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"alessandro michele" Discussed on As Me with Sinéad

As Me with Sinéad

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"alessandro michele" Discussed on As Me with Sinéad

"Yeah it's like to be more close to the nature. I think we're different. You go to the bathroom in a restaurant and you can see yourself in the mirror cat. So I imagine myself in all different bodies to and it's usually the world that reminds me because people say look there's a little woman I'm like. Oh you are such a recall thank you. You're it's so true you know you. It's such the the proof that word it's mysterious and fascinating but not because you are exotic but because it the reason one we are all different. Yep We are and the idea that we are all different. Make the word so unbelievable. Ma makes it curious unexciting. I have loved speaking with you. Thank you so much for embracing your nervousness and being so kind and sending across from me I have learnt so much and I am so grateful for your time and for sharing your energy and your ideas. Thank you sinead allow you so much in the hate my English. My favorite part of this conversation was the emphasis on curiosity and conscience. I think when we talk about leadership so often. The DEFINITION OF LEADERSHIP IS QUITE ARCHAIC. Maybe even aggressive and a bit. Masculine analysis under has a really important overwhelming role is required to be both public and private and and artists all similtaneously but actually listening to him talking about the Hollywood kindness. And it's essential for what he does and the importance of curiosity and asking. Why and being curious about the world around. You really encouraged me to do better with that in and of myself make sure you join us for next week's episode. We have something really special planned and I'd like to admit that I won't be getting emotional. Well we'd be that's unlucky. This week's person you should know is the wonderful. Eleanor Welsh. Eleanor is an actor here based in Ireland who has autism and that's not entirely relevant except I was first exposed to Eleanor's work when I saw her on stage in Ireland's Abbey's theatre on a play written by Anna both autism and autistic people. It was transformative and during this pandemic. I've had some really lovely opportunities and one of them is to write a ten minute play. It's called these four walls and it goes out tonight on Youtube for the Abbey Theatre and this about the importance of education and teachers and eleanor plays the lead role. So even if you don't watch that play you should become familiar with illness work because she's really extraordinary as me a production of lemonade media. Claire Jones is our assistant producer and Ivan. Corey of is our editor and Jessica Cordova Kramer and Stephanie. Whittles WAX are executive producers..

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"alessandro michele" Discussed on As Me with Sinéad

