tone deaf… What's up with Alec investigation?... Gun pulled on trick or treater... Gun fired accidentally at BBall game… Wintour quote for the day… Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Those Boys on the Hill
Started From the Bottom, Now We're Here with Kareem Rosser

Those Boys on the Hill

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 57:43


Those Boys are joined by their editor Leah Gallo as the new guest host as they speak with fellow Philly native Kareem Rosser. He is the first African-American Polo captain to lead an Interscholastic and Intercollegiate Polo team to a championship, Ralph Lauren model, Author of the book titled 'Crossing the Lines' and so much more. Support Work To Ride here:https://worktoride.net/Check out his book here: https://www.audible.com/pd/Crossing-the-Line-Audiobook/1250789982?source_code=AUDORWS0718179KY7

Business of the Beat Podcast
Follow what brings you purpose and joy

Business of the Beat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 43:45


Kendra talks with Kameko Grant, Founder of @sogoodgeneralstore, about Kameko's winding road spanning east to west coasts as a purpose-driven intrapreneur and entrepreneur.  Growing up in rural Virginia as one of five girls in a multicultural, deeply religious household, Kameko was homeschooled and encouraged to explore nature as a pastime. While babysitting, she discovered and became enamored with fashion magazines. At 16, she signed herself up for fashion school and remained in the field for 15 years including landing a senior designer position at Ralph Lauren.  We talk about the life transition that led to Kameko's career as a private chef for Jay Z and Beyonce, and the factors that inspired her to create a “non-toxic haven” for her growing family. As the demand for her products soared, Kameko used her interdisciplinary skills to found the @sogoodgeneralstore, a BIPOC-owned company that features sustainable plant-based cleaning supplies, skincare, and zero-waste home products. Tune in to listen to Kameko's passion-to-purpose journey, self-care insights, mothering while founding, and the unboxing of the most fabulous eco-friendly tools that I've discovered.   “I was like... I'm just gonna have to start doing this on my own because I couldn't find that niche...I was looking for non-toxic, sustainable, no plastic...owned by a BIPOC member of that community.” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Shop Girls on MyTalk107.1
10/30/21 | Hour 1: Halloween DIY

Shop Girls on MyTalk107.1

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021


Beauty guru Fatima Olive is filling in for Ali. Ralph Lauren for the US Olympics and Fendi x Skims are among the most recent fashion collaborations. Fatima gives last-minute Halloween costume ideas and advice. Plus. a quilted puffer jacket and a sweatshirt dress in Whose Look is it.

The Smoking Tire
Roger Farah Returns! (And answers all your questions)

The Smoking Tire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 84:50


Roger Farah is back to answer your business (and life) questions! His last appearance was so popular we just had to have him back, so here's  90 minutes of fan questions about business, entrepreneurship, how to get ahead, why being curious is important, staying cool in tough situations, taking your shot, and more. There's great lessons here for anyone, no matter what job you have. Roger has been a heavy-hitter in the world of business and retail. His career started in department stores, working his way up at Saks Fifth Avenue until moving on to become the CEO of Rich's/Goldsmith's Department Stores (retailing) and President of Rich's/Goldsmith's Department Stores from 1987 to 1988. He was the CEO of Foot Locker in the '90s and then was President and COO of Ralph Lauren for over a decade. Buy Innova tools at all major automotive retailers, Amazon and https://www.Innova.com to find the problem AND fix the problem. Go to https://www.blackvue.com/TST and use the promo code TIRE to get 10% off of any BlackVue dashcam. Free shipping for orders over $200. Go to http://sheathunderwear.com and get the most comfortable underwear you'll ever wear. If you use the promo code TIRE20, you'll also get twenty percent off your order.  Want to watch the live stream, get ad-free podcasts, or exclusive podcasts? Join our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thesmokingtirepodcast

