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"christian louboutin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"There are state and local officials. There's National Guardsmen who are here to authorities say they want to make sure that there is A president of security here. They want these proceedings to happen without any incident. There have been some demonstrators that have showed up here mostly to support the Floyd family, but everything has remained peaceful here. Prosecutors and defense attorneys are also sparring over appeals court decision that could allow the judge to add a third degree murder charge and an update To a story that's been all over the headlines. Buckingham Palace has reacted to the explosive. Harry and Megan Oprah interview statement is short and not very detailed, has been issued by the palace on behalf of the Queen. It reads. The whole family is saddened to learn the full extent about challenging the last few years have been for Harry and Meghan. It goes on the issues raised, particularly that of race are concerning It says the matters raised are being taken very seriously and will be addressed by the family Privately. Tom Rivers ABC NEWS London Now, let's get a look at your money from ABC News Wall Street. Now Kia is telling the owners of 380,000 cars across the US to park them outside. Certain sported and cadenza models made between 2017 and 2019 may suffer a short circuit that could cause an engine fire. Mark Cuban says the Dallas Mavericks are the largest Doetsch coin merchant in the world. The billionaire announced that his MBA team has completed more than 20,000 transactions in that mean based crypto currency. Christian Louboutins, The brand known for its iconic red soled shoes, is now selling a 24% stake to affirm controlled by Italy's and yelling family. The deal Values loo, Bhutan at $2.7 Billion Jim Really, an ABC News on Wall Street, Dow Jones Industrials Up 264 points the S and P 500 of 78, the NASDAQ Up 517. For more money news visit the Katya our Business Center it Katie Jr dot com Ah House bill that would require universal background checks for gun purchases has bipartisan support. Arizona Republican Congressman David Schweikert says. We have enough laws how many firearms violations ultimately never get enforced and you actually see that in the areas that are having real spiking of their primary person to person gun sales would require background checks. Other bills would boost registration of guns and ammo. Oh, and prohibit larger ammo and feed devices. Vast majority of firearm violence is being committed with those who would have never used the background check our should never had the firearm in the first place. The bills are picking up speed as the pandemic slows down, Peter, same war. Katie our news. Time for the Katya Our timeline with Steve Zinsmeister brought to you by the husband and white long team of Briar law protecting the rights of the seriously injured in Arizona since 1996 it's March 9th. And on this day in 1959, we got our first look at the most famous doll ever created. Barbie is by far the most successful fashion doll in history created by the toy company, Mattel. The collection feature different dolls, accessories and even mansions and cars. The name Barbie comes from the creator, Ruth Handler, who was watching her daughter, Barbara, playing with paper dolls and realize the possibility of a physical, adult looking doll. At that time, most dolls were babies. So handler pitched the idea to the co founder of Mattel, who also happened to be her husband. Turns out it was a very good decision to listen to. His wife, Metella is sold over a billion Barbie dolls, making it the most profitable toi they've ever had not to mention several animated films, television specials, video games and music. Another interesting fact about Barbie. She was designed by a guy named Jack Ryan, who also designed missiles for the Pentagon. Talk about a diverse resume. Barbie made her debut on this day 1959 update on traffic.
"christian louboutin" Discussed on Pivot
"We could see a dramatic crash million in the arms. That's what they say. The key is that it's in the right 100-million-arms what i want. Jeff bezos to short my house. And give me my position to do it. They're hip compliant him on him. I want him in particular sticking himself every week. There's something called the saas or on. Jesus we see. God yes said. The man who like jackson said heller. Ladies gun shows in town don't disappointed levels. I'm going to do thank speaking of working out. Peleton will be in the white house that you do silly story in the times. I like doesn't silly. He has one and they were like going on about the digital problems with it because it's a connected device but peleton has been in the white house according to my sources and mama had one. I think michelle obama had one and they can connect it and then just put a computer full of all the classes right there so the the and bring a new bunch classes in every couple of weeks. I guess it's very easy to time. And it was such Oh my god. But i'm glad frankly he's working out like we have a president who actually hundred christian louboutins on them. That is purdue. She was that outfit change of hers. I was like. I really can't stand you lady but well played like she put on the gucci. She like was wearing all black. She went from man said black widow to like gucci palm beach lady in like fourteen seconds pictures. Take that outfit was like seriously. I was like black all black like she looked great. Even though kind of beautiful matt kind of cheap cheap way but it's not cheap to expensive genasense. yeah two four years out. What does milania yes nothing. She's just zero sar zero. She's selfish rich lady. I don't know what else to say. She's a hope she kid turns out. Well i guess. I think she seems like a very good mother but her values are just even just reading. That stephanie will count the tapes. She's just a type fever around really rich. People with a lot of those ladies are like that. I have been around a lot of those ladies. And she's just like the moment that's So i think that's hard tuna rich people i think. Most i think a lot of rich people got rich because people because they're good people. I get it. But not her. Class of florida lady that you have met and she is the top level of them resigned about vodka right away. Now malania sorry ivanka. That'll be the interest.
