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Best Fashiondesign podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Fashiondesign podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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What are the secrets behind some of the most successful women in the world? Each week designer Rebecca Minkoff talks to women from all walks of life, from CEOs to artists, and shows us what life is like without the pretty filters in order to help you navigate what it means to be vulnerable, how loss can make you stronger, and other ways to make your inner superwoman shine. Join us in being Superwomen, together! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/superwomen/support
 
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.
 
The fashion industry is brutally competitive...and we're all trying to get ahead. The problem is that everyone's so tight lipped with their strategies and resources. The Successful Fashion Designer is an "all secrets revealed" show by industry expert designer and educator Sew Heidi to help you gain the confidence, skills and insights to make it in a cutthroat market. The show covers topics such as breaking into the industry, getting promotions and raises, launching your own label and becomin ...
 
"It Starts Wit A Click" was created to help fashion photographers grow their businesses on their own terms. Hosted by Olivia Bossert. Find more info about Olivia and learn more fashion photography tips at www.oliviabossert.com
 
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All Grown Up Now
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ALL GROWN UP: A tale of retail, relocation, revenge, re-invention, reckless behavior, really good clothes, indiscretion, infidelity, domestic violence, and one kidnapping. This is a memoir, told in a series of podcasts, by Kenneth D. King, podcasting from his studio near union Square in New York City. It's the story of a small-town boy who dreams of being a “grown-up”, and his journey to get there. Each week, you'll hear another installment of his story. All Grown Up Now is the story of a li ...
 
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Yorbit Live!
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Yorbit Live! is programmed by Upland Avenue Productions' media division in which programming includes current events, book excerpt, interviews and original music curated by indie artists and writers. The future of radio - is ours.
 
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Fashion Wayfinder
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Welcome to this inspiring podcast for fashion creatives. Through intimate interviews with industry guests and fashion thinkers, Carla van Lunn provides you with inspiring stories and real information about fashion design and creativity. Carla and her guests dig deep into fashion’s purpose and power. Fashion Wayfinder will be your compass … guiding you to create with confidence, spirit and integrity.
 
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This episode is sponsored by Capital One Spark Business. It happens all too often. You get the job you’ve been wishing for, hoping for, knowing it suits you perfectly – only to find out that it doesn’t. Such was the case for Monique Bernstein. Working in market research in the first few years out of college, Monique realized her dream job wasn’ ...…
 
Have you been dreaming of beginning a freelance career, but don’t know where to start? Or maybe you’ve been freelancing for a while, but you still have a ton of questions! Between pricing, juggling projects, finding clients and resources, and more, it can be overwhelming to navigate the fashion freelancing world alone. In this special AMA episo ...…
 
Find out the latest trends in sewing machine embroidery from expert Katrina Walker in the Sewing with Threads Episode 23 video podcast. Katrina plays a key role in the ever-evolving world of sewing machine embroidery. She's a brand ambassador for Pfaff sewing and embroidery machines and a Sulky thread Sewcialite. Besides teaching classes, she d ...…
 
It’s not difficult for most women to think of a time in their careers when they wanted to ask for more money but didn’t – or maybe they did and were denied a raise or a higher starting salary on questionable grounds at best. Enter Claire Wasserman, whose company, Ladies Get Paid, is helping women around the world to advocate for themselves by h ...…
 
Cat Lee grew up with the intention of following in her father’s footsteps, and she did, for a while. After graduating from Stanford she immediately began work at Lockheed Martin where her father had made his career for 40 years. However, it wasn’t long until she realized that working in the defense industry was not kindling her passion for life ...…
 
(On this special episode, I get personal. If that's not your thing, no worries--it's back to fashion insider interviews on the very next episode!) I got bad news spring 2017 when I was 35. My husband and I were in line at the airport heading to Costa Rica when my phone rang. It was my doctor with test results, so I answered with "I’m heading on ...…
 
I've only had one dog, which raised the bar so high for fabulous dogs, I've never wanted another. Her name was Daisy, and she was the love of my life.By Kenneth D. King
 
This episode is sponsored by Capital One Spark Business. Special note: This episode contains a short discussion of eating disorders that may be sensitive for some listeners. Anne Mahlum isn’t going to sugarcoat things for you. She tells it like it is, and that’s probably one of the reasons she’s been so successful, first starting a non-profit t ...…
 
This week’s episode is all about getting you hired by that first fashion photography client. I know that the fashion industry can feel like theres a massive barrier to entry. But it doesn’t need to be. In this episode I go over the stages that you need to take to get from shooting for free, to getting paid to do what you love the most. Links me ...…
 
When Kerry Cooper was hired as a consultant for sustainable footwear company, Rothy's, she didn’t think she’d be sticking around. After working for multiple successful companies, Kerry enjoyed the flexibility that consulting gave her. It wasn’t long, however, before the company culture won her over. Built upon a strong foundation of eco-minded ...…
 
When you first decide to work in the fashion industry, going to fashion school can seem like the one thing you need to score your dream job. But as many fashion graduates discover, completing that degree is only one step in the complicated and sometimes frustrating process of breaking into the industry. In this interview, designer Kate Norkeliu ...…
 
