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"gucci michael" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast
"Hi this is Imran Ahmed founder and CEO of the business fashion and welcome to the podcast. . This week our editor at large sits down with the American designer Michael Kors discusses his plans for Fashion Week September in fact Michael Kors won't be doing a normal show at all like some of his counterparts in Europe including salary in Gucci Michael is questioning. The . efficacy of the current fashion show drill calendar, , and so he's decided to present in a completely new format launching globally on October fifteenth on the brands social and digital platforms. . He talks to Tim blanks about all of this including the confusion around the nomenclature various seasons and how he wants to clean up to. . Here's Tim blanks with Michael Kors inside fashioned. . Hello everyone and welcome to the live today with told me to micro-costs from New York. . Hello Michael Hello. Bear . Ray to cedar great to see you and we are doing this instead of actually seeing each other in September. . Yes. . That's that's that's the God's honest truth. . Unfortunately, , what are you planning to do in September when we would have been seeing each other? ? Well I have to tell you long before. . The pandemic. . I really kept thinking to myself. . I'm screeching in next year to my fortieth anniversary. . So it. . It has been time me to sort of reassess think about things and I and I just after forty years Tim I've seen that I really think the system has certainly been broken. . We can't always just do things the way we've done them in the past. . I fake. . You, , know everyone I think realizes that the whole systems mixed up doesn't make sense. . So I certainly have my wheels turning about that prior to the band. . And then of course, , being in lockdown, , you really start to analyze and I go back as someone who has been doing this for so long and once in a while back to the future is a good thing. . And you know for many decades the New York collections were after the Paris collections ended. . In fact, they , were a week after Paris ended. . And I think we never <hes> whenever inundated the consumer with too much information just as in September. . Here, , in the states, , we have Labor Day, , and it's you know the world opens up again hopefully, , right? ? At why are we confusing the consumer? ? And the press with a new season when they haven't even absorbed the one that has just arrived in the shots. . Adjusted it makes sense to me. . And you know more than ever of course where people are they're not planning months and months ahead. . You know we really are living in a time where fashion is very much always has been though it's about the emotion that you're in. . So. . Are you starting to land your wardrobe in May I? ? Don't think so I don't know who you are. . You don't have a life. . So I thought to myself. . Well, , we used to do this after Paris it allowed or journalists and retailers. . And consumer to have a breath. . And then. . In October, , it really became the perfect moment. . To show a new collection without cutting off the previous collection that had just arrived shots.
Michael Kors on Why He Left Fashion Week
"Hi this is Imran Ahmed founder and CEO of the business fashion and welcome to the podcast. This week our editor at large sits down with the American designer Michael Kors discusses his plans for Fashion Week September in fact Michael Kors won't be doing a normal show at all like some of his counterparts in Europe including salary in Gucci Michael is questioning. The efficacy of the current fashion show drill calendar, and so he's decided to present in a completely new format launching globally on October fifteenth on the brands social and digital platforms. He talks to Tim blanks about all of this including the confusion around the nomenclature various seasons and how he wants to clean up to. Here's Tim blanks with Michael Kors inside fashioned. Hello everyone and welcome to the live today with told me to micro-costs from New York. Hello Michael Hello. Bear Ray to cedar great to see you and we are doing this instead of actually seeing each other in September. Yes. That's that's that's the God's honest truth. Unfortunately, what are you planning to do in September when we would have been seeing each other? Well I have to tell you long before. The pandemic. I really kept thinking to myself. I'm screeching in next year to my fortieth anniversary. So it. It has been time me to sort of reassess think about things and I and I just after forty years Tim I've seen that I really think the system has certainly been broken. We can't always just do things the way we've done them in the past. I fake. You, know everyone I think realizes that the whole systems mixed up doesn't make sense. So I certainly have my wheels turning about that prior to the band. And then of course, being in lockdown, you really start to analyze and I go back as someone who has been doing this for so long and once in a while back to the future is a good thing. And you know for many decades the New York collections were after the Paris collections ended. In fact, they were a week after Paris ended. And I think we never whenever inundated the consumer with too much information just as in September. Here, in the states, we have Labor Day, and it's you know the world opens up again hopefully, right? At why are we confusing the consumer? And the press with a new season when they haven't even absorbed the one that has just arrived in the shots. Adjusted it makes sense to me. And you know more than ever of course where people are they're not planning months and months ahead. You know we really are living in a time where fashion is very much always has been though it's about the emotion that you're in. So. Are you starting to land your wardrobe in May I? Don't think so I don't know who you are. You don't have a life. So I thought to myself. Well, we used to do this after Paris it allowed or journalists and retailers. And consumer to have a breath. And then. In October, it really became the perfect moment. To show a new collection without cutting off the previous collection that had just arrived shots.
"gucci michael" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast
"After forty years I've seen that I really think the system has certainly been broken. We always just do things the way we've done them in the asked everyone realizes that the whole systems knicks on does it make sense I'm just wondering how seal fashioned sits into this landscape that is feet. So radically Olson to see the public come together globally inherited your after watching the horrific murder of George Floyd to everyone say no more this is done. The difficulties have forced us all to slow up but I think there's GonNa be a wonderful rebirth. Hi this is Imran Ahmed founder and CEO of the business fashion and welcome to the podcast. This week our editor at large sits down with the American designer Michael Kors discusses his plans for Fashion Week September in fact Michael Kors won't be doing a normal show at all like some of his counterparts in Europe including salary in Gucci Michael is questioning. The efficacy of the current fashion show drill calendar, and so he's decided to present in a completely new format launching globally on October fifteenth on the brands social and digital platforms. He talks to Tim blanks about all of this including the confusion around the nomenclature various seasons and how he wants to clean up to. Here's Tim blanks with Michael Kors inside fashioned. Hello everyone and welcome to the live today with told me to micro-costs from New York. Hello Michael Hello. Bear Ray to cedar great to see you and we are doing this instead of actually seeing each other in September. Yes. That's that's that's the God's honest truth. Unfortunately, what are you planning to do in September when we would have been seeing each other? Well I have to tell you long before. The pandemic. I really kept thinking to myself. I'm screeching in next year to my fortieth anniversary. So it. It has been time me to sort of reassess think about things and I and I just after forty years Tim I've seen that I really think the system has certainly been broken. We can't always just do things the way we've done them in the past. I fake. You, know everyone I think realizes that the whole systems mixed up doesn't make sense. So I certainly have my wheels turning about that prior to the band. And then of course, being in lockdown, you really start to analyze and I go back as someone who has been doing this for so long and once in a while back to the future is a good thing. And you know for many decades the New York collections were after the Paris collections ended. In fact, they were a week after Paris ended. And I think we never whenever inundated the consumer with too much information just as in September. Here, in the states, we have Labor Day, and it's you know the world opens up again hopefully, right? At why are we confusing the consumer? And the press with a new season when they haven't even absorbed the one that has just arrived in.
"gucci michael" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!
"So he designed to distributed those the the company's still does still there And Sunglasses and things like that and In that world Just like the apparel world and in many other places are big deal and a licensed brands are a big deal. So most people think of things like Like a Gucci Michael Coors Nike is a big one obviously Where they take that brand and they put it on. I wear sunglasses. And then they can obviously ask the consumer to pay a lot more because Nike's very popular brands including Nike. Didn't make the prescription glasses that I got from my in right optometrist. Right some big company bought the rights or Got Agreement with Nike to use that Swedish on their on their sunglasses. And they're in the frames and obviously now commanded much higher dollar and Nike gets on their side. They cut of the sales and also Often just kind of like flat payment. In addition to that and that that percentage of the sales they get a royalty and and it varies. It's all negotiation so everybody cuts a different deal for that But you know it's it's in theory a win win for the two companies Nike and the and the manufacturer of whatever product they licensed to and And a third win Is in again in? Theory is for the customer because they get a product that they like and they generally like it then. Yeah it's everybody wins so that that's kind of generally how royalties work right. It's Somebody who specializes in a certain product they need to kind of Pump it up with some brand power and instead of building their own brand which can take decades and it may not work they can go find another brand in an unrelated world and they can pay that brand the owner of that brand and and they're basically saying. Hey I wanNA use your logo. I WANNA use your name on my stuff. And they have brand power overnight in their in their category and everybody gets cut so in my world in eyewear as it happened like we had a need for a new kids Brandt We at the time and I believe still. The company's still is a license ee of Nickelodeon But you always want more brands in your portfolio so we had a need for additional kids brands. We had already kind of used up all the nickelodeon brands and we had sold product to all the different retailers and of course now retailers asks ask for more so we needed more kids brands and John Happens to be a big fan of one has broken in particular transformers and I remembered that our licensing director had come to me before and the licensing director is basically in charge of all the contracts and all the deals that the companies are cutting with each other She had come to me before giving be a A brand presentation from Hasbro that my company had gotten a few years before before I joined and Hasbro had actually proposed in the past a licensing deal to several eyewear manufacturers so it can go both ways you know these big companies that have brands that they think are very valuable. Obviously Hasbro makes a big deal. Their brands they know that they can make additional money. Selling just the brand licensing the brand to other companies and again the other companies do most of the work Creating the products Using those licensed brands and again what has broken is a check in the mail. What's what's that presentation called. That are the proposal called. I mean it's a licensing deck. You know it can it can be. It can be really anything it can be as gimmicky fine or as conflict straight laced in financial in nature As a company wants but It's it's a basically a licensing deck. If you said that to anybody in licensing they would they would know you were okay what you're talking about. It's like a reverse R. S. P. or something. Yeah it's it's basically would basically looks like is like in the case of Hasbro and really any company. It's them kind of saying like here are all the brands in our portfolio. Here all the brands that we own. Here's how popular they are Here's their target audience. Here are the sales every year In other licensed categories so ideally that they will say like you know this brand already works in all these different kinds of products like it's already proven successful that you can. You can put a transformers logo Autobahn Shield on just about anything and it will help sales so they kind of demonstrate that in the presentation and then sometimes they will In some cases actually kind of like put a very kind of loose structure in place at the end of the presentation. Just to give you an idea of how many years they would like an agreement with you Kind of how they healthy structure those kind of deals like at a very high level that would be at the very end of the presentation. But yeah it's mostly just the company kind of bragging on itself and trying to convince you that this sprint that these brands very popular very relevant and they work already As a licensed brand so it does happen both ways right so anyways that triggered in my head. Hey then I guess this means. Hasbro doesn't have an I wear license licensee and we need more kids brands. So let's Meet Hasbro at Licensing Expo and licensing expo is a giant trade show. That happens every year in Las Vegas and licensing. Expo looks a lot like toy fair. Frankly because there are giant booths everywhere in the trade show in the ballroom the Exhibit Hall. Hasbro's one definitely one of the bigger booths and in addition to obviously toy brands. I would say probably half. The show is toy. Brands like youth brands. Entertainment rants There are all kinds of things. So there's like a Martha Stewart booth and there's eighty Back in the day. There was a duck commander booth in. You know there's all kinds of Brands automobile brands any any company. That again wants to convince you to buy the rights to their brand and put it on your product. They are at that trade show and we as a team myself a couple of other people. We scheduled a meeting with Hasbro at their booth Which I was very excited about obviously and and we at that point. It's very casual you. Kind of meet with Hasbro's licensing director and you have your licensing director and you just can't you basically at that point you just discuss each other's companies and you're just kind of feeling each other out so. Hasbro just kind of goes back over their size and their success. And all that stuff you as a company you go over your history with licensing Your you're giving give an idea of your annual sales and you're just trying to kind of validate each other right so so after that initial meeting everybody goes home and of the licensing directors go to work and so other than the contract negotiations which are just numbers. Not as interesting. What you are doing often is showing Hasbro. Especially if Hasbro isn't very experienced in your product category you putting together prototypes in drawings and creative examples of what you do with the Hasbro brands and so you create a presentation and a pitch to Hasbro to show them. Hey we're you can trust us with your brand so we can take your logos we can take your Ip we can take your trademarks intellectual property and we can put it on our product. It's GonNa look good and people are GonNa want to buy it in. Here's what it looks like. So we sent them a presentation that showed all these transformers and my little pony and Plato product designs and concepts glasses sunglasses and all that jazz and that basically just shows them that. Hey we're not you know we're not amateurs at that at the product level and that's really what matters so you want product that will sell so you know. It's a courtship They they know that you were working kind of blind Because one thing that doesn't happen in licensing very often sometimes but usually not you don't get official artwork and yes before you cut the deal so has rose not going to send you all the official files for like transformers stuff. They did that. Yeah Yeah So. You're they know there's kind of a wink wink that they know that you're scrapping together. Things you find on the Internet and doing the best you can to just kind of concept stuff them so if everybody's happy with what they see a deal is kind of agreed pod and you know kind of what that is at a fundamental level is. It's a number of years. You guys agree to how many years you're going to be partners up. Basically how many years is Hasbro going to promise that you are the only company that's GonNa make transformers glasses or transformers wrapping paper or transformers clean? X.'s put your protected from From Hasbro going out and finding another partner however in some cases Companies do sign. Non exclusive deals. They're less expensive They're higher risk obviously But most deals in our exclusive so the company like Hasbro's committing to you Three years five years six years. Whatever it is that no other competitor in your space is going to get these brands and And then you also agree to the percentage of royalties so again that is. Hasbro is going to take a percent of your sales of their branded products. They'RE GONNA put it in their pocket and then the final thing. That's kind of like a updates of these agreements is a minimum so that is sales minimum. And it's basically agreeing to a minimum payment that the company is going to give Hasbro So you the LICENSEE Hasbro's licensor Hasbro is giving you their brand. You're taking their brand. So they are the licensor. And you're the licensing so as the licensee you're promising Hasbro that hey no matter how good or bad sales are and sometimes things don't work out even if the sales are terrible. I'm going to at least give you this much money every year. That's your minimum agreement. And you agree to that too so That's Kinda Reassurance from Hasbro that we're going to get at least something for for our trouble in at least something for risking giving our brand to somebody else. So when those things are all lined up what happens is then you get the official artwork in content and all that stuff and you know. In a case of a company's biggest Hasbro were nickelodeon or Mattel or or any of those kind of entertainment at brands. Of course that's very organized and clean and and you are you as the license. You are kind of kept up to date and you're you are regularly kind of seasonally sent new content which in some cases can be spoilers. If you're interested or knowledgeable into brand you do from time to time get sneak. Peeks at stuff pretty far advanced because the artwork and the creative content that accompany like Hasbro will give the t shirt maker or the I wear maker or again. Any of these licensees. They prepare that artwork way in advance very very far advanced. And they give that to us so we have plenty of time to design product. Get it manufactured often overseas. And have it brought over in time for it to hit market around the time. That has bruce core products. The toys are hitting the market. So everything looks pretty much like it's coordinated So we get we get stuff very far in advance and of course you sign nondisclosure agreements. So that's that's part of the deal for sure That a lot of the artwork that you're seen Six MONTHS EIGHT MONTHS. Nine months in advance That is confidential and your factories also half understanding that this is confidential and everybody does the best that they can. S- you to keep the secret so to speak. We know it's not a perfect system but I will say that John was very discreet. Oh thank you I would like you know. It'd be nice. Know some of this stuff but no mum's the word that's true. Yeah that's true that's true you especially again like if you have any knowledge of the brand like you would see certain things that would be exciting to share. But you honor that agreement because you never know and again. That's the agreement so we we see kind of across sports really hard to keep that secret the more people that are kind of exposed to that stuff especially when you get close to toy fair but but that's so anyway so once once the agreement is kind of set. One thing that I didn't cover is Approvals so like I said when when in the courtship when you guys are trying to get the deal with the company You're doing the best you can to make concepts that you think will make Hasbro happy. Wants the deals cut? Though when you have all the official artwork in all the stuff that you need the assets that you need to make real product now it's game time and now you have to make prototypes of the real stuff. So and this is for any product category has included has rudas like test shots in drawings and in that kind of stuff that we're familiar with all the all the licensed licensing companies all the licensees. They do the same thing The difference is they have to submit that stuff to Hasbro for approval so you're submitting prototypes of your product to.
"gucci michael" Discussed on KCRW
"I was I was just what I had to call the fire department I didn't know what else to call I mean at night it's only gonna get worse as the night progresses the store has been even worse for people outside first responders rescued a man living in an encampment along Burbank Boulevard in the supported a basin Ellie fire department captain Tom hens can told KTLA five he started suffering from hypothermia when his home took on water well it's all the water this is just for grins also successfully rescued a homeless man in echo park after tree fell on him this morning animal rights activist in California are celebrating with they say was a productive twenty nineteen several laws went on the books this year to strengthen protections KCRW's met Gil and has a look at some of the provisions enacted this year and what's ahead in twenty twenty from the big top to the top shelf the state's new laws are impacting animal products performances and policies twenty nineteen saw the state legislature passed bans on fur trapping and the sale of fur products what was once seen as high fashion it's fallen out of favor with consumers and designers in recent years the likes of Prada Gucci Michael cores and others have all pledged to be for free in addition to for another luxury goods bound for the black list say goodbye to crocodile shoes or alligator handbags starting on the first of the year it'll be a misdemeanor to import or sell products made from the once coveted reptiles the circus entered a new era this year as well governor Gavin Newsom signed a ban on performing animals like elephants and other exotic creatures according to the Sacramento bee the law makes exceptions for dogs cats and horses that is K. C. R. W.'s Matt Guillemin it wasn't quite galactic but it was still an impressive debut for Star Wars the rise of sky Walker this weekend at north American movie theaters the latest in the saga earned an estimated one hundred seventy five million dollars between Thursday and Sunday to lead the holiday box office race support for NPR comes from the Kauffman foundation working together with communities in education and entrepreneurship to create uncommon solutions and empower people to shape their lives and be more successful more online at Kaufman dot org from NPR news this is All Things Considered I'm Elsa Chang and I'm ari Shapiro Boeing's CEO is out the company announced today that Dennis Mullen Berg is stepping down immediately this comes fourteen months into a disastrous period for Boeing the company's been under unrelenting pressure from airlines from the FAA from Congress and from family members of victims after two deadly plane crashes we'll hear from one of those family members in a moment the crisis began last year when a Boeing seven thirty seven MAX eight jet crashed into the Java sea in October killing a hundred eighty nine passengers and crew then in March of this year a second crash in Ethiopia at a press conference the CEO of Ethiopian airlines that all one hundred fifty seven people on board have been killed today is a very side and tried to date for all of us at the developments the seven thirty seven MAX planes have been grounded since March both crashes involved a software system called M. casted overrode the pilot's controls and push the plane's nose is downward lawmakers and victims family members say Boeing should have done more to admit to and fix the problems in October Dennis Mullen Berg testified in front of Congress will be half of myself and the Boeing company we are sorry deeply and truly sorry Michael still mo was in the audience that day his daughter Samuel was on the Ethiopian airlines flight the second plane which crashed in March since then he's been working to hold bone accountable for what happened and calling for changes in how the industry is regulated welcome thank you first what's your reaction to Boeing's decision today more than a year after the first crash to fire the CEO it's a good first step more is needed there should be resignations on the board itself with the private equity board members in the celebrity ambassador board members low quality board you say it's a low quality board I know you've been really critical of the whole culture at Boeing where the company shifted from a focus on engineers and safety to what you characterize the focus on business executives and profits do you think that broader cultural shift at the company is responsible for the events that led to your daughter's death absolutely David Calhoun is now the head of the board he's been around since two thousand nine under the McNerney era the prior CEO and now Mollen Burke you it in Rocha quality then when they fired engineers they outsourced to low cost countries outsourced software writing and all the while we're extracting wells and doing financial engineering but not innovation and safety engineering so this is the kind of criticism that you are leveling of the company goes far beyond two crashes or even a single model of airplane to the fundamentals of the company itself do you think that this kind of activism can make as deep and systemic the changes as as you were looking for I don't know if you call what I'm doing activism make you they blow all my family they kill Sam yeah and and we're we're starting to figure out why but I do know that when you have the things that you know we now know they knew if you are a manufacturing CEO and you find these things are going on in your plan you fix it now you go in you clean house you put in systems to detect the stuff before it gets out of hand you do not sweep it under the rug it is bad management and it kills people in this case you've also been critical of the role of government regulators the Federal Aviation Administration what kind of change do you think is necessary at the FAA sure we simply need to move delegation back to the way it was just before two thousand five when Congress passed a law requiring the S. eight A. two oh source virtually all certification and design work to the manufacturer when you're for two thousand five you're talking about a shift where there used to be investigators with a relative degree of independence inspecting the safety at Boeing and that was replaced by investigators who reported directly to Boeing managers that's right in before five the safety culture could stop the process if there was a problem happening after two thousand five increasingly they could not because they were overruled by Boeing managers who wanted to keep it quiet the country right now is having a debate over the role and size of government where democratic presidential candidates are pushing for tighter controls on corporations and Republicans including president trump are saying the American economy is strong because companies have been given more room to breathe how do you situate the fight that you are having with Boeing with the FAA into this larger national conversation more regulation versus less regulation is the wrong frame make there's no out some should be gotten rid of some shouldn't but in this case everybody flies we know what now happens after these planes that Boeing is been allowed to self certify self regulate and we have found as families that both Republicans and Democrats congressmen and senators they fly their families fly their staff flies and they don't want to die in a plane that's Michael stew mow his daughter Samuel was killed when a Boeing seven thirty seven Max flight crashed earlier this year thank you for speaking with us today thank you Americans are dying younger and what's driving that downward trend in life expectancy is higher death rates among people who should be in their prime people from twenty five years of age to sixty four one major cause of that's is a spike in fatal drug overdoses NPR's Melissa block went to the Ohio River valley which has seen some of the largest increases in mid life mortality to meet some of the people directly affected I drive along this stretch of the Ohio River between West Virginia and Ohio takes you past the whole king rusted skeletons.
"gucci michael" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"At ten thirty for Macy's is going for free the retailer has announced that it will stop selling for merchandise by the end of the twenty twenty fiscal year that goes for both Macy's and Bloomingdale's private brands and brand partners they say high quality faux fur option will be available the move comes as part of a partnership with the Humane Society of the United States to end the sale of for all together this follows a number of high end fashion brands going for free in recent years including Prada Gucci Michael cores and Barbary looks like Lori Loughlin make cop a plea after all TMZ says this is in the wake of a slap on the wrist for Felicity Huffman prosecutors wanted hers sent to jail for a year but the actress got only two weeks behind bars based on the charges against lock when she could land in jail for up to forty years TMZ says the US attorney may not want to risk getting a conviction only to have the judge sends Laughlin to a month or less the mall reports said Russia was still actively working to interfere in our elections and here's more evidence of that Facebook is crackdown on state run foreign intrusions from both Russia and Iran Facebook says it has taken action to stop this information leading up to the twenty twenty presidential election the company says it is taken down for sites that originated in Russia and Iran Facebook says the disinformation campaigns were aimed at causing political discord and racial tension in some cases the fake accounts posed as real users to praise president trump and attack former vice president Joe Biden correspondent Dave Shriver the president of Turkey says some thirteen hundred Kurdish fighters have yet to get out of northern Syria correspondent James long and tells us the clock is ticking today the five day pulls in fighting officially comes to an end both sides accuse the other of breaking the agreement but the world will be watching today to see if president had one we don't chase hazing cogent internal in Syria he's meeting with Vladimir Putin today to discuss next steps that's a clear sign of Russia's increasing influence a as the US backs off as American forces leave that position we see that because healthy with potatoes by desperate now one re for that safety these troops well once hailed as heroes by the because remember very different picture now feeling abandoned by the U. S. the Kurds of reached out to the Syrian government which is backed by Russia fifty eight degrees and cloudy going up to sixty two.
"gucci michael" Discussed on 710 WOR
"From New York City land Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning on seven ten W O R six twenty three it's Wednesday already. I guess we're gonna have another cool day. And then we'll finally warm up Friday and Saturday talk about El Chapo hair and a little avenue, but oh, Mike odd. Log island wants to it. Hey, mike. I can't tell if this is a compliment or not what do you want to tell me? Yes. Good morning, gentlemen. I love the show. Then I agree with you one hundred percent when you do sports. Thank you. Thank you. Okay. Thanks for calling. You you feel better than yesterday because you were very upset. You say believe very angry. I think can be better yesterday a little bit. You were like the liberal version of Todd Schnitt. Yeah. Well, he was very very upset that. Joe? That was that was that was fine. Yeah. I felt bad afterwards. My parents were upset too. Yeah. I apologize enough. Where my mother said well. How come taste that attack that nice news? Everybody felt that. Yeah. Yeah. Striking outlet. You were very angry. They were. Yeah. The Muller exoneration. Let me really upset by the first segment of the show. I called Republicans a bunch of idiots. That's that's calm. Well, you're Linda Calcio Cortez. What can I say Leno Cossio Cortez? All right, Mike, you should see his bug eyes yesterday morning. Well states over the next sports cast, which will agree with one hundred percent. Actually, I did for my mother. She was very upset that you attack. I was just kidding. You weren't. You know, I went back. I went back and listen. Oh, I did. I listened to the podcast, and there was some rawness. There was Mike and Joe was really shocked by it. I didn't I didn't articulate my case. I was. There's a fine line that Joe walks. He does newscasts and then when the newscast is over he gives opinion. So when I said that how come when did he become such a right wing weirdo? I unfortunately, included that as part of his newscast. I didn't mean his newscast is great. It's fair. It's accurate. I meant wants the newscast is over when did you become? So I don't think I'm a right wing wacko. Well, I do so you like him when he's giving the news then after the news, you see, I just don't like the fact he just, you know, immediately knee jerk, you know, about you know, pro-trump, and I it's just you know, it's possible that Trump gets things wrong now. And again, I agree with you. Well, you never seem to say that you never say that you always go negative against him. And this is this is one of the things that bothers me. And this is why sometimes I find myself forced to support the president or defend them, even though. Oh, I may not because it's not fair the way everything is spun on a negative way. Everything in the media is always negative toward Trump, and it is in basis. A fact it isn't there is another side that has never brought out. There isn't a, but I'm trying to think of positive, and there really aren't a lot of positives. I mean, I I did support the Korean thing. And I don't I don't I think he did the right thing by Lynn. The Russian thing was a hoax. Nothing there. I wanna read the wrong. Gosh. All right. I want to read the report it's entirely possible that the there was stuff there, but not enough to prosecute much like the Hillary Clinton excuse. I don't know. But you hope nobody hope mcmullin was pretty clear on the interpretation of Muller Muller's interpretation of Muller. It is interesting. The left is not accepting the Muller report. No. I mean, they were running it down MSNBC yesterday. They were running it down on CNN. Rachel madoff. Forget if prosecute him. Absolutely. No, they they believe that there was Russian collusion. And they simply are not going to accept a report that they said, we must must wait and see. Let's let's move on for. So we'll get back to this a little bit later but get when you attack. Joe you Joe I was just annoyed that okay, forget I've said it already. Hey. El Chapo wants a new trial. Yeah. They're citing that the jurors there was misconduct. They did follow the case they were following media reports. I think we knew that after the trial was overall now defense attorneys say they want a new trial because of jury misconduct, and I you know, what? They may have a case. I don't know if the judge is gonna go for it. But it was a three month trial. They're gonna start all over. But you know, they have a little bit of a case that the jurors were following what was going on. Not to follow the news on social media. But you can't confiscate the jurors phone, so but come on, you know, chop. Well, no, actually, I if he's gonna another trial and could get off still room to think that he might be in us all right now and this morning of all places of anarchy is gonna show up on CBS. They gave us a little preview here. I'm gonna why he's talking and he's digging himself a grave. He's even worse after he's accused of trying to shake down Nike put out some tweets saying a lot of people on Nike will have to account for their criminal conduct. He put out in the tweet people think he's digging his own Gravier. But here's a sneak preview of if you care what he has to say. I am nervous. I'm concerned. I'm scared. I feel terrible for my family. I feel bad for my friends. Most people are sticking by me. They believe in me. They know what I'm all about. So I've been very fortunate in that they got him on. I'm nervous. I'm scared. I'm I'm all those things. And if I wasn't and wanna make a lot of sense, he's just a vein ego maniacal grandstanded. I hope they throw the book at them. They've got charged on sucrose. They're gonna entirely separate charge on the west coast of of stealing clients, money and fraud wire fraud and fraudulently applying for a Bank loan or insurance. I mean, he's no world in trouble. Anyway, we'll hear from him later this morning. We have right now. We're gonna hear from my favorite news man in the world, Joe Bartlett. Good morning. Joe? Good morning Lyn all unvaccinated kits in Rockland county are banned from public places because of an outbreak of measles. There are one hundred fifty three confirmed cases in the county executive Ed day says previous action has been met with resistance health. Inspectors. Have been hung up upon what's whole not to call. Again. They've been told when not discussing this do not come back when vision the homes of infected individuals as part of their investigations, by the way, this is the largest outbreak of measles in the US since the disease was radical in two thousand a deal in Albany to extend mayoral control of city schools. A three year extension was approved. It will get the mayoral control through June of twenty twenty two beyond mayor de Blasios term the deal also includes change to allow for more parental involvement that the mayor supports. I think we can do better on the empowerment of parents. I know the chance for feels the same. And I think there's a growing consensus on ways that we can do that. Now this change will include one more parent appointed to the thirteen member panel for education policy, but the majority of the appointments are done by the mayor the state legislature and Albany moving to ban plastic bags and add a five cent fee for paper bags low income New Yorkers would be exempt advocates say this is about protecting the environment. By the way, the push for congestion pricing. Seems to be all okay. They're ironing out the final details. But it looks like this is going to get done drivers will be charged to come south of sixtieth street in Manhattan. Still not sure at the moment. How much it's going to cost us take a wild implement won't Joe. I don't think. So. No, you think they'll be able to do it quickly gonna put up these electron tolls. Boom, boom for you know, paying. That's the issue for me is you know, there's talking about these carve outs. Well, if you come across the tappan Zee or. Any of the other bridges? You may get a discount you'll get deducted from what you might have to pay at south. But about know the GW bridge. No, no break for New Jersey residents. Should we give them a exactly exactly you guys pay so much anyway, you won't notice pay enough in guest Akzo right bags congestion? Oh my God. Okay. Zwilling real estate up on his computer every time. I walk by knowing slang words that we use. Yeah. What would you say slang words this? I like I agree with selling samples. Yeah. This