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Sweats Are Beating the Pants Off Office Wear

Business Wars Daily

04:56 min | Last month

Sweats Are Beating the Pants Off Office Wear

"More than six months ago producer. Gwen moran wrote this story about the new fashioned way that swept the country early in the pandemic admit it you succumbed as well to the sweatpants craze what we didn't know back in may's how long lasting that trend would be although as you'll hear some sartorial pundits predicted. Then that sweats were here to stay now. Whether that's a good or bad thing we'll leave that up to you. Take a listen back to this story about the rivalry between champion and lululemon. The late great fashion designer. Karl lagerfeld once sneered sweatpants. Or a sign of defeat with apologies to mr lagerfeld. He never had to do as seven. Am zoom meeting as stay at home. Orders have stretched well beyond their original end dates. Our work lives are increasingly blending with her home lives nowhere. Is that shift. More apparent than in our pero dressing down has become the norm as a result sales of apparel and accessories dropped nearly eighty percent between march and april but there is one bright spot on the otherwise dismal retail horizon. Sales of active wear or at leisure are soaring in particular sweat pants or having a moment in april g kua. We are living in the age of sweat pants and never going back. Even the devil is traded product. For more downscale duds folks editor-in-chief in style icon. Anna wintour posted an instagram shot of herself working at home in tracksuit bottoms this despite once swearing she would never wear them. Just how much growth are we talking about well. Data from tracking firm edited found that sales of sweat pants are up a whopping thirty six percent over the same period. Last year it makes sense. A recent harris poll found that more than half of employed. Americans are working from home. At the same time videoconferencing has skyrocketed as meetings and interviews have gone remote. You may need to be picture. Perfect from the shoulders up but down below. All bets are off sweats. Yoga pants were tracked bottoms. Call them what you will. They're stretchy comfortable and exceedingly forgiving of those late night. Pandemic sour dough bread and butter benches wall street is betting on the trend at least for now analysts susan anderson from be riley. Fdr told fortune that what selling is casual active in lounge wear last week. Shares of lululemon athletic inc rose more than ninety percent hitting a record high. The brand is credited with kicking off the athol leisure segment and simeon seal from b. m. o. capital markets call lululemon an at home kobe winner while the luxury leading may be the it brand of the moment. Lou may have some competition from classic competitor. Hanes brands champion during a call with analysts early. May hanes brand. Ceo gerald evans said the champion dot com sales had tripled. He said volumes. Were at black friday or cyber monday levels. Champion success lies. In the brand's cool factor. Being on the upswing recently and company has been smart about partnerships to in march hanes. Brands unveiled an exclusive multi year agreement with amazon to carry its popular c nine champion line which had previously been sold at target in april. The company announced a new partnership with sesame street for the un's but for those who don't care about cool or if you stop carrying when you stopped going outside champion has a significant leg up in another arena and that's price while some lululemon bottoms will set you back more than one hundred. Twenty five bucks. You can score a pair of champions for less than a third of that price. If sweatpants newfound social status is making you think about tossing all your old suits and ties. You might just want to wait a bit. It seems a backlash has already begun the los angeles times. Deputy fashion editor admonished readers. Dress like the adults are getting paid to be and recent articles like thirteen stylish ways to dress up sweat pants on business insider indicate that even the work from home crowd may wanna feel a bit more put together as leisure brands battle to get people in their pants. Some questions remain record. High unemployment will continue to affect consumer spending and more companies announced. That remote work is here to stay casual everyday. May also be here to stay with no nosy co workers around judge fashion choices workers to fault more minimalist wardrobes after all as long as they pass the sniff test how many pairs of stretchy pants does anyone really need. The answers will come as more businesses open and people go back to work. We'll traditional dress code stand or will homebody style find its way into the office while athletes. Your manufacturers are pulling up. They're not so big kid pants and making the most of the moment. Employees may be hedging their bets over memorial day weekend data from edited showed shape wear one of the top five apparel categories. Selling out so maybe all that sour dough bread can't be ignored after all

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"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on Vogue Podcast

Vogue Podcast

03:29 min | 2 months ago

"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on Vogue Podcast

"Goals. While cow was establishing the myth of chanel around the world he was just as importantly also establishing the myth of karl lagerfeld. He wanted to become this figure that was recognized celebrated iconic and that became part of the mystery and the magic of snell as well and he used that to chanels advantage of course to his advantages. Well he was not shrinking violence. His own identity became intimately connected with the house of chanel. Marc ho gate for one thing. It was his look in it was an unchanging. Look he's also incredibly smart incredibly erudite incredibly with matt so he was able to fire off. One liners said that he became a personality. Wasn't just some kind of anonymous designer. That you so ball about the end of a runway show nervously disappeared behind. I mean he wasn't a hog the limelight. He was someone who had a confidence in the ability to engage with who he who he was. And i'm his voice. I'm also got option now. He has a tremendous sense of humor. Claudia schiffer again for one of the chanel campaigns who went to vienna and i remember called passing the waltz in front of us laughing and they're recalling munich for the autumn. Winter nineteen ninety-three chanel campaign and amazing denim collection. I'd been working with call inch for over five years by then and on that particular trip we were both so happy to be back in our home country. We enjoyed eating favorite german delicacies. Such as he for cruiser german sausages and solid college and trying to get the rest of the crew to partake there. Were unconvinced unimpressive work. Ethic that allowed him to successfully juggle. The many rose t played college loftus word and he never went on holidays. We often joke that. We were the only people at the discipline. Not drink and live healthy by the late nineties. Lagerfeld decided to give himself an aesthetic makeover to more clearly convey. What the karl. Lagerfeld look walls and a certain point. He decided that he wanted to wear eighties laments clothes and went on a diet which he wrote a book about and then his style changed and became even more iconic and so he wore often jeans high collared white shirt. Jacket tie fingerless gloves chrome hearts and often mike mistake keeps peace broach. A beautiful pin. You know with the stars or something on his tie and almost always the sunglasses gearshift shift that you realize that call was no longer just the famous designer colossal. He was now the brand. Karl lagerfeld by making his own image just as important as the brand he worked for karl lagerfeld essentially invented path for the celebrity fashion director. Apart many other creative directors would trend off to him. When you think about the nine thousand nine hundred and the arrival all home for the new cheap you think about the arrival of marc jacobs. Louis vuitton you think about the arrival of john she dior undivided alexander mcqueen achieve on all of which happened really in the mid to late nineties..

