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Rank #169 in Fashion & Beauty category

Arts
Fashion & Beauty
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In this first podcast from Man Repeller, Filmmaker Jay Buim sits down with women in the arts, tech and beyond for one on one conversations about their life and work.Logo by Kelly Shami, http://legsny.com.

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In this first podcast from Man Repeller, Filmmaker Jay Buim sits down with women in the arts, tech and beyond for one on one conversations about their life and work.Logo by Kelly Shami, http://legsny.com.

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150 Ratings
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6
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6

Where’d it go??

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I miss this podcast so much!

Love it

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Smart // intelligent - about fashion but not just fashion

iTunes Ratings

150 Ratings
Average Ratings
123
13
6
2
6

Where’d it go??

By Jenna.Nimar - Oct 02 2017
Read more
I miss this podcast so much!

Love it

By TheRockObama - Sep 28 2017
Read more
Smart // intelligent - about fashion but not just fashion

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Oh Boy by Man Repeller

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In this first podcast from Man Repeller, Filmmaker Jay Buim sits down with women in the arts, tech and beyond for one on one conversations about their life and work.Logo by Kelly Shami, http://legsny.com.

016 - Emily Weiss - Founder of Into the Gloss & Glossier

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Get to know the woman behind Glossier and Into The Gloss. Founder Emily Weiss talks to Oh Boy host Jay Buim about the business skills she culled while working in the magazine industry, what being a Vogue stylist's assistant taught her, how she learned to be good collaborator, why Ikea may actually strengthen your relationships (at least the work ones) and of course, where the whole idea of Into The Gloss -- and later Glossier -- started.

Want more Emily? @emilywweiss
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Dec 08 2015

46mins

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004 - Stacy London - Style/Fashion Consultant, Author of "The Truth About Style"

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Special Edition! This week Leandra Medine interviews Stacy London, former Vogue editor, television veteran (What Not to Wear), author of The Truth About Style, boob tape extraordinaire and over-achieving 20th century philosophy double major who has never watched an episode of Sex and the City. They talk the psychology of fashion, dating in New York, and how to get the most from a bag of style hacks.

Want the video version? Check it out here: http://www.manrepeller.com/2015/08/stacy-london-interview-the-chatroom.html

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Sep 15 2015

40mins

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019 - Alexa Chung - Style Icon, TV Personality & Co-Founder and Creative Director of Villoid

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In this week's extra special episode of Oh Boy (which is the extended audio version of an upcoming Chatroom episode), Alexa Chung chats with Leandra about her app, Villoid, getting dressed in cold weather, why splitting hairs may be the secret to winter hair and how to remedy the feeling of finding zero inspiration in your own closet.

Want more Alexa? @alexachung
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

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Jan 19 2016

49mins

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036 - Sally Singer - Digital Creative Director at Vogue.com

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In this episode of Oh Boy, Leandra takes the mic from the show's regular host, Jay Buim, to interview Sally Singer, the Digital Creative Director at Vogue.com. They talk about the exciting, changing landscape that the internet has offered the fashion industry, how Singer got started, and the importance of story telling.

Enjoy!

In partnership with Newsette.

Want more Sally? @voguemagazine
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Aug 30 2016

1hr

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003 - Amy Odell - Editor of Cosmopolitan.com

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You know that friend that was quiet in high school but super smart, funny, and destined to be a boss? We do, too. Meet Amy Odell, Editor at Cosmopolitan and author of "Tales from the Back Row," her new book about life behind-the-scenes as a journalist in the fashion industry. Jay Buim chats with Amy for a peak behind the curtain to learn more about Amy’s trajectory. Check out the conversation for details of her interview with Anna Wintour, how she got started in fashion, the changes she’s making at Cosmo, and excellent career advice.

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Sep 08 2015

38mins

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040 - Aidy Bryant - Comedian & Actress

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Comedian and actor Aidy Bryant isn't just living her best life, she is living everyone's best life. She got hired at Saturday Night Live at age 25. She co-wrote a short film that's beloved by the Vimeo staff. Louis C.K. didn't just tell her she was funny after a table read, he hired her for his web series without requiring she audition. And you know what she told Oh Boy host Jay Buim about all of this? The most rewarding part has been the friendships. Say "aww" and plug your headphones in. You're going to love this one.

