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Positive Leadership

Jean-Philippe Courtois

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Positive Leadership has the power to change the world. By focusing on trust, empathy and wellbeing, leaders can energize their teams to achieve success for individuals, their organization, and society overall. But it is still something that is relatively unknown outside academic circles. Join Jean-Philippe Courtois, a member of the Microsoft executive senior leadership team, as he brings Positive Leadership to life for anyone who acts in a leadership capacity, both personally and professiona ...
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Crossroads is a channel from The Epoch Times focused on political discussion, traditional values, spirituality, and philosophy. Join host Joshua Philipp as he speaks with experts and authors about politics, history, and the values that are worth keeping.
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Private markets are opaque and unfamiliar to many people. Within the podcast series 'Private Markets Unleashed', we are interviewing fascinating individuals representing diverse alternative asset classes to enhance transparency and foster greater understanding of private markets.
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The academic treatment for English-speakers who get that soccer is more than gamedays, stars and goals. Who wonder about the histories, subcultures and politics that make the game so different from many American sports cultures; and who care about a critical take on soccer as a global capitalist machine. A European-guided journey, with one expert "visiting professor" each episode.
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Thinkers & Ideas

BCG Henderson Institute

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Inspiring and thought-provoking conversations with leading thinkers about influential ideas on business, technology, economics, and science. Hosted by Martin Reeves, Chairman of the BCG Henderson Institute, and Philipp Carlsson-Szlezak, Global Chief Economist of BCG. For more ideas and inspiration, sign up to receive BHI INSIGHTS, our monthly newsletter, and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com ...
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History of the Germans

Dirk Hoffmann-Becking

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The podcast that does what it says on the tin: a narrative history of the German people that starts in the year 919 AD and hopes to get all the way to 1991. Episodes are 25-35 min long and drop on Thursday mornings. As Gregory of Tours (539-594) said: "A great many things keep happening, some good, some bad". HotGPod is now entering its 8th season. So far we have covered: Ottonian Emperors (# 1- 21) - Henry the Fowler (#1) - Otto I (#2-8) - Otto II (#9-11) - Otto II (#11-14) - Henry II (#15- ...
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It's me, your friend Busy Philipps! My creative partner Caissie St. Onge & I love making things that we believe people need & will love & we’ve had so many plans. We had plans to do a TV show that would shake up late night! And we think it kinda did! For six months. We adored our genius, scrappy creative team at “Busy Tonight” as much as we loved our audience, so when we broke the news that we’d been canceled, we vowed to get back up & make even bigger plans to invent a whole new way of doin ...
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At the Coalface is a series of conversations hosted by Philippe Rose. Philippe and his guests share stories about their life beyond the headlines of international affairs. They look for lessons learned about making an impact in the world as practitioners in diplomacy, international organisations, NGOs, journalism and the private sector. Many of Philippe's guests are connected by their common experience of taking time away from work to attend Fletcher School's Global Master of Arts Programme.
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Welcome to the Philipp Boulanov podcast, where Turo, GetAround, HyreCar and other platforms get discussed. We talk about how to develop and manage your business. Guests share their experiences and ideas for the future.
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Astonishing Legends

Astonishing Legends Productions

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The world is more mysterious than most people are comfortable imagining. We cross paths with the mystical from time to time and may not even notice it. If we do, we quickly return to our usually mundane daily existence. But what if we not only acknowledged the unknown, we investigated it and spoke with those in the know? That’s what co-hosts Scott & Forrest, and their producer Tess Pfeifle do at Astonishing Legends. Over 100 million downloads and hundreds of thousands of listeners have shown ...
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Wag The Dog FM

Philippe Borremans

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A weekly Public Relations focused podcast where I interview though leaders on different topics ranging from Reputation Management to Crisis Communication and Social Media...
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The later Hohenstaufen, Henry VI, Philipp von Schwaben, Otto IV, Frederick II and Konradin cover some of the most famous events of the High Middle Ages. The capture of Richard the Lionheart, the conquest of Sicily, the battle of Bouvines, the Fifth Crusade, the court of Frederick II, Cortenuova and the epic final struggle between the pope and the emperor. This is a narrative history in weekly 25-30 minute episodes that had initially been published in the History of the Germans Podcast. This ...
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Philipp Hartmann became a dad of five under two in 13 months. In our first season "Being Dad" we meet unique, inspirational fathers who share their own experiences and stories. DADICATED.COM aims empower men in their vital role as Dads. Our mission is to help facilitating family success. = Also follow us on www.instagram.com/beingdad_official Please do reach out with ideas for awesome Dads you'd like to put forward. = #dads #moms #family #parents #empowerment #dadication #children #fathers # ...
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These videos introduce some scientists working on self-organizing networked systems and their applications. The interviews are about research, life, and the fun behind both. They are about students who are crazy about engineering, senior researchers loving Austrian food, and senior professors explaining their research visions.
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Data Science Conversations