As Me with Sinéad

11:08 min | 1 year ago

"alessandro michele" Discussed on As Me with Sinéad

"What's been your happiest day? One day that really fouled something special in my life. Was when my my second nephew pietro. I love boat. I mean they are beautiful but I. I did that have the chance because a Whiz in London in London I did. I didn't have time to come back and Matt Him. The very first day of his life and I adore him but the Secon- when he came out of was the beginning of my holidays and always in in Tuscany and was during the night. I mean. Receive this call and someone told me you have another. Nisha his His here and when you want here and I completely you know escape and runaway in Rome kilometers and kilometers with my car. And I'd ride on Berina. There is an island in the middle of terror. There is like a medical place. Because it's such mythological you know Rahman piece of Brahmin Easter so and the reason hospital and my sister was data and so I saw him. That was already you know. He came out just a few hours ago and there was a beautiful lie that came in the room and was spring. This little human being in my arms I what was life. I felt myself in my hands. I said maybe you've been like him a long time ago and I was like. That's a real mystery. I can't believe that something like this can happen. He was looking at me. Maybe maybe no. Because he couldn't that I had like for me baby me looking at me and I felt happy because I felt myself. I mean my dad and my mom they gone they were not anymore with me but it was like the end of a lesson. You know that may be they. Were you know this little keyed because life is mysterious and the energy of the Earth is going on and going on and it's beautiful as we said earlier this is a podcast and they're just listening to our voices. But what is it like to live in your body? Not Easy sometimes is not easy. You know because the days where I I I don't like myself and I did then like myself now in the last few years like three or four years. I'm longing me so much. It's like that I can see in front of the Mirror on that I'm getting old and my phases changing. I'm usually call myself with a friend of my from Los Angeles the beaver. It's like way to say that I'm changing and I'm getting maybe less beautiful but when I look at me I can see a much better person and was not easy. This body displays at the very beginning of my life. You know because I felt like that people can recognize. That was something not regular in me. It's every time I was there was a part of me. You know that going through people for example in the school a school when I was working at the end of the license and it was coming out of the classroom and there was a huge quantity of people he was like maybe they are looking at the very bad me and was also but my body you know because the body it's such a crazy you know representation of yourself you know it's like they don't know how I am. You know what I was so afraid that they did have the chance to talk with me. And now it's more that I found a way to deal with the other Allah and we feel much better and we are loving each other. What was the moment that changed you three or four years ago when I had the courage to show all of myself when I said to let it be? How did that moment come about being really sincere? In a way that the power came from the other people. I found the power because people really lost me. That's was the moment I remember. When I started to work and the Sudan. Everything was going on twitter and people were in a way appreciate in me. I felt you know myself better and better and I try I. I mean I said maybe I can give up. You know in the way. Take off the mask. I think that it's important that people try to really get into your mind and try to understand you and your reason people find the time to really be in touch with you appreciate you. You know. It's so important you know because we'll be someone that will help you. It's a mutual thing. Exactly I fell in love with fashion for that reason because when I would walk down the street people would look at my body and they would be crew or they would be kind an. I didn't choose to live in this body but I am very proud and I love my body now and like you. It has taken me some time to get there and for me. I think that's why I love fashion because fashion is not a mosque for me. But it's a way to reveal the most sincere me to the world because if I can wear a blue silk gown in the biggest business conference in the world that will tell you that. I am courageous that I don't give up that. I am feminine that I am strong and I wonder how you see your role here at Gucci in doing that for other people. It's something very you know natural for me because I am one of these people. Those people I feel in the audience I feel myself in the audience. It's about my life. I had to say that when I started. I didn't feel the pressure that I had to do something fashionable. I thought a fashionably goal was to be sincere. You know and I did that. Have other chance to say other things. Because it's I mean I just something in my mind so I'm very happy if other people are finding something in what I'm saying and I are feeling you know connected with the freedom also when I'm working there is always a problem with someone because it means that I'm not acting. I'm doing something you know in the right way because I'm trying to say the through and I'm opening kind of our conversation you know and I feel really good when I can express something that belongs to me but also belongs to other people and When you're working you are nothing. Taking ABOUT MANNY. When you're working you're not thinking that you are building. Your popularity is just A. You're doing what you are thinking and what you believe. Not Easy Nike Row. Likes and this kind of things where people are trying to find. You know I kind of you know a reason to exist. I think that it's pretty crazy. You know it's That is something that is going wrong when you get older and older and older when the full circle of life is approaching its end. What do you to have achieved? I just hope that things that I've done they will like I was saying like seeds grow something in other people. I hope that I have been authentic and someone Joe. Maybe to one person to ten FI. If I don't know when Andrew Amelean they changed something in their brain. I want to do big things. I WanNa do small little things you know in people. I hope that I will. You know look back and my you know what I've done will be nothing to regret because there is another things that I don't really like you know to regret it. It means that you didn't have time and and you didn't have the courage to do something in the right way because if you do something that you really believe you will not have regrets. Sometimes I imagine myself in million other bodies. I don't know why I mean if I go in front of the Mirror. I forgot how I am. I'm not usually look at me. So what you sometimes thank. You look like it's part of meter tried to dream about you. Know all the physical act to walk and to be a street. That's why I imagine me like if I have not a regular body is just a machine that holding my brain you know what I mean. Yeah it's so strange and when I go maybe I'm in a restaurant I go in the toilet and look at me. Oh my gosh. She's just you know it's it's so fun to look at the mirror because it's it's so clear that I care about I don't care you know because he's is like that. I'm not finding a way to be really good looking. I can cut my hair I can. You know shape my bare but it's like that I want to be comfortable with myself. I feel myself like a plant. You know so that's why I lead the my head girl..

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"alessandro michele" Discussed on As Me with Sinéad

As Me with Sinéad

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"alessandro michele" Discussed on As Me with Sinéad

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"alessandro michele" Discussed on As Me with Sinéad

