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Sandrine Charles

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Latest 3 Dec 2022 | Updated Daily

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200: Sandrine Charles Joins BGT for Episode 200!!

Black Girls Texting

EPISODE 200!! We can not believe we have gotten this far and we love you all for riding with us and supporting us through all of our ups and downs. Sadly galavanting Glynn is in Spain and did not make this episode but we were blessed to have the legendary Sandrine Charles join the group chat! We talk setting up dating expectations, navigating white work spaces, getting fired, starting your own business, and so much more. Sandrine Charles is the owner of Sandrine Charles Consulting  boutique Public Relations + Consulting Agency. Sandrine has  over 14+ years agency and business experience after leaving her corporate agency Starworks Group. Sandrine also co-founded the Black in Fashion Council with a former BGDS Lindsay Peoples Wagner. Through the Council, the ladies aim to improve the representation and advancement of Black employees in the fashion and beauty industry.⁣ @sandrinecharles @sandrinecharlesconsulting https://www.sandrinecharles.com/ Tap tap tap in! ******* Make sure you’re following your girls on IG @blackgirlstexting, and on Twitter @blackgirlstext1. As always, please rate, comment and subscribe to Black Girls Texting on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts, it’s really important to us as we continue to grow! And if you want to see our lovely faces and WATCH this episode, head to our Youtube run up those views, and please like, comment, subscribe! Want even more?! Go to Blackgirlstexting.com to subscribe to our newsletter and cop some merch! AND Become a Patron at Patreon.com/blackgirlstexting for weekly bonus episodes, access to live events, exclusive merch and more of the group chat!!

1hr 2mins

17 Jun 2022

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Sandrine Charles on Doing the Best You Can

The Freelance Founders Podcast

As freelance founders, one of the things we’re asked most often is the inspiration for our work. For many of us, that drive comes from identifying issues within our industry and feeling an overwhelming urge to create a better environment for ourselves and our peers.Welcome to episode ten of the Freelance Founders podcast. We’re talking to Sandrine Charles, PR specialist, co-founder of Black in Fashion Council, and owner of Sandrine Charles Consulting.Today, Sandrine sits down with us to talk about what sets her apart from other PR agencies, her thoughts on scaling her business, and why she puts so much value on respect and understanding when forming her client relationships.Some Questions asked:Can you tell us about your career path? (00:55)When starting the agency, what do you feel was the most challenging hurdle for you personally, and for the business? (05:47)How do you maintain your network? (10:23)What are some of the requirements that clients need to meet in order to work with you? (12:24)Can you share a little bit more of why you started Black in Fashion Council and what it means to you? (19:56)In This Episode, You Will Learn:What finally pushed Sandrine to go freelance after working with larger companies (01:45)That Sandrine was initially hesitant to start her own agency (07:26)Sandrine’s thoughts on the changing views of inclusivity in the industry (16:43)Sandrine’s hopes for the future of BIFC (22:22)The advice that Sandrine has for brands to do better and take accountability (23:26)Connect with Sandrine:InstagramLinkedInLet’s Connect:WebsiteLinkedinInstagram See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

30mins

19 Apr 2022

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Elevating Black Voices in Fashion & Beauty with Sustainable Change ft. Sandrine Charles, PR Savant

Naked Beauty

When it comes to streetwear, fashion, and beauty PR, Sandrine Charles is absolutely one to watch! After years of experience within the industry, she is finally starting her own agency, Sandrine Charles Consulting. And with Daily Paper, KNC Beauty, and Alife on her client list, it is clear that she’s bringing a number of cool kid brands along for the ride. But that’s not all. In the wake of George Floyd’s death, Sandrine and Teen Vogue’s EIC Lindsay Peoples Wagner were inspired to launch an initiative that will continuously work to ensure that Black people have a seat at the fashion and beauty table. Enter Black in Fashion Council. Tune in to hear about the goals of the new initiative, Sandrine’s personal career journey, and so much more. Enjoy! Links to Products/Resources Mentioned: BEAUTY: Oribe HTC Collection, Cetaphil Daily Cleanser, Cetaphil Eczema Moisturizer, Clean & Clear Astringent, Neutrogena Oil Cleanser, Peter Thomas Roth Cucumber Mask, Apa Beauty Toothbrush, Laura Napier Beauty Cleansing Wipes, CeraVe AM Sunscreen, Supergoop! Unseen Sunscreen, Black Girl SunscreenRESOURCES: Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

45mins

14 Sep 2020

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Olivia Pope My Situation with Sandrine Charles

Throwing Fits

If you’ve learned anything from The Only Podcast That Matters™ it’s that all press is indeed good press, which is exactly why this week the boys are dialing in Sandrine Charles, streetwear’s undisputed queen of PR. Sandrine is straight up blessing the Throw Gang with her valuable time and dropping gems on leverage, cancelling cancel culture, the life of a fixer, the formation and launch of the Black in Fashion Council, bozos who dress like The Great Gatsby, the future of trends, what the hell is going down at the GAP, how to survive a breakup in quarantine, townhouse dreams and much more. For more Throwing Fits, check us out on Patreon: www.patreon.com/throwingfits

2hr 9mins

7 Jul 2020

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Vibe Check #3: Rationalizing Retail Therapy With Sandrine Charles on ‘Vibe Check’

