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WARDROBE CRISIS is a sustainable fashion podcast from VOGUE's sustainability editor Clare Press. Join Clare and her guests as they decode the fashion system, and dig deep into its effects on people and planet. This show unzips the real issues that face the fashion industry today, with a focus on ethics, sustainability, consumerism, activism, identity and creativity.
 
The podcast for people who love to sew – from the people who love to write about sewing! Brought to you by the editors of Threads magazine, this insightful podcast takes on topics important to sewing enthusiasts. Listen in for humor, wisdom, and opinions from expert guests and the Threads staff as they discuss sewing techniques, fashion design, fitting conundrums, and more. Use your ears to become a better sewer! Hear the talent behind the world’s top garment-sewing magazine.
 
Stitchery Stories... Where textile artists share their life in fabric and thread. Embroidery. Textile Art. Inspiration, Techniques, Disasters and Delights. Join embroidery enthusiast and textile art dabbler, Susan Weeks, in her friendly weekly chats with UK textile artists. Discover how they got started. Share the lessons learned along the way. Get excited about what they are working on at the moment. Learn how they keep their business growing, their creativity flowing, and get a sneak peek ...
 
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.
 
Thread x Roses is a lifestyle podcast about the intersection of fashion, ecology, and consumerism. Thread x Roses' mission is to provide a platform for honest dialogue, thought, and research on topics that encourage our listeners to think critically and question the society in which they live. What can you learn today to change the world tomorrow?
 
The Loose Threads Podcast explores the new consumer economy. Hosted by Richie Siegel, the founder of Loose Threads, each episode features an in-depth conversation with one guest that spans a range of topics, lasting about an hour. The unifying thread is always the rapid change facing the consumer, retail and commerce industry and how entrepreneurs are responding. You can listen to the podcast on any player of your choice: iTunes, Soundcloud, Overcast, Google Play. If you'd like to recommend ...
 
BE The Code, spotlights the most influential blacks in technology - from celebrities to financiers - and how they are reshaping the industry, with their unique perspectives. They take us on their journeys, offering winning strategies and game-changing advice. Created by Black Enterprise.
 
The hot new location for all your beauty needs. Learn how to stay beautiful on the inside and out with advice from Kay Durairaj, MD, a top plastic surgeon from Los Angeles, California. This podcast will feature the inside scoop on trends in plastic surgery, botox, fillers, beauty, and wellness. Guest stars will include influencers, entrepreneurs, and other top plastic surgeons across the country. Stay tuned for Beauty Bytes, and follow us on Instagram @beautybydrkay.
 
See the art world through my eyes as an art dealer with thirty years in the business. Interviews of unique and interesting individuals that collect, deal and find art as compelling as I do. Learn the pitfalls of the art world and the interesting cast of characters that are a constant thread of entertaining commentary. Pull up a chair with me, Mark Sublette and the Art Dealer Diaries.
 
"Pop, the Question" is a spirited dialogue about popular culture, produced by Pennoni Honors College at Drexel University. Hosted by Dr. Melinda Lewis, the series engages in conversations with guests about the ways in which popular culture intersects with their interests, research, and fields of study.
 
Lowell was born in Florida, but moved to Chicago at the age of 21 via the U.S. Navy. He got involved in the rave scene and fell in love with house music. He has been spinning records for 10+ years now. Lowell has 50+ mix CD's and has spun at raves, clubs, bars, fashion boutiques, sushi bars, record stores, billiards bars, warehouses, loft parties, basements, living rooms, bedrooms, campouts, indoors, outdoors, small and large (you name it) in places like Chicago, Detroit, Madison,WI and San ...
 
