3 Burst results for "Claire glamour"
"claire glamour" Discussed on Throwing Shade
"Welcome to throwing shade. Aaron is still out out of her mind. It's she's not going to be able to pull it together but she actually by next week she should have. She should have pulled it together. In the meantime I am so lucky to be joined and by a FAV- of this show a favor of the world's Yael comedian extraordinaire new dog owner couples therapy therapy co host with her husband Indie Band yes and Las Vegas Jabe opener later. Naomi Paragon is here how you doing as you may know her as at black dress on also meeting well black comedy. Oh instagram because someone came through before ideas you know who was she's doing fine. Okay you know what I said must but now I feel like it's like a little too extra even black-dressed Jimmy like now we're in a time where people like black people bull cooling brave magical and so. I was like maybe black dresses like a hat but honestly very conceited unseated. Isn't it like to be the one but it was only because like you know back in the day when all the social stuff happened. I had a day job to go undercover. What was Your Day job. I was the editor her American artists and Watercolor magazine. Wait Brent. I have no idea where you are you an artist no fish. Did I know anything about watercolor. How'd you get this job. You know you start out as an editorial assistant and you just learn the lingo and who was the publishing company Linus. Oh God I forget the name of the publisher so American artist was the main one a monthly and then watercolor was the quarterly and so I worked there for a couple of years then I left and and then they were like you WanNa come back and edit watercolor and I was like sure because it was like looking back on the best jobs our boss he would work like six. Am to two PM so he could go pick up his grandkids grandkids so like do you believe the Watercolor quarterly had the oldest editor on the planet the owner well everyone who everyone one who read the magazine it was like what are called non toxic paint so you know if you've retired and you. WanNa find yourself creatively start with water. You got it. You got added around Jesse. Everyone's like every now and then directed towards the end events like the Buffalo Watercolor Society invites. It's the editor of Watercolor magazine sponsored a war and have to go up and present and some like old white lady would be like you're the water and I'd be like I know Oh Sharon Sharon with Mitch and Sharon was probably so progressive in her mind. Did she show you opera. She like guess who the editor of Watergate mom. They were delighted but then I also feel like they were like this judge mark. You don't know nothing about no water dollars. Did you ever feel your to fake it almost certainly most certainly I mean I definitely learned somebody. There was even one point where you know Andy. Beckerman co-host betrothed road love when we're both like hustling between jobs and I was like you want to write an article Carla where you could make five hundred and he was I yes I literally like great viewed as gap and the right way you say and we'll figure it out not bad money by the way Oh watercolor probably had some investors subscriber folded you know we well water the longest running quarterly publication and then but our big rival watercolor artist easy to confuse ah today so exist. Yes they bought us out. They live a butter rivals. I was like this is insane. The watercolor in-fighting writing did you were you. Were you laid off from. How'd you already laughs. No I got laid off but I like I made it through the first round of layoffs and it was funny because the first round of layoffs was literally everyone one who cared. Do you know what I mean. The first of all the people you love are in for the long haul. You're here and there was like me and the guy who listen to podcast day. We manage to make it through is like. I guess we say it and maybe like three or four months after that. They were like nine. You gotta go to I would never have guessed that the editor of Watercolor magazine Zander. Maybe it's perfect that the editor of Watercolor magazine would go on to become this prestigious comedian kept all of them because I I wanted to be a writer writer and I you know I I loved magazines. I definitely thought I would go the way of more like a Marie Claire. Glamour Life Shurmur enters notes the picture and I kept those because it would be like like I do read the editor's note that as glamorous picture and being like Fan with quash yeah I'd be like it's all about trying different media and it'd be like what am I i. It was a fatal to you may get letters to the editor. Oh yes we're those people really opinionated people magazine when after the fifty most beautiful people the week after after let the letters to the editor about how they always starts with like imagine my surprise bridge. Julia Roberts was excluded again. That's would you get letters that were just I would generally get a lot. I know people will send me their art. I also got prison art because I think that was one of the magazines people could have at least especially for most of it was every nude figures but mostly it was landscapes fruit bowls stuff that if you're in prison you're allowed to have so then we will get like prisoner artwork and then I would get a lot of emails emails. No letters handwritten letters that were just like. I can't believe you call that art. Live it live in a one lady Milady Milady who loved to find a