In episode seventy one of the Glow Journal podcast, host Gemma Watts talks to the co founder of Milk Makeup, Zanna Roberts Rassi.Zanna’s very first job was as a model, after her boyfriend at the time secretly entered her into a modelling competition. While it was never really her passion, Zanna explains that it did open her eyes to the number of roles that existed (and still exist) behind the scenes. She spent most of her time on set asking questions of those around her- so it’s no surprise that the job she eventually moved into was that of a journalist. It was while having her makeup done on set that Zanna realised she wanted to be part of the story telling of beauty, so she made herself known to the Beauty Editor of the magazine for which she was modelling and secured herself an internship. In time, Zanna became a Beauty Assistant and eventually Beauty Editor at Marie Claire magazine, during which time she met her now husband, Mazdack Rassi, co-founder of Milk Studios. Zanna then moved from London to New York and was soon asked to host a fashion segment on the Today Show. That segment became a launchpad for her television career, with Zanna now serving as E!’s style correspondent, a Today Show contributor and, previously, as a guest judge and mentor on Project Runway All Stars. It was in around 2013 that Zanna, her husband and their soon-to-be Milk co-founders Georgie Greville and Dianna Ruth began to conceptualise what would eventually become Milk Makeup, craving easy, fun, multi-tasking makeup. They launched in 2016 with 85 products, and today Milk Makeup is available to consumers in over 130 countries. In this conversation, Zanna shares why Milk are intent on creating products that have never been seen before, the story of her stint as an undercover makeup artist at Paris Fashion Week, and why her first real encounter with beauty was reminiscent of, in her words, “advanced hypothermia.” Read more at glowjournal.comFollow Milk Makeup on Instagram at @milkmakeup.Follow Zanna Roberts Rassi on Instagram at @zannarassiStay up to date with Gemma on Instagram at @gemkwatts and @glow.journal, or get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ep 69. Zanna Roberts Rassi: Journalist + Stylist, TV Host, + Co-Founder of Milk Makeup
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The Beauty Of Fashion. Zanna Roberts Rassi grew up influenced by the music of Manchester, and by sisters obsessed with style. The New York-based, Emmy award-winning fashion and beauty journalist, stylist, television host, and co-founder of Milk Makeup is a highly recognized expert of fashion and beauty. Zanna has an innate on-the-pulse vision and mentality that can be attributed to her many years of experience at magazines and in editorial. But it’s her 360 approach and high-low sensibility for fashion coupled with her refined sense of style and next-level network of design insiders that keeps her a cut above the rest when it comes to delivering as an on-air tv fashion host + personality for E!, Rachel Ray, and countless others…ever since she hit the scene. As one of four co founders of the ultra modern, innovative, clean, and sought after beauty brand Milk Makeup, she is also match-made-in-heaven-tasked with representing them internationally on television, in the media, and at events. On this podcast we discuss how Zanna began in the magazine business, her most impactful influences, her work with everyone’s favorite retail resource, Target, what makes for a good editor and great tv host, the behind the scenes of hosting, and the evolution of Milk as a brand and her inspiring collaborators, what's involved in building a beauty brand, what's next for Milk Makeup, and of course a Milk product deep-dive. She shares her opinion on who’s hot in Hollywood from a style perspective, the details of her own personal style, current favorite things, and more. Discover and shop them here:1. Sunshine Skin Tint Clean SPF 30 Foundation by Milk Makeuphttps://rstyle.me/+MO6BqE-lD17Iapr4fLP8Gg2. Vegan Milk Cleanser by Milk Makeuphttps://rstyle.me/+8NsTwkDQ09RxEcmCNuPnJQ3. Electric Glossy Lip Plumper by Milk Makeuphttps://rstyle.me/+Yu5pj6NYdsBveh8lDzw1Lw4. Off the Grid Tote Bag by Gucci https://rstyle.me/+Tuesu9ZGcXK67DdPgXCK4w5. Arizona Shearling Slide Sandal by Birkenstocks https://rstyle.me/+SfaBHUZ19X9Jkdze9GgMnQ6. Haircare by Christophe Robin https://rstyle.me/+U0cncHm86Dog7OZd5AfGUg7. Denim by Frame https://rstyle.me/+FslJcaaFSdS-umHwXIqblw8. Day to day pieces from Targethttps://rstyle.me/+jYimZMZqF97jT9DdQz5y0Q9. Watching I Hate Suzie https://www.hbomax.com/series/urn:hbo:series:GX6MziQh41pYSwwEAAAK4
Zanna Roberts Rassi: Milk Makeup Co-Founder, E! News Fashion Correspondent