"christian louboutin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Know, Biden introduced this huge $1.9 trillion covert rescue package. With all kinds of things and it already there's some opposition, understandably, from some Republicans, especially in the Senate, where they could block it with a filibuster. And there's talk in the house. Well, let's trip out some parts, the direct payment $1400 and the money specifically to help speed up the vaccination distribution process. And maybe we should just pass that. So you know you're going to see the rhetoric of Joe Biden and his inaugural address today come crashing into reality and how he deals with That will be the mark of his presidency. It's your will. So we'll we'll find out together. All right, so I was listening. Flipping around on deer were Um I know this sounds very misogynistic, but the number of women Commentators on MSNBC. Were gushing about what Kamila Harris was wearing. And we're literally I've over the top gushing about Michelle Obama and what she was wearing. They were going on around. Remember about it? I don't think any of them commented about Melania. So The Daily Mail figured out what Melania was wearing. And What Yeah, it's not like the politicians. Umm spouse there reporting That before emerging from Air Force one Um Melania, who wore a black Chanel suit. And a $70,000 mei bag with a pair of Christian louboutins in my saying that right Bluebird, Bluebird 10 Live it up. The baton. I got the I didn't do, Hermes. I did her May got that right? Black Chanel suit, $70,000 may bag and a pair of lobaton heels. That's what she wore this morning. So on Air Force One before they got to Florida, she changed into something more colorful and more comfortable a 37 $100 Gucci dress. Had a pair of $500 Roger the veer flat pumps. So She likes to dress well. And it's expensive stuff. Um I don't know. I did not know that I know Er Mei is designer prices. I did not know you could buy a handbag for $70,000. Wow. We're gonna get a ERM a bag for your fiance, Alex, you're gonna The that's a no. No. We'll see what that I mean. That's a lot of man alive. Well, she knew would be a big day. So she went out in style. We have time for one, Williams. Was Dr one. He's he's joining in about all the pardons. No, we don't have enough time. Well, let's go. Let's talk about Jay Johnson, then the former head of homeland security. And he says, Yeah, we used to focus on foreign terrorists, but after last two weeks ago We're switching to domestic since 9 11. Those of us who have been involved in national security. Have been Principally concerned with foreign inspired foreign directed terrorist threats to our homeland. That threat picture is now very, very different. Principal terrorist threat is is far right. Violent extremism far right white nationalism of a violent nature that has been apparent now for some time. The Anti Defamation League. For example, has tracked this for years. Terrorist attacks now in the United States are predominantly domestic based bar right violent extremism. And so I'm Pleased to hear that the incoming national security team will make threats like you in on a part of their principal focus. Nominating.
"christian louboutin" Discussed on X96
"From the opening moments, President Trump repeatedly interrupted Joe Biden. Told lies about Trump's own tax payments. Biden's healthcare plan, the environment voting by mail on last night's debate was almost impossible to watch and did little to shed any light on anything other than the fact that the president of the United States is a bully and a psychopath. Yeah, one of Trump's own debate, advisers governor Chris Christie said. Well, he came in to her. He was just too hot should have backed off a little bit afterwards, Jonathan Martin of the Times wrote. The president's bulldozer style tactics represented an extraordinary risk for an incumbent who's trailing Mr Biden, in large part because voters including some who supported him in 2016 are so tired of his never ending attacks and Outbursts. That's an interesting take. I think a lot of people who did support him or at least we're tolerant, have become intolerant of him because he never stops. It just never stops with the B s. And and people over get in. And if they watch that last night, they just go. Man. That's exactly what the problem is right there. Yep. Anne Applebaum of the Atlantic wrote the point of Trump's performance in that debate was to undermine confidence in the election and in the democracy itself. He didn't care whether he wanted debate or not, and wants to make everything uncertain. He's running against the election. He's not running against Joe Biden. Yeah, but you know his wife was there. As was Joe Biden's wife, and they were both dressed resplendently. Um, now Melania Trump. She opted for Ah, lovely, very expensive pin striped suit with a crisp Aah! Button up shirt white shirt. Her outfit was around $383,800. People figured Ah and She was. It was Christian Louboutin pumps. Ah, And now Jill Biden also dressed quite well. She was wearing a $995 black and tan Valentino rock stud sling back. A pair of shoes. I know. How do you pay $995 for a pair of few? I don't or $695, or I just don't know. I could explain it, but it would hurt your head. Just I mean, I go for comfort and I go for well, These aren't comfort Does nothing comfortable? Well, I think No, that's what I've heard, though, is that they are, you know, how do you know? Yeah, I know. I've heard you are that's part of what you're paying for, is that they are comfortable and they're very fashionable. I've asked women who wear shoes that don't look comfortable. And that our expensive those don't look comfortable and they say, But they are thiss.
"christian louboutin" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"More than two hundred celebrity scientist and Nobel Prize winners have signed an open letter rejecting the idea that things should quote go back to normal after the corona virus pandemic and arguing that we must instead stop quote the pursuit of consumerism now to be clear I'm not attacking them for their success or even for them enjoying it was lavish lifestyles what I am saying however is that I can't help but be irked by the lack of awareness that you have to have in order to sign something like this while you're sitting in an extravagant homes after all thirty of the super wealthy people who signed a letter had any real interest in stopping the pursuit of consumerism they would certainly have started with taking a look at their own habits in that area a letter recently published at the French publication le Mande states in part pursuit of consumerism and obsession with productivity have let us deny the value of life itself I don't play instead of animals and I have a great number of human beings pollution climate change and the destruction of remaining natural zones has brought the world to a breaking point many of these people such as Madonna Robert deniro Iggy Pop Christian Louboutin and I'll be crews and Jane Fonda to name a few are incredibly rich and famous Madonna for example is actually totally free seller multimillion dollar mansion and give all the cash to green peace if she wanted to no one is stopping her I'm actually with a net worth that Forbes estimates that five hundred and seventy million in twenty nineteen she can probably part with a lot of her assets and still lives far more comfortably than the vast vast majority of us could ever imagine I'm not singling out Madonna either because there were a lot of people on that list you probably haven't exactly had to resort to eating boxed macaroni and cheese and while celebrity network for example estimates Jane Fonda's in about two hundred million and Robert deniro a cool five hundred million what's most insane of all is the fact that Christian Louboutin signed this letter what is public knowledge that the most basic pair of heels he sells about seven hundred Bucks he doesn't hate consumerism he lives and breathes obsession with material status symbols isn't just acceptable to him it's actually his entire business model into the reason why he the child of a cabinet maker in St all mother was able to launch a business that made more than estimated eighty five million dollars today the thing is I actually think stories like his are amazing I'm not taking any of these people were having success or money sourced from a Madonna is worth hundreds of millions of Bucks which is also working very hard is incredibly talented I'm serious start to believe that like a prayer came out more than thirty years ago because it still gets me in my G. anytime I hear no their money doesn't bother me neither does their fate what does bother me though is the hypocritical virtue signalling they all displayed in signing something like this in fact it's hard to see it as anything other than an insult to the intelligence of the rest of us after all we're not stupid we know these people aren't shopping it we don't know because for example is in fact not sleeping on a bale of hay in an abandoned barn somewhere we also know that capitalism enter devotion to productivity are two major reasons why you're reaching your famous go out and live like you are you've earned it please at least respect the rest of us number ten that you're devoted to minimalist living after all if you really were each charged by trying it yourself.