Thanks For Coming In
Bo Yokely

Thanks For Coming In

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 33:24


Bo Yokely talks understanding the business side of acting, sustaining a career outside of the big city, and a self-tape audition choice that went horribly wrong!About Bo:Bowman Trent Yokely was born September 21, 1987 in Winston Salem, North Carolina to Karen Yokely, a schoolteacher and Brent Yokely, a financial advisor. He has one older brother, Brady. He was raised In Kernersville, NC where he met his wife Olivia in High school. Bo holds a bachelors degree in Communications and a minor in theatre arts from University of North Carolina at Greensboro.Prior to his career in film Bo worked as a model and product representative for several high end clients such as: Tag Heuer, MAC cosmetics, Hanes, Belk, Peter Millar, Patagonia, Ralph Lauren, and many others. He is also a licensed financial advisor, beginning his career in insurance and investments prior to his acting career skyrocketing.Bo landed a small role as a sovereign fighter pilot in Guardians of the Galaxy 2 (2017) chiseled lifeguard in the action comedy Baywatch (2017) charismatic Jimmy in the psychological thriller Into The Forest (2018) and Ranger Clark in Ponysitters Club (2019). His first big break came as womanizing pro-basketball player Chris opposite Sanaa Lathan in the Netflix original film Nappily Ever After (2018). Bo landed his breakout role as male lead as rustic cowboy Collin Traub in the Harlequin romance novel-turned-film After the Storm (2019). Since then the lead roles haven't stopped. As hard working farmer Cole Tooley in Christmas at the Grey Horse Inn (2021), Music manager Ryan Avery in Country Roads Christmas (2022), and his most notable role to date, IVF father Brian Crawford fighting for his sons custody in Lifetime's Switched Before Birth (2021.) Bo is a bold, charming, All-American hero with a quick wit who never loses, and brings these qualities to every role he accepts.Outside of acting Bo also loves producing. He is currently in the production process for four feature films and two television series. He enjoys soccer, MMA, horseback riding and all things animals. He is married to Olivia Yokely and they welcomed their first daughter, Evie Grace in April of 2021. He also has two Yorkshire terriers that enjoy traveling with the family as well.Bo's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bo_yokely/Follow the show on social media!                 Instagram: https://instagram.com/thanksforcominginpodcast/                 Twitter: https://twitter.com/tfci_podcast                  Facebook: http://facebook.com/thanksforcominginpodcast/                   Theme Music by Andrew Skrabutenas

Pop Fashion
Fancy Dress Parties

Pop Fashion

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 43:51


Coach will stop destroying merchandise because of social media, Ralph Lauren is making its cotton dyeing methods open source, and the CEO of ASOS has departed. Is Fendi partnering with Skims? Plus, why Harry Styles fans are getting so dressed up. Come hang out!  www.popfashionpodcast.com

The Balanced Blonde Podcast // Soul On Fire
258. Emily DiDonato: Pregnancy, Skincare, Modeling, & Navigating Social Media

The Balanced Blonde Podcast // Soul On Fire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 67:07


