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"isabella blow" Discussed on The Dark Side Of

The Dark Side Of

04:54 min | 2 months ago

"isabella blow" Discussed on The Dark Side Of

"Thought McQueen was a beyond talent genius. mckean was catching his rising star high end American stores, Neiman Marcus, and Bergdorf Goodman stocked his. The prestigious UK Boutique Browns bought his collection and the British fashion awards named him designer of the year. By mid Nineteen ninety-six Twenty, eight year old McQueen was one of the most in demand designers in the world other labels took notice in the fall of that year luxury Paris brand GIOVANNUCCI offered McQueen the plum job of creative director as one of the top management roles in fashion he'd have more influence than ever and McQueen would make four, hundred, fifty, thousand pounds a year more money than he'd ever made. But he didn't jump to see yes he'd have to move to Paris which had a more elitist fashion industry than London. Also, McQueen was never a fan of the label to a friend. He wants called Giovanni dresses horrible McQueen went back and forth for a few days before settling on a decision in October of nineteen, Ninety six, he finally put his reservations aside he accepted the job and moved to Paris. The fashion world and the press were in shock. McQueen was only twenty eight years old and had only made eight collections. His shows were controversial to say the least. Meanwhile. GIVENCHY was elegant luxury brand from Paris. It seemed like a round peg was being forced into a square hole. The Guardian called McQueen a bull in a fashion shop many industry people thought it was all a publicity stunt everyone anticipated that McQueen would fail Giovane she's certainly had high expectations for McQueen. He was responsible for making four collections a year, which was no small task on top of producing two shows annually for his own label. McQueen claimed he wasn't overwhelmed. He said, I, may be quite mad on the public circuit but I've got my head screwed on tight with a wrench for help he hired his favourite collaborators including stylist Katy England. McQueen, even brought on his boyfriend at the time Murray Arthur to help with accounts. The one person missing from that roster was his former confidant Isabella blow while McQueen was thankful for her support he also wanted. To distance himself from blow, she was flighty irresponsible and prone to acting radic one time. She accompanied McQueen and his associate on the Eurostar train to Paris while waiting on the platform blow befriended a young model and convinced her to swap clothes in public blow and the model thought it was hilarious but McQueen was humiliated with the amount of pressure he was under he couldn't count her work to reflect positively on him Giovanni. Blow was devastated by this denial. After all, she was the one who purchased the first collection he ever made. She saw herself as his mentor and number, one fan to her McQueen had callously cast her aside still blow dutifully attended his first Giovanni. She show in January of Nineteen, ninety seven and on that night all eyes were on the designer. Even the models were nervous. The show's theme was the myth of Jason and the argonauts McQueen thought the quest for the Golden Fleece would fit nicely with GIOVANNUCCI zone white and gold label. He even made a concentrated effort to tone down his own style but of course, McQueen couldn't help but include his own small touches. One model wore a gold body suit and a white satin coat with an excessively long train. Another woman on the runway wore a wig made of hair shaped into horns. Other models bared their nipples which were painted gold despite his best efforts. The show was McQueen's signature style not Javan cheese the fashion world called the display to youthful and outrageous for the brand later. McQueen admitted that the designs were bad. His first show for givenchy had failed. And it wouldn't be the only one. Next, Alexander McQueen bounces back, but his mental health takes a precarious.

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"isabella blow" Discussed on The Dark Side Of