As Me with Sinéad

10:34 min | 1 year ago

"alessandro michele" Discussed on As Me with Sinéad

"I'm so inspired by how you talk about your passion and I have days where I just feel like giving up. I just feel like I. I don't have it in me anymore. I JUST WANNA go to bed. Do you ever have days like that? You're sure I think that is totally normal. Because when you love something so much and you really wanted and you want to go ahead with something and you are human every day you wanNA give up an everyday you wanna go ahead. That's the the energy this two different high that is hugh that they produce power. Italy something chemical you know if you the part of you know sinead. The desert warned that one give up. That is too too much that you feel you know that you don't have the power everyday to go ahead. It's in conversation with the one that is like a warrior. In the middle. There is the energy of Sinead so you need both because otherwise you feel yourself like immortal islander. You must feel that you can't to be in contact with everybody with your passion with the things that are you know between you and the people that surround you. I think that is. It's completely human that it's like love. You know you feel that when you love someone so much you feel that you can go ahead but you want to go ahead and in the moments where you feel like you can't go ahead. What do you do first of all? I need friends when issue. There is too much I feel that I my you know like you know. Try to swim in the love that surround me and all the France and people so immediately I wanted to chat with someone and feel myself connected. You know I'm not that person that you know decide to stay at home. I I deal with my bad moments sometimes with just with my friends with my with my boyfriend that he's a great person. The thing that really saves me in my life also in the Vati bad moments. It's love. That is nothing else. A different kind of love for me is just one with different faces. But it's almost the same. I mean if you are not surrounded by love you can work. You can find you can live. You can the reason there is no reason. But it's I'm not saying that you need to find a boyfriend or girlfriend. Love is such a complicated and you know and mysterious and fascinating thing. It's everywhere you know you must and you you have the chance to see love everywhere if you want to see and that's the only thing that you need in your life and I think that I'm kind of like a you know because I'm really surrounded by love where living in complicated and challenging times but what gives you hope. Young People Really Young Nine hundred twenty twenty one twenty two. I think that they are amazing. Day are different from me and from people of my generation. They add more lawyer. Maybe they don't believe in politics but they believe in one politics that is the hurt love quality. Maybe they don't like to go to war vote. I Dunno because it's something better personality than ask but they vote in their life. They act every day. Like in my studio guys asking me why we don't stop to use plastic bottles. I decided to with market to clean up all the company from the plastic bottles. I was yesterday listening to the beautiful speech of Greta. I was preparing mean to go to bed and I went to bed like thank God that that someone gave device to this beautiful. She's an angel if there is you know a religion. And if he's true that some saints really existed in the past they were human we can call her lack of saint and I think one of the important things when we hear from young people. You mentioned Greta. I listened her speech to and it made me think what can we do? What can we all do? Because the responsibility on young people to change the world is so important but those of us who are older. I'm Ed side of twenty five. Those of us who are older we have the responsibility to do better and to do more. I don't stop to learn and I'm learning that I have to respect more and more you know the earth. We must start from really little things you know like. I was thinking to wash million times your clothes million times. I mean I is my lack of flour. I don't need to wash my clothes every minute. You know for US part. We have to be very conscious of it very conscious but not that you are in front watching. Tv and saying that's so true you must switch off the TV and start to do every single thinking. The hurt is in your apartment Dealing with you and trying to tell you you can go ahead with this. You know acting like crazy you know that we put in the fridge million boxes and things and stupid things foods and that we we are not going tweet and you know I mean it was thinking for my crazy Obsession with creams and things and it was saying how many creams you need. Maybe one just one. It's hard because we're working in fashion industry where it's about creating dreams and creating beauty and it's trying to find that balance between designing a world where people feel comfortable and safe to be themselves but understanding that it has an impact on nature has an impact on the world around us and something we need to be conscious of. Yeah you must be conscious when you work you know. I'm trying to say that we must keep our clothes. I love clothes. I have medium. Clots million are better hundred than I mean. I kind of every single thing that I have. I mean I were closed from you know years ago and I adore the things that are around me at preserve everything you know from time and from the ruin so and and when I'm working we are not using some color. We are not using a lot of things because the company started a long long time ago because peanut family. They are really really really in this kind of things in life. It's not marketing so I can't use a lot of things from a long time so for me. It's completely normal. You know when now we are working you know a lot of different ways trying to to respect in the best way in the best way and also we didn't stopped. I am so proud to work in this company because I feel now guilty never because also we know that there are still things with. We must work. But it's such a conversation that never stop every day. You know every morning every day and that's so beautiful because I love this job. I want to do this job in the right way. I mean I feel like you because a lot of people you know. I love humanities. I don't feel a never uncomfortable that it's the only way that I feel really uncomfortable like today. I was uncomfortable to have discharged because there was like a microphone. But I was in love to idea to to meet you and talk to you. So it's the life is about very simple thing. I know that it's I'm kind of someone can say you are saying such a stupid things. You know it's so easy to say that you allowed your life and you'll live but I love life. Also when I was a young guys I also went ahead. A lot of problems also. I have to say some strong. I love my life also when I lost my mom and my diet. I don't know why I was this parade. I thought this is my life. And it's that's the energy of the Earth me. It's almost like them. One day I will will die in my. I had that great father and mother and father teach me let that we are like threes. We can put seats everywhere and you will live forever. And he told me maybe one day where I will be not anymore with you. I will be a bird so every day could be possible that there is a bird that came to me. When I'm meeting having breakfast and anything that is my dad. That's what I believe. I believe the earth is such a mysterious and beautiful place you know and there is no time to be scared to be upset. It's just beautiful. Also when we have bad moments you know and it's not easy to go ahead. I think that If we connected with people and the people that it's me the people people it's me so if I try to be like a one to B. Trade.

