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Fresh update on "gucci" discussed on Balance of Power
"Holding is climbed four and a half percent in U.S. trading The online retailer unveiled a next generation chip for server computers in its data centers Alibaba won't sell the chip to other companies at least for now Other Chinese ADRs are also rising Streaming service Tencent music entertainment is up 7.3% Online discount or VIP shop holdings also up 7.3% and the video streaming service Ike is up almost 12% Sweden's Ericsson has lost three and a half percent The wireless network equipment maker said supply issues weighed on third quarter results and may persist into the fourth quarter Erickson was also hurt by a drop in Chinese sales tied to a Swedish ban on rival Huawei And Francis Kerry has fallen three and a half percent Third quarter sales at the luxury goods makers Gucci unit trail the average analyst estimate in the Bloomberg survey Anticipation of a new line of Gucci products known as aria Charlie Man we thank you very much Dave Wilson bringing us up to date on those 80 R so again recapping equities higher Netflix after the bell S&P up now by 30.7 tenths of 1% ten year yield 1.63% can not ignore crude right now 83 65 a barrel on WTI I'm Charlie pellet and that is a Bloomberg business flash This.
Hidden Gems That We Dont Want You to Miss : Episode 42 - burst 1
"When i was looking at my beloved built-in specially curated bookshelves buried gucci. Behind you for the last episode. I saw some really great titles. That i had forgotten about i know ride. I did the same thing. We have some good books on our shelves. You know. I do love it when i find a title. That really speaks to me It's it's not all over the top selling lists with millions of months waiting for you can get it from the
A Global Selloff to Kick off Disrupt Week
"A hello. This is alex of course happy monday. Hope you're doing. Well hope he had a good weekend and that all things are gucci where you are. I'm scared because the markets are in freefall. This morning it is an absolute mess out there. We have the dow jones industrial average off six hundred twenty points in market trading or two point eight percent that in case. You're not sure is lot yes. It is the nasdaq is off two hundred and eighteen points or one point four percent. This morning again. Pre-market trading numbers. So we're kind of looking ahead to what the. Us markets will
"gucci" Discussed on Gucci Podcast
"One of my best friends A notting hill carnival. Ed so you know it's it's very interesting to your kind of environment see place. You're familiar with presented in a different life. Because i used as a backdrop to kind of unexpected activity. Especially now when you know when not really going out with not seeing you know. I'm not sure nostalgie for my own city. Maybe a little bit like that. But gary what about garrett's how do you feel about gareth's film. I again for me. Gareth connects in with with this exploration of kind of virtual worlds. The other thing that super interested with with garrett's film which you might not get. If you've not seen him eights handmaid's it's he's using himself as kind of all of his models in different kind of using his close to kind of transform himself so presenting shopping. All of these kind of different guises which is interesting because again you kind of connects with with fashion being able to transform yourself. The idea that you know. You'll know i was gonna say you heard a woman you're within but that's about mad so you know but it's it's much more interesting. I think you know and certainly i feel winning. Have used passionate a great deal to transform themselves over the past few centuries this whole idea that you reinvent yourself. I play different clothes on. I think now actually men men's where is becoming much freer. I'm manno exactly and that's very much what beauties about as well this identity you know you can. There's a lot more freedom address the used to be even kind of ten fifteen years ago and that you can kind of transport on your own is not even other people's perception of you it's your own conceptions of yourself you put on something. You can kind of transform yourself for the day. And that's the exciting. I think that's you know for me. That's kind of wore. A big part of his film was out. Was this idea of being able to reinvent yourself as different characters in. You could be the hero. Will you could be the vaillant allowing being the villain as another..
"gucci" Discussed on Gucci Podcast
"Of the time who you poeple to be on. Instagram is who you ready. Are you know you you yourself your time. They'll use really beautiful lighting and you touch your face. Not necessarily brian by me. I gave us deal. You know so. I think there's something really interesting especially at this moment. When so many people kind of trapped inside and i read i am genuinely fascinated the second life and i read this thing that says second life. It has kind of run out of virtual land because so many people into it at this moment. So they've run out of kind of bandwidth to to make new land people. And and so. I find it very interesting. This i was locked. White heedless going surging going into these virtual worlds that they can kind of explore in different ways and you go out sense in those three designers films and then has so as well this this idea of it slightly being you know sort of fantasy a little bit dark sometimes aggressive. Which is it's almost like the fancy well becomes like the the real world and you go in barani vigorous. I was gonna talk about that. Yeah and you're like yeah. With jeremy and finding the opening is very cinema. Cinematic you know the whole the whole opening movies of soundscape but one thing that stood out for me. Murakami's on film was kind of like the search for the not just sits film and other designers to but few people are with idea of light finding a hero or or you know. It's it's someone you can put up with or someone i mean personally i love being a villain. That's my reputation on but there's this sense does this kind of like hunger or interest in in in heroism. For some reason. I think at the moment. It's it's a weird time. It's a weird time doing anything you know. People are looking to escape and you are looking. You know people are looking for a magic antidote to this thing that's going on. It is a little bit kind of fairy tale role. Look out tower of the prince to come rescue us so we just kind of fit with with that time and as well..
"gucci" Discussed on Gucci Podcast
"The works of fifteen independent designers proudly supported by the house. This episode is a recording of a conversation between digital creator. Brian boy and fashion journalist author and critic alexander fury which took place on gucci's instagram. Lie as they shed their thoughts on the fashion films of these talented emerging designers selected by creative director alexandra michaela to showcase their collections. Everybody my name is brian boy. And i'm here in sweden and we are in my friend. Alexander fury who. I personally clyde. He's my personal fashion oracle. He's the men's fashion critic of financial times and another magazine. Another magazine all right. I think you know. I mean just finished watching gucci fast. Which is a week long. Film festival I really really loved it. The featured fifteen emerging designers. That's what we're going to be talking about today yet. So why do you feel about. How do you feel about gucci presenting or working with these emerging designers in a different format. I mean i thought it was interesting when obviously a lot of people on able to stage fashion shows and when backing may alexandra maekelae said that gucci would no longer be participating in fasching weeks as they're happening that he kind of wins out and made his own fashion week in a way. It's amazing that a company like gucci house. The has the kind of power to do that. But it's also. I think really incredible that gucci giving opportunities to young designers as well. It's not just about gucci kind of enriching their own brand. It's also about kind of helping the designers. It's it's really kind of altruistic is a real kind of sense of gucci. Wants to give back to the fashion community. Which i think he's really great. And the other thing that i love about fasching weights is that you have designers showing next to all the designers and you kind of compatible and i think not what you kind of end up doing with these young designers as well you kind of end up comparing them you know next to each other. I mean i. It's quite genius. Actually in a way that you know with all of these emerging designers if they were to show during a regular fashion week like. I'm sure what your schedule at my schedule with me. Personally i wouldn't have the chance to see all of them whether they're presenting through a presentation or a show because we all have a checklist of which brands needs to go to which advertisers reading to go to say a way for me to even see all these designers..
