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.
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.
A ten minute digest from author, humorist and creator of Man Repeller, Leandra Medine. New shows published weekly.
Rank #1: Ep 28: Relationships.
This week's episode of Monocycle features a very special guest: Leandra's husband, Abie. The two cover a range of topics inspired by their four years of marriage, like learning how to live with a partner and the importance of forfeiting selfishness in favor of sacrifice). Abie's sleeping habits are also discussed; he cites "an inability to nap as freely" as one of the hardest parts of marriage. Free naps on us after this episode, okay? Enjoy!In partnership with Zola. Logo by Kelly Shami - legsny.com/Edited by Nicholas Quazzy Alexander
Rank #2: Ep 26: Not Pregnant.
This week's episode of Monocycle is about sharing what one is going through while going through it as opposed to the aftermath, after, as Leandra said, "the experience has been put in a box and wrapped in fancy words and called a first person essay," because this is real life, right? Between the inspiring stories of victory and triumph that emerge out of despair and the road blocks that life throws in our tracks, there is the very real question of, "But what do I do NOW?" She doesn't have a profound answer but believes that sometimes, sharing is enough.Logo by Kelly Shami - legsny.com/Edited by Nicholas Quazzy Alexander
A weekly podcast that explores the upending forces in fashion. Vogue’s Sally Singer and contributing editors take a probing look at the new frontiers, jagged edges, and unspoken undercurrents of the fashion world. Thoughtful questions and bold conversations from inside the velvet rope.
Rank #1: Tom Ford.
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Rank #2: Marc Jacobs.
Starting today, tune into a new installment of the Vogue podcast dedicated to the Met Gala, from now until the party of the year on May 2. Each week, we’ll consider different perspectives from a variety of guests, including Andrew Bolton, curator of the exhibition “Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology”; Andrew Rossi, director of the documentary The First Monday in May; and more. To kick things off, we turned to perennial Met Gala attendee Marc Jacobs. Here, the designer discusses everything from dressing Cher to the dress code, including the year Anna Wintour wanted it “more clubby and young.” For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Former vintage store owner Lisa Rowan and fashion stylist Kaarin Vembar discuss fashion news, pop culture, and questions about business and creativity.
Rank #1: 208: London Fashion Week, Guess & Lululemon, Olympic Laundry.
London Fashion Week, Guess & Lululemon, Olympic Laundry Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! We discuss London Fashion Week news from the Queen's appearance to anti-fur protests to Burberry's rainbow runway. We update you on the scandals rocking Guess and Lululemon and share the Boston Globe's investigation into sexual harassment against models. Laundry at the Olympics! Goodbye Gap Inc. CEO! Ulta got accused of selling repackaged products! We have so much to talk about this week. Come hang out! Pop Fashion Links Website: www.popfashionpodcast.com Instagram: @popfashionpodcast Twitter: @JustPopFashion Lisa’s Links Twitter: www.twitter.com/lisatella Website: www.lisarowan.com Kaarin’s Links Twitter: www.twitter.com/truetostyle Website: www.truetostyle.com
Rank #2: The LuLaRoe Story.
This week we have something different for you: It's a history lesson on LuLaRoe. How'd these printed leggings get to be so popular, and why is the multi-level marketing business the focus of such scrutiny? We talk you through it. Come hang out! Pop Fashion Links Website: www.popfashionpodcast.com Instagram: @popfashionpodcast Twitter: @JustPopFashion Lisa’s Links Twitter: www.twitter.com/lisatella Website: www.lisarowan.com Kaarin’s Links Twitter: www.twitter.com/truetostyle Website: www.truetostyle.com
Abby, Evan and Katie talk runway, magazines, designers, movies, art - all things fashion and how much it can drive us nuts.
Rank #1: FASHION HAGS Episode 60: Fashion's Future (Part 1).
