18 Burst results for "Linda Evangelista"
"linda evangelista" Discussed on History of the 90s
"Into an iconic pop culture moment. The video was directed by david fincher. Who was at the start of his career and we'll go on to make classic nineties films like seven and fight club. It was shot over several days at merton park studio in london and like the british vogue cover featured naomi campbell christy. Turlington linda evangelista. Cindy crawford and tatiana petites. The result was a six and a half minute. Moody romantic video filmed in neo noir tones. That's been watched over a hundred million times on youtube. It was revolutionary for.
"linda evangelista" Discussed on Throwing Shade
"But also of course sometimes the clothes do not make a man. Speaking of this is tan. Gentle guests who i am re obsessed with the easter bunny. Linda evangelista very close lateral. Move she is they are. She does remind me of the easter bunny. Actually she always has fashion eggs back on at all. She's got those like three foot long ears point straight up like she knows what she's a she's a she's an anti-christian Satan is symbol of What's doing smoke and mirrors of what the holidays really about if you were to ask me. Who were the most super of models. I would say naomi campbell linda evangelista. Excuse me period end of story is stops buck stops there buck. Stops there in the supermodel. The superstars crawford is fine. She's great cropper's she's fine okay claudia schiffer fine or just lynch. Linda land lease as i call her for short give. I just want to put her first and last name together. I just call her linda. Definitely me too so fucking smart and political true actually says get deep fucking instagram. I will i. It's like max mara icon of the world. She's a smarty petard. I'll tell you that right now. That's great gets it. And i'll tell you lynch sees the world that's what do you fall. Instagram i i literally i just you know. Sometimes you're just like you're just doing you're doing laundry or something and you're like what is it linda evangelista apt to you and you know this because used to be used to have a show all about it. Let's true that we never did her. But that's trajectory self. And i did bad. You haven't done that we serve. Why did you stop doing that. Show i know you have lots of time we got. We were starting to make way too much money. That's just it just started to feel greedy and selfish and you know what i mean. Yeah didn't you got like a huge endorsement from like. Ea sports nike. And mike. My jesus which jumbotron the brands. Yeah under under ice squares at be ori- strips by the way tiffany trump news. But only sort of you ready for. Yeah yes girl someone sent me. We've gone aaron so you know how like tiffany trump in our mind is obsessed with the high heel shoe chair. Yeah just with. Someone sent me a picture of yesterday. A high her in a high heel shoe chair. I would be that would be full circle moment. No someone sent me a picture of a giant bathtub. That was a high heel shale. Yeah may i guess where it's located. You know what whatever you say. Because i don't know where it's okay to wherever you say is where it's going to be. I've already decided russia or las vegas. That's all i got. It's either putin's issue. Osmond's sure a fucking in poughkeepsie. I'll tell you that much now. You're right that does feel like a very vegas slash does vegas.
"linda evangelista" Discussed on Throwing Shade
"He talked about someone who believes that alien DNA is absolutely big user medical procedures. Mcclain. Oh, she thought she was the. Absolutely. Hell on heels. Hell on. It was called Hell on heels encourage everyone to watch Ed Parker Posey and Shirley maclaine. Okay. In fact, watch it and then come back and I'll finish this. Okay. So Mary, Kay. Cut ties with their most successful saleswoman. One of the most successful Linda. Bergerson of Cedar Rapids Iowa. Linda. EVANGELISTA has been peddling Mary Kay products. Honestly Linda has been doing this and she quit her teaching job in the nineteen eighties to become a fulltime cosmetic saleswoman. Just friends me Linda Evangelista was a schoolteacher know Linda. Okay burgers. Okay so Linda was an ace at makeup sales. She get this she was one of the top sellers and Mary Kay where she won or earned. Gets, pink, cadillacs. To Up. Five more ten or. Thirty less. She? He we'll get this. This is the pulse of all of it. So apparently, you don't get the pink cadillacs, they're all leases. So in other words, Mary Kay covers the least for like two years. But then it's like we'll do want to buy the car after the lease isn't that Kweisi? He's thought the pink cadillacs were gifts. That is for sure something. You don't find out until you get there Ab. That's like when you win a game show in there by the way, all of this comes with a sixty percent of taxes and also we're not actually going to give you. The worst hotel room in line exactly I'll do like. Having no windows she was one of the company's top sellers and say, okay, the company uses the least program. So yeah, they they either turn over the keys after a couple of years or they have to buy out the lease such bullshit. She just basically got a new lease every year. Exactly and she loved it. She would say when I drove this, be Cadillac you go to a four way stop sign and people stop and look at you a little bit longer and then they all say is that I only think I believe that for a minute. Four way stop at three other people on the windows and say, is that really paint by the way the pink cadillacs don't look. Pink, they like Champagne. And then there's Linda cop out it's not like hot pink. Yeah. It needs to be like you evangeline what's her name Angeline I agree with the hopping corvette okay. But this pink Cadillac one I'm still. Wanted for paying cadillacs ended up leading to her complete demise. Because guess what? She was in one of her Mary Kay cars when she and her husband, Tom? Pulled over on the side of the street. And for absolutely no reason except they said, it was a protest started taking down black lives matter signs. And no one connected to Mary Kay except for the fact that she was driving a pink Cadillac. I would love for this and unsolved mysteries but the mystery resolved very quickly. What a eight, seven, six, five, three, five, three, three, what yeah. Yup. Shit odd acidy Yup to do that. Period I totally did you. It ain't your company car right to do it any car that was I mean I mean, for those kind of companies fairly progressive. No I know I think that's actually one of the good ones of the bad ones I. think like other if you're going to get involved in something like that. I think that's like. Sort of an okay Wanna again, all to a double d did the right thing. I mean they did cut ties with this woman but. The best we're seeing. That cabbie she said, she didn't do this. To be racist but to prove a point, which is what she didn't have an answer pass. So I think she how she selling lipsticks with that kind of logic. Couldn't agree more. Yes. She said she literally said she was like It was excuse me she said it was to send a message. That they asked to know what should she couldn't come up with anything. So do you know where she is? Will this