Listen: Ryan Seacrest, LA, Golden Globes discussed on I Don't Get It
"And basically told me that they were looking for production assistant for a three month gig with the Eli live from the red carpet team alive from the recarpet is where Ryan Seacrest and Juliana ranting basically work on on the Grammies, the Oscars, the sags and the Golden Globes. So I was scared shitless. But like I said, I didn't want to lose sight of what I always wanted to do. I think it's really important to risk it. All I left the Ellen Degeneres show a permanent job at the number one. Daytime talk show to go work at e for three months. So I leave the Ellen show. It was a heart ASEAN ever of my life at the time, and I work at e for three months and it was incredible. I was right next to Ryan Seacrest at the Golden Globes in two thousand thirteen. And yeah, I worked at the Grammys, I worked the Oscars. I like met Julianna. It was like the coolest thing ever because I was so close to basically what I've always wanted to do. And yeah, and then I worked the Oscars. And of course the day after the Oscars, I was unemployed and I didn't have a job and it was an amazing experience, but I was freaking out because he didn't have a permanent job for me. They were just hiring freelancers for the alive from the red carpet show. So I start freaking out and I'm like, fuck my life. I'm going to have to move home. I remember crying alive. I remember having a lot of Zion he and one day I was reading g. q. magazine because I love fashion. I don't know if you guys know that about me. I was reading g. q. and I was reading about this designer named war era. Boswell, craziest name ever w. a. r. a. I r. e. Boswell and the article was about this designer were air Boswell that live downtown LA who was making custom suits for MBA players. NBA players are so tall, and they're so large that they can't just walk in as you've on. She eluded Thanh basically by a suit. So this guy was designing clothes for them aware that was like super high end. So I ended up seeing this article g. q. and a. call the guy because he was in LA and I was like, hi, this is so stupid and weird and random. But my name's Nasr and I love fashion, and I love sports and I'd love to interview and he was a cow, of course. Come on by. So I had a friend that lived in LA that had a camera and him and I go and ended up interviewing were Airbus well about all the NBA players that he's dressed and just a whole world of fashion in sports and everywhere intersex. It was basically like these two things that I was obsessed with, and I was trying to put them together to create this perfect marriage of like these two worlds that are really, really loved end up interviewing were Airbus well, and then I was like, what do I do with this interview? I have this video and I decided to start a website. And so I bought a domain called sidelines, dials, calm. And I would cover the fashion side of sports because a lot of people were doing that. And I think it's important also like when you think of what you wanna do or how can I be different? It's important to San Dow, and I remember in college, everyone's like, find your niche, find your niche. I was like, so fucking annoyed with that word. But essentially I kind of found my niche because people weren't really covering the fashion side of sports, complex dot com was kind of doing it, but they were doing it with sneakers. Mainly and there were only two other websites covering what the players were wearing. And I can tell you how many rebounds Andre Jordan guy in last night's game. But I could also tell you one of the first athletes that burglary ever dressed. So start this website. I start covering the fashion side of sports, and then he start noticing all these big athletes start following me on Twitter, like Dwayne, Wade, Victor Cruz, and they were like reading what I was writing because no one was really asking them about their outfits. And so I ended up becoming part of this like sports fashion culture.."