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A Grammys 'Savage': Beyoncé leads with 9 nominations
"Is a top the list of the 2021 Grammy nominees. Backstage. A parade of Grammy nominations for Beyonce, the leading nominee with nine knots, including record and song of the Year for Black Parade Give us with time for the second most nomination six with dual EPA and Roddy Rich Swift. Do a leap also up for the coveted album of the year. Along with Jen Ai, Ko Black, Pumas, Coldplay, Jacob Collier Time and Post Malone. The Grammys. Air January 31st on CBS.
The Weeknd Wins Favorite Song Soul/R&B - AMAs 2020
"Socially distant, partly virtual but nonetheless star studded event hosted by actress Taraji P. Henson Taylor Swift won her third consecutive artist of the year prize, beating out Justin Bieber Post, Malone and Roddy Rich. She also won favorite music video and favorite pop rock female artist and the weekend one favorite soul R and B male artist, Favorite Soul R and B album and Favorite Soul R and B song. This is ABC News. Balance of nature's fruits and
Roddy Ricch, The Weeknd lead AMA noms
"Randy rich in the weekends lead the nominations for the American music awards with eight each I marches are a letter with a preview of Sunday's show Roddy ridge the weekends and Justin Bieber post Malone and Taylor swift will face off for artist of the year at the AMA's the weekend will perform with Kenny G. Billy I which will premiere new song album double are back and will perform Taraji P. Henson will host the awards live from Los Angeles it will be carried on ABC
The Weeknd and Roddy Ricch lead AMA nominations with 8 each
"Couple things really quickly. The nominees for this year's American Music Awards were around announced yesterday. Ah, The leaders with eight nominations are the weekend and Roddy Rich. They're both up for Artist of the year along with Justin Bieber Post, Malone and Taylor Swift. Taylor has one artist of the Year five times, 09, 11, 13, 18 and 19. Justin got in 2010 and 2012. None of the others have won it yet before but post Malone has been nominated before Megan. The Stallion is the second most nominated artist with five. ABC is airing the ceremony live from L. A Sunday November 22nd No word on a host or how they're going to zoom. Everybody in A cz usual, you will choose the winners. Voting is open now at AM vote dot com You can submit of 10 votes per category per day. If you reach those limits, you
The Weeknd and Roddy Ricch lead AMA nominations with 8 each
"The weekend in rocky ridge lead the nominations for the American music awards with eight apiece marches are a letter with the latest the weekend and rocky ridge will compete with Justin Bieber post Malone and Taylor swift for artist of the year at the American music awards swift has already won this award five times and she's the most awarded artist in AMA history with twenty nine wins going into this year's awards other nominees include making the stallion Billie Eilis bad bunny and Dan and Shay several categories have been added in rap and Latin music this year the AMA's will air live from Los Angeles on ABC on November twenty second
Artist and glaciologist illustrate ice loss from glacier in Peru
"As the climate warms glaciers are melting fast over a thirty year period peruse Calcutta ice cap lost about a third of its area. To put that in perspective artists Meredith, like of Chicago worked with glaciologist Andrew Malone, he provided satellite images and data. She then Used Three D. Animation and gaming software to create a virtual world with the city of Chicago looks like it's built on top of the Calcutta Glacier. This provides viewers with a sense of scale. So they can visualize just how massive the glacier is and how much of it has been lost, and so it sort of displaces the viewer from the world that they know but keeps it enough of a familiar context so that somebody who lives in Chicago can look and say, Oh, yeah I know what that distances. into show, how much isis disappeared into able to calculate the volume of ice that has been lost and then convert that into if that much ice were to fall as snow in Chicago that it would return allegation I think of six hundred feet. In their virtual world falling snow buries the city until only tops of skyscrapers are visible. Seeing an image can really illicit an emotional reaction and I think that that's where change can come from.