The Dark Side Of

05:39 min | 2 months ago

"isabella blow" Discussed on The Dark Side Of

"British Vogue stylist. Isabella blow. She. Was In trance by his controversial collection and bought it for five thousand pounds. But blow wanted more. She made a deal with McQueen. If he made more clothes for her, he could live in one of her family's properties Grand Victorian House. At this point, McQueen was desperate to move out of his mother's house. So he agreed. Soon, McQueen realized that he and blow were kindred spirits despite her family's wealth. They shared a dark history filled with tragic deaths and suicide like McQueen. She used fashion as an armor and an escape from grim realities as the two grew closer blow began to call McQueen by his middle name Alexander. She thought the moniker sounded more grand for designer and McQueen obliged professionally he started going by Alexander McQueen the twenty-three-year-old designed clothes for blows British vogue photo shoots including one featuring her and her husband. It was a huge opportunity for the novice designer. McQueen's outfits were hit the British vogue spread was published in November of Nineteen, ninety two. But despite McQueen's career milestone, he was still broke twenty-something who lived primarily on unemployment benefits. He kept designing clothes but was desperate to keep his state. Payments his main source of income. Thus, it became an increasingly tricky situation when McQueen started to receive press attention soon, Aski- magazine journalist wanted to write an article about McQueen's clothing. He was excited about the publicity but panicked about a photo of himself being published. He had always been self conscious about his appearance, but he was also scared to lose his benefits. If the UK's Department of Social Security spotted McQueen's photo, they might think he had a steady income after all and cut him off. On the day of the photo, shoot McQueen and the photographer came up with an idea. McQueen wrapped his own face in gaffer's tape. It was an iconic photo that introduced the world to the designer yet allowed him to hide his identity. McQueen continued to peel back his layers through his art revealing a small collection titled Taxi Driver in Early Nineteen Ninety three at the Ritz Hotel In.

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"isabella blow" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

04:26 min | 5 months ago

"isabella blow" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Uh um I just kind of using that to get off. My just like you did beginning No, no, Go ahead. When players Whatever professional Aaron's say something that is purely anti somatic, they know what they're saying. Just because of Isabella. Blow back. I didn't. Yes, you did. You meant every word you said. Ah, which goes for the show on And it goes for anyone else. Even some of your callers earlier were defaced a medic. One guy said he's called assumed station. Come on. They does. Don't think That these players are capable off the anti Semetic and they are and it's hard for these people to believe that it was coming out of their mouth all well of golden Disc a rag When I meet that guy I'm going to learn about Yes. You're just doing it to save your own. Whatever. Yeah, Steve, I I'm sorry. I don't know. Listen to listen. No, You're of course you're your This is your speaking your peace. I am. Who am I to speak for you? What I was going to say was I'm just I am so upset. You know, I had seeing you know when you grow up and you kind of live in your own little bubble, and you don't You really don't know what the world's all about and As happy as I am to see everybody having an open dialogue now, Lee and that's the start to fix fixing so many issues that have been wrong. It's is equally upsetting to see how many people Um, are still you know, to see some people who are still full of hate, and I guess the best way to put it This is what brings it out. And You know, I mean, I know it's All histories that some people just want a disregard. But I had my grandfather was also Germany and was involved in the Holocaust at I Never met him, but I heard stories about it from my parents. Yeah. Ah, and it just burns by bleep. You hear people say it never happened. It's a fake slip. I know it's over. It's over already that Z leave history. That's why they're so at the prophetic because The Jewish people really don't want to get involved in this thing, and they always get love with morons. Come out big statements. A zoo. By the way. I really surprised that Roger Goodell has said nothing, not a peep, and that's even more. Disgraceful anything else because there are a number of Owners. Who are Jewish? Yeah, either way, I mean, whether they were or they were not. I mean, this is but you will get out when I opened up. His big mouth is a book of war. Ah, let what black lives. Oh, he was right on top of black. Oh, yeah, we're going on. And he and he should have been just about no, no, no, you are and he should have been on top of black lives matter. And I'm glad that he's that he that he was and it was, you know, threw his support as he should have. But to your point, though, I am very disappointed. That he hasn't atleast, you know, said something about this when this is one of the show in Jackson's on 1/5 wide receiver on the team, you know he is one. He is a known name around the NFL and has been around for a very long time. No dummy, either. Who is Shawn? Yeah, Well, I didn't know this. And I didn't know that at the Oh, yeah, He didn't know what he was doing. He didn't realize Yes, he did. Come on. Don't be morons. Yeah, I mean, it's it's Steve. Thanks. Man is always it's Some people are not educated the way you would think some people are just, you know, I mean, look at it. The best case. I mean, I hate this is not a comparison. But when this happened, you know, I thought back to Ah, not Riley Cooper. Riley Cooper was ah moron for doing what he did on absolute moron and Jeffrey Laurie and how you and Jeffrey Lurie and Chip Kelly were were ridiculous. For keeping him on the roster. Absolutely ridiculous..