"gucci" Discussed on Gucci Podcast
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"gucci" Discussed on Gucci Podcast
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"gucci" Discussed on Gucci Podcast
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"gucci" Discussed on Gucci Podcast
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"gucci" Discussed on Gucci Podcast
"That translate each season's fashion and to advertise statements that communicated poetic civilization of contemporary beauty and desire define the traditional promotional role of the medium. The videos billboards installations brass or publications and social media. Have enriched in complicated language of the body as it relates to the embodiment style. It seems that the advertisement under mckay as creative control is the exploration of dress as performance of the self vital in the representation of fashionable self image. The show notes for michaela's debut season where he showed do cheese fall winter. Two thousand fifteen womenswear collection mentioned the italian philosopher giorgio again ben and his reflections on what it means to be contemporary. Neither consigning possessive one's time nor adapting to its demands the disconnection between the times history future. Now that gambon says dean. Contemporary causes is embraced in michaela's first advertisements created with the fashion photographer filmmaker lynn lodge for the video and photographs that establish the mood of the fall winter. Two thousand fifteen line communicated is connection as transition the models mellon female are in motion conveying genderless vision of dress in garments constructive from the same pallets patterns in woven textiles. They move in florals so placebo. Blouses and for accented coats through the city towards the sea the advert represent the beginning of the designers exploration of anesthetic world. That is respectful of gucci's established traditions. At the time. Kelly had said i love the idea. That address hasn't memory which is to say the past is the present. He has marshall. The past to redefine notions of identity as it is expressed through his fasching of a new kind of contemporary romanticism. That is both playfully. Progressive in fantastically maximus. The lipstick ad relaunched italian houses cosmetic range. Could you beauty directed by artist sean. The jesse with frittered direction by michaela has an eighty fill and uses the color of the lipstick red as a metaphor for mood a new attitude a brightness it shows a group of women including danny miller from the band so forth applying red lipstick as entice. The camera with affirmations be bold. Be bright beautiful. The spots which featured dental diversity is a break from the conventions of appearance and asset station of what is natural and normal a redefinition of what can be a source of beauty mckell beauty ads have sought to link past and present showing the evolution of appearance in a range of ways including how portraiture has played in in doing role and how beauty is value undocumented to reintroduce youtube beauties instagram account. The house commissioned a series of our critics to explore the ways in which a diverse group of painters have shaped beauty ideals throughout our history. The curators group of paintings published today account. Where images that subtly denounced. Current demo day conservatism. That used his dress in makeup to separate the sexism police fantasies. About what makes someone mask on fem. The house under michaela is interested in what lay of the moral heart of fashion. How it might be applied to these times speaking about what's right through dress. Painting such as francesco franchise for rico gonzaga fifteen ten established at throughout time men and women mostly dressed would accessorize flare. The portrait is of michaela is ability as son chose frenzy as trademark affinity for lush coloring and flattering round figuration bearing a light smile in rosy streaks the young boy who seen in a golden bird a tire as if he was to attend a thera- gucci party is depicted with a softness is the representation were gucci has become with michaela's creative direction fluid. It is as if mckay's advertisements of freedom beyond mention our comment on how fashion itself can be a possible utopia pre fall. Two thousand seventeen campaign is also an excellent illustration mckay's desire to exceed the expectations of typical fashion adverts by tiny images both moving and still lineage of pictures of maximum expression of identity. The glenn lich lipford. Ads are owed sixties era northern soul. A black british music movement inspired by detroit's motown an all black cast of models and dancers are seen partying in the seasons dress of littering dandyism channeling. Enjoy the livre or escapism. Seen at house parties of working class black immigration in will scenario britain also president is the sex positive by the nineteen sixties seventies. A time where anything seemed possible in part because everything seemed to be happening the images also channel another history. Post independence africa. They are constant with a vernacular and dream like black and white portraits of the milan photographer. Maliki said obey who pictured what independent of or looked like in nineteen sixties and seventies. Bamako they also allude to sit a base happy club. Nineteen sixty three of a couple of moving to a beat barefoot. What it meant to be photographed at that time for black sitters. The fact that a photograph wasn't informal. Temporal a thing that just happened casually. In the day when people went by city-based studio maleek they want it to be seen to be acknowledged to perform an ideal sense of self. A person hood like mckelway. They wanted to make a picture in writing to make a picture. I really wanted to capture. Really sort of the last six years of what gucci has become. It's become fluid is become you know genderless. It really has re established a moods. That perfectly captures. You know sort of where we are culturally and politically you know. I remember sort of seen some of these early advertisements and thinking about like how they were really sort of reflective of the moods and the politics and the conversations that on me and my friends were having you know particularly sort of around Music art and fashion for the relaunch aguigi beauty I was happy to contribute a few of the captions or the instagram posts that sort of communicated the dawn of the new era and i was really excited that the house was you know thinking about those expertise that sometimes lies outside a fashion like you our criticism to release it of contextualized notions like beauty and desire and identity and being. I think it's always exciting when Fashion reaches you know outside of itself to sort of think about the culture and think about what the clothes are doing in that culture right. What does it mean to embody dress. What is it means to sort of wear blouses and really sort of have this feeling of empowerment. Know that close give you and so i was just trying to sort of capture. Some of the other thing that i was trying to sort of capture is that advertising is a way in which we make pitchers in our society and we put them on billboards. We put them in on tv and we put them now on social media in those images have a profound fact on the ways in which we come to sort of think about ourselves and think about sort of beauty and think about sort of on and think about our culture and so to sort of use that medium advertising as a way to sort of really thoughtfully engage with those notions on has been just incredibly amazing to see from gucci from kalay. Because you know. I i do think advertising is incredibly important medium for you know how we think about representation and how we think about sort of self empowerment and how we think about independence and so to use advertise in an opportunity to advertising. It's just brilliant. This has been antoine sergeant on gucci..
Unpacking Fashions Role in Slowing Global Warming
"Week. The united nations intergovernmental panel on climate change released a new report from the world's top climate scientists warning that global temperatures will rise one point five degrees celsius by twenty forty and underscoring that human influences unequivocally responsible for global warming since the late nineteenth century. The fashion industry's greenhouse gas. Emissions are estimated to be between four and ten percent of the global total on this week's peo- of podcast deputy editor. Brian baskin is joined by. Michael szadkowski mrs stain ability advisor and former vice president of sustainability at nike. Leyla petrie chief. Executive of sustainability consultancy twenty fifty and hannah pang head of marketing an advocacy and sustainability consultancy for tara to unpack fashions role in slowing global warming. Here's michael cichowski. Leyla petrie and hannah pang inside passion michael. I'd like to start with you and get a little bit meta. Why is this fashion problem solve. I mean let's say i'm nike or gucci. You look around. And i say i sell clothes. Not making cars not operating a coal fire our plant. Why do i need to be thinking about the surgeon. You sure Thank you brian so I think it's important to note that It's humanities problem solve and fashion as one sector on that needs to be carbonized. Serve regardless of what Sector you find yourself in. We know that we have to reduce emissions vary significantly between now and twenty thirty and then on the way to twenty fifty and so Roughly reducing emissions by half by twenty thirty And and that's by twenty fifty There are a number of estimates of fashions greenhouse gas look rinse We can talk about this in a bit more detail. The data is not ideal But we do know that fashion does have a significant carbon footprint and as with other sectors much reduced that and so You know we know the effects and we. We know the predictions of where we're going if we keep on their business as usual trajectory And so fashion because of because of its impacts and also because it seeing the impacts of climate already happening in the supply chain in particular in places where the impacts of climate are being are happening We know that it's critical. Issue the sector to address. Thank you and love to get into the data question in a little bit on this more than any issue. We're talking about today. Hear a lot about the need for collective action for the industry to work together and you've been involved in. Some of the industry's biggest efforts on front in to tell us how that's going. I how much progress has been made in. Also why some necessary for brands you think of this as an industry problems New problems grand. I mean i think fundamentally this is a problem which no individual company consult when his i you know we have all sorts of invading intractable issues around infrastructure around incentives around policy. No-one acting really occurred within that system without being affected by it so all these brands have supply chains. Good three targets that are also dependent on And really what we realized. Is that everybody in this. Sector is co dependent on each other other actors like policy makers is to
Discover What Elif Gokcigdem Is Doing to Bring Museums Online.