A New Traditional Family
"So I'm a gay man. She's a lesbian were co parenting in we have a beautiful baby boy turns to a couple of weeks a couple of weeks the couple of days couple of days. Together we've been best friends for eight years. And Yeah, we've done a couple of TV shows might have seen us on what happens at the Abbey which was on, eat back in two, thousand seventeen, and then right after that, we did nine months according to facebook watch bone. Twenty. Seven seconds that's media training this good. That was very few but also you just dropped Courtney Cox in their bail. So you guys are famous. We've been trying to schedule it to you guys for like forever because your way cooler than us. But in the meantime, we had two different listeners be like you got to get these two and send us clips of yours and I was like I am doing my best retrying trying. Their very busy. I think well, I think life took over how many? Endemic hit right as we were scheduling, we had everything on the books every intention all of a sudden it was like Bam. Shut your lifestyle. But here we are. You move I moved to that was not yet. We moved seven times in the pandemic hit and the unknown then Hartley got sick. Oh He he was in the hospital Malone's buffoon before we moved. It was like, okay sickness move moved in here pandemic. Oh my God, what was he doing? Okay it was just it was winter time. It was the flu. It was like a whole household. was I mean we were a mass and we were sneezing and coughing all over each other and she was on her deathbed and next thing you know like in a baby just just say, Oh hey, it's my turn SCARY THAT HOSPITALIZATION OF OF A. Scary I've been there. It's not fun. You know we only just started talking but what kind of amazing is that you two are not a couple but talk to each other like a couple like eight years yeah. Eight years. Yeah. Well No, that's not what happened. Think you're you're like an old married couple but not a couple but a couple best friends. But it it functions. In a very weird couple ish way but it's so not a couple we were. We were kind of like America. And stuff like that, and we see. And we have a baby. Sleep. Basically like any other married. Thanks. So we're happy. A. Narrative there it is, and there's the truth listen I have to say you guys are living the life that I dreamed of in College Lake with my best gay boyfriends like this. I had plans with Gabe boyfriends all the time like, okay. Here's what's going to happen. We're GONNA make it baby. We're going to CO parent actually I don't think I ever talked through the co-parenting thing we were just GonNa. Make a baby together. So like how how, how, how to that, top? Yes. Tucked joining at the top. Okay. Well, it was a fine Sunday funday at the Abbey. She was pouring drinks. I was waiting for them to come in and get drunk. Hosting the front door, and before this shit hit the fan and and the storm. Con Sunday Funday we were just having a conversation just catching up like friends do. So rating was just going to tell him that was breaking up with one of her girlfriends with something natta girlfriend. And I was telling her that I have plans to have a baby with somebody else who she didn't like and she just looked at me and said, are you fucking crazy Well, yet kind of sort of because I'm running out of options here and then co worker looked about the bus and say, well, perhaps maybe the two of you should have a baby together and then to light bulbs when. We. Look at each other and then we had a conversation for about an hour and we shook on it. Most France do and then next thing you know three years later we have a baby in a nutshell. The elevator pitch for that.
Post Malone wins big at the Billboard Music Awards
"Awards of wrapped up post. Malone came into the show, the biggest nominee, and he leaves the biggest winner he took home the top artist prize. To end the night He won nine awards. You guys Is that incredible? Wow, that's a lot. Thank you, Steve. Okay, um They performed like a button undisclosed secret location. All right. Know what I saw? He was very, You know, he's a really sweet guy. Okay? He won top artist. Let's see what else he won. Hey, one Top male artist. He won top billboard 200 artist top hot 100 artist. Cops streaming songs. Artist. Wow, that is incredible. Oh post E congratulations. Top rap artist. Wow. I didn't know he won top rump artists. Hey one top rap male artist top rap tour. Just all the awards. You get the idea. Do you want to hear a little bit of his speech would be nice. Let me count here. Hold on 16th from top. It's and it's like 56 seconds long. He's just so sweet. And this was the award for top male artist that he won, and he's basically talking to an empty auditorium. Which you know has to be really hard. Sure, weird, if nothing else, Yeah. Oh, for sure, And just being like, especially if you're going to try to make a joke. Although you could argue it's great. You don't have to worry. Did it land that it not There's no reaction, right? You just assume everybody left time for everybody and And I just focus. I want to focus on Spreading love and just just doing everybody's best because I know it's weird, and it's so bizarre to see nobody in the in the audience here in the But, you know, I want to thank everybody at home. I want to thank all my fans. I want to thank my beautiful mother. I want to think. My very handsome father. I want to thank my very beautiful step Mom, Jodi and I want to thank my whole family and everybody And I'm not a man of many words. As you know, Last time. I think I accepted an award. I said I love grapes. And I would like Tio just Ah, accentuate that statement because I still do. And I very much to thank you very much. Ladies and gentlemen, stay strong. And To spread love. Everywhere you go. Oh, I could see you dating post Malone. Oh, totally. Yeah. The faced out what you'd stop seeing that quick. Oh, yeah, For sure. However, he and you have a lot in common. In what way? Thank I'd liketo. Thank you. Don't even hear it like Tio Lank. Thank you, Maam. I very handsome father. Thank you, Dad. Very cute. Thank you. I just seems like a cool, dude. Okay,
Post Malone, Kelly Clarkson, BTS set for Billboard Awards
"2020 Billboard Music Awards in the books. Kelly Clarkson hosting a proud List theater out in L. A Post Malone, one of the big winners, racking up nine awards, taking on top artists for his top rap album, Hollywood's leading Billy, I'll Ish went home with three awards, including top female artist Garth Brooks Country Legend was presented by the Ah former recipient share for the Icon award.