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"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on Vogue Podcast

Vogue Podcast

02:09 min | 2 months ago

"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on Vogue Podcast

"A sense of similarity it. Did i think trying on a chanel cardigan and he struck a code that was classic gabrielle. And so with the weight of history on his shoulders but with the mission to push the brand forward into the new globally connected world of the ninety s. Karl lagerfeld set out to change the fashion world by making something owed near again how he did it after the break. Do i really need to wear sunscreen. I wanna make my pores smaller. I- michelle lee the editor in chief of allure. And i'm jenny by executive beauty director here at a lower. Were always been questions about how to choose the right experience or conditioner or serum so we started a podcast about it the science of beauty. We'll be learning all about what to do and what not to do to stay looking your best tune into the signs of beauty on apple podcasts. Spotify wherever you get your podcasts. During karl lagerfeld sanyo creative director at chanel attending runway show. His collections was always an adventure. You never really knew what you were going to get. When you arrived at chanel shown mock holgate is vokes. Fashion news direct top could be you know chanel models on skates. It could be chanel models walking down the wrong with surfboards. I remember the shock and the drama of call. Doing faded blue denim for canal was a kind of shock horror amendment. He always he always got it right in that sense of understanding that fashion had to be about changing what was new how to winter again. He was always interested and he was always interested in bringing the outside world into the house of chanel so that sense of medina and culture would explode onto the runway. You never quite knew what you were going to see what it was going to be..

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"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on Vogue Podcast

Vogue Podcast

03:07 min | 2 months ago

"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on Vogue Podcast

"Think it had become very boys wa dowdy and there was no sense of excitement. This of course is on a winter clothes. Beautifully made there were the greats nelson in the polls. All the things that we associate with canal. But it was repetitious on. I mean. I don't know if i even packed it in the fashion cupboard. Amanda hollick the fashion news stylist and consultant in the early. One thousand nine hundred as though. She was a junior fashion editor at harper's and queen magazine. Satiny me when i was a genius. Fashion so at hopkins. Chanel was something. just completely. Didn't talk after coco. Chanel data on january the tenth. Nineteen seventy-one the creative vision of the brand had languished themselves had flagged owner. Allan berta wanted to jolt the house out of it. Stupa and bring show into the modern world and karl lagerfeld you designing for every woman everybody do lunch for ninety four what is infect his personality off. Jam bone fashion designer. Who'd been on an upward career trajectory since the nineteen fifties. When he worked as an assistant to pierre belmar he stops the clinton autistic director of the couture house shown partout but found his true calling as a freelance designer for such ready to warehouses as fendi and clary over the years. He developed a reputation as a true original. Just do my inner voices telling. I'm joan of arc of desire. I work with instinct. Sometimes i'm surprised myself in nineteen eighty-two log on this creates a director and gave him a mission. Bring back chanel designer. Tom ford puts it. When carl went chanel think it was the first time. Perhaps i mean certainly the first time i remember that designed or remade i think also was a challenge for him because a lot of people said that it was a good house. Why would you even do that. You shouldn't do that eric. Reid is an american design who was law goats right hand for decades chloe fendi and show and i think he likes to challenge shrink. People were wrong if there was something there to be done. Karl lagerfeld might not have been the most intuitive chanel. Either for one thing. He was german taking over a famous french design house but it soon became clear that even though some french fashion insiders were suspicious of him. Carl was the perfect designer to reinvent. Sensibility coco chanel. The new tastes of the eighty s and ninety s. He wasn't afraid to play with the the legacy of chanel and he could do it so well because he knew it. So.

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Sweats Are Beating the Pants Off Office Wear

Business Wars Daily

01:04 min | 8 months ago

Sweats Are Beating the Pants Off Office Wear

"Twenty seventh. The late great fashion designer. Karl Lagerfeld wants sneered sweatpants. Or a sign of defeat with apologies. To Mr Lagerfeld he never had to do is seven. Am Zoom meeting as stay at home. Orders have stretched well beyond their original end dates. Our work lives are increasingly. Blending with our home lives nowhere. Is that shift. More apparent than in our apparel dressing down has become. The new norm as a result. Sales of apparel and accessories dropped nearly eighty percent between March and April but there is one bright spot on otherwise dismal retail horizon sales of active wear or at leisure are soaring in particular sweat pants or

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"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Designers Karl Lagerfeld is renowned for its aspirational and cutting edge approach to style Karl Lagerfeld brings is unique vision of free agency to America through Karl Lagerfeld Paris with collections including ready to wear accessories shoes and bags the fashion house Karl Lagerfeld also offers a range of watches eyewear and premium fragrances explore the fall collection online at Karl Lagerfeld Paris dot com. modern retailers need every financial advantage to compete with online and win new retail profits can be driven by better serving the customers you already have let P. R. and show you how to capture your fair share of digital marketing dollars from the one trillion dollar global marketing spend smart retail digital networks from PR and help you monetize the file and win the day to learn more go to P. R. and dot com today that's our end dot com today to unlock this new revenue stream now but no now with napa auto parts stores in napa auto care centers get a twenty dollar prepaid visa gift card when you buy oil Aaron cabin air filters because let's be honest you probably don't remember the last time you changed him so by all three filters at your local napa and get twenty Bucks back do it yourself or have it done for you that snap a no well. participating napa auto parts stores and napa auto care centers limit to prepaid cards per household while supplies last offer instant thirty one nineteen. Hey everybody Bernie and sit in the morning here folks we've been talking about peerless boilers.

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"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Approach to style Karl Lagerfeld brings is unique vision of free agency to America through Karl Lagerfeld Paris with collections including ready to wear accessories shoes and bags the fashion house Karl Lagerfeld also offers a range of watches eyewear and premium fragrances explore the fall collection online at Karl Lagerfeld Paris dot com. well if you have a quality preowned vehicle did you want to sell look no further order by signature twenty minute no hostile offer to buy is exactly what you need to take it from me the order by step extends a personal touch to all their customers with convenient locations now and call place and Smithtown it's easy you can make an appointment twenty four hours a day seven days a week on line that we pay the Max dot com every day customers share stories about how the order by experience was a happy one order by so I used Google rated car by a company check come out today the reviews or any time online here's one from William and I quote I dealt with John at auto body and cold place he was very professional and courteous it was a quick turn around I was very happy overall and yes I did so might point toward a bite in call place order I should say end quote so there you have it folks nice and easy checkout oral by and we pay the Max dot com that's we pay the Max dot com mortal by it and get the Max. radio. W. A.. little. the latest a sensation in the country music world admissibility Cyrus as well yeah Miley's dad my son loves this song right now is getting ready to leave the house for stays schooled controllers bodies love this song so Gaby unintended this one goes out..