"christian louboutin" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast
"Had nothing was. My Shoe has free petals. The Andy Warhol paintings as five beds or is no outlines. There's no heart in the middle of the flower. So but it's the inference. I fully recognize. It is this painting of Andy Warhol. But so when you when you look at things the factory in. Pratt is not a copy. If you keep the feeding and you just printed it it can be considered as a copy. That's why fronts. And naturally I never worked with documents because I think that every every influence you have once you are going to transcribe it into your designs. It needs to go through the filter of your memory and that memory is going to take the essence of what you think of something. You've been seeing you have ingested digested and then it becomes your design so he's no copy just just influence on. I feel very strongly about that. It's important to accept the inference and I will always I mean I would always say that info influenced by a lot of different culture. But it's very very normal on. Its Bhavan important. If population is a bit of a Abbas for me you know I mean what about should the Greek from Greece go to America and say listen? The White House is Greek removes US Collins Zone. Collins from the White House are definitely from the Greek Culture. Everyone has been taking from different cultures. This civilization mix ups in visitation trading. What is trading people? Were arriving from Asia. I'm bringing different things. You know. Essence perfumes exit. They are to country. Where would Europe where we didn't have that? Well you know. Trading has brought a lot of things to different civilization it has brought wealth to Asia for instance it has put wealth to the caravans. Were carrying things and bring them to. It has brought communication people understanding all the people. It has imagination. All of this is important to keep you know. I really I like Autism cheap I fight to keep autism. Cheaper live as much as I can and the same thing. Communication between country between cultures is important otherwise mixed blood would not even exist any. And you're explain I am mixed blah. Yeah and bay proud to be hand. I think the other thing that I noticed through the exhibition is that you. You provide credit. You know you're not and you have real relationships with some of these people and cultures that you taken inspiration from which is another important part which is one thing to kind of blatantly copy but it's another thing to have a deep relationship with the culture and two to acknowledge that culture and the way you present designs of goals. I think it's very important. I mean that's why that's why when you're infants. You should not be ashamed but you should show it and you should embrace it. That's very important. I totally agree. And when you even when I work with artisans for instance you know. Sometimes I have people telling me well if it's done this way. We can only do two hundred pairs but we could go to another country unto multiple on always says no when you work with the autism cheap of a community for instance the way to keep that community alive when they when their work is. The autism shape is not to steal. It is to get it to buy it to the people to keep it alive. And then as a generation we can keep on if you take the essence of artisans utahns sport it into another country to do it in lipper variation. Because it's cheaper you end up killing this artisan shape. So that's a think again. I would never do that because the deepest respect for autism sheep. My father was a competent so I know autism ships my childhood on. I really am. I'm trying as much as I can to protect. All the forms of autism ship said. I've been working with with artisans. I've been working with Tam. What sound congratulations on exhibition? Thank runs until the twenty sixth of July here in Paris. It's it's incredible. I highly recommend anyone. Who's listening if you're in Paris before the end of July have a look it will take you into an immersive experience everything you need to know about new town. Thank you monsieur. Spending time with me this morning this Imran Ahmed founder and CEO of the business of fashion. I bid you farewell from a rainy day in Paris where in the twelfth round small. But it's well worth a visit and yes. We'll see you next week on the podcast. Bye Bye if you've enjoyed this episode. Don't forget to subscribe. Give us a rating and you might be interested in joining the business of fashions. Global Membership Community B. O. F. Professional are members receive exclusive deep dive analysis. Regular email briefings as well as unlimited access to our of over ten thousand articles our new IPHONE APP by annual special print editions. And all of the online courses and learning materials from be off education..