Cast your gaze into the crystal ball and see into the future of fashion! OOoooOOO! Or just, listen to this podcast episode instead or whatever. The Hags are talking about what the future of the fashion world looks like (or what it hopefully will look like) when it comes to actually making clothes by dreaming up all the solutions to all the problems. Plus the usual nonsense.
Rank #2: FASHION HAGS Episode 37: How Dat T-Shirt Get Made?.
T-shirts. How do they get from soft little cotton balls to your body? This episode we looking into all the steps, machines, transportation and hands that make that happen. It might just be more complicated than you think!
Do you want to step up and do something epic? Follow your dreams, take action, change the world? In The Call, former political strategist Erica Williams Simon hosts intimate conversations with women who have answered their own call. What are the costs and challenges of taking the leap, of living your politics, of being unapologetic? How do you go from wishful thinking to real impact? What is the journey really like? Tune in, get inspired.
Rank #1: 002: Sally Kohn.
Erica Williams Simon sits down with Sally Kohn.The Call is produced and edited by Samara Breger.
Rank #2: 010: Bevy Smith.
On this week's episode, Erica sits down with bold, vivacious media personality Bevy Smith to talk about reinventing your life and the business advice she wishes she'd received 20 years ago.The Call is produced and edited by Samara Breger and Kate Barnett.
Fashion journalists Camille Charriere and Monica Ainley give you a unique, behind the scenes look at how the fashion industry operates.
Rank #1: S02E05 Jenny Walton on individuality in the era of social media (+bonus roundup of LFW).
In this episode, Monica and Camille introduce you to one of their fashion friends, the streetstyle star and illustrator, Jenny Walton, who is also Creative Director for Scott Schulman of The Sartorialist (her fiancé!). The girls sit down in between shows during London Fashion Week for a relaxed conversation about how Jenny came to being flown all over the world to attend the world’s most prestigious shows alongside Scott. They cover everything from her career ascent, her love of Miuccia Prada, how to remain yourself amongst all the noise on social media, and why shopping vintage is the most sustainable way of being stylish nowadays. For those who want to check out people and accounts discussed in this episode, here’s a little recap:Guest du jour: @JennyMWaltonJenny’s other half: @TheSartorialist LFW FAVOURITES: @SimoneRocha_, @Burberry, @BabbyM, @JW_Anderson, @RichardQuinn, @RejinaPyo, @PeterPilotto, @Erdem, @Loewe, @Roksandailincic, @Preenbythorntonbregazzi, @VictoriaBeckham, @MollyGoddard STREETSTYLE STANDOUTS: @JennyMWalton, @SarahHarris, @PernilleTeisbaek, @LindaTol_JENNY’S SHOUTOUTS: @Charlesvonbarksalot, @WhatMiuccia, @SimplicityCity, @SimoneRocha_, @MarcJacobs Email email@example.com or reach us on Instagram @fashionnofilter. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rank #2: Street Style Secrets.
Exploring the modern photography phenomenon For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
The Glossy Podcast is a weekly show discussing the impact of technology on the fashion and luxury industries with the people making change happen.
Rank #1: Rebecca Minkoff: 'When people are inspired by a brand, they'll shop with you'.
Rebecca Minkoff wants more designers to share their experiments and their outcomes, even when they’re negative. While the fashion industry tries to come to terms with its ongoing existential crisis, she believes transparency is something that would benefit the overall designer community. Minkoff joined the Glossy Podcast to discuss what's behind her brand's current customer approach, why she doesn’t sell her products on Amazon and what’s going to happen when the dust settles.
Rank #2: Bando founder Jen Gotch: 'Retail is better when everyone wins'.