This is an hommage to another of the powerful women who have influenced my life and career. Simmin (pronounced "Simone") Sethna taught me French Couture Patternmaking, as well as survival skills. At 5'1" in high heels, she remains a towering influence in my life.By Kenneth D. King
 
Embellishment expert and teacher Ellen W. Miller talks about writing Creating Couture Embellishment, a reference for garment embellishing techniques, in Episode 22 of Sewing With Threads. Her 400-page book is based on a couture details class she taught at Boston School of Fashion. She shares her painstaking process of photographing and writing ...…
 
Today's episode is a chat with Aaron Nace, the incredible photographer and founder of Phlearn.com, the website dedicated to teaching people who to master photoshop. I chose to focus our chat on video, because in all honesty, Aaron has had to become a master of video as well as photography, due to his work on Phlearn. We do also touch on photogr ...…
 
As employee #213, Karen Cahn joined Google relatively early in the game. Back in the day she was an account executive covering ad sales in New England and the entirety of Canada. A seemingly monumental task, Karen was up for the challenge, building keyword lists from scratch to help develop the system that we now have to thank for targeted adve ...…
 
Todays episode is all about film photography! I chat about my past experience with film, why I choose to shoot film, and how you can get started with it too. Resources to help you further: Negative Feedback: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTgaiv8YdmmNqI8STrpWc7w Willem Verbeeck: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIvTu9cuf-NZFzHPJZPH23Q Matt Da ...…
 
Is it possible to start a successful fashion brand when your niche is super small? Meet Erika Neumayer Ehrat of Rare Dirndl. Her full time job is designing and selling dirndls. Never found yourself desperately scouring the web for the perfect dirndl? We’re not surprised! It’s such a tiny niche market, it may not seem like a sustainable business ...…
 
We are a country built upon a foundation of slavery, and the truth is that that has affected every aspect of our culture. We live in an era of #blacklivesmatter and #metoo, spurred by the need to, once and for all, stare down the face of inequality, of institutionalized racism, sexism and fear – issues that should have been resolved years ago b ...…
 
Boys' Shorts 6 is about inspection stickers, motorcycle cops, and checkbooks.By Kenneth D. King
 
This episode is sponsored by Capital One Spark Business. Being a mom is hard. There’s no other way around it. It’s beautiful and amazing too, but it comes with challenges. Everyone has an opinion on the right way to parent, and sometimes that advice comes uninvited. It takes a special person to share their family life with the world, knowing th ...…
 
Where do I even begin with this interview?! Sebastian Sabal Bruce is a photographer that I have personally admired for a long time. His work is gorgeous, and to hear his story was incredibly inspiring. Not only that, in this interview he shares a wealth of industry knowledge, and tips on how to get forward in the industry. If you want to shoot ...…
 
We’ve all been there. In search of the perfect product that is holistic, natural, and good for us, only to be torn between brands that seem to veer to the very luxe or the "crunchy granola." Not that there’s anything wrong with either end, but it’s clear that the market has been missing a happy medium! Enter Golde, the delicious and nutritious ...…
 
Fashion is a tough scene. Even when you manage to break into the fashion industry, how do you get into your dream category? With so much competition for design jobs, it seems like luck can play the biggest factor in many designer’s careers. But what if you could make luck work for you? In this episode, we spoke to Allion Juhasz. Allison has spe ...…
 
Sticking to the theme of money, today we're looking at ways that fashion photographers can make money - there's more ways than you think!By Olivia Bossert
 
This episode is sponsored by Capital One Spark Business. Pregnancy can be overwhelming, especially the first time around. Your body is changing, hormones are shifting, and you just want to know which nail polish won’t be harmful to your baby. CEO Ericka Perry found herself in a pickle when her best friend needed help finding pregnancy and beaut ...…
 
Sometimes we don't quite know in the moment, what a particular thing will mean over time. This story, of a piece of jewelry I made early in my career, illustrates one instance in my life, where the long view made sense when looking at the history of that particular piece.By Kenneth D. King
 
Image consultant, teacher, and author Nancy Nix-Rice shares her thoughts and advice on how to create a flattering, versatile wardrobe in the Sewing with Threads Episode 21 video podcast. During the podcast, she explains her philosophy of choosing fabrics for sewing garments. She also delves into the "core four" method of building a wardrobe, an ...…
 
The ultimate question that everyone wants answered... In today's episode, I'm going to do my best to help you figure out how to price yourself. Helpful resources: The Independent Girls Club Jenna Kutcher’s Pricing Guide Profit First Book (affiliate link) Getty Images Usage Calculator AOP Usage Calculator Freelancer Fees These Blog Posts by FSto ...…
 
Nicole Lapin may be a financial expert, but that doesn’t mean she was born knowing an index from an S&P fund. Growing up in challenging conditions, not the least of which was being a first generation American, Nicole always knew she wanted to be in news. She took it upon herself to get a job in the industry and slowly started working her way up ...…
 
Sometimes it seems like there are as many ways to sell your fashion brand as there are types of fabric! But when you’re starting a fashion brand, should you sell your pieces on consignment? On this show, you’ll hear from Sam Murkoff. Sam’s brand, Manhattan Knights, was born when he started refashioning vintage tee shirts for himself and his fri ...…
 
