Fashion Reimagined. On this episode we are joined by Becky Hutner, Becky Hutner is a Toronto-born filmmaker with work spanning documentaries, television and digital content. For the past three years, she has been documenting fashion and culture for London-based DUCK Productions, interviewing and collaborating with such luminaries as Cate Blanchett, Stella McCartney, Vivienne Westwood, Adwoa Aboah and Valentino and producing commercial work for Manolo Blahnik, Marks and Spencer and the Business of Fashion.Please support the Mark and Me Podcast via Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/Markandme or you can buy me a coffee here: https://ko-fi.com/markandme or you can even treat yourself to a badge or sticker over at my store here: https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/MarkandMeStoreThe Mark and Me podcast is proudly sponsored by Richer Sounds.Visit richersounds.com now to shop for all your hi-fi, home cinema and TV solutions. Also, don't forget to join their VIP club for FREE with just your email address to receive a great range of fantastic privileges.
Pip Pip Cheerio! The ladies are discussing all things British this week. Topics include: Sam Smith on And Just Like That, Ariana DeBose's BAFTA rap, the upcycle queens of the red carpet, You Season Four, the Britspolitation genre, the Harry & Meghan South Park Episode, Vivienne Westwood's Memorial, London Fashion Week, AND SO MUCH MORE!Show NotesSee the BAFTAs Red CarpetSee Vera Wang's InstagramSee Vivienne Westwood's MemorialFashion Shows (Note: the Vogue Runway App isn't paywalled)BurberryRichard QuinnJW AndersonChristopher KaneMowalowaDilara FindikogluSimone RochaBuy Richard Quinn's Mac Collection See JW Anderson's Cat Paw MuleThis week's episode is brought to you by Blueland. Right now, you can get 20% off your first order when you go to Blueland.com/Outfit!As well as, Kitsch. Kitsch is offering you 30% off your entire order when you go to Kitsch.com/OutfitAnd, Nutrafol. Enter the promo code OUTFIT to save FIFTEEN DOLLARS off your first month's subscription.
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In this episode Cally talks to broadcaster and writer Kirsty Wark about Margaret Thatcher, Vivienne Westwood, the island of Arran, pregnancy, wild weeing, sleeper trains, snoring, fears, shopping, empty nest, menopause, novel writing, love language, cocktails, female role models and the Queen's funeral. Twitter: @KirstyWark Instagram: @kirsty_wark_ Kirsty's books Fortunately podcast with Kirsty as guest La Fetiche clothing More about Cally Instagram: @callybeatoncomedian Twitter: @callybeaton Produced by Mike Hanson for Pod People Productions Instagram: @podpeopleuk Music by Jake Yapp Cover art by Jaijo Sales & advertising: firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Fitting Room with Brooke & Pechuga
This week our hosts celebrate the legacy of the late Dame Vivienne Westwood, "the fashion designer's designer." Johnny reads from his memorial tribute that he published in Dazed Magazine, and Brooke leads us through a quick-study by interviewing our very own Westwood head (Johnny, of course) on the amazing life and designs of the dame.
We're bringing the punk spirit to our climate activism in 2023! Elise brings us through the rebellious history of fashion icon Vivienne Westwood and the politics of punk. Then Olivia covers David Byrne's journey from new wave icon to bike enthusiast to climate optimist. Other topics include psychogeography, the seduction of pessimism, and (not) being the only person with a plan. Subscribe/follow/press the button to keep up with new episodes every Wednesday! You can also follow us @worldisburnin on Instagram and Twitter, and check out our website worldisburning.com for extended show notes including sources and photos. World Is Burning is hosted by Olivia Hamilton and Elise Nye. Our theme music is by Kaycie Satterfield, and our logo was made by Sonja Katanic. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/worldisburning/message
On this episode of the Banned Biographies podcast your host, Tom Austin-Morgan, lets you know what's been going on since the last TWO episodes and what you can expect from the next one. Firstly, I'd like to thank Zach Blair again very much for giving up some of his precious time to talk to me at the end of last year, it was so nice to meet him and find out he was just a regular, nice dude who enjoys chatting music. But, I released a sneaky extra episode this month, didn't I? I'd been wanting to talk to Laurie Black since I saw her support Adam Ant at the end of last Summer. Thanks to photographer Max Caine we reconnected and recorded that great conversation you heard a couple of weeks ago. Australian listeners, you still have time to get yourselves to a show at the Adelaide and Melbourne fringe festivals to go and see what she's all about. I urge