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Re-Fashion Reduce. Reuse. Re-fashion.
Conversations with industry experts about circular and sustainable fashion. What's new in fashion? Why is sustainability important? What's possible approach towards circular and sustaianble fashion? And most importantly – what can you & I do about it? We think fashion positive. Do you?
Green Eggs and Kicks Green Eggs & Kicks, hosted by Dante Ufferman and Davion Jackson, is a podcast where we discuss sneakers, music, fashion, and much more!
O.T.T O.T.T is the brainchild of the model and journalist Trey Trey. The podcast covers everything related to fashion and pop culture. The show highlights some of the industry's most promising and exciting young voices and the industry icons that have influenced Trey. Guests of the first season include Pat Cleveland, Essie Buckman, Harris Reed, Jawara Alleyne, and Saul Nash. New episodes will be uploaded weekly! Thank you so much for joining the O.T.T family- we can't wait for you guys to hear what's coming next!

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Fashion Grunge Podcast At the intersection of fashion + nostalgia. We scratch the surface and sometimes deep dive into (mostly) 90s 'underground' film, music genres, fashion, and explore all the visuals in between.
Simply Empowered A Podcast made by teens-for teens! Stay tuned as host Madeleine Tseng interviews several students, specialists and professionals about teen empowerment and mental health.
Meet some truly inspirational Designers, Brand Owners, Buyers and visionaries that talk openly, about what it’s like to work and operate in one of the World’s most ruthless and competitive industries.
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‎BEHIND THE BRANDS Warren Parker-Mills takes you ‘behind the scenes’ of the Fashion Industry.
Meet some truly inspirational Designers, Brand Owners, Buyers and visionaries that talk openly, about what it’s like to work and operate in one of the World's most ruthless and competitive industries.
Listen to their stories, successes and what they’re doing now to change Social attitude, in order to take the Fashion Business…into a NEW era.

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It can be hard to find the trendsetters. of fashion. That’s why we’ve done it for you. Keep up to date on the latest fashions or catch up on these tips, tricks, and news from leaders in the industry. Check back every month for more of the latest news from the world of fashion.” id=”vurbl-fashion-picks” vid=”vurbl-fashion-picks” id-for-player=”vurbl-fashion-picks” link=”/playlists/vurbl-fashion-picks/” is-authorized=”false” csrf=”wfuWGBSp4O9SzTaBWRwlecFpzTbXGC41rwqEkzOS1rvNpj0eLR8zYLTbEQMj0Jsl” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
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The Peak of Product Imaging with Joe Polifrone SummaryJoining Daniel for this episode of the podcast is talented photographer and studio operations leader Joe Polifrone. In this episode the pair reminisce about working for Amazon circa 2016 at what was likely the peak of the Product Imaging organization. They worked in a studio of over 20,000sf (over 1800sm for our European listeners) that employed hundreds of people during peak seasons. They talk about how this particular studio was mind blowing, futuristic and so incredibly efficient at moving high volumes of product for not only handbags and apparel, but jewelry and watch as well. Discount CodeReminder to use code ECCP to get your first month of PhotoRoom Pro for free! Thanks to the PhotoRoom team for the generous offer. CreditsProduced by: Creative Force – creativeforce.ioEdited by: Calvin Lanz Sound – clsound.netHosted by: Daniel Jester – danieltjester.com
Flash Back: Process vs. Product with Scott Willson of Patagonia SummaryWe’ve been thinking a lot about planning ever since the recent Creative Force webinar on editorial production. Specifically how planning differs from editorial to product photography. On the editorial side, you know when you start a project you’ll need photo, video, h/mu, styling etc. for a set number of days. Running an ecomm studio adds an element to that, the idea of carryover. How much product will I have left over at the end of the day, and what does that mean for staffing tomorrow, or next week? All of this thinking about planning reminded us of this conversation with Scott Willson of Patagonia, specifically when he talks about how a well functioning, efficient studio often looks like things are running smoothly and easily. Due in no small part to planning. Let’s flash back to Episode 24, process vs. product with Scott Willson of Patagonia. Discount CodeReminder to use code ECCP to get your first month of PhotoRoom Pro for free! Thanks to the PhotoRoom team for the generous offer. CreditsProduced by: Creative Force – creativeforce.ioEdited by: Calvin Lanz Sound – clsound.netHosted by: Daniel Jester – danieltjester.com
Welcome to Season Three! (Minisode) In this kickstart to season three, The Aesthetic Report producer, Dorian Reyes, gives the (derma)scoop on what DERMASCOPE has planned for April. Hear about upcoming webinars, this year's Cover Contest, and get an overview of the April 2023 issue – all in under 10 minutes! Follow DERMASCOPE:Instagram: @dermascopeFacebook: facebook.com/dermascopeTikTok: @dermascope Additional Links:Visit our website. Apply for the Cover Contest.Learn more about this podcast.Subscribe to the magazine. Read the current issue. Register for Repechage's webinar. Register for Procell Therapies' webinar.
Long Live Skin Types with Renèe Rouleau Join Michelle and celebrity aesthetician, Renèe Rouleau, for the first full episode of season three! Listen in to learn about the language of cosmetic chemistry, Renèe's philosophy on product formulations, and doing the best for clients without being pushy. In this episode, Michelle and Renèe discuss…[2:30] How the industry has changed and breaking into product formulation. [10:00] Using discernment with continuing education. [13:12] Renèe's philosophy on product formulations, including the nine skin types.[21:10] Client education and retail sales advice for aestheticians. Follow DERMASCOPE:Instagram: @dermascopeFacebook: facebook.com/dermascopeTikTok: @dermascope Additional Links:Follow Renèe: @reneerouleau.Learn more about Renèe Rouleau Skin Care here.Check out Renèe's blog. Visit our website.Learn more about this podcast.Subscribe to the magazine.Read the current issue.
5-Minute Throwback: Daniel Clary (Minisode) Hop into the DERMASCOPE time capsule for a throwback to Season 1, Episode 10 of The Aesthetic Report! Listen in as cosmetic scientist and AnteAGE Vice President of Education, Daniel Clary, gives the lowdown on discerning fact from fiction when it comes to skin care education. This episode was so good we had to bring it back for another listen! Follow DERMASCOPE:Instagram: @dermascopeFacebook: facebook.com/dermascopeTwitter: @dermascopeTikTok: @dermascope Additional Links:Visit our website.Apply for the Cover Contest.Learn more about this podcast.Subscribe to the magazine.Read the current issue.
Episode 246-Rolex discontinued the Milgauss at Watches & Wonders but could they be dropping a NEW one? In this article, Amit talks about the possibility that Rolex could drop an entirely NEW Milgauss model since they discontinued their current reference after 16 years. He shared how he saw a mock up which appeared to be an Aprils fools joke but got him seriously thinking…. To read all about it, click here
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Ep 178: We're Back! Magic Cabinet, Trifle Dishes, Vintage Matchbooks Hi all! For those of you who aren’t on IG or Facebook, you may not know why you haven’t been seeing new or consistent episodes of Gee Thanks! in awhile! I have been taking a little bit of mental health time for myself, which means that sometimes there are eps, and sometimes there aren’t. I know, I know, as a listener this can be annoying. I appreciate that you’re here now, because we’re back with new episodes, starting with this one! This show is hosted by Caroline Moss and Sally Tamarkin.Mentioned On This Episode!Vintage Matchboxes: https://rstyle.me/+wbcmx2ECqf34A6U0RSEiew Vintage Trifle Dish: https://rstyle.me/+PRoC5jrP2PaKba1DC8ifzQ Magic Cabinet: https://amzn.to/3KmkiQi Thanks for listening!Shop our favorite products, in one place: https://flagship.shop/geethanks Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/geethanksjustboughtitpod/ Join our Facebook community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/geethanks Subscribe to our newsletter (discounts, sales and more offers for you!): https://geethanks.substack.com/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ep 179: MoccaMasters and Shopping My Feelings Coffee is a touchy subject but when I mentioned the Moccamaster on IG, the crowd went WILD. Beloved by everyone from Sally to Serena Wolf to Jenn Falik to Nora, this thing is POPULAR. So ofc, we had to discuss. Even though I'm pretty sure I've never had a "good" cup of coffee in my LIFE (or CARE)!Sally and I get into coffee for heads and non-heads alike, and then I read Sally a comprehensive list of everything I purchased in the last 60-75 days. Even though it’s super embarrassing, tbh.Mentioned On This Episode!Moccamaster KGBVSally’s Buzzfeed Coffee ArticleCraft Coffee BookMokaPotThanks for listening!Shop our favorite products, in one place: https://flagship.shop/geethanks Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/geethanksjustboughtitpod/ Join our Facebook community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/geethanks Subscribe to our newsletter (discounts, sales and more offers for you!): https://geethanks.substack.com/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Lifelong Trends of Taylor Swift Amrit Virdi takes us on a style tour of the singer's life.
Talking with E – I Got Fired From Walmart – EP 113 Hey guys your girl is back!!! I missed yall and I heard yall missed me too. Lets get to it! This Bi Week on Talking with E goes a little something like this:Mam, what is you doing?- Telling the cops you would F**k him to get out of a ticketWorking Retail- Ive had my share, its not for me anymoreWhy I dont couponDeceased husband had another family and the wife didnt had any idea until the funeralErica JonesInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/model_e_/Twitter: https://twitter.com/EricajonezGot What U Need NetworkInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/gwun.network/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GWUNNetwork Website: https://gwunnetwork.com/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeA-JJasR0-64nBb1efDJ1Q/featured
Why Speaking Up Matters with James Scully We speak with the casting director James Scully about his trajectory of working in fashion, from his days at the iconic New York boutique Charivari in the ‘80s to his days at Harper’s Bazaar and the changes he witnessed while being there, to becoming one of the best casting agents in the fashion industry; his whistle blowing on the rampant abuse of models and the changes it engendered. James’s is a brilliant story of working his way up in fashion through sheer love of it and his talent. It is also an important one because it provides a rare glimpse of what goes on under the hood of the fashion industry. Support the show

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In conversation with Phil Hanson Philip Hanson is a young driver to watch, in the field of endurance sportscar racing. During his short career he has already smashed records and competed in prestigious races such as Le Mans 24 and Rolex 24 Hours, at Daytona, alongside two-time F1 champion, Fernando Alonso.



Phil was crowned World Endurance Champion, the youngest driver to achieve this, won the European Le Mans Series and was the youngest ever Brit to win the famed 24 Hours of Le Mans, in September 2020.
Nicks' CEO Shuyler Mowe on Explosive Growth, Developing New Leathers, and Spokane's Uniquely Competitive Bootmaking Scene For the past three years, CEO Shuyler Mowe has lacing up his now decade-old Builder Pros to helm Nicks Handmade Boots, shepherding the Spokane maker from a pure focus on work boots and into a new era of lifestyle relevancy—and dramatic growth that's seen the company add more than 40 employees in that time. This episode, Shuyler and Ben dip into Nicks' deeply interesting, twisty-turny historical path,  what it’s like to exist in the uniquely competitive Spokane bootmaking landscape, the limitations of Nicks' MTO offerings and how their lead times are trending, the brand's growing content empire on YouTube and beyond, developing their proprietary 1964 leather with Seidel, if Nicks 55 and White’s 55 lasts are actually the same, how to fit a customer's MIND, and plenty more.This episode was sponsored by Taft, whose new line of stitchdown construction boots is, believe it or not, right up our alley.Theme Song: The Road by Punk Rock Opera
S3 Ep97: Newsflash: We Are The Beauty Industry!! Annie and Nick catch up on the news of the week (and read some Eyewitness Beauty 1-star reviews). A shorty but a goodie!
S5 EP9: Plastic Surgery Ruined My Body! On this weeks episode Anna & Mandi both open up about their experiences with plastic surgery and how it has effected their present lives. The girls hope that with sharing their journey, they can help others make well thought decisions and prepare for the inevitable risks if they decide to go down the path of plastic surgery. Guys don't forget, you can have one extra episode every month! If you become a Sisters In The City member. Sign up at: https://plus.acast.com/s/sisters-in-the-city.

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10 Fashion Industry Terms and their Definitions Do you want to work in fashion? Well, you need to expand your fashion vocabulary then and start using the correct fashion jargon.   In this podcast episode, I'll share the definitions of 10 fashion industry terms that any fashion professional should know. Resources mentioned in the episode:Get my free PDF guide with 30 fashion terms and their definitions. DM me on Instagram at @glamobserver the word terms and I'll send you the guide for free!Haute Couture Podcast Our Substack newsletter 365 days of fashion Visit our website for more career advice: www.glamobserver.com Follow us on Instagram for daily updates: @glamobserver
How to get a Job/Internship at a Luxury Fashion Brand The fashion industry offers many career possibilities. There are many different types of roles as well as many different types of companies you can work for. From emerging brands to the iconic names of the industry, up to luxury companies.Dream  of working at brands such as Dior, Chanel, Hermès, Louis Vuitton…?Then this episode is made for you!I'll cover: The luxury industryHow to get started when you have no experienceWhat luxury companies look for when hiringThe skills required by luxury fashion brandsWhat are the steps to get a job or internship at a luxury brandLuxury conglomerates (LVMH, Kering) and more!Resources mentioned in this episode:Excel for fashion course HERE365 days of fashion newsletter HEREFree masterclass on how to get a job at a luxury fashion brand  HERE Visit our website for more career advice: www.glamobserver.com Follow us on Instagram for daily updates: @glamobserver
Big Dress Energy – How Fashion Psychology Can Transform Your Wardrobe and Your Confidence In this week's episode I am joined by the best-selling author of the book – Big Dress Energy, consultant, TV commentator, podcast host and fashion psychologist Shakaila Forbes-Bell to find out what BDE is and how you can use it to be the absolute best-dressed version of yourself. Buckle-up because you are going to learn so many gems in this episode you won't look at your style and wardrobe in the same way again! This is powerful stuff from Shakaila who has recently appeared on Lorraine and This Morning to discuss this hot topic – the psychology behind clothes. It is fascinating stuff that will transform how you get dressed! I have to say, this particular episode of The Style Stories Podcast is one of the most eye-opening and transformative episodes I have ever recorded and I am SO excited to share it with you. You need to hear this if you are stuck in a style rut, or unsure about what your style is, or have been struggling to shop for clothes. It's for you if you have a wardrobe full of clothes BUT still feel like you have no good outfits! Hell, everyone needs this deep dive into WHY we get dressed the way we do. Uncovering your personal style is one of the most transformative things you can do for yourself – what you wear and your style is part of your identity after all so it's pretty important in the great scheme of things. You can use clothes to seduce and be alluring, to get jobs, to influence others, to feel good about yourself and to hide away too. Above all, fashion is FUN and should bring you joy. I really hope you enjoy listening to the brilliant Shakaila Forbes-Bell as much as I enjoyed interviewing her.
 