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Happy Friday, Beauty Byters! In this week’s Five Minute Friday, I will be discussing the impact of air pollution on skin! Exposure of the skin to air pollutants has been associated with skin aging and inflammatory or allergic skin conditions such as atopic dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis or acne. Although human skin acts as a biological shield agains…
 
"You can't farm spiders!" says this week's guest, scientist David Breslauer. You can keep more them in serious numbers spinning webs off hula-hoops suspended from your office ceiling though... Enter Bolt Threads, the Californian biotech company behind Microsilk - a bioengineered sustainable fibre used by Stella McCartney. Find out how they did it, …
 
Hi Beauties! On this week’s episode of Beauty Bytes with Dr. Kay: Secrets of a Plastic Surgeon, I am excited to be joined by the founder of Body Synergy Physical Therapy, Leizl Adolphi! We talk about how to improve body ergonomics, and explain the best daily stretching routines. Because of quarantine, most of us are working from home which is exace…
 
Before this week’s episode, we want to thank some lovely Patreon supporters: Amber, Christina, Jennifer, Kristen, and Jenna. We love you forever! We’d also like to thank this week’s sponsor, LoganArch! Check out their Chicago-based shop for all of your geeky and nostalgic needs. Last week we debuted our “Should I Watch/Read/Play/Listen to” series, …
 
I had Davison Koenig on the podcast today who is the Director/Curator of the Couse-Sharp Historical Museum in Taos, New Mexico. This Northern New Mexico museum is a wonderful experience as I've been there a couple of different times. I've visited the Couse residency before it was ever a museum and was amazing then and now it is spectacular. It was …
 
Phillipa Turnbull is an expert on historic crewel embroidery and has spent the last 25 years building her embroidery business The Crewel Work Company, which sells exquisite crewel embroidery kits and organises luxury embroidery retreats. Phillipa shares many inspiring stories around the ups and downs of building a business based around embroidery. …
 
Happy Friday, Beauty Byters! In this week’s Five Minute Friday, I will be discussing Kybella and Chin Liposuction! When choosing between Kybella and Chin Liposuction ask yourself if you want a procedure with minimal downtime and no anesthesia. If that is the case, Kybella is the option for you. Kybella is a fat melting shot and is great for spot re…
 
Before our episode, we want to shout out some of the wonderful people who are keeping The Sartorial Geek running via our Patreon: Audrey, Sharon, Leslie, Latoya, and Julianne. We love you forever! This week’s episode is sponsored by the wonderful geeky illustrator Karen Hallion. Click here to check out her beautiful art and her Patreon! Hello and w…
 
I had the award-winning Santa Clara potter Susan Folwell on the podcast today. She followed up a podcast that I recorded with her husband, Davison Keonig, the director of the Couse-Sharp Historic Site in Taos, NM. I loved this interview because I got to hear Susan's backstory in great and entertaining detail. Susan's mom, the famous contemporary po…
 
Hi Beauties! On this week’s episode of Beauty Bytes with Dr. Kay: Secrets of a Plastic Surgeon, I am excited to be joined by Youtube Stars, Cat&Nat! Cat&Nat are famous for their very honest podcast on all things motherhood. We talk about raising children and how we each attempt to balance kids and a career. We are not full time moms and it takes a …
 
Happy Friday, Beauty Byters! In this week’s Five Minute Friday, I will be discussing Thread Lifts! Thread-lifts are worth it for the right patient with the right skin laxity, done by the right injector. If you have mild to moderate skin laxity, the results can be great! For patients with too much skin laxity, a face lift is needed to tighten and tr…
 
I had Jared Chavez on the podcast a silversmith I carry and a person that I really respect as an artist. His father San Felipe silversmith Richard Chavez who I started buying his work 20 years ago whose work graces numerous museum collections. Father and son have done collaborative work but their styles are different and very unique. Jared experien…
 
How did denim get so unsustainable? And did it all start with stone washing? Our guest this week accepts responsibility for the industry going so hard on that. Francois Girbaud was there at the start, when, as he says “I was just a stupid guy” - and didn’t know about the environmental impact of stone washing. After that, of course, came acid wash, …
 
Hi Beauties! On this week's episode of Beauty Bytes with Dr. Kay: Secrets of a Plastic Surgeon, I am excited to be joined virtually by Youtube and Tiktok Star, Hyram. Hyram first became famous for posting his skincare secrets on Youtube which eventually translated over to Tiktok. Hyram is passionate about sharing affordable skincare brands with his…
 
Reed and David discuss what fall fashion and the typical "back to school" buying season will look like as they wear their respective basketball shorts and t-shirts. Is there going to be a need to buy clothes for this upcoming season as so many stay inside and many more face financial uncertainty? We also get into our favorites on the Taco Bell menu…
 
