Clint interviews Supermodel, founder of DAY WON - Activewear https://day-won.com, and avid runner Candice Huffine. This week’s women in business highlight is full-time sculptor working in wood Ariele Alasko http://www.arielealasko.com This week’s artist highlight is Frost with lead vocalist DeAnda Frost with the Track Diamond Eyes. Frost Family website is www.timfrostspeaks.com and Instagram @quaruntim
Candice Huffine is a plus size model that’s graced the cover of Italian Vogue and walked the runway for designers like Christian Siriano during fashion week. She is a powerful force for women in the world, and Candice is advocating for representation that includes diversity and inclusivity of all body types in the the industry! She’s the Founder of DAY/WON, the first fully size-inclusive activewear brand that carries sizes from 0-32 with no exception. DAY/WON's pieces are made sustainably in the U.S. out of recycled materials and produced on demand to leave no waste behind. She’s paving her own way, creating her own normal, and she’s doing it by her own rules! SOCIAL: @sarahgrooms @onthegopodcast @candicehuffine @yourdaywon www.day-won.com SPONSOR: Complimentary month of Obé Fitness with code ONTHEGO www.obefitness.com
Shaping The Future Of Fashion | In Conversation with Candice Huffine & Dima Ayad
Harper’s Bazaar Arabia
Whilst in Dubai to celebrate the launch of her campaign with plus size clothing brand 11 Honre, Bazaar sat down with model Candice Huffine and designer Dima Ayad to chat body positivity, size inclusivity and shaping the future of the fashion industry If you want to be on the podcast get in touch with the girls via Instagram: Milli @millimidwood or Elizabeth @elizabethjaynekelly as we always want to hear from you. We love to hear your thoughts so get in touch and email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or, tweet us your comments @bazaararabia.
Candice Huffine: "I was so against becoming a runner myself out of fear that I watched him transform because of his new lifestyle and this community he was a part of. I still wasn't sold. I was so scared of what I was able to do or could be possible for me that I just waved him goodbye and was like, 'Cool. That's your whole separate thing. This is a whole other life that we wouldn't do together.' But he was a different person and he was happier."Matt Powers: "I could imagine that it was a little intimidating because I was into in. I was went from Friday nights going out and partying to like Saturday mornings, we're going to go out and cheer for runners in Central Park."For our 10th episode, we welcome Candice Huffine and Matt Powers. Get to know this Brooklyn-based couple and hear their story of finding running at different times in their lives. Matt is known in the city for his work with November Project but he is also the co-founder of Shaggy Swag – a subscription box service for dogs. Candice is a fashion model and also the founder of the size-inclusive activewear line called Day Won. We were lucky to catch up with them on what was a rare down night for Candice right at the beginning of New York fashion week. She shares her own journey from feeling a mental block and almost being afraid of running to having it become part of her daily routine. Matt shares how running changed his respective life but has also used it as a tool to connect and motivate others. Hear their story like never before.Follow Matt on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/themattpowers/Follow Candice on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/candicehuffine/---------This is Runners of NYC. A biweekly podcast from CITIUS MAG. Hosts Jeanne Mack and Chris Chavez look to bring you many of the untold stories behind luminaries and legends that make up New York City’s running culture.Runners of NYC is brought to you by CUSTOM PERFORMANCE – They are the best running and sports physical therapy center in New York City with physical therapists that specialize in orthopedic injury treatments and running injury treatments. They also feature performance and recovery services for all runners of all abilities. Follow them at @nycustompt or check out nycustompt.com. We highly recommend them and encourage you to visit them at 295 Madison Ave #1026, New York, NY 10017.Follow the show on Instagram and Twitter: @RunnersOfNYC.Email any comments, feedback or possible sponsorship ideas to email@example.comOur producer is Jon Phillips. Music for the show is by Future Generations. Podcast artwork by Kyle Klosinski. Photography by Jason Suarez.