Bando, the e-commerce site selling kitschy office supplies and accessories designed for the Instagram generation, has struck a balance between mass and niche. The brand’s strong, mostly pink aesthetic, cult-like customer following and best-selling items — like agendas that say things like “I Am Very Busy” — have become its biggest signifiers, and the brand has grown to around 50 employees after a near-shutter in 2012. Instead of closing, it sold to licensing company Lifeguard Press, and grew a network of wholesale partners that included Anthropologie, Nordstrom and Macy’s. Those mass retail partners sell its agendas and other everyday items like tumblers and notebooks to a wide audience. That pays the bills. Bando’s online store, then, is an opportunity for co-founder and creative director Jen Gotch to experiment with her more wild design side, even if the results don’t sell as much. Gotch joined the Glossy Podcast to share how she grew a side business selling hair accessories into Bando, which has expanded to bags, accessories, art supplies and clothing.
The only Office Hours you will actually want to attend. In each episode, College Fashionista's Founder, Amy Levin Klein, chats with inspiring fashion and beauty insiders about the industry, career paths and what they have learned along the way. Listeners can expect to gain invaluable insight and inspiration on furthering their own careers while getting access to conversations you won't hear anywhere else. Get ready to get schooled in style (and learn a thing or two in the process)!To contact us with comments, questions, or speaker ideas please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Rank #1: Alyssa Coscarelli of Refinery29 on How to Advance in the Fashion Industry.
Our latest episode of CF Office Hours features social media star and Refinery29 senior fashion market editor Alyssa Coscarelli. We talked about how she got her job at Refinery, what working in the fashion industry entails, and the importance of having samples of your work when applying for a job. Plus, listen up for some amazing advice for budding writers, editors, and fashion enthusiasts.
Rank #2: Danielle Bernstein, Of WeWoreWhat, On Going From College Student To Front Row At NYFW.
Danielle Bernstein is the powerhouse behind the popular blog and Instagram account WeWoreWhat, co-founder of Body Bauble and the owner of everyone’s dream wardrobe. We caught up with her for this episode of #CFofficehours to chat college, being a New Yorker and to end the dispute between stilettos and sneakers. From spending her freshman year at the University of Wisconsin Madison to sitting front row at TommyxGigi this past NYFW she is no stranger to success, pressure or being in the limelight - Bernstein shares career advice, Instagram editing tips and memories in this latest episode, listen up!
Fashion Revolution Podcast explores the hidden stories behind the clothing we wear. Through interviews and investigations, Fashion Revolution explores the intersection of sustainability, ethics and transparency in the fashion industry. International fashion journalist Tamsin Blanchard speaks to researchers, supply chain experts, garment workers, politicians and activists. Each episode takes you deep into fashion's social and environmental problems but leaves you with practical actions to help make a positive difference.
Rank #1: Who Made My Clothes: Garment Workers' Voices.
The first episode in the 3-part podcast series from Fashion Revolution - “Who Made My Clothes?” asks us to consider the stories behind what we wear, and introduces an ambitious research project that collects data from garment workers around the world. Tamsin Blanchard talks to Fashion Revolution’s Head of Policy Sarah Ditty, Dr Mark Anner, Penn State professor and Director of the Center for Global Workers’ Rights, Ethical Trading Initiative’s Debbie Coulter and Kalpona Akter, former child garment worker and Bangladeshi union activist, to examine garment worker’s collective voice in affecting change, the obstacles that make unionisation a challenge, and the progress being made. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rank #2: Who Made My Clothes: Working Together Towards Change.
This final episode in the 3-part series from Fashion Revolution: “Who Made My Clothes?” explores the practical ways that local, national and international players can help bring about justice for garment workers globally. Tamsin speaks to the co-founders of Fashion Revolution, Member of European Parliament Linda McAvan, and Jenny Holdcroft, the Deputy Secretary General of IndustriALL Global Union, to learn how positive change can happen from all angles; from workers themselves, from governments around the world, and from brands and consumers. Find out how you can get involved in Fashion Revolution and how to make your voice heard in the movement towards a cleaner, safer, fairer and more transparent fashion industry. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Podcast by Phoebe Lovatt
Rank #1: Summer School Lesson #2 - How To Find Your Brand Voice with Glossier's Annie Kreighbaum.