you to go and see her, you won't be disappointed. It's been a really great month for interaction and I'm really glad you all feel passionate enough about music and have been encouraged to get in touch with me. I love a good natter about music, so please do stay in touch and, if you've not got in touch via social media or email then please do, and do go and leave me a five star rating and more importantly a review on Apple Podcasts. News this month concerns Terry Hall, Vivienne Westwood, The Punk Rock Museum, Steve Ignorant, Public Image Limited representing Ireland at Eurovision, Billy Idol, The Damned, The Real McKenzies, NOFX, Sleaford Mods, Danzig, Fall Out Boy, Bouncing Souls, Pantera being removed from European shows, Flogging Molly, The Meffs, Tom Verlaine, Pussy Riot, Siouxsie Sioux, Ozzy Osbourne and more. Single reviews include Invisible Man by The Damned, Bosh! by Death Of Guitar Pop, C'est Comme Ca by Paramore, What If Punk Never Happened II by The King Blues, UK GRIM by Sleaford ModsStruggle by The Lathums, and Midnight Ferry by Grade 2 Albums reviewed are Every Loser by Iggy Pop, LIES THEY TELL OUR CHILDREN by Anti-Flag, Uncertain Joys by The Subways, Make The Most Of It by New Found Glory, and Lobes by We Are Scientists Merch: https://my-store-cfdac5.creator-spring.com Contact Twitter: @BannedBiogs Facebook: @BannedBiographies Instagram: @bannedbiographies E-mail: email@example.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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The Sex Pistols were one of the most controversial music acts of all time. They spat at, swore at and ripped up the establishment causing a moral outcry in the UK. Today I'm joined by founding member Glen Matlock to reflect on the sad passing of Vivienne Westwood, talk about the Sex Pistols, those crazy early days, leaving the band, the awkwardness of the reunion, his unhappiness at last years TV show, his famous one-off gig with Sid Vicious, working with The Faces and Ronnie Wood, Blondie, Midge Ure and his new album Consequences Coming. It's a fascinating chat with a man who's worked with so many incredible artists from the world of music. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to another deep-dive fashion history episode, where we will be learning all about the late Vivienne Westwood. Vivienne was a pioneer in fashion and truly did what she wanted how she wanted. She was an advocate for human rights and various social movements and always stayed true to herself within her designs. *All information was gathered by using Youtube videos and google images and searches Sign up for our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thriftersvilla Want to support Thrifters Villa without a monthly reoccurring fee? Buy us a coffee! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/thriftersvilla Jenn's Poshmark Closet: https://poshmark.com/closet/savvyoutfitter Daniela's Poshmark Closet: https://poshmark.com/closet/ivynblush Follow us on Instagram: Daniela: https://www.instagram.com/ivynblush Jenn: https://www.instagram.com/thesavvyoutfitter/ Thrifters Villa: https://www.instagram.com/thriftersvilla --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thriftersvilla/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thriftersvilla/support
Dressed: The History of Fashion
In part two of our examination of Vivienne Westwood's career, Alexander Fury joins us to discuss Westwood's transition from the world of sub-cultural style to the high fashion runway, her obsession with fashion history and details many of her groundbreaking fashion 'firsts.' RECOMMENDED READING: Fury, Alexander. Vivienne Westwood: Catwalk. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2021. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dressed: The History of Fashion
In late December 2022, fashion lost one of its greats. In part one of this two-part episode, Alexander Fury joins us to explore the life and career of Vivienne Westwood from her early years as a kindergarten teacher in the 1960s to her surprising about-face to become one of the defining creative voices in the UK punk scene during the 1970s. RECOMMENDED READING: Fury, Alexander. Vivienne Westwood: Catwalk. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2021. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dansplaining: The Danny Lomas Podcast
The man who broke 1000 hearts, wait, I mean washing machines. James aka Stain Shade joins us this week to talk about how he turned a hobby into a fully-fledged business, working with brands like Converse, Liam Hodges, and Boiler Room. Stain Shade has been the go-to brand for all your tie-dye needs over the last few years but we go a little further to James' days at Vivienne Westwood and what it means to work in wholesale. Massive shout out to James for spending the nights before Christmas with us talking rubbish.