You probably recognize Emily DiDonato from your favorite magazines, brand campaigns, or from her incredible social media presence where she has 2.3M followers on Instagram alone! In this fun and fascinating conversation, you'll get to know the Emily beyond the highlight reel as she chats with Jordan about the realness of pregnancy, the highs and lows of modeling, and the backstory behind her new clean skincare brand, Covey. In a few short weeks, Emily went from your average teen to shooting for Ralph Lauren and picked to be the face of Maybelline! Over the past decade, she has walked international fashion shows, jetted all over the world, and graced the covers of Vogue and Sports Illustratrated. Along the way, she tried just about every beauty product and routine in the book, which inspired her to create the skincare brand Covey. She unpacks her journey, from taking the leap to move to Manhattan alone to forge her modeling career, to the three-year process to birth Covey out into the world and how it feels to be the boss and content creator of her own brand and message. With motherhood on the horizon for both Jordan and Emily (they're due three weeks apart from one another!), the conversation takes an inevitable turn to pregnancy -- and specifically, the realness of pregnancy. Emily reveals how she found out she was pregnant, the rituals getting her by (yoga, cold foods, and laying low), and the harsh realities of being constantly judged on her appearance online. We hope this conversation sparks excitement and joy and inspiration all around! Thanks to https://obefitness.com/ (Obé Fitness) for sponsoring this episode. This on-demand fitness app keeps exercise fun and flexible with your lifestyle and needs. It's one of Jordan's favorite workout platforms because it takes all of the guesswork out of exercising and makes it super easy for everyone. Use the code “BALANCED” to get one month FREE at https://obefitness.com/ (obefitness.com). Thanks to https://drinkolipop.com/pages/variety-pack-landing (Olipop) for sponsoring this episode. Jordan has at least two of these delicious soda drinks every day. You can enjoy a can guilt-free, knowing it's low-sugar, non-GMO, Paleo, and keto friendly. Get 20% off their variety packs + free shipping by heading to https://drinkolipop.com/pages/variety-pack-landing (drinkolipop.com/blonde) or using code “BLONDE” at checkout.  Thanks to https://us.foursigmatic.com/special-offer-new/special-deal-coffee1?discount=blonde&afmc=blonde&utm_campaign=blonde-coffee-week&utm_medium=partner&utm_source=email&utm_content=blonde&utm_term= (Four Sigmatic) for sponsoring this episode. This mushroom coffee brand has been part of Jordan's morning routine for many years. She loves to brew a cup of dark and nutty goodness to boost her creativity and productivity throughout the day. We have a special TBB deal for you to get up to 40% off + free shipping on their mushroom coffee bundles. Simply head to https://us.foursigmatic.com/special-offer-new/special-deal-coffee1?discount=blonde&afmc=blonde&utm_campaign=blonde-coffee-week&utm_medium=partner&utm_source=email&utm_content=blonde&utm_term= (foursigmatic.com/blonde) or use the code “BLONDE” at checkout.  To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: http://www.thebalancedblonde.com/podcast/ (http://www.thebalancedblonde.com/podcast/) Resources: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/emilydidonato/?hl=en (@emilydidonato) + https://www.instagram.com/covey/?hl=en (@covey) Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/EmilyDiDonato (@EmilyDiDonato) TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@didonatoemily?lang=en (@didonatoemily) Website: https://www.thebalancedblonde.com/ (thebalancedblonde.com) Store: https://www.thebalancedblonde.podia.com/ (thebalancedblonde.com/shop) Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/thebalancedblonde/ ( @thebalancedblonde) The Balanced Blonde is a production of http://crate.media (Crate...

Second Life
Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Designer Nili Lotan on Building Her Namesake Label and Her Chicest Style Advice

Second Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 44:19


Israel-born, New York–based fashion designer Nili Lotan couldn't go out of style if she tried. On this week's episode, she tells Hillary how she got her start in the industry—including leading design teams at Ralph Lauren and Liz Claiborne—before creating her eponymous label at age 46. They also chat about her recent expansion into categories such as handbags and her best style advice of all time.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr
Designer Nili Lotan on Building Her Namesake Label and Her Chicest Style Advice

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 44:19


Israel-born, New York–based fashion designer Nili Lotan couldn't go out of style if she tried. On this week's episode, she tells Hillary how she got her start in the industry—including leading design teams at Ralph Lauren and Liz Claiborne—before creating her eponymous label at age 46. They also chat about her recent expansion into categories such as handbags and her best style advice of all time.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Spiritual Shit
Ep. 134 How & Where Do You Find Your Sanctuary? Ft. Courtney Arrington-Baldwin & Donnell Baldwin

Spiritual Shit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 59:24


The launch of SANCTUAIRE is a long-time dream that has now come to fruition for Courtney Arrington-Baldwin. Sanctuaire, the French word for sanctuary, is a place of refuge and consecration for the mind, body, and soul—a holy place. Founded and curated by a Black woman, SANCTUAIRE is an online destination and lifestyle brand dedicated to people of color to promote wholeness. A Tufts University graduate and civil engineer by trade, Courtney worked for more than seven years as a project engineer with the nation's largest general contractor but, Courtney experienced burnout from many years in a demanding and high-stress occupation and decided to leave her construction industry career. It was at that time that she began to focus her time on her personal wellness and life as an entrepreneur. She always had a love for nutrition and movement. It soon became a passion to determine how she could continue to find wholeness with other women like her. Her vision for SANCTUAIRE started as a physical space and in 2020 pivoted online. In addition to being partners in life as a married couple, Donnell and Courtney are business partners. Donnell, a southern-gentleman, fitness enthusiast, and former personal trainer, has worked in the fashion industry for many years with over 15 years of experience in luxury fashion and the digital marketplace. His work in fashion has included roles as the deputy style editor-US for MR PORTER (Yoox-Net-A-Porter Group), as well as, the style manager for Ralph Lauren's Wholesale Online Strategy & Marketing Division. Donnell currently co-owns and operates MR BALDWIN STYLE, a fashion styling, and creative company. Black women have played an extremely important role in Donnell's life and he is excited to support Courtney in the launch and operation of SANCTUAIRE. Their service is to provide a unique and tailored platform that ushers one another into happier and healthier lives, not only for our community but for ourselves. To us, self-care is truly an act of resistance. Find them HERE and HERE ! #blackowned #bipoc #spiritual #sanctuary #slowliving #wellness #health Find me at thelovelyalea.com or come to one of our workshops on patreon.com/thelovelyalea --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/alealovely/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/alealovely/support