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Eyewear Giants to Merge, Grow Even More Mammoth

Business Wars Daily

03:43 min | 1 year ago

Eyewear Giants to Merge, Grow Even More Mammoth

"<music> ah from wondering i'm david brown and this is business awards daily on this thursday august state is no secret there when you buy eyeglasses. You often wind up feeling like you've been raked over the coals. Prices have been climbing for decades and even vision insurance doesn't help much eagle-eyed listeners see what i did. There may remember seeing exposes about the monopoly in the eye wear industry. Well today the heart of that monopolies accompany. You may never have heard of much less able to pronounce that me give it a try. S allure luxottica yes there we go esa. Laurel exotica is the world's largest eyewear company owner of pearle the vision lenscrafters sunglass hut and rayban sunglasses among many others it also owns. I met one of the country's biggest vision insurers. The company was created created in two thousand seventeen by the fifty three billion dollar merger of esa lor a french company specializing in lenses with lozada an italian specialist in frames. The the merged company now owns so many pieces of the eyewear business from insurance to designer frame manufacturers to optical chains that it can charge markups of as much his one thousand percent according to the l._a. Times c._n._b._c. reports that can cost as little as four dollars to make frames. It's not unusual for a pair era prescription glasses to cost as much as five hundred dollars in large part because of the power. This company has in the industry well esa. Laurel exotica is about to get even bigger it soon to pay about eight billion dollars to acquire a netherlands based company called grand vision grand vision owns seven thousand stores under many names in forty countries west coast listeners. Maybe familiar with its four is retail chain most of grand visions stores though are in europe a market esera exotica wants to beef up the european union. We'll have to see its way clearly to approving the big merger. Regulators concerned -cerned about competition took a long time to approve s laurel exotic as initial tie up not to be dominated by the mammoth company. Another huge merger is in the works. One london won't make buying glasses or contact lenses any more affordable alas v._s. P america's largest vision insurer plans to acquire the eyewear chain vision works which operates more than seven hundred stores in forty states v._s. P already controls a number of designer eyewear makers including in calvin klein karl lagerfeld and nike who even knew nike made glasses while the proposed e._s._p. Vision works merger would create an eyewear a giant that would rival s allure lozada with enormous conglomerates dominating the market for our eyeballs. The budget minded may try to avoid high prices says by buying glasses online even if there's growth in online purchases though it won't take much of a bite out of these two giants despite wherby parker's high profile profile online eyewear is still a rather small market hard for many of us to <hes> see ourselves choosing glasses digital from wondering this is business words daily. Hey listen if you like our show. Share it with a friend or colleague. You can do that right for most podcast cast apps on your phone. It does thanks a bunch. I'm david brown. We'll see you tomorrow.

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Investor Drops Almost $1 Million on Sneakers at Sothebys

Business Wars Daily

05:34 min | 1 year ago

Investor Drops Almost $1 Million on Sneakers at Sothebys

"Vis episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney Bowes. Try It free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale. When you visit http dot com slash B W daily Uh Brom wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily happy Monday my friends talk about a way to boost your brand? Sotheby's the high auction house this month auctioned off one hundred pairs of rare sneakers from Nike Adidas and other major sneaker makers this auction positioned athletic shoes as art objects and it began on July eleven it was supposed to continue through tomorrow July twenty third but a funny thing happened on the way to that date. Most of the air went out of the room when Canadian businessman bought ninety nine of the one hundred pairs for a total of eight hundred fifty thousand dollars at production time. Only one pair was still available a pair of Nike waffle flat. Latin moon racing shoes made by hand back in Nineteen seventy-two got an extra eighty thousand dollars to spare well. That's the starting bid but the pair was expected to fetch up to one hundred sixty thousand dollars Nike Co founder Bill Bauer men is set with designed the shoe using a waffle iron to imprint the tread by hand. The company made only a dozen pairs for runners at the nineteen seventy-two Olympic trials the B._B._c. reports that the parents Sotheby's is the only one believed to be unwarranted so what treaded treasures did miles at all make off with for his eight hundred fifty thousand dollars at all scooped up such iconic kick says the Nike Mags. That's the self lacing sneakers like those in the nineteen eighty-nine movie back to the future to that pair one of only only eighty nine ever made came with a starting bid of forty thousand dollars also among the collectibles Nidal now owns a rare pair of yee's Kanye West's line for Adidas and a pair of limited edition Air Jordan for sneakers sneakers code designed with EMINEM. The collection came from online street wear and sneaker consignment Shop Stadium Goods Stadium goods existence alone shows just how elevated sneakers and street wear have become never mind the fact that Sotheby's exhibited these sneakers and. Museum cases like historic artifacts are diamonds. According to vox designer sneakers now considered legitimate luxury goods coveted by the same wealthy shoppers who dropped thousands on haute couture for Adidas Nike the auction served highlight the he ever increasing status of sneakers especially limited edition pairs and shoes designed for specific teams and for celebrities like the Air Jordans designed for Karl Lagerfeld it also highlighted Nike in particular which appeared to be over represented presented in the collection outside of the money that miss fear of the auction house Nike has long driven up prices on Air Jordan's by releasing limited edition highly designed sneakers Adidas got in the game with drops of Kanye West's easies which can cost cost upwards of five thousand dollars and that's for a new pair neither Air Jordans nor yeezy are truly built for performance but rather for style and Flare Collector Miles Nidal says he's enamored with objects of popular culture. He told C._N._B._C. C._N._B._C. that he plans to show the sneakers at his dare to Dream Automobile Museum in Toronto where he has a collection of one hundred forty two cars and forty motorcycles sure Nidal spent a lot of money for a whole bunch shoes but he doesn't hold. All the record for spending on collectible sneakers know that record was set two years ago by a bitter who paid one hundred ninety thousand dollars for a pair of signed converse shoes that Pricey pairs said we've been worn by Michael Jordan Jordan in the nineteen eighty-four Olympic basketball final according to Reuters that the record is held by converse not knock your adidas goes to show that as powerful as those two brands are they still can't win the hearts or the feet of every sneaker lover out there and it shows that rarity no matter the object drives up both desire and prices which means the Sotheby's auction was nothing but good for Nike and Adidas and they didn't have to lift a finger or tie a single she lies from laundry this business wars daily. Hey listen to our show. Take a second give his five star rating when apple podcasts. Would you better yet leave a review. Thanks so much I'm David Brown and we'll be back with Tamar. This episode is brought to you by central online from Pitney Bowes Shipping and mailing from your desk. Ask has never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney bowes with simple online is just click sand and save for his lowest four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars. Ninety nine cents a month send envelopes.

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"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

The Business of Fashion Podcast

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

"Is Imran Ahmed founder and CEO of the business of fashion and this week on the Buick podcast. We look back at the fashion season. That was I talked to Tim blanks are editor large about saying farewell to Karl Lagerfeld at Chanel and Fendi where there were emotional Oman shes to one of the greatest fashion designers that ever was. We also discussed the explosive second collection from sleep man who moved to abortion while look at selene, and we talk about the cultural impact and fashions reflection on social issues that were being discussed in and around fashion week. So here's Tim blanks. Inside passion. Tim blanks. You just poured an entire well. He's an Espresso shot into the glass, a double Espresso shot into a glass of water cold water. Why did you do that? It's my make Colo. Anyway, I guess you needed after the fashion month gone by all that coffee. You set it. I was the season. It was it was it consolidated everything we've been saying about fashion for the last little while always lead to Paris. But this is curious situation there that the fish of the days at nine thirty in the morning. The law shows at nine thirty at night. In on a on a few days felt like it was nice city at night, anyway, which which makes a very very long days quite tiring. Because it feels that there is so much more in Paris than look fresh as a daisy. Thank you. That's one does modern science. My homemaker cola. You know, we we had quite a. Quite a season. There was a lot that happened off the runways as well with the passing of Karl Lagerfeld. The regular racism scandals that were you know, erupting in different places. But let's start with the shows and talk about some of these kind of deeper issues bit later, I missed the comedy also show 'cause I had to record a podcast 'cause I'm so dedicated to our podcast, but it was your top show of the season. Talk to me about mass show. You know, that you said it was devastating. I thought it was I thought it was overwhelming. I thought that. Raica will right Kawakubo used to regularly nail the site guys. I guess you'd call it. And I feel that I feel that her interests kind of went elsewhere when she's to that stretch of shows where she was was she wasn't really doing close to as she had other things on mind. And then she reengaged with that process. According to an interview I read with ho Susannah Frankel last season and the season was back that will not back Ford to. A presentation that just seemed to really put us right where we are right now under the under the luring cloud of climate change and in a world of increasing conflict in division. And she did it by I felt she did it with with by using these sort of emblems of very high society of their very civilized society. You know, the dress codes of of the icing centuries in Pontiac as in and and we'll list sort of Lasorda of silhouette ideas, you associate with with court dress almost and then using these incredible industrial fabric site will rub. Oh, and and play with her and so on but making these beautiful beautiful shape set look like to me like that being drowned in an oil spill and then. The was the whole staging of the show is much more car graph than a shows. Usually are there was a big open space a squarespace actually of that narrow runway that so small, and usually I mean for years everybody was on the same level, and this was very tightly ID and very very enclosed at felt like a, you know, one of those courts at the minds used to play kinda pro baseball with the heads of their enemies, it felt really closed in like that really intense..