2022 vient de s'achever à l'heure où ce texte est écrit. Cette année se termine sur un événement malheureusement marquant pour le monde de la mode en deuil : la disparition de l'unique Vivienne Westwood. Une femme sans pareil, à la personnalité tranchée, à la voix assurée et à la créativité débridée. Une femme véritablement libre, qui n'a jamais transigé avec son idéal, et ce jusqu'à la fin de sa vie. Si le nom de grands couturiers comme YSL, Lagerfeld ou même Jean Paul Gaultier résonnent dans les oreilles de tous, le nom de Westwood est plus insaisissable, moins célèbré, et pourtant ! C'est fort d'une carrière de 50ans que la Dame punk s'éteint, nous adressant à tous une leçon magistrale sur la liberté, la créativité et surtout le maintien de valeurs esthétiques et politiques à travers le temps. La mode Westwood c'est un élément fondamental de l'histoire du Costume de ces dernières années, elle a profondément marqué les garde-robe de tous et toutes sur deux siècles. C'est unique. Alors sans plus tarder, venez découvrir en détail l'œuvre de cette grande Dame iconoclaste, et vous comprendrez pourquoi son travail a marqué notre époque et ne cesse d'influencer encore aujourd'hui. Rendez vous sur instagram @decousupodcast pour découvrir les visuels de l'épisode !
The Weekly Wrap-Up with J Cleveland Payne
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Vivienne Westwood (1941-2022) was the mother of punk fashion. We give you the quick history lesson you need to fully appreciate how much of an impact she had on today's fashion. Hint: she was the first designer to put a major trend from the last few years on the runway! From outfitting the Sex Pistols to championing for stopping climate change, Vivienne Westwood was an amazing example for how we can all push the envelope a little further in our every day lives. Then we get into a little legal debate sparked by Adidas suing Thom Browne over his "Four Bar Signature" design. We take a look at how both of these companies use the iconic varsity stripes, and muse over whether or not a single company has a right to own such a pervasive design motif. In fact, we take a look a similar case between Marc Jacobs and The Ohio State University who fought over the word "the"! Make sure to let us know in the comments if you think either of these cases has a leg to stand on! Plus, our first week of outfits for the year where we come in hot with some closet resolutions! Verve IG Verve TikTok --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vervepodcast/message
歡迎留言告訴我們你對這一集的想法： https://open.firstory.me/user/cl81kivnk00dn01wffhwxdg2s/comments 每日英語跟讀 Ep.K502: Vivienne Westwood, influential fashion maverick, dies at 81 Vivienne Westwood, an influential fashion maverick who played a key role in the punk movement, died Thursday last week at age 81. 龐克運動關鍵人物、引領風騷的時尚教母薇薇安．魏斯伍德，於上週四去世，享壽81歲。 Westwood's fashion career began in the 1970s when her radical approach to urban street style took the world by storm, but she went on to enjoy a long career highlighted by a string of triumphant runway shows and museum exhibitions. 魏斯伍德的時尚生涯始於1970年代，她激進的城市街頭風格當時風靡全球。之後她仍盛名不墜，一場場成功的時裝秀與博物館展覽即為最佳註腳。 The name Westwood became synonymous with style and attitude even as she shifted focus from year to year, her range vast and her work never predictable. 魏斯伍德這名字成了風格與態度的代名詞，即便她聚焦的重心年年都在轉變，範圍之廣，其作品也總是出人意料。 As her stature grew, she seemed to transcend fashion. The young woman who had scorned the British establishment eventually became one of its leading lights, even as she kept her hair dyed that trademark bright shade of orange. 隨著地位越來越高，她似乎也超越了時尚。這位蔑視英國當權派的年輕女性，最後卻成為其領軍人物之一，儘管她的頭髮一直是染成亮橙色招牌形象。 Andrew Bolton, curator of the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of New York, said Westwood and Sex Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren — her onetime partner — “gave the punk movement a look, a style, and it was so radical it broke from anything in the past.” 紐約大都會博物館服裝藝術部策展人安德魯．波頓表示，魏斯伍德和性手槍樂團經理馬康‧麥拉林——她的前任伴侶——「給了龐克運動一種外觀、一種風格，非常激進，因而打破了過去的任何事物」。 “The ripped shirts, the safety pins, the provocative slogans,” Bolton said. “She introduced postmodernism. It was so influential from the mid-70s. The punk movement has never dissipated — it's become part of our fashion vocabulary. It's mainstream now.” 「破爛的襯衫、別針、挑釁的口號」，波頓說；「她引入了後現代主義。從70年代中期開始，它就很有影響力。龐克運動從未消失——它已成為我們時尚語彙的一部分。現在已是主流」。 Westwood's long career was full of contradictions: She was a lifelong rebel honored several times by Queen Elizabeth II. She dressed like a teenager even in her 60s and became an outspoken advocate of fighting climate change, warning of planetary doom. 