In partnership with Squarespace.

Want more Aidy? @aidybryant
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Oct 25 2016

1hr 5mins

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009 - Amelia Diamond - Deputy Editor of Man Repeller

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Host Jay Buim chats with Man Repeller's Deputy Editor, Amelia Diamond, about being both a horse girl and bird kid, growing up in San Francisco, becoming a writer, and what it's like working at Man Repeller, particularly when one of your best friends is the founder.

Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Want more Amelia? Follow her on Instagram @amilli0naire or read what's inside her brain daily at www.manrepeller.com

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Oct 20 2015

1hr 7mins

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039 - Tyler Haney - Founder of Outdoor Voices

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Outdoor Voices’ Tyler Haney grew up playing sports in Boulder, Colorado. She thought running would be her destiny, and in some ways, it may have been: she ended up moving to New York where she studied design at Parsons. She took an interest in activewear, began researching fabrics, started working on Outdoor Voices and graduated with a five piece OV kit. Now look at it!
You know the tagline: the brand isn’t about winning, it’s about #DoingThings. Want to know how she did all of these Things? I think listening to a podcast counts as Doing someThing (sorry x2). So what are you waiting for? Put your sports bra on and plug your headphones in: it's time for this week's episode of Oh Boy.

In partnership with Squarespace.

Want more Tyler? @ty_haney
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Oct 11 2016

43mins

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027 - Julie Wainwright - Founder & CEO of The RealReal

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Julie Wainwright didn't want her world to be small. The RealReal CEO told Oh Boy host Jay Buim this while discussing her decision to pursue a serious career during a time when many women she knew were dropping out of school to get married. In this interview, Wainwright covers what it was like growing up in rural Indiana (she had a motorcycle at age 12), who her influencers were (Gloria Steinem and Jane Goodall), what it was like working in Silicon Valley in the 80s and her path through the business ranks to CEO status. It's a really good listen. It's funny, too! Enjoy.

Oh Boy is supported by Audible.com. Get your free audiobook at Audible.com/mr

Want more Julie? @realrealjulie
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Apr 26 2016

55mins

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008 - Whitney Cummings - Comedian, Actress, Co-creator of 2 Broke Girls

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Leandra Medine and Whitney Cummings cover middle school bullies, the very real need to be seen and heard (whether on stage or age home), the fourth wave of feminism, how dealing with a stalker is similar to improv, love, relationships and our ever-changing identities as expressed through clothes.

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Oct 13 2015

56mins

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037 - Aurora James - Founder of Brother Vellies

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When you meet Aurora James, CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund-winning designer of Brother Vellies -- a footwear-centric accessories label that works with artisans in Africa -- her shoes make a lot of sense. They are unique. Bold. Many are like nothing you've seen before, and all communicate a strong point of view. That's absolutely how I'd describe the designer. Her personal style is reflective of her inherent taste, as well as the colorful and sometimes complicated layering of cultures she's been introduced to over the course of her life. So is her character, strong sense of self-worth and steady view of the world. Want to know more? So did Jay Buim, host of Oh Boy.

Headphones in, and enjoy.

In partnership with Squarespace

Want more Aurora? @aurorajames
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Sep 13 2016

51mins

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014 - Karley Sciortino - Vogue Columnist, Founder of Slutever

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This week, Jay talks with writer Karley Sciortino. She's a Vogue.com columnist and founder of Slutever, a website that covers sex and relationships in a frank, empowering and approachable way. In this episode, Sciortino talks about growing up as a sexually curious teenager in a conservative, religious home, how moving to London for a short stint changed her perspective on life and the realities of being a young writer in New York City. She also tells Jay she wants to "stay YOLO forever." What does that mean? Plug your headphones in and find out.

Want more Karley? @karleyslutever
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Nov 24 2015

47mins

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034 - Aimee Chesire - Founder of Hey Gorgeous

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This week on Oh Boy, Jay sits down with Aimee Cheshire. fashion blogger and founder of Hey Gorgeous, a plus-size focused website and Instagram shop that features cool clothes, size 10 and up.