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"isabella blow" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

Monocle 24: Section D

03:37 min | 6 months ago

"isabella blow" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

"To you by the team behind Monaco dedicated weekly design program, and I'm your host Josh Venit in h shot episode we rummage through the ideas covered and browse the metaphorical bookshelf. Untold Tales Interesting asides this week. Monaco's Robert Bound considers how back issues magazines can act as tactile time machines. Nothing quite like a fresh water of print hot off the press pay printing smelling finer than bakery. See like it. But what about the Golden Oldies? The back issues? The magazines of your you stored and wondered when that rainy day might fall well, it has been a little damp of late underfoot, and so I reached into the archive and I've never been happy. Back issues are a tactile time machine march, one thousand, nine hundred Vanity Fair, shouted London swings again and featured Liam Gallagher and Patsy Kensit looking hot, but hung over in a union jack bed on the cover. Better though was David Lachapelle shot of Alexander McQueen and Isabella blow escaping from castle. They just torched dress, just pantomime dames. That year has the sweetest most natural cover shot at the spice go. There is a group boy smelled pouted as though their careers depended on. The two thousand four vogue is a trove of cigarettes perilously close to needing a tap front rows at fashion shows Amanda Cabinet and J. Jagger and tech pages, featuring the brand new ipod mini, and the very blue, looking black rain. toughing my way to the back of the cupboard, I thumbed through a national. Geographic from the magazine. Centennial Year of Nineteen. Thousand nine hundred eight and Shiva at the ghosts of war. Cover Abana crusted Mitsubishi zero lying on the bed of the Pacific. I know that it's monstrously not to have June ninety four issue of Motor Sport, but it commemorated both et and senator, who tragically died the month before, and that very magazines on seventieth anniversary. Strain, skillful editorial, balancing actors performed with Beautiful Arco photography among the ads for auto, grim and the brand new golf GTI. In fact is often the ads that are the real Proustian Madeline. Back to that two thousand four vogue, and the door of the couture meets highstreet trend. Karl Lagerfeld. Experience a moment in fashion in history. Called, looking trim and unknowable in shades and twenty thousand nine quid white realm. Type back issues into Google and you may get a piece of stock photography of a man, wincing and clutching his lettuce, dos, I or possibly his erectile spin. That's because the Internet doesn't know what back issues are, or what paper is and what it means to you and to me it's archive is a silo in Arizona Norton, a study or sitting room ready to be plundered for entertainment. Benigno magazines then it's like binning your memories. Look gets really interesting that the back of the cupboard. Multiple..

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"isabella blow" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