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"alessandro michele" Discussed on As Me with Sinéad

As Me with Sinéad

11:14 min | 1 year ago

"alessandro michele" Discussed on As Me with Sinéad

"To say things like that you were different or perhaps that you were gay. When did you first have thought language? I I had when I decided to start my career in fashion when it started to went into Fashion Academy because the beauty who think about fashion that it's really a powerful platform. You know also almost thirty years ago to knees. I can't remember a lot a long time ago. About was a beautiful. You know space where everybody were more open to lie to express and be yourself. Nba yourself so have to say really. Thank God that had decided to go there and the really cool after was my job because the job who was more and more you know open than the school so the re alive and I've had much better you know because it's a I the the word is full of flowers everywhere but if you don't give them the chance to bloom that's really a shame and I think in many ways are a little bit similar. I love the story of you coming out of the bathroom with your hair. A tacky yellow and your mother kind of rolling her eyes and thinking of course. He's done that exactly. The story of the flower. Blossoming the reason. Why I'm a success. The reason why I'm sitting across from you today because I have amazing parents and I have amazing siblings. Brothers and sisters. I'm regardless of what it is. I choose and dream to do even if it seems impossible. They are so supportive of me. But when you told your parents and your family that you wanted to be a fashion designer what age were you an. And what did they say? They thought that I was crazy. Not In a nice way but I thought is not a job. And if you don't get the job what can be the other chance you know. I mean it's like when you came out and you say I want to be an actor you know but in case the done get the job was the plan. B. I didn't have the plan. B never had planned because I don't care about the plan B. I'm the person that wants to live now. You know I I believe in things and that's it that is not planned being my day. We're open you know the the really love. My Soul really supported me in the way that be yourselves. I mean we don't care what you want to be. And they were just upset about how many you know huge walls. I was may be meeting on the way they were happy. I mean at the end. They said do what you want to do. It's it's you and and also you know they were not not a chance because it was really a. I can't say that I was in a way tough. You know because I really wanted to be. I didn't care you know I. I went with my face everywhere and it was not easy because there was always always always like dying. It's almost like this like today. I'm working in fashion. I'm trying to do in an express what I have in my mind but every time I have to go on the stage every time I have to meet someone I feel so nervous I feel media because there is a part of me that is really shy. I'm not shy but It's not as easy to be public. It's not easy to be. You know in front of everybody so there is always a part of me that Care you know and I was cared that time but I when I decided that was so strong inside of me. You know when you have something that you've really wanted to do it. You spoke there and you mentioned that when you do have to step in front of a microphone or a stand on a stage and be in the spotlight you get nervous Harra. Do you build up your confidence. How do you step into Allesandro the creative director? Honestly I love feeling the power of the people. This is the only thing that makes me feel a little bit better because it's every time it's like a big hug because in the moment when I go on the stage and I feel. I don't know why I can feel something. It's higher but at the power of you know of love of people and also a piece of myself to love the job and believe in what. I'm doing that. I think inside of me gone the stage and it's nothing because I think that I'm really in contact with myself with all the things that you know. Make me insecure and Had to say that being security in a way and feel the idea that I'm nothing in front of the stage in front of the people make me feel alive. It means that I'm a person and I can't be ceased to be just like everybody you know. I'm like everybody that's why I feel or no. I can understand sometimes when I remember when I received the first words I was Li- that such a crazy thing. I'm just a person I didn't do. Nothing Special Daddy. Did you feel always not really prepared. Help sometimes helps yeah. I think it's wonderful when you can stand in the spotlight and feel people's support. What I have learned from my own experience is that it's hard sometimes to stand in the spotlight. When not necessarily the support isn't there but I find it difficult standing in front of a classroom when I've made a mistake and when children say to me no you did that wrong. But it takes real bravery and courage to step forward when something like that happens yes. It's hard your hard. It's almost the same when I'm working with all my my big family in the in the studio you know it's they. I Lot I can see myself like them when I was Twi need. Three twenty four. It's interesting you know because you are always just a person in front of of a person and You pretend sometimes to let them learn and listen you but it's not I mean can be hard to listen them. I'm learning a lot you know. It's it's beautiful have young audience and have the chance to share time thoughts and Pity of your journey with young people is beautiful and there are probably lots of young people listening to this. I can just imagine young Allesandro flicking through magazines and looking at images that were on the catwalk and gang. I want to do that. And there are lots of young people who perhaps don't have the vocabulary to describe. Have they feel different but they feel like fashion is home to them. What advice would you give them? Pasha believing in their passion. You can do what you want if you believe in your passion. It's something to make you alive strong and happy so don't care who you are where you from because I came from very complicated you know place. It was not really hard also to go out with blonde hair that I really believed and I found my passion if you find your passion evidence easier. How do you describe your passion? My passion is like my blood is always me? I Don need to think about my passion my passion. It's me. I am my own passion. When I walk in Sweden I go to sleep. I mean I feel surrounded by my passion and and my passion make me feel so so happy otherwise. 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"alessandro michele" Discussed on As Me with Sinéad