Need to feel inspired today? Just looking for some cool pants that fit? Great. Excellent. Plug your headphones in and let Jay's soft voice introduce you to Aimee Cheshire.

Want more Aimee? @ heygorgeousny
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Aug 02 2016

1hr 5mins

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022 - Christene Barberich - Co-Founder & Global Editor-in-Chief of Refinery29

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You know Refinery29. How could you not? This week, Oh Boy host Jay Buim sat down with Christene Barberich, co-founder and Global Editor-in-Chief of Refinery29, to find out how she rose to the top of one of America's fastest growing companies. An editor at heart, Christene shares excellent advice for both burgeoning editors and ambitious young folk. Take a listen, take notes and enjoy.

Want more Christene? @christenebarberich
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Feb 16 2016

57mins

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025 - Mattie Kahn - Elle.com Writer & Man Repeller Contributor

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In this episode of Oh Boy, host Jay and Elle.com news writer/MR contributor Mattie Kahn discuss her career path, how her initial dream of working in fashion led her to covering the 2016 presidential election, her detour into chef whites, Britney Spears and the wonders of cold emailing. It's an entertaining listen, but it's also one that just might light a fire under your butt if you've recently been thinking about what you want to do and wondering how you're supposed to do it.

Want more Mattie? @mattiekahn
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Mar 29 2016

1hr 5mins

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044 - Ashley Ford - Writer, Editor and Speaker

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Ashley Ford has no strategy for authenticity. She just is who she is.

In this episode of Oh Boy, the writer, editor and speaker tells host Jay Buim of her childhood in Fort Wayne, Indiana. As a child, she felt as though her thoughts didn't matter. But later, a teacher who saw Ford hanging around the hallways, doing the usual teen nothingness, changed her life. She said, "While I'm here working, you need to read an article in the newspaper and write something inspired by it."

That lit a match under Ashley Ford which propelled her to where she is in this very moment. Want to know just what that means? Great. Headphones, press play and enjoy.

Want more Ashley? @iSmashFizzle
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Dec 20 2016

1hr 8mins

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010 - Sloane Crosley - Author of "I Was Told There'd Be Cake" and "The Clasp"

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This week Jay sits down with New York Times' Bestselling author, Sloane Crosley. The two cover growing up in suburbia, archeological aspirations, and how an email to friends ended up in The Village Voice. Her new novel, The Clasp, is an exercise in validation and neuroses, parading characters, scenarios, and clever turns so spot on they speak to your soul. Find it here: http://amzn.to/1Xvp1Qh

Want more Sloan? http://www.sloanecrosley.com/
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Oct 27 2015

58mins

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045: Franchesca Ramsey

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In this episode of Oh Boy, get to know Franchesca Ramsey -- comedian, activist, actress and YouTube personality. She talks about how she went from uploading her own videos online (like the viral "Shit White Girls Say...to Black Girls," to hosting MTV's "Decoded."

Need to know more? You know the drill! Headphones in, press play!

Want more Franchesa? @ chescaleigh
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Jan 04 2017

1hr 10mins

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018 - Hari Nef - Actress & Model

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In this episode of Oh Boy, we meet Hari Nef, the first openly transgender model signed to IMG who plays Tante Gittel in the 2nd season of "Transparent." She speaks about the set's welcoming environment and wonders aloud what the film and television industry would be like if it were controlled by women instead of men. She also speaks to the need for trans rights, more understanding and less stigma -- on screen, off camera and in real life.

Want more Hari? @harinef
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Jan 05 2016

50mins

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029 - Katie Sturino - Publicist, Founder of 12-ish Style, Toast the Dog’s dogager

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Katie Sturino doesn't judge morning teeth-brushers. She's a blogger/model who runs her own PR agency/mom-ager to three Instagram famous dogs. And no, she's not a dentist, but she is a proponent of doing what makes you happy. In this episode of Oh Boy, Sturino and Jay cover everything from owning your personality to what "being real" means, career paths (plus awkward internship experiences along the way), body acceptance and, yes, morning brushing.