"Hi my name is eighty gucci them. I absolutely love working in empathy building through museums. Lie most fantastic job work. Experience was meeting the delilah. And the topic i can talk for hours about is empathy building and oneness and i stay connected to people by heart. What is empathy. And why does it matter empathy. It's dictionary description is our ability to be able to connect with another at an emotional level feeling like another or being in another shoes. Understand empathy is a way of understanding myself my own thoughts emotions and biases so that i can recognize them in the others around me and then expand by a circle of concern to others who do not look like me and may not leave in the same things that i do including the humanity but environment though sounds to me. It would be a key ingredient to self-awareness. Exactly right. it's all about knowing oneself. Tell me about your organization that you're putting together or how founded that is all about empathy. Where did you get this idea. And what was your into sounds like there was something that personally changed your viewpoint to where this is what you wanted to do it stride. I had a life experience. I had a transcendent experience. That changed the way. I see the world and the more i thought about that. Experience trying to articulate. Actually what happened. Wanted me out to direction of empathy are essential or fundamental ability to feel like another. That's sort of made me realize that each living non living. According to most traditions things such as mountains are trees or rivers including humans and other animals and plants and atoms and everything else that exists in the universe has availed existing unveil experiencing the universe in their own particular ways.
"gucci" Discussed on Gucci Podcast
"Over time. It's interesting isn't it. it's it's subverting. The familiarity of of what we think object represents by beacon text relying it throughout a period of time in design. Exactly natan another fascinating thing. I was watching one of your many interesting online lectures. I can't remember which one it was. where it was. But you said this thing. I thought was really interesting. Encountering chew it's if you consider walked a lot of houses today seem to be shaping the conversation that happens on the marketing end of fashion. You said authenticity is a maira in the context of authenticity becoming a marketable brand value. I think that authenticity. I i it depends what you feel anticipate really is but there was a move intensity inherent in in this geography. Because you go then was. Tracing connections like never understood because ivany really covered good. She from fashion show perspective for ten years but then i could see relationships that went back fifty sixty years that were completely consistent with the expression of the house now and i thought that was really interesting thing to to be able to be laid out visually. Yes of course. I was being deliberately provocative when i sent that authenticity is the camera You know kind of fantastic beasts that doesn't really exist we chase after authenticity. Because we feel that it's very important and yet it sort of receives in front of us yet. We want an authentic experience of a true culture and yet everything is changing and modernizing constantly. Were never really finding that true thing and yet we can tell instinctively when something seems inauthentic therefore we know that there is an ideal of authenticity that we can move towards. And i do think that these archive the company like gucci which has existed for a century. The archive is really important because it helps keep alive. A tangible cultural heritage. That can help it move into the future whilst drawing on its own real past that is not about nostalgia for the past. It's about making that past. Come alive again in the presence and in the future absolutely a nusa if you ignore history you you're depriving yourself a fantastic starting point for the president in the future because you can. You can learn so much from examining the incredible handiwork. That have come before. Of course i mean. I'm a historian. So i know that a lot of people go history the h. word how boring but the point is is not just about the past. It totally informed everything that we do today and everything will do in the future. There is increasingly uninvited smolder modern trend. And i'm always interested in the idea. That modernity is a concept. That's been around since. I think it was bowed ally in the nineteenth century and a is related to the word la mode obviously and oblivion using modern. I mean the latest thing for over a century which is somehow intrinsically contradictory. It's like it's like modality itself needs to needs to be rebranded refreshed as the word. I failed but i'm you use said to me Earlier the archive is memory. And i think it's very interesting when you think about history. How much is presented. His new is in fact. Really more of a reiteration yes well not the archive really is the kind of memory palace. It's collect things from pass because things change over time and our relationship with time so mysterious and fascinating. A philosopher voltaire. Benjamin talked about how fashioned makes tiger's leap into the past. And i couldn't help thinking of this as i worked on the gucci archive particularly with all the on amalia themes the tigers and other animals. That asandra works with fashion. Does constantly look back into the past. Rip something from past into the present into now time. Ms one of the exciting things about working in an archive. Something that that was from fifty years ago will suddenly look immediately. New will look you look at it with new eyes go. Oh yes that. That's so relevant to this moment. Now it's a very exciting and somewhat mysterious process. Yes it's It's a very elusive equation. to understand. isn't it. It's as if the the clothes on the pieces of the tax. They have no meaning without context which shaped by time. Circumstance history social defies. And this is. This is the area where the designers operate because they have to sort of have an affinity for this this. This is relationship a deal. And i think allesandro isn't designer. Who's really understand. The the mystery inherent in objects i mean. He is himself a collector of different kinds of objects. And he knows that you can have this sort of psychic connection with an object from the past sort of object true they as they surreal thought of them. Would you say about a psychic connection to an object very interesting. it's as if almost objects pieces of fashion which we see as ephemeral. sometimes we ignore the They probably will outlive off. As as objects that can be used in that we will we will define degrade but they can live on forever. The archive certainly puts a different spin. The lifespan of fashion. You're right. We think of fashion as being completely ephemeral every season new fashion collections. New fashion yet wants something enters into an archive the ideas to preserve it. So that it will last you know however long way around on the planet the ideas that would last for centuries amend it becomes a little piece of history and yet something that again can spring into life when you put it on display. It's kind of reminder of how the past moment can hit the present moment the original wear if there was one Experienced the object in one way but a viewer who sees later will experience it in a completely different way but both of them will have some kind of psychic connection to the object and this is what gives potentially functioning the longevity. The more recent difficult is practices have rather denied it. Because it's actually beautiful to think of may be a grandfather having jacket on a granddaughter. The wearing the jacket two generations down the line in a completely different way absolutely and of course they would without even trying to the circumstances around them would have changed. It's like herodotus. You the only the only thing that doesn't change is that changes is a constant. You can't step in the same river twice.