The Focus Group
Nine photos to have on your phone

The Focus Group

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 47:50


Shop Talk looks at the Eisenhower Matrix as a method to plan your day and prioritize tasks. Caught My Eye highlights another treasure found in a drawer of a UK estate worth millions. Also, the nine photos that we all should consider keeping on our phones are revealed. Famed fashion designer and business mogul, Ralph Lauren is our Business Birthday. Born on October 14, he is 82 years old and continues to take an active role in his business and philanthropic causes.We're all business. Except when we're not. Apple Podcasts: apple.co/1WwDBrCSpotify: spoti.fi/2pC19B1iHeart Radio: bit.ly/2n0Z7H1Tunein: bit.ly/1SE3NMbStitcher: bit.ly/1N97ZquGoogle Podcasts: bit.ly/1pQTcVWPandora: pdora.co/2pEfctjYouTube: bit.ly/1spAF5aAlso follow Tim and John on:Facebook: www.facebook.com/focusgroupradioTwitter: www.twitter.com/focusgroupradioInstagram: www.instagram.com/focusgroupradio

Entreprendre dans la mode
Gauthier Borsarello — Ce client, il faut l'éduquer, vers « moins consommer, mais mieux » (rediffusion)

Entreprendre dans la mode

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 73:58


Dans cet épisode sorti initialement en octobre 2018, nous allons à la rencontre de Gauthier Borsarello, le fondateur de Gauthier Borsarello Showroom, une collection de vêtements vintage créée depuis de nombreuses années à destination des professionnels de la mode. Il est également le Style Director de Holiday Boileau, la marque de vêtements du projet HOLIDAY, du directeur artistique entrepreneur Franck Durand, il est Creative Director de la marque de vêtements Kidur, et il est le co fondateur avec Marc Beaugé du magazine lancé le 18 octobre dernier, L'Etiquette. Dans cet épisode, on revient sur son parcours atypique, on parle de chacun de ses projets, de sa vision de la mode, de comment il jongle entre toutes ses activités et de beaucoup d'autres sujets. J'ai adoré interviewer Gauthier, j'espère que vous prendrez autant de plaisir à l'écouter. Pour suivre Gauthier sur InstagramSes projets : Gauthier Borsarello Showroom, Holiday Boileau, Kidur, L'Etiquette Magazine POUR SE RETROUVER DANS L'ÉPISODE 01:30 Gauthier se présente et reprend son parcours 06:30 Les années Ralph Lauren et Double RL en tant que Vintage Spécialiste 13:00 Sa rencontre avec Ramdane Touhami 15:45 Sa rencontre avec Franck Durand, cette idée de développer le quartier 22:00 Sa facilité avec les gens, d'ou vient elle 24:00 Comment il choisit ses projets 26:40 Pourquoi il a suivi Franck Durand, pourquoi il ne se dit pas designer 30:30 Avec qui il travaille aujourd'hui sur la partie vintage, comment les vêtements vintage sont utilisés dans les studios, comment il se source en vintage, comment il choisit ses pièces, combien coute une pièce très rare 39:00 Comment il voit le marché de l'industrie de la mode évoluer 44:00 Son avis sur le reportage de Cash Investigation sur le luxe 48:00 Comment il gère son quotidien, Holiday, la vision de Franck Durand pour Holiday, comment décliner sa vision globale lifestyle dans une ligne de vêtements 51:20 Kidur 55:30 Magazine L'Etiquette, le cycle de la mode 01:03:00 Comment il fait pour gérer autant de projets de fronts, à quoi ressemblent ses journées, sa vision pour son futurKEYLEARNING Même si je suis impressionné au fond de moi, mes parents m'ont appris à parler de la même façon à tout le monde. Ma concierge m'apprécie autant qu'un Franck Durand peut m'aimer, je ne mets pas de filtre. Par contre, si je n'aime pas quelqu'un, je ne mets pas de filtre non plus. Je suis extrêmement entier, j'ai besoin d'admirer les gens. J'admire les gens pour leur gentillesse, pour leur talent, pour leur vision ou pour leur capacité à travailler, j'ai besoin de voir que des personnes ont quelque chose que les autres n'ont