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Minisode 1: Pink Whisks + Hot Deals on Tang "A portion of the sales from this item will benefit XYZ Charity." We have all seen this kind of thing all over our social media feeds.  This practice of selling items with a give-back is called "cause marketing." In 1983, American Express was one of the first brands to embrace cause marketing by donating 1 cent for every time the card was used to a fund to restore the Statue of Liberty.  Sounds great, right?  The customer gets to feel like they are doing something good every time they go out for dinner or buy themselves some new shoes.  It was a huge success for the brand. Brands/retailers of all sizes are finding that cause marketing is more lucrative than ever.  We will be untangling the reality of cause marketing and helping you decide when you should participate.And for some extra shade about the American Express/Statue of Liberty project, read this article from 1986!Do you have your experiences with cause marketing (either as a consumer or working for a brand)?  Drop us a line at [email protected].  Or DM via instagram @clotheshorsepodcast.Special super thanks to Dustin Travis White for our excellent music and for editing out all those times I said "preast cancer" instead of "breast cancer."
Episode 3: Cheap, Fast, or Good (You can only pick two) WTF is Production? That's a job? Learn all about the essential role that Production plays in the world of fashion, with our special guest, production expert Amy. We will talk about the design process, the concessions brands make to bring in product faster and faster, and how cancellations affect everyone from the people sewing your clothes to the employees in the button factory. And we will find out why t-shirts are just so crappy and sheer these days!  We will also be introduced to Amy's production mantra "You can have it fast, cheap, or good…but you can only pick two."  Amanda will also break down the difference between a retailer and brand…and how they are becoming almost synonyms in today's industry.  Wow! This is a really informative episode!  And oooh…we found a non-offensive, sustainable truly sustainable hangtag being used by Outerknown.Questions, comments, a suggestion for another brand that walks the walk of sustainable practices and ethical manufacturing?  Drop us a line at [email protected].  Or find us on IG @clotheshorsepodcast.
Episode 4: I Guess We're All Just Patriotic (or something) In the 1960's, 95% of Americans' clothing was made in the USA.  Today, 95% of our clothing is imported. Production expert Amy is back to discuss what happened and how that may (or may not) change in the future.  We'll also be discussing the concept of vertical manufacturing.  And you can't talk about Made in the USA without talking about American Apparel, and therefore, Dov Charney.   Just a content warning: in the middle of the episode, we will be talking for a few minutes about the culture of sexual harassment and abuse at American Apparel.  It may not be appropriate for some listeners.And as promised, here is an amazing podcast that follows Dov Charney:  https://gimletmedia.com/shows/startup/49hrexReach out to us with questions, suggestions, and photos of cats at [email protected] us on instagram @clotheshorsepodcast
Episode 5: Clown Cakes, Defective Bathing Suits, and Delia's, or WTF is E-commerce?! E-commerce–aka the buying and selling of stuff online–is no  joke.  In 2019, we spent as much money shopping online as we did eating at restaurants and drinking in bars.  Wowza!  In this episode will be discussing the wild world of e-commerce with Kim, a long time buyer and expert in all things related to buying stuff off the internet. As always, we will be digging into all the details, from the Columbia House Music Club to the catalog shopping era of Delia's and J. Crew and onward into the birth of Amazon  and Ebay. We will talk about the pros and cons of slinging clothes online, the pain of shipping and returns, and all the strategy that goes into getting you to buy things off the internet.We will also be introducing you to a new trend we are hoping to start:  #oopsiworeitagain
Episode 6: Stretchy Jeans and DEALS DEALS DEALS Kim is back to finish our discussion about e-commerce!  First, we will tackle the environmental impact of buying stuff online.  Spoiler:  it's a mixed bag! We will talk about the devastating impact of returns and touch on ways to buy smarter (and return less).  Also, we'll engage in some "industry gossip," talking about our own experiences as buyers.  Lastly, a "special report" on shopping holidays like Cyber Monday and Black Friday.Questions, comments, episode suggestions?  Please reach out via email at [email protected].  Or hit us up on instagram!  @clotheshorsepodcast
Episode 7: TEN THOUSAND STRAW FEDORAS! (tales of excess inventory) Every year 15 billion garments head to the landfill pre-consumer. These are garments that either never made it to the store or were marked down aggressively and still did not sell.  H+M made headlines by burning $4.3 billion worth of unsold clothing.  How does this happen?  Clotheshorse all-star guest Janine is back to unpack this with us.   It’s an exciting story, filled with hubris, despair, and straw hats that are really made of paper, with a bad zipper thrown in as a twist.  Also:  another look at the #payup movement and how you can help!Email us with questions/corrections/episode suggestions at [email protected] find us on instagram @clotheshorsepodcast
Episode 8: A Conveyor Belt Pooping Out Clothing (Even more tales of excess inventory) Brands like Burberry and H+M have come under fire (pun intended) in the past few years for incinerating millions and millions of dollars in unsold inventory.  In fact, this practice of destroying product is widespread, practiced by most luxury and mass brands in one way or another.  How do they get there?  Why is destruction so wide spread? In this episode, Janine joins us again to discuss the path to widespread destruction, with a few stops along the way for DEALS DEALS DEALS and the challenges of donating product.  We will also be talking about the ways we can manage our own "excess inventory."Questions, comments, corrections? Email us at [email protected] us on instagram @clotheshorsepodcastAnd don't to forget to check out our new podcast with Kim, The Department.  It's about trends and taste!
Episode 9: Infused Olive Oils and Space Jam Tees: The world of off-price retailers, part I Off-price retailers like TJ Maxx, Ross, and Nordstrom Rack are huge businesses, experiencing growth when the rest of retail is declining.  In fact, 75% of apparel purchased each year in the U.S. is from these off-price stores.  Guest Salisha joins us as we dissect the business model of these retailers.  What's the secret?  How is it different from "regular" shopping?  And what's the deal with all the food they sell?  Also, TWO special reports from Amanda:  the history of outlets and how our disposable clothing addiction is impacting Africa.  Please also check out our sister podcast, The Department.  It's about trends and taste, co-hosted by Amanda and Kim.We are actively searching for experts in the rag trade and the flow of donations from thrift stores to their next destination.   If you (or someone  you love) has some experience here, please drop us an email at [email protected] us on instagram @clotheshorsepodcast
Episode 13: Kriss Kross, Flashdance, and Planetary Boundaries: Denim part III It's the third episode in our miniseries about denim.  Michelle is back to discuss how technology is making your jeans more sustainable.  It's all about lasers and ozone! Sounds so futuristic, right?  She will also discuss ways we can make better choices with our own denim purchases.Amanda will also try to untangle the meaning of the world "sustainability."  It's so complicated! We'll discuss the nine planetary boundaries (spoiler: it has nothing to do with astrology).  And we'll use the UN's Sustainable Development Goals to gauge the sustainability of various retailers.  Also, check out Good On You.  It's quick/easy resource for vetting a brand's environmental and social responsibility!Have you ever worked in retail?  We are working on a group of episodes about retail workers and their rights.  Collecting your stories is a key part of it!  Please share your experiences via email at [email protected].  Or message us via instagram @clotheshorsepodcast.
Minisode 3: Tiny Trucker Hats, Cat Clothes, and a Living Wage (Shein, Wish, and their buddies) If you've used Facebook or Instagram any time in the last few years, then you have seen ads for Wish and Shein (and all of their other buddies). We're talking $2 necklaces, $10 dresses, and $5.99 Katy Perry cds.  DEALS DEALS DEALS.  How do they keep their prices so low? And should we give them our money? Amanda will explain how these mysterious online brands function, while also illustrating the disconnect between $2.90 bike shorts and a livable wage for garment workers.  You knew it was going to turn into a conversation about the income disparity in the garment industry, didn't you?!
Episode 15: 70s Towels, Nellie Oleson, and Unsolved Mysteries: Fabric Waste (and recycling) One study has estimated that 15% of fabric used in garment manufacturing is wasted…while other studies estimate that is more like 20-30%!  We will talk about how that happens.  Jenny of Late to the Party joins to discuss how she finds salvage fabric to use in her own amazing garments, her love of thrifting, and why old episodes of Unsolved Mysteries still hold up.  We will also learn about fabric recycling and why cotton is super problematic, both in terms of environmental impacts and human rights.  You can learn more about the Better Cotton Initiative, which will help you make better decisions about what to buy (and the questions to ask brands).  Also:  the first installment of Ask Amanda tackles dry cleaning.  What's the deal with it?  And do we *have* to wash our clothes that way?We are working on an upcoming series of episodes about retail workers, their struggles, and their fight for fair wages and better conditions.  If you have worked retail, we would like to hear your stories! Basically, collecting your stories will help us frame out what we need to research and discuss.  You can either send your stories via email to [email protected] or via instagram where you’ll find us @clotheshorsepodcast. If writing isn’t your thing, you can also send us a voice memo recorded on your phone or computer! It can be as confidential and anonymous as you want it to be.Please don't forget to check out The Department, hosted by Amanda and Kim. It's about trends, taste, and products. It gets pretty weird sometimes!  This week's episode is about the outdoor trends that have emerged as the result of social distancing.  P.S. Don't use the term "glamping" around us.
Episode 16: The Negligees of Dynasty, Damp Clothes, and Cults: Fabric waste, part II Hey! Jenny is back to finish our conversation.  We will talk about the challenges of working with salvaged fabrics and why we *should* pay more for our clothing.  Let us tell you what we think about the capsule wardrobe.  Spoiler:  it can be jazzy and pizzazzy!.  We will also follow our donated clothes through the Goodwill system.  Also! We travel through time to 1985 so we can hear all about why the costume designer for Dynasty is a big time polyester fan.  Finally some Hollywood content for all you Us Weekly fans!  Lastly–and this one is a doozie–a special report from Amanda about how your donated clothing may be funding an international cult! Did you know that 10% of American workers work in retail? Yet they are often overlooked when we talk about worker’s rights and “bringing back the jobs.”  We are working on an upcoming series of episodes about retail workers, their struggles, and their fight for fair wages and better conditions.  If you have worked retail–and probably a lot of you have–we would like to hear your stories! Basically, collecting your stories will help us frame out what we need to research and discuss.  You can either send your stories via email to [email protected] or via instagram where you’ll find us @clotheshorsepodcast.  If writing isn’t your thing (or the story is too complicated to type out) you can also send us a voice memo recorded on your phone or computer.Don't forget to check out our sister podcast, The Department, which Amanda co-hosts with Kim.  We talk about trends of all sorts, from fashion to social to food.  And everything in between!
Episode 18: Copycats (how fast fashion knocks itself off every day) This is part one of a three part series with our friend Dani from Picnic.  Before she started her own slow fashion brand, she designed sweaters (knitwear) for several fast fashion brands. We already know that fast fashion knocks off everyone, both designers big and small, but did you know that they also knock one another off? Dani explains how this happens and why it is so, so silly.  We also discuss what the internal culture of fast fashion brands is really like and why it's hard to leave as a designer or merchant.  Amanda also reminds us of Tuesday Bassen's fight against Zara.  Articles of Interest has a great interview with her about it.  We have received a lot of messages about why/how retailers can just cancel orders on vendors (in the wake of Covid) without being sued.   Amanda explains vendor manuals, chargebacks, and the force majeure clause.  You can track who has and has not bowed to pressure to #payup here.  Let's continue to pressure brands who refuse to #payup…and stop buying stuff from them.  They don't deserve our money! Let's give it to brands and designers who do good things! #buylessbuybetterDo you have a burning question? An episode idea? Feedback? Please reach out via email at [email protected].  And find us on instagram @clotheshorsepodcast.Don't forget to check out our sister podcast, The Department!
Episode 19: Lightbulbs, Tankinis, and $29 Crochet Tops: Dani part II This is part two of our three part series with Dani of Picnic.  Before starting her own brand, she was a sweater designer for several major fast fashion retailers.  Today we are going to talk about all kinds of things:  what it’s like to be a sweater designer in fast fashion, how retailers somehow manage to sell us the same thing over and over (and we keep buying it), and how fast fashion profits more by promoting and extending some trends over others. Also, why does every retailer kinda look the same now?One thing we touch on is this quandary:  are fast fashion retailers just making crappy clothes by accident or is it by design, so we will buy new clothes more often as they fall apart faster? It sounds like a real conspiracy theory, doesn’t it? OR IS IT?!  Amanda introduces us to the concept of "planned obsolescence," which has been utilized to drive sales in other industries since at least the 1930s. Lastly, DO YOU HAVE A VOTING PLAN?  This year voting is more important than ever…but it's also more complicated than ever.   Use Vote Save America to figure out your plan for Election Day.  Do this now and not the night before! Be prepared to wait in line for a long time, so wear comfortable shoes and warm clothes, bring snacks and water, and consider bringing a buddy from the same neighborhood.  Virtually every person in this country has something at stake with the outcome of this election.  Let’s vote the assholes out! Do you have an episode suggestion?  Need advice?  Have a burning question about the industry?  You can reach out via email at [email protected] Or just DM via instagram where you'll find us @clotheshorsepodcast.Also, if you can’t get enough of podcasts during quarantine, check out our sister podcast, The Department.  Amanda co-hosts it with her friend Kim.  We talk about trends, taste, brands, our weird lives, and so on.  This week’s episode is about normalizing women’s bodies, influencers who photoshop themselves into weird skinny mutants, and teenage boys perming their hair…among other things!
Episode 20: Vegan Leather, Vintage Towels, and Boundaries: Dani part III It's the final part of our conversation with Dani of Picnic. Insert all of the sad emojis here.  We will talk about starting a new brand during a global pandemic, quarantine, and just general crazy life times.  And how her experiences as sweater designer for several fast fashion brands has prepared her for the challenge.   We will discuss setting boundaries, paying yourself a living wage, what "collab" really means, and "the customer is always right." Spoiler: The customer is *not* always right.  Also, a special report on vegan leather. Guess what? It's neither sustainable nor eco friendly.  And it's no more "vegan" than your cotton t-shirt or your smartphone.  Not to ruin the surprise, but it's sort of one of the best image makeovers in fashion history.  Have an episode suggestion?  Or maybe just a burning question?  Reach out via email to [email protected].  Or find us on instagram @clotheshorsepodcast. Don't forget to check out our sister podcast, The Department.    Amanda co-hosts with Kim and they talk about trends and taste.