As Me with Sinéad

10:55 min | 1 year ago

"alessandro michele" Discussed on As Me with Sinéad

"This week's episode of as me with Sinead. I'm sitting across from a person who in many ways changed my life. I got to meet for the first time in February this year and they are the kind of person who went in their presence. The risen aura of such kindness creativity and curiosity around them. And since then I've been very blessed for a friendship to blossom and to grow and to learn so much about who they are as a person so when this podcast came about I emailed him and said will you please talk to me about who you are and with the generosity that he is known for he said yes and not only did he say yes but he said Yes to doing this two days after his presentation on his show. Milan fashion week. I'm sitting across from Alexandra mckelway creative director and genius at Gucci. And we are in his office here in Milan which you're not privy or fortunate to see but we are surrounded by nature with the most beautiful murals on the wall as under. This is such a gift. Thank you so much for speaking with me thank you. I'm so happy to be here with you and thank you for your presentation. Such amazing either. They know if he was talking about me. I'm so happy. Unite BEING WITH. You is such an honor because for the very first time that we met. I understood that you was so special at time to spend with you also for a nice charter. It's a gift I saw a thank you again. It's beautiful you know people. Nobody has time to. You know to spend time to chat and to share things so I quite like the idea of the postcard that it's I think that they are getting really popular with young generation. And I love it because it's like that. We are getting back in the past when my grandmother was usually you know listen all day the radio and the beautiful conversation invoices you know. There are such a powerful. You know element of human beans device so I think that he like Eso Brillian. Did you immediately on this time? That a just a voice is so powerful so and for me one of the most powerful parts about this. Is that the people listening to us. As you said. Have no idea what we look like. They have no idea what kind of room we're in they. Just get to know us and what we think and what we believe and my first question is. How do you describe yourself? Both you as Allesandro is a person and you is the creative director at Gucci much. Easier Alexander as a person. Because I can't see the other one nine. I'm just in touch with Alexandra the guy. I'm not so good to describe myself the only thing that I can say that it's I'm that kind of a Happy Person. I mean I'm really love with my life. I have a big passion few more than one. My first passion it's unanimity. I love to be alive and fashion is just one you know language that make me feel alive. I really work hard in my life to be what I am am not talking about my position because my position. It's just beautiful because I have the power to use. My creativity does the power that I have and to share with everybody my creativity my vision. That's the only thing that I can say about my job. I made in such a heart and you know not easy job because if you want to work as a person and not as A character of fashion. It's complicated you know because it's like I'm usually say it's like every day be weedy or Tara priest so it's like a therapy that dozen finished never. It's it's unbelievable. I'm just a person you know. It's such a beautiful sensation to feel yourself like a person on the earth and if we were talking to the people who know you best how would you like them to describe you allesandro? The person honestly my closest friend maybe they would say a quite like to go out for a nice dinner with me because they have fun. I think that they love me like I love them. It's a moot to our love. You know every single person there is a friend of mine they understand that I have a personal conversation with each of them so I try to be reeling them in life. You know in a very sincere way. So they really feel me. I tried to be you know both things. A deep friend that tried to understand you and At the same time I tried to to make your life easier again. That's it also with dinner. Nice breakfast and being there for somebody. Nobody simple way you know. I think that the understood that my friendship is something simple. Clear Transparent Harissa. Yeah but maybe I think yes. It's it's you know being authentic. It's so powerful. And what were you like when you were younger? Were you? Were in school where you always creative and sure of your voice. I think that it was almost the same person exactly the same that I am now. We had the beers. No No. No I don't care so much about the way I look. Sometimes I just care that I wanna be sure to feel with the right things that make me feel good but I really care about my name. My little boy. There is still living inside of me. I didn't that always. The same was a nice boy. Happy by cool us. You know I wanted to change my life. I wanted to change the life of everybody I was. I was a delicate boy. Really strong you know with a crazy idea in his mind. I enjoyed so much. You know to be alive like now so I didn't stop from the very beginning of the morning until I was going to sleep just like crazy alive so I was changing my head. Amelia on time. The first time that it shouldn't to color my hair was like twelve. No no longer with shorts and I remember that they came out from the rest of my family and my mom was like. I can't believe tomorrow going school. But they were so open. You know because they understood that they were all signs of my energy because I was a good guy at school but I was such a crazy guy because I went to school in million different. Look crazy I didn't care you know I didn't care about the seasons I didn't care about you. Know the idea that a coup. I mean crazy to go so young at school with that. Look so I think it's interesting that you describe yourself as a delegate for the very strong Roy and as you know my background is in teaching and I'm often curious because often those children who are both delicate and strong school sometimes not easy for them because whilst they don't care what they look like other people care and maybe not in positive ways nights not easy because if you are different. I felt myself really different. Maybe I didn't know about the idea that I was. You know a gay guy. I didn't know I was too young. I didn't understand really. Did I understood that I was different in different ways but was not easy because at that time you know didn't exist the the word by saying Italian bully Dr Bullish didn't exist tanks Now there is a new word that can you know how people to survive because it was not easy to survive? I mean I met a lot of Nice people and the other fifty percent was kind of terrible. You know little kids and obviously I mean. The blame was up the family. You know it's the word now. Thanks God is changing and Families are they are more open. They tried to teach two. Oldest keats always important. You know to respect every human being hard bevy high still very hard I think but it's beautiful. I was talking with my nephew shoe days ago chatting by phone asking about the very beginning of this call. He changed because he moved from the little village outside Rome in Rome in the center of the city. So he's in a new school and he was like. Oh I'm so happy because I have a new friend and I said Oh who he. Who is him and And he said is such a nice guy and Blah Blah so I was asking about more and more and at the end. He's had the is a he's nice he's a Nice Asian guy. I mean I was asking exactly you know which area of Asia. He didn't know you know he just said it. He's Asian I loved. You know the word Asian and I love the idea that he didn't specify because at the end it was more me you know that I want to get into the description of the guy. He was more you know about. You know how is was nice. You know. And that's what I like. It's so interesting that has people when we talk about language you said language can be ready powerful and can help give us independence and can help make us feel more comfortable but it can also be hurtful. You said that when you were younger you didn't have the language.