Vibe Check

This week’s guest is Sandrine Charles, a consultant, publicist, and all-around communications expert who has worked with names like Noah, Aime Leon Dore, Kith, and Daily Paper. Sandrine shares some insight for maintaining steady productivity before an unpredictable future and the ever-present influence of e-commerce and retail therapy.Keep your eyes peeled and ears open for ‘The Dropcast’ which will be back on regular programming next week with a special pitchfest. In the meantime, make sure to catch up on the latest episodes of ‘Vibe Check’ where Jian checks in with guests from the Highsnobiety world to provide glimpses into their lives and how they’re adapting to the global coronavirus pandemic.For Sandrine, shopping doesn’t end with clothing — she’s setting aside time and money ($100 at Whole Foods) for fruits and vegetables and getting extra uses out of her Vitamix (7:26). Sandrine is aiming for comfort inside and out by eating healthy, waking up at five o’clock in alignment with her body clock, and dressing herself in presentable but cozy sweatpants. In between work and seven o’clock Zoom calls, she’s checking off her watch list and catching up on shows (9:51).SC: Yes. Yes. Exactly. I’m rewatching that entire series. I watched High Fidelity yesterday. I also watched Grace and Frankie. I watched Friends From College. I’m definitely diving into… Oh, Living Single, the whole series. Family Matters, the whole series, and then a couple of movies. So I’m keeping myself busy in between. And even in the office, we always have something in the background, so I’m keeping it as normal as possible.

11mins

20 Mar 2020

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The Dropcast #103: 'Vibe Check' with Sandrine Charles

Highsnobiety Podcasts

It’s Friday, we’re a week into working from home, but some obligations have yet to settle into our routines. Fortunately, one of the things that have remained regular is our podcast lineup. Host Jian DeLeon is back this episode to introduce ‘Vibe Check’ to our Dropcast listeners. This week’s guest is Sandrine Charles, a consultant, publicist, and all-around communications expert who has worked with names like Noah, Aime Leon Dore, Kith, and Daily Paper. Sandrine shares some insight for maintaining steady productivity before an unpredictable future and the ever-present influence of e-commerce and retail therapy.Keep your eyes peeled and ears open for ‘The Dropcast’ which will be back on regular programming next week with a special pitchfest. In the meantime, make sure to catch up on the latest episodes of ‘Vibe Check’ where Jian checks in with guests from the Highsnobiety world to provide glimpses into their lives and how they’re adapting to the global coronavirus pandemic.For Sandrine, shopping doesn’t end with clothing — she’s setting aside time and money ($100 at Whole Foods) for fruits and vegetables and getting extra uses out of her Vitamix (7:26). Sandrine is aiming for comfort inside and out by eating healthy, waking up at five o’clock in alignment with her body clock, and dressing herself in presentable but cozy sweatpants. In between work and seven o’clock Zoom calls, she’s checking off her watch list and catching up on shows (9:51). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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20 Mar 2020

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The Dropcast #103: 'Vibe Check' with Sandrine Charles

The Dropcast

It’s Friday, we’re a week into working from home, but some obligations have yet to settle into our routines. Fortunately, one of the things that have remained regular is our podcast lineup. Host Jian DeLeon is back this episode to introduce ‘Vibe Check’ to our Dropcast listeners. This week’s guest is Sandrine Charles, a consultant, publicist, and all-around communications expert who has worked with names like Noah, Aime Leon Dore, Kith, and Daily Paper. Sandrine shares some insight for maintaining steady productivity before an unpredictable future and the ever-present influence of e-commerce and retail therapy.Keep your eyes peeled and ears open for ‘The Dropcast’ which will be back on regular programming next week with a special pitchfest. In the meantime, make sure to catch up on the latest episodes of ‘Vibe Check’ where Jian checks in with guests from the Highsnobiety world to provide glimpses into their lives and how they’re adapting to the global coronavirus pandemic.For Sandrine, shopping doesn’t end with clothing — she’s setting aside time and money ($100 at Whole Foods) for fruits and vegetables and getting extra uses out of her Vitamix (7:26). Sandrine is aiming for comfort inside and out by eating healthy, waking up at five o’clock in alignment with her body clock, and dressing herself in presentable but cozy sweatpants. In between work and seven o’clock Zoom calls, she’s checking off her watch list and catching up on shows (9:51). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

12mins

20 Mar 2020

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The Truth About Being a Thriving Black Woman in Fashion (ft. Sandrine Charles)

The Truth Report

Sandrine Charles is one of the leading publicists behind some of the top men's streetwear brands that have launched in the past decade. Known for launching cult brands, Sandrine is laser-focused on getting the job done and creating a legacy. And that means she's often... furious. Listen to our hilarious and refreshing conversation, where she gives new life to the term "fury" as a driving force for her success. Find more of Sandrine at: https://www.instagram.com/sandrinecharles https://www.instagram.com/sandrinecharlesconsulting https://www.sandrinecharles.com

57mins

12 Nov 2019

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Sandrine Charles, Entrepreneur

So...What Do You Do Again?

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55mins

11 Jul 2019

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Episode 7: Sandrine Charles & Andy McCune

The Wael Davis Experience

Have you ever thought about starting your own business? Do you dream about being an Entrepreneur? If the answer is yes, then this is the episode for you! Sandrine Charles CEO and Founder of Sandrine Charles Consulting and Andy McCune Co-Founder of Unfold join Wael in the studio for an inspiring conversation with two of today's most brilliant minds. Break out your note book and pen, because this episode is chock full of gems.

44mins

20 Jun 2019

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