Typo. Could you please and are doing this by hand. I have heard of that in like authors of like publish folks who who've talked about that. They're like people tweet them and be like a page twenty eight. You Misspelled House Vegas. You just opened for Jonah the Mendez yes asked I can't really picture either of you in Vegas to be well. I don't know you can't really tell right now. I've got my cans on. They say in the bay shore. Dude lead cut my hair a bit. That's right. I saw that on instagram haircut after the show yes yes like between like he had another spot. So basically you know how the festivals are where it's like his show at three o'clock and then the next show is until eight thirty so so. I I went there was already going to do other shows in the festival and then I was added to open for him wonderful perfect and and then in between shows that were kind of chatting and then he was like can I touch your hair and only white men who is allowed and he's like. I just want to give it Alexa like a little whatever you want like. I'm hoping I'll come out. I'll get home bobby fix my house cool neutrals and Chung. You know what I mean like. I'm hoping this is part part of a larger plan for all of them like a mcleese success but I was like. Please come here then. He was like so nice but it was so he had like maybe ten fifteen minutes till his next spot okay team Jonathan. You have ten minutes Jonathan. You have five minutes one second clip Glib. He's the real deal I mean. There's this yeah the fact that you would even someone who just chooses in his off time Chilin Trim. You have a bit and then I was like okay every day. Eh because I will tell you he again. It was ten minutes so it's not like he got in deep. It was a quick dry cut but he's giving me some shape. He's given me a ghetto the go-to it. It's not you know so crazy. It's flirty. It's fine. It's thirty trying thirty forty. China and he talked about Marie Claire Glamour. They should be profiling your hair xactly. He told me he told me to put it in the middle which is like do. I have the symmetry for it and he said yes and I believed him he he. I mean he really is an artist. He if he were watercolor rest that would be your guy a cover cover star cover star Naomi. Let's talk about the lady in your life. Naomi has been on the dog adoption train for a while. I mean you've been looking for a while wile for a dog that specifically would well that you would love but also would get along with your cats. I mean that's harder than anyone. Thanks yes yes fully fully. I mean every I would see you because you post pictures of a dog and is that your dog what's going on. I really want a dog like anyone who would listen. I was like here's my dog emotion so what over a year probably like. I imagine that you and then finally it was funny so ended July. We got a car right Yorker. Yeah yeah end of August got. The dog like it was all part of the things I have to accept that I live in Los Angeles and make it work for me. I was like okay fuck and hybrid dog. We went to this place. Do you know the comedian Michelle Balloon Yeah so we couples therapy in Philly and she was kind enough to stay at her place. Oh shoot suit. She wasn't even there but her husband was there. They have two cats and a dog and we got there in their dog like mixing and mingling sweet dog and the cats as often as a dog and she was like in La at the Lang Foundation which remember her bring up to me. The Lang Foundation is by Jessica. Oh my God I wish some players on the board so celebrity access. Okay it's in West. La like is now a place. I'm just GONNA go to go. I'm never going to stumble by it but they will test any talk for you. Unbelievable bring that dog into their their cat rooms and let you know how it goes so we knew we were like we're going to it's gotta be laying but then of course we need a car to get to west. La I liked so it's a whole process so far and I you know I just need something. You were motivated to get the car to get the dog honestly for me honestly for me. Yes fully you. You know I've been taking driving lessons. I almost panic attack trying to get out of my own driveway yesterday and he had to talk me through it I tried to I abandoned he goes. You can't open the door. You're going to have to get it out of the driveway so we get the dog and until we meet that we like go there one day and we meet some dogs and they like. I you would walk through a room you know and see the dog. Kennels and then you can kind of get a sense of the personality like new. I wanted Melo dog. I wanted to see kind of how they dealt with the chaos but no they're bringing them to you. Okay this is this is like a this is like when people would go shopping and offered hitchcock movies. The models would come to show you the fashion yes. That's exactly it was that it was like well. I had a book a True Look Book Dougie headshots officer. Who Do you WanNa meet so and this is not. This is what I say. So there's a couple of dollars we see on their website whereas I gotta get in there and we get there and then you get the details and it's like oh well. This one can't use a hand leads and I'm like I have a flight of stairs. That's GonNa be good or the other one was like she's already gone. You know different things and so we have met a couple dogs and then they'll let you take him. WanNa walk around the block and so we're walking another dog like a brown spaniel. When I came back I can. I'm meet this like I don't know the Browner Spaniel walking when you're volunteers and.
