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"lawrence steel" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D
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"lawrence steel" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast
"We saw is something very close out than it has to do with culture consumer or the a the person who's looking for that kind of being when i say reaching Knee shes all over. The world in every corner means reaching the kind of person that values that over the wow factor or the news. I think it's an exciting time because you can speak subtly through the means that there are today and through the possibility of reaching people which before it was a secret now it can be a secret among now. That's interesting you say this because when you had your own label in the How long did you have your label for ten years. Exactly from ninety four to two thousand four and very famously you were profiled in the new yorker and a it was a funny theme running theme in that piece was how much does lawrence steel really want success yes and it was considered afterwards to be but you slightly shot yourself in the foot by not coming across as is steaming lee ambitious guy with his vision that that consumed everything before it. But now what you're saying. Is that that state of mind that you had then is an asset in this new world will. It is who i am. And i've always considered to be the thing that i'm about you know at the time. Michael wrote that article. He followed me around three or six months. While i was working on the collection was very vulnerable. You know he saw me in every sort of integration but what was going on in fashion at the time were like rappers restarting to get involved in fashion. That wasn't konya with the konya before p. diddy who who is starting his fashion label. And it was all about having this motor behind you. A correspondent with the the big groups so his perspective on what i was doing was obviously put into context. With what else was going on in that specific moment i perhaps had more experience than have been michael inspector. I'd seen fashion change over and over and over and over again. I studied the history of fashion. So from the twenties onwards i mean. We'd every generation reinvents the wheel. I never thought that. I had to be about the short game. And i'm i grew up was in the military so i traveled throughout my whole you. I don't think i lived anywhere more than two years until i reached age of fifteen Germany of spain and of japan different parts of the united states. I'm an outsider. I've always seen what is different in humanity and what is similar in who humanity from the point of view of someone who comes in has to fit in and then moves are also gay and black and there's so much to keep my perspective kind of singer myself. I was never about making things to necessarily succeed. I i didn't wanna sell my label either. That's why shut it down. I want to with my work to create something unique to meet and it was never about how big i became but how true to a signature i could be and my heroes. Were charles james. Bna chanel balenciaga people. Who had made a mark with form with shape who had sculpted. I can cut jacket. I can drape address. I can so i was selling my own bows at fourteen because they can find what i wanted to wear. Clothes are an easy way to kind of introduce yourself to the world when you've just arrived and so that language to me was what i've always been about the power by then and how close are an extension of self Your best self that you wanna put to the world so that article which to me was like ten pages in the fucking new york or you know what i mean. That was the yet and batons the win right there. Who cares about the rest of it. I think i was the first to have that kind of coverage so for him. It was about where i was going for me. I was already there with the article. I read that at the time. It was painful to read to some degree very proud. Photograph is beautiful. Micro roberts shot this gorgeous picture of me surrounded by these girls and my clothes and it was fantastic but reading the content that competition that i might win or might not win after spending three months or six months with getting to know michael specter. Only god you know. I'm literally with my pants down the new in the new york ten pages but i think it's also portrait of that time and if you think about it today a lot of those people that he was comparing to don't exist you know didn't make your mark and i'm in for the long run you know i've never stopped work. I did shutdown business. That was a choice. Because i didn't want sell it or get a partner and at some point when fashion moves on either you must move on with it or you become extinct united and so i moved on with it you know. I moved into the houses that were being created and supported by the industry and stayed relevant. What you think was the key for you. When i when i think about your career. You'll absolutely right. you have been in. You have worked in so many different arenas always as a presence but never as sort of all or nothing guy. I wonder what you feel. It was in you that that whether you feel that maybe there wasn't a galloping ego or what was allowed you to subsume yourself even when you had your own label in a very romantic sense. I again think that. I've always thought more about close that it was making them the image that i was pushing chanel was like an amazing communicator. She was able to push herself and she did it through. So many absurd means that political alliances whatever to make that her brand but i align myself kind of work. That balenciaga were doing which was about sculpting clothing of course. I don't think those kinds of clothes matter today. Life has moved on where faster easier we need function as opposed different functions from our clothing. It's more about leaving a legacy than it is about being on the front page today. I don't know. I suppose that i'm very conscientious. Of how might identity on my own person remains in as a legacy i. I'm just very conscientious. That being an example of a kind of humanity kind of person perhaps has more value.