Damien Deighan and Philipp Diesinger

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Welcome to the Data Science Conversations Podcast hosted by Damien Deighan and Dr Philipp Diesinger. We bring you interesting conversations with the world’s leading Academics working on cutting edge topics with potential for real world impact. We explore how their latest research in Data Science and AI could scale into broader industry applications, so you can expand your knowledge and grow your career. Every 4 or 5 episodes we will feature an industry trailblazer from a strong academic back ...
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Exit 31

Reggie Philippe

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here to just talk about my life and hopefully i can relate to some of you Cover art photo provided by Ryan Oswick on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@ririoswi Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/reggie-philippe/support
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Era of the creative

Jean-Philippe etienne

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A podcast focused on the people behind the cameras. the ones who arent always seen and appreciated. Photographers, videographers, Directors, producers. Their stories, their adventures their lives.
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For a decade, Dave Asprey, “the father of biohacking,” elevated what you knew about the capabilities of your mind and body across a thousand episodes of Bulletproof Radio. Now, he’s evolving it even further in his plan to upgrade humanity. You’re invited to expand your knowledge, explore your own performance and embrace possibility with The Human Upgrade™. You’ll meet bright thinkers and radical doers who push the boundaries of science, technology, personal development, and human performance ...
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Hunter Gatherers

Philippe Koo & Teckwyn Lim

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Discussions about foraging cultures, peoples and practices with anthropologists, researchers, advocates, artists, and hunter gatherers themselves. Hosted by Philippe Koo and Teckwyn Lim.
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Whatever your business conundrum, there’s a TED Talk for that—whether you want to learn how to land that promotion, set smart goals, undo injustice at work, or unlock the next big innovation. Every Monday, host Modupe Akinola of Columbia Business School presents the most powerful and surprising ideas that illuminate the business world. After the talk, you'll get a mini-lesson from Modupe on how to apply the ideas in your own life. Because business evolves every day, and our ideas about it sh ...
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The Cardano Effect

Rick McCracken, Philippe Pierre-Antoine

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The Cardano Effect is a podcast that takes high level developer information and projects that are occurring within the Cardano space and breaks them down into bite sized consumable pieces of information for everyday use.
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Launched in February 2007, Monocle is a premium media brand with magazine, web, audio, retail and broadcast divisions. With coverage of forgotten states, alluring political figures, emerging brands, fresh forces in popular culture and inspiring design solutions, our mission is to keep an eye and an ear on the world.
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WatchGeekTime

