Season 3, episode 2: reversed roles, new Netflix obsessions and Eva Chen’s advice on social media
Ladies who talk
Ladies who talk: Lady V and FL switch roles to take out the dominant features that the other displays usually: Lady V goes into her serious role and FL laughs more. The conversation is still high and low, listen in.
Instagram’s Eva Chen on pushing for more inclusivity in fashion
The Future of Fashion by Vogue Business
In the eighth episode of The Future of Fashion podcast, host Hilary Milnes speaks to Eva Chen, director of fashion partnerships at Instagram, about what the app’s shifting role from social platform to shopping platform means for fashion. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Eva Chen shares 3 2 1 AWESOME! and ROXY THE LAST UNISAURUS REX. Eva’s JUNO VALENTINE series brings forth the world of fashion in an inviting and inclusive way that Eva herself describes as something of a fashion feminist fairy tale. The latest in the Junoverse is 3 2 1 AWESOME!: 20 Fearless Women Who Dared to be Different. Illustrated by Juno Valentine artist Derek Desierto, this book counts down amazing accomplishments by women across the globe in a format that adds up to a whole lot of awe. Eva’s latest book is called ROXY THE LAST UNISAURUS REX. It’s illustrated by Matthew Rivera and in this story Eva embraces biracial representation and feeling like you’re the only one. As Eva shares, “every kid goes through a phase where they’re unsure of themselves or their place in the universe.” Eva Chen is on a mission to make sure that every kid knows that they’re home is right here. You can access even more information about this book and its author by visiting www.matthewcwinner.com/blog. Get a copy of this book and support independent bookstores (and this podcast) by visiting our BookShop Store. Thank you to this week's sponsor: Bookclub (Patreon) Libro.fm And to the generous support from our Patrons.
Zibby talked to Eva Chen, Director of Fashion Partnerships at Instagram, sartorial icon, and author of the most charming children's books. They discussed their dream home libraries, turning to reading for a sense of belonging, and the magic that stories can bring to little ones and grown-ups alike.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Eva Chen, director of fashion partnerships, Instagram: "I think it's really important if you have a door open [to you], keep it propped open."
9 to 5ish with theSkimm
While Eva Chen is known for her loyal following on IG (us included), she’s also known for carving out a career path that’s totally her own. She started off in editorial, and now she straddles the tech and high fashion worlds as the director of fashion partnerships at Instagram. And in case she wasn’t busy enough… she’s also a children’s book author. This week she told us that one of the biggest secrets to her success has been: her network. Because she’s stayed in touch with everyone she worked with. In this episode, Eva shares how she went from being pre-med to being a magazine intern (5:03), her advice for growing your network (11:41), and why failing is okay (25:25). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
5 - Roxy The Last Unisaurus Rex: Interview with Eva Chen
Here Wee Read
In this episode, Charnaie chats with Eva Chen.Eva Chen went from being a former pre-med student to the director of fashion partnerships at Instagram. She’s also a wife, mom and children's book author. Previously she was editor-in-chief of Lucky and beauty and health director at Teen Vogue.Eva’s books include: Roxy the Last Unisaurus Rex, A is for Awesome! 23 Iconic Women Who Changed the World, Juno Valentine and the Magical Shoes, 321 Awesome! 20 Fearless Women Who Dared to be Different and Juno Valentine and the Fantastic Fashion Adventure.Connect with Charnaie online in the following places:Blog: http://hereweeread.comPersonal Website: charnaiegordon.comPodcast Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.orgFind Charnaie on the following social media platforms under the username@hereweeread: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, PinterestFeel free to share this podcast on your social media platforms to help spread the wordto others. Thanks for listening!
In this week’s episode, Jisun and Susan talk about some fresh perspectives around how we can approach Instagram and share more authentically on social media. Come join us as we talk about channeling our inner Eva Chen and connecting deeper with our audience.
Today's guest is one of my most requested — it's Eva Chen! Instagram’s head of fashion partnerships. She's an avid user of Instagram herself with over 1 million followers and works closely with representatives from across the fashion industry to strategise different ways of storytelling on a platform that is becoming absolutely key for fashion labels and retailers.In this episode I chat to Eva about The Instagram Edit pop up shop at Selfridges in London which is open now - I went along after interviewing Eva at Instagram HQ and it was a really fun experience — getting to browse an Instagram feed IRL. The pop-up is a curation of eight loved fashion, jewellery, beauty and homeware brands that were born and built on Instagram — including Amme London, Atelier Stella and The Frankie Shop. As part of this campaign, Instagram has also taken over one of the iconic Selfridges Christmas windows, partnering with a 3D artist Antoni Tudisco.We talk about how Instagram has always been a great place to discover businesses of all sizes and also support smaller independents — after all 90% of people now follow a brand on Instagram.So why not go check out the pop-up? If you can’t get down to Selfridges in person, you can also buy the items featuring in The Edit through the @Selfridges Instagram grid, by tapping on the shopping bag icon on the pictures and videos. I hope you enjoy this conversation with Eva about the future of all things Instagram, why they are trialling hiding 'likes' and Eva's inspiring career backstory.if you liked it please leave a rating/review, it really helps the podcast grow!(ps: this episode was arranged by the team at Instagram, but it is not paid for or sponsored.)See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Welcome back to the B&N podcast. Our guest on today's episode is author, editor, fashion maven, and social media star Eva Chen, who joins us to talk about her latest marvelous book for kids, Juno Valentine and the Fantastic Fashion Adventure. Her career has been nothing short of a fantastic adventure itself, highlighted by her work at Elle and Teen Vogue before she became Lucky magazine's youngest ever editor in chief. She joined the social media platform Instagram in 2015 where she became Head of Fashion Partnerships — and an Insta star in her own right. But she's also a parent, and that experience led her to create picture books starring her young heroine Juno Valentine, whose exploits celebrate self-discovery with a touch of sass and style. Eva Chen joined B&N's Amanda Cecil in our studio to talk about being a late bloomer, literary heroes, and raising readers.