UNDRESSED explores what it means to live your life with style. Hosted by Megan Collins of Style Girlfriend, this fun and informative interview series lets you listen along and learn as she picks the brains of interesting people to discover their secrets, inspiration, perspective, and advice on living a stylish life.
Each episode Christine Cyr Clisset, of the sewing blog daughterfish.com, interviews creators and makers in the home sewing, fashion, and textile communities, ranging from independent pattern and textile designers, to couture experts and museum curators.
Elizabeth Morris, nail tech, certified educator, and salon owner, provides you the one-stop-shop for business advice, inspiration, education, and all things nails. Change your business, get motivated, and increase your bottom line.
The Classy Career Girl Podcast: Career Advice For Professional Women
A Classy Career Girl is a girl who shows class, elegance, style, high standards of personal behavior, skill and grace. My mission is to help you become happy, successful and balanced in your work and life while demonstrating class, skill and integrity. My goal is to give you the great advice I received and the advice that I WISH I would have received. You will find advice on this blog to help you be the best you can be. Topics include career motivation, personal development, business chic fashion, office etiquette, job search advice, balance, health, networking and education.
Nicole and Jenny, two San Francisco knitters, talk about yarn, books, patterns, blogs, and ways to deal with life under the weight of the stash. Jenny has been knitting since 2005 and Nicole's had work on the needles since 2002. Join the duo as they get together each week to talk about the subject that consumes them.
An online beauty conversation with Muas and Beauty Experts Denise & Janice Tunnell. Our goal is to inspire and educate one conversation at a time. We bring the Beauty Industry to you every Sunday night at 9pm EST.
StyleWire is where ambitious entrepreneurs learn from fashion industry mavens via weekly interviews with your host, Arthur Cundy. Learn from fashion designers, photographers, stylists, producers, bloggers and more to build a business like Oscar de la Renta, Vera Wang, Sophia Amoruso, Donna Karan, and Marc Ecko. We talk about how they got started, what challenges they faced, and even what tools they use every day in their fashion business. You'll be inspired to build the business of your dreams.
Remy Toh, a renowned celebrity fashion stylist shares his experience of over 30 years in men's fashion. Sometimes he shares great stories from his work with people such as George Benson, John F Kennedy Jr., Sharon Stone, Kevin Sorbo, Ice-T, Larry Fitzgerald and many many more.
How does one begin to piece together an exhibition made up of more than 150 ensembles—dating from the early 20th century to today—that illustrate the dichotomy between handmade haute couture and machine-made fashion? Enter Andrew Bolton, the star curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute. Here, Bolton discusses everything from his plans to (once again) engage the viewer’s imagination in a temporary context with “Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology” to the Chanel Fall 2014 Couture “supermodern” bridal moment that inspired it all. The exhibition is set to open May 5, but you can tune in to episode 20, part one, now for a peek at what’s to come.
Protecting your business couldn't be more important. We all need to safeguard our successes and ensure our hard work doesn't get wasted by a simple accident. In this episode Nanci Soltani of Fandango Salon shares her amazing and eye-opening story.
Filmmaker Vicki Vasilopoulos discusses her documentary, Men of the Cloth, which follows three Italian master tailors in the U.S. and Italy. Christine and Vicki also chat about her newest project, The Little Dress: A Journey of Hope, that will tell the story of a 100-year-old woman who sews a dress a day for girls in Malawi. Outro:”Where the River Run” by Ketsa.
In this episode Ru and Michelle are joined by Vivica A. Fox and Thomas Roberts. They discuss Raekwon, touring with BOTS, Hamilton, the Oscar de la Renta exhibit, RuPaul’s DragCon, the Divas of Drag, Company, Independence Day: Resurgence, the origin of Vivica's showbiz name, how she landed the role of Independence Day, marriage, Baltimore accents, MSNBC, and a hair shrine to Ru. This episode is sponsored by Squarespace and Wealthfront.
André Leon Talley sits down with Anna Wintour, to talk about the May Issue; this is the first of what will be regular appearances by Vogue's Editor-in-Chief. After, Tonne Goodman joins ALT to give us the scoop on the cover shoot with superstar Taylor Swift.
In this episode, André Leon Talley interviews Andrew Rossi, the director of "The First Monday in May," in theaters April 15th. Andrew shares everything that went into the making of the Met documentary (from trying not to break any of the fine art in the museum while filming to which designer kept him waiting for 5 hours).
We are not lowly nail techs who can blame our ignorance on our vocations. If we want to be treated like businessmen and women then we need to start acting like it. Here are my key success factors that you should be addressing in your individual businesses. You CAN take your business to the next level if you focus your energies in the right way.
In this episode Ru and Michelle are joined by Debbie Harry and Chris Stein from Blondie. They discuss Ru in Nelson’s homemade video, Cate Blanchett's lace front wig from the movie Carol, Michael Keaton’s Batman, New Jersey, plowing, cars, how Debbie Harry almost got abducted by a guy who could have been Ted Bundy, New York, how Debbie & Chris work together after being lovers, Blondie songs in movies, Call Me, Chuck Lorre writing French Kissing, and Mary Lambert. This episode is sponsored by Squarespace and Casper.