Scott Goldman / Jody Daley

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An ongoing conversation about heritage, history, and why we're so hooked on horology. For an hour each week, we talk about everything from watches to... watches.
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How do we design for timelessness? And how do we strike a balance between human-centric design features and technical innovation? It’s a topic that V-Zug discusses in this special episode of ‘Monocle on Design’, featuring a creative panel of Andrea Caputo, Philippe Malouin and Sabine Marcelis. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily r…
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This week, Busy’s and Caissie’s friend, the host of the Glamorous Trash podcast, Chelsea Devantez, stops by to talk about her new memoir, “I Shouldn’t Be Telling You This (But I’m Going to Anyway)” where she covers what it’s like to be donor conceived and diagnosed with CPTSD. And after revisiting the many traumas they have all faced, they all take…
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The kingdom is in turmoil. Two pretenders fight for supremacy. On the one side, Philipp of Swabia, son of the emperor Barbarossa, brother of Emperor Henry VI. and head of the House of Hohenstaufen. In the opposite corner stands Otto IV., son of Henry the Lion, protégé of king Richard the Lionheart and preferred candidate of pope Innocent III. prota…
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Economic crises can and do happen. But for every true crisis, there are many false alarms, says economist Philipp Carlsson-Szlezak. He explains how to live with the media's pervasive economic doomsaying, why we should stop treating financial forecasts like a precise science — and what we should embrace instead. After the talk, Modupe shares why she…
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In this special Upgrade Spotlight episode of "The Human Upgrade," Philipp Samor von Holtzendorff-Fehling, founder and CEO of Quantum Upgrade and Leela Quantum, joins the show to talk about quantum energy. Since his last appearance on the show, Philipp has made significant advances in harnessing quantum energy to promote health and wellness. You'll …
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Nadine Batchelor-Hunt and David Brennan discuss Brazil recalling its ambassador to Israel, whether Trump-aligned Supreme Court justices should recuse themselves, the scaling down of London’s only local daily and whether we’d trust Uber with a trip to sample Champagne. Plus: a letter from Djibouti From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a dail…
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We get an update from South Africa’s elections and head to Hong Kong for the conviction of more than a dozen pro-democracy protesters. We also get the latest business news and visit Italy for our latest European Parliament elections instalment. Plus: ‘The Global Countdown’ heads to Mongolia. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily run…
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In this episode of The Human Upgrade, you’ll learn how to enhance your health and longevity with insights from Dr. Casey Means, a Stanford-trained physician and co-founder of the metabolic health company, Levels. You’ll learn how to achieve good energy by enhancing metabolic health. Dr. Means shares valuable information on how food choices, metabol…
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Have South Africa’s elections marked the end of the ANC’s political dominance? We head to Prague for an informal Nato summit with foreign ministers, take a look back at the Bratislava Summit 2024 and assess the South Korea-UAE trade deal. Plus: the latest news from the world of aviation and a check-in from the Hay Festival. From Milan: Salone highl…
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The 14th century is a time of fundamental change in practically all areas of social, political and economic life. It is a time when the certainties of the Middle Ages are replaced by a process of trial and error, sometimes successful, but almost always violent. We see new frameworks of how society and in particular the religious authorities should …
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Founder and CEO Edwin Brenninkmeyer shares insights into his lifelong passion for flying and the opportunities available in infrastructure to develop new, greener aircraft. Plus: we discuss the differing perceptions of business aviation in the US and Europe. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.…
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The closing arguments are in for former President Donald Trump’s legal case in New York City. President Trump spoke to the press before the trial, where he maintained his position that the case is politically motivated. His team argued that prosecutors didn’t meet the burden of proof, while the prosecutors claimed there is a mountain of evidence. T…
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In this week's podcast episode, we are excited to welcome Walter Gontarek, CEO and Chairman of Channel Digital. This week's episode is the second part out of two. Channel Digital is a premier funding partner in the alternative finance sector, helping SME-focused alternative lenders grow their B2B lending portfolios with financing from $5 million to…
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We get the latest from Rafah, where the US denies a full-scale invasion is under way, even as Israeli tanks appear to enter the heart of the city. Then: we’ll hear about the closing arguments in Donald Trump’s trial in New York and whether the jury might convict him. We also head to Georgia to get an opposition MP’s take on the controversial ‘forei…
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The latest in a series of special live editions recorded at the Asian Investment Conference in Hong Kong. Tom Edwards hosts a discussion on ideas for better urbanism, featuring insights from Nobel economics laureate Paul Romer; Shirley Surya, curator of design and architecture at M+; Angelle Siyang-Le, director of Art Basel Hong Kong; Jonathan Croc…
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Otto IV, scion of one of the oldest and most aristocratic families in the world had achieved what so many of his ancestors have craved, ruling the empire. This week we will follow him to his coronation and the sequence of errors that will leave him back home in Brunswick, alone and forgotten. At the same time his nemesis, the child of Pulle, the im…
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This week, Monocle’s Aarti Betigeri is at Jewel in Singapore’s Changi Airport, the leafy culinary and retail destination in the middle of one of the world’s biggest travel hubs. Here, she shares go-to spots for the hungry traveller. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.…
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Emmanuel Macron and Olaf Scholz plea to defend democracy against nationalism, scepticism over Vladimir Putin’s offer to achieve a ceasefire with Ukraine, why the future of the ANC looks uncertain in South Africa and why the public is turned off by dating apps. Plus: we take a look at the film ‘Last Shadow at First Light’. From Milan: Salone highlig…
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The World Health Organization’s (WHO) pandemic treaty has officially failed to pass. The controversial international treaty would have empowered the WHO to have deeper influence over global health policy. Yet, despite it failing to pass, top members of the WHO noted at the World Health Assembly that they don’t see this as an end. Various officials …