"gucci" Discussed on Gucci Podcast
"And for this. My name is luke leach. Fashion journalist vogue one way very recently. I was in florence. I was fortunate enough to be invited to see the gucci archive which has just been opened off several years of development. It was an incredible space in an incredible place. And i was very lucky to see it. I'm even more fortunate today to be able to join up with valerie steele. He worked with anna. Sandra michaela to cut your rate into shape the archive as director and chief curator of the museum at the fashion institute of technology in new york. She's one of the world's leading authorities on fashioned studies and also a very hands on curates oriole shape or fashion displays. We got together to speak specifically about the function of this gucci archive. But also speak more broadly about what an archive dazs. How it triggers the memory and how it can also your perception of something that you might think is ephemeral but which can in fact be eternal. Hello valerie thank you so much for joining us now. It's lovely to be here. So it's clear that gucci's take an enormous cats deserve its archive. You've been working without asandra. I think for quite some time on q. Racing in contextualising the space and selecting the manner in which the pieces of displayed. Archiving is your expertise on relates to fashion. But is it only a product professional where people archiving close before people have been collecting and archiving close. For centuries illustrious people kept examples of fair ancestors closed artists collected clothing to use for their models and pictures of madam tucson of wax museum fame collective the garments of famous and infamous people as so that she would add elementary reality to her wax figures. One of my favorite examples of the idea of a fashion archive is from the middle of the eighteenth century with a famous newspaper. The spectator when person road in suggesting that just as libraries collected books and cabinets collected medals and other curiosities. Perhaps someone should start a museum or archive or cabinet for fashions and fashions of the past would be displayed on little mannequins on shelves behind doors. Everyone who invented a new fashion would be asked to bring it in and it will be put on display and my favorite part was that some old bo- who had spent all of his money on fashioned would be hired to be the curator of this archive and the building. Who makes the archive would be. Housed would be shaped like a sphinx indicating the mystery and intrigue behind fasha so that that fashion archive or fashion museum was obviously imaginary but subsequently many many people on institutions have been collecting and sometimes displaying fashions in the history of fashion. The old beaus position at these spectator imaginary arklow sounds like my dream job. I have to say so. That's a little bit of context What about the process when when you're working on a project whether the museum in new york will in this case for good she or perhaps for an exhibition that's traveling on. You'll combining archive archived pieces raising them in display. What is some of the techniques you employ to transmit the meaning that you see in the garments to the audience or the visitor. It's a very interesting process because there's no meaning inherent in the garment meaning is constructed and it's constantly reconstructed over time I think the people tend to think that archives are sort of like a dusty attic where things accumulate but on the contrary Archives are dynamic system of knowledge production and inspiration so archives involve collecting objects and also. Categorizing them so you can show how they've changed over time and how things from. The past often will reemerge. When you're putting together an archive you try to collect the most important things and then present them in ways that call attention to some of the key ideas that were involved both then and now. That's fascinating i would imagine. I was just thinking as he was saying that you were saying that you as important as you go through the process. But i imagine the process itself can change your perception of what importance is. That's exactly right and the whole process of looking through everything. You can begin to give you clues about how you might organize. Ms always gonna change. So it's very much a living system more like a computer than like an addict you're flipping through. How can you put different combinations of things together. So for example you know. The bamboo handle bag. That meant one thing. When it was first invented after world war two when italy was fairly impoverished and accompany gucci was looking. How could you make luxury products. But also incorporate materials like bamboo that were perhaps inexpensive and yet evocative. That was a brilliant idea because it was something that could continue to be and it's leaning would change over time it would cease to be kind of orientalist idea the way it was after world war two and would again become something. Much more about globalization in fashion absolutely and also interesting even if you consider that this singular designed detail in the whole language that good. She has within its archive. It's interesting to consider the bamboo handle and an how its meaning as you said earlier has changed and being transformed because it wasn't a way initially a emblematic of a sort of motor over opole paul fashion because of the limitations that the company more broadly faced at the time but now it's an emblem of of knock sri and also of the heritage of the house indeed and even at the beginning though gucci gucci and his family realized that it was a poor material and yet because of its illustrious heritage in the whole history of shinwari art it evokes fantasies of exoticism and of aristocratic luxury so it was something that one could really work with originally thought on a woman's handbag which had certain images of femininity and aristocratic woman. But now you see it on for example backpacks to on jewelry on all kinds of other other objects which indicate again the flexibility of concept and how it metamorphoses.
'House of Gucci' Trailer Reveals First Footage of Lady Gaga as Patrizia Reggiani
"Their first look at Lady Gaga in the upcoming film House of Gucci. The official trailer was released on Thursday for the movie where Gaga plays Patrizio Gucci. Their name was, of course to Follows the story of the Gucci family and what led to Maurizio Gucci's murder. Adam Driver plays Maurizio. Meanwhile, Jared Leto and Al Pacino play other members of the Gucci family House of Gucci set to come out November.
Barbara Boxer Is Just as Obnoxious as You'd Expect Her to Be
"I've met barbara boxer and she's unpleasant and arrogant as as obnoxious as you think. She is. As this exchange she wants. When was this guy's do we remember was a number of years ago. She was holding a hearing. And this you wanna hear arrogance. This is barbara boxer. A few years ago has been delayed mammoth l. pr favorite. Could you say senator instead of ma'am just the thing. I worked so hard to get that title. So i'd appreciate it. Yes thank you you. Can you imagine browbeating. I think he was a member of the military. I think he was a you know. A high ranking member of the military testifying on capitol hill and. She's insulting insulted. Because he called her. Ma'am would you do me a favor. Commie senator. I met her and she is not a nice lady. Not at least two people. Who don't you know kiss her. You know what matter at the carnegie deli years ago in new york city sandy levin who used to be the the the major domo at the front door he always joked about marrying into the family carnegie deli sadly is no more man was that the greatest deli and she was in there one day and he thought. I just love it when people what you to. I wanna meet her welcome. You're want to meet. And he brought me over and she knew exactly what i did for a living and treated me like you would expect she would. I was like dust on under her under her gucci's or whatever she did not she did not care for may
Kate Hudson's Beauty Go-Tos
"Speaking of things people get incorrect about you. I was like googling around about like beauty products that use. You have a google index question. You know when it fills in the question for you. Does kate. hudson wear makeup. It google comes up with the most specific answer. I have ever seen so i need to fact. Check this with yells funny. Psi was not asking. Kate hudson wear makeup. I was just like you know doing renault make right now. I have now stitch on. No google is sure. The kate wears vital skin foundation in three and four on the first of all that's gucci westman product. They don't even say gucci westman snake. But i have to ask. Is that true. Do you wear makeup. An are you fastenings. I have pre probably an interview. Versatile gucci's makeup is the best okay. So that they're not. They're not not not not wrong now. they're not wrong. It's all just okay. So that is in your lineup. It's in my lineup. By the way a lot of products are. And i do like three. And i sometimes use for. It's little dark. that's a little dark me. I'm more of a three But my another makeup artist. That i use all the time is monica blunders. She made some really beautiful clean. Conceal irs and you can add. Ws them it's like blunder. Wear i cannot with lists them. have you used it. i got to use it. They're they're works were ray to does she do. Your makeup yeah. Monica does my makeup. Sometimes i have a couple of my life goto favorite. Is melanie french. You know the amazing makeup artists. There's monica deb. For rula i work with a lot And and gucci. I work with And quinn by quin murphy. In new york is great. Yeah yeah so. What about care. What's in the skincare rotation these days for a non creature of habit. I love Again i don't. I don't subscribe to anything. I went back to old interviews. I've done with you and it went from everything for like as tech clay. You know the like internet favorite math as that was like a long time ago to like lemaire of this woman does not discriminate. No no and i also think like i'm a i'm like big clean beauty person but i also know that a lot of products like for instance lemaire that a lot of time. Sometimes people say oh. There's so much fragrance or so much. This in it their product had efficacy of lemaire is out of control or do you still use the. Oh yeah. I mean. I when i'm an aspen and i had that kind of dry of oh. Yeah i need the lamar like the lemaire changes the way my skin holds moisture in. Dry climates like that. It's like really
"gucci" Discussed on Gucci Podcast
"I don't even care about close. What i love is photography. So that was the next big love. And i even wanted to try to study photography as But i had really bad experiences with the school. I attended at that time i was there and i felt that i have no talents. I'm good in anything. what should i do. I was so late One of my friends just turned me asked like sf violence to try me up. And i was like okay. I i can try that. This is how i went to make up school. So it's pretty amazing that it was kind of cool incidence and did you learn did you learn how to professionally. Put on makeup or did you. Were you self told. Now i went to two different makeup schools as well and i was pretty lucky with the first one because i think i'm only interested in makeup today because i had a really good teacher but i went to the school. It just clicked in in the minutes so it was. It was perfect. And i was so happy because all my life i was searching for the one hidden talents. I have and make up was it. I guess you must be timely. Grateful to that friend. Who suggested it one of the other things that you have previously said which i found interesting was that you felt bt imperfection overrated and you're going against society's obsession with utm news annual instagram account and brand now. Makeup brutalism is exactly this. It pays homage. I guess what you yourself have called ugly aesthetics any challenges society standard of beauty so in industry where even the most successful makeup still uphold an even perpetuates societies very narrow ideals of beauty. I'm wondering how you were able to feel confident enough to shape your own narrative and aesthetic when it seems so different to what everyone else is doing and is being celebrated for and you know and they're being a commercial success for it so yeah about makeup marty street. The thing is that it is may be a little bit controversial right now to say that but makeup artists are like providing services. You are a team player. You're making compromises as a makeup artist. Who are not there to have an opinion or to judge anything so for me to be totally alone in the decision making guy needed my own project and this was maker brutalism because here. I like the model. The photo rougher the creative director makeup artists. Everyone so it's like hundred percent my vision and i really love to keep it that way because if there's another person in that project is much us yours and i need any in makeup realism that i needed to be mine. The i it sounds selfish. I know it sounds pretty selfish. Makeup realism is an art project for me. It's about me. Even if south is is true. So i guess this is why why it works so much because i don't need to make compromises with anyone else just with.