happened in Grand Marais Minnesota? So she's like a midwestern Cadillac Wayne. Racist and so anyway, the images went viral people trying to find her and then finally Mary Kay idea her car and said, she's one of ours and they we issued at a really. A statement that really I couldn't really make anything of. The Golden Rule respect and they don there's The golden rules, respects and making others feel important our values founding values here at Mary Kay and are expected from every independent beauty consultant represents our brand after looking into the situation will be suffering a relationship with this individual they come come on a little stronger but I guess they wanted to make it some pretty or something well, I don't think Mary I mean Mary Kay and he's a real hard look at their foundation colors and see if they were you where they're coming down as far as like being inclusive by the way, her profile is still on their website even though they've sever ties with her so that could be easier to. We'll see what happens there but A. Really all that was just a Promo to watch hell on heels and also to congratulate Arizona and also congratulate twitter for and by the way facebook actually also took down Donald Trump. Junior. Post. which like really is meeting this. I. Mean you talk about the worst of capitalism that that's the organization They take down trump's if he's a retiree tweet this stuff. Yeah. I agree you know what I mean but maybe they wouldn't. They wouldn't take down trump because he didn't upload the video. That's why they targeted Donald trump junior so that he reached we know but apparently, that's not part of their. Rules is they can't do that to someone who re tweeted do we ever? I agree. I agree to. Their own nursing, your baby five inch. Yeah. I think there's just all afraid of like being on the wrong side as. They should be afraid to be on the right side of history. Yeah. They should. They should be afraid of being on the right side of history during your. Question. Where are you going to get your concealed now that married we obviously, you could still support Mary Kay but now that. Is Out of the game trim SPA. Baby..
Bonus Episode: Hairstylist Chris McMillan
"You are. You're a businessman your salon owner. But you're also you know it's ten so corny saying this celebrity hairstylist. I feel like I'm reading. You Know People magazine boldface Celebrity Hairstyles hairstylists to the stars Chris. Mcmillan you are the rare hairstylist. Who is a hybrid of all of these things I mean how did you plan to become like a salon owner? Did you plan to do celebrities hair like did you? What was your end goal? My plan was to do five people's hair a day and charge them hundred dollars each so I would make five hundred dollars a week. I would make two thousand dollars a month and so then I would rent an apartment for a thousand to twelve hundred dollars a month. I would get a car that I think I was looking at like Volkswagen's or something that was like two fifty a month so that's how I thought about it that way. I was able to do what I do like. I always kept that SORTA That's how my brain I'm a real believe it or not. I'm a real simple thing. And it just snowballed from there of that happen. You don't charge your hundred bucks for haircut anymore you know. I was given opportunities to prove myself and I've always taken advantage of those opportunities. I truly from the bottom of my heart was meant to do hair. I really was. Who's hair have you been doing that like the longest like who is the first person that got this one hundred dollar haircut my mall okay? My mom always had bleached blond hair. Fair Faucet like my mom always had kool hair always. That was her thing. Gio is a great hair. She loved her hair stylist. Nick she always had great hair. She was pregnant with me. And that's the first hair salon. I went that I worked at was Nicole's in Manhattan beach on Tenth Manhattan Avenue when I graduated high school like the day the next day. I worked there because I had my licence. Oh wow you were like in it to win it yeah I. My mom was like you doing here. I'm like but they're gay and she's like yeah. You're my gay son. I've known since you were too. It's okay you'll be fine while okay that you told me I remember you said. You have some client. I want to say her name is barb. Bonnie Greider Oh Bonnie Bonnie Bonnie writer lives. It's so funny. Her daughter texted me yesterday. As I as everything. Okay I was like. How's your mom and is a body? Greider is a third grade teacher in San Pedro and she has a standing appointment with me since eighteen years old. Every my gosh. She gets her haircut and I still charge her. I basically doer for free. I talked to her sixty sixty five dollars for a haircut and she tip speed thirty five. Oh my God and she comes here salon she could come to my salon and even Gen does like Shaquille. Can you come to my house on Friday at four to blow dry my hair? I'm Bonnie Jennifer Aniston knows about Bonnie generators and knows about bunnies is aggregate. Do Bonnie and then come over this camp. Would I got mega celebrity? Jennifer come to your salon just like a regular person. You always go to her all the time. She loves it so like she might. She might be behind. Bonnie like waiting to check out no she took check. I set my soul on as an old nineteen thirties bungalow house. So it's very private anyway. So it's very easy and comfortable for people like Jennifer to come and get their hair done and I am kind to like in the center so she knows everybody that works with me. Everybody knows I do her hair. So it's not like nobody's bothering her and everyone does that. I'll kill them if they do that. Like all ends. I got a sharpie asking for an autograph. Nobody is the you know every now and then you'll see like someone walked by like. Oh I'm just checking my messages in l. But I'll I'll check them. I'll be like excuse me and they're like sorry. I'm sorry. Sorry the phone away. Have you really done that have you? Have you really checked somewhat? Of course that's how he stays in the bids right this long. I have to think though Bonnie's been around since you were eighteen age. You okay there. You go do some math people. But that means you've seen her through a lot of trends and styles your other clients regret any of the like styles or cuts you've given anyone in the past not really. I've always gravitated. I think I think I have. I'm not like trying to prove myself and do something crazy and be the most creative. I really truly do want people to look the best that they can look but I also do love change like Linda Evangelista when she had long hair and she went short la that change. She looked just as good. You know and I watched you know Madonna Gino and her changes in and people like that like I always been influenced by change. I remember ruined. My mom had long. You know she had like Pamela Anderson Farah Fawcett hair and she came. Back with highlighted. Low Lighted Cheryl teague hair And then and then from that she you know like in the eighties. She cut her hair short and it was sort of like the Lori L. Freehold Moose campaign like my mom came back as Rachel Ward. You're no character and so I've seen really beautiful changes like. That's the kind of change as I like to see. I'm not trying to like be dramatic in and prove myself through hair but I like to change people's hair like my own that has like feathered hair. And then you give them a Bob that was you know a really Nice Change. You just mentioned yes. You're you're not really working in the salon but you're you had been working on the morning. Show the hairs like good but not great. I'm not being rude. I'm saying it looks like a real news anchor. Yeah well that's what was then purposeful. We did that as we you know. We wanted her to be wanted. Alex Levy to be relatable. Almost you know I mean. It's a moment if you the Steve Corrales character can't even think of his day. Right that's lug it's just got fired and she's unraveling yes is stressed and Jews touching her hair a lot and it's all do for