THE WW CLUB SUMMER SCHOOL 2016 - TEN WEEKS OF CAREER LESSONS YOU CAN LEARN ANYWHEREEpisode #2: Glossier's Executive Editor Annie Kreighbaum talks about finding your brand voice.
Rank #2: Summer School Lesson #8 - How to Develop Your Aesthetic with Kai Avent-deLeon [Sincerely, Tommy].
The WW Club founder Phoebe Lovatt in conversation with Sincerely, Tommy founder Kai Avent-deLeon
Exploring fashion as an art and a business. American Fashion Podcast is the fashion show for fashion people, diving deep into the designing, making, and selling of garments and accessories through long-form interviews with people at all levels and in all corners of the business, with an emphasis on sustainability and innovation, since 2014. Hosted by Charles Beckwith and Cathy Schepis.
Rank #1: Fashionopolis - Ethical Fashion's New Bible.
Author Dana Thomas discusses her new book, Fashionopolis: The Price of Fast Fashion and the Future of Clothes. Order Fashionopolis here: https://amzn.to/2QbslXn
Rank #2: Badgley Mischka.
Badgley Mischka founders Mark Badgley and James Mischka discuss their business and careers. With special guest co-host, Dana Thomas, author of the new book Fashionopolis: The Price of Fast Fashion and the Future of Clothes. https://www.badgleymischka.com/
Conversations With Jena Gambaccini
Rank #1: Episode 25: Creating An All Female Fashion Startup With Modern Citizen’s Jess Lee.
Wonder what it’s really like to create a fashion startup? Have the urge to *add to cart* but feel like you haven’t seen anything new and exciting? Have you ever wanted super chic, not overly trendy clothing, accessories and / or home goods but at actually affordable prices? Say hello to my little [fashion] friend — Modern Citizen founder / CEO, Jess Lee — who is making it all happen. I cannot rave to you enough about how awesome Modern Citizen is…so why don’t you just check out their site and see for yourself? And you can listen to how Jess came up with the whole concept in this week’s episode while browsing this fantastic website (and inevitably, adding to cart). Just when you think it’s all been done when it comes to fashion, somehow no one has really gotten in this space…until now. You know I love a good fashion discovery, and Modern Citizen is a damn good one. It’s always been that if you want inexpensive styles you typically have to go to your fast fashion stores, which are almost always very trend-driven. But what if you don’t want #trendsontrendsontrends? Modern Citizen to the rescue! In this week’s episode you’ll get to hear all about how Jess created Modern Citizen — the ins and outs and everything you need to know about starting an e-commerce site (career advice included) as well as what it’s like to work with an all female team. But of course we like to kick it off with some fashion news (and this was a big news week!) Alice + Olivia is taking a model that was very popular this fashion week and trying it during a different time of year. What is it exactly? Well you’ll have to tune in to find out! I’m sure you’ve heard by now the major changes that just went down at Saint Laurent. BUT do you think they’ll bring back the Yves? Ain’t Laurent Without Hedi…but it might just be Yves Saint Laurent with someone else. Jess and I discuss… And because it seems like Kardashian / Jenner now goes hand-in-hand with fashion talk, we’ll briefly chat about Kylie Jenner’s new Paper cover (which sadly, to me, doesn’t even look that Photoshopped). You can listen below or on iTunes. If you’re heading over to iTunes, be sure to subscribe to Fashion Friends while you’re there…maybe leave a review if you like what you hear You can find more information about everything we talk about in this week’s episode in the show notes, and be sure to share your feedback in the comments! SHOW NOTES: Alice + Olivia Coachella Fashion Show See Now. Buy Now. Hedi Slimane Leaves Saint Laurent Anthony Vaccarello Succeeds Hedi Slimane Kylie Jenner Paper Magazine Modern Citizen Photo courtesy of Jess Lee / Modern Citizen. Images via Fashionista, Harper’s Bazaar & Paper Magazine Episode edited by Colleen Pellissier of Dog. a podcast. The post Episode 25: Creating An All Female Fashion Startup With Modern Citizen’s Jess Lee appeared first on ChiCityFashion.