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"alessandro michele" Discussed on As Me with Sinéad

As Me with Sinéad

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"alessandro michele" Discussed on As Me with Sinéad

"Wheeled and learn from. Maybe you're listening to this. Maybe your next to US podcasting platform for advocacy. But if you want to listen to that conversation or perhaps even watch it. It's going to be on their website really very soon and I know I'm biased. Probably definitely think you should. This week's episode is bittersweet because this is our last official episode. We'll have a grandiose goodbye next week but this has been a project that I'm so proud of. I'll never forget Stephanie. And Jess of lemonade media sending me an email around this time last year if not a couple of months before and it was one of those emails that you kind of think this sounds too good to be true but it was it and it has been a project that has changed me and shaped me but as is that wonderful possibly overused phrase all good things must come to an end at least for the moment so when thinking of who to be our last official episode guest well. This week's guest couldn't be appropriate or more fishing because this week we are speaking to the creative director of Gucci Alissandria. Kelly and it feels even more important now when we record this episode. We did it in Milan. And looking at what Italy have experienced in the past few weeks and heather beginning to come out of such troublesome period. It feels right that we honor somebody who is such an icon in their own country and important to know that we did record this episode before Coronas but Alexandra's positively and his gratitude for life was so contagious that even though the outside world continues to be targeted feels like such a bring. It fit for this show and dismount. You can do what you want. If you believe in your passion it sometimes make you alive. Strong and happy. If you find your passion everyday needs easier my passion is like my blood is always with me. Are you ready for this week's episode? Let's go.

"alessandro michele" Discussed on As Me with Sinéad

As Me with Sinéad

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"alessandro michele" Discussed on As Me with Sinéad

"Welcome to ask me with tonight. I'm steelers how as I imagine you might be to. This is week seven for me and Ireland and as we've discussed before it's rare that I am in one place but it's been lovely have routine which is in many ways privilege and a currency that. I wasn't aware of before having scheduled that meant I was in different countries. Sometimes every day speed of that it was just a blur so now every morning I wake to a skincare routine of cleansing liaising serum. I'm MOISTURIZER and have ten minutes to myself and Tokyo quiet whilst the rest of the House is asleep and then I go for a walk and call a friend and for forty minutes. We knew each other. What's going on in our heads in many ways answering the question. We always ask on this ship. What's the monologue that's inside your head? And it has been comforting to realize that even though she and I are experiencing this isolation in two different parts of Ireland. Our experiences fears and anxieties in. Our worries are really similar. And then I come home and I water my plump. And you'll be pleased to know that they're still in existence. Though I do have questions. Bet The tomatoes. I have recently learned that I should be bringing them in fight night as far too cold for tomatoes to flourish in Ireland's current climate. So I feel unexpectedly responsible for thirty three B hopes that they're okay. What's on my mind this week is the trauma that we each be left with even when things begin to reopen. I don't think this is going to be something that we just experienced in this moment. I'm wants a new reality begins to rise that we have forgotten this. I think of the older people who have tried their very best to grip onto any remaining thread of independence and we have told them that at least here in Ireland. If you're over seventy humus cocoon. I'm thanking the children. Who WON'T GET TO GO BACK to school this year. Who Miss Their friends? Who maybe if they are the only child in our family miss interacting with other children may not get to do so still for some months. What's on my mind is the time that we all need to heal each other. After this moment I think we're all very conscious and focus of checking in with friends and relatives and asking them how they are right now because the understanding that they might need you as tangible but what happens when our lives begin to accelerate again will we forget to ask people who they are and mean it and allow people to be vulnerable and explain the costs that are in their head. I'm not sure because it's not something I've historically been quota but I'm really going to try. I'm practice but in Prijedor News. This weekend I had the amazing opportunity to speak with one of my favorite people for Papa loser which was incredible virtual festival to raise money for covert one thousand nine hundred and affiliated organizations all around. Podcast it's the first time I've ever done anything like that and Stephanie. From last day an Andy from in the bubble also participate. But I got to talk to the wonderful during mckesson who has been a guest on this show. And if you haven't listened to that episode you do so right away and I. We both share background and teaching though his maths which is not my skill set but we got to talk about advocacy and podcasting. D'auray brought so much insight from being the host of pod. Save the people and how it's important and necessary to tell the same story until people listened and to find a new way into it and how in terms of his work in his advocacy of police. Brutality you can't hear US enough. It taught me a huge amount and I also learned that he had a certain flippancy when choosing to buy his now infamous blue vest which I told him here in Europe is called a body war. He wasn't so convinced. But really in many ways what to underline to me the importance of education and how as me with chains and parts of the people are vehicles to educate people of their own ignorance and bias. It's a tool. We all need to.

