Ep. 17: Devon Lee Carlson x Marc Jacobs, Is Vogue (finally) inspiring again? & office life updates!
Verve- The Style Podcast
Join us this week for our riveting discussions on topics such as... Devon Lee Carlson and her collaboration with Marc Jacobs and our discussion on which brands are winning and losing at appealing to Gen Z Will magazines survive past young Millennials and elder Gen Z or is it destined to go the way of the dinosaur like so many old media forms? Is Patron, Substack, and the email newsletter the way of the future? Vogue FINALLY felt like Vogue again this month after a year of pandemic sludge. But is it enough? Will the September issue deliver now that so many aren't going back to work (again)? Plus our recent purchases to keep AG's skin in tact and my brain from turning to mush. All crammed into one amazing episode with our weekly outfits! Don't miss it! Social Media Handles: @katiegassmann @annagraceaverett @vervepodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vervepodcast/message
On this episode: Rhys and Mark are joined by special guest Kaydia and discuss - Bill Cosby’s Release (8:58), Tiki’s Tokers On Strike (17:35), Lil Nas X BET Performance (22:32), Are Names Important 27:04), Summer Of Sterling (37:27), Does Marriage Change The Dynamics Of A Relationship? (45:48), and much much more...Host: Rhys Waul - Twitter: @Raw_like_me - Instagram: Rawlikeme, Mark Brown - Twitter: @Mister2Drink - Instagram: Mister2Drink - MrOh - Twitter: @MrOhYes - Instagram: Misterohhhhh - Kaydia - Instagram: kaykaysmall - Twitter: @kokosmall18Websiteshttps://different-strokes-podcast.podsite.io/ https://www.mr2dphotography.com/ Www.mroh.co.uk
44: Social Media and Digital Partnerships Manager at Marc Jacobs, Paige Kozak, on content creation, her midwest roots, influencers and more
Raw & Real NYC
This episode I interviewed my co-worker and friend, Paige Kozak - Social Media and Digital Partnerships Manager at Marc Jacobs. Paige tells her story of growing up in the midwest, finding her way to the east coast and working her way towards a corporate position at Marc. If you’re interested in working in the marketing and social media realm in fashion, this is the episode for you. We dissect content creation, personal branding and the importance of relationships in the fashion world. As always, DM us if you have questions and hope you enjoy! To follow: @Paige Kozak @Paige's line @meghancaseyloftus @samijenkins @RawandRealNYC
With Jessica Schreiber CEO & founder of Fabscrap on fashion industry production waste, how to attract investors, what is shoddy and where does Marc Jacobs recycle his fabric waste...
In The Good Company
Such an inspiring conversation Jessica Schreiber who tell us what inspired her to start Fabscrap, what is their mission, what are successes and some of pain points of managing and scaling a non-profit organization. I felt so inspired by hear knowledge and story and hope you will too. Notes form episode: Fabscap: https://fabscrap.org/about Fabscap on Instagram: https://fabscrap.org/about Agendio Planner: https://agendio.com What A Day Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/what-a-day/id1483692776 "All we can save" (many authors) https://www.allwecansave.earth--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/inthegoodcompany/support
"Conscious Coupling" with Marc Jacobs and Char Defrancesco
The Endless Honeymoon Podcast
This week Moshe and Natasha are joined by Marc Jacobs and Char Defrancesco! They discuss pandemic fashion, Fran Lebowitz, and Marc and Char’s insane wedding. Then they give advice to one caller who uses insults as an argument tactic and another who has a different view than her boyfriend on children. Submit your deepest secrets to the Endless Honeymoon Secrets Hotline: (213) 222-8608 and ask Natasha and Moshe for relationship advice: firstname.lastname@example.org. Donate to the Surfrider Foundation and get a cool towel here: http://endlesshoneymoonpod.com/shopSubscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/endlesshoneymoon?sub_confirmation=1Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/endlesshoneymoonpod/ This week's episode is brought to you by Bruush (enter code HONEYMOON), Outstanding Foods, Beekeepers Naturals, Native (use code HONEYMOON), and Dame! LINKS:OutstandingFoods.com/HONEYMOONBeekeepersNaturals.com/HONEYMOONhttps://www.nativecos.comhttps://bruush.comhttps://www.dameproducts.com/honeymoon
As American fashion changes rapidly in real-time, Jacobs shared his thoughts on the state of an industry in flux. Jacobs revisited his last fashion show at the Park Avenue Armory. “I would be very happy if that were my last show,” he said. New York’s role in global fashion is waning, and the future of live fashion shows in the coming months and years remains uncertain. “We don’t know if there will be much of a fashion industry in New York,” said Jacobs. “Will the people that have the skill still be around?” Furthermore, the waste within the industry, and the flawed system of scheduling and orders has put more of an impetus on designers to slow down. “The idea of being forced to create something and tell a story constantly when it has no soul feels so vacant,” said Jacobs, pointing also to the wasted fabrics and unused products that end up in landfills. “The urge to make things and create things hasn’t gone away… I still have stories to tell,” he added. Maybe how that happens will change. Digital collections and online shopping aren’t adequate substitutes. “Ordering online in a pair of grubby sweats is not my idea of living life,” said Jacobs, comparing the experience to looking at art online. “I don’t look at a Rothko online and cry.” Sign up for BoF’s Daily Digest newsletter here. Ready to become a BoF Professional? For a limited time, enjoy 25% discount on an annual membership, exclusively for podcast listeners. Simply, click here, select the Annual Package and use code PODCASTPRO at the checkout. For comments, questions, or speaker ideas, please e-mail: email@example.com. For all sponsorship enquiries, it’s: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dior and Marc Jacobs take a deep dive and look back at ten years of friendship and building a legacy.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/diorworthy/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/diorworthy/support
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Ep.94: The Fashion Capital - Limerick's Aoife McNamara on Irish design and Marc Jacobs encounters!
On this week's episode our host Niamh Maher is joined by Irish fashion designer Aoife McNamara. The Limerick native has taken the fashion world by storm with her eye-catching silhouettes and dedication to sustainability and vintage looks. We're talking about her years studying at the Limerick School of Art & Design, interning in Paris and taking an elevator with Marc Jacobs!
Marc Jacobs Gets Married, 90s Celeb Photos, Plus Sneaker Waves & Camp Collar Shirts
Professional Realtor Phillip Battaglia is back in the stude, joining host Barrett Dudley to talk about the extravagant nuptials of iconic fashion designer Marc Jacobs and his spouse Char Defrancesco. Phil and Barrett discuss the pressure to dress well to such a style-star-laden event and also break down the attire choices of both grooms as well as some of the guests. Next, Barrett announces his latest Instagram obsession, paparazzi and candid shots of celebrities from the 1990s. The discussion leads to several tangents, including smartphone etiquette and famous person vices. Finally, the dudes discuss the how the still-trending camp collar shirt has been revitalized and give some thoughts on sneaker drops from Nike (Blazer '77 Canvas Pack) and New Balance (Aimé Leon Dore).