Episode 21: More Bad Rompers, 5-7-9, and So Much Disappointment: Sizing with Meredith (part I) You know how it goes when you’re shopping.  You go into that store that you shop all the time and you grab your usual size in a few things.  You go in the fitting room and….one thing is too big, one is just right, another one is falling off your shoulders but you can’t zip it, the next is flattening your boobs and you can’t lift your arms…but they are the same size.  How does that happen? It makes you feel kinda terrible, right?Technical designer and fit/sizing expert Meredith joins us untangle the mysteries of sizing.  She will explain the history of sizing and how it has gone off the rails in the last few decades.  And why it's still a long way from perfect!This is part one of two.  In our next episode with Meredith, we will be talking about the process of fitting a garment and how the industry is doing everything wrong when it comes to extended sizing.Do you have some feedback?  An episode idea?  Do YOU want to be a guest on Clotheshorse?  Drop me a line at [email protected].  Or DM via instagram @clotheshorsepodcast. Please check out our sister podcast, The Department. Amanda co-hosts it with Kim.  It's about trends and taste…but so much more!  This week's episode is about single use plastics and the brands/products that are leading the march against it.
Episode 24: More Wasteful Hangtags, Stolen Credit Cards, and Superfluous Drama: KT and Maggie (part II) This is part two of our conversation with KT and Maggie, the sisters behind sustainable hat brand, Salt Hats.    We break down all the signs and symptoms of fast fashion…because remember, most retailers/brands function as fast fashion in 2020.   The industry was basically forced to work faster and faster, cheaper and cheaper in order to stay competitive against the big fast fashion retailers.  So fast fashion is all around us!  Also:  sordid tales of working retail!  Amanda also does a special report about the ways that fast fashion retailers exploit low paid salaried workers via virtually infinite unpaid overtime.  Are you ready to be angry? But also kind of laugh? Then this is the episode for you!Do you have some feedback?  An episode idea?  Do YOU want to be a guest on Clotheshorse?  Drop us a line at [email protected].  Or DM via instagram @clotheshorsepodcast. We are still collecting retail workers stories so if you have something to share, please reach out!Don't forget to check out our sister podcast, The Department.   We talk about trends, taste, our obsessions, weird things that we think are funny, and so on.
Episode 33: $9 Panties, Mall Jobs, and Classist Kombucha: Consumerism with Gillian (part II) OMG this episode is MEGA. So much happening here!  It's the second part of my our conversation about consumerism with Gillian. Today we’ll talk about minimalism as an aesthetic for the wealthy, classist kombucha ads, and how the big brands and retailers are just completely out of touch.   This episode also includes a phone conversation with Sarah of Wide Eyed Vintage about (among other things), high school years filled with being a proud outfit non-repeater.   And Rita of Panty Witch calls in with a burning question about "ethical washing." And! A special message about our Pegasus sponsor, Shift Clothing! Shift is offering a 10% discount to all Clotheshorse customers using the discount code Clotheshorse.  It can be used for anything on the site, shiftwheeler.com.Want to support Clotheshorse *and* receive exclusive episodes, a weekly newsletter, and some swag? Then become a patron!Do you have some feedback?  An episode idea?  Do YOU want to be a guest on Clotheshorse?  Drop us a line at [email protected].  Or DM via instagram @clotheshorsepodcast. And don’t forget The Clotheshorse Hotline! The phone number is 717.925.7417.  Call us!  Tell us about your own collections, your feelings about shopping, your Marie Kondo experiences, what you're doing for the holidays…really anything ! Or ask us a question!  We love a research project!If you want to meet other Clotheshorse listeners, join the Clotheshorsing Around facebook group.  If you can’t get enough of podcasts, then check out our sister show, The Department.  We talk about trends, taste, our obsessions, weird things that we think are funny, and so on.  The week's episode is part one of our conversation about #girlboss and it's also part of a new "Tragic Trends" series.  Part two is coming on Tuesday!Clotheshorse is brought to you with support from the following sustainable brands:Selina Sanders, a social impact brand that specializes in up-cycled clothing, using only reclaimed, vintage or thrifted materials: from tea towels, linens, blankets and quilts.  Sustainably crafted in Los Angeles, each piece is designed to last in one's closet for generations to come.  Maximum Style; Minimal Carbon FootprintSalt Hats:  purveyors of truly sustainable hats. Hand blocked, sewn and embellished in Detroit, Michigan.Gentle Vibes: A vintage shop for the psychedelic mind. Formerly inside Jean’s in Hamtramck, with a new Detroit location coming soon.Picnicwear: a slow fashion brand made by hand in NYC from vintage and deadstock textiles. Picnicwear strives for minimal waste but maximum authenticity; Future Vintage over future garbage!Shift Clothing, out of beautiful Astoria, Oregon, with a focus on natural fibers, simple hardworking designs, and putting fat people first.  Discover more at shiftwheeler.comNo Flight Back Vintage:  bringing fun, new life to old things.  Always using recycled and secondhand materials to make dope ass shit for dope ass people.  See more on instagram @noflightbackvintageLate to the Party, creating one of a kind statement clothing from vintage, salvaged and thrifted textiles. They hope to tap into the dreamy memories we all hold: floral curtains, a childhood dress, the wallpaper in your best friend’s rec room, all while creating modern sustainable garments that you'll love wearing and have for years to come. Late to the Party is passionate about celebrating and preserving textiles, the memories they hold, and the stories they have yet to tell. Check them out on Instagram!Vino Vintage, based just outside of LA.  We love the hunt of shopping secondhand because you never know what you might find! Find our cute and sustainable fashion picks at the Silverlake Flea and on instagram @vino.vintage<a href="https://shopjournalvin
Episode 44: Spandex, Styrofoam Containers, and RFID: Meet Jessica of FABSCRAP (part II) January is Trash Month here at Clotheshorse!  This episode is the  second half of our conversation with Jessica Schreiber, the founder and CEO of FABSCRAP.   Today we’ll be talking about how spandex crept into everything we buy, how she started FABSCRAP, and the challenges/future of mitigating fabric waste.  Also:  Karrie calls the hotline to share her experiences as a FABSCRAP volunteer.  And a great letter from Helen…which leads to an update on the forced labor of Uyghur Muslims in China.   Some recommended reading:MagnifecoUyghurs For Sale (a report by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute)If you have something to contribute to the conversation, thoughts, questions, more info…please reach out.  Your personal stories as consumers, workers, people who wear clothes, make clothes, sell clothes, like clothes…these personal stories are political at their core…and sharing these stories helps us shape what we do next.  So please reach out.  You can call the hotline at 717. 925.7417.  There’s also the old fashioned way, via email [email protected]  Or on instagram, @clotheshorsepodcast.Want to support Clotheshorse *and* receive exclusive episodes, a weekly newsletter, and some swag? Then become a patron!If you're interested in making a one time donation, you can do that via Venmo, @crystal_visionsIf you want to meet other Clotheshorse listeners, join the Clotheshorsing Around facebook group.  If you can’t get enough of podcasts, then check out our sister show, The Department.  We talk about the trends that shape(d) our lives.  This week is all about Pantone, the company that systemized color!Clotheshorse is brought to you with support from the following sustainable brands:Selina Sanders, a social impact brand that specializes in up-cycled clothing, using only reclaimed, vintage or thrifted materials: from tea towels, linens, blankets and quilts.  Sustainably crafted in Los Angeles, each piece is designed to last in one's closet for generations to come.  Maximum Style; Minimal Carbon FootprintSalt Hats:  purveyors of truly sustainable hats. Hand blocked, sewn and embellished in Detroit, Michigan.Gentle Vibes: A vintage shop for the psychedelic mind. Formerly inside Jean’s in Hamtramck, with a new Detroit location coming soon.Picnicwear: a slow fashion brand made by hand in NYC from vintage and deadstock textiles. Picnicwear strives for minimal waste but maximum authenticity; "Future Vintage over future garbage!". Shift Clothing, out of beautiful Astoria, Oregon, with a focus on natural fibers, simple hardworking designs, and putting fat people first.  Discover more at shiftwheeler.comNo Flight Back Vintage:  bringing fun, new life to old things.  Always using recycled and secondhand materials to make dope ass shit for dope ass people.  See more on instagram @noflightbackvintageLate to the Party, creating one of a kind statement clothing from vintage, salvaged and thrifted textiles. They hope to tap into the dreamy memories we all hold: floral curtains, a childhood dress, the wallpaper in your best friend’s rec room, all while creating modern sustainable garments that you'll love wearing and have for years to come. Late to the Party is passionate about celebrating and preserving textiles, the memories they hold, and the stories they have yet to tell. Check them out on Instagram!Vino Vintage, based just outside of LA.  We love the hunt of shopping secondhand because you never know what you might find! And catch us at flea markets around Southern California by following us on instagram <a href="https://www.instag
Super Timely Bonus Episode: The Department Breaks Down the Cult of #girlboss (Part 1 The Rise) Today rather than a new episode of Clotheshorse, Amanda wanted to share one of her favorite episodes of her other podcast The Department. This is part one of two about #girlboss, the commodification of feminism as a marketing story, and the nefarious beast and capitalist rebrand that is #hustle culture. And oh yeah, there's actually a bonus third episode.  Check them out!!! They are a great tie-in to both everything we’ve been talking about here during #CapitalismMonth and May’s theme of Labor. So please give it a listen. And if you like it, please listen to the second half. Maybe it will inspire you to call in with your story for #LaborMonth!
Patreon Exclusive Sneak Peek: The Rise + Fall of Victoria's Secret A special treat for all of you! This episode is a sneak peek of the kind of Patreon exclusive content you can access by becoming a monthly patron!  In this episode, you'll finally learn who to blame for "whale tail" (along with many other things)!Becoming a patron has a lot of perks! In addition to a new episode every month, you receive a biweekly Extra Credit Reading email that share some of the stuff Amanda has been reading and thinking about…and you get some cool Clotheshorse swag.  But most importantly, you are supporting Clotheshorse! Want to learn more? Go to patreon.com/clotheshorsepodcast. Clotheshorse is brought to you with support from the following sustainable brands:Selina Sanders, a social impact brand that specializes in up-cycled clothing, using only reclaimed, vintage or thrifted materials: from tea towels, linens, blankets and quilts.  Sustainably crafted in Los Angeles, each piece is designed to last in one's closet for generations to come.  Maximum Style; Minimal Carbon FootprintSalt Hats:  purveyors of truly sustainable hats. Hand blocked, sewn and embellished in Detroit, Michigan.Gentle Vibes:  We are purveyors of polyester and psychedelic relics! We encourage experimentation and play not only in your wardrobe, but in your home, too. We have thousands of killer vintage pieces ready for their next adventure! Picnicwear: a slow fashion brand made by hand in NYC from vintage and deadstock textiles. Picnicwear strives for minimal waste but maximum authenticity; Future Vintage over future garbage!Shift Clothing, out of beautiful Astoria, Oregon, with a focus on natural fibers, simple hardworking designs, and putting fat people first.  Discover more at shiftwheeler.comNo Flight Back Vintage:  bringing fun, new life to old things.  Always using recycled and secondhand materials to make dope ass shit for dope ass people.  See more on instagram @noflightbackvintageLate to the Party, creating one of a kind statement clothing from vintage, salvaged and thrifted textiles. They hope to tap into the dreamy memories we all hold: floral curtains, a childhood dress, the wallpaper in your best friend’s rec room, all while creating modern sustainable garments that you'll love wearing and have for years to come. Late to the Party is passionate about celebrating and preserving textiles, the memories they hold, and the stories they have yet to tell. Check them out on Instagram!Vino Vintage, based just outside of LA.  We love the hunt of shopping secondhand because you never know what you might find! And catch us at flea markets around Southern California by following us on instagram @vino.vintage so you don’t miss our next event! Shop Journal: Specializing in upcycled, handmade, and vintage fashion for all genders. Owner Laura Cerri makes each piece by hand with love in Pittsburgh, PA. With an emphasis on upcycled menswear, tie-dye, modern jewelry, cottage core collars and everything in-between, Shop Journal makes pieces they love and hopes you will, too. Getting dressed should always be fun! See more on instagram @shop_journalOld Flame Mending helps you keep your clothes intact through clothing repair, visible mending, and tailoring. Through extending the life of textiles, Old Flame Mending makes your pieces not only wearable and functional again, but also unique and beautiful. This mending duo is based in Pittsburgh, but they take mail in mending orders from anywhere in the US. For more information, visit them at oldflamemending.com or follow them @oldflamemending on Instagram!Gabriela Antonas is a visual Artist, an ethical trade fashion designer, but Gabriela Antonas is also a radical feminist micro-business.  She’s the one woman band
Episode 78: This Is Not A Bootstrap Story (Karrie Interviews Amanda!) Karrie Witkin–the Executive Editor and Resident Virgo of Clotheshorse.world–interviews Amanda about the experiences that motivate her crusade for a better and more equitable world.  This episode does have a trigger warning: Amanda is a survivor of some serious trauma, including child abuse, childhood cancer, and the sudden death of her partner.  It's okay to skip this episode!  If you want to get to know Amanda more without hearing all of this, check out her essays at Clotheshorse.world! Don't forget about your new hot Friday night date:  our weekly IG Live Q+A session at 8 pm Eastern Time.  What will Amanda wear?  Which cat will scratch the chair?  What is Brenda doing? There's only one way to find out…find us on instagram @clotheshorsepodcast.Want to support Clotheshorse *and* receive exclusive episodes, a weekly newsletter, and some swag? Then become a patron!You can also make a one-time donation via Venmo to @crystal_visionsClotheshorse.world has arrived!   But it’s not too late to get involved. we will need new content constantly so don’t worry about being late to the party! Learn more here. Do you have some feedback?  An episode idea?  Do YOU want to be a guest on Clotheshorse?  Drop us a line at [email protected]. Don’t forget The Clotheshorse Hotline! The phone number is 717.925.7417.  Call us!If you want to meet other Clotheshorse listeners, join the Clotheshorsing Around facebook group.  And don't forget to check out The Department!Clotheshorse is brought to you with support from the following sustainable brands:Selina Sanders, a social impact brand that specializes in up-cycled clothing, using only reclaimed, vintage or thrifted materials: from tea towels, linens, blankets and quilts.  Sustainably crafted in Los Angeles, each piece is designed to last in one's closet for generations to come.  Maximum Style; Minimal Carbon FootprintSalt Hats:  purveyors of truly sustainable hats. Hand blocked, sewn and embellished in Detroit, Michigan.Gentle Vibes:  We are purveyors of polyester and psychedelic relics! We encourage experimentation and play not only in your wardrobe, but in your home, too. We have thousands of killer vintage pieces ready for their next adventure! Picnicwear: a slow fashion brand made by hand in NYC from vintage and deadstock textiles. Picnicwear strives for minimal waste but maximum authenticity; Future Vintage over future garbage!Shift Clothing, out of beautiful Astoria, Oregon, with a focus on natural fibers, simple hardworking designs, and putting fat people first.  Discover more at shiftwheeler.comNo Flight Back Vintage:  bringing fun, new life to old things.  Always using recycled and secondhand materials to make dope ass shit for dope ass people.  See more on instagram @noflightbackvintageLate to the Party, creating one of a kind statement clothing from vintage, salvaged and thrifted textiles. They hope to tap into the dreamy memories we all hold: floral curtains, a childhood dress, the wallpaper in your best friend’s rec room, all while creating modern sustainable garments that you'll love wearing and have for years to come. Late to the Party is passionate about celebrating and preserving textiles, the memories they hold, and the stories they have yet to tell. Check them out on Instagram!Vino Vintage, based just outside of LA.  We love the hunt of shopping secondhand because you never know what you might find! And catch us at flea markets around Southern California by following us on instagram <a href="https:/

