American designer Isaac Mizrahi talks about his passion for bridge and his mother's warning that "if you don’t play bridge by the time you’re 40, you will have no friends." Plus, he shares his top tip for developing players. But first, we kibitz!Philip Alder on 'Isaac Mizrahi, Bridge-Playing Designer' in the New York TimesIsaac's websiteIsaac on InstagramIsaac on TwitterHello Isaac (on YouTube)Isaac's memoir: I.M. A MemoirSend your bridge stories and comments to email@example.com.Or @sorrypartnerpodcast on Instagram.Or send us a VOICE MESSAGE at www.speakpipe.com/SorryPartnerPodcast (it's FREE!).Please consider supporting the show at Patreon: SORRY, PARTNER/PATREONLooking for some Sorry, Partner SWAG or a gift for a friend? Check out the Sorry, Partner Merch StoreJoin our MAILING LIST here.These links are also available on our website: sorrypartner.comAnd if you have a bridge-playing friend who is not yet listening to podcasts in the car, on walks, or while doing the dishes, why not show them how easy it is -- and start with SORRY, PARTNER on Apple podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you like to listen!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/sorry-partner. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Special Episode: An eclectic universe of design with Isaac Mizrahi
The Accutron Show
The special and last episode of this second season of The Accutron Show is dedicated to design and its multilayered expressions. To speak about it, a real master of transformation and Renaissance man, Isaac Mizrahi. From his career beginning to his business choices, Mizrahi has constantly changed and redefined the meaning and role of a "designer," blending various forms of art within his creations, such as comedy, music, and theater. Tune into this fun, colorful, and entertaining season finale and enjoy the summer break. We will be back soon!Episode Highlights4:09 Design for me is something inborn, I never had to think too much about it, it's always been this kind of obsession. I started in show business, doing female impersonations when I was 8 years old.19:00 When I started my company in 1987 it was meteoric; I had been in business a year and then I had my first show, everybody came and it was all over the magazines. I remember at the same time there I was offered a role in a small play, by a small experimental theater group downtown. I was so torn, I wanted to throw everything away and do the play. 27:55 I have a different take on what integrity means. When I closed the doors in 1998, I thought my products were reaching the wrong end-user. I made the decision that integrity meant something different for me, so I decided to do this collection with Target and create things that could reach everyone with smaller things that everyone could like. Learn more about the Accutron watch here, and follow @AccutronWatch:InstagramTwitterFacebook Subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts and Spotify to hear new episodes as soon as they're released.Follow our hosts on social media:Bill McCuddy: Facebook / TwitterDavid Graver: Instagram / TwitterDavid Graver: Instagram / Twitter
FX’s Better Things: Pamela Adlon in Conversation with Isaac Mizrahi
Join Emmy Award-winning actress and comedian Pamela Adlon, creator and star of FX’s Better Things, for a conversation with Isaac Mizrahi on the fifth and final season of her acclaimed series. Following an actress and divorced mother raising three kids in Los Angeles, Better Things is a heartfelt gem with big ideas about working motherhood, feminism, love and family. The conversation was recorded on April 23, 2022 in front of a live audience at The 92nd Street Y, New York.