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"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on The Cut on Tuesdays

The Cut on Tuesdays

06:14 min | 2 years ago

"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on The Cut on Tuesdays

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And no catch because discover believes in taking a good idea and making it even better check it out at discover dot com slash match. The cash back match offer is only for new card members. Limitations apply. The cut and Gimblett media. This is the cut on Tuesdays. I'm your host, Molly Fisher. When designer Karl Lagerfeld died last week, his cat released a statement. He was a true, I Khan who touched the lives of everyone. He came in contact with especially Ma his Catt told the public may daddy Karl Lagerfeld's memory live on forever through his work. And may we never forget the creative genius. Who now sits in heaven beside. Mommy. Coco chanel. Shoe pet is a seven year old white Berman cat with two hundred twenty six thousand Instagram followers. Karl Lagerfeld was the eighty five year old designer who since nineteen eighty three had run the house of Chanel. If you close your eyes and picture, the human embodiment of everything over the top and absurd about the fashion world, you are probably picturing Karl Lagerfeld. He had white powdered hair like an eighteenth century French aristocrat anymore. Tiny tight black suits and black sunglasses that he never took off even indoors Karl Lagerfeld is like a physical logo of himself that Stella bugged me the cuts editor in chief people can only ever remember three things about a person he had reduced himself to those three memorable things. White pony tail. Black glasses tight suit anybody who's capable of achieving that level of self presentation must on some level understand what they're doing with their image. In addition to looking like, a cartoon was always saying cartoonish Lee terrible things, which the press would then seize on. He said he didn't like Pippa Middleton's face, adding she should only show her back. Here's what he said in reaction to a magazine. And now they will use realistic women rather than skinny models. He says these are fat mummies sitting with their beds of crisps in front of the television set. Saying that thin models are ugly. Criticizing heavier bodies was a particular theme. But his disdain was more wide ranging than that he'd tell reporters things like I hate ugly people and sweatpants or a sign of defeat. He was relentlessly quotable just through. Ted. I'm Joan of arc of desire. I don't deliver description of my person you have what you see that. All there's nothing behind. You know, I love about myself. I tune. All the obituaries that came out last week where a blur of tidbits like these plus huge pronouncements about how this was the end of an era. And as I was reading them, I realized I didn't actually have a handle on. Why Karl Lagerfeld was such a big deal did people like Karl Lagerfeld was he sort of a joke with the crazy hair and the famous cat or was he serious? What was it that made Karl Lagerfeld so important, and why should people who don't wear shin health care one? Very lucky thing about my job is that I could just call up Kathy Horan who's been writing about fashion for more than thirty years and ask her. Kathy is the cuts fashion critic at large. She knows everything there is to know about this world famous for being one of its toughest critics. I remember women's wear daily. Did a piece about me was really funny in the early nineties and the headline was the pit bull among the poodles. Sometimes you've just say things that designers get upset about Armani banned me, I think for two seasons in then you come back in. Caddy followed Carl's career for decades. And she spent a lot of time with him. And I would sometimes listen to people later on who would describe this sort of cold brittle man or of marionette to riccar to niche figure, and I felt like well, no, I saw the other side of Carl. I saw someone very warm and human and funny in particular, Kathy remembers the visits she had with Lagerfeld at his house and berates resort town in the south of France. This was about twenty years ago, and she was working on a profile of him for the New York Times magazine. I was picked up at the airport by armor plated BMW on a foggy foggy day who's going to spend several days staying with him talking and seeing his home the interior is all white with lot of dark wood eighteenth century, French was his Goto era. But I remember that house also had a room just for ironing zoo, huge room with a huge table for Iranian big sheets. But he was very open. Been about showing you, you know, letting you come in and look at his incredible clutch of shirt. That's Gatsby very Gatsby. But charming.

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"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Twenty ounces. Okay. All right. My friends. We have a standout artistes. These days Ariana GRANDE is dominating the billboard hot one hundred chart and his currently holding the top three spots. This is a feat that hasn't been done since nineteen sixty four when the Beatles did it for five weeks. Name ahead is bigger than the Beatles. Just no arguing about it are underground and the late late show with James corden talking about how she reacted to the feet when I woke up I thought it was like an edit like the my fans made. In like, they're like insane people that I love, but. So it's really wild my mom, and I were driving around the same to the Beatles all day. And I'm just like this is great. I'm so sorry. This is this is so weird while she's kind of embarrassed by the whole Bill is the way they've changed the way they call one number one song. Everything's completely different. It's an apples and oranges comparison. Yeah. That was endearingly sweet surprise hater recognizes a lot of her fans are not jobs, and she didn't want to say. But so for the last thirty six hours to my amazement and mild discuss I don't care. The all the major media have been just gone crazy over Karl Lagerfeld dying right now. I know what he looks like in the starched collars in his trademark ponytail. And who is he a gone and on and on he was the designer duties for the world of fashion, and because all the media's from Manhattan, you know, they're going crazy over so I'm in my my neighborhood barbershop the other day, I have never seen a woman getting a haircut in there. And never will. It's that kind of barbershop Scott wood floors, and and kind of gruff guy. Guys, who who cut your hair and guys kind of sit on benches waiting further time to go. And so anyway, it's it's kind of place..