"lawrence steel" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast
"Clothes are an easy way to kind of introduce yourself to the world when you just arrived that language to me was. I've always been about the power of identity and how close are an extension of the self your best self that you want to put the world. There are so many different ways that you can speak about core values and can reach millions of niches at one time being a secret and doing things well but reaching the far corners of the earth. That's an exciting prospect hi. This is enron at founder and ceo of the business of fashion. Welcome to the buick podcast. It's friday june eighteenth. This week lawrence steel made his debut and his returned to ask pacey the italian brand where he first started his career. After arriving in milan in the mid nineteen eighties he talks to tim. Blanks about his journey from rising star to closing down his business to working behind the scenes with mrs prada and alongside his partner. Francesco resort marnie. And what it's like to be back in aspen. Or his journey first began. Here's lawrence steel inside fashion. Congratulations lawrence on your new gig with a specie. Thank you very much doesn't this doesn't this kind of bring a full circle. Create a full circle. Didn't yes yeah. I i worked there. When i was doing. My election mistress was he was helping me finance my own business. So it's a bit of a return. Yes it's like a kind of going back to my past and having the opportunity to correct my sense now. What coming back. We'll be moving forward. I shouldn't say back. Because this is something i'm i i feel as particularly noxious about this moment that the this seems to be such a willingness on so many people's pot to go back to the way things were really i think as you were saying. This is an opportunity to approach things in a very different way. How do you see espec- now how. How different is you'll visual. Well when i fell in love with auspicies do you know which was a long time ago. Because i met mr odyssey in the mid eighties lucchino designing the collection for him and i was working from ski. No on the messina collection. I fell in love with the brand because it was the very small berry you had to be in the now to to know about acids sold in italy to a very interesting class of people And if you didn't know about it was something that was like a secret. Now in that sense me it was really special but it was very italian and i was So it was great. Because of that i think today with the world how it's opened up so vast there's something quaint about it being a small brand. But there's something very exciting about taking the values of the brand out into the world and i think today that's very easy to do. I think it was harder to do years ago. Because meant a lot of spending a lot of money and communications and there is kind of set way about expanding business. I think today there are so many different ways that you can speak about core values in reach knee. Shes can reach millions of niches at one time so you can stay niche but also kind of grow exponentially today and that to me is very different. Potential is very different being a sikh written doing things well but reaching the far corners of the earth. I think that's an exciting prospect. It well when you put it like that. Do you think of it as a cult. I think that it is a brand. That's very unique in the sense that it's built around the idea mono products and it's also very well made and special. There's something very sophisticated about it. I think people today are waking up to the idea of making products. That are conscientious. And that are the same that you can go back to but fashion has always been about grand gestures and quick changing. I think that the values that have always been in the dna of ask the sea have been about slow change or no change. Italian brand that is based on an italian aesthetic. Which i like to always make comparison to eating food italian food as opposed to other foods. There's this thing about eating spaghetti in this country where you're cooking for friends and you overcooked it. By thirty seconds or undercooked it by thirty seconds. You have been exposed. You know that is definitely something that someone notices if you get it just right then. It tells everyone something about you. And it's an unspoken thing that exists in the idea of quality and to me. It's the thing that i appreciate about this brand. That's been focused on that kind of thing as opposed to grand gestures and big changes or speaking loudly. It's a quiet thing that when you put it on it connects to people who get it. I would love to know what the equivalent of al dente in fashion is words just thirty seconds on the right side or the on the wrong side of a installed those pieces all those objects that we desire but we can afford another for that exist in the world. I mean to me other than to is definitely the kelly bag. You know what i mean. It's something that is just so perfect. You can't actually perfect it. You can copy it. It remains you know like us. Beautiful spaghetti pomodoro. You know what i mean. It's it's that thing it's so essential you can't make it any better or worse but that's obviously something that's been you know. Everybody knows the kelly back. But i think that put on a comfortable pair pair of shoes. You know what i mean. It's also the same thing slip into something and it doesn't hurt defeat you can walk in you. Don't get you know. There is a subtle thing of qualitative. That today isn't necessarily at the center of everyone's attention i think. With communications image has become has overridden misguided. Say that in english. The knowledge of making clothes. You know what. I mean when you put something on. I think about japanese fashion casual fashion. When you put it on quality. There's this thing wabi sabi which is worn just right and it's again that degree about then to which it has equality that feels like it's always been not necessarily new not necessarily something old but something that fits you and becomes part of you or an object. You know a base that you can't tell what it is to me. Those things while.
"lawrence steel" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"They will start in the middle of row to next Sunday at the Indianapolis five hundred dollars. You talk about an interesting dude, that guy is an I mean, and I mean, think of his life, I think he's about twenty years old. And I you know, I talked to him for a few minutes before we started the forty four we sat there, and I mean it is like it is, it's amazing. How how he has brought the Steinbrenner named that is, you know, I mean infamous with baseball and the Yankees. And now in this he says, yeah, I I'm a baseball fan, but I'm more motor motor racing fan obviously, now because he is t- is names on the team. So it's it was amazing. We've talked about in the past all these owners. We have today are greater retire or eighty years old. And finally here comes to buy young enough. They will have a long career if he stays interest, he's, he's going to be around for a while. David Letterman, I mean, there's been some pretty pretty cool owners that are pretty well. The David there. No. I don't think he was no, no coffee was, I was going to I was going to talk to him. But Courtney force was there. I got to shake her hand. There you go. And then they had a call the ambulance, so for her for me. Okay. No. She did you know, I decided kind of introduced myself and it was like a yes. Ma'am. Yes. Mrs Ray hall. Yes. Ma'am can get you anything so. But it was it was quite a day yesterday at Indianapolis, and thanks to curt Cavin. And Pat and Kate, and Suzie and everyone involved with the IMF in the IndyCar series saw the illustrious one. Patrick Meyer Meyer Meyer. Yup. There Mr. photographer himself. Yes. Let's see Brian marks. He's our man with Ray hall, Letterman Atlantic and racing. Patty read also helped us out setting up about a about a month and a half ago emailed, that young lady, and she set up the interview with one Mario Andretti. And we. We did that. But last year before last I was the year. That was the first year with Fernando Alonzo wanted to get an Mario Andretti thoughts on that. And initiator. Of course this being the fiftieth anniversary of his win in nineteen sixty nine and I, I was a kid back then and remember him winning? But other than that, I mean, just to hear him, tell the story of how the car was coming apart, and this, and that and he, it was a backup to the backup that he won in scar was still falling apart. But it still stayed together. And he became a an I mean you, you talking about a motor sports icon. I mean, the Indy five hundred Daytona five hundred forty the one world championship. I mean that guy could get that guy could get my car and win anything. I mean I it's he has an I mean and no matter where he goes up there. It is like I mean, the, the fans just go beserk when they see him saw yesterday. So Johnny Rutherford also saw Dani Sullivan yesterday. He's got he's got a show motor sports show on Sirius XM, and I'll tell you what he looks pretty darn good. Really all you can think of when you see him is the spin win. That's it. I mean that is it that is it? I mean, it was, you know, you just sit there and go Dani Sullivan Formula, one Louisville Kentucky, Kentucky speedway. And it's like is this how about that spin and win? I mean, that's it. Right. You know. It was a great day, and thanks to everyone and course last, but not least the illustrious one Lawrence steel. Yes, absolutely. She runs. She runs that place. I mean, Laura steel runs that place they ought to name it after la- steals, IAMS what they ought to do because she is great to see her yesterday for a few minutes in between interviews and TV and radio stuff that she does. So let's exactly the way she did when she was him. She runs a hundred miles an hour never slows wreck Clark of the Amen to that. So had a great day yesterday, and it was just it's, it's magical. I if you if you've been to the speedway, you know what I'm talking about. If you have it, you gotta go up there and see it, because it's it's hallowed ground for any like racing fan or anybody else. But when you go up there it is like I mean, it's it's like church and eventually get tickets for next week. I'm sure you can conscious this week. And I finally got the coda there, you go finally got in the pagoda yesterday, curt Cavin brought me into the pagoda, and I got the see the one and only hall of Famer himself. Bob Jenkins and also Dave. Laboro and you talking about a palatial booth that those guys, I beat air conditioning food everything. I mean those guys got it made that's why they didn't invite us up there but pagoda was incredible. Of course you sat up there with the, the mucketty mucks of the world. So that is how it is that the bit everywhere in that place. But the pagoda and finally yesterday got in there. So it's, it's quite a spot the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. 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"lawrence steel" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
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"lawrence steel" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Com. Bob, Seger and the silver bullet band. This. He's lightning radio. A and four seconds left at the third lightly. Four to two. Nothing lighting after one. They really dominated the first period. That was not the case that the second. He pulled the Panthers control boosted the period each scored twice those three to lightning heading into the third points power-play goal opening up four to lead lighting have had these two three one four two. This has been a two-goal lead. They've been able to hold for much longer though. The other two Panthers answered the next shift. Taking a bowl game again. Point to the right of demands made a good save Ecuador slapshot. Point wins. It headman taps the stall. But of the near corner reverses it for Alex Florida the far corner lifted high in the air did it get out. Yes to center ice bounces down for Anthony ferrelli Zarella forces it in. Here's bath behind his own at fumbled it Lawrence steel, right circle to hold it in. But it's dead. It's for sort, but hoovering it out to Senator Joseph backtracks to collect for hesitant surreally Dotson and once more here's equa little feed by Joseph disrupts the clear equity fouls up. Does get it up and knocks down at sweeps. It back in Ecuador little feed to center ice. Frank toronto. Mickey going warns, right? And his grill warrant a steal taps it in maths. It has to retreat.