Elise shares her journey from vintage vibe to actual vintage/super unique personal style (with a cameo from Modcloth).

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Episode 86: Personal Style Stories (A Clotheshorse.world Crossover Episode) This episode is extra special because various members of the Clotheshorse.world staff have recorded short audio essays about their personal style. 

Elise shares her journey from vintage vibe to actual vintage/super unique personal style (with a cameo from Modcloth).

Iris tells us why she refuses to believe that beauty is pain.  

Phoebe finally buys a parka.

Karrie discusses the intersection between a changing body and her wardrobe.

Emma explains how her tattoos are a window into her personal identity.

Kelsey sets us straight on piercings.
And Amanda talks about her hair. 
And please…go check out all of their essays related to personal style over on the blog (and follow @clotheshorse.world on instagram because it's super cool)!Want to support Clotheshorse *and* receive exclusive episodes, a weekly newsletter, and some swag? Then become a patron!You can also make a one-time contribution via Venmo to @crystal_visionsDo you have some feedback?  An episode idea?  Do YOU want to be a guest on Clotheshorse?  Drop us a line at [email protected]. Don’t forget The Clotheshorse Hotline! The phone number is 717.925.7417.  Call us!If you want to meet other Clotheshorse listeners, join the Clotheshorsing Around facebook group.  And don't forget to check out The Department!Clotheshorse is brought to you with support from the following sustainable brands:Selina Sanders, a social impact brand that specializes in up-cycled clothing, using only reclaimed, vintage or thrifted materials: from tea towels, linens, blankets and quilts.  Sustainably crafted in Los Angeles, each piece is designed to last in one's closet for generations to come.  Maximum Style; Minimal Carbon FootprintSalt Hats:  purveyors of truly sustainable hats. Hand blocked, sewn and embellished in Detroit, Michigan.Gentle Vibes:  We are purveyors of polyester and psychedelic relics! We encourage experimentation and play not only in your wardrobe, but in your home, too. We have thousands of killer vintage pieces ready for their next adventure! Picnicwear: a slow fashion brand made by hand in NYC from vintage and deadstock textiles. Picnicwear strives for minimal waste but maximum authenticity; Future Vintage over future garbage!Shift Clothing, out of beautiful Astoria, Oregon, with a focus on natural fibers, simple hardworking designs, and putting fat people first.  Discover more at shiftwheeler.comNo Flight Back Vintage:  bringing fun, new life to old things.  Always using recycled and secondhand materials to make dope ass shit for dope ass people.  See more on instagram @noflightbackvintageLate to the Party, creating one of a kind statement clothing from vintage, salvaged and thrifted textiles. They hope to tap into the dreamy memories we all hold: floral curtains, a childhood dress, the wallpaper in your best friend’s rec room, all while creating modern sustainable garments that you'll love wearing and have for years to come. Late to the Party is passionate about celebrating and preserving textiles, the memories they hold, and the stories they have yet to tell. Check them out on Instagram!Vino Vintage, based just outside of LA.  We love the hunt of shopping secondhand because you never know what you might find! And catch us at flea markets around Southern California by following us on instagram <a href="https://www.i
Episode 94: Meet Me At The Juniors' Department (Department Stores with Jenny Of Late To The Party) CH All-Star Jenny of Late To The Party drops by for a good time as we break down the history of department stores, share our memories, and of course, hit on some pop culture moments.  Find Jenny on IG @latethethepartypeople.Extra Credit Reading:Under One Roof, Adam Gopnik, The New Yorker.Department Stores Bore? Heath Row, Fast Company.Le Tote Bought Lord & Taylor to Save It, but Both Are Bankrupt, Madeline Stone, Business Insider.Urban Outfitters Cannot Escape Le Tote's Trade Secret Claims, The Fashion Law. Share your own department store memories!
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If you want to meet other Clotheshorse listeners, join the Clotheshorsing Around facebook group.Want to support Clotheshorse *and* receive exclusive episodes, a weekly newsletter, and some swag? Then become a patron!You can also make a one-time contribution via Venmo to @crystal_visionsClotheshorse is brought to you with support from the following sustainable brands:Dylan Paige is an online clothing and lifestyle brand based out of St. Louis, MO. Our products are chosen with intention for the conscious community. Everything we carry is animal friendly, ethically made, sustainably sourced, and cruelty free. Dylan Paige is for those who never stop questioning where something comes from. We know that personal experience dictates what's sustainable for you, and we are here to help guide and support you to make choices that fit your needs.  Check us out at dylanpaige.com and find us on instagram @dylanpaigelifeandstyleLocated in Whistler, Canada, Velvet Underground is a "velvet jungle" full of vintage and second-hand clothes, plants, a vegan cafe and lots of rad products from other small sustainable businesses. Our mission is to create a brand and community dedicated to promoting self-expression, as well as educating and inspiring a more sustainable and conscious lifestyle both for the people and the planet.Find us on Instagram @shop_velvetunderground or online at www.shopvelvetunderground.comBlank Cass, or Blanket Coats by Cass, is focused on restoring, renewing, and reviving the history held within vintage and heirloom textiles. By embodying and transferring the love, craft, and energy that is original to each vintage textile into a new garment, I hope we can reteach ourselves to care for and mend what we have and make it last. Blank Cass lives on Instagram @blank_cass and a website will be launched soon at blankcass.com.Caren Kinne Studio:  Located in Western Massachusetts, Caren specializes in handcrafted earrings from found, upcycled, and repurposed fabrics as well as other eco-friendly curios,  all with  a hint of nostalgia, a dollop of whimsy, a dash of color and 100% fun.  Caren is an artist/designer who believes the materials we use matter. See more on Instagram @carenkinnestudioSt. Evens is an NYC-based vintage shop that is dedicated to bringing you those special pieces you’ll reach for again and again. More than just a store, St. Evens is dedicated to sharing the stories and history behind the garments. 10% of all sales are donated to a different charitable organization each month. For the month of August, St. Evens is supporting the <a href="https://www
Episode 97: Nothing is Disposable (with Liz Ricketts of the OR Foundation), part I Throwaway culture may not seem to affect you personally (spoiler: it actually is), but the fast fashion cycle of shop/wear a few times/donate is having a massive negative impact on humans, animals, and the planet…it’s just happening out of our line of sight. In part one of a three part series, Liz Ricketts of the OR Foundation breaks down the repercussions of our overconsumption on Ghana, its people, and our entire planet, bringing it into our full line of sight. About 15 million secondhand garments from the Global North arrive in Accra, Ghana each week. These bales of "dead white man's clothes" represent a massive industry with incredibly negative economic and environmental impact. Liz will describe a typical day in Kantamanto (the secondhand clothing market). She'll explain why resellers often say a prayer before opening a bale, and what happens to the 40% of these clothes that are simply not sellable.  Please follow the OR Foundation on IG @theorispresentExtra Credit Reading"This is not your goldmine. This is our mess," Liz Ricketts, High Snobiety."Dead White Man's Clothes," Liz Ricketts, Atmos.If you want to meet other Clotheshorse listeners, join the Clotheshorsing Around facebook group.Want to support Clotheshorse *and* receive exclusive episodes, a weekly newsletter, and some swag? Then become a patron!You can also make a one-time contribution via Venmo to @crystal_visionsClotheshorse is brought to you with support from the following sustainable brands:Salt Hats:  purveyors of truly sustainable hats. Hand blocked, sewn and embellished in Detroit, Michigan.Republica Unicornia Yarns: Hand-Dyed Yarn and notions for the color-obsessed. Made with love and some swearing in fabulous Atlanta, Georgia by Head Yarn Wench Kathleen. Get ready for rainbows with a side of Giving A Damn! Republica Unicornia is all about making your own magic using small-batch, responsibly sourced, hand-dyed yarns and thoughtfully made notions. Slow fashion all the way down and discover the joy of creating your very own beautiful hand knit, crocheted, or woven pieces. Find us on Instagram @republica_unicornia_yarns and at www.republicaunicornia.com.Gentle Vibes:  We are purveyors of polyester and psychedelic relics! We encourage experimentation and play not only in your wardrobe, but in your home, too. We have thousands of killer vintage pieces ready for their next adventure! Picnicwear: a slow fashion brand made by hand in NYC from vintage and deadstock textiles. Picnicwear strives for minimal waste but maximum authenticity; Future Vintage over future garbage!Shift Clothing, out of beautiful Astoria, Oregon, with a focus on natural fibers, simple hardworking designs, and putting fat people first.  Discover more at shiftwheeler.comNo Flight Back Vintage:  bringing fun, new life to old things.  Always using recycled and secondhand materials to make dope ass shit for dope ass people.  See more on instagram @noflightbackvintageLate to the Party, creating one of a kind statement clothing from vintage, salvaged and thrifted textiles. They hope to tap into the dreamy memories we all hold: floral curtains, a childhood dress, the wallpaper in your best friend’s rec room, all while creating modern sustainable garments that you'll love wearing and have for years to come. Late to the Party is passionate about celebrating and preserving textiles, the memories they hold, and the stories they have yet to tell. Check them out on Instagram!Vino Vintage, based just outside of LA.  We love the hunt of shopping secondhand because you never know what you might find! And catch
Episode 98: Nothing is Disposable (with Liz Ricketts of the OR Foundation), part II In part two of a three part series, Liz Ricketts of the OR Foundation is back to continue our discussion about the repercussions of our overconsumption on Ghana, its people, and our entire planet.  And Amanda gives a lesson on circularity and clothing recycling…and why these two terms are being used more and more in greenwashing campaigns.Please follow the OR Foundation on IG @theorispresentWatch the CBS Morning segment about fast fashion and Kantamanto:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aCPEwv3sZbsExtra Credit Reading:"What is Circular Fashion?"  Madeleine Hill, Good On You."What Is A Circular Economy?"  Teresa Domenech, The Conversation."Why The Circular Economy Will Not Fix Fashion's Sustainability Problem," Gulnaz Khusainova, Forbes.If you want to meet other Clotheshorse listeners, join the Clotheshorsing Around facebook group.Want to support Clotheshorse *and* receive exclusive episodes, a weekly newsletter, and some swag? Then become a patron!You can also make a one-time contribution via Venmo to @crystal_visionsClotheshorse is brought to you with support from the following sustainable brands:Thumbprint is Detroit's only fair trade marketplace, located in the historic Eastern Market.  Our small business specializes in products handmade by empowered women in South Africa making a living wage creating things they love like hand painted candles and ceramics! We also carry a curated assortment of  sustainable/natural locally made goods. Thumbprint is a great gift destination for both the special people in your life and for yourself! Browse our online store at thumbprintdetroit.com and find us on instagram @thumbprintdetroit.Country Feedback is a mom & pop record shop in Tarboro, North Carolina. They specialize in used rock, country, and soul and offer affordable vintage clothing and housewares. Do you have used records you want to sell? Country Feedback wants to buy them! Find us on Instagram @countryfeedbackvintageandvinyl or head downeast and visit our brick and mortar. All are welcome at this inclusive and family-friendly record shop in the country!Selina Sanders, a social impact brand that specializes in up-cycled clothing, using only reclaimed, vintage or thrifted materials: from tea towels, linens, blankets and quilts.  Sustainably crafted in Los Angeles, each piece is designed to last in one's closet for generations to come.  Maximum Style; Minimal Carbon FootprintSalt Hats:  purveyors of truly sustainable hats. Hand blocked, sewn and embellished in Detroit, Michigan.Republica Unicornia Yarns: Hand-Dyed Yarn and notions for the color-obsessed. Made with love and some swearing in fabulous Atlanta, Georgia by Head Yarn Wench Kathleen. Get ready for rainbows with a side of Giving A Damn! Republica Unicornia is all about making your own magic using small-batch, responsibly sourced, hand-dyed yarns and thoughtfully made notions. Slow fashion all the way down and discover the joy of creating your very own beautiful hand knit, crocheted, or woven pieces. Find us on Instagram @republica_unicornia_yarns and at www.republicaunicornia.com.Gentle Vibes:  We are purveyors of polyester and psychedelic relics! We encourage experimentation and play not only in your wardrobe, but in your home, too. We have thousands of killer vintage pieces ready for their next adventure! Picnicwear: a slow fashion brand made by hand in NYC from vintage and deadstock textiles. Picnicwear strives for minimal waste but maximum authenticity; Future Vintage over future garbage!<
Episode 99: Nothing is Disposable, part III (with Chloe and Sammy of the OR Foundation) In the final installment of a three part series, Chloe and Sammy of the OR Foundation continue our exploration of the repercussions of our overconsumption on Ghana, its people, and our entire planet.  Both of them are fashion designers–in addition to their work with the OR Foundation in Ghana–and they will explain how experiencing fast fashion's impact on the people of Accra has changed their relationship with fashion and clothing.  And Amanda explains how/why the fashion industry is creating 45 billion garments every year that will never be sold.Follow everyone on IG: The OR Foundation:  @theorispresentChloe: @chloe_asaam and @bold_underlinedSammy: @kofibrother and @_otteng Extra Credit Reading/Viewing:"Fast fashion in the U.S. is fueling an environmental disaster in Ghana," CBS News <—this is the segment mentioned in this episode."The Burden of Excess: It Falls on Her," Liz Ricketts, Fashion Revolution."The 2018 Apparel Industry Overproduction Report and Infographic," Sharecloth.If you want to meet other Clotheshorse listeners, join the Clotheshorsing Around facebook group.Want to support Clotheshorse *and* receive exclusive episodes, a weekly newsletter, and some swag? Then become a patron!You can also make a one-time contribution via Venmo to @crystal_visionsClotheshorse is brought to you with support from the following sustainable brands:Blank Cass, or Blanket Coats by Cass, is focused on restoring, renewing, and reviving the history held within vintage and heirloom textiles. By embodying and transferring the love, craft, and energy that is original to each vintage textile into a new garment, I hope we can reteach ourselves to care for and mend what we have and make it last. Blank Cass lives on Instagram @blank_cass and a website will be launched soon at blankcass.com.Caren Kinne Studio:  Located in Western Massachusetts, Caren specializes in handcrafted earrings from found, upcycled, and repurposed fabrics as well as other eco-friendly curios,  all with  a hint of nostalgia, a dollop of whimsy, a dash of color and 100% fun.  Caren is an artist/designer who believes the materials we use matter. See more on Instagram @carenkinnestudioSt. Evens is an NYC-based vintage shop that is dedicated to bringing you those special pieces you’ll reach for again and again. More than just a store, St. Evens is dedicated to sharing the stories and history behind the garments. 10% of all sales are donated to a different charitable organization each month. For the month of September, St. Evens is supporting the Lower East Side Girl’s Club, which connects young women and gender-expansive youth of color throughout New York City to healthy and successful futures through free, innovative year-round programming and mentoring. New vintage is released every Thursday at wearStEvens.com, with previews of new pieces and more brought to you on Instagram at @wear_st.evens.Thumbprint is Detroit's only fair trade marketplace, located in the historic Eastern Market.  Our small business specializes in products handmade by empowered women in South Africa making a living wage creating things they love like hand painted candles and ceramics! We also carry a curated assortment of  sustainable/natural locally made goods. Thumbprint is a great gift destination for both the special people in your life and for yourself! Browse our online store at thumbprintdetroit.com and find us on instagram @thumbprintdetroit.Country Feedback is a mom &am