11:26 min | 8 months ago

"isabella blow" Discussed on WGN Radio

"That makes us smile and laugh maybe forget about all the stress and anxiety that were under right now I'm sure that you saw the ninety three year old a photo of her that went viral last week she is in Pittsburgh and there was a photo of her with a core course light in hand and a placard that read I need more beer it went viral it was shared more than five million times and lucky for her Molson cores site and they decided they were gonna send her a hundred and fifty ice cold beers she doesn't have to pass around anybody because she's not having anybody over because of the quarantine anyway but now she has a supply of a hundred fifty ice cold beers and she's a seminal Pennsylvania native and she says that she's been staying at home to help flatten the curve just like you have and to keep everyone including her safe during the pandemic and she was quoted as saying I was on my last twelve cans of a beer every night you know what beer has vitamins in it it's good for you thank goodness as long as you don't overdo it as soon as the delivery of the ten cases of beer arrived she cracked one open on her porch and she said that tastes pretty good so cheers to all of their NFC and her daily tradition a course light that's awesome and they made a standing offer to her and her family that more beer is on the way whenever they're ready for a restock so there you go that's definitely made me smile something else that's been making me smile on social media is I've been following an Instagram page that features a very special cat and it seems that there's different photos of this cat the cat's name is Charlie it's a girl cat that has different hats and the artists that's behind these these hats are spectacular I'm gonna have her talk about the because she can describe them better than I can but it's just really made me smile and and forget about whatever's going on and the artist is joining us now high Kendall thank you so much for having me thanks so much for being with us I didn't do a good job describing what you're doing but first of all what tell me about the sort of art forms that you're involved in I thank the hobbyist and I do a lot of embroidery and I'd just like to craft for one quite a bit and I've been putting little happened my cat food she was a kitten she really like it it's weird I don't understand that but I'm going with it and when all this really started happening I found that the thing that made me the most happy was looking at her and her little happy and then it kind of went from there and it kind of got a little a little weird and really fun speaking with Kendall cost he's been making these really spectacular artistic hats they look like they come off of project runway for her cat and of course you do have to mention that your cat Charlie does enjoy wearing the hats just in case I don't want anyone texting us she really does like and it's not on our head for very long now and she I mean I have made in malls though she could not come off within seconds and without even at leading effort and she did keep the lan she doesn't care if your money what because of the stay at home order and the fact that you aren't able to go to work in your home all the time your hat making level the hat making that's going on for your cat right right now has gone to a whole new level degree I found some good inspiration I'm channeling my inner Philip Tracey and making them pretty funny stuff and I think what's making them really special is that I haven't bought a single new thing to make anything happen they're all just things that I'm finding around my house that I'm utilizing and weird funny way than it been really really of a fun thing for me to do what can you describe some of your favorite hot creations the one that comes to mind that I feel as though people would be able to conjure up an imagine right now is that the hat that was worn at William and Kate's wedding and it was by I forgot one of the queen's nieces yeah Beatrice princess Beatrice yeah that was really fun that was kind of like when things really started to go off and it was just it's just a piece of pink card stock that I colored in with a colored pencil and kind of put on at embroidery hoop and put on our head and it turned out so well that I thought I just keep don I mean it looks like an exact miniature replica and you know very artistic if you want to describe some of the other inspirations of course you keep mentioning Phillip Tracy which is the famed hat designer that British royalty made famous I think princess Diana really made that hat designer famous yeah he's been kind of a fashion icon for a long time and he has that been following my accountant commenting on every single picture and everything all time it makes me so happy I can't believe that so can tell it's the ideal of Tracy is now following your Instagram account in commentary on the cat hats incredible well I need to do what if they offer you a job what if they want you to me and I'm open he told me that it's been really cheering him up every day and that that's the goal for me I would be a little happy with that I keep getting all these messages from friends and family that they're looking forward to my post every day and that it's the first time that some people smile and laugh that day and I just feel like if nothing else comes of this at least I'm bringing a little bit of joy to people who need it right now the least I could do well the Instagram page your handle is no thank you no thanks and it's also spelled out so it's no thank you no thanks all one word because that's how handles work on that on Instagram so in the hats some of the you posted your first photo let me start that over the first photo is of your cat Charlie with the hat that you've designed and then the second photo is of the inspirational photo and often it includes a lot of famous models that are wearing these hats yeah H. Johnson I am Campbell and Isabella blow who I've loved and considered an integrate like a fashion creation for a very long time I find I can't describe how fantastic these hats are one of them looks like a giant butterfly bonnet it is how many butterflies men into this hat for your cat I think there's like seventy or something like that and every single one of them with hand painted in attached by wire and glass you can train it each of those butterflies seven lies on this can't happen yes you're hearing me properly he just joined this these are hats that are designed for a cat yeah I mean it's not a impossible project by any means it's been really fun and it's been definitely take my mind off of everything that's going on because there's a lot happening in my life and it's just been a really fun distractions but also bring in a little bit of joy to other people well I love the positive feedback that you've been getting because I look forward to what had your cat is going to be wearing when I log on to Instagram it does brighten my day it makes me smile but it also you're doing this even though you're going through a difficult time because you've been laid off of work absolutely ABS so what's that like for you have you been coping obviously making these hats but how is it what's it been like I mean it's it's been really it's been really hard when you work at someone I work at Lula cafe and when you when you work at a place like that it's definitely a family you have all these people that you rely on every day to get through and you enjoy seeing it enjoyed seeing all these people like regulars like you and that is completely gone and so it's kind of like at you know a major part of your life is gone and then you have to worry about being unemployed and many many things in it I'm just doing what I can to distract myself a little bit because it's certainly been difficult speaking with laid off restaurant worker Kendall cost he's also creating really cute hats for her cat on Instagram bring a smile to people's faces and bring a smile to your very own face on you this is particularly important for you that you stayed at home because you also have a member of your family that is highly susceptible can you talk a little bit about that yes so it's all you know it I called because now it's kind of like all elements of my support system are all kind of going haywire my sister was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer in September and then it kind of been a whirlwind of getting things done and having her surgery and she's been currently undergoing chemotherapy and we've had a really good system going on where we go with her me and my husband with her for every treatment and we kind of rolled up as the bad kids at that Kellogg center which I'd like to give a huge shout out to every single person there who would help and I think they're all and they're all incredible people but we go in and we get our snacks and we get a little doughnuts and we go in and were often the only people who are laughing there and we try to make the best of that and then I've really had to be super careful about quarantining and not going out at all because I just can't get it to Kerry and this is why it's so important that people stayed home to help protect your sister and other people that are going through treatment as well yeah absolutely it's super super important because even if you think you're not susceptible there are a lot of people who you might not know where you know I might look fine but I also am responsible for quite a bit so I can't I can't read yeah how is your sister doing she is the toughest person in the world and she is doing pretty good All Things Considered tomorrow is what we've been calling her penultimate treatment and so she only has two left after tomorrow and we're really really excited and proud and relieved overall that there's so few laughed well fantastic and we're really glad to hear that kindle because she is an artist who is creating hats for her cat on Instagram we'll definitely post on the website for the Instagram page will link the Instagram page that way you can see these visually stunning creations that you're creating for your cat Charlie and appreciate you telling us of giving us a little snapshot of what your life is like right now as you've you're not able to work at the restaurant and I also believe that your husband is also an industry that's been heavily affected by court corona viruses well.