"linda evangelista" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast
"I'm breaking beady podcast when the best. Keller became a bestseller for MAC like many others. It was a combination of star power meeting print power magazines. Remember those none of this was paid for by the way, I didn't believe in advertising. And that was something that we were very strict about from the beginning. I didn't believe telling people they needed your product was the way to go. I believed in creating a need for the product was a pivotal moment. And that was probably the time that I opened a magazine and there we were with think it was a four page spread and people magazine which was a big big magazine time. It was probably one of the largest regulations, and there was Madonna and lady Di and I only Campbell and Linda Evangelista all talking about MAC the next day, I guess, after reading that article, we had calls from every major department store retailer in North America and Europe wanting to carry our product, they were all talking about MAC and one. Awful. You know, it was discovered this product that worked for them. And to discover this company that stood for so much more than just make up. We had many initiatives at that time, we had back to MAC, we had cruelty for your beauty, and we had glam, we had many initiatives that people embraced. So people didn't come to us just to buy lipstick they came to us, even if they wouldn't weren't wearing lipstick they'd come to support the vivo blind program. Many women would come in just to buy it for their friends, even if they weren't wearing makeup. So there were so many reasons people liked associating themselves with us because they felt that they were helping. Others as well. Let's talk about one of the most iconic MAC lipsticks of all time Russian read the first shaded I ever created was called one hundred percent red. And then one day I got a call from Madonna's make apart is Debbie meser. And she said, I'm working on Madonna's tour, and she said, we need to create some products. And she said, I'd like have really strong lipstick like this lipstick that was one hundred percent read, but I wanted to be really, really mad, so I created flips of call Russian Red, and I think she wore it on her album cover, and it became sort of like the signature color on her blond ambition tour, and it was really if you remember Madonna back in the eighties, it was all about her red lips. And she certainly put us on the map with that color..
"linda evangelista" Discussed on Mom Brain
"That we'd like to give people here, the opportunity to introduce themselves because he always feel like you do it better. I am Jenny Kane. And I'm a mother three on a designer and I believe in living and living. Well, I didn't realize that you started Jenny Kane when you were nineteen which is crazy to be that you, you even that you have the, the sort of chutzpah to go and start a brand, let alone, actually knew what this brand could look like at nineteen. But I imagine I imagine there's been a lot of evolution over the course of, of its lifetime. And I'm really I'm really curious to hear how how the line started and like what it's sort of formation was. And then how it's evolved now that you become a mom and, and that your that your focus in life has evolved quite a bit. Yes. So I always knew that I wanted to be a fashion designer my mom took me to Chanel charity fashion show, when I was eight or nine and I remember Linda Evangelista was in it. And I was totally. Blown away by the entire experience. And from then on out knew that, that's what I wanted to do. So after working a little bit traditional college wasn't really for me. I went to art school for year and then started working and just formed the right relationships and kind of was naive and didn't realize how hard it would be. So I went out and started my own collection producing everything in Italy, I would travel to Italy for three and a half weeks at a time and, and just kind of made it happen. And I always knew that I wanted it to be a lifestyle brand, but not until the last couple of years was really able to like embody that and bring it all to life through the stores and opening up new categories and all that. So it started. I mean, did you start with one particular d start with the flat? Or did you start with, like something else that was really signature to you always known for my sweaters? So my most successful. Items when I first started were these really Lux cashmere sweaters and sweaters are still like one of my biggest categories, and then I would say, when Ripley before Ripley was born. I came out with the door safely. So I wanna say like maybe nine years ago and took off and really helps people know the brand and take the brand to the next level. And then I became known for shoes and fires like, mom wardrobe Staples. I also feel like I, I always feel like when I met, L A, and I'm with my girlfriends, and I only moms have like a thing about a genetic wa about them, but it's just there's something let let it is, it's sunny. And it's effortless and it's warm but, like layered. It's there's a very casual but put together look about them and whenever I asked them, what the were like, oh, it's Jedi its genyk, which is amazing because because you really don't have much time to get dressed, especially when you have young kids who really need you. You an early in the morning, like we just talked about the stress in chaos of just getting out of bed, getting yourself, sort of, like brush your teeth and put your face cream on and come downstairs. And it's really nice to have a wardrobe that lends itself to that kind of quick, breezy but still feeling and looking great unfeeling like you're putting your best face forward. Which I love how did that look and style sort of come to you was it something that you always felt like you dress like or was it something that you sort of started to look at P women around you and feel like this is really missing from what they're what they have available. So when I first started my business when I was younger, I was all about fashion, and increasing beautiful pieces that were much more seasonal. And as I grew up in as I had children, I realized that's not really how women dress in. That's not practical, especially if you have kids, so my concept was find your uniform. What looks great on you. What works for your body.