Episode 100!!! Amanda + Meredith Save Halloween For the 100th episode, Amanda and special guest/CH All-Star Meredith tackle a subject near and dear: saving Halloween! Halloween is one of the best times of the year, but it's on the verge of being ruined by big business and throwaway culture. Learn the haunting stories of Spirit of Halloween and Party City! Hear chilling statistics about the waste and overconsumption associated with spooky season.  And learn ways to have a more sustainable and creatively satisfying holiday.Get some spooky vibes: The CH Spooky Vibes PlaylistSpooky Sounds (just one of many videos on YouTube with the sounds from Hallmark's collection of spooky sounds tapes)Halloween Pop-Up Stores Explained, Gaby Del Valle, Vox.If you want to meet other Clotheshorse listeners, join the Clotheshorsing Around facebook group.Want to support Clotheshorse *and* receive exclusive episodes, a weekly newsletter, and some swag? Then become a patron!You can also make a one-time contribution via Venmo to @crystal_visionsClotheshorse is brought to you with support from the following sustainable brands:Gabriela Antonas is a visual Artist, an ethical trade fashion designer, but Gabriela Antonas is also a radical feminist micro-business.  She’s the one woman band, trying to help you understand, why slow fashion is what the earth needs.  The one woman band, to help you build your brand ! She can take your fashion line from just a concept, and do your sketches, pattern making, grading, sourcing, cutting and sewing for you. Or the second option is  for those who aren’t trying to start a business, and who just want ethical garments! Gabriela will create custom garments for you. Her goal is to help one person, of any size, at a time, including beyond size 40.   For inquiries about this serendipitous intersectional offering of either concept DM her on Instagram to book a consultation. Please follow her on Instagram, Twitter, and Clubhouse at @gabrielaantonasDylan Paige is an online clothing and lifestyle brand based out of St. Louis, MO. Our products are chosen with intention for the conscious community. Everything we carry is animal friendly, ethically made, sustainably sourced, and cruelty free. Dylan Paige is for those who never stop questioning where something comes from. We know that personal experience dictates what's sustainable for you, and we are here to help guide and support you to make choices that fit your needs.  Check us out at dylanpaige.com and find us on instagram @dylanpaigelifeandstyleLocated in Whistler, Canada, Velvet Underground is a "velvet jungle" full of vintage and second-hand clothes, plants, a vegan cafe and lots of rad products from other small sustainable businesses. Our mission is to create a brand and community dedicated to promoting self-expression, as well as educating and inspiring a more sustainable and conscious lifestyle both for the people and the planet.Find us on Instagram @shop_velvetunderground or online at www.shopvelvetunderground.comBlank Cass, or Blanket Coats by Cass, is focused on restoring, renewing, and reviving the history held within vintage and heirloom textiles. By embodying and transferring the love, craft, and energy that is original to each vintage textile into a new garment, I hope we can reteach ourselves to care for and mend what we have and make it last. Blank Cass lives on Instagram @blank_cass and a website will be launched soon at blankcass.com.Caren Kinne Studio:  Located in Western Massachusetts, Caren specializes in handcrafted earrings from found, upcycled, and repurposed fabrics as well as other eco-friendly curios,  all with  a hint of nostalgia, a dollop of whimsy, a dash of color and 100% fun.  Caren is an artist/designer who believes the materials we use matter. See more on Instagram @carenkinnestudio<b
Episode 109: What If We Made The Supply Chain Cool? (featuring Michelle of Son of a Tailor) Michelle, the Head of Brand at Son of a Tailor, joins us to break down why made-to-order clothing is a more sustainable and ethical option.  We'll also ask ourselves "where is the joy in fast fashion?"  Victoria of Milkfed Press, Shannon of Agent Reclaim, and Jenn of Haus of Jaycee share their audio essays about their experiences as small business owners. And Amanda asks "how can we make the sustainability movement more inclusive and collaborative?"Use code ClothesHorse10 to get 10% off at Son of a Tailor through the end of 2021.IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: THE NEXT ROUND OF AUDIO ESSAYS!!!Tell us about the time you quit a job.  What finally made you do it? How did you feel? What happened next?  Did you start a new project? Did it improve your mental and physical health? What is your advice for others whO might be on the verge of making the same decision for themselves?Here are the details:
Record a 3-10 minute audio essay using your phone or computer. Email it to [email protected].  NO DMs.
The deadline is January 15, 2022.
Welcome Revive Athletics as a new sponsor of Clotheshorse (yay thank you)! . Use promo code “reviveit15” to get 15% off your first purchase at reviveathletics.com!And…please check out Nooworks!  Nooworks is all about making clothes in a sustainable way that make you look and feel good.If you want to meet other Clotheshorse listeners, join the Clotheshorsing Around facebook group.Want to support Clotheshorse *and* receive exclusive episodes and some swag? Then become a patron!You can also make a one-time contribution via Venmo to @crystal_visionsClotheshorse is brought to you with support from the following sustainable brands:Country Feedback is a mom & pop record shop in Tarboro, North Carolina. They specialize in used rock, country, and soul and offer affordable vintage clothing and housewares. Do you have used records you want to sell? Country Feedback wants to buy them! Find us on Instagram @countryfeedbackvintageandvinyl or head downeast and visit our brick and mortar. All are welcome at this inclusive and family-friendly record shop in the country!Selina Sanders, a social impact brand that specializes in up-cycled clothing, using only reclaimed, vintage or thrifted materials: from tea towels, linens, blankets and quilts.  Sustainably crafted in Los Angeles, each piece is designed to last in one's closet for generations to come.  Maximum Style; Minimal Carbon FootprintSalt Hats:  purveyors of truly sustainable hats. Hand blocked, sewn and embellished in Detroit, Michigan.Republica Unicornia Yarns: Hand-Dyed Yarn and notions for the color-obsessed. Made with love and some swearing in fabulous Atlanta, Georgia by Head Yarn Wench Kathleen. Get ready for rainbows with a side of Giving A Damn! Republica Unicornia is all about making your own magic using small-batch, responsibly sourced, hand-dyed yarns and thoughtfully made notions. Slow fashion all the way down and discover the joy of creating your very own beautiful hand knit, crocheted, or woven pieces. Find us on Instagram @republica_unicornia_yarns and at www.republicaunicornia.com.Gentle Vibes:  We are purveyors of polyester and psychedelic relics! We encourage experimentation and play not only in your wardrobe, but in your home, too. We have thousands of killer vintage pieces ready for their next adventure! Picnicwear:  a slow fashion brand, ethically made by hand from vintage and deadstock materials – most notably, vintage towels! Founder, Dani, has worked in the industry as a fashion designer for over 10 years, but started Picnicwear in response to her dissati
Episode 116: Buying New Underwear Instead of Doing Laundry: Meet Rita (part II) Please DON’T buy new underwear instead of doing laundry. Thanks!Rita of Panty Witch is back to talk about two of the major obstacles that limit access to slow fashion: size and cost. As part of that conversation, Amanda talks about Victoria’s Secret’s links to forced labor and worker exploitation. Veronica shares her audio essay about quitting her job (get ready to be inspired). And Amanda talks about Amazon’s current and future impact on what it means to be both an employer and an employee (no matter where you work).SO MUCH ADDITIONAL READING THIS WEEK!!!Inside Amazon’s Employment Machine (a series from The New York Times).Amazon’s Disposable Workers, by Irene Tung and Deborah Berkowitz, National Employment Law Project.“Internal Amazon documents shed light on how company pressures out 6% of office workers,” by Katherine Anne Long, The Seattle Times.“Some Amazon divisions have lost at least 35% of their staff in the past year. One reason: The company doesn't reward loyalty, insiders and former employees say,”  by Katherine Long, Eugene Kim, and Ashley Stewart, Insider.“Yes, prisoners used to sew lingerie for Victoria’s Secret — just like in ‘Orange is the New Black’ Season 3,” Emily Yahr, The Washington Post.“Victoria's Secret, Slave Labor And So-Called ‘Free Trade,’” Jonathan Tasini, Huff Post.If you want to meet other Clotheshorse listeners, join the Clotheshorsing Around facebook group.Want to support Clotheshorse *and* receive exclusive episodes and some swag? Then become a patron!You can also make a one-time contribution via Venmo to @crystal_visionsWelcome Revive Athletics as a new sponsor of Clotheshorse (yay thank you)! . Use promo code “reviveit15” to get 15% off your first purchase at reviveathletics.com!Clotheshorse is brought to you with support from the following sustainable brands:Cute Little Ruin is an online shop dedicated to providing quality vintage and secondhand clothing, vinyl, and home items in a wide range of styles and price points.  If it’s ethical and legal, we try to find a new home for it!  Vintage style with progressive values.  Find us on Instagram at @CuteLittleRuin.Blank Cass, or Blanket Coats by Cass, is focused on restoring, renewing, and reviving the history held within vintage and heirloom textiles. By embodying and transferring the love, craft, and energy that is original to each vintage textile into a new garment, I hope we can reteach ourselves to care for and mend what we have and make it last. Blank Cass lives on Instagram @blank_cass and a website will be launched soon at blankcass.com.Caren Kinne Studio:  Located in Western Massachusetts, Caren specializes in handcrafted earrings from found, upcycled, and repurposed fabrics as well as other eco-friendly curios,  all with  a hint of nostalgia, a dollop of whimsy, a dash of color and 100% fun.  Caren is an artist/designer who believes the materials we use matter. See more on Instagram @carenkinnestudioSt. Evens is an NYC-based vintage shop that is dedicated to bringing you those special pieces you’ll reach for again and again. More than just a store, St. Evens is dedicated to sharing the stories and history behind the garments. 10% of all sales are donated to a different charitable organization each month. For the month of February, St. Evens is supporting the <a href="https:
Episode 120: Quilt Clothes Must Live, featuring Dani + Lesley Do you remember that one weekend in late January when everyone was super upset (or possibly super pleased) by a video about "dumb" quilt clothing?  Well, today we're going to talk allllllll about it.  Dani of Picnicwear and quilter/artist/all-around rad person Lesley join Amanda to digest and dissect Mary Fons' January 2022 video decrying clothing made from upcycled quilts. Two people were riled up and one person changed their mind on the entire matter!"What is Cultural Appropriation?" Arlin Cucnic, Verywell Mind.Quilt preservation/repair by Ann Wasserman @ann_quiltshttps://www.annquilts.com/See more of Lesley's work:Piecework Collective @pieceworkcollectivehttp://pieceworkcollective.com/lesleygold.com Attend Amanda's virtual workshop with the Lake Bluff Library!When: Tuesday, March 8, 7pm CSTWhere: Zoom (you will receive the link after registering)How to register: go to bit.ly/lake-bluff NEW AUDIO ESSAY OPPORTUNITY ALERT!In last week's episode, we talked about the style “rules” that we have all had forced upon us as if they are actual laws. From “no mini skirts after 30 “ to “cut your hair short at some mysterious age,” we are swimming in a sea of style rules around age, gender, size, and lifestyle that are frankly, bullshit.  Yet we’ve been exposed to them for so long that we don’t know that they are bullshit?I want to hear from you: What is a style “rule” that you’re glad to break? What was your journey to realizing that your style was personal and nothing to do with anyone else’s rules and opinions? Or conversely, are you fearful of breaking the rules and why?  Tell us about your relationship with how you dress!Okay, but what is an audio essay?
It’s a recording you make–using either your phone or your computer.
You email it to me at [email protected], and I edit and mix it, and add it to an episode. I will not accept written essays for this.  
I recommend that you write it all out, then record it.  It’s okay if you make a mistake while recording, just say that part again and keep talking. I’ll edit it when I put it in the episode!
Record in a quiet room, away from fans/air conditioners.
The deadline for this project is April 1.  Your recording should be anywhere from 3 minutes to 10 minutes long.
Clotheshorse is brought to you with support from the following sustainable brands:Salt Hats:  purveyors of truly sustainable hats. Hand blocked, sewn and embellished in Detroit, Michigan.Republica Unicornia Yarns: Hand-Dyed Yarn and notions for the color-obsessed. Made with love and some swearing in fabulous Atlanta, Georgia by Head Yarn Wench Kathleen. Get ready for rainbows with a side of Giving A Damn! Republica Unicornia is all about making your own magic using small-batch, responsibly sourced, hand-dyed yarns and thoughtfully made notions. Slow fashion all the way down and discover the joy of creating your very own beautiful hand knit, crocheted, or woven pieces. Find us on Instagram @republica_unicornia_yarns and at www.republicaunicornia.com.Gentle Vibes:  We are purveyors of polyester and psychedelic relics! We encourage experimentation and play not only in your wardrobe, but in your home, too. We have thousands of killer vintage pieces ready for their next adventure! Picnicwear:  a slow fashion brand, ethically made by hand from vintage and deadstock materials – most notably, vintage towels! Founder, Dani, has worked in the industry as a fashion designer for over 10 years, but started Picnicwear in response to her dissatisfaction with the industry's shortcomings. Picnicwear recently moved to rural North Carolina where all their clothing and accessories are now designed and cut, but the majority of their sewing is done by skilled garment workers in NYC.
Episode 128: Re/WORKED Circular Design Summit Amanda discusses circularity, resale, and the beauty of a #SecondhandFirst lifestyle with industry experts participating in the Re/WORKED Circular Design Summit.  With support from the Conscious Fashion and Lifestyle Network, a joint initiative of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs – the Division for Sustainable Development Goals, the United Nations Office for Partnerships and the Fashion Impact Fund, and curated by Laura Siegel, Re/WORKED, the Circular Design Summit, brings together the Circular Fashion Community for an intimate, collaborative, solution driven summit. Discover more on instagram @reworkedsummit and @reworkedmarket.In this episode, you will meet:

Laura Siegel, designer and curator of Re/WORKED.