魏斯伍德漫長的職業生涯充滿矛盾：她一生都是反叛者，多次受到伊麗莎白二世女王的嘉獎。六十多歲時仍穿得像青少年，她也大力倡導對抗氣候變化，警示地球的毀滅。 In her punk days, Westwood's clothes were often intentionally shocking, but she was able to transition from punk to haute couture without missing a beat, keeping her career going without stooping to self-caricature. 龐克時代的魏斯伍德，她的衣服常刻意驚世駭俗。但魏斯伍德能夠從龐克過渡到高級時裝而不失節奏，讓她的職業生涯得以延續，卻不致自打嘴巴。 “She was always trying to reinvent fashion. Her work is provocative, it's transgressive. It's very much rooted in the English tradition of pastiche and irony and satire. She is very proud of her Englishness, and still she sends it up,” Bolton said.Westwood was self-taught, with no formal fashion training. She told Marie Claire magazine that she learned how to make her own clothes as a teenager by following patterns. When she wanted to sell 1950s-style clothes at her first shop, she found old clothes in markets and took them apart to understand the cut and construction. 「她一直在努力重塑時尚。她的作品挑釁而具有侵略性，在很大程度上根植於英國的模仿、反諷及諷刺傳統。對於自己的英國身份，她感到很自豪，卻仍對它加以嘲諷」，波頓說。 魏斯伍德是自學成才的，並未受過正規的時尚培訓。她告訴《美麗佳人》（Marie Claire）雜誌說，她在十多歲時便學會按圖版製作自己的衣服。她想在她第一家店銷售1950年代風格的衣服時，她在市場找到舊衣，將其拆解，以了解剪裁與結構。 It was also an important step in an ongoing rapprochement between Westwood and the fashion world. The rebel eventually became one of its most celebrated stars, known for reinterpreting opulent dresses from the past and often finding inspiration in 18th-century paintings. 這也是魏斯伍德與時尚界之間持續和解的重要一步。這位反叛者最終成為最著名的明星之一，以重新詮釋過去的華麗禮服而聞名，並經常從18世紀的繪畫中尋求靈感。 But she still found ways to shock: Her 1987 Statue of Liberty corset is remembered as the start of the “underwear as outerwear” trend. 但她仍找到了驚世駭俗的方式：她1987年的自由女神像緊身胸衣令人印象深刻，被認為是「內衣外穿」潮流的開端。Source article: https://www.taipeitimes.com/News/lang/archives/2023/01/03/2003791866 Powered by Firstory Hosting
A trailblazing designer and businesswoman, Vivienne Westwood, passed away at the end of 2022. New York Times fashion editor Vanessa Friedman joins to remember the woman best known for bringing the punk rock aesthetic to high fashion.
The Imbalanced History of Rock and Roll
Back in the Totally Bent News Studios, with all the news you need...it's just bent!-Foo Fighters to ride again in 2023!-The Knighting of Dr. Brian May!-The solo debut of Michael Stipe?-Billy Idol's Hollywood "Star!"-Iron Maiden honored by The Royal Mail!-As The Journey Turns!-Ozzy & Sharon welcome their first grandson & more!We love our sponsors!!! Please visit their web sites, and support them because they make this crazy show go:Boldfoot Socks https://boldfoot.comCrooked Eye Brewery https://crookedeyebrewery.com/Don't forget that you can find all of our episodes, on-demand, for free right here on our web site: https://imbalancedhistory.com/
Matthew Bannister on Pope Benedict XVI, the religious conservative who was the first Pontiff to resign from the job in almost 600 years. Dame Vivienne Westwood (pictured), punk pioneer, high fashion designer and eco warrior. James Caan, the American actor best known for playing Sonny Corleone in The Godfather. Georgia Holt, the singer who enjoyed success late in life thanks to her daughter Cher. Producer: Tim Bano Interviewed guest: Catherine Pepinster Interviewed guest: Ian Kelly Interviewed guest: Laird Borelli-Persson Interviewed guest: David Thomson Interviewed guest: P David Ebersole Archive clips used: YouTube/ Rome Reports.com, Habemus Papam - Uploaded 2012; BBC Radio 4 News 19/04/2005; YouTube, The Regensburg Speech 12/09/2006; BBC Radio 4, Thought for the Day 24/12/2010; BBC News Archive, Pope Benedict XVI announces resignation 11/02/2013; Netflix/ Rideback, The Two Popes (2019); BBC One, The British Fashion Awards 15/10/1991; BBC Radio 4, Desert Island Discs - Vivienne Westwood 28/06/1992; BBC Four, Vivenne Westwood Talks To Kirsty Wark 13/04/2004; BBC One, Wogan with Sue Lawley 11/03/1988; Finished Films, Westwood - Punk, Icon, Activist (2018); BBC One, Wogan In Hollywood - James Caan interview 02/01/1991; Paramount Pictures/ Albert S. Ruddy Productions/ Alfran Productions, The Godfather (1972); Castle Rock Entertainment/ Nelson Entertainment, Misery (1990); Broadway Video/ Conaco/ NBC Studios, Late Night with Conan O'Brien 31/10/2003; New Line Cinema/ Guy Walks into A Bar Productions/ Gold/Miller Productions, Elf (2003); Mann/Caan Productions, Thief (1981); WJZ-TV13 Baltimore 1979; Westinghouse Broadcasting Company/ Mike Douglas Entertainments, Mike Douglas Show 1979; Paramount Domestic TV, Entertainment Tonight 1988.