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"isabella blow" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"isabella blow" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Deal with an entry and know the severity since the Gary finish the game but you know talk talk to coaches yesterday and they said you know you you know by when the practice today and and there is no the circumstances so just to be ready and practice this week and and sewer goes for for Monday night think about how hard that must be though you were the starter for so many years you have super all wins in all these things then you're you're working out every week every day and then you're standing on the sidelines Sunday after Sunday after Sunday but you know it's in in a lot of people will say well you know he's he's made millions he's got a yeah in this I mean that is true he's money wise he's also got a member these guys are hyper competitive yeah and Isabella blow your ego to say you're not good enough to play you know certainly speaking of football still Malachi Jones whose arena football league's offensive player of the year this year the now defunct arena football league he's been signed by the Montreal Alouettes cut can good for him yeah like this is that these guys I like to see when they work he got a couple of try outs in the NFL falcons in two thousand sixteen the bears and the two thousand eighteen and also another of former empire player feeding where I stand out wide receiver I'm sorry what he was with the Columbus destroyers he also signed by the by the elements of the CFL it was so sad about this is that there are these guys are making a whole lot of money now they're not and so you're looking at this point in your life and your career gone you know at my dumb of football do I have to get a job at a regular job like everyone else in a lot of them do have jobs outside of the arena football yeah but they came here they put down roots they had all of these things promised it was a huge reception that they you know a lot of them you know build relationships here and now what is just gone it's sold out yeah I mean part it comes with the territory absolutely but now a lot of them are looking at well now I do I stay in Albany N. or do I move on in footballs tough for me because there's not a lot of money added that this level that like on like basketball were like as a Jimmer Fredette go overseas and make a ton of money even marginal guys like former Sienna players or go over to Israel or something make good money you know but I'm not certain American football is a very limited audience I mean it's not like soccer or basketball where you have this international stage I mean they play some games in London but that's about it about it it'll be it's not cricket it's not you know soccer because you need like fifty guys that the pay there's just not enough money to go around and I'll you live in Schenectady Rachel I do when we are are your streets in good shape now they're decent yeah they're sucks no covered but they've been plowed did take awhile or yeah really yeah Tuesday eleven thirty I think was the first flowers for them the first plow on in the school started on Sunday yeah in your your three wasn't touched until eleven thirty on Tuesday morning that was the very first plow we saw here's some people in Schenectady yesterday who said there they all lived on small side streets but they said they were still having issues it's a total mess say it's been four days with this Izzard of nineteen and we still have not.