Carmen Gama, Director of Circular Design at Eileen Fisher and Co-Founder of MAKE ANEEW, a B2B Circular Design Recycling Center that recovers value from post-consumer clothing through repair, remanufacturing and fiber to fiber recycling. @makeaneew


Crystal Lee Early and Natalie Mumford, of 3 Women, a sustainable fashion brand located in Long Beach, California 

Lacie Thorne, founder of Phigitals, a fashion resale platform that incentivizes brands and consumers into the circular economy.
Find this episode's transcript (and so much more) at clotheshorsepodcast.comWant to support Amanda's work on Clotheshorse? Learn more at patreon.com/clotheshorsepodcastClotheshorse is brought to you with support from the following sustainable brands:Gentle Vibes:  We are purveyors of polyester and psychedelic relics! We encourage experimentation and play not only in your wardrobe, but in your home, too. We have thousands of killer vintage pieces ready for their next adventure! Picnicwear:  a slow fashion brand, ethically made by hand from vintage and deadstock materials – most notably, vintage towels! Founder, Dani, has worked in the industry as a fashion designer for over 10 years, but started Picnicwear in response to her dissatisfaction with the industry's shortcomings. Picnicwear recently moved to rural North Carolina where all their clothing and accessories are now designed and cut, but the majority of their sewing is done by skilled garment workers in NYC. Their customers take comfort in knowing that all their sewists are paid well above NYC minimum wage. Picnicwear offers minimal waste and maximum authenticity: Future Vintage over future garbage.Shift Clothing, out of beautiful Astoria, Oregon, with a focus on natural fibers, simple hardworking designs, and putting fat people first.  Discover more at shiftwheeler.com​High Energy Vintage is a fun and funky vintage shop located in Somerville, MA, just a few minutes away from downtown Boston. They offer a highly curated selection of bright and colorful clothing and accessories from the 1940s-1990s for people of all genders. Husband-and-wife duo Wiley & Jessamy handpick each piece for quality and style, with a focus on pieces that transcend trends and will find a home in your closet for many years to come! In addition to clothing, the shop also features a large selection of vintage vinyl and old school video games. Find them on instagram @ highenergyvintage, online at highenergyvintage.com, and at markets in and around Boston.Blank Cass, or Blanket Coats by Cass, is focused on restoring, renewing, and reviving the history held within vintage and heirloom textiles. By embodying and transferring the love, craft, and energy that is original to each vintage textile into a new garment, I hope we can reteach ourselves to care for and mend what w
Episode 130: Meet Nicole of Swap Society This episode is super sized because Amanda is taking next week off!Nicole Robertson had a career in beauty (and she’s got some wisdom to share), before starting Swap Society in 2017. Swap Society is an online clothing swap that is really redefining how the clothing swap –usually an IRL event–can exist virtually via technology and an alt-currency called SwapCoin.  So you’re kinda getting two episodes in one today! First, we’ll hear about her experiences in the beauty industry, and then we’ll shift into the hows and whys of Swap Society. And Amanda explains why we can't use "there's no ethical consumption under capitalism" as a reason to give up and buy a Keurig! Find Swap Society on IG: @swapsocietyInterested in trying Swap Society (do it!!)? Get 15% off membership for new members by using promo code CLOTHESHORSE.(This is not a paid sponsorship).NEW AUDIO ESSAY SERIES!!!In honor of Clotheshorse's upcoming TWO YEAR ANNIVERSARY(!), let's share our own sustainability/slow fashion journeys!
What made you start to care more about sustainability, particularly in regards to things you wear?
What changes were most difficult? What were the easiest?
How do you think slow fashion could be more accessible to others?
And how do you find yourself making changes on a regular basis? Do you have any tips for others?
Okay, but what is an audio essay?It’s a recording you make–using either your phone or your computer.You email it to me at [email protected], and I edit and mix it, and add it to an episode. I will not accept written essays for this.  I recommend that you write it all out, then record it.  It’s okay if you make a mistake while recording, just say that part again and keep talking. I’ll edit it when I put it in the episode!Record in a quiet room, away from fans/air conditioners.The deadline for this project is July 1, so you have a few weeks to get this done.  Your recording should be anywhere from 3 minutes to 10 minutes long.Have questions/comments/cute animal photos? Reach out via email:  [email protected] this episode's transcript (and so much more) at clotheshorsepodcast.comWant to support Amanda's work on Clotheshorse? Learn more at patreon.com/clotheshorsepodcastClotheshorse is brought to you with support from the following sustainable brands:Cute Little Ruin is an online shop dedicated to providing quality vintage and secondhand clothing, vinyl, and home items in a wide range of styles and price points.  If it’s ethical and legal, we try to find a new home for it!  Vintage style with progressive values.  Find us on Instagram at @CuteLittleRuin.Thumbprint is Detroit's only fair trade marketplace, located in the historic Eastern Market.  Our small business specializes in products handmade by empowered women in South Africa making a living wage creating things they love like hand painted candles and ceramics! We also carry a curated assortment of  sustainable/natural locally made goods. Thumbprint is a great gift destination for both the special people in your life and for yourself! Browse our online store at thumbprintdetroit.com and find us on instagram @thumbprintdetroit.Country Feedback is a mom & pop record shop in Tarboro, North Carolina. They specialize in used rock, country, and soul and offer affordable vintage clothing and housewares. Do you have used records you want to sell? Country Feedback wants to buy them! Find us on Instagram @countryfeedbackvintageandvinyl or head downeast and visit our brick and mortar. All are welcome at this inclusive and family-friendly record shop in the country!Selina Sanders, a social impact brand that specializes in up-cycled clothing, using only reclaimed, vintage or thrifted materials: from tea towels, linens, blankets and quilts.  Sustainably crafted in Los Angeles, each piece is designed to last in one's closet for generations to come.  Maximum Style; Minimal Carbon Footprint
Resellers are taking all of “the good stuff.”
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Episode 160: Examining The Ethics of Secondhand Resale (part 2) with Alex of St. Evens This week’s episode is part two of a THREE episode series examining the ethics of secondhand resale with Alex of St. Evens.In the second installment, we will tackle two arguments often tossed around in discussions about secondhand on social media:
Resellers are taking all of “the good stuff.”
Resellers are responsible for rising prices at thrift stores.
There is a lot of money to be made off of secondhand resale, and in the introduction, we'll dig into where that money is going and who's really "making bank."Thank you to everyone who contributed to this episode: Tamara, Aimee, Maria, Amanda, Christine, Vilma, and Weenie.Additional reading:"Even Thrift Stores Aren’t Immune From Rising Prices," Jacob Gallagher, The Wall Street Journal.If you want to share your opinion/additional thoughts on the subjects we cover in each episode, feel free to email, whether it’s a typed out message or an audio recording:  [email protected]  Instagram DMs will be turned off for the duration of this series.Get 25% off your order from North America Herb & Spice with the promo code clotheshorse25.Check out Amanda's other podcast, The Department.Find the transcript at clotheshorsepodcast.comWant to support Amanda's work on Clotheshorse? Learn more at patreon.com/clotheshorsepodcastClotheshorse is brought to you with support from the following sustainable small businesses:Selina Sanders, a social impact brand that specializes in up-cycled clothing, using only reclaimed, vintage or thrifted materials: from tea towels, linens, blankets and quilts.  Sustainably crafted in Los Angeles, each piece is designed to last in one's closet for generations to come.  Maximum Style; Minimal Carbon Footprint.Salt Hats:  purveyors of truly sustainable hats. Hand blocked, sewn and embellished in Detroit, Michigan.Republica Unicornia Yarns: Hand-Dyed Yarn and notions for the color-obsessed. Made with love and some swearing in fabulous Atlanta, Georgia by Head Yarn Wench Kathleen. Get ready for rainbows with a side of Giving A Damn! Republica Unicornia is all about making your own magic using small-batch, responsibly sourced, hand-dyed yarns and thoughtfully made notions. Slow fashion all the way down and discover the joy of creating your very own beautiful hand knit, crocheted, or woven pieces. Find us on Instagram @republica_unicornia_yarns and at www.republicaunicornia.com.Cute Little Ruin is an online shop dedicated to providing quality vintage and secondhand clothing, vinyl, and home items in a wide range of styles and price points.  If it’s ethical and legal, we try to find a new home for it!  Vintage style with progressive values.  Find us on Instagram at @CuteLittleRuin.Thumbprint is Detroit's only fair trade marketplace, located in the historic Eastern Market.  Our small business specializes in products handmade by empowered women in South Africa making a living wage creating things they love like hand painted candles and ceramics! We also carry a curated assortment of  sustainable/natural locally made goods. Thumbprint is a great gift destination for both the special people in your life and for yourself! Browse our online store at thumbprintdetroit.com and find us on instagram @thumbprintdetroit.Gentle Vibes:  We are purveyors of polyester and psychedelic relics! We encourage experimentation and play not only in your wardrobe, but in your home, too. We have thousands of killer vintage pieces ready for their next adventure! Picnicwear:  a slow fashion brand, ethically made by hand from vinta
Episode 161: Examining The Ethics of Secondhand Resale (part 3) with Alex of St. Evens This week’s episode is part three of what is now a FOUR episode series (surprise!) examining the ethics of secondhand resale with Alex of St. Evens.In the third installment, we will be exploring the final myth: Resellers misrepresent what they’re selling, list things at wildly inflated prices, and overall behave miserably both online and in person.  We will also explore what we think is at the root of all of this anti-reseller rhetoric that just seems to become more and more extreme with each passing day. Thank you to everyone who contributed to this episode: Chloe, Tamara, Jules, Haylee, Jaimie, Josselyn, Maddie, Momina, Ann, and two different people named Erin!If you want to share your opinion/additional thoughts on the subjects we cover in each episode, feel free to email, whether it’s a typed out message or an audio recording:  [email protected]  Instagram DMs will be turned off for the duration of this series.Get 25% off your order from North America Herb & Spice with the promo code clotheshorse25.Check out Amanda's other podcast, The Department.Find the transcript at clotheshorsepodcast.comWant to support Amanda's work on Clotheshorse? Learn more at patreon.com/clotheshorsepodcastClotheshorse is brought to you with support from the following sustainable small businesses:Gabriela Antonas is a visual artist, an upcycler, and a fashion designer, but Gabriela Antonas is also a feminist micro business with radical ideals. She’s the one woman band, trying to help you understand, why slow fashion is what the earth needs. If you find your self in New Orleans, LA, you may buy her ready-to-wear upcycled garments in person at the store “Slow Down” (2855 Magazine St). Slow Down Nola only sells vintage and slow fashion from local designers. Gabriela’s garments are guaranteed to be in stock in person, but they also have a website so you may support this women owned and run business from wherever you are! If you are interested in Gabriela making a one of a kind garment for you DM her on Instagram at @slowfashiongabriela to book a consultation.Vagabond Vintage DTLV is a vintage clothing, accessories & decor reselling business based in Downtown Las Vegas. Not only do we sell in Las Vegas, but we are also located throughout resale markets in San Francisco as well as at a curated boutique called Lux and Ivy located in Indianapolis, Indiana. Jessica, the founder & owner of Vagabond Vintage DTLV, recently opened the first IRL location located in the Arts District of Downtown Las Vegas on August 5th. The shop has a strong emphasis on 60s & 70s garments, single stitch tee shirts & dreamy loungewear. Follow them on instagram, @vagabondvintage.dtlv and keep an eye out for their website coming fall of 2022.Country Feedback is a mom & pop record shop in Tarboro, North Carolina. They specialize in used rock, country, and soul and offer affordable vintage clothing and housewares. Do you have used records you want to sell? Country Feedback wants to buy them! Find us on Instagram @countryfeedbackvintageandvinyl or head downeast and visit our brick and mortar. All are welcome at this inclusive and family-friendly record shop in the country!Located in Whistler, Canada, Velvet Underground is a "velvet jungle" full of vintage and second-hand clothes, plants, a vegan cafe and lots of rad products from other small sustainable businesses. Our mission is to create a brand and community dedicated to promoting self-expression, as well as educating and inspiring a more sustainable and conscious lifestyle both for the people and the planet.Find us on Instagram @shop_velvetunderground or online at www.shopvelvetunderground.comSelina Sanders, a social impact brand that specializes in up-cycled clothing, using only reclaimed, vintage or thrifted materials: from tea towels, linens, blankets and quilts.  Sustainably crafted
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Episode 159: Examining The Ethics of Secondhand Resale (part 1) with Alex of St. Evens This week’s episode is part one of a THREE episode series examining the ethics of secondhand resale with Alex of St. Evens.In the first installment, we will tackle two arguments often tossed around in discussions about secondhand on social media:
Thrift stores are designed to be a resource for low income people.
Resellers are making tons of money from taking things that should be for low income people.
The intro segment for this episode will focus on the reality that many people have shifted their behavior from overconsuming fast fashion to overconsuming secondhand clothing.  And we will talk about how we can change that!Thank you to everyone who contributed to this episode:  Stacie, Mags, Clare, Sarah, Katherine, and Amanda. Some additional reading:"Is Reselling Thrifted Clothing Sustainable or Selfish? TikTok User Sparks Ethical Debate," Emmaly Anderson, Bust."The Complicated Reality of Thrift Store 'Gentrification'," Hazel Cills, Jezebel."Rags to Riches," Anne Colamosca, The New York Times.Listen again or for the first time:Episode 97: Nothing is Disposable (with Liz Ricketts of the OR Foundation), part IEpisode 98: Nothing is Disposable (with Liz Ricketts of the OR Foundation), part IIEpisode 99: Nothing is Disposable, part III (with Chloe and Sammy of the OR Foundation)You can also find these episodes anywhere you listen to podcasts!If you want to share your opinion/additional thoughts on the subjects we cover in each episode, feel free to email, whether it’s a typed out message or an audio recording:  [email protected]  Instagram DMs will be turned off for the duration of this series.Get 25% off your order from North America Herb & Spice with the promo code clotheshorse25.Check out Amanda's other podcast, The Department.Find the transcript at clotheshorsepodcast.comWant to support Amanda's work on Clotheshorse? Learn more at patreon.com/clotheshorsepodcastClotheshorse is brought to you with support from the following sustainable small businesses:Cute Little Ruin is an online shop dedicated to providing quality vintage and secondhand clothing, vinyl, and home items in a wide range of styles and price points.  If it’s ethical and legal, we try to find a new home for it!  Vintage style with progressive values.  Find us on Instagram at @CuteLittleRuin.Thumbprint is Detroit's only fair trade marketplace, located in the historic Eastern Market.  Our small business specializes in products handmade by empowered women in South Africa making a living wage creating things they love like hand painted candles and ceramics! We also carry a curated assortment of  sustainable/natural locally made goods. Thumbprint is a great gift destination for both the special people in your life and for yourself! Browse our online store at thumbprintdetroit.com and find us on instagram @thumbprintdetroit.Gentle Vibes:  We are purveyors of polyester and psychedelic relics! We encourage experimentation and play not only in your wardrobe, but in your home, too. We have thousands of killer vintage pieces ready for their next adventure! Picnicwear:  a slow fashion brand, ethically made by hand from vintage and deadstock materials – most notably, vintage towels! Founder, Dani, has worked in the industry as a fashion designer for over 10 years, but s
Don't Forget To Laugh In today's episode, Tia breaks down the benefits of laughing and how it should be incorporated into our lives on a daily basis.  Tia names several benefits to laughing like…Laughter boosts immunity.Laughter relieves pain.Laughter reduces stress.Laughter boosts cardiovascular health.Tia hopes that after listening to this episode, you will find excuses to laugh more!Get your copy of Unwrittten 'Til Now! Not part of the Chasin' Beauty Community yet? Join our Facebook Group | Beauty This & Beauty ThatFollow Tia: beauty_this_beauty_that If you loved today's episode, please share with other BEAUTIES!