Want more Katie? @the12ishstyle
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

May 24 2016

55mins

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051: Sarah Jones - Playwright & Performer - Part 2

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Today, in Part 2 of Oh Boy's 50th Episode, the conversation between award-winning playwright/performer Sarah Jones and host Jay Buim continues. The two discuss the actual work that goes into a career like that of Sarah Jones: how to balance it, challenging the status quo, her separate work with the human rights movement and the research process that goes into her one-woman show.

It's a fascinating episode. Headphones in, enjoy!

Want more Sarah? sarahjonesonline.com/
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Mar 22 2017

49mins

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050: Sarah Jones - Playwright & Performer - Part I

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This week on Oh Boy, Jay sits down with Tony and Obie-award-winning playwright and performer Sarah Jones. known for her one-woman shows wherein she embodies multiple characters of varied backgrounds (the first of which, Bridge & Tunnel, was produced off-Broadway by Meryl Streep). The New York Times called her a "master of the genre," but raise your hand if you were sold by the capital M in Meryl.

Ready for this one? Headphones in, enjoy.

Want more Sarah? http://sarahjonesonline.com/
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Mar 16 2017

40mins

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049: Ruby Karp - Teen Comedian

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In this episode of Oh Boy, we meet 16-year-old comedian Ruby Karp. She's had a remarkable career: at seven years old, Amy Poehler tapped her for feminism-themed episode of Smart Girls. At age eleven, she began writing a weekly column for HelloGiggles, gave her first TED Talk at thirteen, now performs stand-up comedy and has as a book coming out in September.

You don't want to miss this one. Headphones in -- enjoy!

Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Mar 01 2017

1hr 8mins

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048: Katie Alice Greer

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Katie Alice Greer was born to a minister in Michigan, where she spent her childhood feeling lonely, getting herself grounded and discovering Jock Jams compilations and Motown music. She's now the lead vocalist of Priests, a D.C.-based punk band that's made a name for itself in music and political spheres alike. Spin recently dubbed Priests "activist rock," but Greer says they didn't set out to be an explicitly political band, it just kind of happened. "Music is inherently political, everything is political," Greer told Paula Mejia of Rolling Stone on the heels of the D.C. event she'd helped organize on Inauguration Day, called "No Thanks: A Night of Anti-Fascist Sounds."

This week's episode of Oh Boy, a conversation between Greer and our host Jay Buim, comes at an interesting time. While a lot of us are quietly navigating the clashing of culture and politics, Greer is doing so on a very public stage. On purpose. Give it a listen to hear her tell Jay how, when and why it all started.

Want more Katie? @K_ALICEGREER
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Feb 15 2017

1hr 9mins

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047: Cathy Lew - Writer

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In this episode of Oh Boy we meet comedy writer Cathy Lew. She once did a "Daily Shouts" for The New Yorker where she paralleled Drake and Bernie Sanders. ("He dances like an old man, and I like it.") Another piece she wrote for the publication's humor section: Grandmas Rise Up Against Millennials. But how'd she get here? To learn about her journey, you know the drill: plug your headphones in and enjoy.

Want more Cathy? @cathy_lew
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Jan 31 2017

1hr 3mins

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046: Martha Wainwright - Musician

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In this episode of Oh Boy, Martha Wainwright (who just released a new album in November), daughter of musicians Loudon Wainwright III and Kate McGarrigle, speaks about how she learned to find her place within the music industry that truly felt like home.

In partnership with The Real Real

Want more Martha? @WainBright
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Jan 17 2017

42mins

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045: Franchesca Ramsey

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In this episode of Oh Boy, get to know Franchesca Ramsey -- comedian, activist, actress and YouTube personality. She talks about how she went from uploading her own videos online (like the viral "Shit White Girls Say...to Black Girls," to hosting MTV's "Decoded."

Need to know more? You know the drill! Headphones in, press play!

Want more Franchesa? @ chescaleigh
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Jan 04 2017

1hr 10mins

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044 - Ashley Ford - Writer, Editor and Speaker

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Ashley Ford has no strategy for authenticity. She just is who she is.

In this episode of Oh Boy, the writer, editor and speaker tells host Jay Buim of her childhood in Fort Wayne, Indiana. As a child, she felt as though her thoughts didn't matter. But later, a teacher who saw Ford hanging around the hallways, doing the usual teen nothingness, changed her life. She said, "While I'm here working, you need to read an article in the newspaper and write something inspired by it."