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"isabella blow" Discussed on American Fashion Podcast

American Fashion Podcast

12:05 min | 5 years ago

"isabella blow" Discussed on American Fashion Podcast

"Central profit of about the future businesses doing good making money, simultaneously and Sufa me infringing in life and business starts with you and your values. And so I also the question because I'm really interested in an alignment of values that might actually mean role than brands going. We all doing this campaign. We're doing this program, weaned, whatever. You'll social media stalls all the people you're working with who they drawn to you know, who they feel shares their values because that's a very different way of looking at in coming at it. And I feel very interesting Donald's interesting collaborations could emerge that way as opposed to the RAV Amore mechanistic way, why industry is operated, which is we're doing this now that spine who fits into it. Well, that's a very interesting topic. First and foremost, we explain that with demaree we want to keep the authenticity. And you know, it's social you're supposed to be social meteors supposed to be social which is yourself. And what you enjoy we kind of abide by the ninety ten rule where ninety percent is you take that selfie post that picture of your food. Whatever is you. But if you can get ten percent of your content sponsored and an organic way or in a way that makes sense with who you are. And what you're interested in. That's a pretty good ratio. And you're not going to see a drop in engagement on the platform. You're not gonna see loss of followers because it's not going to be overwhelming, especially again. The campaign aligns with who you are. But then to take your values point, we very much are excited about the idea of using and leverage of our audience in the millions and millions of followers that are influencers have in the network of demaree and leveraging that for for social cause and social awareness. We're kind of interested in partnering influencers with brands for philanthropic reasons and finding the core value, and what's interesting to them to see if they can take some of this huge ad budget that they have for campaigns and actually apply values to it. You know of what the brand stands for what the influencers sands for and any sort of come rotary. That's there. We think that that's incredibly important. I mean, you think about one of the great recent success stories of social commerce and social good and marketing was the ice bucket. Joe? Yeah. That is an that was sort of an extraordinary example of something, you know, again, it if people we we fall into buzzword 'isms. We'll say oh it went viral. We need to slow down. Explain to people. What that means? They raised a lot of money. And as a matter of fact, there was some articles that came across the wire. Couple months ago about exactly what they did with all the money that they raised and they developed state discovered something that was very important that might go towards a cure. So again, it was sort of very direct for remedial. Interestingly enough in funny that you should mention the ice bucket challenge. I happen to be in Iceland on an ice cap during the ice bucket challenge phenomenon shooting with the brand, and we scrambled to try to get the big influence or that we had a part of the campaign to participate on top of it. And it was difficult because the campaign wasn't coming out for another six seven months, you know, so the reveal of who was in the campaign. Oh, but I thought to myself like come on this is an opportunity you cannot miss this. And they really try absolutely. But it was a great opportunity to again, we all there is the perfect opportunity, and it just kind of fumbled a little bit. But interesting thing about the ice look at challenges slit it actually contains a number of dynamics, which on eminently extrapolate -able full brands and anybody who wants to create a potential our campaign to learn from. So I it was video-sharing video-sharing is the future. That's why make conduct TV's moon about sharing. Video-sharing is the new language new communications vehicle. It was text than it was photography flick upon that it's all about video. It's about a challenge. You know? I'm so the fact that somebody is challenging to do something. You can't not accept to. There was a personalized component to it. So whatever it is that you want to put an interactive cool out for some something that kind of Dez somebody to do something is always enormously powerful because you're made to feel like a total loss. If you don't. It's obviously funny. It's comedic it's humorous humor. Always played very well. What you hit a certain level of critical mass you achieve the absolute ultimately desirable dynamic, the most powerful thing you can do to build any movement, which is the Dymock that is doing it. The moment you feel everyone's doing it. That's when things really take off to most extraordinary level. And by the way, I have my own rather entertaining personal demonstration of that. Because I was on the phone. This really is real. Everyone's doing it territory was on the phone to my eighty four year old father who lives in London and talking and my father said to me, Cindy, I've just started reading fifty shades of grit. My eighty foil father was daddy. And he went will because everybody else seems to have that is the power of everyone is doing it. Please tell me he came back and said, it was really pretty terribly written. Yeah. Actually, that's a good phone almost got to get the follow. Exactly. But we'll have to statement. So I would ask. To I guess to both of you, actually too. So we're very clearly in a limited time things are not what they were about are not what yet