Christian Louboutin Reflects On His Career
"I'd like to go back to the beginning of your career and I read somewhere that you dropped out of school at a very young age around twelve. Have to cool till sixteen when you when you live in France but I was. Yeah I started to be expelled. Twelve so of out of school basically right and you were already obsessed with shoes right Yup. Yup where did that? Where did that come from this? Like shoe obsession. It comes from different thing than it. I would say comes from two things. It comes home in a session that I had as a kid for showgirls music Horn and even even movies where I could see dancing and it comes from that and it comes from actually from the place where we are now. Which is this museum which used to be which used to be a African panic art museum when you were answering on? It's a beautiful magnificent building. One thousand nine hundred eighty one so when you are entering a signal which was enjoying it was representing a shoe so it was a sea of a shoe high here on the fifty. But it just wasn't a late seventies so I didn't know that these join may me become sort of conscious that everything stopped by joint because it was drawing of a shoe of women's shoe but it was not existing because I'd never seen such show. It was appointee last appointee. Stiletto so I fought. I understand that. It's a drawing representing a women's shoe but this should doesn't exist so and it was. You showed me sign or symbol. It's a sign saying. Don't wear these shoes all issues when you saw them. As a young person he wanted to create shoes like that is that what happened. Exactly exactly so between my obsession for dancers on that joying. That made me understand that everything. Basically start by drawing and so. I wanted to do something which was not existing for music owned else and I sort of you know for me. Musical go further so they were like exotic birds on. I always love but and so I didn't think that had costume because someone told me but you could design costume for musical food was no costume. You know birds always have further which was natural to have further to those girls but buds don't have shoes. I wanted to create a human thing for these birds of paradise in a way. What what do you think shoes represent in our culture and why what is a shoe? What a shoe represent a lot of things According to different culture it has different meanings to same thing for callers. The interesting thing is at that. Say about work when I first started to design shoes for me on my name that say so early. Nineties shoe was people were always making reference to an accessory and then from accessory it expanded into something by itself. Schumer has moved. The Nimitz accessory has left the domain of just being an accessory it has become its own identity and things that it comes from different things but definitely it come from the fact that it's it's a very big symbol of Liberation. It's a symbol of feminity but it brings to it brings. The person wears issues a different poster. A different way of being a different way to show yourself and and so. It's a very different attitude. It's very small. It's a very small element which gave radiates. Antibody chains the body language. It changed it Sunup. Gravity and shoes whereas a woman of women who opposes by the Shoe Charissa woman right. So you didn't formerly study should assign but you weren't with some very famous shoe designers most importantly house if G. Yes what was that like? Because he's got obviously a you know long and very historic famous history here in France as a shoe designer. What what was that like working with him so what happened. Executive was is that when I worked with him he had ended his career but he was a mentor to me and so I worked. I did a museology type of work so I was ever seeing his assistant. But I never designed for Jose. Never no no. I worked at a period of the retrospective. I had met him before and then he asked me to be his assistant for everything but not designing on. That didn't want to design for him. I was so excited and happy to look at the work of someone that I knew so well and to have it explained but it's mass by his master and so what happened is that when I was ten I started to do. A sketch had seen that museum. Do Undo Redo that sketch always the same profane and so I started to put it every table of my different schools where I got expelled. Because one of the reason was because I was like trashing Zell's tables with my designs and and then one day one person and then it was almost sixteen. Gave me a book and say for you and I who likes shoes I find newsies and someone gave me the book of what it was Gold Makarova on just had his name. When I opened the Book I realized that my obsession with join shoes was also a beautiful work but had never thought of it as a work before it was rare in being shoot as no. I didn't know any design is right and so when I opened at book I fought. This is it. That's jobs and supposedly doing and from that moment I started to change the angle I started to. I was always own enjoying pro fine and when I decided that it could be a designer assured his on I started to free quarters exit down when I saw the work aversion so obviously has been very important and influential because he's sort of opened meat completely to the ideas that it was a beautiful possible word So then how did you actually learn how to design shoes so now so I started so? My first thing was to to jove a to do shoes for showgirls. So I started an internship when I was seventeen at I stayed less than a year and then after I realized that you know this is not Boorda was not going to do was not going to do shoes for showgirls. Invalid just doesn't happen. I was sent to glue to have to bring coffee Which was very nice and I learned a lot actually from dances but to really design shoes. I was not going to be there so I ended up thinking. Fashion is probably the place to go and I opened the yellow pages. I remember there was nobody. The first house was Batmans. Was nobody answering. The phone. Second House was Joel on ice to speak to the director. They say Jericho. What a subject off. Cuccia and on the path maters this wonderful lady quote Ellen. D'amato was direct couture. She gave me an appointment. She looked at my design. She said it's very pretty. And we want to do a stash jokes. Wt BY SEAN. Joel I say yes so. I got sent into south of France for one year and this is why I learned to be. My first job was as a modest so my former education of Mideast comes home sold off and then after I was. Stephen merged like a night club so one year a challenge. Although in in the south in the middle of nowhere was a bit tough but at Shell Joel down the technical aspects of creating shoe. That's where you learned it because it's important you were just showing me that incredible installation to show. How shoes or graded You know and the sizing of it like I think designs a bit like architecture hearing engineering and architecture. That's why yeah. That's exactly what I'm trying to show. It's actually Victor Nick. Yeah it's really precise but it's organization. It's very important Yeah it is definitely. It's very technical. This is why actually it's also often expensive and for instance. It's complicated for someone who would start to do a proper so so much engendering you know so much metal inside formation in order to keep the balanced also to keep the arch. You know you can sort of easily against do address with like a stitching being a needle. You can sort of manage to do something with fabric. But she's not fabric slander component which are complicated. It's orange
"christian louboutin" Discussed on The Big 98