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"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Is dominating. The billboard hot. One hundred chart is currently holding the top three spots. This is a feat that hasn't been done since nineteen sixty four when the Beatles. Did it for five weeks ahead is bigger than the Beatles? Just no arguing about Ari underground and the late late show with James corden talking about how she reacted to the feet when I woke up I thought it was like an edit. The my fans made. They're like they're like insane people that I love but joke a joke. So it's really wild. And my mom, and I were driving around listening to the Beatles all day. And I'm just like this is great. I'm so sorry. This is this is so weird while she's kind of embarrassed by the whole Bill is the way they've changed the way they call whatever. Number one song. Everything's completely different. It's an apples and oranges comparison. Yeah. That was endearingly that was sweet surprise behavior. And she recognizes a lot of her fans are not jobs, and she didn't want to say it. But so for the last thirty six hours to my amazement and and mild discuss I don't care, the all the major media have been just gone crazy over Karl Lagerfeld dying right now. I know what he looks like in the starched collars in his trademark ponytail. And who is he on and on and on? He was the designer duties for the world of fashion because all the media's from Manhattan, you know, they're going crazy over so I'm in my my neighborhood barbershop the other day, I have never seen a woman getting a haircut in there. And never will. It's that kind of barbershop Scott wood floors and kind of gruff. Guys, who who cut your hair and? Guys, kind of sit on benches waiting for their time to go. And so anyway, it's it's that kind of place. So there's a TV that's always on at this barber shop, and usually it's court shows because I usually go there in the late morning. And it's it's the court shows where people are suing each other over the end of the one jackass has been cheated by the jackass in the judge yells, Adam is very popular genre. So anyway, the judge show ends in the news comes on. And they're making a big deal. Karl Lagerfeld enters this one tough guy who knows the barber who's this big tough guy. And and the tough guy says to the barber Karl Lagerfeld pass the Barbara says.

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Karl Lagerfeld, Chanel's Creative Force, Dies

WBZ Morning News

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Karl Lagerfeld, Chanel's Creative Force, Dies

"Tributes pouring in from all over the world, remembering fashion icon, Karl Lagerfeld the legendary designer who served as creative director for Chanel and Fendi along with his own brand died yesterday at the age of eighty five many celebrities took to social media to share their favorite memories of Lagerfeld, including riana, Katy Perry Miley, Cyrus even first lady. Melania trump. We said the world lost a creative

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Survivors plan to give pope ultimatum at clergy sex abuse summit

News, Traffic and Weather

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Survivors plan to give pope ultimatum at clergy sex abuse summit

"What are the expectations head of a four-day summit being hosted by pope Francis on clergy sexual abuse? These are your world headlines from ABC news and Barrett. Doyle is from a website that tracks information on clergy accused of sexual abuse. Thousands of our children our brothers and sisters. Our friends have been sexually assaulted by clergy for decades now popes and bishops have promised never again. But she believes the Catholic church is nowhere close right now to enacting the strong reforms. It must make to stop this German. Authorities say they recorded an uptick in the Silom requests. And the first month of two thousand nineteen just over seventeen thousand that's an increase of sixty one percent compared to the previous month and Karl Lagerfeld the man who dominated high fashion for fifty years has died in Paris at the age of eighty

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Karl Lagerfeld Dead at 85: Remembering the Iconic Designer's Life in Pictures

The CBS Evening News

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Karl Lagerfeld Dead at 85: Remembering the Iconic Designer's Life in Pictures

"Designer Karl Lagerfeld died today in Paris at eighty-five. His work kept them in the spotlight for years yet, he remained elusive Vladimir do ta has more. With his powdered ponytail, fingerless, gloves and conic black coat. Karl Lagerfeld was one of the most recognizable designers in the world. Even to the fashionable. The creative force behind Chanel Lagerfeld spent five decades making expensive clothes coveted by celebrities and first lady's, including Melania Trump who tweeted this tribute. He worked his way up the fashion Rex saving Chanel by making an iconic little jacket cool, again, the owner of over three hundred thousand books and a devoted cat lover. Lagerfeld was one of the few designers left who still sketched his creations by

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"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Not just Russia, but now, China and Iran. And President Obama didn't get any credit for this. But when you research these things you find out in twenty fifteen President Obama entered into a kind of a defacto truce, a defacto kinda halt neutral. Do you know kinda do do do -opoly disarmament not unilateral disarmament, but China right, president Xi Jinping and President Obama agreed that they would both knock it off as to each other's countries. And it largely held it largely held while President Obama was there the amount of Chinese hacking into America went down significantly. My suspicion is the amount of our hacking into China went down. Right. This is what happens when you both have to do it. But it's kinda took China significantly off the board from threats that we had to worry about and and Iran Iran after President Obama lead the world in making that nuclear deal with Iran that Iran is still complying with even Benedict. Donald pulled the US at all these other countries in Europe and a Russian China. They're involve so so Iran is still staying with it. But. When President Obama got that deal done right us, a great deal maker. You got all kinds of deals done lots of wonderful deals. Great deals when President Obama got that deal done, Iran. Stop trying to hack into America, or at least they're activity went down dramatically, so President Obama should get the credit because through his diplomatic efforts. He was able to get China and Iran to do a lot less interfering cyber hacking cyber attacking into our country. But because you know, who is back in town Russia if you're listening. They said China looked at him and said you do in a trade war with us. You're imposing terriers embarrass everywhere on our goods terriers, embarrass everywhere in Iran said you threatening to attack us. So of course, they're back and now they're back. So we have been addict Donald to thank for that. This guy is sick. There's something wrong with this guy. And I and I just want to mention this. I mean, I know our show is ending on Friday four. That's our last live shows Friday, February twenty two and that's scale shows nine almost nine half years old, and it's a measure of the passage of time. Nothing lasts forever. I I wish you could've kept going. But this is how it is. But I I hope you know, the name Karl Lagerfeld, look, I even know who call Lagerfeld was call Lagerfeld Karl Lagerfeld has just passed away the fashion world is in shock and mourning design and call Lagerfeld has died giant in the fashion industry. Of course, Lagerfeld was creative director for three. The best known houses in the world Chanel Fendi and his own Lagerfeld's label. He was eighteen five years old. That's Becky Anderson of CNN CNN for that. So Carl look he revitalize the Chanel name the fact that I know that that tells me that Karl Lagerfeld a major name because if I'm not the person kind of know that stuff, but if his penetrated into me, call Lagerfeld's eighty five years old, and there was some dispute as to his age. So I just want to get that in there. I just mentioned this as kind of a a marker for the passage of time. And and just look try and get the most out of every day. And if you don't for one day or two days, try not to beat yourself up too much. But just always try and win the future move forward, and is part of the show as we're doing it all week here. I like to kind of revisit some of the major principles and themes that we have done here on this show over the years like work with the facts live with the truth. One of my more recent ones, one standard applied to all. And I add the word evenhandedly as appropriate. Sometimes you don't need to work Edward, evenhandedly. It depends on the circumstances. But one standard applied to all even-handedly. Also, no one's the boss. Right. The one Benedict Donald says, the players simply must stand for the national anthem and stuff, you know. He does he can't command NFL plays. He doesn't have that authority. No federal courts gonna do it understanding who has power real power that you must obey and who has no power. And who is simply like attempting by force of their will to to convince you in your mind to obey them. That's a really big point. And so once you start to understand that is really very few people who can actually compel you to do much of anything. Once you understand that he really kind of makes you feel free and liberated. So I'm just trying to review some of our we if you wanna call first principles first principles may. It makes a sophisticated assessments of situations knowing you rooting for something versus when you're analyzing. Right. No. When you're stepping outside yourself, and you do that whole President Obama. They yourself in their shoes look at the world through their is. All right. So, you know, calm down and analyze right? Take a long view of things be patient. These are the kind of the first principles that we've done our because this is our last week. I wanna take a moment longer moment. But this one's really really important for you and me in our pocket books and people that we know and care about our old friend David Lazarus when I mean, all that don't mean he's old. I mean, he's been part of our show here for a long time. David Lazarus will be joining us in about ten minutes and not just to say goodbye, but David Lage's joining us because he wrote this amazing piece in Los Angeles Times about prescription eyeglasses and how we're all being overcharged for prescription eyeglasses and is a monopolistic business as. Sound like a rigged fixed system we've been talking about. Anyway, there's a really practical consumer protection segment we've got with David Lazarus. So if you were anyone you care about deals with prescription eyeglasses. We may build a say some significant money by listening.