they're going to become. There's a lot of transition and a lot of blind pathways and people sort of scrambling. Some people seem to be naturally figuring it out, and then there's people who have billions of dollars. You can't seem to figure it out to save their lives. Is there a set of principles that can be applied in general to working with all of the options and opportunities that one has as young brand as a brand? But typically if they don't have cash if they don't have large amounts of cash now, I will say I want to make sure that I say this to the audience 'cause I say, this young designers and brands all the time, if you have fifty bucks, a marketing budget, you have a marketing budget, and so then it still abound to you to figure out how to maximize that. Would you say when we general guiding principles real bedrock stuff? So either either one of you can start team. Well, I'm some days. I feel like I'm still right there with them. I come from an aunt. I'm an entrepreneur. And so I have that mentality of like if you've got two dollars, you better figure out how to get the bang for the buck, but definitely for emerging designers if you have product if you've got a couple samples. That you can loan or if you have to get that social exposure that's kind of where I'm coming from. Yeah. To me, I wouldn't spend money on actually going to the social platform to buy the advertising, but more or less aligned with people who are going to be your best advocates. Find those models or those influencers that have a bigger voice than you, do and just befriend them and be very organic and be very transparent about what you're trying to do the honest upfront. But you know, I find that if you connect with people who have a same core value as you do, and you can get them to promote you that's the best way and getting that their endorsement. Well, I think they're very fundamental principles. That are true across all of business of life. And the first thing I would say, and I'm consciously we're talking here there for young designers young people in the fashion the street didn't give a damn what anybody else thinks I say that very emphatically because of the single most paramount dynamic in business on in life is the fear of what other people think, and what that does is it stifles creativity. And it's very easy when you in balking on a fashion career to go. Oh my God. I have to find a way to catch on a winter's is somehow what do I do and find yourself sucked into the way the industry has been doing it? Do not do that the single most important thing is own your own creativity. Trustor and creativity trustee vision and express that because then what you do is you become your own filter. So I said only when you just introduce ourselves. I said I consult and talk about approach consults the as unlike to blow shit up on the Michael business. Now, I do that as a bit of whimsy bit creativity to come. I do that in tiny deliberately because when I characterize what I do in that way, it trips me, the people want what I do it repels the ones who am I sure as hell won't repelled wanted to because there are waste of time after money. So when you when you put your creative vision out there you and attract the people who get it. You know, I mean, there are many historical anecdotes, you know, Alexander McQueen Isabella blow buying she was the person who went to own my God unloved what the skies doing. And then she put that out that so be Roan filter, and as part of that, this is something I saved entrepreneurs all the time never waste your time. Banging your head against cleansed Dole's engineer, south into position does open automatically as you approach. And what I mean by that is when you really know who you are what you believe in what you stunned for when you are creating manifesto and putting it out there. You will get talked about because you'll be doing things complete different running what anybody else and nation after everything kind of put it put it out there as well. But but just the Schiff act of standing out by doing something different will absolutely make people want to know who you are. And you want to have that confidence going to project that so the people going, oh my God. I've got a Beata pasta soon SU stole versus you slipping around every agent every store every magazine editor at cetera. Trust me, if you if you want doing yourself, Justice, creativity creatively, and you're putting it out there. You are going to attract people to you because they will go. I've never seen anything like this. Just to kind of echo that point into to really drive it home to the audience after tonight after the podcast after I go back to Brooklyn. I have a phone call scheduled for nine thirty with a young designer who's considering quitting. He's considering going out of business. Don't do it. Well, I'm going to listen to him because never know maybe he has good reasons, but I know primarily into motion driven, and, but the thing that again, the idea of not worrying about what other people think are not worrying about not trying to do it the way that it's been done especially now because it's not working. This is a designer who was prominently featured in the New York Times recently prominently multiple times, and it got him. Nothing. Nothing. Nobody even opened his emails. No sales zero centrists it again, it's proof. And we've talked about it on the podcast before it's proof that the old way used to be the influence of the day that mattered pre internet was a good editor chore. You know, whether it was somebody like linear. Or Susie Maga's or Diana relent and they cared. They hunted. They look they supported you talked about is e blow before and I'm friends with Africa Guinness. So I know that story.

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