"linda evangelista" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"I wish your perfect skin. Like for the rest of my life. Is that really asking so much? No. Okay. So I think that you could achieve that through hard work and buy Oakland Rodiles. Tired, I just I'm gonna cheeky it now? Okay. I covered it up. But I was make makeup say and like it's going away the pendulum like I'm kind of going to miss it, 'cause it's like a strategic area, we're kind of look like Linda Evangelista and have a little mole. You know, there are some pimples that aren't the worst. It's an accent. It's just like here. No, yet it's like on my cheek like people literally lady Gaga like draws with eyeliner, like a mole there, and, like my little scabs like turning into the chic, like you should just pick it and give it a Scott. I keep picking it. Yeah. That's it keeps coming back to so fucked up. I know now Eddie do that. You won't have happiness like skin forever. No. I won't I really need to stop picking the scab but like it's just a nervous, tic. Now. My wish for you. Isn't that this life becomes all that? She wanted to setting rascal Flatts. Shame big and your worry. Stay small fucking pertinent to the situation. Honestly, I'm a big proponent of never having to carry more than you could hold true. Early. I carried that I can hold on my way, this went along route there, again in where you get into some loves you. And I want to say things to yet is, is. It's just going to be kind of all stop cream next actually the next time you see me, we'll be in, like two weeks because we're doing podcasts only and I'll be changed woman it for you. It's just the annual. They're happy. Know that I am that where that gives me like my energy to go on for another year. You know, I know I'm going to have to go to another show. Like, maybe I feel like they might be playing Atlantic City. Okay. Why don't you look up there tornadoes? And maybe we could coincided with the Luke Colmes show because I'm coming up that each needs to be scratched. I agree Brasco plots Atlantic City. I just like honestly, any excuse to Atlantic City, I've never been what he was used to go for. I was twenty one and then we haven't done this getting me. I swear do you wanna go? Yeah. Let's plan a trip yet. It's definitely some big towns, rascal, flats God, what a twenty eighteen wiping show me, not, I don't know, awesome, looking at these new photos of John Doe, rebranded. And they're fragging premium look at that. Is that what you would think Jumba juice looks like now, isn't it? No. But that's what I think John would. Right. It so millennial. It's true. Rebrand holmdale, New Jersey Nashville. Oh, they're playing. They headlines this last night. Yeah. Finally, getting the respect they were deserve the country music. They need industry doesn't Chevrolet on them gonna own. I know that's what I'm saying. He's going to keep going every year, I was thinking about that, like Zac Brown band, rascal flats are like the biggest artists, but like they don't get any attention from like dot com. That's for sure, I think it's because they don't release new music as frequently as other artists to not like on the. They're like Connick. Yeah. Yeah. They're legend status. Okay. I'm not talking about the legend. I'm not seeing Atlantic City. What I am seeing is Camden, New Jersey. How far is that? I'd be like it's far. I mean, we went to Trenton so yeah, he's organized a party bus for Sunday yet. Probably for just meeting you by that party buses are fucking expensive..
"linda evangelista" Discussed on Keep It!
"Now, you know, you'd think that would fish this suits wasn't her. She wears her wedding on a plantation on theme. Yeah. Perfect. Tation wedding was high. Yeah. I guess that's the thing. If you wanna do can't come comes a white woman getting married on the planes last mechanization, so Susan Santiago who like wrote notes on camp road over the ever wanna fund YouTube whole, watch her being interviewed and rejecting the premise of every question she is asked and just ruining every interviewers life, and she used to be with any leap of. It's of course, who I'm sure is trying to sell you a masterclass on YouTube right now it does is in her book like notes against interpretation. Yes, also has an essay on UNESCO. And I feel like her essays are like reading an NFL play because it's always like a shouldn't be reading about. But I am going to be reading about. This is what campus but also is not what camp is camp is. But whatever you think campus is it. What camp is is? She know what the fuck it was, you know, what you want Cam go watch baps on that flex that is the best camp movie that has ever been made Netflix snipe generous, I might suggest red box. I. You're kidding. Red box. Tap into one of those the fines you. When we're back. We're going to talk to Jonathan Levin director of longshot. You spend one third of your life in sheets or all the time. If you're a ghost or that's true, or Linda Evangelista who doesn't get out of bed for less than ten thousand dollars. Is that right? Is it her? Okay. Great. Anyway, does she need a betting upgrade, probably safe? She's in that bed that one well, then she should go to Brooklyn which was founded in early twenty fourteen by husband and wife Vicky and rich fool up their mission make five star hotel quality sheets. More formidable and easy to order breath. Clinton was the first directed consumer betting company. Meaning they work directly with manufacturers and directly with customers. No middleman, just a great product and service Brooklyn, and she stone just feel great. But they look great to mix and match over twenty-five colors and patterns to make your bedroom. Just right Florida options. Yeah. Goldilocks would die. The decision would kill mayors..