Rank #2: Episode 24: Creating A Career On Campus & Educating Students Beyond The Classroom With CollegeFashionista’s Amy Levin.
It’s time to get schooled (literally) with an all new episode of Fashion Friends. This week my guest CollegeFashionista founder Amy Levin joins me for some stylish topics of conversation. You ready for this? I met Amy about four years ago at an event here in Chicago. She was in-between New York an LA (although she is from the suburb next to where I grew up). We were introduced by a mutual friend and I’ve seriously enjoyed watching her grow her company to what it is today. Amy started her website, CollegeFashionista, while at Indiana University as a way to share street style on campus…and it wasn’t long before she grew that concept to several other universities across the country. What’s unique about her story is that her core business plan has been the same since day one — she knew what she wanted and she went for it…and is still KILLING IT. But I don’t want to give too much away. You’ll have to tune in to get her full story! First we’ll be discussing some hot topics, like do you even need a blog anymore to become a successful influencer? We both weigh in…and have slightly different views. Be sure to let me know what you think about this subject in the comments. We also talk about the Daily Front Row Fashion Los Angeles Awards (which I’m sure you’ve never heard of…because neither did we) but with the number of A-Listers that showed up to this (along with some surprising winners) we had to chat about it. Now I already gave away a little bit about Amy but in this episode you’ll find out how she came up with the idea for CollegeFashionista (and turned it into her full-time career), what it’s like to be out of the college game but still be immersed it in everyday, as well as tips for those who have that entrepreneurial spirit and are thinking about going for it. CollegeFashionista also just started a podcast so we’ll be talking about that as well! You can listen below or on iTunes. Why don’t you subscribe while you’re there? If you’re feeling me, leave a review on iTunes and / or a comment below. SHOW NOTES: You Don’t Need A Blog Anymore to Become a Successful ‘Influencer’ Maura Brannigan on Fashion Friends Social Media Strategy Daily Front Row Fashion Los Angeles Awards CollegeFashionista Style Guru Office Hours Podcast @amy.levin Images via Amy, Elle & Instagram. Episode edited by Colleen Pellissier of Dog. a podcast. The post Episode 24: Creating A Career On Campus & Educating Students Beyond The Classroom With CollegeFashionista’s Amy Levin appeared first on ChiCityFashion.
"4 P.M. at Fashionista" is the first podcast from Fashionista.com, a news site covering the personalities, companies, events and trends that shape the fashion universe. We chronicle the fashion trail from the runway to the first Canal Street knockoffs, while dishing the latest in supermodel gossip and finding the hottest new designers.Fashionista is published by Breaking Media, a network of next-generation digital publications targeting young and influential professionals.
Rank #1: Episode 5: Career Week Edition, or, How We're (Barely) Making It in Fashion.
Editor-In-Chief Alyssa Vingan Klein, Deputy Editor Tyler McCall, Senior Editor Maura Brannigan, and Associate Editor Maria Bobila chat about how they got into the fashion industry and share their best advice for making it in fashion.Follow Fashionista:Website: fashionista.com/Twitter: www.twitter.com/Fashionista_comInstagram: www.instagram.com/fashionista_com/Follow The Hosts:Alyssa: www.twitter.com/alyssavinganTyler: www.twitter.com/eiffeltylerMaura: www.twitter.com/maura_branniganMaria: www.twitter.com/bobilapizzaIntro Music by The Hell Yeah Babies: www.thehellyeahbabies.com/Produced by Jay Carter: twitter.com/_JelaniCarter
Rank #2: Episode 3: The Thirst Is Real in the Coachella Desert.