Angelina Jolie Spotted Leaving Ex Jonny Lee Miller's Home
"About. Being spotted on wanting to spotted angelina jolie is here in new york and she's been spotted everywhere from buying a hot dog to also been spotted at her. Yes rob shooter route. Just talking about this and Like celebrities choose to be spotted. You're telling me angelina. Jolie wanted to get a dirty dog on the street corner of new york city. Because she was hungry. Let's be honest. How no angelina is a master. Absolute master of working the press. The little giveaway always in full hair makeup so when you start celebrity looking flawless a designer clothes if they're wearing a five thousand dollar gucci dress in central park at eight in the morning and they're getting a hot dog a photographer that's probably stage so she went to johnny lee milas apartment in new york city. She arrived there with a pricey bottle of wine. She three hours later lewis. These met back in nineteen ninety-five on the movie hackers. They were married a year. Later and angelina said getting divorced from him was one of the most silly silly things that she ever did the dumbest thing she ever did. She said all they back together or is angelina. Planers
Indians Rally in 9th, Top Mariners on Throwing Error in 10th
"Cesar Hernandez scored on a throwing error by pitcher Paul Sewald in the tenth inning completing the Indians rally for a five four victory over the mariners Hernandez also homered in the eighth after Cleveland fell behind for nothing ready Rivera tied it with a two run double in the ninth the Indians rallied after you secure Gucci limited them to three singles over the first seven frames Hank Fraley hit a two run Homer in the third and Dylan Moore had a solo shot in the seventh for Seattle James grant Jack worked a perfect tenth to get the win I'm Dave Ferrie
Is It Legal for Employers to Mandate COVID-19 Vaccinations?
"Vaccinations are on the rise in the us and some employers are thinking about how and when to bring people back to work but what about those employees who won't get the vaccine. Can they be forced to do so. Npr's using gucci reports allies for health and wellbeing is an hiv clinic in pittsburgh many of its patients have weakened immune systems so the pandemic has been dangerous time then the covid vaccine became available and with it says human resources director. Marson the question of whether to require a vaccination among its staff of fifty. The clinic decided not to go. That far recurrently strongly recommend that all of our stuff e- vaccinated but that could shift marcin says allies board of directors is still considering an out and out vaccine requirement. He says the clinic is searching for the right balance between managing safety and fairness to workers the two issues public health and organizational culture on one hand. There's the risk of infection on the other. The clinic has moved away from an authoritarian workplace culture in recent years it emphasizes listening to an accommodating staff to the thou shalt vaccinate seem very contrary to the messages that we were building. Meanwhile marson says a larger clinic nearby took a different approach. They did mandate that. All of their employees have code vaccination and i did ask the head of the organization whether anybody had to be fired and he said two people were many experts agree. It's legal for employers to mandate vaccination especially in high risk environments like factories or hospitals but employers are still wrestling with whether to do so by law employers have obligations to keep the workplace safe and to not discriminate against workers. But it comes to mandating new vaccines. What does that mean in
A Masterclass on Leadership With Simon Sinek
"Are. Industry has on from a leadership. Standpoint often been driven by a culture of fear a culture of an. I listened to some of your podcast with marco. Bit sorry recently and you could really get the sense. Of the way marco was trying to shift the culture gucci. Removing all the frames of all of the you know the legacy celebrity black and white photos and really trying to give signals that there is a change coming but not every leader in industry is like margot there are you know. This has traditionally been an industry where people are driven and motivated for fear of failing or for fear of disappointing elite. Or for you know how do how do we as an industry. Or how do we as leaders shift from a culture fear to one. That's coming for more of a a real sense of progress. Well the answer may surprise simple. It is but it's education it's it's you know we don't teach people how to lead when someone's junior in their job. We give them tons of training how to do their job. Some people even get degrees. Whatever that thing is so that they'll be good at their job and we let them shadow more experienced people. You know so. That'll be good at their job. And we give the mentors and all of this training so that they'll be good at their job and if they're really good at their job will promote them and eventually we promote them to a position where they're now responsible responsible for the people who do the job they used to do but we don't teach them how to do that and so we just expect people to know how to lead because they're good at the job that they no longer do which doesn't even make sense and in the case of marco because you brought him up marco's a student of leadership in a senior as he is an accomplished as he is. He reads books about the subject. He articles about the subject talks about the subject. He's a student of leadership. He's constantly trying to improve his own ability to lead and the result is heat learned leadership so he's a very effective and good leader and in the fashion industry in particular. Especially when you're talking about creative minds If we go down that road you have somebody who may have a creativity and they find themselves in a position of leadership through choice of their own. It's because they're the creative genius. We call
Gucci "Hacked" Balenciaga for New Aria Collection
"Collaborated with balenciaga. On a new collection or did it. Did it really collaborate. This about gucci's most recent runway show called aria. It was billed as a collaboration between the two fashion houses. But instead gucci's creative director allesandro michelle hacked balenciaga's designs. The best description of what happened came from fashion east asia which said the hacking meant taking balenciaga designs and throwing it in a blender with gucci signature looks. It was a mix. I agree with that. It's a little hard to describe. Because it's not inspired by balenciaga. It's more than that and they did. Steal from balenciaga because both fashioned houses in on this. They both like this was going to happen. Michelle said about the collection quote in any great saga. No one knows what is real and what is not deep thoughts. Remember too that. These fashion houses are owned by the same pair company. They're both are owned by caring. So i want to describe a little bit about what came down the runway again. This was a gucci show. Where the designs have balenciaga elements including balenciaga leading boots but covered in gucci logo. There are some balenciaga florals. But what the name gucci a classic gucci jackie bag but printed with the word balenciaga gucci. Kind of took elements and silhouettes and mashed up g. q. Wrote about it quote. It was indeed less a collaboration than a mind. Fuck and the best possible way. I also agree with that. Statement the response to the show is really mixed some analysts. Some fashion people loved it. Some people hated it. G q was like this show is what people are going to be talking about for ages. And tyler mccall over at fashion. East said yeah. This is gonna be fun for instagram. But it's going to end up on the real real after a couple of wears
Apple Expands Apple Arcade With Classic App Store Games
"Apple added thirty new titles to apple arcade including fantasia from final fantasy creator. Here nobutaka gucci. Well as new versions of nba two k. The oregon trail and world of demons apple arcade now includes two new categories as well timeless classics and store greats. Now totals catalogue size of more than one. Hundred eighty
Customs Agents At Chicago O’Hare International Airport Seize Hundreds Of Phony Luxury Items
"And hundreds of phony luxury items discovered by customs agents at O'Hare Airport yesterday, there were more than 400 bogus bags, sunglasses and wallets, replicating high end products like Chanel bags to your purses and even face Max from Louisville Town and Gucci. Value for real versions of all the items will be over. $600,000 Custom said the bundle was being shipped from Thailand to a home in Kansas and the name of the shipper was the same as that of the
Kentucky's 'Cocaine Bear' reportedly will be subject of Universal Pictures movie with Elizabeth Banks