In this special episode of In The News we are joined by our new co-host, Bernice Harrison, and departing presenter, Conor Pope. If you opted out of scrolling through news stories over Christmas and New Year, here's a round-up of what you may have missed: hospital overcrowding, the deaths of Pelé, Pope Benedict and Vivienne Westwood, misogynist Andrew Tate's arrest, Republican George Santos' car crash TV interview and Rolling Stone's divisive snub of Celine Dion. Presented by Aideen Finnegan. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We are back to cap off 2022 by discussing all the most pressing pop culture topics. We get into: Nepo babies, Avatar, the cursed Katie Holmes dress, Vivienne Westwood, and MORE. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Chewing the Fat with Jeff Fisher
Perspective needed… Mega gets bigger… Toxic Spinach?... Pickle Me says sorry… Police audio porn… PornHub 2022 recap… New Stamps… NFL all about Damar… Franco snub by NFL Network… Ref Lies to fans… Composting bodies… Who Died Today: Anita Pointer 74 / Jeremiah Green 45 / Joseph “Jo Mersa” Marley 31 / Vivienne Westwood 81… Email Chewingthefat@theblaze.com It's worth more… Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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CAP Episode 65 Happy New Year Merch link https://clubambition.store Sponsored by Underdog Promo Code: AMBITION Signup Link: https://play.underdogfantasy.com/p-club-ambition Happy New New Year/Our Party 0:00 Celebrity Deaths To End The Year, RIP BARBARA WALTERS, GANGSTA BOO, FRED WHITE DRUMMER EARTH WIND & FIRE, POPE BENEDICT XVI, VIVIENNE WESTWOOD, PELE 12:45 RIP KEN BLOCK 15:50 Bad Bunny throws a fan's phone away in DR 21:00 Streaming Royalties Raising 2023 35:30 Bills Safety Damar Hamlin Collapses Mid NFL Game 46:50 Lebron James & Others Reacts to Damar Hamlin's Injury 54:35 Jeremy Renner injured 1:04:06 Edward Norton Hulk Ancestors Were Slaves 1:06:00 Marvel Actor Benedict Cumberbatch Dr Strange Slave Reparations 1:08:19 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cambition/support
Happy New Year friends! We're excited to bring you our first news recap of the new year, and in it - we discuss some new laws that have gone into effect. In the market for a new vehicle? Some new incentives may have you considering going electric. Here in NYC, we saw the first legal marijuana recreational dispensary open in the Village. There were quite a few notable losses in just the last week alone: from Soccor legend, Pelé, to Barbara Walters, Pope Benedict XVI, and Vivienne Westwood. We speak about each of their contributions to their respective fields. In money news, some of our favorite billionaires suffered some losses last year, with Elon Musk losing more than anyone - $200 billion. Andrew Tate lost his freedom, but Greta Thunberg won the internet. In your Good News Corner, we talk about strangers upstate who stepped it up to help their neighbors. Follow the show: https://www.instagram.com/giveourtake/https://www.instagram.com/uniqueny_/https://www.instagram.com/wendywildradio/
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Nhà thiết kế thời trang người Anh, Vivienne Westwood qua đời để lại một di sản từ nhạc punk đến phong cách hiệp sĩ của bà trong làng thời trang. Là người tiên phong trong thời trang, bà đã góp phần làm thay đổi hoàn toàn nhận thức về phong cách. Trong cuộc sống, bà cũng là người luôn quan tâm đến các vấn đề chính trị, thời sự và xã hội suốt hành trình sự nghiệp của mình.
