EP10: Eastern Ritual, Relating to Donna Karan and Transforming in the Age of Aquarius with Barbara Biziou
Kindness Think Tank
For EP10, I travel (virtually) to the West Village of NYC, where it's Springtime, to kind-meld with the super soulful Barbara Biziou: Personal Transformation & Vision Coach, corporate veteran and 21st century healer. She talks with me about secret openings at Barney's, the request she got from Carnie Wilson, why Donna Karan made her more relatable, the power of rituals and the hope, healing and transformational opportunities that we have in the Age of Aquarius. Barbara's WebsiteConnect with Barbara on LinkedInJoin her Wednesday night live streams on Instagram @barbarabiziouDaryl Roth Theatre
Season 5: Episode 7 "I Love You, Donna Karan: Part 1"
The Feeny Call
Another two-parter this week as we dive into Shawn and his artistic side. And of course, we are SO excited to be seeing more of Angela! Meghan and Skylar discuss quite a few goofs in the B-plot, Angela's emotional maturity, and a surprising unanimous MVP for the fourth week in a row. Thank you guys so much for listening, and we'll see you next week for part 2! In the meantime, find us on Instagram (@thefeenycallpodcast), Facebook and Twitter (@feenycall). Send us an email (email@example.com), or leave us a voicemail that could be featured on the show!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-feeny-call/support
Hello Class! It's finally time to introduce our new student, Angela! Join Alden and Tawnya as we discuss Angela's first real introduction, Eric's imaginary Feeny, Jack's crisis of faith and Starburst Gum. The only gum that tastes like Starburst for half an hour!
My Mentor, Patti Cohen, On The Story of How She Helped Build Donna Karan & DKNY Into a Global Powerhouse, and How To Be A (ROCKSTAR) Leader
LEAVE YOUR MARK
Patti Cohen is my mentor. As employee #1 at Donna Karan International, she was the former EVP of Global Marketing and Communications and is hugely responsible for creating these powerhouse brands. Patti is the epitome of what a leader should be. Over her 30 plus years at Donna Karan, she helped start and build it all — an extraordinary marketer who had a vision for the brands beyond what anyone had ever seen. Everything I know, I have learned from her. Without her, I would not be where I am today. *** This episode of LEAVE YOUR MARK is brought to you by one of my all-time favorite brands, Stuart Weitzman! Stuart Weitzman shoes are designed for high fashion and high function. Known for over 35 years for its artisanal Spanish craftsmanship and precisely engineered fit, the luxury footwear brand inspires women around the world to shine with confidence with every step. Stuart Weitzman has always been my go-to footwear brand for when I have things to do but want to look and feel great. I love my heels, but comfort is key. Plus, I know I'm always on trend without even giving my shoes a second thought. Your next pair of fabulous shoes await you. Use LEAVEYOURMARK15 to enjoy 15% off full-priced styles on stuartweitzman.com. Some exclusions may apply.
Nicknamed the Queen of Seventh Avenue, she's the fashion designer behind DKNY. Now, Donna Karan is designing something new: a better experience for hospital patients. Donna joins Dr. Oz to talk about her career in fashion, her Urban Zen Foundation initiatives, and how she thinks medical care needs to change. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
92: Donna Karan – How to Create a Career in Fashion
"I wanted to sing like Barbra Streisand and dance like Martha Graham."- Donna KaranHey guys, welcome back to ONKEN RADIO, the podcast where we explore the body, mind, and soul of the creative entrepreneur. It’s my goal to help you take your creativity, business, and life to the next level. I’m so glad you’re joining me on this journey!What does it mean to be a purpose-driven artist? How can you blend your values and passions together into a career that leaves a mark on the world?For us as creative entrepreneurs, those questions are always at the center of our hearts and minds. I know I want my work to reflect my creativity as well as the ideas I care about, so I’m always looking for ways to do that.My guest today has spent her life building a career around a desire to create an impact in the lives touched by her work. Her name is Donna Karan, and she lives at the absolute top of the fashion world. Donna has been working in fashion design for decades, but it’s her passion for philanthropy that continues to drive her.“I wanted to create a community of consciousness and change. And I had this vision of really dressing and addressing people [and] creating a community where people come together to create change in healthcare, education, and culture.”- Donna KaranDonna believes in the power of her art to create opportunities for people to live better lives. She’s an incredible force for good in this world, and I’m excited to have her on the show. Let’s get started.Who Is Donna Karan?Donna Karan, “the Queen of Seventh Avenue,” is a global fashion icon. She’s the owner of the fashion companies Donna Karan and DKNY as well as Urban Zen — a lifestyle designed by Karan to offer an outlet for artisans and creators from around the world to sell their products and create social impact — but we’ll talk more about that later.Donna claims that fashion and design were always in her blood — she was born on Seventh Avenue, after all — but her career began when she attended the Parsons School of Design in New York City. There, she began to hone her talent and skill for drawing and design, and that led her to a job working for Anne Klein.Eventually, two significant events happened at the same time: Unfortunately, the great Anne Klein passed away on the same day Donna Karan had her first child, a daughter. But a large collection was due, and Donna rose to the occasion. She produced a beautiful collection of clothes, one thing led to the next, and eventually, she built her own fashion empire.Donna has spent years designing beautiful clothes for modern women, but today her passion lies in social impact. She has contributed to numerous philanthropic organizations, and she’s passionate about providing not only money but opportunities for people to grow their own businesses.Beyond being a fashion magnate and passionate philanthropist, Donna Karan is officially an accomplished author. Her book My Journey is a reflection on her life and a beautiful testament to a creative life. Trust me — you’re going to want to read it after this interview.Donna Karan is such an inspiration to me. She knows what it takes to build a life around your art, and she knows how to synthesize artistry, business, philanthropy, and a holistic and aligned mindset into a beautiful, full life. In that way, she’s the ultimate Creative Alchemist. She shared a lot of wisdom with me today, and I know you’re going to learn a lot from this episode. So without further ado, let’s dive in.Creating a Holistic Life by Finding Your ZenAs a creative entrepreneur, it’s essential that you’re tapping into your inner creativity every day. That means taking time for yourself to get into a good headspace for your creative work.But there are a ton of ways to do that. I talked to Donna about some of the most important things she’s done to grow and build a holistic life that facilitates her creativity, and she described some really beautiful practice...