"There's a movie coming out called Cocaine Bear. And if the title sounds bizarre, it's nothing compared to what the story is actually about. So you might know who Elizabeth Banks is. She was in the hunger games, and she's been in a bunch of other movies, too. She is directing this movie called Cocaine Bear. Now, if you heard of a movie called Cooking there, you probably think it's on SciFi Channel alongside shark, NATO or movies like that Cocaine bear is actually a true story. It's a thriller based on back in 1985, a drug smuggler named Andrew Thornton. Dropped a duffel bag filled with £70 of Coke from his plane over Georgia on the way back from a drug run to Colombia. So he went down. Got the drugs. He's flying back. He found out that this plane was flying too heavy, so he had to push the cocaine off the flight. And when he did it landed in the woods. And I guess ah Bear found it much and ate the cocaine. No and died. Oh, no, but it's even weirder. So he was a former narcotics cop who started smuggling so he went to the dark side and the run that is in the movie is took place on September 11th Weird 1985. He dropped because it was too heavy for the plane. Some time after the Georgia dump. This guy tried to jump out of the plane as well. But as he was trying to jump out of the plane, he got caught in his parachute and fell like a stone landing in some guy's driveway and Knoxville, Tennessee. He died on impact. The plane crashed 60 miles away in North Carolina when his body was discovered he was wearing a bulletproof vest. Gucci loafers, night vision goggles. He had 15 million worth of Coke, 4500 and cash, gold, Krugerrands knives and two pistols. Wow. Holy crap. The body of the Bear was discovered three months later, along with 40 open plastic containers and cocaine residue. They think the bear ate the cocaine. And there's the end of the bear. And that's your
Spacewalkers continue station power upgrade
"Conducted a pair of spacewalks outside the international space station during the week on february. Twenty eighth hour. Kate rubens and victor glover completed a seven hour. Four minute spacewalk. To begin installing modification kits needed for solar array upgrades. Later this year once installed the new solar arrays will increase the station's total available power. Five days later rubens and japan's so each gucci ventured outside to complete the installation up the modification kits and to tackle additional work including the venting of ammonia from the station's thermal controls it
How Harpers Bazaar follows digital trends to retain its authority in fashion
"So much. Bring on podcast nikki. Thank you for having me. So you've been at harper's bazaar now for what was it like three or four months. It's a it's a new role for you right. this is a new york. But you've come from other notable fashion and lifestyle publications before so you're this is a strong suit for you. This isn't like a new kind of area but how was it starting a new strategic leadership role during a pandemic when the world's remote yet it's i mean starting a sort of new role i think whether you're in leadership or you know just starting your job is weird when it's remote you have to think about how you're going to get to know the team how you're going to deliver feedback. How you're gonna energize. They seem to want to continue working during these like quote unquote crazy times. So it's on. It's tricky but i think it was really great for me to come back to a place like harper's bazaar where i knew a lot of the team already And just sort of hit the ground at the ground running. I think what's particularly interesting about your position and what your colleagues are are looking to do is Harper's bazaar is a legacy fashion brand. It's been around for decades I think i have a coffee table book of lake the covers from the early nineteen hundreds of harper's bazaar it's beautiful but my point is it's a it's old publication Your task though with turning that into a modern digital brand for a younger audience what goes into that process. And how have you been able to do that. during a pandemic yeah. I think when we when i came on and joined late. Attorney coffin. samir. Nassar join the two of them in sort of figuring out what harper's bazaar harper's bazaar dot com gonna look like. We really wanted to go back to you know fashion first and really leaning into our luxury routes but we also have a lot of roots in the feature space so we wanna take back into that as well and so you see a story take for example. We just put a story up today with a profile of martha stewart. And so you see. Somebody like martha stewart. Who is a legacy in a number south but we dressed her in gucci and fear of god and so we wanna make those sort of juicy internet e profiles at people will love but really just speak to what we as a brand do so well and have done so well for well over one hundred years though in that example. I'm assuming that there's probably a lot of like maybe social media elements tied in to take a What would normally be maybe spread in magazine and make it come alive for a much. Larger audience Key talk about you. Know the role that social media on that platform how that's been playing in your editorial strategy and digital strategy. Yeah i mean for the martha stewart story in particular. That story was sort of bread from following martha herself on social media and so she posted over the summer. I believe she posted that amazing sort of like you know beautiful photo of her coming out of a pool and like giving a kiss of the camera and we were like. Oh god martha stewart's kinda major right now like she. Obviously everyone knows apple. What if we lake put her into a sexy little dress or we put her into this suit and put some congress seekers on her and so that story particularly started it was born out of social media and then we were able to blow it out in the pages of the magazine and then have beautiful imagery to put back on social media and so really just sort of trying to think three sixty and trying to really not It's not about A print story or digital story. It's really thinking about the brown. The brand holistically and so when we have a profile like martha you know. How are we going to blow it out on all of the
5 Top Advertising Trends to watch out for in 2021
"Of the world now that we've begun twenty twenty one. I thought i'd share with you. The five top advertising trends to watch out for in twenty twenty one. Do you want to stay on top of the latest advertising. Transfer this year. Do you want to know exactly how to keep your customers. Engaged whilst using innovative creative techniques and technology to promote your business and products. keep listening. I've got you covered boone. Today has looked into the crystal ball and pulled out all the necessary information that you need to note to be ahead of the game this year. So let's get started number. One user generated content. Ugc is way uses create and promote their own content for a brand on social media and it outperformed itself in twenty twenty fall beyond brand created content to be specific ads based on user generated content. Receive four times higher. Click through rates compared to average at as well as twenty eight percent higher engagement rate compared to standard company posts content is created by customers using filters that brands create on snapchat or instagram stories through tiktok videos or even to instagram orioles with the use of tagging and hashtags one of my favorite examples of a brand utilizing user generated content is by the iconic which made its mother's day campaign featuring images and footage of real mothers at home in lockdown struggling with home schooling crying children and so much more. What i love about this campaign is how it is not only unedited. Unfolded user generated content but that it is using this content to remind others. Today are not alone that there are so many people going through the same struggles as they do each day. User generated content is predicted to only saw in twenty twenty one with the use of tiktok. Instagram rails live stories are more. There are so many options for influences to create attention grabbing content. That is relatable fun to watch and so incredibly convincing it has water mouth marketing in a virtual space where word spreads faster than in the real world after all nothing says trust like content created by someone. You completely relate to an empathize with on social media number two in game advertising last march nintendo released animal crossing new horizons and it sold more than thirteen point. Four one million copies in just six weeks if you onshore. Why so many were sold. Some external research about now is advised if you are up to date as you or your son daughter niece nephew cousin parent or even dog plays this game. Twenty four hours a day. Then you can understand the hype about this