Today on News Du Jour, we cover "the blizzard of the century," China's COVID problem, arrest made in Idaho murder case, Andrew Tate arrested, and the passings of Barbara Walters, Vivienne Westwood, and Pope Benedict XVI. — Connect with us: + WEBSITE: www.sugarfreemedia.co + INSTAGRAM: www.instagram.com/sugarfreemedia.co + TIKTOK: www.TikTok.com/@sugarfreemedia BECOME A PATRON: www.patreon.com/sugarfreemedia SHOP MERCH: www.sugarfreemedia.co/shop News Du Jour is a 10-15 minute daily news recap. We strive to relay stories in a calm, approachable way. We cover everything from politics, to art, to business, to celebrity news, and more. Be sure to subscribe so you‘re always up to date! If you enjoy News Du Jour, be sure to leave us a rating/review or share our podcast with friends, family, colleagues, or on social media! You can also always READ the News Du Jour on our website at: https://sugarfreemedia.co/category/news-du-jour/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/newsdujour/support
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Gay homosexuals Nick and Joseph discuss Party Monster - a 2003 American biographical crime drama film written and directed by Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato, starring Macaulay Culkin and Seth Green. Additional topics include: New Year's Eve, Dita Von Teese, Apple Music Replay 2022, Diagnosing Sitcoms & Movies Podcast, the deaths of Pelé, Barbara Walter, Vivienne Westwood, Pope Benedict XVI, and too many films to mention. Want to send them stuff? Fish Jelly PO Box 461752 Los Angeles, CA 90046 Find merch here: https://fishjellyfilmreviews.myspreadshop.com/all Venmo @fishjelly Find them on Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/ragingbells/, https://letterboxd.com/joroyolo/ Nick's Apple Music playlist: https://music.apple.com/us/playlist/lamour-de-nico/pl.u-PDb4zlpsLVrvqE1 Joseph's Apple Music playlist: https://music.apple.com/us/playlist/josephs-vibe/pl.u-6mo448yuBWzNE1 Check them out on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChVV6ezEYnPv9XaLZtUlZdw Nick's IG: ragingbells Joseph's IG: joroyolo --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fish-jelly/support
British fashion designer Vivienne Westwood has died, leaving behind a legacy going from punk to knighthood. - Shuhet në moshën 81 vjeçare, stilistja me famë botërore Vivienne Westwood.
Shuhet në moshën 81 vjeçare, stilistja me famë botërore Vivienne Westwood.
The ladies are back with a remote episode to discuss the most pressing pop culture topics before the year ends. Discussions include: harrowing recording conditions, holiday plans, the New York Magazine nepo baby article, its excellent information design, its (sometimes) bizarre definition of a nepo baby, and the shocking reveal that Lauren is a nepo baby (sorry guys), the death of Vivienne Westwood, attempting to watch Emily in Paris, the last of the Harry and Meghan documentary, AND SO MUCH MORE! Today's episode is brought to you by eharmony. Join eharmony today for 20% off any membership with discount code CHARLOTTE20 at bit.ly/EVERYOUTFITxeharmony.
Pele is regarded by many as football's greatest player. Also: the British fashion designer, Vivienne Westwood, dies aged 81, and did you see all the planets of the solar system in the night sky?
Dame Vivienne Westwood died yesterday at the age of 81 but she has been called the ‘undisputed Queen of British Fashion'. She made her name with her controversial punk and new wave styles in the 1970s and went on to dress some of the biggest stars in fashion. She was well known for her androgynous designs, slogan T-shirts and irreverent attitude towards the establishment and would use her platform later to bring the causes she cared about like climate change to the forefront. Barjis Chohan is a fashion designer in London who got her first break fresh out of college working with Dame Vivienne Westwood The multi Bafta-winning BBC drama Happy Valley returns to our screens on New Year's Day. It's a long awaited third series – the first came out in 2014, and the second in 2016. It centres on police Sergeant Catherine Cawood (pron. Kay-ward) - played by Sarah Lancashire - and her family in West Yorkshire and is the brainchild of writer and director Sally Wainwright, whose other TV credits include Last Tango in Halifax, Scott and Bailey and Gentleman Jack. Krupa speaks to Sally, who is considered to be one of our greatest television dramatists. Hundreds of servicewomen have experienced sexual abuse during their training at The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, according to Salute Her UK. Their figures show that 177 women have sought help for cases spanning more than 20 years. Paula Edwards, CEO of Salute Her UK discusses the ‘toxic culture' of sexual assault in the military. Salute Her UK is the sister charity of Forward Assist - which supports military veterans struggling to adjust to civilian life. It is the only UK gender-specific support service to offer therapy and interventions for survivors of in-service sexual abuse. Even if you don't know her name, you will almost certainly recognise her face. A former supermodel Czechoslovak-born Paulina Porizkova appeared on the covers of numerous top magazines around the world during the 1980s and 1990s, including Vogue, Elle, Harper's Bazaar, Glamour and Cosmopolitan. In 1988 she became one of the highest-paid models in the world as the face of Estee Lauder. She also acted in many movies and TV shows and was on the judging panel on cycle 10 of America's Next Top Model. Her novel, A model Summer, was published in 2007. She has now written a memoir, No Filter: The Good, the Bad, and The beautiful. 