A current exhibit at the Museum at FIT explores the connection between haute couture and the folk stories of the Brothers Grimm, Hans Christian Andersen, and Charles Perrault, among others. Christine and associate curator Colleen Hill chat about the process of organizing the show, how fast fashion is pushing designers toward the fantastical, and why we might want to teach kids traditional fairy tales rather than the sanitized Disney versions. See the exhibit virtually by visiting http://exhibitions.fitnyc.edu/fairy-tale-fashion/. Music: “Sweet Water” and “Welcome Home," by David Szesztay.
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.”
Whether you missed it or want more, the April issue comes to life in the latest installment of the Vogue podcast. In episode 16, André Leon Talley kicks things off with a complete reading of Rihanna’s feature story before ringing up Fashion Director Tonne Goodman. Why is a full-length cover such a rarity? What is it about RiRi that makes it work (work, work)? Tune in to get the full story beyond what’s written in the magazine.
In this episode Ru and Michelle are joined by Faith Evans. They discuss Radio, Disney World, Australia, staying humble, Nicole Kidman, Bad Boy Records, Faith Evans' story of being assaulted by a police officer, growing up in foster care, Sam Fine, being married to the Notorious BIG, Biggie's funeral, the music business, and her book 'Keep the Faith'. This episode is sponsored by Squarespace and Casper.
In episode 15, Vogue Beauty Director Celia Ellenberg catches up with Bobbi Brown, fresh off the Fall 2016 fashion show circuit. From the messy hair and glowing skin she created backstage at Marchesa to the must-have beauty products she can’t live without, Brown gives us a lesson in how to use makeup to look better, and it (spoiler) doesn’t involve a Kardashian contouring kit.
In this episode Ru and Michelle discuss reality TV, allergies, cough syrup through anuses, whip its, Manuca Honey, Room, blocks of judgement, Ru’s relationship with his father, adoption, Oscars, Rikki & the Flash, The Hateful Eight, brilliant acting, therapy, and Ru unleashing his anger on screen. This episode is sponsored by Squarespace and Kurly Klips.
In this special bonus episode, Vogue Executive Director of Communications Hildy Kuryk and Fashion Director Tonne Goodman discuss two-time March cover girl Adele. From the gradual evolution of her signature look since gracing the pages of the magazine in 2012 to the overnight creation of the Erdem frock she wears in this month’s issue, tune in to the Vogue podcast and go behind the singing sensation’s cover, then and now.
Episode 159: Stitches 2016 Post-Game Show Curried Cables Audrey in Unst Vintage rubber buttons Java socks Pomball hats Caprica/Adama cowl Sesame Street Socks Miele vest Monster cowl White Birch Fiber Arts Canon Hand-Dyes Pigeonroof Studios Western Sky Knits Blue Bee Studios/Elizabeth Doherty Marklee Woodfords Cardigan Space Cadet Yarns Dragonfly Fibers Neighborhood Fiber Company Jenny's Stitches yarns (the 9 most recent entries in her stash) Nicole's Stitches yarns March is for Mitts Morning at the Tate Letter B by the Beetles
In episode 13, Alexander Wang takes a break from fitting models for his Fall ready-to-wear show to talk to André Leon Talley and reminisce on rising through the ranks before ultimately winning the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund in 2008. Clearly, Wang knows a thing or two about working one’s way up the fashion totem pole (even working as an intern in the Vogue fashion closet!), and on the eve of The Fashion Fund season 3 premiere, Wang and Vogue Accessories Director Selby Drummond shared their pearls of wisdom for the new class. Tune in to hear what they had to say about surviving the months-long CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund competition, or Vogue Boot Camp, as Drummond calls it, where “if you’re not 30 minutes early, you’re late.” The pressure is officially on!
It's not easy being a business person and wanting to be there for your family and friends. I have found a technique that has really helped me get the most out of my working hours, helped me focus so I can be more present, and also be more successful in all facets of my life.
In this episode Ru and Michelle are joined by Ross Mathews. They discuss their target net worths, supporting family, moving to San Francisco, Palm Springs, growing up in Mt Vernon, Walmart, Ross' career trajectory, Glenn Beck, Straight Talk with Ross, and dirty spanish phrases. This episode is sponsored by Squarespace and Casper.
We have an amazing guest tonight. Not only is she beautiful on the outside, but she’s beautiful on the inside as well. And she’s gonna tell us a little bit because she’s gonna share everything about makeup. And I’ll talk about makeup and the importance of how it changes you, how you feel about yourself with confidence. The post Podcast: Makeup the Right Way for a more Confident You! appeared first on Styling Faith.
Big Ups explores the lighter side of what it means to lead a stylish guy’s lifestyle. Follow along as Brittany gives "big ups" to guys that are getting it right when it comes to style, fitness, dating, and well everything - come for the praise, leave with tips to apply it to your own life too.
In this exclusive interview, Laura Poitras speaks with editor Abby Aguirre about her exciting career, her upcoming show at the Whitney, and what it felt like to be under government surveillance.