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Karl Lagerfeld, Chanel fashion icon, dies

KYW 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Karl Lagerfeld, Chanel fashion icon, dies

"German-born fashion icon, Karl Lagerfeld has died in a Paris hospital still working and revered right up until the. End Karl Lagerfeld was one of fashion's God's. He was best known for his work with Cheinal for more than three decades. But he also had his own line and designed for high street brands, he was also a keen and talented photographer flashing a trademark thumb. He partied with the young and beautiful was close friends with the Monaco royals and adored his cats shoe pet. He was

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"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Was a new idea from Karl Lagerfeld at Chanel Donatella. Versace says Lagerfeld was a huge influence on her own work, and that of her late brother, Johnny Lagerfeld born in Germany, but made his Mark after moving to Paris where he eventually became head of Chanel nationwide. The current flu season has not been as bad as last year. But apparently here in California, it's worse. The number of confirmed through flu related deaths says been listed at tools seven this year. One eighty-five at this time last year. Experts say it's still not too late to get your flu shot nine forty eight ad KNX LA county supervisors set to add their weight to drive to prevent the expansion of a battery recycling plant in the city of industry plant's owner it asked the state for permission to boost its operations by about twenty-five percent. Keep it working twenty four hours a day. But the supervisors are expected to pass emotion. Urging the state to deny that request. There's a big FBI corruption probe going on to LA city hall. This involves the downtown development, the boom there, and what may or may not have gone on regarding some of the people that the hall to help those people anyway city suffix commission is set to meet to discuss options for restricting campaign contributions by developers commission staff noted that concern that developers exert undue influence undoubtedly exists as evidenced by reports of the federal investigation they're recommending a ban on contributions from and fundraising by non individuals such as corporations and individual developers. They've also recommended the regulation of behest payments a payment made to a third party at the behest of a local official for legislative governmental or charitable purposes at times report indicated that L as former deputy mayor raised tens of thousands of dollars from developers with major projects in downtown for charitable causes. And that he's been identified as a. Potentially important component of that FBI probe. Margaret, caro- KNX ten seventy NewsRadio nine.

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"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Thriller. Michael Jackson, one won two point seven six FM. FM stick FM. The flip the call letters backwards of kiss, and it spells sick. Yeah. It's very convenient for Halloween. Then aware the connection is. How do you? What do you mean? Finishes. Sick FM is s I get that. But why do we call it? FM for Halloween. Halloween is sick and scary gross. I sick scary. Scary. Evolved. Whenever the memory and uses they sick all the time. So segued brow. Picture like say can scaring. Now back when we everyone used to always say sick. And so then I was here when it happened. Everyone thought it meant like grossing gooey in green, and the I we're working here you guys remember remember it was like, oh, this is with us all the whole time. It could just flip it backwards. And all the sudden it sounds like Halloween sick FM. Crazy sick. You'll get it's like being in a haunted house just grows. Green, right. Don't you pick your green? Did. So sick is perfect. Well, you guys aren't coming to play today. Clearly, we well we're going to be dressed up the next hour. What is this? You're not even in your costumes because we wanted to make like build it up. I already show. Look, I revealed to you that was Karl Lagerfeld with his his cats shoe, Pat. But I think I have another costume that. I'm going to put on costume changes to why already revealed my cost him over the weekend on Instagram. Yeah. Twice. Well, I could. But I thought you guys would want to see it again. So I have another one in the closet that. I think I can get on in time in a commercial break because that's what we're gonna do really well years isn't that elaborate then because mine's not that elaborate doesn't have to be elaborate for to be impactful minds. A repeater though, I have used it before. But I think it's enough. Have we seen it? It's not partly cloudy with a chance of rain. But yeah, I think you've seen it maybe elements here. I don't know. But it's definitely something Stein was Albert Einstein. I was Einstein. Geez. Einstein six years ago. Yeah. Why was I I don't know. Scientists by always a mental. Those were the days. I think that's when you like you, I always wait to the last minute. And that's what was left over at the coffee. Shop did I send who'd I said, I remember one of the years was it Danielle we sent out for cost. Patio, Nelson Nelson Nelson figure Batman, yes. I tried to get it from Robin. No anyway. We're gonna come back. Got a lot to do this morning sycophant. Paying.

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"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