"linda evangelista" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"And it's like, I know all of the aspects of creating a beautiful photograph and making someone look the best they can and not not try to make them. Like, oh, I I want them to be photographed you. Because I didn't grow up in that. I mean, I grew up in the air of studio fifty four where everybody was with everybody. And you had royalty next. You had celebrity next to you didn't have to go through this team of bodyguards, and and this team of publicists and all that, you know. And and that's what I love about, you know, doing new people. But then when you hit this snag somewhere where you get a new actress that is a somehow in her head thinks that you know, you have to do what they like I'm turned off. I mean, it's not that. I want to do what I wanna do. But I want to have a conversation. I remember there was one time and. One time. There was this one artist that her husband wanted me to make her over. And she was she's a great singer. And so she made an appointment to come to the salon because Steven Meisel shooting her and my salon was at Henri Bendel at the time, and I could see the Trump Tower of so now she's late. She's making me wait, and I don't like to be waiting. And so I still we were on time. Anyway, the story goes that she finally gets in the car and drives she could've walked kitty corner. Do you know what I'm saying what she gets in her limo, no posse, and I see this all playing out. I have a winning. You like, are you kidding? I'm now last. Oh, she did. And so yes, she did. And so she gets to the salon and they escort her to my stations. So embarrassed and all her crew is around her, and they're all talking, and I just looked at. I I got in front of her. Yeah. And the station, and I looked at her, and I said, you do speak because I know you can sing I said, so can we have a conversation. But you, and I said, you know, something I want you all of you to get out. I says I will not carry will not take this any further unless you all leave, and I have my conversation with her. And she goes that would be great. And then she just you know, at that point. It was like, well, I liked it. And I says all right would break in you over man. So the whole idea is that we've got. Come to some agreement. Yeah. So we did. And we ended up. It was a great moment. And it was a great moment for her. And but to this day, I just got called to do her for some billboard awards. And I just looked at. I looked at my agent. I said, are you kidding me? I said there's nothing I could do with her anymore because she's so stuck in this one look, and and I just said, you know, it's going to be just too much work. And it's not worth it for me too. It's like she's like she's like the Barbie doll. And I'm like, I can't you know, it's you are kind of known though for these transformations. Like, I think that that's why people come to you. Right. Well, so yeah, I wanted to ask you about that. You don't think I hope? Yeah. Transformation guy. That sounds good. Linda Evangelista that bomb? I cut her in a Bob we made her blonde we made a red. You know, we did all kinds of rate. We did the skater board haircut. What we clipped up the back of? But that was the time that models weren't being dictated by big companies that they had to grow their hair, you know, or they had long hair, and you know, you could Christmas men. Emmy, you know, you have all these girls, and you could you could do anything you wanted to their hair, and they still were able to work for companies, you know, but it's it's very interesting nowadays. It's it's it's a flip. You know? It's like you're at their mercy. And you know, and it's like I'm so lucky that I work with such great photographers that want to transform people..
"linda evangelista" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Right afternoon. We'll we'll talk shop with you. We were talking about the death of fashion legend, Karl Lagerfeld and true to form even in death. He's ordering people around, of course. So people magazine had this story about you know, that he was famous for his perfectionism. So he left a link the manual. Excuse me with detailed instructions about how he wanted to be remembered, it was a five page document. He started by instructing employees to remove all atoms from his store windows and simply place one bouquet of white roses and a company statement on display. I mean, it's hard to imagine ordering your team to do this. But how do you tell I made? It was also like it was down. It was the white roses with the clear vase. Yes. Oh, yes. He wanted them. Not only white white play. He didn't stop. There wasn't just white roses. Locally purchased. A white flower bouquet out of white roses in needed to go in the middle. Don't put it off to the side in need to go in the middle of the window. According to an and there are photos it has happened. It is on display in the windows of historic. Oh my gosh. The roses needs to be exactly one hundred and twenty centimeters lie. No. I love. Can you imagine? Well, I better get to work. I mean, I have no idea what I whatever. Well, I think I mean when you think about it though. I mean, why wouldn't they want to do that? I mean, I would like when we were reading the articles this morning. I mean, they had four billion dollars in sales literally in two thousand and seven it went to fourteen million by two thousand seventeen. I mean, it's like this was somebody who really understood the business, and you know, I mean when you watch those shows the sets and the details, I mean, everything was done at a certain perfection level. That was just beyond. Yeah. No funeral. He didn't wanna funeral. He was cremated. And he wanted his ashes scattered with his mother and late partner. Jacques Boissier is that it. And didn't want a ceremony. But he he said he had told the New York Times in twenty fifteen that he would die on the spot. And that he was he would never stop working. And he worked till the nobody knows exactly how old he was. Well, they say close to eighty five right? But there is a dispute about any. Did you have you ever seen a photo of him not in his famous tall, white collar? No and black suit. I mean, I wonder what I mean. I mean that would be that's what's so interesting as a breeding, the, you know, like all of the like the supermodels doing their tributes sensitive to him and talking about their experiences in the dinner parties, and how they would finish fittings, and he was so lovely, and they would get to go downstairs and sometimes have little shopping sprees and things like that. You know, you read like all the inside. And it was all really good. But that's so interesting that you say that is no one ever talked about behind the scenes did he come out of that wardrobe? Was it alerts did he let us ponytail down, you know, you ever ever seen? I mean, the the most I've seen is him in a sparkly jacket as opposed to a black jacket. Right. Always the high white collar, and it's kind of funny, isn't it? When you think about I've always been I've always been struck by how many big designers, you think about Armani and somebody that had sort of this uniform that they always wear the same thing. Meanwhile, we're supposed to be buying thousand dollar pieces and wearing different things everyday. Well, I'm one of the funniest things I wanna uniform that I read this week about his passing. And that I thought was really really interesting was there was a trend forecast for Halloween that that would be his look would be one of the top costumes for twenty nineteen. Oh my God. Yeah. Well, very distinct, sure. I think the other thing that before we move on just to touch on is just the legacy of the kinds of shows that he created for Chanel. It was not your typical runway show. No, just the theater of it all and the the way that he I mean, just the kinds of spectrum of a favorite funny because you know, he took over the line in one thousand nine hundred three and then even after all these years of following him. I didn't realize that when he first started. He had worked for Bauman. And then I I knew he was at khloe before he came over to Chanel, but it's really interesting because of course, he had Chanel Fendi and he had his own line, Laura. Line. You know, I will say I think one of my favorites which was like a more recent one there's two there's one that he did for resort. And if you have never watched Chanel show or online to view, these there is one that he did for resort where he set up the longest table and a circular kind of you and all the guests sat at the table and the models walked through. But it was set like something out of like Louie the fourteenth all done and silvers and crystals, and that was just specifically a resort show. The iceberg and recent history was amazing. You remember when he did the supermarket? Oh my God. I love the supermarket was amazed. I love the space that he did. I loved kind of like the the farm arena of things where he did more the rodeo. I mean each year they just what they would come up with maginitude and so different than so regal. And, but you know, also looking back at the close that would March during the day of like in the early nineties with the supermodel Claudia Schiffer and Cindy Crawford. The clothes and the way that it was put together. Like, there was a particular photo that I saw this week of like like, Linda Evangelista, and and Cindy in Cristiani may all in like, these cute pastel colors. Just having a ball, you know? And that's really interesting. It's really beautiful if you're a fashion person like I am. I don't think there was anybody. That was greater. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. You know who is really morning, but we'll be well taken care of Karl Lagerfeld cat. I know isn't that? So cute story shoe pet is going to inherit a portion of the three hundred million dollar fortune. Fudd leaves my hope is shaking your head like damn I wish there was a cat. Belts cat and the Instagram post with the little black hat and veil. Yes. Oh my God. I mean shoe Pat has lived very lavish lifestyle, and you know, must keep up. What she was accustomed needs her caviar, and that's part of it. Yes. Of caviar and chicken, Patty, and she only travels by private jet. Yes. Do we know where she's going to be living? Well, but you know, what what's really interesting. So I mean, she could fall back on her own influence if she ever does need to make a little cash because shoe pet Karl Lagerfeld cat has over two hundred sixty thousand followers on Instagram. Yeah. And a lot of that. Kitty has her own money from endorsements and different things. That's right. The spokes kitty for the German car, Opal. Ah? Yes. And she has helped launch makeup lines for shoe shoe Mira, and she the luxury cat line chess site Cheshire in Wayne, she's been the subject of two books, not one to two bucks. And she. Yes, she has her own little fortune as Karl Lagerfeld like to say, she's a rich little girl will be really interesting. According to French law. You can't will an animal. You can't will an animal and I loved his, quote, he was like, we'll get thing. I'm a German. Oh, wow. Tang. All right. Well, good to be maybe we should try to make friends. We have to take a quick break when we get back. I'm super excited to welcome an interior designer that I've only recently got to know her name has been everywhere. You might have seen it at Studio B lately every project I see I feel like it's coming from studio B. So we're going to meet Betsy Vaas and get some great design tips right after this. I'm shopgirls don't go away. Mytalk one zero seven one everything I say this call for action. And now nip it in the entertainment. Hey,.
"linda evangelista" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast
"Carleen hijau. How are you? Great. I'm having a good hair day. And so whenever I have a blow out and got my waves done. Yeah. I'm just you know, a more confident. Yeah. You you've got a sunbeam hitting you right now. Bit and gel extra highlight. Yeah. Does that have something to do with our guest today? You know, it we have Kristoff row bent in the house. He is a decades long hair color master straight from France. I think everybody is going to be obsessed with him because his approach to hair color is so different than what we're used to hearing. Not only that he's one of the only founders that we've that we really know of that has his own line of hair care. Yeah. That's right. He does have hair colors now, but he's really more focused on the health of the hair. Great and the health of the scalp treating it kind of like the skin on your face. And just what the belief that the healthier that your scalp is the more beautiful your hair will look and feel very French approach. So while you guys may not know his name, he has been sort of the mastermind behind many trends that we have seen at the drugstore because he was a color expert with Lori Al Perez for many many years yet worked on so many commercial. Oh, my God people of haughty Schiffer. And Latisha Casta. And I think what is also interesting about him is that he really was at the right place at the right time and made his Mark with all of the supermodels that we know and love from the mid nineties. That's right. He worked with Stephanie Seymour. Claudia Schiffer an L McPherson. And he became the guru that they could go to where their hair would stay healthy. So I if you were a Linda Evangelista on you're going from blonde to Brown to red hair, you needed to go to somebody who wasn't gonna let your hair fall out because they were only concerned about what your hair look like for that next shoot. And that's really part of his endgame is the longevity of your hair, the health of your hair. I mean, somebody's got to be looking out for it. Yeah. And that just made everyone flocked to him including celebrities like, Catherine Deneuve. Yup. Tilda Swinton still works with Catherine denote today. Let's so amazing. Yeah. Christoph began apprenticeship at just fourteen years old now when other kids were. Saying soccer and the yard. He was like doing hair color..
"linda evangelista" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"So you have a little bit of an accent, do speak French Spanish all of the above where what's going on here? Is you sound beautiful? When you I'm. I'm originally Lebanese. Okay. Born and raised in DC, and how many languages do. I went to a French school, my whole life and heads learn Spanish at school as well. Okay. So big, Arabic, Arabic English Spanish. She's speaks four languages just checking. Not perfectly. My mom would like, I don't know object. No back to the Messia, Laura. Nora mercy. Worst razors. Great. It's. I love it. It's just easy. And then I use a MAC Brown. Penn literally on my eyelid upper eyelid. And then I actually use it in the crease of mind, the circus take brush just brush over cool so eyeliner, but but I use it as a shadow in one pen in this would've makeup artist. Start talking to us about the silken spell that this U C U S sulks. I love that where you would have crease if you have here, but not everybody has a crease. So it's a much clearer way to describe that area of your face seperation, someone who might have a a hooded lid. They wanna sulk if they want us. Okay. So that's what Linda Evangelista said. I think fronts von Nour's called a banana the banana. Yeah. Yeah. On the show. No. Can we talk about your skin care? Hold on one more. Oh, yes. All right. What I love the westbound at today. Oh, I knew that that highlighter. Okay. On. Put it on. And I swear people think I'm like walking with the filter one in the round compact, lack one I think actually have it in my bag. I I will find out and put a link on the blog for everybody. We'll show it to you right now. Lovely. It's great oh in lip. Sorry. We I don't I use. Oh will lead to skin food Okay. I I don't quote based of that term. But like I just put a lot on actually while I'm doing my skin care and makeup and towards the end of the ten minute takes ten minutes to get ready from maybe seven eight minutes. It just becomes translucent and anything excess. I bought off with nex started making a lip balm version of the skin food at came out. I did not want to have to send you some as thank you for fat mascara, you we're gonna ask her about skin care. Yes. Skin care, so skin-care. So the PM my PM routine is like my main routine because I think that's when you really have to take care of your skin. So I always take my makeup off a us. The by Dermot mysolar water, then I use Vanna cream face wash which is super easy, really cheap. Nothing. Nothing special after I've taken my face off. I use a serum right now, I'm using the definition which has defenses and this your own stem cells to kind of help with your skin. In need to get on that too sensitive. This winter sides kind of laid off the rentals for just now. And then after I use the serum use the Henriksen ice cream. And then I either use the leader can food or if I'm feeling I use that pretty I know it's expensive. But I love it, which one artificial skin filler cream. Ooh off it. So good and. Yeah, that's it. And then in the morning I wash my face with water use vitamin c used the Lido, and then sunscreen, I like it four steps. That's it. We cute too. That's awesome. I want to be like you. So it was there anything we didn't ask you that. We should've asked DO. I think it's I think it's a home run. Guys are good. Thank you so much for answering our listeners questions and our questions by pleasure. Thanks so much for having me. Thank you. Thank you cue the music. It's time to raise raise it. Okay. I'm raising a one to a mess CARA. Oh, okay. Which just feels right to start off the New Year's or do that mascara a co I'm pretty sure I've never raised one to this. Because you know, how picky. I am about mascara. I know I think I have one that finally has trumped the blink tubing mascara made the switch. Okay. It's glossy. Okay. I'm sorry. Sorry because it's hyped. And I'd like, but I believe the hype is the lash lick one I think it's their only mascara, you know, me, I'm such a contrarian if everybody likes it. I don't wanna hear about it..
"linda evangelista" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"No. Guest though, the continent is North America. Okay. No, mexico. Mexico a Mexican oh, no be cruises. Yes. Oh. Yes. But guess what? Bradley. That's a great house. Think of Penelope cruises BFF. Gradulate crews my gosh, she's like the the Princess of Pedro Almodovar. So how I felt with Mexican. I should just be ashamed of myself. Okay. Read the blind item. Here's your blind item. Selma Hayek is having to suffer the shame yet again of her husband impregnating, another woman. Now this happened early on in their career. Her husband is a big fashion to do billionaire, and he got Linda Evangelista pregnant when he were first dating, and if you're to believe the blind item this has happened again, not necessarily not with Linda. Henry Bob home. I don't I don't know. Yes. All right. He's in charge of a bunch of fashion brands, and he's a billionaire snow. He's got a lot of money, and he's very highly. Wow. Just we wouldn't we all lost at the game of life. I know. Right. Where are these guys were these billionaires when we need it? Then where do we need to go? Hang out. You still could have won. You guys are take. I didn't mean to be bad influence on you. All right. Let's do another blind..
"linda evangelista" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile
"Southern out of you crash. With in house, which is. He's. I'm wearing edible panties there freely. They're fairly and there may in from concord, grapes. Lease welcome to the stage. It is very distinct and capable ARA to present to you the complex multi talents of musical sensation and worldwide global phenomenon known as. Share? Welcome. Welcome news. So thank you for having me. God is one of my favorite songs. That's right. What's that? From for those for those who don't know that is the the the welcome to New York song from the crocodile Dundee soundtrack the score from crocodile Dundee is really one of my favorite scores of all time. It's actually a great record and fun at parties as well. It is fun at parties. Indeed, Paul HOGAN, it's Paul HOGAN. And then what's the woman's name? Linda, Linda Evangelista. No Lynn lenient day, get married or did they got married and they got divorced. And I think it's a it was Hogan's like six marriage. He had another wife that he had divorced and married. A second time. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He's a very interesting Keri got a little gnarly. I think. Yeah. I think all this marriage is I think really went dark after a while. I did it all I think they just. Split amicably after a certain period of time because all different paths. Fire the flame of love. Sometimes just you know, burns out on its own. Yeah. I can see three tents in the Paul HOGAN household for some reason. I would enjoy I'm just gonna come out and say it I would really enjoy watching having a screening of crocodile Dundee three who was that crocodiles in space. Crocks? One where does that take place? There's no gravity. I I don't I don't even. I don't even know if it I mean, I never saw to just remember when it like it did have a theatrical run, unfortunately. And actually, I know way too much about it at for not having. No, well, so the two writers that were hired to write the thing wrote this full scripted. They didn't want to do it. But they were kinda struggling in their career. Right. So he got this gig. And Ben Paul HOGAN was like, okay, we're going to do a little rewrite. He changed basically if the scene was HOGAN walks into the kitchen, grabs a knife each. It's like walks into the bathroom, grabs a toothbrush like change, nothing except certain words, and and look Asians. Then he tried to have the screenplay registered under his name. So for screenwriter credit? What happens is if you write something, and you don't get screen credit. You don't get residuals. Right. And you don't really get paid that. Well, so those guys had to take him to whatever writer court for the writers guild and the writers one and then HOGAN appealed, oh my God. They want to. He appealed again and then on the promotional tour. He started just calling them out. So he like fully went nuts on these guys. And yet they really like Meg reasonable person. Does. I mean how much money is there? Get to further residuals of crocodile Dundee three is my question, especially after he owned crocodile Dundee like that he owned that. So he made at least fifty percent of the total prophets of that. And the second one. So we didn't need that money. Would you have sex with him that character, I would have sex with that character? Not now, then what kind of bar? Do you think he'd beat him in because there's a quite a bar scene in crocodile Dundee, really? There's a horrible bar scene in cargo. But I think in the you know, if I was in the outback. Yeah. Like in a you know in kind of a dusty saloon or something and crocodile Dundee walked in. I'd let them throw it on me. But if you would if you bumped into him like on a busy street in New York City. When he's still the fish out of water. It's the summer. He's wearing a vest with. No starting. He's got the knife. I'd still probably hook up with him. Yeah. Totally. I mean, you know, I it during that era. Yeah. He was really hot. Yeah. I bet his as penises is is very like hard and hot hard and hot. So you're saying it's very very. Do you think? Do you think he takes the Alice?.