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Zanna Roberts Rassi is an Emmy award-winning fashion and beauty journalist, stylist, television host, and co-founder of Milk Makeup. She is currently the Fashion-Editor-at-Large for Marie Claire, and an E! News fashion correspondent, who we're sure is no stranger to your television screen, interviewing the stars at the Oscars, Golden Globes, Grammys, Met Gala and Emmy Awards and NYFW. She is truly a master of all trades - she’s been a mentor, judge, stylist, and host on such shows as Project Runway All Stars, Glam Masters, E! news and her mini series, Commuter Beauty, which garnered millions of views on Instagram of her on-the-go, applying products from her cult-favorite beauty brand. In this episode, Zanna tells us about her rise as an entertainment journalist and the best tips she has for nailing thte interview. She also tells us about the founding of Milk Makeup, alongside her husband, it’s climb to a #1 seller at Sephora, and how’s its fun, utilitarian nature was inspired by their adorable twin daughters and for moms on-the-go. Checkout Milk Makeup here https://www.milkmakeup.com/ Follow Zanna here https://www.instagram.com/zannarassi/ Produced by Dear Media
You probably know Zanna Roberts Rassi from the red carpet as an E! News fashion correspondent. But she’s also a stylist, journalist, mom to twin girls, and co-founder of the wildly popular vegan, paraben-free, and cruelty-free beauty brand, Milk Makeup—and so much more. This week, Zanna joins Bobbi to talk about her journey in the fashion and beauty industries, the story behind Milk Makeup, and what it’s really like to be in business with your husband. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Co-founder of Milk Makeup and sryle correspondant for E!, none other than Zanna Roberts Rassi is here to talk about what fashion looks like during a pandemic. From the Emmy's to New York Fashion Week, how successfully is everyone pulling off such complex shows? Luckily, so far it seems like they're all doing it in style! Thanks to this week's sponsors! Tushy - Go to hellotushy.com/brad to get 10% off your order and free shipping. Best Fiends - Download Best Fiends for free in the apple app store or on google play.
Jill and Carlene take New York City! In today’s episode, we sit down with Zanna Roberts Rassi, Milk Makeup co-founder and fashion-editor-at-large for Marie Claire. You may recognize Zanna in her role as E! News fashion correspondent, where she reports straight from the red carpet — or perhaps you’ve tuned into one of her viral videos with the hashtag #CommuterBeautyWithZanna. We’re tracing the origin story behind Milk Makeup, the cool, vegan beauty brand built for Generation Z. Find out how a high fashion photo studio in NYC’s Meatpacking District served as the ultimate inspiration behind all of the products, from the best-selling Milk Makeup KUSH Mascara – the first to tout cannabis sativa seed oil in makeup – to the Insta-worthy lucite packaging, to the Milk Makeup Hydro Grip Primer that finally converted Carlene to using a primer! Tune in as Zanna spills the details on Milk Makeup’s latest venture into the world of skincare, with its first ever moisturizer and cleanser. Then, we discover the greatest red carpet beauty tip she’s ever received (including the celebrity who whispered the secret!), the most treasured fashion item in her glitzy closet, and finally, after having appeared as a guest judge on Glam Masters and Project Runway All-Stars, anyone got any guesses on which t.v. show Zanna will appear on next? Get social with us and let us know what you think of the episode! Find us on Instagram, Twitter, Join our private Facebook group , or give us a call and leave us a voicemail at 1-844-227-0302. For any products or links mentioned in this episode, check out our blog: www.breakingbeautypodcast.com/blog *Disclaimer: Unless otherwise stated, all products reviewed are gratis media samples submitted for editorial consideration.* Hosts: Carlene Higgins and Jill Dunn Theme song, used with permission: Cherry Bomb by Saya Produced by Dear Media.
Ep 135: Oscars Recap + Red Carpet Thoughts with Zanna Roberts Rassi
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It's a sad truth, but the 2019/2020 awards season has finally come to a close, and it truly didn’t disappoint. Emma, Julie, and Isabel are here to break down everything from last night’s Oscars, from beginning to end. They cover the best (and some not-so-great) fashion looks, viral red carpet moments, highlights of the show, the night’s big winners, the epic after-party content, and everything you may have missed on social media. They are then joined by E! News Style Correspondent and co-founder of Milk Makeup, Zanna Roberts Rassi, to get her take on some of the show-stopping fashions of the evening and what it was like to be there live in person. Award season, we're sad to see you go. Catch Zanna Roberts Rassi on “E! News” at 7am ET/PT, “Pop of the Morning” at 11am ET/PT, and livestreaming on @enews’ Twitter for the latest in Oscars and NYFW coverage. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
S2. Ep3: Zanna Roberts Rassi. Co-founder Milk Makeup
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This week we speak to the amazing Zanna Roberts Rassi co-founder of Milk Makeup. We chat to her about how she got started in the beauty and fashion industry, what it's like to report from the Oscars every year and how she set up Milk Makeup with her husband. We also take a rummage through her makeup bag. To see and shop the products, make sure you're listen on the podcast app Entale.