Editor-In-Chief Alyssa Vingan Klein, Deputy Editor Tyler McCall and Senior Editor Maura Brannigan are breaking down what happened during the first weekend of Coachella 2017 — the good, the bad, and the thirsty.Follow Fashionista:Website: fashionista.com/Twitter: www.twitter.com/Fashionista_comInstagram: www.instagram.com/fashionista_com/Follow The Hosts:Alyssa: www.twitter.com/alyssavinganTyler: www.twitter.com/eiffeltylerMaura: www.twitter.com/maura_branniganIntro Music by The Hell Yeah Babies: www.thehellyeahbabies.com/Indie GoGo: www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-hel…pop-music-rock#/Produced by Jay Carter: twitter.com/_JelaniCarter
Fashion Is Your Business is a weekly show about FASHIONTECH, the intersection of fashion business and fashion technology. The podcast is produced through MouthMedia Network. The hosts are entrepreneurial strategist Rob Sanchez, leading fashion technology consultant Pavan Bahl, creative entrepreneur Marc Raco, and fashion tech + sustainability consultant Nataliya Makulova. Guests include the world's foremost fashion technology pioneers, discussing textiles to retail and everything in between, it covers business news from startups to conglomerates, and the show has a fun and accessible morning radio vibe.
Rank #1: 205 – Ben Cooper of IoClothes – A New Era of Fashion Tech.
Bridging the gap between technology and the footwear, apparel & textile industries... Ben Cooper, Founder/Managing Director of IoClothes (helping companies deliver breakthrough innovation) discusses Wear Conference, wearable technology, and the spurring the intersection of fashion and technology. Recorded at the 2017 Wear Conference in San Francisco, CA. Powered by Sennheiser. Footwear in the army, bridging a gap, and the holy grail of data Cooper talks about his past as an athlete, physics, biomechanics, improving human performance, led footwear program for the US Army, exited from a tech company, led research and testing for VF Global Innovation Center, explored wearables, what’s lagging in the wearable space, bridging the gap between fashion apparel footwear industry and tech industry and ushering in a new era. Pursuing a model that opens up a platform, and having the same ability to impact companies regardless of size recognition. The holy grail of data, why data should be about adding more value, and the need more attempts for more data. Igniting creativity, facilitating the future, and bringing people together Io Clothes launching a beta, hoping to find value in interactions, a massive tech transfer department vs. handshake deals, and being meant to ignite creativity and collaboration. Being passionate about what can come on the other side, and how Io Clothes is a clearing house for consultants. Cooper doing the best he can to facilitate the future he wants to see. Bringing all these people together, like 99 Designs or Fiverr for the creative side. How answers are out there and one just needs to bring it together. Fishing, reflecting, and crushing goals Personal questions cover retreating with fishing, why second place mattered, the gift of a sleeping bag, taking time to reflect, and the clock doesn’t lie, reinventing and crushing goals. Hear more shows at MouthMediaNetwork.com .
Rank #2: 200 – Fashion Model Candice Huffine and Ziel CEO Marleen Vogelaar – The 200th Show.
Collaboration between on-demand active wear manufacturer and international model...Candice Huffine (international fashion model and Founder of Day Won – (bio)) and Marleen Vogelaar (Founder/CEO of Ziel, custom activewear collections, designed and delivered on-demand – (bio)) join Pavan Bahl, Rob Sanchez, Marc Raco and guest host (and editor for WWD) Andrew Nodell for the 200th episode of Fashion Is Your Business, recorded on location at La Marina Restaurant Bar and Beach Lounge in New York City and sponsored by Stylitics, Musefind and Instasleep. A model’s journey, from engineer to fashion brand founder, and an inspiring collaborationHuffine shared her journey as a plus-sized model, a decision at 15 years old to follow a dream, discovering an industry split into two, and a path she was meant to take, as a plus model, a.k.a. “curvy”, and as a role model to motivate people to look their best selves. Becoming a new