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"alessandro michele" Discussed on Vogue Podcast

Vogue Podcast

02:55 min | 5 years ago

"alessandro michele" Discussed on Vogue Podcast

"You have a have to Boston terrier as I should've known that they were all over your collection Terry's, no. No, they are not really all over the. I mean, I have a bomber jacket in September the jacket with the embroidery of the to the Paul traded key network. Not yet. Instagram. They she of my doctor, and I have a period of mine. I mean, they are very popular. Because people took a lot of picture me with pieces. They are at home. Now, probably will be stripping. I mean. In touch with yourself. You have to be your health to do. What you? I mean. I'm sorry for most. You know, I have a beautiful private lives that now, you know, little bit, you know, infected in a way we are the life. I try to put together everything to stay to let everything's real big. I hate I really not me tell you to put together your life and your job because I'm putting a lot job. It's it's something to make you know, everything more easy. And I'm I stated saying in a way because he's a job. You know? I'm a very simple guy. Thank you, Lisa. It was so. Because. Retire tire that I can understand. Would you do the the morning after what's your ritual? What was the first year out? Joining. To finish to work. Okay. True. Yes. Nobody took care. I mean because you know, after finish something very heavy. It's okay. I will. I mean now, I I'm pretty busy. So I I don't have too much time to spend around. I mean, I just depend three hours arrived in London. And what quite time is how I feel myself very lax. It's never sunny in London. That's why I don't wanna live there anymore. Yeah. I know. I know. I know I know I thought the even in the rain. Yes. Sure. Okay. I had to leave. You buy was such a pleasure. Thank you so much Allesandra. The vote podcast is production of oh magazine recorded here at one World Trade Center and produced by Naga Hammadi and Hilda Couric sound engineering by David Lauren's and hosted by me..

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"alessandro michele" Discussed on Vogue Podcast

Vogue Podcast

05:05 min | 5 years ago

"alessandro michele" Discussed on Vogue Podcast

"Like I was obsessed with soco's nap chat takeover. What is it about? Socred? Would would you like about her? What is the appeals about her? She's having a big moment right now. To come one that every time that let the brand always alive, you know, because young generation they give. Began a Jimmy. I'm not so young. But I love to be in touch always with kind of you know, young and powerful people. So she represents you know, big piece of of this culture. I mean, she she's completely, you know, inside, you know, this moment. So I think that if you have to let the sun, you know, use our not shut it makes sense. If you keep the voice with this kind of of peace of the. It doesn't make sense to you not chat just to Italy in what you know. And she knows very well been how manage this kind of thing. She's crazy. She's completely open to play like a kid. So she's really nice feeding is I love her after Paul was it was a good time. Yeah. Was an amazing party. Where it's I mean and was full of beautiful people that are really wanted to have fun. And and the place was beautiful, and the, you know, the atmosphere was beautiful and any was really great. You know, she's still really really great. She's was really action moment. You know? It's everybody kind of you know, hyphenated from. Hey performance at the party. Yes. Yes. Any lanark? Yeah. Yeah. With pianist she thinks and was really beautiful. You know, she's really she has an amazing energy, believable and big heart. I think I mean, I don't know have very well in it. I I met had a just humiliates before that she started to perform. I have to say that when you meet a real artesia village in immediately. There is something inside hair. You'll be packing up your suitcase soon and heading to New York the FDA awards are you excited? I mean, I make tired and I'm still. Can believe that in just one year. I'm trying I mean getting of this, you know. Our it's unbelievable. I mean, I'm tired, but it came from other sides of my work. So I'm extremely happy. You know, it's I'm totally in love. It's incredible in the it's been a year and a half. Perhaps. I don't know if you know, but if you put your name into Google a Hong million results come up. I mean, you're kind of a rockstar now, you're kind of in your and right to people come up to you in the street when you get recognized how do you deal with the attention to recognize me on time? It's nice because it I mean, sometimes I really want a alone because it's. One year's enough. You know, I a lot of people and everybody, you know, wants to talk with you. I'm glad futile in a way because it I mean, they want to talk with you because they want to share the energy, you know, to share something so it beautiful and the thing when you are in the street when someone you know, top and q for fallacy. I'm not crazy for. Not that. I again, I'm not against healthy. I don't care. It's something. I mean, she should you make sense fine. But it just really bad in pictures. I. I. But they are so sweet, you know, that in most of the kings inside tried to always. Yes, because I really feel that is something about love. They want to to talk with you. They want to to tell something to you. I'm very fascinating from laws. And sometimes I, but it's not really I mean, I'm the same person. But it's something around many changing. And I try to stay with the same. You know, what do you do to stay grounded? I mean, are you a big avai -cation or holiday plans? I mean, it seems like you you've been working a lot the how do you stay grounded? What do you do to sort of bizarro my friends? My sister. My family my boyfriend. I mean my life when I when I can. In. Dangerous days and go around with my two dogs in the through the just on the back of my building kind of do.