Candice Huffine: We Have To Break The Cycle Of The Negative Things We Say To Ourselves - R4R 077
The Running for Real Podcast
This internationally renowned fashion model has teamed up with Women’s Running Magazine to found Project Start, a collaborative effort to encourage and inspire women to begin their own running journey. She has also launched a size inclusive clothing line for women, Day-Won. While she is termed a “plus -size” model, Huffine is at the helm of models pushing to expand boundaries for curvy models and to eliminate the label “plus” from the fashion vernacular. Candice is a runner and ran the 2017 NYC Marathon. Today’s Guest Candice Huffine is an internationally renowned fashion model. She became the first plus-size woman to be featured in the Pirelli Calendar, a UK Glamour trade calendar. Her A-list work includes being featured in publications such as CR Fashion Book, Italian Vogue (cover), Vogue, W, V Magazine, i-D and Glamour. She has also recently launched a clothing line for the full size range of active women called Day/Won. What you will learn about: How she is living the dream she had as a little girl, despite the fact that she doesn’t have the typical model body type/size. How being slotted into a role as a plus-model, at age 15, allowed her to grow into being a woman with all the curves of a normal woman, and being positive with her body as it is. It was the impetus to grow into a role as a spokesperson for body acceptance. How the body positivity acceptance move is allowing people to feel they are represented. And how it is becoming more acceptable to let our bodies settle where they are meant to be rather than endlessly trying to lose weight to fit into some pre-conceived mold. How she started running in 2015 when her husband dared her to do a half marathon as a part of their annual discussion of their goals for the next year. She first viewed it as just an impossible and unfair dare, but he was so passionate about it she stopped and listened to his reasons. She was inspired by the positive changes in his life when he first took up running, so something in the dare caught her interest. Her first half marathon (NYC half in 2016) was such a learning experience, as she had never trained more than 8 miles and didn’t know what at all to expect. So she psyched herself completely out. But she then used it as a learning experience to move forward. She learned that not only is she susceptible to a dare, but how competitive she could be with herself. It also taught her how important it was to take time for herself to do things that balance you out, and running has been an outlet for that. It has given her time to be meditative and thoughtful. How she found that the running clothing that was available was so uncomfortable and she spent more time adjusting clothing that just didn’t fit her body properly so she spent a bunch of time tugging at things. She decided to found her own brand, Day/Won, launched in the fall of 2017, that made athletic clothing that really fits a woman’s curves and was inclusive across the entire range of sizes. How she used her own brand to stand for causes she felt were important. Inclusivity, sustainability, etc. From giving back to charities, supporting the LGBT community, using recycled materials, making things in the US, digital printing to avoid water waste, and making things to order to save on waste. Inspirational Quotes: There is always someone listening, being self-deprecating can influence someone and you won’t even realize it. We have to break the cycle of the negative things we say to ourselves. If you commit yourself to a goal, other things you want in your life will fall into place. You have to know it is going to be a slow process but suddenly you start to see the progress you have made and how you have achieved the short term goals that make you proud of what you can accomplish. Run because of how it makes you feel, not how it makes you look. So many women of all sizes are out there doing incredible things, it was time we started dressing them. You stand at the sidelines of a race and see people of all ages, shapes, etc. and it is so inspiring. No one should feel on the outside, you should not have to change to fit in. Explaining and apologizing for our bodies is exhausting and frankly has nothing to do with the bigger picture. Resources: Last week's episode with Dr Rich Willy Tina4Real Podcast Running for Real Superstars Community Support Tina through her Patreon Page Buy a Running for Real T-shirt, Tank, or Hat Candice on Instagram Day-Won on Instagram Ps You Got This on Instagram Candice on Facebook Candice on Twitter Day-Won Clothing Thank you to HOKA ONE ONE and Bodyhealth for sponsoring this episode of Running for Real. HOKA ONE ONE® is a running shoe unlike any other. 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Candice Huffine is a high fashion Model and Designer. She is a wife, a dog mom, a runner and loves encouraging people to be themselves. She is the creator of DAY/WON and Founder of Project Start/PS You Got This. Candice ran both the Boston and NYC Marathon in 2017 and continues to redefine “what a runner’s body” looks like. She does fill us in in this episode that she prefers the half marathon distance to the full marathon! Candice’s work as a plus-size model has inspired people and companies around the world and she’s a big part of the movement to break barriers in the fashion industry so that it doesn’t cater to just the size 2 woman. Sh’e been featured in CR Fashion Book, Italian Vogue (cover), Vogue, W, V Magazine, i-D and Glamour and Women’s Running Magazine. Candice has been a part of New York Fashion Week’s Runway and continues to break stereotypes and send a message of embracing a healthy body image to woman around the world. DAY/WON (Use code “another” for a 10% discount on DAY/WON apparel) Supreme The Last Black Unicorn – Candice Hadish Cold Brew Coffee MakerFollow Candice: Candice on Instagram Candice on Twitter Candice on Facebook Follow Lindsey: Lindsey on Instagram Lindsey on Twitter Lindsey on Facebook Join the I’ll Have Another FACEBOOK Group Support the Show on Patreon Sponsors: Prep Dish (use code “another” for a free two week trial) Casper Mattress Go to Casper.com/HaveAnother and use the code “HaveAnother” to get $50 to use toward select mattresses Four Sigmatic Try Four Sigmatic today and use the discount code “another” to get 15% off your order. The post Episode 120: Candice Huffine appeared first on Lindsey Hein.