It's a WEEK of CHICNESS as Michelle cracks open the cursed board game known as MIAMI and finds a massive iguana causing Melrose Place style drama by the pool. And for the first time in history, Dan is also embroiled in some drama... at the GYM. But when iconic American fashion designer, author, creative director and performer Isaac Mizrahi joins the show, the drama is all out the window as they talk over creative projects during the pandemic, the love hate pull of a Jewish family, finding your tribe and everlasting fashion items and brands. He's an icon!! She has his size 11 flats to prove it. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Why Great Leaders Sacrifice for Company Culture - CEO of Alma, Isaac Mizrahi
Lead the Team (Top 2% of Podcasts)
Start sacrificing for your company culture. Your company culture is ultimately created by what you're willing to say no to. Saying "yes" to the wrong things (or too many things) dilutes and weakens your culture.What opportunities are you willing to decline? What new hires and customers will you avoid?I hosted Isaac Mizrahi, CEO of Alma - an advertising agency whose team hails from 31 different nationalities and created work that’s earned them 23 Cannes Lions and 7 Effie Awards. He shares a powerful principle that he uses to guide his company’s culture.Alma has also been named to Ad Age’s prestigious A-List 6 times this decade and has earned “Agency of the Year”.At the agency, Isaac works with several leading brands including PepsiCo, McDonald’s, Molson Coors, Google, and State Farm.Prior to his position with Alma, he worked as a senior leader with Coca-Cola and Sprint Nextel. Focusing on multicultural marketing for the past 15 years, Isaac is excited by the meaningful growth that 60 million Latinos drive for U.S. businesses. LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/isaacmizrahi/ Company Link: www.almaad.com What You’ll Discover in this Episode:The interesting thing that happens when he’s mistaken for legendary fashion designer, Isaac Mizrahi.Issac’s urgent message for all leaders around multicultural marketing.A powerful question that helps you IMMEDIATELY strengthen your culture.The single principle he uses to guide his company’s culture.How you can use the law of supply and demand to gauge your employee turnover.The one trait he’d instill in every employee… curiosity.A playbook for growing your LinkedIn influence.Quotes:"Leave the door open for new possibilities in your career.""A principle isn't a principle unless it costs you something."-----Connect with the Host, #1 bestselling author Ben FanningSpeaking and Training inquiresSubscribe to my Youtube channelLinkedInInstagramTwitter
Isaac Mizrahi Returns! Madonna Love Triangle, RuPaul, Unzipped + AJLT Review
Hot Takes & Deep Dives
ISAAC MIZRAHI returns for his second appearance! Jess and Isaac discuss why he never attempted drag, his friendship w/ RUPAUL and the idea of him being a permanent judge on DRAG RACE. Isaac also confirms the truth behind the legendary MADONNA - SANDRA BERNHARD - INGRID CASARES break-up, gives his AND JUST LIKE THAT review and discusses the repercussions of his seminal documentary, UNZIPPED. Isaac also discusses his version of “Borderline” and pivoting his career from fashion to a live cabaret act — at Cafe Carlyle this month. IG: @jessxnyc, @hottakesdeepdives, @imisaacmizrahi
ISAAC MIZRAHI (on Madonna & Sandra Bernhard, RHOBH / RHONY Fashion & Current Seasons, Sex And The City Reboot, SJP & More!)
BEHIND THE VELVET ROPE
Isaac Mizrahi steps Behind The Rope. We have to stop meeting like this! Fashion Icon, Performer, Reality TV Star, Housewives Aficionado, Living Legend. Isaac and David get right into it breaking down some of Isaac’s forays in front of the camera such as “Unzipped”, his brilliant before its time Fashion Documentary, and his talk show which hosted a plethora of our fav celebs - Rosie O’Donnell, Belinda Carlisle, Debbie Harry, Queen Madonna, Project Runway All Stars and Bravo's The Fashion Show. Isaac talks about early life in NYC, acquiring his epic Greenwich Village Combo Apt, and the many wild nights out with Gal Pals Madonna and Sandra Bernhard. Of course, we needed all the details about what nights out looked liked for Isaac, Sandy B, and M back in the day. Think Burlesque, one famed East Side hotel, Dinner in Paris with Madonna Security, and Mr. Chow’s with, what else, a side of Naomi Campbell. Being a frequent guest on WWHL, Isaac knows all our fav Housewives. Isaac gives us his hot takes on Housewives fashion, these current seasons of RHONY and RHOBH, the ongoing debate of Dorit vs. Erica Jayne for “best dressed”, the every changing faces of the Housewives, and, being a cabaret star himself, Lu’s classic Countess Cabaret - coming back re-invented to a theater near you soon! Isaac chats about how fashion shows and red carpets have drastically changed over the past year, what he sees for the future of both as well as fashion and what we can expect from the upcoming Anna Wintour’s Met Ball - hosted by Timothée Chalamet and Billie Eilish. We also chat about the Sex In The City revival, the lack of Patricia Field’s involvement, and whether he has heard from BFF SJP about a potential role. Finally, it is June which can only mean one thing - Gay Pride Month and we could not think of a more quintessential gay New Yorker than Mr. Mizrahi to help break it all down. @imisaacmizrahi@behindvelvetrope@davidyontefBONUS EPISODES Available at - https://www.patreon.com/behindthevelvetropeBrought to you by APPLE LEISURE GROUP - https://www.applevacations.com/BTVR ($75 Off Your Stay at Live Aqua in Cancun or Punta Cana - Enter Promo Code “SAND75”)Brought to you by CREDIT KARMA - https://www.creditkarma.com/podcast (Or the Credit Karma App) - “Apply With Confidence” TodayMERCH AVAILABLE at - https://www.teepublic.com/stores/behind-the-velvet-rope?ref_id=13198See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices