36 Burst results for "Gucci"
A highlight from Bitcoin Is ALWAYS Going To Do This
"There's no way that the market is not going up in the next couple of years. Welcome to BitBoy Crypto! My name is Ben. I'm a futurist here back here in the background. It's an Ethereum event. We are here. I'm about to go on this yacht party with the insta -canadian, the Board Club Canada, eh? How about that? Going on a yacht party. That's two yacht parties in three days. Guys, I'm living the high life. What can I do? I can't help it. Somebody told me I wear too much Gucci, so that's a fire shirt. You got to admit it. Guys, I want to talk about Michael Burry. One of the biggest questions that everybody asks me is where are the markets going? And you guys know when it comes to the markets, there's a lot at stake. What's also at stake are some really cool players. If you go visit bitboycrypto .com slash stake, if you're in the United States, you can play. If you're in international or you're in Canada, you can go to one side, go on the other side. Thank you to our No. 1 sponsors. Hey, we certainly appreciate them. They're what allows me to travel and do all this fun stuff. But when it comes to the markets, there's so much going on, guys. Now, somebody asked me where I think it's going, and the answer is only it depends on your time perspective. In my opinion, there's no way, it's not a financial advice opinion, but there's no way that the market is not going up in the next couple of years, the next 6 months to 12 months specifically. But the issue is when and by how much. That's what we don't know. You got this guy. You may know him from The Big Short, Michael Burry. This is a guy who, man, I tell you what, he called the 2008 financial crisis. People give him a lot of credit, say he's absolutely incredible. He's always right. Guys, do you know how many times that guy's been wrong this year? Do you know how many tweets this guy has deleted? He's told me about calls this year that I think at one point he closed his Twitter account, guys. No. Now, there's every, there's a little confusion. Everybody's talking about, are we going to have a soft landing for this recession? Or are we going to see apocalypse? And we're going to see a lot of terrible things. And we're going to see the markets go down across the world. Well, this is what you have to understand about the markets. Bitcoin does its own thing. It is never going along with the status quo. It's doing the same thing every 4 years, and it has since the very freaking beginning of Bitcoin. And so, let's say Michael Burry is right, which a lot of people say he's called 50 of the last two market crashes. Which is really funny. That's a great line, whoever came up with that. But the fact is, is that, guys, he's made a lot of bad calls, and there's just not a lot of credibility to what he's saying. But even if he's right, even if the stock market crashes and goes down, Bitcoin has proven it can run counter to the stock market. Guys, presidential years seem to make a big difference. And next year, we have a presidential election year. I also got some other big announcements I'd like to make to you guys. You guys know I hosted the Yacht Party this weekend in Dubai. I will say watch Bitcoin. We made some big connections. We solidified some big things. We started in Dubai the last time I was out there, so I promise you, when it comes to Bitcoin, I know it's been a long journey here the last few months, but I can assure you that all of the stuff we said was coming, it's still coming. And it's sooner than ever. I've said that a few times. I sound like I'm beating a dead horse, which is bad because the horse is already dead. Why would you hit it? I guess maybe it can't kick you back at least. But the point is, is that we decided we are moving our crypto business. We are going to be moving the Bitcoin Foundation. We are going to be moving BitBoy Crypto. We are going to be moving all of our crypto activities over to Dubai. I'm going to be spending about three to four months there a year minimum. Depending on what happens here in the United States, it might end up being more, but the point is that's what we're going to be doing. But, of course, you know, the show is going to go on like normal. We're going to set up a studio over there. We're going to be live streaming at the same time. We're not running from America. We're just like, just like Obi -Wan told Anakin, I've got the high ground. I'm going to win. Guys, if we've got to get high ground to fight the US government, to fight the oppression that we're facing, that's what we're going to do. So that's all I got for today. Thank you. Be blessed. BitBoy out.
Fresh update on "gucci" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"It makes no sense, but that's the point. They're trying to weaponize the justice system against their political enemies. Not only are they doing it to Trump, Charlie, they're trying to make sure and send a clear message that you can never step up against their insanity, no matter how ludicrous it is. Remember, the people that are robbing Philadelphia blind, the people that are causing the major retail outlets in cities across America to shut down because of rampant looting, stealing, theft, we're not going to go after those people. They're doing it in the name of social justice, because a Gucci purse really screams social justice, so you should go steal one. It's absolutely insane where the Democrat party today is spending their resources, but they're getting away with it. The Biden DOJ is functioning as his de facto attack dog, as well as his defense agency for some of the most outrageous fraud we've ever seen in this country. When people who with Trump said Merry Christmas during the Trump presidency, Bob Woodward, it's bigger than Watergate. Everything was bigger than Watergate. All those people are strangely silent that this stuff's going on. Hunter Biden, a crackhead, is making millions from China because obviously they have some sort of diversity, equity, and inclusion program. They need to diversify their crackheads. Crackheads are greatly underrepresented apparently in Chinese portfolio management, Charlie, so they're going to give a billion dollars to Hunter Biden. It had nothing to do with influence. That's totally normal. This is what's going on in our country, and of course, the second another wire drops to Hunter from China that happens to have Joe Biden's home address on the bank receipts, they drop another charge, another claim against Trump, and it's another story to distract from what's really going on with the supposed leader of the world. We learned yesterday, we haven't covered this yet, a $250,000 wire, which was the address they said the due to address was to was to Joe Biden's home address. Let's just imagine Donald Trump, President Trump gets a $250,000 wire, and the address was Mar-a-Lago from a foreign government. Don, how do you think the media would cover that? We'd be in Gitmo. And by the way, rightfully so, but it doesn't matter. I mean, we got senators taking gold bars and we got, I mean, you know, I love seeing the media outrage about Bob Menendez, but no one's talking about what Hunter and Joe Biden did together is literally perhaps hundreds of times the same thing with undue influence a hundred thousand times more than whatever Bob Menendez could do, even from a powerful position. And yet they're silent about that because they understand systematic corruption in our government, in the Washington, D.C. swamp. That's why they're all trying to get Trump because he's the only guy that will actually expose these things. You know, I was going to go out to the debates tonight and, you know, talk about it and counter, like I'm saying, like at this point, when we see what's going on, when we see how, like, I'm not even going to pay any attention to it because that aspect is over to me. I mean, the billionaire donor class, I get that the big Fox News of the world, they still want to choose their candidate to do their bidding for them eventually and make them billions. But I think the American people understand that this thing's over. And they also understand, Charlie, what is at stake if they can do this to Trump, they can do it to anyone. But more importantly, if they will do it to Trump, who won't they do it to if they can do it with a guy with means following a soapbox like you've never seen before? I mean, they'll destroy everyone. And I think that's the good guy. There's like opposite of buzz heading into the thing tonight. Like I see no chatter. By the way, I'm hearing more buzz. Your father's going to the UAW circuit tonight. That's really exciting. You know, I think that'll be great. I mean, these are people that voted for Trump. You know, these are Trump voters. And what's interesting and I mean, it's sort of indicative of sort of the D.C. swamp itself is, you know, the head of the UAW, the union guys, right? Not the workers, not that like the like the difference between FBI leadership and FBI door kickers. You know, the door kickers are for Trump. They're conservatives. They're this just like the workers are for Trump. But union leadership will take their dues. They'll fund the Biden administration. They'll give it to Democrats while shipping their jobs abroad for electric vehicle plants in China. And the union dues that the actual workers are paying for their ultimate demise when they try to turn away Trump, who's taking the side of the autoworkers. We don't want that because you're so tied in with the Democrat Party and Democrat leadership that you're going to continue to under represent your people and push them away. That's the kind of representation we're getting out of D.C. And that's the kind of representation, unfortunately, those workers are getting from their leaders. Yep. Don Junior, thanks so much.
A highlight from BEWARE Uniswap = The DEVIL!
"We are, uh, here in Bahamas, we are going to make it right. If you became a millionaire, would you keep working? The commander is here. What's going on right now is California's trying to figure out Oh, I can. Oh, I'm wearing a tank top today. Thank you, Allison. Thank you. Can somebody go get me a shirt? Can I put a shirt on for this? I don't want to like, I don't want to flex on them too hard, but I will. A white shirt? It doesn't matter. Allison, you pick. Today is Wednesday. It is Allison picks my shirt day. So. Good tradition to start. Welcome to BitBoy Crypto! My name is Ben. Home of BitSquad, the largest and greatest crypto community in all the Interwebs, no channel works harder to keep you in the know about crypto than this one right here. I'm coming to you live every single day at 8 .30am Eastern Standard Time as well. Don't forget our morning show. This thing's a little high for my head, by the way. And we also come to you live every single day, 11 .30am Eastern Standard Time. Yes, please put on a shirt. Please put on sleep. Boys. Boys. Boys, don't make me flex. Ben, for the morning stream, please raise the volume on the mic. I think I did raise it for the end. Been looking fit. Big changes, guys. I've been fit for quite a while. Y 'all can chill. Sun's out, guns out, faults. We're inside. There's no sun. It's true. Guys, we're going to be talking today about Uniswap, the scam that Uniswap is. Uniswap, by the way, a complete and total scam. Run as far away from Uniswap as you can run. We are going to look at today why. We are going to show you today connections between Gary Gensler, Elizabeth Warren, and Uniswap. Can you believe it? It's going to be a good one. We had a lot of things to take on connecting today because we're also going to kind of break down some stuff with Bitcoin and BlackRock in the back half right there. The BlackRock loves China. BlackRock loves China. Well, you know who else loves China? No, who else loves China? Promethium. When are we putting that video out? That went out last night. The Promethium video did? God, what a phenomenal video that was. It was a great video. I'm going to put out some good ones. What you choose? Alison loves when I'm, Alison loves when I wear Gucci. There we go. You know, so, okay. You all right? Change your shirt live. Change your shirt live on here. That's what we do. That's what we do. Live on here. Change your shirt. Don't make me flex on you. Oh, no, no, no. Don't you dare. Don't you dare zoom out. Don't you dare. Don't you dare zoom out on me when I flex it. Don't you dare not. Don't you do it. All right, boys. Let them take it in. Let them take it in. I'm not scared. I'm in pretty good shape. You know what? People will take a picture of that screenshot, and they'll go put it on Twitter, and they'll say, Oh, look at, look how fat and out of shape here. Y 'all are idiots. Speaking of good -looking people, we just had Kelly come. Kelly, come up here. Kelly, come up here. Kelly, I want to get your thoughts on this.
Why Black People Have Less Money in the Bank
"If you look at any statistical data, black people have less money in the bank account than white people. They have minimal to do with racism. It has more to do with choices. If you look at the spending of black people generally, they spend more on high end fashion than white people do. They spend, you know, it was an article that I read about Mercedes. It was like almost like black people were buying more Mercedes than people that have twice their money are buying. And you look at the median income of black community, there's no way in the world you should be buying Mercedes. There's no way in the world you should be a Gucci. You should be at Louis Vuitton. And what happens is culturally, when you grow up poor or when your parents are a certain way, the first opportunity you have to feel wealthy to feel like you made it to feel like you accomplished you're gonna bite that Apple. Every single time, you're not gonna do the long-term investment. You're not gonna do it a long, long money, wealth. It's the right now, the flashy look, I made it. I'm out the hood, and those things create the deficits in the gaps and investment in the housing and wages. Look at the NFL. You got all these guys in the NFL, like 80% of them go bankrupt. It's not a lack of money. They signed a $1 million contracts. It's the lack of decision of poor decision making that create these environments. And I'll add this to it. So therefore, when you look at this and they say, if we close the gaps in the black community, we would have made $16 trillion. Now let me add this to the to the point here. There's people in this country that are extremely wealthy and they understand how to make money and all they think about is money. And all they do is money. Now, wouldn't you think that a person would be that want money that's thinking about money that lived for money? That's a billionaire wanted to be a trillionaire. Wouldn't you think if they saw a Citi banks thing that says if only black people were equal to white people in these categories, we could add $16 trillion to the GDP.
Passengers restrain man who tried to stab flight attendant
"A passenger who helped restrain a threatening man on a flight from Los Angeles to Boston over the weekend says it was a case of teamwork. Sami Gucci says he was seated several roads behind the man, who prosecutors say tried to open the plane's emergency door before trying to stab a flight attendant with a broken metal spoon. Says he heard the man getting louder and louder before he started yelling and screaming and threatening to kill people. Federal authorities have identified him as Francisco Torres. Gucci says he was among 5 or 6 passengers who piled on to Tories and removed the spoon from his grasp. Tories was arrested. He has been charged with interference and attempted interference with flight crew members and attendants using a dangerous weapon. I'm Mike Hempen
Elon Musk Tweets Support for Kevin McCarthy
"Ladies and gentlemen, ladies and Kevin McCarthy thing is still off the chain. Funny thing is Elon Musk tweeted support for Kevin McCarthy as speaker vote heads into the third day. I thought that was pretty interesting. That Elon Musk shows support for Kevin McCarthy. You know something that's interesting is that how many people, I mean, I think it's interesting that Elon Musk has been so vocal and his support for Republicans lately. I honestly believe that Elon Musk could actually cause Republicans to have a standing in which they normally don't have on social issues and on social platforms. And I think that that was pretty interesting that Elon Musk said that Elon Musk said he was support Rhonda santurce for president not Donald Trump. Not saying that his words are in all be all. But I think that's very interesting. Think about this for a minute. The richest man in the world are one of the richest men in America. They're not the richest man in the world. Because the guy that has Gucci and Louis and all that, he the richest man because people are so stupid that you give them tax money and all without tax money, but you give them a PVP loans, you give them stimulus checks and they go out and buy a high end fashion with it. Okay, y'all didn't make me jump to another subject. This is why this is why I don't feel bad for people. Who are claiming they don't make enough money and minimum wage needs to be raised. None of your budget need to be fixed.
"gucci" Discussed on Clubmarket Demo
"A plow off. You can reach me. Space coupe like ET is the blood trying to call me. I was up in early in the morning. Oh, I'm the wave like a goo rag. Calling for it move back. Girl walk Gucci on my shoe rack.
"gucci" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"Girl I got it going on. You can touch it a whole or leave it alone ain't nothing wrong with group Sessions. Yeah baby you know sex then just some daily average routine step up baby let's get that thing young roots we love Gucci if we want it let's the phone.
"gucci" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"Was a time going down so strong how this is working so not that you don't have to push me down I put you down for peace I'm leaving. Put that here. Boy, that's so young where I see some Gucci. You said what I know you're saying that for the lovely live island you not only tell the Chinese 'cause my side I feel that give me for my located I put ice and there's word that can see that. I get some seizures and
"gucci" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"Girl let's ride. You the number one star they don't Glock then go straight to the monitor down the inside of Gucci full length leather levels cool just sweater 20 inches pop my feather the bird man dare I slide anywhere alligator stick with the head and the inside smile on the dance G wagon so high number one
Kurt Schlichter and Dan Bongino Echo John Hopkins Research: Lockdowns Don't Work
"Point I mean look at this I was just discussing before you came on the air here Johns Hopkins research just comes out and says something guys like you and me figured out probably a month into the pandemic lockdowns Some people who thought this 15 days to slow the spread even on our side some people are like okay it sucks but we'll give it a few weeks and William But after about a month it was just about everyone but common sense that this is super dumb It's not working It's not stopping the spread And it appears to be this little totalitarian scheme to whittle away our civil rights and we wish people would have wised up quicker Now this Johns Hopkins study shows these lockdowns were a total disaster So Kurt you would think this would be an argument for free speech and the free marketplace of ideas where people like you and I have spoke out against this stuff You know would be heard but it's not the left is using it as an excuse to double down in sensor voices They don't like like me Absolutely And that's a loser strategy Winners don't try and shut up the opponent Winners let the opponent talk because the opponent's going to make mistakes I know that I'm a lawyer There's nothing I like better than having the other side Get up there and be dumb Makes my life easy I need to sit back Will Ice-T kick my Gucci's up on the table What the jury come my
The Golden Globes Are Cancelled
"Don't know if you're going to take this the right way, but the Hollywood foreign press association has confirmed no 2022 Golden Globes that's supposed to be Sunday Night and it's just not going to happen. I don't know what you're going to do. I don't know how we're all going to get through our night. You know, I don't want to think about not seeing Mark Ruffalo get up and make a fucking political speech about something nonsensical, which he always does. I don't want to see Lady Gaga. Clamoring for an award for the House of Gucci actually, I kind of wanted to see that just to laugh because she was awful at what she did. But now, we're not going to be able to.
Lady Gaga's 'House of Gucci' Is a Bust
"Let's talk about the House of Gucci. It's getting killed by critics. And that has to be killing Lady Gaga because I think she's gotten addicted to getting great or near great reviews and her acting work. I mean, I don't want to see her in fucking Tony Bennett saying, I know what's coming on in the next couple of days. I've been seeing ants for it. I'm not paying attention. When is it on? Where is it appearing? I don't want to know. I just think it's so silly when a young spry pop star sings with an old decrepit man. I love Tony Bennett, but no one can listen to his music anymore while he was alive. But he didn't die right. He's almost dead. I forget. I know he's right there. He stops singing. He retired. Thank God. You can't keep singing people. I mean, do you just want to see him walk on stage and say, hi, I'm Tony Bennett. Is that all you care about? You know he can't hit those notes anymore. Just get his albums. Don't make the guy sing anymore. But Lady Gaga did this thing years ago, okay, Tony and Levi, okay, great. It's a cute novelty thing. Enough. But now she's in the House of Gucci. And look, I love that she's Italian. I remember when she was named Stephanie germanotta and she was a hostess at a restaurant in Greenwich Village called Palma. Great restaurant. She had this ability to sing that nobody knew yet. She knew, but she's turned into a magnificent singer and a decent actress. I like the stars born a lot. House of horrors, people dig. I haven't seen it yet. I heard it's pretty good with her in it. She did not nail this Italian accent. I told you the second I saw a preview. Nope, don't go near this movie. It's gonna be awful. It's gonna be so much of a charade, I said Adam Driver is too Jewish to play an Italian. I didn't know he was Jewish. To me, he looks like as my father would say, his face looks like the map of Israel. He just looks like a Jew. There's nothing wrong with that. There are plenty of people Dustin Hoffman looks like a Jew. Plenty of you guys look like a Jew and plenty of people look Italian and Puerto Rican or whatever. Irish. He looks a Jewish. I can't believe he's not Jewish. But he still mastered the Italian accent better than Lady Gaga.
Sam Ashgari Puts His Foot in His Mouth
"Ask Gary is at the red carpet for the House of Gucci. I don't know why, because he's not is an actor now. I don't know what he is. Some reporter from variety pulls up to him and asked him to weigh in about Britney's recent conservatorship victory. Saying that Brittany with the support of her fans is the reason she's finally free and he goes, I'm so happy for her. I've been a backbone for her as much as I could, but this is all on her. She's been a rock, I don't know about that. She inspires me to do what exactly Sam to keep holding the camera to shoot her fucking Instagram videos, which is so embarrassing. What does she inspire you to do? She loves her fans, so, you know, all the fans and their effort kind of make this become, you know, possible. So I'm happy for her. Okay, so far so good. Saying the right things. Then variety points out that things have been good for you as well. Like the role you just landed in Mel Gibson's movie hot seat. And he gave a special shout out to his lady Brittany that she made a little possible. He said, look, I'm just living my life and having a great moment. I just want to thank Britney for putting me on the map as far as, you know, everything else that's going on in my career. Once again, what career are we talking about? She helped me so much with that. Let's be real. Let's be real now, right? So he's doing the right things. He and the stands where he's at. But he only wanted to talk Britney to variety. And I don't even think he knows what variety is or what it does or who it's for. But when it came time to talk to Entertainment Tonight, while Britney's name was brought up and he quickly changed the subject. The chick from ET was like, what's it like to see her be free at the 13 years and you've worked so hard for it? And he goes, I'm just excited here for the movie. I can't wait to go inside and see the movie now. And he walked away. That's an epic fail. As useless as this guy is the last thing he needed was to open his mouth. First of all, did you all think his voice would even sound like that? Have his balls dropped yet? Have you seen the video find the video, please? Britney has gone on to crucify other people like Christina Aguilera and other pop stars who she feels haven't been completely honest or sincere when the topic of her tragic life comes up. And now this guy pulls the same shit. He should be the top ornament of the Christmas tree she just put up on Instagram last night. The top branch should be straight up this guy's
"gucci" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Was a romantic partner that gave fashion Zion maurizio Gucci the strength to leave his wife Tim it was a decision that would get him killed back in 1995 It's a story that still resonates in the fashion world And in Hollywood says audiences await the release of the saga retold in the Ridley Scott film House of Gucci it's due out in theaters this coming week more than two decades after the book it's based on was published Bloomberg Sarah Ford and penned the house of Gucci a sensational story of murder madness glamour and greed her new piece of this week's pursuit section shares McLaughlin's side of the story for the first time Sarah's team leader for corporate influence in Washington and was also named to lead our new tech policy squad earlier this year She joins us along with Bloomberg pursuits editor Chris rouser Sarah it's really great to have you with us just take us back and tell us how so many years ago you became so immersed in the story to begin with Hi Well thanks for having me I mean this was an incredible story that just really drew me in because there was so many twists and turns and this family fashion dynasty over three generations It was a kind of story that if you made it up people wouldn't believe you It was so so outrageous and so many surprising twists and turns Exactly There were so many twists and turns and it is something that you feel like okay this would be a streaming service but no it was reality You know as you were putting it together because it played out in real time right There was so much coverage What is it that you wanted to dig into Well I was really drawn to the story by the figure of Modesto Gucci And I was covering him as a beat reporter amil and his vision to pilot his family company from sort of an over license sort of cheap and brand to a top tier luxury brand He wanted to make Gucci like Italy's Hermes So he wanted it to be sophisticated He wanted excellent craftsmanship He brought in American creative director and designer and his vision was to take it way up market only as he started putting it into place He had cut off the cash cows he had not really given consumers a chance to figure out that there was a new Gucci and the company was just heading towards bankruptcy And as while this was going on Sara this is Chris You know there was this whole personal side of the saga where he was going through a divorce from his wife Patricia reggiani who was played by Lady Gaga in a film and where he was at least for part of the time in a romantic relationship with sherry which is what our stories about Exactly So I realized that I was it's one thing to write a business story for newspaper but I realized that there was there was a narrative here that had the qualities of a novel and it was by blending the family saga with the business story that I felt that this story really really came to shit to life And I interviewed more than a hundred people for the book I talked to family members I talked to the current and former employees of Gucci But the one person who slipped away was Marty Cebu's girlfriend at the time Well for 7 years her name was sherry McLaughlin She was an American former model who worked in the fashion industry but they actually met sailing in Sardinia As the Italian team was preparing for the 1987 America's cup So sheri didn't want to talk to me at the time that I was right in the book She didn't know what kind of book I was going to write And she ducked my phone calls and didn't answer my emails Well she came out of the woodwork a few months ago and the stills from the movie set started breaking the Internet And I realized as we chatted that she was ready to tell her story All right so you go up to Chris and you go Chris I've got the story Tell me how this came together Well it's actually really exciting to see it out in pursuit today because I was very uncertain whether Bloomberg would be interested in the story because it seemed like such a non Bloomberg story right It was really about the personal side And yet sherry had been at Modi to aside when he was going through some of the toughest fights of his life both with his financial partner investor and with his family He was battling for his uncle's sense of the financial police after him With an accusation that he hadn't signed his father hadn't signed the shares Giving him the 50% control and sent him escaping and a motorcycle across the border into Switzerland where there was no extradition So he was really really grappling with a lot at the time And she was the person who was out of sight trying to help them the whole time All right question for you Chris Were you like yeah of course I'm interested Well I think maybe Sarah thought it felt a little gossipy for business week and I love gossip Especially because this gos really actually informed major news events and also obviously this crime And it was a perspective that Sarah was really excited about hearing and getting out there and sherry's not in the movie her she's not portrayed in the movie because no one knew her story This is really like a missing piece of the saga And it also includes all these great details like Sarah mentioned the publicity stills that broke the Internet You might remember the first stills that came out were of Lady Gaga and Adam Driver playing maurizio in patrizia and they were in Italy and it was so like Italian and 80s and he's wearing white ski pants And sherry told us that he always wore white ski pants because he was a terrible skier So he would fall And by when he would get down to the wine fueled lunch with everybody no one would know that he fell because he was wearing white It's so smart Which is a great little detail that is the kind of thing that's in this story Take us back more than 20 years ago when you were working on this book and you not being actually able to speak to sherry because she actually did approach you You write after the book was out Tell us about that interaction That was really an incredible moment So I had really given up on I had to give up on her My manuscript was going into press and she hadn't responded So I limited my treatment for just a few lines in the book I knew from other people that she had existed But I didn't really have any contours of the relationship or how they had met or what time they spent together And the book came out in 2000 and then the paperback edition came out in 2001 And I was in New York presenting the paperback edition at the early bookstore And I'd finished signing books and everybody was just about leaving And I noticed a tall blond woman standing hanging back looking at me And after the last person left she came up to me with tears in her eyes and she said hi Sarah I'm sherry McLaughlin If I had known you were going to write such a wonderful book I would have talked to you And she gave me a big hug And we both cried So read the book watch the movie House of Gucci that Sarah Ford and she's team leader for corporate influence in Washington for Bloomberg news She was joining us along with Bloomberg pursuit editor Chris rouse or catch our full conversation extended conversation you can find that on our podcast feed at Bloomberg dot com at Apple dot com or wherever you get your podcasts So to come on Bloomberg business week timeless timepieces A watchmaker with more than 175.
"gucci" Discussed on Daily Pop
"To unconventional punishment. A pass to right. Yes do you know what i when i saw this. I thought the same thing the only problem is you already know. The kademi love frances mcdormand. And she about to be an interracial relationship with denzel washington and macbeth. Come on this is acting at. It's best to be for first of all what she did. Her and bradley cooper at first. Break shallow with you know stars born yes now to do this where it's totally different. She's not depending on her singing. It's an actual acting with the accent with the whole cigarette smoking. Everything is everything you want. This is lady gaga smalley. I believe justin and cynthia that this is this. Generation's barbra streisand did you. I i agree. It's a strong. That's strong percent. I'm all the way here for this movie. And all the way here for lady gaga. I smell oscar. I also love that like you know. I love a movie about rich people doing crimes and stuff in the hood. Everything was simple like a. We have armed robbery here. Are there rich people. People you look fabulous movie. In general you got jared leto. Who don't win from jared leto to this gucci character person. I'm meet has everything in it is. Romance is expense is designer but this morning. We have a hard time taking singers theory. A serious actors. We heard j. lo say. It's so hard for her to crossover and for people to take her seriously. We've had all these things beyond say said the same thing. Do you think academy is going to take her seriously because she is a senior well. He's putting the work hand. That's what you don't get like that without flipping. Some work here really is ultimate performer. I just think this is gonna be her moment. I can't wait to see. I want to a theater. Just this is more of a chameleon than some of the singers that. Come out like honestly. I don't see the singer when i looked at that clip. You know gucci family is. They're mad because they they they. They don't like the way the films portraying them reportedly because it is not as glamorous as they think that they should be portrayed but this is what you know is really getting me to wonder why real i feel real. I can relate to them. Well i can relate to you right now. Because i have not been able to breathe for a long time down over here. Are you cool momentum. What do you call that being a. g. Pag paca who me today. Today's that would fees about as well you guys when i got dressed in my outfit. Do you use the bathroom before you go to the gala. Because there's no way okay happening. i'm taking it off. You give your bladder to your assistant. Rest have some halloween fun. Kim kardashian not love. Who is with us today. John got a massive scare. Take a look at her trip. Through allen's.
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
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
'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.
"gucci" Discussed on The Business of Esports
"You're sort of saying brands like it's not a zero sum game with brands right. Like part of the magic of brands is like it's not like gucci has to lose for hundred thieves to win like it's a branded ills which is why francis who won bigger. Not who lost like there not saying this. This is obviously a win win. Like we're talking about one hundred thieves a luxury brand. The first i've ever heard of this straight like i ve never. We've never really talked about one hundred thieves as a luxury brand. We've talked about them as a lifestyle brand. We've talked about them as a hoodie. Org like so clearly. There's a win here part of the conversation as well now. Hundred thieves is a luxury brand. Jimmy you're going to think that's what i think. That's why hundred the winner here. I don't see them as necessarily collecting a check. I i've been privy to to certain deals like this and typically right. it's a rep share agreement off of profits only and it's skewed in favour in this case most likely gucci. I don't know what that distribution would be. But i'm sure it's heavily in their favour and i think it's very clever on gucci's part to activate this very i mean there's nothing but good things to say about this audience that we're all clearly investing our lives in They saw louis vitton very successfully right in legal legends. And i don't think they're late to the game at all. I think that gucci is trying to figure out how to reach younger audiences in new unique ways and and they were able to partner with probably more exciting teams in the space without anything out of pocket where there's like. Yeah we'll do an exclusive line with you and in a limited release drop so that we could say we sold out overnight and then if it's great maybe we'll do a second or third. But i think the clear winner is hundred thieves because williams point. I mean i've been gucci museum in florence right like one hundred. Thieves has something that get at me. But can i make sound right kaplan. Let me make their case here. Just just to see just for the sake of discussion. Which is gaming's all about accessibility right. It's the the most accessible sport on the planet playing video games. It's all about this massive audience. That's growing right. Why why partner yourself. And i know the answer to my question. But i i wanna throw it out here for the sake of discussion. Like wouldn't have a partnership with what's it like a way more mainstream brand. Aaron eagle american eagle american eagle. Every man kind of every person kind of partnership like a future where one hundred thieves hoodie is. Five hundred dollars to me may seem like miss. Yeah but but i mean i didn't. Have you seen how expensive one hundred these are today. And how limited shoe relevant and there was a line around the building to get these to get their emerge shop. Did they try and run themselves exclusive right like that right. That's the golden to sell a fat like the same way if you go by like even gucci shirt t shirts gonna cost you four or five hundred bucks. Right is the goal for one hundred thieves then.
"gucci" Discussed on The Business of Esports
"Was news to me That they're focused on the luxury side of e sports at enough. This is some a little bit of creative Liberty with the author here but Aj let's start with you in terms of of this partnership in particular but in general luxury brands getting into e sports. Is there a trend. They're like what are you seeing on the luxury side of things. Yeah well this. This campaign and the sponsorship really goes. I guess you can call brand collaboration. It really goes back. We were talking before and what. We're seeing a lot right now for brands that wanna get involved in the space. They're looking for the content houses looking for the groups of creators who they can put behind their brand and effectively like kinda tentpole around and did into the space in a really authentic way. What this collaboration does. They're really using the goodwill of one hundred as they are like the darling child of gated this and they're able to take all that brand momentum that they have an attached their name to what has been like really successful clothing wants. I'll give it like like i. Totally love one hundred. I bought a ton of their clothing before. It's absolutely amazing. It's a really smart collaboration. Because they're taking the goodwill and be proven model of one hundred being able to do you being able to do these clothing drops. And they're attaching their brand to it which is like it. Just it elevates everybody all around elevates one hundred these because it establishes them even more luxury brand it elevates gucci because it gets them into the space in a really authentic way and then it's great for the creators because they get recognized in the us. Let me ask the tough question here. Then and i've asked this before in similar kind of articles who who wins bigger here right. Who benefits more from this. Is it gucci. Or is it one hundred thieves and jimmy william. If you guys have thoughts on the fact you hesitate a little their. Aj is sort of the concern. I have with some of these things which is like gucci is a brand that had. I'm not christian is an incredible brand right. I'm not trying to also gucci brand. That's been built over decades right. It has a very specific meaning. It's carved out identity in the extremely competitive high turnover high fashion space right. You know and it's also a household name. I m not particularly fashionable dude..
"gucci" Discussed on No Jumper
"I'm saying like there was some people. Some people wasn't like gucci. And jesus battles no saying versus with the pokey loco situation. Were you friends with preview. I didn't know him personally. But when i got over there i heard a lotta bottle and i went to his hood and makin georgia and gained. A lot of respect aren't spec from his home. He's in a told me a lot about homey to know that he was a good nigga and he was somebody over there from his. You know what i'm saying. So that's why. I spoke up for that an essay on me. It wasn't no disrespect. Either sardi was just a hot moment like you know what i'm saying that's like this. Is somebody from against the listening. They dare homey in front of me. And i'm not gonna say nothing less like somebody this your home. You just gonna stand there cup yomp. Did this show boito adam this this show boy talking about you. Take care of kids. Light passed away. You look enough for his kids and you know what i'm saying shit like that. I mean on one hand you could look at jesus. Saudi handled it in a pretty mature way. He didn't know oregon taylor bardy li- like he said in his interview. He prepared himself for that A lot of people don't like he prepare yourself mentally too disrespected like that. Like a lot of people myself included when we saw that happened. The reason why. We're so shocked. Because i think we all thought that gucci was at a point in his life way. He's so rich she's so successful. he's so like past all that he wouldn't take it there. Even though i sedan rolled right. I was like yes like about time. Like you know saying a busy. You saying series. See almost the bush so that moment. I thought that there probably was a conversation that happened before to say okay. This is off-limits. This is off limits. You know because like about what i mean you know while the break that rule and you got money on wall that they made that rule i think gucci just took it a moment to do that but like i mean think about how much lately could have said. All kinds of crazy digitises gucci. You know he didn't even do. Is this something you didn't. He didn't take it to that level. Which you know. I thought was kind of impressive. He's a changed man. I respected you. Know what i'm saying is fans still love him. They still buys music bumpers music. Shit like that so it was. It was a business thing they had going on but a lot of people were making was hurt dating. Have a platform and talk about it. True does the small over here but okay. So how did you meet gucci or get involved with them in the first place The music or really do my music. See one of my. My music videos are katayama own. He redid a song. Call on my own. One is mixed tapes on the tm. One zero three tour orca but His he came to kelly and hooked up with my homie. Crowbar shot up to crowbar. He came to me cheesy wanted to holler at me. So i went down there to the hotel hollered at him. I ran into a ganga. Georgia does before our mets from the making home. He's like scrap blow j. bone Double up i think arlen was from dunkin blah. They was in a room so my homie and there was like we go to the club loop. He's waiting on many. Come out until late. You know what i'm saying. I'm like i'm straight. I'm saying i'm finished the day from the crib but just from a whole nother center earth. So i'm trying to vibe with him. manzi came out around twelve song. That's high end up seeing them like we all went to the club at night. He was just watching me. You fill me. I was watching him. And she filming. We just modern club there. He asked me if i want to go back to. Atlanta went back. That's how we locked in. That's how i make gibbs bright because gives us running around with around that what year we talking two thousand fourteen fifteen somewhere. Okay tijuana three. That's when i got with him when he dropped him three right. That's when i got over there. Gives is probably odor way before and so you just automatically start going on. Told them and just holding them down. Yeah it was all love bro. Like he so love roy. I learned a lot of my present. My stage performance came from like jesus man like learning to record my time in the studio came from. Because i wasn't really like on the south rat liberty due to trapper efforts. Now you hear my music. I can do it. Good you feel me. But i was always on some west coast. Gangsta she okay. Guy so hopefully enjoyed that if you did and you wanna keep listening head on over to our patriot and support us. Give us that ten bucks a month and you can listen to the whole thing on this very app or through the paycheck on app or you can head on over to youtube. Dot com slash. No jumper and listen to the whole thing four free with ads or without ads of you sign up for you to plus and yeah appreciate each and every one of y'all thank you once again for all the support..
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
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
"gucci" Discussed on Gucci Podcast
"Yeah i mean. I see i see it in myself. Certainly in kazillionaire and sometimes it's almost easier to see it in my friends work I'm thinking of My friend autumn. Two wild who made a be called emma And i have known autumn forever and she's she's quite lascivious when it comes to men you know like she's a she's been a photographer like photographed like boys in bands forever. And i always thought like. She's so in her own unique way. She's just kinda boy crazy you know. And and so and she has this. I right like she photographs beautifully. Like all the you know. All the best of them wanted to be crowd by autumn and then she has this movie and i'm watching. I wish i could remember the name of the actor. Johnny flynn actually i think is his name like her lingering on his calf and like the you know the camera just like crawling up. He's like maybe putting a sock on. And i thought I don't think i've seen that. I've seen a woman put a stocking on in a movie but i've never seen It's getting to be an inside autumn in like were not like somehow more kind or less evil or not not. This is evil but like it's autumn. It's like a little you. She's going there being vulnerable enough to show like what turns her on With think is kind of the work like yes. Anyone can make a movie but can you. Can you get outside the conventions in really ask yourself. What do i think is hot. What do i think is beautiful or simply let that flow because there are of course making a movie. There's a lot of other opinions on what you know who you should cast or you know what should be cut out. So yeah it's an interesting thing to watch in both my own work and around myself. I'm talking about a female female filmmakers so back in nineteen ninety. Five were influence influenced by riot girl. You started quieter. Radical and groundbreaking feminist video series called journey. jackie And it wasn't just to showcase the work of amateur female filmmakers but also to counteract an address some of the film industry. What i loved about this was the fact that once he saw the stories. You receiving predominantly from a white female names. You went out of your way looking for stories from black women women from marginalized groups. I want to know how this effected you personally. How how it affected you in terms of how you view beauty and who gets to be part of that dialogue right. I mean i did. I did go out of my way. I realized that to you know invite be more active in inviting all different kinds of women in but i also.
"gucci" Discussed on Gucci Podcast
"Who was like harvey weinstein and never mind his whole rape. Eli just pretend just him. Imagine of fat ugly old woman having that kind of power you know like that's not and she's not even nice you know. Let's say she doesn't reap anyone like it's just like by just saying like it so it doesn't matter what a man looks like you know like so the thing the thing is like a so when i think of like okay like a fat ugly old powerful woman i guess my mind goes to like which is in hag sin and different kinds of power. You know like all right. That does just that doesn't exist in our you know conception of reality in this culture right now doesn't mean that doesn't exist in now doesn't mean that that this ugly fat old woman doesn't exist and not just as an archetype like she's there she's all around she has a different kind of power That's what that's what can happen now. and i guess i try to keep you know like we each do as much as possible like try to keep our value system like alert and alive noticing things because the other one is just a so pervasive it. Just it's constant brainwashing and constantly. Reiterates itself i mean. Even time ugly. We could say that society of been brainwashed indoctrinated into thinking into thinking what ugly actually is looks like coming. Ugliness in many ways is subjective right. it's completely objective. I remember someone saying to me just recently talking about just randomly talking about you know Margaret thatcher insane. Gosh apparently all these men would really really attracted to have how. How is that possible. And it's like well. That's the thing i think. Beauty is a very strange thing. I think it's it's completely subjective. And but we've just been told where constantly bombarded by messaging the tells us that beauty is one particular thing and i just thought of something when you said.
"gucci" Discussed on Gucci Podcast
"Was just me. But i think that's wonderfully free and i really do. I think there's so much. There's a lot of pressure to conform. And with that in mind you know my my next question is about that pressure to conform. Certainly for women we both. What can an industry. And i guess in a while society where beauty is placed on a pedestal. And i am so aware of the pressures woman face to conform to a certain way of looking in order justin exists or survive subtly in the spaces that we occupy and certainly more so as one gets older. You for me seem to have bypass that have you. And how have you well. I mean. I haven't bypass getting cooler. Nobody does not i. I guess i mean the thing is. I'm as i'm just wearing would i think is cool. It reflects my feeling in the moment which actually does often have to do with wanting to feel pretty or sexy but dan part of prettiness in sexiness is often some other quality like why not add a little melancholy or a little panic or murder. You know like there's so many qualities to work with so you could. Have you know a kind of pretty panicked five. I'm like i can't explain it but just just It's not simple. It's not as simple thing and it's like writing or something you know you could just say she was pretty or you could talk about how she was pretty an she was sweating. You know and then. I don't know she becomes prettier to me. You describe yourself as consciously feminist and that relationship between beauty. Feminism is something that seems to always be in conflict. I found it interesting. You mentioned that was wanting to be pretty wanted to be seen as pretty or whatever and you never really hit out within the context of feminism. And i just wondered how you align your feminism. Say your brand feminism ohio. Think about with your idea of fusi particularly the physical elements of it for instance wearing makeup and. I always think that you wear red lipstick. Oh bright lipsticks really beautifully. But how do you align these things right. I mean i'm i'm still dressing up to go to my studio every day. It's still in the pandemic. No one sees me. There's no in here. It's not like i have a team So clearly it's personal. It's a matter of survival for me but in terms of like beauty. Ut when we think of it in in the larger world. i guess. I think sexism is so tied up in that. Because i mean imagine.
"gucci" Discussed on Gucci Podcast
"That's i it but it's not conscious i mean i don't none of it. Is i just head towards freedom and that seems to take me into a territory. In which i'm kind of alone he. I think it's an interesting point that you you raise. I remember reading something about beauty being conventional at least the ideals of not being conventional and without conflict. And i like what you do within your work. i think you raise these issues. Is this a lot of conflicts. That kind of goes on there. I saw a recent post of yours. I do follow you on instagram. Which i enjoy thoroughly and this recent of yours you paid allowed to a cinematographer on your short film. Somebody a gentleman called Also shot kajillions. Here okay yeah. I thought as much. But i wasn't i wasn't hundred percent aka and this what he's obviously soci- for brilliant in this particular post. A one of the things that stood out to me was that you said i'm invented rather than following and you were talking about this in the context of something else but i related this not just in terms of your work but also perhaps in your attitude to beauty and fashion which is arguably quite nonconformist and. I just wondered whether you've always felt like this. Have you always felt confident enough to be an inventor and not a follower or was there a moment in your johnny. This spot this i mean. What would you like. Because the young girl i think i was actually trying quite hard against all odds to conform but the thing that i was going for. Was this like very conventional kind of nineteen forties schoolgirl all look up so that would be like a white collar and a kind of button up sweater in two long braids and keep in mind. This is the eighties so this is not. This is not the look at all. This is the main look but what. I'm trying to describe it. That i really was working to fit this thing that i wasn't at all i mean my parents were like you know nonconformity. No one was. No one cared. What i but i was dressing as if there was like a uniform that i had to and and and i think that is exactly the same as now like i am. I am trying to fit into something in my head but it does turn out that. It's only in my head. Sometimes you know. I stepped outside. And i'm like oh i nailed it but no one will be able to tell because they don't know what it is. That's really interesting. Because i i've never thought of you in that way. I've always thought that you were very aware of the fact shirt you you step out. Of the the road of conformity. You know you're not really on the path that either following. You're not really following the path that everyone else's you're just doing your own thing. You're conscious that you're doing your own thing rather than trying to send so. I thought that's that's a bit of revelation. Well forget about the larger sphere. Edessa thing and it's the same thing in my work. Really you know you tunnel down into your thing and it's quite high stakes and it's it's not like it's Just loosey goosey. Whatever goes But then yeah you come up for air and.
"gucci" Discussed on Gucci Podcast
"Podcast interviewed the writer filmmaker and artist guaranteed july. Miranda thank you so much for joining me. Thank you for having me some verandah. Where here to gather today. will i say together. We're not actually together. We are socially distance by not time zones but also the pandemic. But we're here to talk about be ut But not so much beauty per se where talking about were having a conversation around challenging the pillars of beauty and perfection and also exploring what that looks like from the perspective of the female gaze. But before we get into that. I want to ask how you are. How you'll find in things and i know you're being asset so many times recently but i'm genuinely interested in how you've adapted to social distancing and quarantine and since you've described yourself as not particularly social Have i guess that's true. It is true that the kind of connection that i need most is still possible which is just long conversations with my close women friends so if this was like play where women couldn't talk to each other you know then i would be all over for me but as it is like yes. I have what i need i would love to dance at. A party is much as the next person but I'm getting by. I tell you i can't tell you how much i would love to dance at a party right now. I've been having many parties myself at home. I've just been missing that. Yeah that's interesting. You say that. I've i've certainly been missing that now. I must say. I loved your recent feature film kajillions. I really truly loved it. I haven't stopped thinking about it. I found it compelling. And if you don't mind me saying so i also founded odd but ogden glorious way it's led research many things and complexities about donor. So many things relationships humanity society dysfunction or at least what society deems as dysfunctional. And i find this is a running theme in your writing as well. Not just your director might and but you know you're short stories as well and i've been thinking about how much your your work embraces which is dysfunctional and it's deemed as displeasing Unacceptable you enable us to see beauty in those things. However i would love to know whether this is really conscious. Is this something. That you do consciously i mean i guess i'm drawn to things that are not not beauty. I don't think beauty is is very high on my pyramid but two things that are confounding to me. You know like emotional dynamics that are two contradictory things at once and yet they endure. They never resolved. The contradiction is maintained Or people who seem to be one thing but then turn out to be another. And there's there's something very resolved about beauty you know it's it's almost inert whereas something with oddness as he say our ugliness is alive. It's in play. There's something to do their something. There's a next step somewhere to.
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
"gucci" Discussed on Lured Up - A Pokémon GO Podcast
"Remote raid money on full odds shyness just i would i would never leave. Never wasted a deep rabbit hole. I'd i'd use my free free. Read pass before. He did anything like that. What about what about ho- did you do any hose. I i did. I think three. Yeah you sent me one. And then you bailed on dude. That's that's on human. We talked about it in the discord. No i invited people to to ho and then the raid booted me out and then like when i went back into the lobby was a fresh lobby so i posted back in the ray channel like everybody jumped out jumped out recent the invites and then you didn't come back in and then like i was still battling until tie off. We did like two other hose. And then i get a message from adam like hey what happened to though do. We're on a third one already. What about genocide than any jenna sex for you a. I've done two so far and they're just junk vs. yeah. I actually did rate our today which i haven't done in a while like Wachira was here of the month. I didn't do a single rate. Our just skipped them all. But i i actually did go out today and i got some good ones. You know ninety in the high nineties and all that no one does or anything but it was definitely harder than i thought to get a group together like local to do these because the because the shiny wasn't available and a lot of people were really discouraged. They are just like. I'll do use my free passes or i'll do one i'll do to. Where normally they would be like eight nine ten raids deep. They gave up really early. Don't like i can't be shining so i'm good. I got my one for you. Know my decks or whatever but it looks cool with the red drive on it. You know we. We never really even in the announcement got an you know a confirmation that it will have techno blast but obviously with the burn drive it has the fire type technaglass which is cool Saw some really cool shit..
"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 Lured Up - A Pokémon GO Podcast
"What's going on the trainers welcome to episode one hundred. Sixty two lured up. Podcast where we take pokemon go way more seriously than we do ourselves lewd ups part of pokemon professor network and today is wednesday january sixth twenty twenty one first show of the new year. And i'm your host. Ken pescatore joined by that other voice. That's adam tuttle adam. what's up. Hello hello how are you. I'm doing fantastic. Yeah even though the country is gone to hell in a handbasket. Renowned is actually funny. Because you you know my dad. It's not a fun. Well i mean like i guess in my personal life. It's funny because my dad was upset when it was the way for the other issue that was going on and because my dad was a trump supporter you know. He kept being like emina. Send you a trump flagging us like dad. Please don't do that. I don't need my house..