"linda evangelista" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Brenton you agree what'd you think about this week i do agree with her however i do feel that the fascinating slash headpiece was so amazing that is it it almost excused the vanilla of the look because i thought that was almost hypnotic there were two looks on the runway there were absolutely hypnotic this week and this was one of them i could not stop looking at that and she was so smart because she made sure to come out if you notice she came out with like almost like a crown on her head like everything was totally lying out and then she spun it and then she was moving her head in such a way work kept constantly moving i do think and i thought this before and i heard it on auto was in for raven on the raja and raven tooting booting this week that the cuts of the five i would have preferred it to be a little bit higher because right now it looks a little bit like grandma ish a little bit mom i feel like a real superhero would have it like way cut higher liana on in this one just looks a little bit like mom yeah i definitely i can see that i think it is a little bit how lueneburg costume e the actual outfit itself but i percents agree with rent i could not stop staring at her gyroscope headpiece oh my gosh just the way it moves and the way she moves her head to keep it moving that way like oh my god i was it was hypnotic and i absolutely loved it i i to this so hard uncharacteristic alpha looks like she could be wearing she could come out in a diaper like linda evangelista and if she was wearing that headpiece i would love it and to be fair considering the theme is hats entertainment if we're talking more about the hat than the rest of the outfit isn't that saying something.
"linda evangelista" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Because you need a crime doroy did they dropped the ball although it granting ever but the most surprisingly this surprising aspect where that the accessories the models would carry their own heads they were made to look exactly like the person in the exact makeup they were in and the whole the whole room they were in was supposed to look like a doctor's office the reasoning behind this was pointed out in a good instagram caption sitting the entire show is meant to reflect creating new personalities through fashion let's pick a sweet spot i am going look no further than the late great george michael in his music video and then the model member the handphones pleaded no model freon idea had like offer mile that's great the supermodel cafe and all that karaha now let's figure this out because but was lungs boutwell realize yes on i shouldn't be older watch models walk down a runway in europe and treat it like i'm trading baseball cards like an got it night i want to occur not a vulgar oh that oh man maybe the rent mona oh i let them blow me i now now now she looks like she has like aids and hepatitis now now to sunken eyeballs hutus and now non that's a that's a that's an a cup at now okay to not fuck that one behind oh she should working she's stage ran a pretty good yet it should be uh i can give my pants down fast enough that surgery and in the nineties with a linda evangelista as an and all that the turn all the that cindy crawford and then there was a what's her name taylor too low.
"linda evangelista" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen
"Shame because generally the puzzles and laden games are free and gatt it is a shame marion luigi superstar saga and vows irs minions so this is a remake of the olds d asking minorities who are chiba game maryland edgy superstar sagas on through the us on three d asiya and i have an actually played it but i remember loving superstar saga back when it came out until having a played it cause a it's on the three d s if are on the switch i am i play amar but also be uh i just do not have time to be replaying all that many alyasmina say tony negative miller shadow vlore flood down this is the game that really inch reduced blue boxes tissues hilarity early linda evangelista this is the first game because this is as far as i know the first single player 60dollar game to also let you by liu boxes that affect game play if that end if even if there is some exception to that if it seems basically like right was the can there has multiplayer in the game but it's primarily yeah and that was the i remember that being a discussion that that we kinda came back to us oh is itself there is not the even with no clear and seeing it an action and really getting a it's a mix of the facts of it the fact of the micron's actions in the sixty other game which are annoying and the execution which is just gone awful because the game is just such a fucking mess and then mad i've been watching steven in office his plan through the new deal see this they've added that game is just a mess i just is so sloppy and weird in all over the place and loaded with shit i mean we are sitting there with tim rogers are video owner of video editors watching the the upgrade screen which is a nightmare and it just that one thing.
"linda evangelista" Discussed on BuzzFeed's The Library: A Drag Race RuCap
"Of course i love the show will and we love watching you on it so i want to ask you this lastly valentin you know as you were saying the show has been such an amazing learning experience and growing experience in you've really you know transformed as a as a human and as a performer so i wanna ask i mean what did you learn about yourself as a drag queens through the experience of being on rupa's drag race i've learned to embrace that power within me to really believe in my dream bangor being on the show and living the experience has really helped me find my purpose on this earth to really that i came here to make a difference and that i have a vision and that being a drag queen it's perfect for me i wouldn't want to be anything other than a drag queen right now and i have hope to live a with long career through the this platform catapulting me into being discovered by a a a a large group of adoring fans and um what tricalm of me is i really do hope that somehow i can become the face of drag in all of latin america amazing i think that's an incredible and attainable goal from having watched you on this show valentina i gotta remark thank you will well listen i have to say in closing you know your perfect your beautiful you look like linda evangelista a model.