2022 marks thirty years since Queen Elizabeth II used the term annus horribilis (worst year) in her Ruby Jubilee speech to describe a personal low point. As we approach the New Year, some of us may, instead of celebrating, be looking back at our own personal annus horribilis. But how do we cope when all the bad news seems to come at once? And after a worst year, how do we feel hopeful for a better one? Emily Dean is a radio host and author of Everybody Died So I Got A Dog. Ella Risbridger is a food writer whose books describe how she found solace from grief and mental illness through the comfort of cooking. They both join Krupa Padhy to discuss how we can cope with the lowest points in life. Presenter: Krupa Padhy Producer: Kirsty Starkey Interviewed Guest: Barjis Chohan Interviewed Guest: Sally Wainwright Interviewed Guest: Paula Edwards Interviewed Guest: Paulina Porizkova Photographer: Jill Greenberg Interviewed Guest: Ella Risbridger Interviewed Guest: Emily Dean
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We're counting down to NYE – chauffeur company Zofeur joins us to look at the logistics of the night. Plus, what Russia banning oil sales to price cap countries means for supply - and prices? We asked Nader Itayim, Middle East Editor at Argus Media. And we had a look with the sad passing of two legends, Pele & Vivienne Westwood.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
British fashion designer Vivienne Westwood has died, leaving behind a legacy going from punk to knighthood. A pioneer in urban fashion who radically changed perceptions in style, she remained politically conscious her entire life.
Bill Handel is accompanied by Jason Middleton, in for Jennifer Jones Lee, for the Early Edition of Handel on the News. The two of them discuss news topics that include: A deputy has been shot and killed in Jurupa Valley, the suspect having an 'extensive' criminal record, Brazilian soccer legend Pelé has passed away at the age of 82, and Vivienne Westwood, influential fashion maverick, has died in London; she was 81.
RIP Vivienne Westwood, the couple who want to buy Wham!'s Last Christmas and Courtney Love's big interview with Marc Maron - PLUS, Brian shares a New Year's themed playlist. SHOW NOTES Songs used in this episode: "God Save the Queen" - Sex Pistols, Last Christmas - WHAM!. "Celebrity Skin" - Hole & Brian's playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5KCvmFrxGgk3qFmVsBme2L?si=4f18fcd6d2844df3 https://www.nytimes.com/2022/12/29/fashion/vivienne-westwood-dead.html https://www.nme.com/en_asia/news/music/couple-raise-50000-to-buy-rights-to-last-christmas-so-they-never-have-to-hear-it-again-3372236 https://variety.com/2022/film/news/courtney-love-fired-fight-club-brad-pitt-kurt-cobain-film-1235475704/
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Sie war immer Avantgarde: Vivienne Westwood schuf das Outfit der Sex Pistols und den Look des Punkrock. Für ihre späteren Catwalk-Kollektionen galt: Chic ist dann am radikalsten, wenn er verschiedene Historien und Kulturen zusammenbringt.Von Sky Nonhoffwww.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, FazitDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
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Pelé, one of the greatest footballers of all time, has died in Brazil at the age of 82, prompting tributes from around the world. Also in the programme: the most hardline government in Israel's history has been sworn in. The coalition, led by Benjamin Netanyahu for a record sixth time as prime minister, includes ultra Orthodox Jewish and nationalist parties; and the British fashion designer Vivienne Westwood - a key figure in the rebellious punk movement of the 1970s - has died in London. (Photo: Pelé, the Brazilian football legend, seen here during a visit to London in his new job as the Brazil Minister for Sport in 1995. Credit: BBC)
Daneh Buahmad is a Dubai-based Saudi fashion designer who launched her label, DANEH, in 2011. She grew up in the Eastern Province in Dhahran, the Saudi Aramco headquarters. Before designing luxury clothes, her career began in IT and interactive media. Her brand creates effortless, luxurious, and comfortable attire that's all about making women feel confident , elevated and just simply good. Her story and immaculate style has been featured in Harper's Bazaar, Marie Claire, and Vogue. And she has dressed the likes of Queen Rania, Mellissa McCarthy and other amazing women.