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"alessandro michele" Discussed on Vogue Podcast

Vogue Podcast

03:52 min | 5 years ago

"alessandro michele" Discussed on Vogue Podcast

"And I've been here. It means that a lot of people, you know, way. They don't take care about this kind of pressure thinking that and if he representing allowed, you know, the really big changing there are here London. I wanna try, you know, to to show something more inside the heart of the CDL too. Because you know, that my show was kind of a promised. We ended the weaknesses churches, a promise of I king, you know. So these about the promise. References. I I love to the reference to the to the Queen. I wonder what she might have made of the show, which I I love you had like kind of head scarves. And it was it was so charming, and there was a lot of different British. What is it about English like style that speaks to you really be powder? You know, there is not really account just beauty cows. It's like a major, you know that it seems like accounts, but it's everything that. Yeah. The wrong in most beautiful way, you know, the people I mean allowed to mix match everyday. They don't care, you know, about you know, fashion trend real fashion trend really believe in the personal expression of themselves. You know, so it's something that really fascinated me from the really first time I came in London because I mean, I built my static ideal fashion from three lights than from the big. Fashion brand in the eighty s you know, it's really big inspiration alone. I did not only for me for everybody. Amini everything busyness, you know, have something common with London. I am also biased. I'm from London. I grew up there. And I I don't think I would be the same person if I had a garden. 'cause I think shaped everything about my style, and n and my point of view because you could feel the energy of the street as well as these more of Royal references like some of your favorite British subculture. References one of the things that I really love about the English Tavak is to make the no by latitude with on the ground. The the I always imagine this kind of, you know, reach guy which girl that came from the mall on by and obvious acquatic family that try to live contemporary words, so I really love to mix and match, you know, part and the contemporary. So it's really the most spectacular place where you can see the kind of things it's really at the end of the season. So if I have to say what I'm really in love with a CD it the Royal family and. Yes. And the punk. The two offices Baotou up, but they have a lot of income. Yeah. And the queenie tone with expiring, but I didn't plan to have you know, that kind of outfits or looks that look at like the Queen outfit. I mean, it was a joke because at the end are finished most of the of the office the told me on she looks completely like kind of crazy Queen. And I said, yes, probably I mean because everybody I mean, Harry our mind, you know, she's so popular. Yeah. She's very quick Keno. Yeah. She's one of the most quick more women in in the amazing. You have a lot of quirky amazing characters coming to your show..

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"alessandro michele" Discussed on Vogue Podcast

Vogue Podcast

01:35 min | 5 years ago

"alessandro michele" Discussed on Vogue Podcast

"I'm good. Congratulations on an amazing show. We will we were all watching from New York. And it looked incredible tennis about. Yeah. Tell us about what the loss twenty four hours of your life been like. Walking. Working working working. Beautiful because I expect to I mean, I would working on the space, and it was working on the collection on the newsy. But he didn't imagine that the end could be so powerful to show inside with Mr. happy. You know, it's been. Amazing moment and been no big show in times of work because we prepare the I don't know how many ninety six over ninety. I can't remember so. Yeah. And honestly music and the phase everything was so hard in terms of creativity. But at the end. I mean, what made you decide to show at Westminster Abbey. What is it about Westminster Abbey? Is it always been a dream of us or what draws you to that space? Places that I love of London. But I was thinking to choose something really represented CD in terms of duty. But it's nice to talk with a lot of English people that when they came in west Mr. yesterday, I mean, most of them they boring number. They said how do plays or my God..

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