09:58 min | 2 years ago

"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"The mad dash scramble. I'm sure to get the kids costumes together and prep for the Halloween parties and such tomorrow. We're wearing our costumes. Yes. All right. Well, I'm not gonna wear ours. Here. I wonder like reveal them to you. So where are you going to wear them? We're going to do like a costume chain in between the show. Oh, you are going to wear them here. You're gonna put them on here. What about me? What am I supposed to whatever you want? Am I going to be Karl Lagerfeld again? Or is it? Swat you wear something that you're going to be wearing on the show because it's all like trust dressing gear. Well, takes time comfortable what we'll figure it all out. Tomorrow is our Halloween. Is not about comfort guys commitment. She's right. It is not about comfort and by the way. Since when do you dress comfortably like, you're all about not comfort all the time. And that's true. That's true. Yeah. I'll be very comfortable tomorrow. Well, thank our family comes together. Tomorrow for Halloween. We give our family minute open patties, Mike care because this is something that she shared with me recently. But a healthcare that our very own family member. Patty Rodriguez has had recently. So Patty talk about what it is that you recently went through. So back in September. I was taking a shower, and when you're scrubbing yourself you you're touching your body in on my left boob. I note I felt a really big math and it freaked me out. And the first thing I did was Google because you know, I never ever nobody tells you they tell you, you know, what the woman they tell you to check yourself constantly. But you of you hear it. But you don't really like, it doesn't really sticking your head until it happens to you. You're like, wait a minute. Like, I know what I'm supposed to do. But at same time. I don't know what I'm supposed to do. So I go gold in Google clearly didn't help anything. It. Just freaked me out even worse a lot worse. And you know, there was no I was trying to search for it was in the middle of the NATO's trying to search for something that can allow me to go to bed and peace right before calling the doctor the next day. Ease your mind, right? Just to calm down anything. But everything just led to just a rabbit hole. Right. And. And the next day. I call my doctor, and I I went in a few days and a few days later and leading up to seen him. I was telling myself it's going to be okay. It's not being it. Could it could be anything? You know? I I went in there really confident in. I hadn't even told my family anything yet. Like, I'll tell them that. It's okay after. Okay. Freaking out, especially my kids. And I go in on a Saturday morning in my doctor. Touching me. And he says. I have to refer you to a breast cancer specialist. I think I felt like my whole life just flashed before my eyes like. And I immediately call my mom, and look, I don't know what this means. I have no idea. I'm freaking out. But I have to see a breast cancer specialist now. And I call Mike go and tell him and I'm freaking out, and I'm just like. I don't wanna leave my kids behind. Dick. I don't I don't know. I don't know anybody that's been through this. So I I'm I don't I didn't know anything, you know. I don't. In other news is what are you hear on television? You just know that this horrible disease leaves children without mothers. Oh, and leaves families without sisters, and wives. All you know. So my incredible doctor just immediately made he made all the arrangements to art. So I can see a an incredible specialists in Santa Monica in literally two days later. I go in and he's doing an ultrasound. And he's like, I don't know what it says we're gonna have to do more testing. And I said, okay. It's a pretty big math. It's probably about two by two inches. That's big. And so again the waiting game. You know, I'm waiting. What was he encouraging you to to be calm was? Often, you can tell by the tempo of the doctor. He's dead. It's big. I can't tell you what it is just by touching. It. We need to get you tested. We need to get your mammogram. We get you an ultrasound, and we need to get you a biopsy. He's like we're going to do this eighth app. So a few days later, I went in. And I did all these things and your frigging anybody. Not the kids on Alexander. And I said look mommy has a bump in her boob. But we're going to get it out. We're going to figure this out. You know, we're going to find out what it is. I just want to tell you. I want to be honest with you, right? And he's like hurt you mom. You know, it doesn't hurt. But you know, it it we need to get it out and figure out what it is. And we go in we do all these things and we're doing the ultrasound and the nurses are like we can't see it. They couldn't see it. They could feel that. It's literally two by two inches. But it wasn't wasn't showing a vigil like, we don't know. What this is. We can't see it. They're asking me these questions. Did you get you know? Did you hurt yourself that you like reach over something? And you know, maybe you're your swollen. It's the Bruce ethanol, you know. No, no. It's not. But I feel I know maybe like I believe in this. I went in there believing that is going to be gone. I went in there saying like, whatever it is. It's going to just disappear. Like, it's there's nothing in there and will in their thinking this way. So we did the biopsy. We do the mammogram and everything came back negative and the doctor called me. He's like, Patty. I can't explain this to you. Hearing that from a doctor. What you what he said? What did he say that it was there? And then it wasn't. Because we felt it. I felt it. I he measured it with the with the tape and he noted down it's two inches by doing right? Right. And he's thinking he calls me. I cannot explain it. It's completely gone. And now it's gone and no sign of it. No sign. I can't feel it anymore. They did a biopsy on it. So they were able to get some stuff out while he was still there. You know? So it's not like they were pulling by by ups. There were putting anything out of any nothing there to this day now. So you you are cancer free. Yeah. Cancer free. And they don't know what it was. I thank God. Yes. By the way. I mean, my heart is sinking as you're telling this story. And I know there are a lot of women who have been through this and didn't get the test results that they wanted and survive it every single day. Did they come up with any explanation for what that was because I'm still so curious to know what had happened nothing? He goes back. Call me back, and we'll come at woke going again and do more testing. But right now, it's like the biopsy came out negative. There's nothing that I can that the biopsy shows that I can I can give you an answer. There's nothing. I don't know why the explanation there there could be in a doctor doesn't have one just makes me curious. But I'm so happy. You're okay. It makes me like I feel like so grateful that I even have the means to see a doctor. I started thinking about women that don't even have healthcare. No. And they and they leave their children behind because they don't have the means to to get care. And. It just feels a little blessing grateful that it was nothing. And I in part of me feels like I was just telling myself. It's nothing. It's nothing. Yeah. It's going to disappear I'm gonna wake up, and it's going to be gone. And so having been through that. How's your view changed about every day that we have such limited time here and the things that matter like our children, and our families is what should be most important in our lives. You know, I I remember I I've told you some of this by one of my best friends is married to another one of my best friends, and she had all of those things happen. And was diagnosed with breast cancer, and I'll never forget sitting in a hotel room when I was traveling working, and they were there and they both came in. And they all three of his cried when she told me about it. She. It was rough for her and the treatment was really rough for her. And I saw you know, I would save my brother a close buddy of mine also struggling with how to handle it as a husband. Yeah. Because he he was trying to do all the right things and be strong. And nobody neither she nor. He. Knew what to do. But she got taking care of. She beat it. Nice. Then she got diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Oh my goodness. And she beat it. And there is something to the power of your positively. And the people around you things that you put out into the universe. You beat it twice. And you you did something to change the path. There's strengthen that there's real strengthen that a lot of people calling in Patty on this. Let's take a quick break and come back and just talk about the things to take away from a two eight seventeen in the morning. We're right.

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"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

The Business of Fashion Podcast

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

"Key point in in the industry for for a while, I think. But now you're US seeing like Karl Lagerfeld was semi other day. These extraordinary new black models who take you back to what it was like in the ACC when you would go to show and all models will be black. Nobody ever said anything about it. It was never an issue of Kusa models. And of course you got white girls. Black goes and everything together. It was nobody ever said where the black girls we have to diversify just was naturally extremely diverse. But I think that you know, and then he said, well, we don't get an army Campbell every day, and but these these girls have a different very different kind of energy that they're, they're not. They don't have that sort of diva quality, but they just that they have incredible versatility. I mean, dude was in seventy different kinds of shows, but she she can do that. She can do the ballgowns on the big of. Big glamorous dresses with such incredible elegance and. And as sort of a callousness but still totally inhabiting freeness? Kathrina. Freeness while still totally inhabiting the the dress, you know, never even though she's so young, she never ever looks like the clothes wearing her, and she's brilliant, brilliant model, but I'm top of all of that. She's she was born in a refugee camp in Kenya and Ray end up on a stray Leah. So she has this really, you know, she, she sat next to me at the five hundred dinner. And so I had the pleasure to hear story like she supports her family show. She does she, it's just the most incredible, but she's everybody makes her this wow, this, she's and she's so comfortable with yourself and confident. And so absolutely natural anyway, that's dude. And I think that she's symptomatic of some. Of something else that's happening in fashion. That's a change that maybe isn't even being registered. In a sort of an being registered in in a way that that that mocks significance. But. Yeah, that that was happening anyway when she will Valentin address it was not. Jumps wants. Once an important show, I show that made an impact perhaps for the wrong reasons. The season that we should probably talk about just home Brown and through the lens of the kind of women's issues that came to the forefront. This season batch show did not get a particularly warm reception will. It's really, I think is a really interesting jalousie here, Tom Brown and Ray Kubo often get talked about in the same. In the same sentence because she I know she really respects him and I know how important she has been to him and his career, even even just supporting commercially in map carrying him in Dover street market and so on. But you know, in the sense that they had to designers who live so far outside the the author doc see that making their own rules doing things to close that transcend the notion of clothing and making stuff that's as close to ashes as as fashionable ever get this season under the under the umbrella under the sort of dome of me to rate the rate, our Kubo did a collection. It was so powerful. It was just it was kind of when this model came out. I mean, and she was she was pregnant. Belly was. Breaking through this that was kind of like a man's. I mean, it was sort of very newspaper. There was newsprint bodies which which from what I could win collapsed will the the headline I could see related to war. What was very interesting, but this pregnant belly breaking through an outfit. That was this. Abstraction of a man's suit was such stunning performance image. And then Thome does his show. With the close at just defy comprehension in their execution and in conception, you can never get out of how he comes up with the ideas. He comes up with. He has steadfastly. He steadfastly refuses to analyze what he does, which is why we got a problem the season because the show was agonizing kind of tone, deaf performance with models, unable to walk in the shoes, and they were all the models Donald Zver so joyous. Yeah. I know in the showroom the day before.