pas. Quand je vois des grands DA qui sont aujourd'hui dans des maisons de luxes qui sont finalement comme moi ; des gens qui aiment le vêtement et qui se disent : « je vais prendre ce vintage et je vais le refaire », sauf que moi j'assume pleinement cela, je l'embrasse complètement. Pour moi, un vrai designer est quelqu'un qui prend son ordinateur ou un crayon et qui vous fait une fiche technique, qui est capable de faire une gradation, de faire un développement sur mannequin, faire du flou… quelque chose que je ne sais pas faire du tout. Moi, je suis un synthétiseur de savoir-faire, je fédère peut-être des gens, mais ce serait mépriser le travail d'un vrai designer de dire que j'en suis un. Je pense que le whole sale va souffrir, les marques vont se structurer avec un flagship vraiment représentatif d'images avec une très belle architecture, un service de qualité, etc. Un e-shop très compétitif où tu peux recevoir rapidement ta marchandise. En réalité, le fait d'être distribué dans le monde entier dans des gros multi-store qui font des marges et des soldes colossales, tout ce principe va s'écrémer car on se rend compte que les clients veulent payer le vrai prix, à part les clientèles émergentes qui sont prêtent à payer n'importe quoi à n'importe quel prix, pour avoir le truc et pour avoir un marqueur social. Je pense que petit à petit les marges vont diminuer, que le wholsale va disparaitre, que les marques vont structurer leurs ventes en direct, que du coup cette double marge – qui est un minimum de 5 entre le coût de fabrication et le prix de revente – doit être coupée… Ce client, il faut l'éduquer, vers « moins consommer, mais mieux ». Le luxe, c'est le temps nécessaire et incompressible à l'élaboration d'un produit dans la matière et la fabrication. J'ai l'impression que les groupes de luxe font tout pour qu'on oublie ce qu'est le luxe. Pour moi, le luxe absolu, c'est quand un DA va voir un artisan, quand quelqu'un qui a le goût de faire un produit qui va plaire, choisit de le faire avec un artisan. Là, pour moi, on est tout en haut. Une fois que t'es DA chez Vuitton, t'es plus underground au même titre que le punk lorsqu'il est mort. C'est qu'il était trop visible quand il était chez Vivienne Westwood, chez Jean Paul Gautier, dans les années 80, le punk était mort et ce n'est pas grave, c'était juste la fin d'une esthétique, la fin d'un monde et c'est bien qu'on passe à autre chose. RÉFÉRENCES DANS L'ÉPISODE ICARTTAJAN https://www.tajan.com/ Ralph Lauren https://www.ralphlauren.fr/ Double RL https://www.ralphlauren.fr/fr/marques/double-rl/hommes/70201 VINTED https://www.vinted.fr/ Doug Bilheimer Acheteur Vintage de Ralph Lauren Vintage Showroom http://www.thevintageshowroom.com/ Cassie Mercantile http://www.cassiemercantile.com/ Ramdane Touhami https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ramdane_Touhami Franck Durand www.franckdurand.com/ Holiday Café https://www.holiday-paris.fr/cafe.php Beige habilleur https://www.beige-habilleur.com/en/ Super Stitch https://www.instagram.com/superstitchparis/?hl=fr Kdpresse https://www.instagram.com/kdpresse/?hl=fr Camber https://www.camberusa.com/ Hense https://www.hanes.com/shop/hanes/hanes-beefy-t-short-sleeve-t-shirt-6307?redirectLoop=true&originalReferrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.fr%2F Cash Investigation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1IRtRnV92AM Julien Hamon http://jthamon.tumblr.com/ Nicolas Gabar de Husband http://www.husbands-paris.com/ Feedly https://feedly.com/ Photographe http://www.henryleutwyler.com/Pierre Maheo Officine Générale Les tumblrs : http://melancholiceuphoria.tumblr.com / http://kitty-n-classe.tumblr.com / http://gersaintbeaupre.tumblr.com / http://joeinct.tumblr.com See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Hoffman Podcast
S3E21: Aimee Song – Growing Into Real Confidence