game now. What is even more fascinating about. This game is what some browns have done by partnering with animal crossing for example marc jacobs release their own virtual collection online allowing users to dress avatar in the luxury clothes of the brand off so they entered a unique code. Only six of their favourite pieces were presented as they are a luxury designer brand off audible but one brown took this partnership to a whole new level. The branded gem oh in france in partnership with the agency caused beef decided that as physical shops are shocked. Why don't they opened a shop in a video game and that is exactly what they did. Their brand or ready to wear clothing was a hit in the animal. Crossing game as these types of clothes are exactly what people were buying obsessively during lockdown comfortable affordable and cozy. The video game was advertising in itself. And if you look on the blog of this article you will see the clothes referred directly to real pieces in real life role who wouldn't want a virtual shopping experience in their favorite video game. If you check out the blog page you'll see some images of the close in real life transported directly to avatars in the video game. This type of advertising is predicted only to rise in twenty twenty one number three product placement. This is thought to be the oldest trick in the book but we predict that. This trend has only just begun from stranger things to suits right down to friends. They're sneaky ways that bronze managed to incorporate their products into popular tv shows and movies. While sixty eight percent of product. Placements lasts for five seconds or less product placement is the largest in foster scoring market in the us generating billions of dollars in revenue which will only grow in twenty twenty one. The next time you sit down to watch your favorite netflix. Show look out for the cleverly place logos of brands to catch your is subconsciously. This is a multibillion dollar market in the advertising industry and it will expand to new heights in two thousand and twenty one for example. If you check out the blog page you will see that in a snapshot from the show stranger things. The logo of burger king could not have been less subtly placed in the image however other times the product or logo is so subtly placed that you might not even notice it the first time round. This is a multi billion dollar market in the advertising industry and it will expand to new heights in twenty twenty one number four nostalgia marketing the world. We live in is not only fast paced but driven strongly by looking towards the future. I also don't need to remind you of the struggles that our planet went through last year from the loss of loved ones due to covid nineteen the loss of houses due to bush fires. The loss of black lives in a fight for equality and so much else. I also can't put into words. The pain that some of us have felt during this year therefore we believe that nostalgia marketing will be boosted to new heights in twenty twenty one studies have shown then style gives our lives a sense of meaning and continuity there by having a positive effect on on mental wellbeing. It brings us a sense of happiness amid chaos and reminds people happier and simpler time thereby encouraging you to buy the product to remind you of all the happy memories nyc pepsi gucci. A mountain jew are a few brands that adopted such a strategy of marketing. And they use this. During twenty twenty. Whilst the wild was trying to navigate itself through unpredictable and unprecedented times for example cheetos included nostalgia marketing in that twenty twenty super bowl advert by introducing cheetos popcorn the advert featured the nostalgic feeling of eating a bag of cheetos up finishing with bright orange fingers. This is something that so many people who are watching the super bowl could relate to as they remember being in the yummy and messy situation when they were younger. We can therefore expect to see some blasts from the past appearing soon on your screens as brands triton transport. You back to the past with some old time favorites. This type of marketing is certainly not new. But walk goes around certainly comes back around and it seems like twenty twenty is where people can use a boost of happiness and a sense of nostalgia number five brand activism purpose driven advertising. We saved the best to lost. Twenty twenty was a year of so many surprises and filled to the brim with certainty and fair for the future. When the world was at a low point many brands were seen taking a stance by voicing their support for those that are struggling. Reebok twitter nyc vocally showed their support for the black lives matter movement through their social media pages. Some brands went even further by inserting brand activism. Into that branding. An even products for example ben and jerry's created the on fudge off future campaign in which they teamed up with the climate council and to fifty dot org australia to encourage the australian government to ditch fossil fuels and use renewable energy. Instead they created a whole new flavor of non dairy ice cream and passing allies it to address the australian prime minister directly saying day. Scott morris make fossil fuels history and a portion of the proceeds from each ice cream was donated to three fifty australia. This was ben. And jerry's way to voice that concern about their is about climate change and to use their power to drive a campaign to pressure the government to invest into one hundred percent renewable energies brand activism. Is trent that will grow to new highs. This year more and more brands are standing up for what they believe. In and this is what makes brands authentic nowadays at noon today we have seen firsthand that campaigns driven by a pappas gain not only ten times more engagement on their platforms but it also shows that browns are committed to
"gucci" Discussed on Lured Up - A Pokémon GO Podcast
"Which was a little weird. Because there wasn't a lot of exciting shit happening in two ks. Besides wine not slow pokes kinda funky. We also had like. I said the double start us. Little pops little pup spotlight our ho- enraged over the weekend burn dr jenna. Sexist been here since yesterday. That's our current five-star raid boss. And it had its rate our earlier today. Plenty to unpack here adam. let's talk. Let's start with your thoughts on new year's new year's event. How did it go for you. Did you get any of the costume chinese. What was your game play like. I did not get any of the costume chinese. I played very little. It was a very stress free. time after. Saying this game stresses it will. I mean after going so hard for deadly bird it was like such a breath of fresh air to just kind of like put the game down in like. Yeah i opened it. And i did some chinese checks and i call it all the new year's Pokemon the choose the slow pokes. Anything was there. i definitely caught. Just you know. If i got one hundred percent or he got the shiny that would be really cool but nothing to report. No nothing exciting last week on the show. You're like you're gonna see you said you were going to maintain your deli bird pace into the new week. I guess that that that was that was really it was it was very short. Lived in fact i. I think i've played this game less in the past like four days or whatever that moment that break between like the whole new year's event basically i just didn't touch it and then you tweeted out about the spun pool like being like vanilla for twelve hours like yes ken. I really enjoy all my weeds and hoots. Look i was. I went after durant. That's that was what. I was hunting for those twelve hours. I think i only caught like four or five. Ooh what can get to it. When we get there but i just gotta shut shiny. Did you really what the fuck. I hope it's fucking cdot. What is it. it's it's a second one of something that just came out had just fucking spit it out. We're on the air. I caught a second shiny. God okay fuck you all right moving on. Did you watch any eggs over. The we had a bunch of two case. And i'll admit that i did use like i had a bunch of super incubators. That were one use. And i was just like you know what i i. Don't i don't care about these but that's the thing i wasn't playing like i didn't have it open. I wasn't like focused on it at all so it was like all right. I'm just putting all nine of these in here and we'll see what happens and i got one or two warm paul's with the the party hat. I did not get the peach you so that was kinda sad. Oh all right. Got to trade you okay. But wow wow yeah. I i ended up getting one hundred percent. Pika chew with the hat which was pretty bad's cool. I typically will will push pretty heavy to get the costume shiny. Like i really like going after those chases because their time limited. It's like sny viel. Yes he's boosted right..