Heddels writer Reed Nelson and managing editor David Shuck run down the issues of the day including the mass exodus of retail in NYC (and what's left to fill it besides real estate speculators), how postal slowdowns/shutdowns affect small business, and should Patagonia be given any credit for taking this long to cut ties with potential forced labor…
 
It's easy to fall under the spell of Norman Kennedy as he shares stories of the old ways of spinning and weaving, which he learned from some of the last practitioners of their crafts. Growing up in Scotland, Norman was fascinated by the stories that the older spinners and weavers told—and even as they thought he was crazy to want to learn, they gla…
 
Happy Friday, Beauty Byters! In this week’s Five Minute Friday, I will be discussing Lip Filler! It is important to note that not all injectors have the same technique! Performing lip injections takes extreme precision, a delicate eye, and a ton of experience. When starting out with lip filler, always begin with small amounts. One syringe max on th…
 
Before our episode, we want to thank some of our very lovely Patreon supporters for keeping things running at The Sartorial Geek. So thank you Kimberly, Emily, Victoria, Ashlyn, and Maddie! You all know Alice and Nina as the two lovely humans who co-run our #SGFashionFix challenges, and I’m so excited to have them back today to discuss one of their…
 
Had a wonderful discussion with the contemporary pueblo potter Russell Sanchez of San Ildefonso pueblo. I've known Russell Sanchez for at least 30 years and we had a nice talk about what it means to be a potter and how pottery became his chosen field, including his tutelage from the famed pueblo potters Rose Gonzales and Tony and Anita Da who influ…
 
Collette Kinley is an embroidery artist who uses both free motion machine embroidery as well as hand embroidery, although she is really enjoying hand embroidery at the moment. Collette shares her story of how 'going for it' and a new piece of embroidery has sparked several exciting opportunities for her. Collette talks about her artistic journey so…
 
Hi Beauties! On this week’s episode of Beauty Bytes with Dr. Kay: Secrets of a Plastic Surgeon, I am excited to be joined with pop star, Becky G. She is a Mexican-American artist, who was born and raised in Inglewood. Success came very young for Becky, her first big single, Shower, was released when she was just fifteen years old. For her, being fa…
 
Happy Friday, Beauty Byters! In this week’s Five Minute Friday, I will be discussing the prebiotic, Inulin! Inulin is a type of soluble, but indigestible dietary fiber that improves digestive health, helps control diabetes, and aids with weight loss. Because inulin is highly versatile as a powder, it can be easily added to daily beverages, meals, a…
 
Celebrating a 25th episode special, "Pop, the Question" turns the tables on Host Dr. Melinda Lewis to play a little game of celebrity Love and Hate Island. Pop culture expert, Drexel University colleague, and longtime friend Dr. Katie Barak quizzes Dr. Lewis about the worthiness of various celebrities and cultural icons. Some earn an appointment to…
 
Kathleen Wall is a vibrant individual and well known Jemez potter who creates her figurine pots at Jemez New Mexico. She does wonderful figurines and masks, some of them being very large pieces. Kathleen explains her journey as a potter and how she got to where she is today and what it took to get there. It's a long hard road to be a potter especia…
 
Hi Beauties! On this week's episode of Beauty Bytes with Dr. Kay: Secrets of a Plastic Surgeon, I am excited to be joined virtually by Miss America 2014, Nina Davuluri. This amazing woman is the first contestant of Indian descent to ever win the Miss America pageant! She has used her platform to advocate for racial equality and break down deep soci…
 
Hi Beauties, This week on Beauty Bytes with Dr. Kay: Secrets of a Plastic Surgeon, we talk about prebiotics and how they're beneficial for your skin. Prebiotics are types of dietary fibers that sustain the beneficial microorganisms in the gut. During the process of digestion, prebiotics cannot be broken down because they are non-living, fermented c…
 
I had the pleasure of interviewing the contemporary artist Marla Allison today on Art Dealer Diaries. Marla is full of energy, creativity, smart, and was a very interesting guest. We discuss growing up in New Mexico at the historic Laguna Pueblo, and what it's like being Laguna, Hopi, Jemez, and Anglo, and what those cultural elements provide to yo…
 