Episode 11: Candice Huffine, Model & Founder Day/Won
Candice Huffine has been breaking down barriers for years in the modeling industry. Landing magazine covers from Italian Vogue to Elle, the body positivity advocate never let fear or doubt stop her in her career. When her husband dared her to run a half-marathon at the end of 2015, she was forced to face a different type of challenge, embrace something she absolutely despised, and step outside her comfort zone. In episode 11, Huffine talks about the finish line #hurdlemoment that made her believe that absolutely anything is possible, what it really took to start her own activewear line, and offers empowering, feel-good advice for anyone who has ever questioned their own drive.---@hurdlepodcast@candicehuffine@yourdaywon@psyougotthis--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hurdle/message
#40: Candice Huffine, Model and Founder of "Project Start"
No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis
Candice Huffine is redefining the modeling industry and breaking barriers for plus-size women. Huffine has appeared in high fashion magazines like Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, W and, most recently, on the cover of Elle magazine. She's shot with major fashion photographers like Steven Meisel, starred in positive body image campaigns for Lane Bryant and has become a champion of size diversity. She is also the founder of "Project Start," a running initiative with Women's Running magazine, that encourages and inspires women to start running. In this episode, Huffine reflects on her career, the evolution of the modeling industry, and her advice for anyone overcoming a challenge.Follow Candice Huffine on Instagram and Twitter: @CandiceHuffineFind out more about Project Start: http://bit.ly/2tDK7TAFollow Project Start on Instagram: @psyougotthisLike what we're doing? Leave a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90
11. Candice Huffine, Model, Runner, and Founder of Project Start
Ali on the Run Show
Even if you don’t know her name, you definitely know her face! Candice Huffine is a well-known model, represented by IMG Models, with a seemingly never-ending resumé. She has appeared in the pages of Vogue, W, and Glamour (and on the cover of Vogue Italia), has walked the runways at New York Fashion Week in shows for Christian Siriano, Sophie Theallet, and Prabal Gurung, starred in DNCE’s “Cake by the Ocean” music video, is in Target’s latest TV commercial, and was featured in Lane Bryant’s highly publicized “I’m No Angel” and “Plus is Equal” campaigns. She was also the first plus-size model to appear in the Pirelli Calendar. Candice is also a runner! She ran her first half marathon, the New York City Half Marathon, in 2016, and will be running it again this year to celebrate her one-year racing anniversary. Last year, Candice launched the Project Start initiative on Instagram, encouraging new runners to band together and empower each other. In November 2016, she appeared on the cover of Women’s Running magazine. Candice grew up in Washington, D.C., but now lives in Brooklyn, NY, with her husband, Matt Powers, and their puppy, Jerry Brows. Apologies for Ellie barking in the background at the end. She really wanted to join the discussion about body image! Show Notes 3:30: United Airlines NYC Half: http://www.nyrr.org/races-and-events/2017/united-airlines-nyc-half 5:00: Color Me Rad 5K: http://www.colormerad.com/ 5:30: Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure: http://ww5.komen.org/findarace.aspx 5:50: November Project: http://november-project.com/ 6:00: Follow Candice’s Husband, Matt Powers: https://www.instagram.com/themattpowers/ 8:40: Project Start: http://womensrunning.competitor.com/2016/09/inspiration/project-start-5-runners-stories_65371 37:40: V Magazine editorial from 2010: https://models.com/v-magazine/v-size-2.html, 38:40: Italian Vogue cover: http://www.vogue.it/en/vogue-curvy/seen-in-vogue/2011/06/belle-vere, http://www.vogue.it/en/vogue-curvy/glam-and-curvy/2011/12/candice-huffine 39:50: Pirelli Calendar: http://nymag.com/thecut/2014/11/pirellis-first-plus-size-model-on-tokenism-candice-huffine.html, http://www.refinery29.com/2014/11/78178/pirelli-calendar-2015, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/07/25/candice-huffine-pirelli-calendar_n_5620376.html 43:00: Women’s Running cover: http://nymag.com/thecut/2016/11/candice-huffine-on-the-runners-body-new-running-club.html 48:30: Project Start on FOX5: http://www.fox5ny.com/good-day/215494645-video 1:02:10: Adidas Boost: http://www.adidas.com/us/boost 1:02:30: ENELL sports bras: https://enell.com/ 1:06:45: Jerry Brows: https://www.instagram.com/jerrybrows/ 1:09:45: Candice’s running playlist on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/user/candicehuffpow/playlist/6hAq7BKE0ygB6yHNmAaq55 Follow Candice: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/candicehuffine/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/candicehuffine Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/13850897 Project Start: https://www.instagram.com/psyougotthis/ Follow Ali: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aliontherun1 Twitter: https://twitter.com/aliontherun1 Blog: http://www.aliontherunblog.com/ Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/13333410 Thank you for listening to and supporting the Ali on the Run Show! If you’re enjoying the show, please subscribe and leave a rating and review on iTunes. Spread the run love!