"gucci" Discussed on Gucci Podcast
"Celebrating the launch of the newest ut beauty campaign starring lily gamma. Yeah yeah it's really exciting beautiful but so that makes name. Do you wanna talk to you about this. Because you're smart interested in your ideas about beauty because it it can be charged. Opic definitely and <hes>. I mean i think also be my age. I'm twenty five. I think we're living in a really strange time where we're constantly bombarded with images of beauty on some of which feel beautiful in some of which don't resonate as beauty to me at a. That's interesting do you find that with <unk>. Sir images of the moment or is it. Do you look at images of different eras. T feel that way that certain eros resonate more than others or do that right now you find it. Discordant that there's that feel a bit you don't yeah. I think the things that price speak to me less are some of the things that i feel. My generation particularly are kind of bartered. West in terms of what beautiful is meant to look like and as we now in house we've been talking about for the past few hours. Beauty really comes from within it. Does we also. We are told that we're told that when we're children but then everything that we see. Typically in advertising runs counter to the idea that comes from within him. And i think until very recently there was such a exclusionary aspect to what our societies considered beautiful that it was felt like it wasn't inviting to most people and i find what's really exciting about where this advertising <unk> is going at least in the last couple of years and certainly a gucci is truly more diversity more inclusive holistic sense of beauty. I think people are responding to that guys day. Seed they see people that look like them people that they know they they can see themselves after land. I think it's always. It's always dangerous territory when you're looking to the outside to understand what beauty is or to try and feel the beauty of yourself and i think what i do find that gucci which i don't find in many places this idea that specifically with makeup to and thinking about how you know what i like because i don't really wear that much makeup but what i do like about. Makeup is the more theatrical side of it. The more you know when makeup is used really as a way to express yourself and not hide yourself. Nice not to look like someone else to just play. I think gujie has a sense of humor. It's playful it's fun. It's not you know where this in this in this. In order for everyone to look the same. It's like everyone looks completely different. Yes which is a med tobacco completely. Different so much of for too long people. I think felt the need to could form to something and you certainly saw that with in cosmetic surgery but not in rather than embrace your quote unquote flaws. Because it's what differentiates you from from everyone not to commercialize flaws either and then make that a whole 'nother category of authenticity which is an awesome. It's about really just being able to be yourself and not feel that you need to be anyone other than yourself but also explorer who you are right now. Which doing is who you are. Five years ago or one year ago now is the kind of. I actually looked out beauty in the dictionary. I like to do this but this is from oxford dictionary. Since we're on for the first entry beauty is a combination of qualities such as shape color or form that pleases senses especially the site. That's completely subjective. Yeah that is like. That's a subjective sketches. Fantastic these that can mean anything to anyone. Yeah that it should. What bums me out is the second injury. Dc this a beautiful woman his co. i wonder who really families. She was considered a great beauty in her youth. At makes me want to throw the phone <unk>. Just so antiquated. It's not old fashioned in any kind of good way. It's i we one of my dear friends as in her early seventies and she's magnificent. But i feel like there are so many examples of men and women around us in however anyone identifies where if they feel that they can own their own space in their own space and obviously this has been a year of struggle for in the communication of people talking. About how historically so many heels don't feel right to own their own space. And certainly i think women have always known that you know in any minority groups women at the bottom of the heat in any in any any minority group. There have inequity all over the world and yet this sense of never never more than the present moment do i see so many images of beautiful women of all ages shapes sizes backgrounds who have been given permission to say yet version who have taken the taken their power and claim their power and given themselves permission to own their own space. When you see that happen it's radiant
"gucci" Discussed on Gucci Podcast
"Today with my guest will be looking back on what life and the fashion scene was like in new york city in the nineteen eighty s and discussing legendary black american designer woody smits he's brand winnie way is currently in exhibition dedicated to his work. And he's all kinds will stay up through february two thousand and twenty one. It's sponsored by good chee. And it's the cooper hewitt smithsonian design. Museum in new york exhibition is the first of its kind to celebrate his work would he. Smith was regarded at the time of his death in nineteen eighty seven during the eighth democ as one of the most successful black designers of his time. According to vogue dot com curious spent two decades winnie where the company was launched in nineteen. Seventy six at a closed. Its doors in. Nineteen ninety in a time spent shorter than a decade willie smith while he was still alive in designing for the brand managed to create designs which conquered the american market at the height of his success is closed <unk>. Edible in five hundred stores and was stopped by all the major department stores like macy's bloomingdale's was often the guest of daytime talk shows. But first and foremost would smith wasn't old american designer. He's closed appealed to every man and woman and have been described as being made for day but truly unique. Dna of weedy way was fueled by and calibration the strategy which is quite common now was unusual in the nineteen eighties in one thousand nine hundred three. Willie smith collaborated for a show in new york city with the father of video off nam june paik when the parents <unk>. Enough was -rupt fabric in nineteen eighty. Five by environmentalists autism. Crystal would design. The uniform of the team will king at the unveiling. Would he wear the company through. Its collaboration philosophy and approach is often credited a screeching the blueprint for what is called today streetwear. But he's closed when not inspired him or the bronx where hip hop as a musical genre was being invented instead would he face reality above fantasy in is designed approached and yada moderate price point. East stock could be better described sportswear sheet. Yoke fashioned in the eighties was a great time for black designers and from better katie. Who was the first black designers to show him peres in the first american designer to join <unk> with <unk> jill to release smith financial success. The industry was all seemed to have been quite supportive of its black talent
"gucci" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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"gucci" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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"gucci" Discussed on The Big 98
"Yeah. It's basic, okay? Like pumpkin spice latte or like a tattoo of a Chinese symbol. So. Okay. How about? Extra somebody's extra when they go above and beyond over the top. Okay. Good. Those to you know, how about Gucci? It's a purse, no. If something's Gucci like it's like, Dan Gucci. Hey, yeah. So it's like baller Morgan. Good. Yes. Yes. Like, what's good? That's it. Oh, yeah. What's that? I really like, oh is no. This is free people. Brand guys forever. Twenty one. Gucci. That means that's good. I can do that how about ratchet. Dinky? I wouldn't say, stinky. If someone's ratchet Morgan. Basically like noxious or like trashy? That's what it means. So okay. Like someone's like trashy there is a girl on the some. Well, I okay got it. What about if someone's thirsty attention? They want attention. Yeah. Some of these have been around for a bit. Some of these are brand new. I would never use Gucci. Some people are straight dehydrated. Okay. You're just making stuff up that'd be cool. Number two. Is there anything else that us that we need to know about? So we can say and hip at least a no no I mean Gucci and sipping the tier pretty big right now. What about snatch does that MSA that? Now, I haven't really heard snatched that much. I know what it means. I'm glad you did this segment because she said the two biggest ones I literally have never.