"The Bobby bones show I live on reddit and a lot of times of these threads and one of them said what are some ridiculous facts from history so people are posting all these ridiculous things soft pull some of them number one is high heels were made for E. Gyptian butchers so they didn't step in blood or what that was why they came into existence they wanted there to really lift it off so the high heels you are now were originally shoes for butchers in Egypt while the crazy yeah I saw a story from Luton not not Louis Vuitton right Christian Louie baton where they say that when they make their shows no effort goes in to how comfortable the shoes the shoes and the makers French fashion designer Christian Louboutin does not care if the hills are comfortable just beautiful wow that's a real person yes Christian yeah any wise diners okay so rich sure loaded how much your issues average of a thousand dollars yeah that's average because I would say there anywhere from seven hundred to fifteen hundred wow crazy army navy more I don't know here's another one Ronald Reagan was a prolific life guard when younger he said to seventy seven people seventy seven saves seventy seven saying it yeah at two two seven three three with a double double as a double yeah yes how do you feel about Ronald Reagan seven seventy seven that's amazing he must've been doing it for years present or something like the whole time yes the whole time active very active these are all ridiculous history thanks in ancient Egypt servants were smeared with honey to attract flies away from the pharaoh so wrong selfish I mean yeah servant slavery all wrong it is well it is better if you're not not just nearing the honey on them yes but is weird though like they're much flies how to get away from him he's not somebody else and a Chinese emperor escaped an assassin by running around a pillar after two hours the assassin got tired bored one home cards in in in in in in in in in it and it is hard to catch somebody around like a circle pillar I was thinking about this like it's hard unless you're gonna step and a half Bonham it's hard but you try to get over the reverse I went exactly the way I wanted until I try to get in that way before Abraham Lincoln was a politician he was a champion wrestler with more than three hundred bouts under his belt Lincoln only lost one match in his career and was inducted into the national wrestling hall of fame while Abraham Lincoln isn't that crazy well more people were buried alive so often in the nineteenth century to the eighteen hundreds the safety coffin was invented so the dead we have the ability to alert those above the ground if they were still alive I wonder why it was so common that had to happen once the word got out right like this one time somebody buried alive then they had to get out order to be clawing on the inside of the adult once they opened it up which isn't more but one more Thomas Jefferson and John Adams died on the same day literally July fourth eighteen twenty six it was a fiftieth anniversary the both signing the declaration of independence they both died same exact day fifty years from here Adam's last words were Thomas Jefferson survives he was wrong about five hours no they did they both died of natural causes I think so they're both old yeah.
"christian louboutin" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Morning no good morning our big three headlines this morning what we had the democratic debate in Iowa yesterday Ghatal testy there between Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren in fact she refused to shake Bernie's hand after the debate apparently they had a little bit of a heated exchange off Mike because remember Elizabeth Warren said that Bernie told her in private a woman could not be elected president Bernie denied it the debate last night but other than that it was a pretty dreary affair no heated exchanges during the debate only after only after that what good is that gonna help ratings rates are so boring none of which change ideas fight for this nomination absolutely you got it by not be afraid to you know what did Ronald Reagan say I'm paying for this microphone member that New Hampshire is I am paying for this microphone now that's a good debate but now these now these men plus you get softball questions from CNN oh of course yeah absolutely right were lame any questions were really lane they were pathetic nobody really pressed anybody on anything actually there was a controversy because one of the CNN reporters question Bernie Sanders saying you said that a woman can't be and it's been cooperated she pointedly said did you would said that when he obviously said he didn't yeah that's right but interest I mean did she should not have offer her opinion yeah I actually thought that the the the moderators work but they were dealt to there they they were some CNN meant why not but their their questions just seems so so can the we are they read them and I will without a conversational ways as you should have your reporter to kind of press somebody make some upset all right the computer has printed out the question we're gonna read it like a computer yes I'm also in the big three impeachment is finally here well the articles Nancy Pelosi sent him over to box a Christian Louboutin shoe box and you know knowing she wears Christian New because you definitely does this is sending them over to Mitch McConnell this strikes me as kind of a hush puppies are the guy anyway she sending her articles of impeachment over in our Christian Louboutin shoebox and then we're gonna trial maybe on Tuesday listen to McConnell arguments.
"christian louboutin" Discussed on Full Court Press
"Pacers get a really long rebound and get out a great fastbreak opportunity with the clock at about six seconds they even have time out but they didn't take it because they were wayahead changing into the floor faster than the hawks were in the rosal was a glenn robinson third wideopen 3point attempt in the left corner and he hit it at the buzzer for the game winner and the celtics blazers games trey lyles rebounds the ball right under the basket with four seconds to go so about ninety two feet from the other basket whilst makes the first mistake by handed the ball off the barton who's right next to him jamal murray was wide open at the three point breaking moving towards the knock it off it's a ban on the court while should've hit murray without outlets bath as barton's dribbling it up brassiere eventually covers murray but tori cragg gregor guy he views that you've lived in the drawing has to fit the plays year tori cragg is open and the left corner he's on the court because of its defense he's a thirty percent 3point shooter on 34 attempts in the nba this season in the g league he has been a thirty seven percent 3point shooter on more than seven attempts per game so if you get a guy like that wide open in the short corner you want that looked and i looked at the nba shot chart on cragg the 2 of 5 from the left corner so mistake by lyles a whose young he's play 3500 minutes emily emily veteran will barton cost the nuggets the chance to get a good book in a chance to tie the game a push it into overtime so greg i haven't been coaching for a number of years now you're still coaching w think our break that down a fairly well or did you have any another option reasons when you aback took a look at the end begging yaohua back today it took another look at the in the game just maitre my fax right a then right a timeout chose not to use it i don't understand that uh i think the tb display was wrong because i went back and looked at the play by play an eye on mba dot com when you look at the play i'll play it said the last time out the.