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We get the latest from Rafah as the UN Security Council plans a closed-door meeting; then we report as Georgia’s parliament looks to overcome a presidential veto to pass its “foreign agents” law, and Queensland’s state authorities offer free public transport to all. Plus: for our EU elections series, we head to Stockholm. From Milan: Salone highlig…
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The first in a series of special live editions recorded at the Asian Investment Conference (AIC) in Hong Kong. Tom Edwards hosts a discussion on the global investor mindset, featuring insights from Niall MacLeod, curator of the week-long AIC; David Pierson, China correspondent at ’The New York Times’; and Tom Andrews, the director heading leasing a…
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In this episode, environmental journalist and seasoned activist David Steinman, with over 30 years of experience fighting against chemical toxins, shares his expertise on the impact of these harmful substances in our food supply. He highlights the serious health risks they pose, particularly to pregnant women and children, and offers practical tips…
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We bring you the second part of our coverage from this year’s Venice Biennale. We hear from the artist representing Great Britain, whose work reconsiders the act of listening, find out about the works of the Greenlandic photographer in the Denmark Pavilion and explore Turkey’s politically engaged presentation. Plus: we head to an uninhabited Veneti…
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Hear our take on the news and enjoy sharp reporting on the big stories every weekday. Tune in as our guest panel reviews the day’s events in Europe, follows developing stories in the Americas and welcomes early risers in Asia and Australasia. Plus: reports and analysis from Monocle’s correspondents and bureaux around the world. Nominated for ‘Best …
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Today's episode is a mix between soccer detective story and true crime podcasting. British investigative journalist Paul Brown is our Visiting Professor for the day. He and his colleague Philippe Auclair have piled up pathbreaking research on the backstory, money trail and flat out baffling activities of a group called 777 partners. Their activitie…
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Welcome to episode 21! In the labyrinth of infertility, you'll discover that life often reserves its most unexpected turns when the map seems most clear. Tom Kreffer continues to share his personal narrative of facing a natural pregnancy's delicate dance of hope and trepidation after IVF's trials. It's a tale that mirrors the lives of many listener…
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In this week's podcast episode, we are excited to welcome Walter Gontarek, CEO and Chairman of Channel Digital. This week's episode is the first part out of two. Channel Digital is a premier funding partner in the alternative finance sector, helping SME-focused alternative lenders grow their B2B lending portfolios with financing from $5 million to …
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Tomohiko Taniguchi joins us from Tokyo as leaders from South Korea, China and Japan head to Seoul for their first trilateral meeting since before the coronavirus pandemic. Also in the programme: Maya Sharma updates us on the world’s largest elections in India as it enters its penultimate phase. Plus: the latest travel news with Gabriel Leigh and th…
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Scam artists know something about money that you don't — and artist J Mase III is here to shed some light. He shares examples of infamous scams from Elizabeth Holmes's false medical tech promises to Anna "Delvey" Sorokin's fake trust fund, along with three crucial lessons on how money functions for the wealthy, why it flows in the direction it does…
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The 2024 edition of the annual GFO report was compiled entirely in-house for the fifth year and provides the world’s largest and most comprehensive study of single family offices. UBS surveyed 320 clients globally in the first quarter and the online survey methodology was distributed to over 30 markets worldwide. So what did UBS discover this year?…
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Announced this week is the winner of the International Booker Prize 2024. The recipient of this year’s award is ‘Kairos’ by German writer Jenny Erpenbeck and translated by Michael Hoffman, who each take home half of the £50,000 prize money. Host Georgina Godwin speaks to the winning duo and the administrator of the prize, Fiammetta Rocco, who lifts…
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Emma Nelson, Tina Fordham and Stephen Dalziel on the weekend’s biggest talking points. We also speak to Monocle’s editorial director, Tyler Brûlé, in Tokyo, and Monocle’s Nairobi correspondent, Naveena Kottoor, joins to discuss the latest news from the region. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.…
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The African National Congress looks likely to win South Africa’s upcoming election, despite facing the prospect of securing less than 50 per cent of the vote for the first time in its history. Is this the inevitable result of being in power for too long, or something else? Andrew Mueller speaks to Nwabisa Makunga of the country’s national daily Sow…
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This week on ‘The Stack’, we speak with the editor in chief of ‘Garden & Gun’, a magazine celebrating the American South. We also discuss the Mexican elections with Brian Winter from ‘Americas Quarterly’ and talk to Liz Schaffer from ‘Lodestars Anthology’ about the publication’s new book, ‘Slow Travel Britain’. From Milan: Salone highlights, interv…
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Georgina Godwin is joined by Daniella Peled, managing editor at the Institute for War and Peace Reporting, for a look back at the week’s news and culture. Plus: author Rupert Thompson joins to discuss his new book ‘How to Make a Bomb: A Novel’ and Monocle’s Helsinki correspondent, Petri Burtsoff, visits the independent publishing imprint Cozy. From…
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This week, we’re delving into the world of Korean food as the country continues to win admirers around the world for its creative outputs. We sit down with TV chef and author Judy Joo to discover more about the nation’s regional cuisine. Plus: Sophie Monaghan-Coombs flicks through ‘Koreaworld: A Cookbook’ with co-author Matt Rodbard, while Petri Bu…
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Kanga, founder of South Korean fashion label Kappy Design, shares her journey from being laid off during the coronavirus pandemic to starting the brand in Seoul. Plus: Kappy Design’s UK sales agent, Tony Wall, discusses how a relaxed aesthetic, quality craftsmanship and adaptability to current trends underscore the rise of South Korean brands on th…
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We get the latest from the International Court of Justice ruling in The Hague. Then: Monocle’s Tom Webb and Alexis Self analyse election campaigning here in the UK and Natalie Theodosi reviews the latest Paris-heavy edition of Monocle magazine. Plus: a music session with The Longest Johns. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily runni…
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