The Hoffman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 33:20


Aimee Song, fashion icon, designer, and influencer, is our guest this week. She shares a powerful story of how she moved from what she calls 'fake' confidence to real confidence. When she was younger, she found that wearing clothes of style made her feel better about herself and helped her feel more confident. Eventually, Aimee began to see that this confidence wasn't sustainable because it wasn't authentic. She realized she had to go within to find the genuine confidence she now knows. The Hoffman Process was pivotal in her journey. Aimee shares a story about one of her patterns, one she discovered at the Process. She found herself envying the transformations she witnessed others having. Deep in her own week at the Hoffman Process, she noticed that everyone else seemed to be having big breakthroughs - except her. Her realization helped her name and let go of the pattern. Aimee realized how different she was post-Process while doing her forgiveness walk. She realized she had indeed transformed. She tells Drew that it was "so beautiful" to be present in a way she'd never been before. More About Aimee Song Aimee Song — pronounced [Ah-Meeh] like Mommy, not Amy — is a social media influencer** as well as an interior architect by trade. She runs one of the largest fashion and lifestyle sites in the world, Song of Style. Aimee has amassed a huge audience on social media and has become an influencer with an audience of over six million followers on Instagram. Based in her hometown of Los Angeles, Aimee's content ranges from what she wears and where she travels, to design inspiration and personal topics. Aimee has worked with countless venerable companies, including Dior, Ralph Lauren, Tiffany & Co., SKII, Giorgio Armani, and Volvo. In addition, she has served as the first digital ambassador for global beauty brand Laura Mercier. Named one of Forbes 30 Under 30, Aimee has been included in the Business of Fashion's prestigious BOF 500. This is a professional index of influencers who shape the global fashion industry. In 2016, she released her first book Capture Your Style, now a New York Times bestseller. Her second book, World of Style, followed in October 2018. Aimee has focused increasingly on sharing her philanthropic work as well as more personal aspects of her life with her audience, including her personal experience of starting therapy and doing the Hoffman Process. Most recently, she launched the long-awaited apparel brand, Song of Style Collection, to immense success. Find out more about Aimee at  Song of Style, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, and Amazon. As mentioned in this episode "World peace, one person at a time." Bob Hoffman **Influencer - "A social media influencer is someone who has established credibility in a specific industry, has access to a huge audience, and can persuade others to act based on their recommendations." Jen Atkin on the Hoffman Podcast The Forgiveness Walk: This is a Hoffman Process ritual done on the weekend after the Process to help complete the deep transformation that happens during the Process. It is a self-love and self-forgiveness experience reflecting the heart work done at the Process. During the Process, students do the deep work to find forgiveness for their parents. The Forgiveness Walk deepens forgiveness and love of oneself. Accountability Buddies: At the end of your Process, you choose a few other graduates with whom you wish to be buddies. As you re-enter your everyday life and find challenges along the way, you have a buddy to reach out to. Your buddies were there with you in all the beautiful and challenging moments of transformation. A buddy is someone you've developed trust and rapport with, and someone who understands. Discover if the Process is right for you. Subscribe on Apple/iTunes

The Business of Fashion Podcast
What Is Driving the Transformation of Luxury Retail Channels? | Transforming Luxury

The Business of Fashion Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 40:26