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"More with. At you and KARN said striving foot traffic and getting people to gasp leave their laptops and actually had to brick and mortar. So she talks about how last week she went to a mall in Ohio with her friend. And it's it's one of the more popular malls in Ohio. She and her friend went to Sephora lush bath and body works free people forever. Twenty one. She said neither of them could even muster try anything on. She said overall. I believe I spent about seventy dollars on things such as Roma therapy lotion at bath. And body works a thirty dollar Nour's lipstick pencil. It's four a hair clip and a pajama tanktop at free people and a shampoo bar and facemask lush still quite a bit of money, and no clothing or anything. I'm going to use outside of the comfort of my own home for that matter as I looked at my purchases for the day. I realized that the idea of shopping for clothes purely exhausted me, and I was much more interested in spending my heart earned dollars on things that will be used from start to finish. And be with me every day like a lipstick. I understand that. And that's how was like a really fun hall, by the way. Right. I would be thrilled with that hall sort of goes back to Sydney China help her husband, find drescher. It's like do you want to spend all your time for clothes all day or do you want to go by like the bath bomb? That's gonna make you feel good as soon as you get home from that shopping trip. Yes. So thank you Natalie for that. We had a quick update from the anonymous person who a couple of weeks ago had asked us about job advice. The person said I had a random dream about you both the other night. I was at some sort of conference, and you both were up there. Speaking limit time came for the Email jingle I stood up and sang, the just pop fashion gmaiLcom and made a fool of myself. You guys are even haunting me in my sleep. I would share for you. If you sang the song. If we're haunting you in your sleep. That means you should stop listening to us before bedtime. I disagree..
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"I think if you get out of what is it jus- just pay Bank get out of that store. Get into department stores, which I know is not fun, but you can do some digging number two more expensive option is to have custom made shirts. It is more affordable than you think. I used to think it was completely out of price range that it was a complete impossibility. I don't know where you live. And this might be a question of what city you live in what access you have. But if there is a city near you that does any kind of custom work, it could start googling that getting buttoned-down cotton shirts made it to your measurements is becoming more and more affordable. I would highly suggest you look into that. So you're not going to get a cheap deal. But you're going to have shirt that is to your specifications, your body type, and it's gonna last number three go thrift ING, this is an option at that. Again. It's gonna take some time you have to do some digging also men's sections and thrift stores tend to be small, but because they're from not this year their clothing options that have a variety of clothing from different times. You are gonna find things that don't have that layer that coating of wrinkle resistance on it, you'll have some options, it's more affordable. So this really becomes a question of time versus money. And I wish I had a really suspect. Answer that I was like check out this one brands, but what a company or brand produces this season, and how they treat their shirts may be very different to what they do next season. So even if you find one answer that you're like this shirt works. This company works they might not produce the same shirt six months from now when you're going back because you want another one, that's my complicated answer. Lisa. What do you think? Yeah. It is a complicated answer, and the other thing that factors in here. Is that Cindy told me by Email that he was hoping to stay in the fifty dollar price range, and he knew might be a tall order. I think you can do it even custom. I don't remember the prices the last custom place that I went to. But I was very surprised that it was on par to what you could get out at department store. So my thought was why more people doing this because you could go to like a Macy's and get this or you can have a designed just for you and get the exact same product your specifications. Yeah. I'm sorry. That there is no easy answer. Otherwise, go thrift. I mean, there's some I've seen some great options and thrift stores you just have to dig and, you know, consignment stores do have men sections, and they're often like you said that there is much smaller than the women's section. So it's not as much of a hunt even like buffalo exchange. I would say that where it seems like a store that's geared toward like the very young. Like just out of college crowd. But you can find a wide range of styles and sizes where you're like consignment stores know that people have jobs, and so like things like dress shirts and khakis and loafers like are always going to be coming in yet. Agreed. Yeah. If you have any luck. Cindy, we expect an update if you find any good fines, we're gonna want some evidence pictures or it didn't happen. So I've been doing this New Relic cross off the letters as I read them. And it makes me feel very official. Okay. We have some like random random updates. Here is a note from Iona about grocery stores. She says I'm a native Washingtonian and wanted to pitch in on the Kroger story from last week. Okay. By now, it's like two weeks ago. But you know, what, you know, there are Fred Meyer stores all over at least in western Washington. And as far as I know they've always had more of a department store vibe with one third food, one third, clothing and accessories and one third homegoods like furniture, vacuums toys and tools. I think it's interesting that they will have their own line of leisure. But they've always carried a wide. Variety of clothing from bras to rain jackets. I don't think this move by Kroger really counts in the clothing and grocery stores debate topic..
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"He didn't make an official comment. But he was basically like, yeah. Like, I guess I've heard of her like, I guess I know that song. The question is why why doesn't Lubaton see this like very clear opportunity to pair with someone who's young and can bring like youth to this legacy brand. And I they go ahead. God God, what are you thinking? They better be careful because they're gonna fall the trajectory of crystal which crashed and burned to remember this like it was the drink of all rappers, and they would name check it named check at name jacket song after song different artists talked about it. And the crystal basically was like the company said we don't want anything to do with rappers. And then everything stopped right, right? Basically like sex with avenue like the Christian Levitan shop. They're like didn't comment for the story. Nobody from Christian Lubaton commented on this story. Meanwhile, strippers are like I'm trying to get me some Lou batons because they are inspired by Cardi B's success. And they are seeing at least the ones that were that commented on this story are saying like this is something that we aspire because we're inspired by Cardi B, right? Like now, it's like a benchmark that they want to get too, right? Man, if they don't take advantage of this connection. I think the company is missing out and rats doesn't make a judgment either way. They just sort of talk about the Cardi B fact, unlike what it has meant for the name Lubaton in the past couple of months since this song has gotten really big. And it's not like she called them up and said, hey, can I rap about you? That's like not exactly how it works. But it's like they better hop on this or they're going to miss out. Also, look how influenced I was because I've been thinking about Lou batons ever since a song came out. And you know, I've been thinking about Lou batons for a long time. And I was like if little twenty five year old Cardi B can get a pair. So can I accept her pairs are all full price and mine are pre warn Cardi? Cardi B could be the face of Christian Lubaton, if Christian Lubaton realized this is a a market that we want to get into like, you can get the young people. It's a moment. It's a really hot moment right now. It is an aspirational brand. It is the aspirational brand. And you look back on twenty seven seventeen her song is going to come to the top of what we were listening to during this time. I get real serious. When I listened to that song. I'm like. Yup. I'm going to do what I gotta do to make this money. I'm gonna pay my bills. I am going to make those double car payments. Good for you, by the way. Amen. And you know, what I have to take off my heels when I drive because I have this thing where like if I'm wearing a he'll like, I'm usually driving around in my car with one shoe on Florida problems. Yeah. Because I have a hard time with the doing the pedal with a heel on you can have driving shoes. That's okay, I could wear my Lou batons in the car. And I just wouldn't go anywhere. I would just get my car that's paid off in my shoes that are paid off. Hey, girl dream everything's paid off useful and beautiful..
