Rank #1: Instagram
Rank #2: 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: @JennyMWalton
Jenny’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
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Rank #3: Street Style Secrets
Rank #4: Clara Cornet on bringing back bricks and mortar in the digital age
In this episode, Monica and Camille head to Paris’ most famous shopping street to meet Clara Cornet, the creative and buying director for the new Galeries Lafayettes at 60 avenue des Champs Élysée. Clara cut her teeth as a buyer at Opening Ceremony in New York before taking over the new space that has been transformed by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels to lure big-spending tourists and trendy Parisians back to the tree-lined avenue. She is responsible for the store’s unique, often exclusive selection of brands and products as well as its intensely modern visual identity and digital content.
Clara is well-known in the industry for her confient eye, her knack for spotting and nurturing young designers and her ability to always be ahead of the game in an industry forever in search of something new. For example, she was among the first to work with Jacquemus. Now longtime pals, Clara and Simon Porte (Jacquemus) have teamed up again to create Citron, the shop’s foodie destination, a restaurant and cafe boasting Southern French flavours and ingredients that has fast become one of the most Instagrammable destinations in the capital. Your hosts sit down with Clara to discuss how she climbed the fashion ladder to end up in such a coveted role by the age of thirty, what it really takes to be a great buyer, and the highs and lows of opening a physical experience-led concept store in the age of e-comm.
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Rank #5: Hot Feminism
Rank #6: Modern Muse
Rank #7: Model Citizens
Rank #8: S02E07 Secrets from celebrity stylist Kate Young (+ bonus MET Ball rap!)
Celebrities. They just know how to look fabulous for every occasion, right? Well, no. Turns out, there is a fashion mastermind behind most red carpet moments these days, and none is more revered than Kate Young. As go-to stylist for the stars, Kate has put (and kept) names like Margot Robbie, Selina Gomez, Sienna Miller and Rachel Weisz on the fashion map. Oscars? Cannes? MET Gala? Publicity tours? You name it, she’s orchestrated the look for it!
Fashion No Filter flew to New York on the eve of The MET Ball — fashion’s biggest red carpet extravaganza — to catch up with Kate and find out what her job really entails.
Tune in for an unfiltered discussion on the current climate in fashion, what its really like working for Anna Wintour (Kate started her career at Vogue US where she went from being Anna’s assistant to holding the Sittings Editor position for many years before turning her attention to full time celebrity styling), the scoop on how fashion icons, and their iconic looks are made — from fittings to fiascos — not to mention some pretty real chat about what it means to be a feminist today.
And, stay for a bonus review of The MET Gala’s weirdest and most wonderful looks in the form of a rap (!) by beat poet/fashion publicist Sophie Roche Conti.
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