In this episode Ru and Michelle are joined by Cheyenne Jackson. They discuss Broadway, Cheyenne's childhood in Idaho, Broadway, how Cheyenne booked his first musical on Broadway, Xanadu, meeting Tina Fey, acting in 30 Rock, Hamilton, Sondheim, working with Michael Feinstein, Sia, American Horror Story, Todrick Hall, Behind the Candelabra, and finding your own voice. This episode is sponsored by Squarespace and Kurly Klips.
We are happy to bring to you our interview with Caricaturist Cathy Nolan, we discussed real beauty while Cathy Drew my caricature. See the final product below: Watch the interview or you can read the transcript as well. CATHERINE STORING: Hello, everyone. I’m so excited! As you heard, my name is Catherine Storing and this is the Style Queen Podcast. Thank you so much for being here and I see Jennifer saying, “Hello!” People are saying, “Hello!” It’s so exciting. Thank you, guys. So, I’m gonna read a little bit about who Cathy is. Obviously, I know who she is and many of you do, but for those of you that don’t, I’m gonna tell you who this awesome lady is. So, let me just tell you. So, Cathy Nolan has been in caricaturist and illustrator for over 20 years. With her love for art and making people smile, Cathy’s work has brought joy to clients worldwide. Originally form Chicago, she studied Art at Siena Heights University and they moved to New York City. The Big Apple taught her to be ...
In this episode, André interviews the two actresses and executive producers Alysia Reiner and Sarah Meghan Thomas of the new film "Equity," just released at Sundance. Alyssa and Sarah co-founded a production company Broad Street Pictures in order to produce thought-provoking films to better serve women in the film industry. “Equity” is their first feature debut, and the movie is unique as it is all about female powerhouses on Wall Street. André cover everything from the fashion in the movie to Alysia and Sarah's balancing acts as working mothers.
In this episode Ru and Michelle are joined by JuJu Bee. They discuss their radio show, Lee Daniels, fried chicken, meeting an adoring young fan, the expectations of Drag Race, General Hospital, Drag Race All Stars, Raven, and her male name 'Airline'. This episode is sponsored by Squarespace and Casper.
On the first Undressed episode of the new year, Megan sits down with Adam Rank of NFL Fantasy Live and Madden Live. Listen along as we chat about Super Bowl predictions, football analyst stereotypes, and stand-up comedy.
Last week, André Leon Talley had an exciting call with actor, producer and director Ben Stiller about the much-anticipated movie Zoolander 2, coming out February 12th. André and Ben cover everything from Derek and Hansel’s closing of the Valentino show in Paris last March to the A-List cast of cameo’s starring in this year’s biggest sequel. Ben also shares his excitement about being the first male character to grace the cover of Vogue, as well as his experience of being the star of a Vogue photoshoot. Additionally, Fashion Director Tonne Goodman joins André in the podcast studio to reveal behind the scenes details about the February cover shoot with Derek Zoolander and the beautiful Penelope Cruz.
Are you an introvert that have issues with selling, presenting yourself or your products to others? Then this podcast episode is for you. Catherine interviewed expert sales coach and business consultant Kelly James. During this interview you will get great tips to become a better salesperson doing it in a way that feels natural to you. The post Episode 2 – Selling for Introverts with Kelly James appeared first on Styling Faith.
In this episode Ru and Michelle are joined by Tiffany "New York" Pollard. They discuss David Bowie's death, Celebrity Big Brother, Bucky, Flavor of Love, Hoops, Shaq, Lamb Chop, I Love New York, dealing with fame, and hair. This episode is sponsored by Squarespace and Kurly Klips.
Episode 157: Now That's What I Call Knitwear Jenny's seven hats (starting in row 3) Nicole's 2015 hats Nicole's 2015 projects Alana Dakos' store--Never Not Knitting Red Cup Controversy Let's Blow this Popsicle Stand Tanis Fiber Arts Mielie Vest Avenue Yarns Starshower cowl Coburn pullover Lion Brand Amazing Clincher pattern KISKAL: January is for socks Champagne Gala Evening Calm Quenna Lee's Etsy shop Squircle Saffran Cardigan In Triplicate Flatland Elsa Wool Fingering Ranger Redford Music: "The Knitting Song," Sophie Madeleine
I hope you are ready for a serious kick in the pants because you are about to get a serious lesson in accountability. No more fooling around, no more lazing around and saying I may want this or I may want that, you need to start acting accordingly. You have to get serious about what you want, don’t lie in bed and hope you are going to get it, sleep late and laze around watching TV all day hoping you may get it! You have to figure out what you want in life, and that is not going to happen while lying in bed, while you are sleeping in late or watching TV, let’s STOP talking about what it is that we want and let’s do it. The post Episode 1 – Accountability & Kick in The Pants: What Do You Really Want appeared first on Styling Faith.
Is a blackout a sign of a good time or a problem? ELLE's January issue features Living in Oblivion by writer Sarah Hepola. In this episode Sarah shares her experiences with binge drinking and discusses women and alcohol with ELLE's Hannah Swerling and Lena de Casparis.