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"Okay. But here's the article that inspired this that inspired this downfall into buying shoes on EBay racked. We love racked racked an article about Christian Lubaton and the Cardi B effect. And if you like what do these two have in common you obviously haven't listened to bodak yellow by Cardi B Cardi B. She was working her way through community college when she was eighteen and started stripping exotic dancing, whatever you wanna call it. I'm going to call it stripping for the sake of simplicity. And she got her first pair of Lou batons as a gift from one of her admires the club since then she has gone on to be she's twenty five. Now, they'll wrong lot of work. Do you wanna go back a couple years? We've got to rethink our entire lives. I know right and start stretching now. So now, she's twenty five and she has an album out. She had she won all of the BT awards. Basically this year, I'm going to enter Jack and say with confidence that Cardi B is the only person in our country that had a good year. He'll they one she's the only human in this country the had a good year. And God bless her continue this September this September. She became the first solo female rapper to hit the top of the billboard hot one hundred chart since Lauren hill in nineteen ninety eight. She's amazing. She's amaze. So her hit song bodak yellow, which you've probably heard on the radio or you've heard people mentioning it. I believe six on this show a couple of weeks ago, but she says these expensive these is red bottoms. These is bloody. Shoes in the song? She's talking about how she doesn't dance anymore. She's a moneymaker. She's got her music game like up top. She has money for Lou batons. She doesn't have to pick which pair. She can get both. Also, she's got a good handbag and she got her teeth fixed. Hecker feel in this. You are totally influenced by the song. Lisa. It's all my running playlist that I'm gonna listen to at the gym after this show, and I'm loving it. I'm loving Cardi B. And according to a recent report from business of fashion and list L I S T searches for Christian Lubaton heels have increased by two hundred seventeen percent since bodak yellow came out as a single. And if you just search Google for red bottoms, you get this like huge spike in search. So. Oh, also, it is reported that she owns ninety pairs of Lou batons. Ooh. Beautiful closet. I admire Cardi B so much right now. The question is why isn't Lubaton working with her Christian Lubaton was called up for the story..
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"You'll have a certain consistency in your style because it is all coming from one brand. And it's probably a brand that you you really like their aesthetic you're gonna plunk down this. What is it ninety eight bucks a month ninety five ninety five? It's not a terrible idea. But I I'm just like really another one. Yeah. I know but don't let the avalanche of places. Do this completely discourage you I think there's a customer here. I think there is. You know, what here's another story from my office. Tell us this morning. I was telling a co worker about the outrageous online purchase I made last night, which I'll tell you about in the next. Oh, I'm so excited. But then she says to me I just bought three dresses from Ann Taylor. Loft says a twenty three year old living in Saint Petersburg, Florida. And I looked at her like, you sure, you don't live in DC. Because you think it's like two dressing for your office. No, I I mean, if she wants to wear an Taylor loft. That's fine. I'm just I have it in my head so ingrained that an Ann Taylor loft customer lives in DC and has an office job and is between the ages of twenty and thirty five and goes to loft because it's safe office clothing. But then I thought well they've got a lot of lightweight stuff year round at loft. I think that's a part of what drew her, and I still have it in my head that and Taylor loft as a place where DC people shop for their DC close for the DC jobs. Yeah, they do. I know. I am part of the problem. DC people. I'm the reason we can't have nice things. Okay. You have to move on to another story because I want to hear about the crazy thing you bought last night. I bought a pair of Lou batons. You buried love lead. You buried the lead. Lisa har. I can't believe we are into this podcast. How many minutes and you buried the lead? I should have been the first thing you talked about I have mixed feelings about men purchase. Okay. What color? My happy place. What color are they they're black? They have a little gross game bow on them. How big is the he'll like. I can't tell you the millimeters, but it's a a pretty modest he'll for Lou batons like I could very easily wear these to my office. I bought them on EBay, the particular shoe. I don't think has been out by Lubaton for about three or four years. But I found a really good pair on EBay that. Like, the red bottoms are real rugged Lisa. This is awesome. You've been talking about this for a while. Was this a birthday present for yourself? Oh, yeah. It was I was like about myself tooth Unabomber self apparently baton they to me, and let me tell you. I could've bought three pairs of Lubaton for the price. I paid for that tooth. I got a real good deal on EBay. Okay. The reason I have mixed feelings is because before I bought the Lou batons on EBay. I was like Fanego my car payments to see how quick I could pay my car off, which is way sooner than originally planned. I'm like, yes, I'm gonna do this. This is what I'm going to do to pay off this car and not have this like Bill hanging over my head each month because I haven't had a car payment in seven years, and now I have one and I'm like, I wanna get rid of it. And then I was like let me by these loops. Like what brain fart did? I have. Oh, it's your birthday go for it. You have to have a little fun..