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"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on Toure Show

Toure Show

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on Toure Show

"Karl Lagerfeld dressing room, and we had just come from some event, and I had to go to a Valentine black black-tie dinner at Maximes and call unctuous houses on the left Bank in maximums on the right thing. And my apartment was way down in the fourteenth on rule they plant. So I'd been to call levels fell's house for cocktail party. And I was sitting talking to below MO and how the unruffled and I said, oh my God, I've got to go. I'm on a sign, but I've gotta go cover Valentine's, black-tie dinner for his fragrance, and I got it. I don't have time to go home and change clothes. And call. It came to the Mets skews like superwoman. He's Donna, Donna. So take my cosmic dressing with the friends take care of you. He's you. Gotta weizer Barnum taking on nitrates and put the whites, the black tie, take this and just where you can have that. And he gave me a beautiful black Cashman dressing gown with a very beautiful edged satin with beautiful long friends. The rap Tassell about an eye tax it over to the Maximes to the black, tie dinner. And no one told me that I was not that in a bag of chips and I walked in the Maxine. Jaws drops like in the movie Jisi when they come into the Maxine jaws dropping. When Eva Gabor comes through such stroked all the society drop Betty drew all of them. There is dropping Georgina, Brandon, Leney, and Valentino. And to this day, they remembered as a scandal a 'cause Scott up and celebrated in talian folks had called sketch me address ago and it was celebrated in her reporting inside invoke. But when I did it, it was considered tall, like man come into Maximes out dairy, not where the proper time a little car. So for me, it was like black tie, right? It was made. It was from the Kloten parents. But what? What gives you more joy to walk into the room looking amazing and everyone go, oh my God, he looks amazing. I don't that moment or to say that thing that everyone goes well, that was really smart. No, I would say that was really fun while this great. It's one point to have fun than to say, look at me. I'm stunning. I don't ever want that moment. Okay. That's not the one that strive for. So what drives you? What drives me is people I said to before humanity that you want, respect humanity respect, and I want to be a respected in my point of view and thoughts, and I usually got that in Paris this, this is why you have not needed love traded away, love because I'm going to be over here. Getting respect. They respected me. I must say in Paris, I had the best and I can tell you, listen, I often look back at, I forget how many great things I did. I mean, I went to the wrong sauce for the weekend with my trunks, and those people have to take my trunks up the staircase. Of the shuttle feet. Just like the other cases. What's the hardest thing you had to overcome in your career. The overcome gateway gain my weight gain. That was a big moment interventions to overcome weight gain, and I never lost the weight, but I took me a long time relies. This is what it is, and I've got to settle his some healthy, somewhat overcome come. I lost my grandmother and I considered food in motion crutch because food is love, you know? Yeah, black people. So that's the hardest thing I think will you lose someone that important to your grandmother, your mother, your father, your lover, and Carlos his love to eighty nine. I mean called greet for years over shock. You know and shopped about was the great love of his life. I mean, he loved his mother to his father. His mother died when new car, but I don't think he's he's took his mother's death seriously jocks, but his mother died at home in bed, you know, and..

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"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on The Morning Breath

The Morning Breath

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on The Morning Breath

"Look i myself seen the same thing to brothers there's instagram account called s base celebs face where the basically his point out anytime a celebrity like voter shops are instagram'd but it doesn't sound crazy but it is because what some shocking is like oh i wouldn't accept legler insecure and and the people who do it like elsa host who's like a detroit secret bashar motto she makes herself skinnier in all of her pictures they can bell id does it all the time like hillock girls who are so fucking skinny look even they don't think they're skinny and up how like millsap when karen knew what about that of camera and yet and he'd like it's weird you see what people are insecure about like she makes our jaws smaller and she later their eyes it's a really crazy she also photoshop karl lagerfeld which was like yeah she he had a double chin and she took it away we'll that was actually pretty nice of our honestly i look i want to end up on that page do you have a lot of followers and i'm proud like don't don't even try and exposed by based shooting like i do it i'll do is you have to take a photo from get yet they have to be able to have the original so basically this girl does side by side of the original and the altered and that she also does a video aired goes back from the original to the altered back to the original you could really see everywhere they do it also a lot of celebrities are like selfconscious about their next week making small next no there unlike the what are these the trap yet they all do their waste like they make the waste the jessica rabbit and and it's just like it just makes you just have like okay i'm allowed to pay suit like i've definitely have things to tune do you know what i mean like elsa host you're not allowed i'm sorry i bella dean john bannet except bella hadid is on the cover of something being fell off a feed oh wait that's not even the worst part she is naked rubbing vagina.

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"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"karl lagerfeld" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"East parking ramp on level one somebody has an opinion yeah if you call on it i would love to know yes five one six four one one o seven one i i think couple of things number one we are two conditioned even if we complain that it's hard to park we expect parking at him all be free yup and so the idea of paying for it just seemed gets what's it it's one of the things that have and with downtown brave didn't wanna pay yarkoni the other thing though is that you know they say oh it's a seamless experience it so easy but you still you've got to download the app you've got a goaded the air i mean it just seems like two when he steps when you're in a must you do it in advance which you could do you're going to the mall no is going to be busy you don't wanna deal and so you you can look here spa reserve your parking spot in advance well i wouldn't do it how much of his valet parking cost there do you know i feel like it was seven dollars i want as i was going to say around ten mirror yeah yeah better tied ally well yeah or park who saw i think it's not that hard just old school i am okay the ras dear yet then that let's move on to schmoranzer karl lagerfeld those gendarmerie store you know last week if people were listening when you weren't there we had michelle big on who has a company called neat little nest and it's all she's been certified by the marie kondo said the life changing logic of tidying right yeah and so there was an article that karl lagerfeld maybe has marie condo his life and was unions russ which means he's gotten rid of all kinds of things that he told women's wear daily that he he is streamlining his way of life and he is uh a he's getting rid of possessions he's detach e himself from unnecessary stuff and that means for him that means houses trips holiday social life all that swork okay as ally who already we do have a car about the park in if we wanna take okay gerhard generate okay haro can wait as we have stacy okay hide sisi of you give you tried this parking no i haven't tried the parking that i probably would if i was in a hurry.

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