runner, completing a full marathon, encouraging women to do something just for themselves, and taking on the latest role as a designer of a new fitness apparel line, collaborating with Ziel. Vogelaar discusses her background in 3D printing, as an engineer not a designer, co-founding Shapeways (the biggest on demand 3D fashion printing company in the world) learning how designers think, how being very tall created a desire and need to create her own clothing, seeing brand fragmentation happening, seeing a lot of technology to make custom clothing, and making a dedicated line for who someone is and what someone stands for like Huffine with Ziel – on-demand design and manufacturing service for retailers and brands.A new chapter, a new brand name, and propelling designersHuffine on the work she’s doing with Ziel, why it is both a continuation of her same journey and a new chapter, coming into partnership as knowledgeable and ready, as a natural progression for a model, creating a new brand, and preparing for a long time. She offers a scoop, announcing her new fitness apparel brand name “Day Won”! How Vogelaar is a frustrated buyer of fashion, and the purpose to propel new designers like Huffine, and making it so the women wearing the apparel feel that they can be doing something that makes them feel like the best version of themselves. Heptathlons, podcasts and movies, and blue crabsOff the Grid Questions cover the first thought of “Look at me”, pageant queen posters, training for heptathlons, growing up in a factory, building engines vs. the perfect pageant wave, a cash register obsession, spiders and sharks, being relevant, living through brands, staying on brand with podcasts and movies, Huffine gets a job offer, answering where your from, and elusive steamed blue crabs, feeling at home, and a good team. Note from the hosts: Thank you to all of our guests, listeners, team members, guest hosts, sponsors, and partners for 200 incredible shows. There is much more ahead! And thanks to all who attended our 200th Show recording event, and sharing the moment, the fun, the scenic view, the heat and the helicopters!
A podcast with a focus on fashion history.Featuring cohosts Jasmine, Joy, and Dana
Rank #1: 77. Roundtable: Minimalism in Fashion, Part I.
In part one of this Roundtable, Joy, Dana and Jasmine discuss minimalism in fashion. They talk about the history of minimalism and "define" what a minimalist lifestyle is and how applies to fashion and clothing.Sources & Useful Links:https://www.theminimalistwardrobe.com/minimalist-fashion-beginners-guide/ https://www.thissimplebalance.com/the-downside-to-minimalism-that-no-one-likes-to-talk-about/ https://www.dismantlemag.com/2019/01/07/closet-analysis/?fbclid=IwAR3S5ahlWd2kSlj480aEM4gHvPR4J8aTBgIV2bymjRFYwz12ut_KrOVCQSs https://www.apartmenttherapy.com/these-are-the-6-types-of-minimalists-which-one-are-you-250532 https://www.nytimes.com/2016/07/31/magazine/the-oppressive-gospel-of-minimalism.html https://www.theminimalists.com/ https://www.amazon.com/Life-Changing-Magic-Tidying-Decluttering-Organizing/dp/1607747308 https://blackminimalists.net/Learn more: Website: www.unravelpodcast.comPatreon: www.patreon.com/unravelpodcastPayPal: www.paypal.me/unravelpodcastInstagram: @unravelpodcastTwitter: @unravelpodcastFacebook: www.facebook.com/unravelpodcast/Pinterest: Unravel: A Fashion Podcast www.pinterest.com/afashionpodcast/Stitcher: www.stitcher.com/podcast/unravel-podcastWaller Gallery Website www.wallergallery.com/ Waller Gallery Instagram: @wallergalleryJasmine's Nicaragua Instagram: @recuerdosdenicaragua@recuerdosdenicaragua blog: https://www.jasminechelm.com/recuerdosdenicaragua-blog
Rank #2: 21. Drag History, Kim Chi, & RuPaul’s Drag Race: Interview with Eric Zhang.
Joy talks to independent fashion scholar and Drag Race expert, Eric Zhang about the history of drag and ball culture, the legendary RuPaul, and the presence and presentation of the Korean-American drag queen Kim Chi in season 8 of the TV series RuPaul’s Drag Race.Eric recently published an article with the Fashion Studies Journal: “Kim Chi and Me”Visit us below for images and fashion:www.unravelpodcast.comInstagram: @unravelpodcastTwitter: @unravelpodcastFacebook: www.facebook.com/unravelpodcast/