KNOW THE SIGNS In today's episode, Tia breaks down her experience while caring for a loved one with dementia.   Tia talks about…Early signs of dementia.The importance of having a village.Tia hopes that after listening to this episode, you will be more equipped to care for your loved one and to notice the signs of this horrible disease.Get your copy of Unwrittten 'Til Now!Not part of the Chasin' Beauty Community yet? Join our Facebook Group | Beauty This & Beauty ThatFollow Tia: beauty_this_beauty_that If you loved today's episode, please share with other BEAUTIES!
Heal Yourself – You Deserve It In today's episode, Tia breaks down the importance of healing after a breakup.  So many times, the focus in the relationship is on the other person and when that happens, we lose ourselves.  Tia hopes that after listening to this episode, you will be able to be honest with yourself enough to heal from a broken relationship because YOU DESERVE IT!Get your copy of Unwrittten 'Til Now!Not part of the Chasin' Beauty Community yet? Join our Facebook Group | Beauty This & Beauty ThatFollow Tia: beauty_this_beauty_that If you loved today's episode, please share with other BEAUTIES!
Ep. 24 – You Can’t Have Love Without Grief and Other Dualities with Stacy London (Part 2) When Wendy sat down with Stacy London last week, the two couldn’t stop talking. So Wendy decided to make another Cropped(ish) episode with America’s Favorite Former CEO. From staying true to yourself, finding forgiveness, tapping into empathy, facing mortality, and telling your people that you love them…listen up as Wendy and Stacy cover it all.
Ep. 25 – Forgiveness is the fountain of youth (not really, but it’s really good for you) The science is in: Holding onto grudges is worse for the grudge holder than for anyone it might be directed toward. Staying mad is so 1989. It’s time to let go and free ourselves of the negativity. This week, Wendy offers a few words of encouragement and a quick rundown of the side effects of forgiving.
Ep. 26 – Comparison is the thief of joy In this season of our lives, who needs to keep up with the Joneses? Not us, Croppers. Yes, we live in the era of 24/7 access to the lives of others. Or, we should say, to the “lives” of others. What we see on social media is heavily curated and it’s important to remember that comparing ourselves to others is a dead end, and comparing ourselves to the curated version of others can be deadly to the soul. Let’s evolve past comparison and judgment because doing so is freeing. Wendy had something to say so grab the dog, the leash and your earbuds and check out this episode.
Spring unfold new you How to be the dream new you at this exciting time of year
SPRING! And new Challenges The weddings, graduations, collage, jobs, on your own is scary so let’s break it down.
How Much Are You Willing to Spend on Sunscreen? Our resident mother, Sara, is back! She'll be joining the pod for Tuesday episodes and will soon be back full-time. Upon her return, she shares what she's been up to, has a little cry, and then shares her take on the Barbie, er, Ken discourse. (If you're anti-Barbie and therefore anti-fun, skip to 14:30 to get into the beauty conversation.) Then we make an announcement about WOYF before diving into several new sunscreen launches. We want to know: given how much SPF you're supposed to apply on daily basis, how much are you willing to spend on a sunscreen? Call or text the hotline or send us an email to share your favorite sunscreens and what you spend on them. Then it's time for beauty news: both The Sims and Crayola employed beauty industry veterans to diversify their offerings, Amazon will begin to warn buyers of frequently returned items, and Aesop was bought for $2.5B, which begs the question: how familiar are you with the brand?Shop this episodeGlossAngelesPod.comhttps://linktr.ee/glossangelespodCALL or TEXT US: 424-341-0426Email: [email protected] products from our episodesJoin our FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/glossangelespodcastInstagram: @glossangelspod, @kirbiejohnson, @saratanTwitter: @glossangelespod, @kirbiejohnson, @saratan Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Kayali's Mona Kattan on Gourmand Fragrances, Middle Eastern Beauty Traditions and the State of Social Media Mona Kattan has been in the beauty community before some influencers in the community could even apply makeup on their own. Kattan is the President and Co-Founder of Huda Beauty along with her sister, Huda Kattan and Alya Kattan. In addition to a vast cosmetics offering, Huda Beauty launched Kayali Fragrances in 2018, which Mona oversees the strategy for and serves as the face of. She's on the show to share her best hair advice, how Middle Eastern beauty standards differ from Western beauty ideals, the three notes in all Kayali fragrances, her mixed feelings on social media and how it can affect brands, and she shares a great piece of business advice anyone can benefit from. Plus, she shares more details on Kayali's newest offering, Pistachio Gelato. Shop Mona's episodeGlossAngelesPod.comhttps://linktr.ee/glossangelespodCALL US: 424-341-0426Shop products from our episodesJoin our FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/glossangelespodcastInstagram: @glossangelspod, @kirbiejohnson, @saratanTwitter: @glossangelespod, @kirbiejohnson, @saratanEmail: [email protected] Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
EP 132: Semi or permanent? Which is best for Red & Copper hair colours? What is the Secret to Formulating Reds and Coppers with every brand?  Should you be choosing a semi-permanent or permanent hair colour in the salon? Is it your colour theory knowledge that’s holding you back? Or perhaps you have some limited beliefs stuck in your head from someone you used to work with in another salon that was trying to be helpful by telling you only one brand can create beautiful reds… actually not true, right?! I will answer 2 of the most FAQs about red and copper hair colouring in this podcast episode. Listen to learn why and which option (semi or tint) is best to create beautiful and natural-looking reds for your clients when working behind the salon chair. My NEW online course THE REAL SECRETS TO FORMULATING Reds & Copper Hair Colour is here! Get it while it lasts at the special launch price of $99 https://www.kristinarussell.online/redrealsecrets Listen to episode 132 of the Colour Kristina Talks podcast to learn more!  ———————————————— Want to learn more? Here are a few ways I can help you: Full show notes and learning resource links can be found at https://www.kristinarussell.com.au/132
EP 133: The Real Secret to Formulating Reds & Copper Hair Colour What is the real secret to formulating reds and copper haircolour? Is it the brand you use? It is impossible to achieve natural-looking coppers and red with your brand? Do you always get root glow when trying to cover greys in red formulas? These are the common questions that lead to fear-based colouring in salons. I don’t want that for you, so I’m sharing the answer to all of these questions in this podcast by discussing how to decode colour tube labels, deciding on colours to mix, tips for peroxide selection and how to approach every red & copper colour with more confidence.   My NEW online course THE REAL SECRETS TO FORMULATING Reds & Copper Hair Colour is here! Get it while it lasts at the special launch price of $99 https://www.kristinarussell.online/redrealsecrets Listen to episode 132 of the Colour Kristina Talks podcast to learn more!  ———————————————— Want to learn more? Here are a few ways I can help you: Full show notes and learning resource links can be found at https://www.kristinarussell.com.au/133
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Gym, Tan, Talk A Lot of S*it: Jersey Shore Family Vacation Reaction The ladies are back to tell you all about the bronzers they are using, some pop culture news that involves Miranda Lambert and to top it all off, these two "Jersey Shore: Family Vacation" fans recap some of the latest news and drama coming from the Jerz gang.
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Our Favorite Mascaras + Fake Nails 101 The ladies share their favorite mascaras plus answer some listener questions and Jen walks Victoria through the dos and don'ts of fake nails.
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Fashion’s Day in Court: Gwyneth’s Best Ski Trial Looks This week Victoria and Jen break down “the trial of the century” aka the Gwyneth Paltrow ski crash trial that has been airing live on Court TV. While the trial itself has plenty of memorable moments, perhaps the biggest takeaway is what GP has been wearing to court! Then in streaming news, Victoria reviews the Netflix documentary “Waco: American Apocalypse” and Jen shares why everyone needs to be watching “The Company You Keep” on ABC!
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The Best Products For All The Hair On Your Body! This week Jen and Victoria discuss the bankruptcy filing from one of Jen’s favorite beauty brands, Morphe plus a discussion about what really happens to beauty brands when they’re bought by huge parent companies. Then the ladies talk all things shaving and Victoria shares why Billie razors and their shaving cream is the best she’s ever used. And finally, Victoria takes a walk down memory lane by buying her favorite shampoo from childhood to see if it still holds up. Check out our new YouTube channel by searching Beauty Pop Podcast for more bonus content!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Cleansers for all Occasions! This week Jen and Victoria share their favorite cleansers for every situation. Whether you need hardcore makeup removal, just a gentle cleanse in the morning, or something in between, they’ve got you covered! If you have super dry and sensitive skin, oily or combination skin, there are more cleansing options than you may think!   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Off the main street – With Kelly Dawson and Scott Ogden, Dawson Denim (#117) Today we are off to the British seaside to meet Kelly Dawson and Scott Ogden of Dawson Denim, a small maker of quality jeans. We talk about how Kelly became increasingly disenchanted with her career in the garment industry, about Japanese denim, how offering free repairs brought media mentions, meeting through the vintage music scene and how their shared interest in nostalgia has informed their designs. Oh, Scott's erratic style transformations and his years living in 1966!You can find Dawdon Denim on the web at dawsondenim.com and on Instagram as @dawsondenim.Garmology is made by Nick Johannessen. There is no advertising or sponsorship, but you are welcome to support the podcast at buymeacoffee.com/garmologyNick Johannessen is also the editor of the WellDressedDad blog and WellDressedDad on Instagram. You can email Nick as Garmology (at) WellDressedDad.com.Garmology theme music by Fabian Stordalen.
Get ahead with a hat – With Allon Zloof, Tom Smarte (#118) This week's guest is Allon Zloof, a fourth-generation hatmaker with the family-owned Tom Smarte. We talk about different styles, a bit of history, where hats are at today, changes in the hatmaking industry, how to select a hat to suit you, sizing, materials and maybe more importantly how to find the confidence to don a hat! You can find Tom Smarte on the web here and on Instagram as @tomsmarte.Garmology is made by Nick Johannessen. There is no advertising or sponsorship, but you are welcome to support the podcast at buymeacoffee.com/garmologyNick Johannessen is also the editor of the WellDressedDad blog and WellDressedDad on Instagram. You can email Nick as Garmology (at) WellDressedDad.com.Garmology theme music by Fabian Stordalen.
Is It Just Me: No worries if not x This week, the girls talk men's egos x sex toys, how to conduct oneself in a whatsapp group and how to deal with weight talk at the doctors…Follow us on Instagram @shouldideletethatEmail us at [email protected] & edited by Daisy GrantMusic by Alex Andrew Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Healing things we're ashamed of with Megan Rose Lane This week the girls are joined by mentor, coach and Instagram icon Megan Rose Lane. Megan shares her incredible wisdom, with a particular focus on the shadow self and what that means to her. She explains that all growth and understanding, whether with oneself or others, comes first from compassion. Follow Megan on Instagram @megan_rose_laneFollow us on Instagram @shouldideletethatEmail us at [email protected] & edited by Daisy GrantMusic by Alex Andrew Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Is It Just Me: The whole of the moon In this week's IIJM, the girls talk about the end of the ick, the Kardashians and why you should always wear pyjamas…Follow us on Instagram @shouldideletethatEmail us at [email protected] & edited by Daisy GrantMusic by Alex Andrew Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dropping filters and cultivating confidence with Sasha Pallari This week on the pod, Em and Alex are joined by Sasha Pallari. Sasha is an influencer, YouTuber and the creator of #FILTERDROP, a hashtag and movement on instagram dedicated to showing real skin. Sasha also took this movement to the Advertising Standards Authority in order to prevent make up and skincare brands from advertising with filtered skin, and she won! Sasha talks about her journey with confidence, and how #FILTERDROP and theatre have helped her along the way…Find Sasha on YouTube, Instagram and TikTok @sashapallariFollow us on Instagram @shouldideletethatEmail us at [email protected] & edited by Daisy GrantMusic by Alex Andrew Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Creativity is not the only driver: how the fashion industry works We see fashion collections, runways, and magazines… but the output of the fashion industry is not a result of creative decisions only. Before the creative work, there is something else.At the end of the day, fashion companies are a business and they need to generate profits. If you want to work in fashion you need to learn its mechanisms. Register here for my free live webinar about Excel for the fashion industry  Enroll in the Excel for fashion courseVisit our website for more career advice: www.glamobserver.com Follow us on Instagram for daily updates: @glamobserver
10 Fashion Industry Terms and their Definitions Do you want to work in fashion? Well, you need to expand your fashion vocabulary then and start using the correct fashion jargon.   In this podcast episode, I'll share the definitions of 10 fashion industry terms that any fashion professional should know. Resources mentioned in the episode:Get my free PDF guide with 30 fashion terms and their definitions. DM me on Instagram at @glamobserver the word terms and I'll send you the guide for free!Haute Couture Podcast Our Substack newsletter 365 days of fashion Visit our website for more career advice: www.glamobserver.com Follow us on Instagram for daily updates: @glamobserver
How to get a Job/Internship at a Luxury Fashion Brand The fashion industry offers many career possibilities. There are many different types of roles as well as many different types of companies you can work for. From emerging brands to the iconic names of the industry, up to luxury companies.Dream  of working at brands such as Dior, Chanel, Hermès, Louis Vuitton…?Then this episode is made for you!I'll cover: The luxury industryHow to get started when you have no experienceWhat luxury companies look for when hiringThe skills required by luxury fashion brandsWhat are the steps to get a job or internship at a luxury brandLuxury conglomerates (LVMH, Kering) and more!Resources mentioned in this episode:Excel for fashion course HERE365 days of fashion newsletter HEREFree masterclass on how to get a job at a luxury fashion brand  HERE Visit our website for more career advice: www.glamobserver.com Follow us on Instagram for daily updates: @glamobserver
Episode 78: Secondhand News (the recurring and always controversial trend of secondhand fashion), Part 3: The 2000s Secondhand shopping is having a major moment right now and it isn't without controversy. Amanda + Kim take a deep dive into the trend cycle of secondhand clothing, because it turns out secondhand fashion isn't a first time fashion trend. This episode (part three) focuses on the 2000s.Get all the details at thedepartment.world.
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What Can We Learn About Sustainability from Central Asia's Textile Traditions? Meet Fashion Revolution Kazakhstan's Aigerim Akenova Whether it’s the joy of dyeing cloth with pomegranates, the age-old practicality of turning sheep wool into felts and knits, or the rich legacy of complex embroideries and silk Ikat weaving, Central Asian textile traditions are bonded by cultural meaning and a respect for the natural world. And resources: nothing gets thrown away, as this week’s guest Aigerim Akenova explains through her love for patchwork – her nomadic ancestors' answer to upcycling.Aigerim is the country co-ordinator of Fashion Revolution Kazakhstan. With a global outlook (studied in Milan, lives in California), she's also a contemporary Kazakh designer determined to centre sustainability in the national fashion conversation, as the country she was born and raised in scales up its design and creative industries. Still, the big money in this former Soviet territory of 19 million people, is still in mining. The economy is based on oil, coal, gas, but also things like copper, aluminium, zinc, bauxite and gold. As Aigerim puts it: "We've got the whole periodic table." And Kazakhstan is the world's largest uranium producer. What role could sustainable fashion play in growing newer, lower carbon industries here in line with SDGs? What do young urban Kazakhs and Central Asians in neighbouring countries want from the fashion today? As well as its craft heritage, Kazakhstan also has a vibrant modern fashion scene, its own fashion week, and (doesn’t everywhere?) fast fashion – so how can these two sides find balance in future? Aigerim says we have much to learn from nomadic traditions of sustainable clothing systems.THIS IS OUR ANNUAL FASHION REVOLUTION SPECIAL BE CURIOUS, FIND OUT, DO SOMETHING. This year's theme is Manifesto for a Fashion Revolution – check it out here.Value the show? Please help us spread the word by sharing it with a friend, and following, rating and reviewing in your fave podcast app. Got feedback? Tell us what you think! Find Clare on Instagram and Twitter @mrspress Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.