is the number one word that we find annoying goat. What does it ghost greatest of all time? A weird heard that before. Oh, yeah. Recent years, they call GO AT greatest volts see think someone's a goat. Because normally, you know, a hero. Yeah. The bad guy screws up in sports. But now they've used this phrase. Go grateful, Michael Jordan, Tom Brady, or whatever here's another one Beihai. Didn't even know what this was. Friend or girlfriend? The bay. Fifteen all this of crossword puzzles, really. Henry Henry is up at what is of like that. While you're you're you're so Hungary, you're angry. I don't mind that one angry. That's a good phrase. All right here. The others in the top five Gucci. Like a bag then. Yeah. I guess. Yeah. And ghost. What does? Oh, go when you go somebody. Yeah. Ask what you don't take their calls. You don't disappear. Gucci Gucci mane. This is slang. I guess for designer stuff. Right. No one is a g UCR. Maybe it's a phrase you're going Gucci. You know, you fancy as something that's highly coveted good. That's a Gucci. Yes. So like you Michael Gucci Michael's Gooch. I was gonna say maybe Joe if you do the story, you should know what the what it means. Dead accused we appear you. Here we go. I'm not gonna say that. Documentary. Len who's trying to think of slang words that I know. I mean gimme five that's Myra. Give me five. Beatnik slang Neto groovy. What you're talking about Willis? Well, Thanks, Joe. It's about time a war on robocalls. And we do have your daily dose of a OC outrage. W traffic..
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"Lots headlines we didn't get to even a teeny tiny fraction of them. We'll have more stories over the coming weeks. But this was kind of an interesting one, timing wise, a lot of talk about for in in New York and just in fashion circles in general, and if you want to know, what's on the out list, it would be real for Burberry, which has come under fire recently talked about it a couple of weeks because of burning all of their well. Yeah, extra actually said they're not gonna destroy products anymore will gosh what a decision that is. So smart. So they said that. But what I mean, which is kind of like a big like our great good to know. Did they say what they're gonna do with it? They did they said that they vowed to work toward becoming more eco conscious and addressing that consumers want to shop products that are better for the environment. In one of the reasons why if you were to make any sense of any brand destroying perfectly good product, one of the reasons why it is somewhat more common among luxury brands is because they want to avoid bringing down their prices. They don't wind at TJ Maxx. Anywhere on the secondary market. And so they would rather destroy it. So that you have to go by twelve need some. Yeah. You look at all of the innovations today in using materials. Well, jeans. Yes, I mean, all the things people are doing turn us the material to make different products. Try something else if it's not selling. So there's that. And then there's the first story and Burberry shared a post on Instagram this week new era Burberry modern luxury they will no longer use animal for including rabbit, FOX, mink and raccoon as well. As angora wool newly-appointed, creative director Ricardo till she. I I think well, I think it might be well in any event. So. Yeah. And one of several brands that has made the same statement, she Gucci Michael Kors, Tom Ford, furloughs Givenchy all have gone for free. Yeah. But what I thought was interesting too. Is there they're there? Joining designers like sell a McCartney Ralph Lauren Vivienne Westwood, right? We have done this free. Totally and Burberry said they're gonna they'll take their existing for products. They'll be phased out of the stores and the ban will take place immediately. Yeah. So this is their big statement. We think that modern luxury that doesn't take into account the social and environmental responsibility really has. No. Meaning now customers are not happy. If you don't care about the environment. They live. Yeah. Well, they realized that I mean, it took them a little while. I mean, come on. But yeah, I think that's exactly. Exactly true. Yeah. Interest. I tell you me, which you probably didn't see it when I just said Stella McCartney, it reminded me, you didn't see Paul McCartney on Jimmy Fallon the other night. Did you know funny thing he's got a new album out Egypt station or something like that? Anyway, they did it thing where there were people ordinary folk like you, and I are coming up on an elevator to go to a tour and they had the elevator accidentally stop at the wrong floor. And so the doors open, and there are Paul McCartney Jimmy Fallon in one instance, they're sitting reading like a newspaper in the elevator opens in the just put the newspapers down the reaction of the people in another. They're playing ping pong in front of the doors. When the one woman started to get out in the elevator operator grabbed her and pulled her back in because that wasn't allowed. But they did all these funny things with all of these people who had no idea that they were going to be there when the doors. I didn't wanna sing with Paul McCartney. No, he let him saying he just he fan. He was he's a crazy fan and for the first ten minutes. I swear Paul McCartney didn't say a word because he was he brought his old vinyl records to show him. How he had all of these records of his he couldn't even believe that. He was really nice..