We're addicted to getting fly. This week, the boys are kicking off their LA run with artist and rapper Zelooperz. Z was gone of the shrooms, but still kind enough to host us in this apartment and studio to talk his shit about why you should never call yourself underrated, getting whooped by his step dad for jacking his clothes, the brands most represented in his closet, cornball red flags that might surprise you, Vivienne Westwood grails, why Danny Brown is the best mentor, his undisputed title as Bruiser Brigade's best-dressed, how his buddy Zack Fox pulled him out of depression, a taste of all the new music we can expect next year, how a whiteboard can change your life, a extreme case of E-40 standom, staying up all night with Earl Sweatshirt, Spotify battles with your boo, the current theme of cunnilingus in his fine art, pulling up to styling gigs with U-Hauls full of heaters, his hilarious reaction when mentioning both Elon Musk and Joe Biden, making no new friends in LA, missing nothing about Detroit, coming up with new TF merch off top in literal seconds and much more on this psychotic and psilocybin-friendly episode of The Only Podcast That Matters™. For more Throwing Fits, check us out on Patreon: www.patreon.com/throwingfits.
The Fitting Room with Brooke & Pechuga
This week, for our last episode of 2022, singer/ songwriter, party enthusiast, and overall fashion girlie Slayyyter joins Brooke & Johnny (and Lucas!) in The Fitting Room for a holiday slay. In uncle Rick & Vivienne Westwood from Pechuga Vintage, Slayyyter muses on her pop girl eras, her love for post-modern furniture, & how the Chateau Marmont inspired her hit song “Daddy as F*ck,”. Moreover, she tells us what she'll be up to in 2023. Make sure to stick around for the TFR Rapid Fire questions, these will be our most shocking ones yet.
"If someone comes to me, and they say, 'Oh, I have a new brand. It's a startup.' First of all, I have to like the person, they have to like me. It's a two way street. And that's the most important thing with anyone in life, not just work. In life, why do we make friends with who we make friends with? They are relationships. And if you connect with someone, magic will happen. If you don't connect with someone, and someone doesn't understand or have the same aesthetic or a similar way of thinking – you have to have something in common with someone. And if you have those qualities, which I look for, honesty and loyalty, and they're genuine, and you just know if you're going to get on with someone or not.”Oberon Sinclair is the CEO and founder of the creative and branding agency, My Young Auntie. Since she founded the company in 1997, Oberon has collaborated with and managed an array of notable clients from the high luxury, art, fashion, food and lifestyle sectors, including Hermès, Vivienne Westwood, Fabergé, the Richemont Group, Jack Spade, ArtForum, Selfridges, Rizzoli Books, Island Records, David Lee Roth, among others. Oberon is known as the Queen of Kale for reviving an interest in the superfood across the world. She's a Founding Member of NeueHouse where she moderates talks.https://myyoungauntie.comwww.instagram.com/myyoungauntieprwww.neuehouse.comwww.creativeprocess.infowww.oneplanetpodcast.orgInstagram @creativeprocesspodcastPhoto: Oberon in conversation with artist and fashion designer Jason Wu at NeueHouse
Oberon Sinclair is the CEO and founder of the creative and branding agency, My Young Auntie. Since she founded the company in 1997, Oberon has collaborated with and managed an array of notable clients from the high luxury, art, fashion, food and lifestyle sectors, including Hermès, Vivienne Westwood, Fabergé, the Richemont Group, Jack Spade, ArtForum, Selfridges, Rizzoli Books, Island Records, David Lee Roth, among others. Oberon is known as the Queen of Kale for reviving an interest in the superfood across the world. She's a Founding Member of NeueHouse where she moderates talks."If someone comes to me, and they say, 'Oh, I have a new brand. It's a startup.' First of all, I have to like the person, they have to like me. It's a two way street. And that's the most important thing with anyone in life, not just work. In life, why do we make friends with who we make friends with? They are relationships. And if you connect with someone, magic will happen. If you don't connect with someone, and someone doesn't understand or have the same aesthetic or a similar way of thinking – you have to have something in common with someone. And if you have those qualities, which I look for, honesty and loyalty, and they're genuine, and you just know if you're going to get on with someone or not.”https://myyoungauntie.comwww.instagram.com/myyoungauntieprwww.neuehouse.comwww.creativeprocess.infowww.oneplanetpodcast.orgInstagram @creativeprocesspodcast
On this episode, Taylor Strecker and Stassi record in person at Stassi's home studio and they discuss the pop culture topics dominating the headlines that they're obsessed with at the moment. They start with Sarah Jessica Parker's tease of the iconic Vivienne Westwood wedding dress while filming "And Just Like That". Next, they talk about all the drama surrounding James Corden being called out. They analyze Prince Harry's new book title "SPARE" and then they dissect the official divorce announcement of Tom Brady and Giselle Bündchen. Finally, they speculate on why Nicola Peltz and Brooklyn Beckham decided to dress as Romeo and Juliet for Halloween.