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HF#67 Experiencing Fashion As Art And Creativity with Emma Rubinson In episode 67, Emma Rubinson takes us behind the scenes of her namesake label and shares how she designs artful fashion and experiences that encourage people to be their most authentic selves. Hear her creative perspective on design and what it took to produce her recent NYFW collection.



Hailing from the planet Neptune, Emma Rubinson is a rare species of light that only travels in prime numbers. She is fascinated by the human consciousness, and the connections we form with one another.



Emma’s work explores the human experience. Inspired by dreams, alternate realities, and psychological phenomena, she aims to empower people to embrace and express the true colors of their inner souls. She is constantly inspired by interactions with deep thinkers and big dreamers.



Growing up near NYC, Emma thrives in a fast-paced environment full of diverse perspectives. Simultaneously, Emma’s heart lives deep in the mountains with an appreciation for solitude and disconnection from the world. Contrast plays a major part in Emma’s work as she explores dichotomies in the universe and in her own life, and pushes the boundaries of comfort seeking growth.



Beyond fashion, Emma is a performer. Dancing and singing from a young age, she brings her collections and her audience to the stage by carefully designing the environment in which the work is experienced. Each show invites you into an alternate reality, challenging your perception of the world and inviting you to shamelessly wear your subconscious for the world to see.





In this episode, you’ll learn:




How Emma got into fashion



Why color is a big part of her life and work



How to develop a personal design style



Emam’s process for concepting and creating a collection



How Emma aims to create an experience beyond just the clothing with her work



How Emma got the opportunity to show her collection during NYFW



What contributed to Emma’s massive social media growth



Why Emma shares tips and resources for other designers on social media



Why Emma does not want her own brand to be her full-time job




People and resources mentioned in this episode:




Emma Rubinson website



Emma Rubinson Instagram



Emma Rubinson TikTok



Emma’s email
Ep.516 The Bump-It, AirPod Putty, & Glow Drops: Our Hacks For Keeping Clean, Volumized, and Bronzed On this episode, Alex shares the best way to clean out your AirPods, how to travel with your shoes germ-free, her secret to an instant glow, and her sneaky trick for staying hydrated. Tina brings back the Bump-It, rocks some 80s style brows, and gives us the scoop on her all-time favorite workout: Orange Theory Fitness.Follow us on:Instagram: @obsessedwiththebestpodYouTube: Obsessed With The BestTikTok: @obsessedwiththebestpodTake advantage of our discount codes!BetterHelpUse code: OBSESSED at checkout for 10% off your first month of virtual therapy!www.betterhelp.comOmbre LabUse code: OBSESSED at checkout for $30 off your first at-home gut health test!www.ombrelab.comBeautyCounterShop with us at beautycounter.com/obsessed and we’ll gift you free beauty samples with your purchase! For first-time shoppers, enter code: CLEANFORALL20 at checkout for 20% off your first order!K.Ferrara ColorUse code: OBSESSED15 for 15% off your clean nail polish or hand cream order!www.kferraracolor.comPlant PeopleUse code: obsessedwiththebest at checkout for 15% off your purchase of Doctor-formulated, regenerative plant and mushroom supplements from Plant People!https://www.plantpeople.coShop Obsessed With The Best Merch!https://obsessed-with-the-best.creator-spring.com/Contact us at [email protected] with any questions, comments, and product or guest suggestions!Support us by supporting our host network, DimlyWit Productions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Re-Airing Ep.94 | Greece, Ingredients & Engineering w/ Lena Philippou-Korres owner of KORRES Hey beauty baddies!While I prepare for the new season of The True Beauty Podcast, check out some of my favorite episodes from the past! This episode is a re-airing of Ep.94 | Greece, Ingredients & Engineering w/ Lena Philippou-Korres owner of KORRES.For over 25 years, KORRES has pioneered the natural beauty space by combining nature’s most powerful ingredients found in Greek agriculture with a science-backed approach. Greece offers over 1500 plant species that are endemic to the land. KORRES leverages only-in-Greece ingredients like Olympus Tea from Mount Olympus and Black Pine from ancient trees in the Pindus Mountains to create clean, natural products.To learn more about KORRES, check them out on Instagram @korres and korres.comSend your beauty questions and beauty baddie moments of the week to [email protected] .Follow us on Instagram @thetruebeautypodcast and @truebeautybrooklyn & @thebrownelizabethtaylorBook in-person and virtual appointments with Elizabeth at www.TRUEBEAUTYBROOKLYN.com Click Here To Subscribe To Our YouTube Channel Don’t forget to rate us 5-stars, subscribe, and leave a review on Apple iTunes.Tell a friend to tell a friend if you like the show! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Re-Airing Ep 83: Lotion! Because You’re Ashy Too Hey Beauty Baddies! While I'm busy making new episodes of the Podcast for you, I thought we'd play some of my favorite episodes from the last 130-something episodes!Send us your beauty questions and beauty baddie moments of the week to [email protected] .Follow us on Instagram @thetruebeautypodcast and @truebeautybrooklyn & @thebrownelizabethtaylorBook in-person and virtual appointments with Elizabeth at www.TRUEBEAUTYBROOKLYN.com Click Here To Subscribe To Our YouTube Channel Don’t forget to rate us 5 stars, subscribe, and leave a review on Apple iTunes.Tell a friend to tell a friend if you like the show!For a deeper dive into everything we spoke about in today’s episode be sure to check out the episodes:61 | Beauty School no.24 Sensitive Skin & Moisturizers and  68 | The Body Care Chronicles Beauty School no. 26: Vol 1.1 Da F*ck Is the Lymphatic System?TX of the Week directions: 
Dry brush (Instagram @lymphaticmessage Lisa Levitt), 
Bubble Bath with Dr. Teals avocado oil bubble bath, (or shower with a few essential oil drops in the bottom of a hot steamy shower or add dried eucalyptus!)
Rinse from bath and exfoliate with pumice powder (or sugar, coffee grinds, cornflour) with whatever (preferably organic, cold-pressed) vegetable oil you got–avocado, extra virgin olive, jojoba, coconut oil, rinse, 
OIL + LOTION YOUR BODY Wrap in a towel or robe. MARINATE. YOU’RE WELCOME
Lotions We Love! Cheapies: Jergens Ultra Healing, AM Lactin, Village11Factory (on Amazon), Dr. Teals Body Lotion Moisture + Nourishing Coconut Oil, DIY ingredients: raw organic avocado oil, raw vegetable glycerine, organic kukui nut oil, aloe Splurge: PCA Body Therapy, Environ A, C. E oil, Environ DermaLac, Levoit Humidifier, PCA Hyaularic Acid Overnight Mask Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 32: Conversation with TANYA TAYLOR designer and founder In this episode, fashion-insider, host Kristen Cole sits with designer and founder Tanya Taylor in NYC. The two discuss Tanya's journey with her eponymous ready-to-wear collection, as the brand enters its 10-year anniversary and embarks on its first New York, Madison Avenue flagship. They discuss Tanya's commitment to building an inclusive, joyful and inviting brand centered around empowering women to feel their best. They discuss her love for color and art, "color as a mood booster", her color therapy classes, travel and recent trips, getting in the dressing room more with clients, the brand's considered development and merchandising evolution, production practices, inclusive sizing up to size 22, her path to fashion from finance to Central Saint Martins and Parsons School of Design, her singular advice to young designers, and brand expansion beyond beautiful statement dresses into children's, swimwear, denim, tailoring and foundational wardrobe pieces. Kristen also touches on new NYC museum exhibitions, art dinners, and gallery openings, what she's buying for spring, upcoming Closely Crafted celebration, Fashion Reimagined, Succession, Barbie the movie… and more.
Earth-Friendly Beauty for Your Wavy Hair Haircare brand Rhyme & Reason has a huge collection of amazing shampoos, conditioners, and treatments, all in 100% recycled packaging and over 90% naturally derived ingredients
A Star is Always Going To Be a Star…I Episode 114 On this episode of The Undressing Room Presented by Macy’s, Lore’l and Claudia Jordan are discussing Jonathan Majors’ assault charges. Now that there is more information out, Lore’l and Claudia go in. They talk about how Majors’ lawyer released the text messages from the alleged women he was accused of assaulting. It did not have the reaction that they wanted. They also talked about friendships and if you can really be a friend to someone if you never thought of their feelings? This comes off the heels of LaTocha Scott from Xscape not knowing how her groupmate, Kandi Burruss, felt all of these years. Also, we talk about Claudia’s back and forth online with Jennifer Williams from Basketball Wives. And our personal stylist, Miss Lawrence, joined the show to tell us how to step into this Spring and Summer season because we are OUTSIDE this year. 
If you want your question featured on the show, send us a DM @TheUndressingRoomPodcast The Undressing Room Podcast is presented by Macy's. Head to  www.theundressingroompod.com for more details.
Also head to Macys.com/TheUndressingRoom and check out Lore'l 's hottest fashion picks.Subscribe and check us out every Thursday.
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No Hall Passes Granted Over Here…I Episode 115 On this episode of The Undressing Room Podcast Presented by Macy’s, Lore’l and Claudia Jordan start the show off by celebrating. It is Claudia’s 50th birthday and Lore’l tells her it is unbelievable because she looks nowhere near fifty. When you get older you think about marriage. So Lore’l and Claudia talked about being in an open marriage. With marriages ending people are exploring other ways to stay married and being in an open relationship is one of them. Hear what Lore’l and Claudia think about being in an open marriage. In light of Claudia Jordan’s birthday and her celebration, we asked how old are you when you stop celebrating your birthday for a week, or month? We cannot forget our fashionista, Miss Lawrence, gives us what we should be wearing during this festival season. And of course it goes Down in Lore’l’s DMs. 
If you want your question featured on the show, send us a DM @TheUndressingRoomPodcast The Undressing Room Podcast is presented by Macy's. Head to  www.theundressingroompod.com for more details.
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S5 EP8: My Arguments With My BF are NOT normal! On this raw and real episode, Anna & Mandi share some of their recent experiences, while Anna focuses on supporting Mandi, emotionally while she is struggling with some challenges in her relationship. Mandi expresses her difficulty filming this episode, but both sisters are committed to being their authentic selves each week and expressing the unique feelings they feel at the time of filming each episode. Guys don't forget, you can have one extra episode every month! If you become a Sisters In The City member. Sign up at: https://plus.acast.com/s/sisters-in-the-city.

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Celebrating African Beauty Rituals ft. Christina Funke Tegbe, founder of 54 Thrones At the top of the year, I sat down with Christina Funke Tegbe to chat about her beloved bodycare brand, 54 Thrones. We chatted about how her Nigerian-American upbringing inspired her to launch the brand, launching in Sephora, and the lessons she's learned as a beauty entrepreneur. Press play to hear from Christina, and I hope you enjoy the episode.Let us know your thoughts on the episode! Tag us on Instagram @thehuereport or email us at [email protected] The Hue Report community on Instagram: @thehuereportStay in touch with Christina  on Instagram: @funke_tegbeFollow 54 Thrones on Instagram: @54thronesStay in touch with Olivia on Instagram: @oliviahancock_
Answering All YOUR Juicy Questions Part 1 Savanna and Tyler let it ALL out with part 1 of the JUICIEST Q&A she's done to date! Shop now here!
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From Vintage Blogger to Web.3 Influencer, Navigating Social Media with Domi Verse Domi Perek or "Domi.Verse", is a fashion entrepreneur. An Art Director at vogue Ukraine, Co-Founder of Mess Magazine, in Media and Marketing for Forbes 30 Under 30 and a Web3 Strategist.Domi went from vintage fashion blogger to fashion influencer and now plans to utilise digital fashion concepts to innovate her content.In this episode Domi shines a light on some of the issues of social media within fashion, as well as the methods that can be used to grow and authentic community online.Links:https://linktr.ee/domi_perek@whatsfashiontechnologySupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/what-even-is-fashion-technology-digital-fashion-podcast/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
The Sustainable Fashion School and Enkel, with Lydia Brearley As sustainability becomes more and more the expectation of consumers and businesses look to embed it in their strategies, there’s greater demand for education around the changing and complex subject.Fortunately, many are now leading the charge in sustainability training for the fashion industry. In this episode, we talk to one such expert, Lydia Brearley. After the success of the educational resource platform, Enkel, Lydia has recently launched The Sustainable Fashion School.Built on three objectives, “helping you be informed”, “training teams how to take action”, and “working with businesses to take action”, the school’s aim is to provide an all-encompassing training platform for sustainability in fashion.Listen in as we learn about Lydia’s background and how the Sustainable Fashion School is supporting the fashion sector to move towards stronger social and environmental responsibility.Find out more about the school at https://www.thisisenkel.com/sustainable-fashion-schoolAnd connect with Lydia on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/lydia-brearley-0a127737/We’ll be bringing more conversations from the world of sustainable fashion regularly, so remember to follow and invite your friends for a listen. Connect with me on LinkedIn linkedin.com/in/sebastianvolneyFollow us on Instagram www.instagram.com/jaymesbyrontalentFollow us for jobs and news in sustainable fashion at https://www.linkedin.com/company/jaymesbyrontalent/
Guido Terreni, CEO Of Parmigiani Fleurier Talks About The Brands Watches And Wonders Releases Guido from Parmigiani Fleurier gives us the background on the creation of the latest in the Tonda range the Tonda PF Minute RattrapanteTune in to the aBlogtoWatch Weekly Podcast each week for the latest news and reviewsEmail the show with your thoughts and comments [email protected]
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