"claire glamour" Discussed on Art of Failure
"They can. Part of failure. I'm your host Steve Friedman. Thanks for tuning in. Yes. This is art of failure the podcast that explores what it means to fail as a human person. We all try so hard not to fail on a daily basis. And we also forget on a daily basis that failure is part of life, and that we can use failure as a catalyst for growth and movement towards bigger. And better things guys today, we have one of those awesome supermodels from the nineteen nineties berry Smith, very started modeling shoes. Seventeen and was sent to Paris where success follow she worked with fashion icons, such as Bruce Weber her Brits, Arthur Elgort, Michael Thompson. Steven Klein, Peter Lindbergh, and many more barriers appeared on the covers of and workman, countless magazines, including American British talian and French vogue as well as L Laurie. Claire glamour and caused. Politics in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight buried appeared in her first Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, two thousand twelve appeared on E television, scouted mentoring young models, and she continues to mentor young folks getting into the fashion industry today. She is a working model, and she spoke to me about that career growing older and how she shot herself in the foot again. And again, listen up. It's so good to see you. Thank you so much doing this. Thanks for having me. Awesome. To have you here. How are you? I'm amazing realty grateful. That's the admiring the name of this podcast, especially our of failure. Because I just think that that's a powerful phrase Arte failure. I think there is art in it. I think there's art in the recovery from it. It's interesting is positive, and I think to use the word art, I think there's art in lots of things, and I was sort of brought up. No art is art art is Moller or Van Gogh or dealiest or Shakespeare. But nothing else is art that I fell in love with all these other things like sports, and the and all these other things and found art in them. So I think that there is art in failure. And the people that I'm talking to and you included successful people. How do we use failure? As a catalyst. How do we use failure to come back from get over? Deal with allow it to be there the duality of it. So anyway, Where'd you? Grow up, you grew up civic north west northwest. Beautiful. What was that like great? I was in the suburbs. Head grass. I you know, I had a great childhood. I mean, you know, a little bit of disruption when the divorce happened. All ten early failures for you like, do you? Remember some early things. Maybe maybe your parents. My mom considered getting pregnant eighteen not necessarily fell yer, but it wasn't spoken about their failures. And I don't remember hearing a lot about especially not for my dad. Okay. But yeah, I mean, every family has failures dark skeletons in the closet. Yeah. For sure. I would say, you know, what when I was twelve thirteen. I was big track are very into long jump and high jump, and and excelled, and I qualified for the national the national meat, and I went, and I did my poorest performance ever because of nerves I was super super nervous. And I gave my the worst jump ever placed thirteenth now at the end of your career. Not quite it's winding down because I became more interested in extracurricular activities, right? The teen different. Gotta Hijau different. Kinda high jump pie. Yeah. That happens at that age to to a lot of people. Yeah. Okay. And in a very young age, you were tapped to go to Paris and get the modeling can just talk a little bit about that the beginning of your modeling career. And what your feelings were about all that stuff as a kid. So yes, fifteen I was seventeen seventy so after high school I finished high school kind of tumultuous path of high school made it through and then all through my life people. It said you're so photogenic you should model. I had no academic ambition. So I just wanted to travel really wanted to see the world. So I said, you know, let me get this modeling shop. So I went to agency. And they said sure you could work agency in the Pacific actually well in Oregon. Yeah, they have agencies all these small cities looking for local girl next door. Well, there's local work to those local department stores as nineteen eighty nine different. But they still exist and these smaller markets, and so I started working, and then they. They said do you want to go to Paris? I have a scout this interested in new scout meaning agency there that's interested in you. And I went and I got out of Salem through modeling. Seventeen seventy to graduate high school. What was tumultuous about high school? Well, I other than the normal things that high school is go through right? Yeah. Yeah. Growing up is challenging sometimes you know, I'd like to drink like to experimental lot. So I took that path. And I I wrote it real hard long time and.
"claire glamour" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"She was extra number three ah i feel like i would be that friend to i would just be roller skating in the background look you wouldn't i i i accidentally like um admitted to climb up because i forgot to mike was on me i'm not kidding i was like oh i quit oh my god i did it so primarily no one's listening mike fine all right both of you last question best reality television show in the history of tv your absolute favorite go oh my god look for a moment here were both hitting back in action going you know it's so hard to say i remember the first compute them a little bit let's go for like real the real world and they're is survived here's the rural within or eight wine june turkey shorewood like shakespearean and as for insurance and it and it fights bandits and its interests i mean it was so good it really want you know i almost have to agree with you but i but week then i forgot the osborne and i and i feel like the osborne's well they didn't start all to me the raise the bar a little bit on claire glamour and glamour but with brawl real myth of showing your laws and uh we're right where they had a meeting with just the camera in the living room to get bob camera and the living room and they showed it could it was kelly dr really in kicked out of school right i mean the hollywood elite laws so i i think that of everything i have to go with osborne's in first place than uh than the jersey shore and back yet and then i might go ninety days bridge really done it can really really good it'd be this is but if we almost have to break it down like that the vast housewives of all kinds of new york city.