That lit a match under Ashley Ford which propelled her to where she is in this very moment. Want to know just what that means? Great. Headphones, press play and enjoy.

Want more Ashley? @iSmashFizzle
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Dec 20 2016

1hr 8mins

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043 - Miki Agrawal - Author, CEO & Co-Founder of THINX & Icon Undies

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If you have ever worn a pair of Thinx — a lined-underwear that eliminates the need for a pad or a tampon, the brand with the beautifully-shot ads that aim to destigmatize periods and run on the subway like What up?, then you may have said out loud to yourself, “I need to meet the woman who made this product. Because A) obviously it was a woman and B) you can’t believe you’ve been spending all of this time playing Russian Roulette with your favorite thongs.

Well here is your opportunity! In this episode of Oh Boy, host Jay Buim sits down with Miki Agrawal, the founder of Thinx, to talk about everything from D1 soccer to her family to her belief in kismet.

Headphones in — enjoy!

In partnership with TNT.

Want more Miki? @mikiagrawal
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Dec 06 2016

1hr 7mins

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042 - Helena Bala - Writer & Creator of Craigslist Confessional

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Helena Bala knows that everyone has a story. After feeling a little lost in her career as a human rights lawyer, she made a connection with a homeless man simply by listening to his story and then telling him hers. It sparked an idea — maybe more people simply needed open ears. Thus, Craigslist Confessional was born. Two years later, she’s still listening.

In partnership with The Real Real

Want more Helena? @helenadeabala
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Nov 22 2016

1hr 2mins

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041 - Meika Hollender - Sustain Co-Founder

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Meika Hollender wants to break the stigma of women buying and carrying condoms — and also just having sex. She co-founded Sustain, the first brand of vagina-friendly all natural condoms, lubricants and wipes, and she created GetOnTop, a national campaign aimed at getting women to take control of their sexual health. Cool, right? She's this week's Oh Boy podcast guest -- enjoy!

In partnership with The Real Real

Want more Meika? @missmeiks
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Nov 08 2016

51mins

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040 - Aidy Bryant - Comedian & Actress

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Comedian and actor Aidy Bryant isn't just living her best life, she is living everyone's best life. She got hired at Saturday Night Live at age 25. She co-wrote a short film that's beloved by the Vimeo staff. Louis C.K. didn't just tell her she was funny after a table read, he hired her for his web series without requiring she audition. And you know what she told Oh Boy host Jay Buim about all of this? The most rewarding part has been the friendships. Say "aww" and plug your headphones in. You're going to love this one.

In partnership with Squarespace.

Want more Aidy? @aidybryant
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Oct 25 2016

1hr 5mins

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039 - Tyler Haney - Founder of Outdoor Voices

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Outdoor Voices’ Tyler Haney grew up playing sports in Boulder, Colorado. She thought running would be her destiny, and in some ways, it may have been: she ended up moving to New York where she studied design at Parsons. She took an interest in activewear, began researching fabrics, started working on Outdoor Voices and graduated with a five piece OV kit. Now look at it!
You know the tagline: the brand isn’t about winning, it’s about #DoingThings. Want to know how she did all of these Things? I think listening to a podcast counts as Doing someThing (sorry x2). So what are you waiting for? Put your sports bra on and plug your headphones in: it's time for this week's episode of Oh Boy.

In partnership with Squarespace.

Want more Tyler? @ty_haney
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Oct 11 2016

43mins

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038 - Laurie Simmons - Artist, Photographer & Filmmaker

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Laurie Simmons has a message for artists: “those years when no one has their eye on you and you’re free to work, those are your best years."

The artist, filmmaker and photographer always knew she wanted to work in this field. She pursued her dreams even despite a teacher's cautioning early on to get out of art. She had her first solo show in ‘79 and is just now wrapping up a five year project: it's a film called “My Art" in which she's starring and directing.

Want to know more about the artist who is also known in some circles as "Lena Dunham's mom"? Headphones in; volume on.

In partnership with Squarespace.