Today, the channels that consumers can now use to connect with brands to elicit a range of interactions have multiplied, dramatically. With major new platforms emerging all over the world, the retail networks utilised by luxury brands are evolving at an unprecedented pace to include a huge number of customer touch points — each a distinct opportunity for growth but requiring an idiosyncratic strategy for success. Due to mobile-commerce and social-commerce, when, how and why a consumer transacts with a brand has been reimagined entirely. The linear paths to purchase with which we are so familiar are being replaced by new conduits that combine digital content with customer-centric retail strategies to make transacting as engaging, enjoyable and instantaneous as possible. There is one region responsible for the lion's share of retail innovation: China. The engine of the luxury industry's growth for decades is now the epicentre of the most significant retail innovation in the market. From buy now, to swipe up, unboxing to bounce houses, KOLs, KOCs, shoppable video, live streaming, digital clienteling, resale sites, marketplaces, macro and micro influencers — luxury's retail channels have been reimagined at scale. Now, that innovation is beginning to shape global retail strategy. To discover what this means for the future of the luxury goods industry BoF assembled four global authorities to share their insights with host Robin Mellery-Pratt. Timothy Armoo is the CEO of Fanbytes, which supports social media creators to navigate success, while also guiding brands to reach younger audiences on emerging and existing platforms. Selected for Forbes 30 under 30 in 2021, Armoo was named by The Evening Standard as one of the most influential people in marketing and advertising. “When we advise our brands, the best way to go is, you say that you want to reach Gen-Z, but let's go a layer down. Let's go to a sub layer, and what niches — what core niches — are we actually trying to engage within that particular demographic? [...] Who exactly are we trying to engage?” Iris Chan is a partner at Digital Luxury Group, which assists global clients with their digital presence and activities in the Mainland China market. Chan has over 12 years of marketing experience in agencies and consultancies in North America and Asia Pacific markets, specialising in luxury consumer behaviour and working closely with brands including Richemont and Ralph Lauren. “Whether it be Weibo, Douyin, WeChat, TMall, Bilibili, any of these — and there's still so many more beyond that — a lot of it is interconnected: cross-platform inter connections and redirections, so consumers can have a very unique experience and brands can take them on different types of journeys.” Jerry Clode is the founder of The Solution Consultancy, which assists brands in navigating the Chinese market. The former head of digital and social insight at Shanghai's Resonance, Clode launched The Solution Consultancy to help brands understand the consumer mindset and markets of Asian and emerging markets, specifically in China and rapidly expanding digital culture. “Luxury consumption in China is inherently social. So, to have a relationship with a brand means knowing it to a level where I could confidently introduce it to my friends and to my wider group of contacts.” Patrice Nordey is managing partner of Fabernovel Asia — an agency that helps businesses expand into Asia and partner with the largest digital players in China, such as Alibaba. Nordey is an economist who specialises in disruptive innovation, new technologies and digital transformation, with 14 years' experience within the Chinese market. “A normal brand should deliver hundreds of videos per month to be able to sustain its presence and visibility. In this equation, content creators and KOLs, video streamers, become the key strategic partners for brands to convert users into customers.” Follow the series to ensure you never miss an episode and discover actionable insights into the opportunities and challenges a redefined industry will bring and how luxury's transformation will impact your business.

The Tim Ferriss Show
#526: B. Jeffrey Madoff — Dealmaking, The Hidden Persuaders, Working with Ralph Lauren, and Finding the Secret to Life in the Mojave Desert

The Tim Ferriss Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 105:31


B. Jeffrey Madoff — Dealmaking, The Hidden Persuaders, Working with Ralph Lauren, and Finding the Secret to Life in the Mojave Desert | Brought to you by Public Goods high-quality everyday essentials, LinkedIn Jobs recruitment platform with 750M users, and ExpressVPN virtual private network service. More on all three below.Jeffrey Madoff (@madoffproductions) began his career in fashion, becoming one of the top 10 designers in the US before switching careers to film and video production. He has directed award-winning commercials, documentaries, and web content for clients around the world, including Ralph Lauren, Victoria's Secret, and Tiffany.His book, which is based on the class he teaches at Parsons School of Design, is Creative Careers: Making a Living with Your Ideas.He has been a featured speaker at Wharton School, Princeton University, NYU Steinhardt, Google Next, Barclays' Rise and Verizon on the topics of creating a brand and creativity. He works with private equity firms and investment banks, such as Lazard, to create the brand story for companies that are being sold or startups looking to attract investment.Madoff is also a playwright and theater producer. His play Personality: The Lloyd Price Musical, based on the life of the titular Rock and Roll Hall of Fame legend, will have its world premiere in March of 2022 at People's Light theater in Malvern, Pennsylvania.He graduated with honors from the University of Wisconsin with degrees in philosophy and psychology. He was also on the wrestling team, which, combined with his academic studies, prepared him for a life in the film business.Please enjoy!This episode is brought to you by Public Goods! Public Goods is the one-stop shop for sustainable, high-quality, everyday essentials made from clean ingredients at an affordable price. 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