Alison Carpenter-Hughes is a mixed-media artist who loves free machine embroidery. Today on the Stitchery Stories textile art podcast, Alison shares her life in fabric and thread. And since she decided to give her art practice her focus and 'go for it', there have been some fantastic opportunities reveal themselves to her. Alison talks about her ar…
 
Hi Beauties! On this week's episode of Beauty Bytes with Dr. Kay: Secrets of a Plastic Surgeon, I am excited to be joined virtually by founder of Alaya Naturals and my friend, Shauna Reiter. She first developed her superfood product brand after giving birth to her first son, Max. While nursing, she noticed her body was not receiving enough nutrient…
 
Happy Friday, Beauty Byters! In this week’s Five Minute Friday, I will be discussing the relationship between stress and graying hair. Some people are all about the “gray positive movement”, insisting that letting a headful of gray hair grow is empowering. On the other hand, some people do not like having gray hair because it goes against societal …
 
Professional optician and Threads author Susan Kistler of Nashville, Tennessee (SpecsNashville.com), discusses the special vision needs sewers have for a variety of tasks and offers advice for how to get the best eyeglasses for the kind of sewing you do. You can read Susan's article in Threads #211 (Oct./Nov. 2020), "Essential Techniques: See bette…
 
What’s in my clothes? If you’re asking that question, you probably expect the answer to be about fabric content. Polyester? Cotton? Wool maybe, or silk. But what about chemicals? You won’t find these listed on your typical garment label. Last Series, Clare interviewed Greenpeace activist Kirsten Brodde, who led the Detox My Fashion campaign, launch…
 
I had Mateo Romero on the podcast today. He is a fantastic painter and interesting individual and this interview is one of the more unique podcasts I've had the pleasure to record. On the Art Dealer Diaries, we generally talk about art but with Mateo, we gravitated to the topic of the current racial divide in the United States. Mateo has been invol…
 
On this week's episode of Beauty Bytes with Dr. Kay: Secrets of a Plastic Surgeon, I am excited to be joined virtually by an internationally acclaimed Cosmetic Dermatologist and my friend, Dr. Gabriela Casabona. She has dedicated the first 10 years of her career to mastering cosmetic rejuvenation of both the face and body. Dr. Casabona travels to t…
 
Hi Beauties, This week on Beauty Bytes with Dr. Kay: Secrets of a Plastic Surgeon, we talk about probiotics and how they're beneficial for your skin. Probiotics are microorganisms that are similar to the naturally occurring bacteria in your gut. They act as a protective shield against bad bacteria, preventing inflammation and premature aging of the…
 
We’d like to give a big thank you to this week’s sponsor, LoganArch! I’m embarrassed about how long it’s taken me to introduce you all to Missy and Merri, the duo behind Fake Geek Girls podcast. If you like what we’re doing at The Sartorial Geek (hi, thank you), I think you’ll also want to subscribe to Fake Geek Girls. Fake Geek Girls is a podcast …
 
I had Kim Peone on the podcast today who is the newest Executive Director of the non-profit organization SWAIA (Southwestern Association For Indian Arts). Every year SWAIA's banner event the Santa Fe Indian Market brings in millions of dollars for Native artisans and acts as a huge boost for the local economy. The event is always in the third week …
 
In the early twentieth century, it's estimated that 70%-95% of all clothing worn in America was made in a small section of midtown Manhattan. In 2020 it's less than 3%, but NYC's Garment District is still one of the most crucial communities in the entire global fashion industry. However, it's shrunk to the point where it's at risk of being uprooted…
 
Hi Beauties! On this week's episode of Beauty Bytes with Dr. Kay: Secrets of a Plastic Surgeon, I am excited to be joined by the amazing Tiktok star and influencer, Madi Monroe. This talented teen has become one of Tiktok's most popular creators with more than 9 million followers! She shares tips for getting famous on Tiktok and making original, ca…
 
This tip is one of Liz’s go to moves. When in doubt, go fancier. No need to go overboard here, but it always feels nicer to be slightly over dressed instead of under dressed. And there are so many simple ways to do this, like stepping up your accessory game! Special thanks to our editor + music composer Dan Ison and our executive producers for this…
 
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