Want more Laurie? @SimmonsLaurie
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Sep 27 2016

1hr 20mins

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037 - Aurora James - Founder of Brother Vellies

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When you meet Aurora James, CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund-winning designer of Brother Vellies -- a footwear-centric accessories label that works with artisans in Africa -- her shoes make a lot of sense. They are unique. Bold. Many are like nothing you've seen before, and all communicate a strong point of view. That's absolutely how I'd describe the designer. Her personal style is reflective of her inherent taste, as well as the colorful and sometimes complicated layering of cultures she's been introduced to over the course of her life. So is her character, strong sense of self-worth and steady view of the world. Want to know more? So did Jay Buim, host of Oh Boy.

Headphones in, and enjoy.

In partnership with Squarespace

Want more Aurora? @aurorajames
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Sep 13 2016

51mins

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036 - Sally Singer - Digital Creative Director at Vogue.com

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In this episode of Oh Boy, Leandra takes the mic from the show's regular host, Jay Buim, to interview Sally Singer, the Digital Creative Director at Vogue.com. They talk about the exciting, changing landscape that the internet has offered the fashion industry, how Singer got started, and the importance of story telling.

Enjoy!

In partnership with Newsette.

Want more Sally? @voguemagazine
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Aug 30 2016

1hr

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035 - Gloria Steinem - Journalist & Social & Political Activist

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This week’s episode of Oh Boy is a special one: the inimitable Gloria Steinem is our featured guest.

Steinem talks to host Jay Buim about many things: social justice, writing, Donald Trump, modern politics, how she was the first woman at New York Magazine, how she eschewed marriage for an opportunity in India. She talks about how she discovered the women's movement and how it changed her internal dialogue about external expectations, and she talks about progress -- how far we've come, how far we still have to go. "We have to be more patient, human, realistic to make change," she says.

Of course, I can’t give any more away. Listen, enjoy and be prepared to feel inspired. You’ll come out the other side swinging.

Want more Gloria? @gloriasteinem
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Aug 16 2016

58mins

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034 - Aimee Chesire - Founder of Hey Gorgeous

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This week on Oh Boy, Jay sits down with Aimee Cheshire. fashion blogger and founder of Hey Gorgeous, a plus-size focused website and Instagram shop that features cool clothes, size 10 and up.

Need to feel inspired today? Just looking for some cool pants that fit? Great. Excellent. Plug your headphones in and let Jay's soft voice introduce you to Aimee Cheshire.

Want more Aimee? @ heygorgeousny
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Aug 02 2016

1hr 5mins

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033 - Gail Simmons - 'Top Chef' Judge, Author & Food Writer

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Today’s episode of Oh Boy features none other than Gail Simmons. It will comfort you to know that Simmons, like everyone else, didn’t have a clue what she wanted to do after college. She didn’t really know what she wanted to do while in college, either. In fact…she didn’t even know anything about food, according to a food editor she spoke to while hunting for her first job. So how did she get to be who she is and where she is, with two hit shows -- Top Chef and Top Chef: Just Desserts -- and a published book with a title that proclaims, “I have the best job ever!” (It’s called “Talking With My Mouth Full: My Life As a Professional Eater,” hello!)? Wellll…you just have to plug in your headphones and listen to this episode, don’t you?

Want more Gail? @ gailsimmonseats
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Jul 19 2016

1hr 4mins

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032 - Jenn Rogien - Costume Designer

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Jenn Rogien's a real jerk! The costumer designer of GIRLS and Orange is the New Black doesn't like sour pickles, brownies or apple pie.

Other than that, though, she's perfectly delightful, which you'll come to find in this episode of Oh Boy that's all about her young life growing up in the Rockies (she still owns a canner -- as in, to can pickled things that aren't sour), her formative years in a liberal college town, how she found creative, crafty loopholes in any and every school project, and of course, how she came to be exactly who she is and how she got arguably one of the coolest jobs on the planet. I will tell you this: it didn't just happen by dumb luck.

Girls! You know the drill. Headphones in, and enjoy.

Want more Jenn? @ jennrogien
Want more Jay? @beardwizard

Edited by Jay Buim
Produced by Kate Barnett

Jul 05 2016

57mins

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