In my time in retail, I encountered a number of formidable women--individuals who had style, class, humor, and power. This podcast is an hommage to some of them.By Kenneth D. King
 
Hello! I'm back! It's been a few months since i recorded an episode for the podcast. I took a break for the summer, and you'll find out all about it in todays little life update. I'll be back next week with a solo show :)By Olivia Bossert
 
This episode is sponsored by Capital One Spark Business. If you’ve ever been a teenage girl, or if a teenage girl secretly lives within your heart, you’ve probably lusted after the iconic, candy-colored hair dyes made famous by Manic Panic. Coming of age in New York in the 1970’s, Tish and Snooky were born performers. The sisters have always be ...…
 
Laura Brown came up in the 80’s – a period devoid of the internet and Instagram, where fashion inspiration came almost exclusively in the form of magazines. To make things worse for a young fashionista living in Australia, as Laura did, those magazines arrived three months after their release date. Laura was hungry for the glitz and the glam, a ...…
 
Starting a fashion brand from scratch is a massive challenge. And when you don’t have big investors and influential connections, it can seem impossible. But these three young entrepreneurs found a way to beat the odds and make their brand a reality. Meet Salvatore Graci, Angelo Acquista, and Luca Graci, founders of luxury streetwear brand CSNV ...…
 
Success is different things to different people. There are the markers of success--fame, money, exposure in the media--but who defines it? And why not define it for oneself?By Kenneth D. King
 
We’ll address the big question first: Christina Stembel of Farmgirl Flowers really did grow up on a farm. Growing up in northern Indiana, Christina was expected to fulfill her womanly duties as a wife and mother while her brother went off to college. But Christina had other plans. She hightailed it to New York within two weeks of graduating fro ...…
 
In the Sewing with Threads Episode 20 video podcast, custom clothier and teacher Pamela Howard discusses how to select fabrics that work for a chosen pattern and which fabrics are the most flattering for your shape. Her suggestions go well beyond the fabrics recommended on a commercial pattern.
 
This episode is in partnership with SAP Success Factors. Dee Poku remembers what it was like when she worked for big movie studios. No need to make her own travel plans, or worry about her computer getting fixed. All that was taken care of; just walk out the door and a car will be there to take you where you need to go. All that changed when sh ...…
 
Whether you’re still in fashion school, or you’re looking toward your next opportunity, you’re probably wondering how to stand out in your fashion career. In such a competitive industry, it can feel like an uphill battle to even get noticed by fashion hiring managers among stiff competition. On this episode, we talk to London designer Barbara H ...…
 
We learn the hilarious circumstances whereby Ken gets his first sunburn in Oklahoma City in 1981!By Kenneth D. King
 
Bed. We spend a third of our lives there, and yet oftentimes, our beds, or what we put on them, become somewhat of an afterthought. Ariel Kaye sought to change that. After spending some years in advertising, Ariel came to a point where she was looking for more excitement, and more of a direct way to connect with people. She had always been pass ...…
 
This episode is in partnership with SAP SuccessFactors. She’s self-described as “messy” and can play the piano by ear – as long as it’s in the key of C. No, we’re not talking about Katy Perry – Katie Couric is here, she’s caffeinated, and she’s ready to sing for you! A household name for decades, it only makes sense that after years in broadcas ...…
 
It's a summer of your favorite episodes! This episode, which originally aired June 12, 2017, was nominated as one listeners loved! In this episode I’m chatting with Chris Kidd, founder of Style Careers, the largest fashion only job listing site. With inside access to fashion industry employers and exposure to job seekers at their career fairs, ...…
 
In this episode, we hear of the time when Sir Elton sent flowers to Ken's studio-warming party in 1989. The effect of this gesture was to finally convince Miss Ann that her son had actually "made something of himself".By Kenneth D. King
 
Jill Kargman is not your neighborhood soccer mom and she doesn’t play one on TV, either. Her dark sense of humor and love of all things goth might put her out of place at most “mommy and me” gatherings, but this is especially true on the swanky Upper East Side where she originates. However, Jill isn’t one to waste her time worrying about what o ...…
 
In the Sewing with Threads Episode 19 video podcast, Threads Digital Ambassador and vintage pattern aficionado Peter Lappin shares his latest vintage pattern creations, discusses his upcoming camp shirt class, and delves into garment plackets and interfacings.
 
This episode is in partnership with SAP SuccessFactors. How would your life be different if you were less afraid to make mistakes, to “fail”? Amy Shecter doesn’t think women let themselves fail enough, and she thinks it’s high time we become less risk-averse. Statistically, she says, women will only take risks when they feel 95-100% confident i ...…
 
It's a summer of your favorite episodes! This episode, which originally aired November 26, 2018, was nominated as one listeners loved! Being a lingerie designer is its own unique and interesting niche of working in the fashion industry. There are tons of different things you have to think about compared to designing, let’s say, shirts or jacket ...…
 
In this short episode, learn about how Ken ruined a career in fast food. Also, mud wrestling!By Kenneth D. King
 
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