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"So Victoria's Secret coming in with their Americanized version of sex and sexuality is wildly different from what's happening in China. So how are they going to bridge the gap in this market? It is a largely untapped market. A few other laundry companies have started going there. But it's not just about selling product is about either changing an attitude about what lingerie means or adopt into a culture. And so you it your brand in a different way. What's your off the cuff response to this? Can you get those bras through TSA when you fly? That's a lot of battle. It's sort of like Victoria's Secret coming into China, at least imparts would be recognized as sort of like the basic bitch that goes to Starbucks and gets the pumpkin spice latte. The day comes out like it's like overly. That's the thing. You get excited about well. It seems like so loud, so brash and comparison, I mean, look, I'm all about a really supportive undergarment. It sounds like in China. Maybe you should buy bras a little bit more often just just to keep it fresh. That's just a personal opinion. But it has seen as commodity, and maybe that's not bad. Maybe it's not bad at all. Because the marketing and the hype is what keeps us going back and idea of sexuality and exploring sexuality through lingerie. Maybe the thing that we are used to in our culture, but isn't necessarily the right mindset. That's true. And look at me sort of like bashing the people in China for like having a bra. Wearing it for years and years. Whereas like, they're still finding value in that product. And it's still working, obviously, it's still working. So like, why should they buy more stuff? Like, oh my gosh. I just threw all of my anti consumerism efforts back in my own face. The idea of what is this object? And how does it relate to your identity? That's what I'm curious about that connection and how there's a whole country of millions of people that do not have that impression. Right. Because if you ask you and me and sixteen other people what they think the ideal customer is for Victoria's Secret. We're all going to give you different answers. But they're all going to be what we think are valid customers for secret. Right. And in China. They're like, a why do we need this stuff? Right. Yeah. So are so are they did they tape the fashion show in China to show the artistry of the? I wouldn't say that the Victoria's Secret fashion show with it's very popular models. Very scantily clad like I don't know if that's the inroad to the Chinese customer. Oh, lisa. This is why you're so smart. And I'm so glad that you are the perfect podcast co host because you lead into the second. Biggest problem? Sure, the fashion show was taped in China, but Chinese audiences can't stream it or see it unless they have pirated system. Also their ads as a whole are problematic. They tried to do commercials in other areas, and they had to have Alibaba approval, which take that pen out. That's why we're coming back to it and broadcast regulation approval to show the models in a way that followed certain guidelines, but what ended up happening is you couldn't see the product because it was completely covered up. The point being what you think has always worked for your brand cannot work everywhere. And so do you decide to become a company that opens up to different ideas of sexuality or do you just try to push ahead and just like cramp down people's throats? Then if you're going to go with the ladder and try to cram it down people's throats. Are you just throwing money down the drain trying to break into this country where it's a major cultural difference? That's the question that is the question, and I am on the edge of to see what happens. It's about you under bruise. Okay. So in other fashion news, oh, I have like a terrible piece of fashion..
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"This was a guy who was still active so active in the fashion industry and at the age of eighty two they say he had a heart attack or I p rest power. Have I follow that? There's not happy. Wait. If all that. You don't you? Don't you just say next topic? Next topic. We're gonna talk about Vicky hush hush. We're talking about Victoria's Secret is the season. Listen, I did everything to not talk about this fashion show. And dammit, I still have to talk about this fashion show a bunch of things happened. Even prior to this show. Katy Perry couldn't go because you've got banned by China. Oh, drama GD Hadid could go banned by China. These people couldn't get in for various reasons gee-gee Hadid because you is a dumb Dhamma made some racist facial expressions and Katy Perry because she wore a dress that the Chinese government did not like it had sunflowers on it. She was Taiwan at the time sunflowers were seen as a sign of the resistance. Oh, jeez. Whoops. Listen to this. This is crazy. China has problems with Taiwan and the sunflower has become the symbol for an anti China movement. It's called the sunflower movement. She was draped in a Taiwanese flag when she was at the concert. Also, so everybody thought anti-china protests. So that's why she wasn't leading. Holy moly. The show went on a model fell during it. Yes. That's my fever this model fell. But honestly, it wasn't a huge deal. Everybody rallied around her the audience wild. She got backup kept walking. These are. Okay. I didn't wanna talk about this. But here we are. Here's the reason why I want to talk about this show because because you're going to explain to me why Victoria's Secret how show in China because why do they have it in China is it because of Alibaba singles day? No. But Alibaba does come into this in some way. And I'll tell you why later on just put a pin in that. Vicky hush is trying to expand to China laundry. Sales have been pretty stable over the past number of years, but they're not growing China is an untapped market. Victoria secret wants to move into that market. But. The big problem is Victoria's secrets cornerstone as sex appeal, and in China what they consider sexy is very very different than the American idea. So pushing into this new market is causing some problems, WW deem did an interview with this woman named Diane zoo. She is the founder of an app, call the oa-to bra. She has also tried to expand into China ran into some problems her mom was Allonge designer. And so she had this background. She created this app. The has to do with lingerie she said the following quote to the majority of Chinese girls, especially in second or third tier cities when they hear the word sexy. They get a bad. Meaning like, you are dressing to attract men and to be promiscuous Chinese girls. Don't aspire to be sexy. She goes on to say Chinese people view lingerie as a really boring commodity. They once a year by two or three bras their moms. Keep telling them a bra is something. You can wear for a long time. If it gets loose. You can just use the tighter hooks. This is why Chinese brands have six or eight lines of hooks in their bras show, people keep moving the hooks as the bras get stretched and loose..