John Legend dedicates emotional Billboard Music Awards performance to wife Chrissy Teigen two weeks after pregnancy loss
"To the 2020. Billboard Music Awards are in the books. Kelly Clarkson, host of the award show in a crowd less theatre in Los Angeles. It was a big night. Her post Malone He's no. The Stallion nine awards, taking home the top artist award as well. Loza top rap album for Hollywood's bleeding. He also performed on this show from a remote secret location. John Legend has performed in emotion tribute to his wife, Christie Thean, who were recently suffered a miscarriage was great. Really good performance that she really wants this. Yes, I'd flip back and forth watching that in some news. Billy, I'll ish went home with three awards, including top female artist If you only ability, Okay? Ah Khalid. Ooh, I like the way you owe him. You like I do because they watches commercials is funny. Little circus. He is funny. The eyes he won five awards cult Religion Guard books was present Great. Brooks was presented with the Icon award. So you got all that going for you and I post Malone's very talented. Don't get all the tattoo thing. I just don't understand the tattoo trying Todo look him up, too. I mean, I just He's never seen post Malone. No, there's not an engine. There's not an inch of his face neck, her body that doesn't have a tattoo. It looks like Horrible but he's really talented. I'll give him
See who won at the Billboard Music Awards
"Well, did you guys have a chance to West? The Billboard Music Awards? I did. I watched it just because killer Mike was receiving to change Make awards. So I had it on mute until that portion of the knot and see. I try to tune in for a little bit. I seem colleague pick up his award. Then I seen saying Jones started before, but I didn't see past that well post. Malone was the biggest nominee, and he actually was the biggest winner. He got nine awards. Overall, he got top artist. Top male artist Tap 100 artists have billboard 200 artist taps dreaming songs. Artist Hap Rat Male artist hot wrapped towards had rap album. In all the vets. Khalid won a lot of awards, too. He got a top R and B album and top R and B artist and Top Army Middle Artis Summer, Walker got top Army female artists. Khalid got top army tour. But, yeah, So that was on last night card to be one for top, a wrap female artist and as a little known as X Got top hat, 100 song, top streaming song and top selling song, Okay?
Post Malone, Kelly Clarkson, BTS set for Billboard Awards
"The music? I I got got the the number number one one and and number number two two songs songs in in the the nation. nation. Right Right now now we're we're talking talking the the South South Korean Korean boy boy band band BTS BTS Way Way taking taking the the stage stage tonight. tonight. 2020 Billboard Music Awards here in Los Angeles, like many artists will be appearing virtually or with tape performances due to the covered 19 pandemic. Others set to perform include the likes of Alicia Keys, cane brown Blue Combs Post. Malone will take the stage. He's leading the way with 16 nominations tonight. This show will be hosted again by Kelly Clarkson. It airs live from the little Be theater. It'll be on NBC. And tonight
Travel to Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy
"I'd like to welcome to the show, Audrey and Manlio Diamante from travels with AUDREY DOT COM and they've come to talk to us a better region of Italy you may or may not have heard of for Yuli. Venezia Giulia. Andrian manlio welcome to the show. Ain't you Chris and thank you for inviting us to be on your bucket today. Thank you Chris Thank goodness well, and we've picked a region of Italy that I couldn't have told you the name of I know where it is about. Where are we talking about? First of all, if we put this on a map Well. If we were to put it on poor looking at the most northerly and easterly region of Italy incense ranked. In the corner literally border the North would be Australia The you're on the right would be slow being young. Then we have the Adriana CCD so we're an also the region of vinet. Oh. So you're about a hundred and solid kilometers from Venice, if you were to be an Bene- some wanted to travel to live in his Julia. Along the highway that would be approximately about one hundred kilometers and. We'll get into his tryst. So that is actually, yes, that's correct Essentially up but would unit is the one that would be most typical the one that really represents reach enough. You're getting ahead of us. Before. We get there. Why are we talking about this region because I'm not going to try and say it every time we say this because you see it so much better than I do what is your connection to Fluey Valencia Julia Well. My husband is born and raised and in. So he actually also be Lionel which is a local language. I actually met my husband and he. Shot on location to Spain, and so a friend of mine asked me to stop in a visitor in Italy and when I did, I, actually met my husband for the first time in this was in ninety seven. And then he later on emigrated to Canada. Got Married. Will and why should someone go to really Well a food essential yet is one of those regions I mean most of us think that there are token room. Most. Now, there's nothing wrong with that. Unfortunately, the name as a reason, I'm right. I would probably say somebody if you're traveling for the first time to Italy to do the Venice. Florence, and the Rome but for anyone who's looking for a more authentic way of appreciating Italy, then you need to go into some of the regions that are less traveled and as you as one of those, and it is really in a very good location if you really think about it because. I so much to offer from the beaches by good idol. History going back to the Roman history, the lull of our history world or one history that is worse. The front was for World War One and some of the worst battles that were ever fought or along from the car so and these own so. which my husband can talk to you more about you have the Alps and will you can go skiing in the wintertime amazing wine the quiet you're y region is world famous. Now they produce some of Italy's best white wines and the photo of course is quite unique because. Latins. A mixture of different cultures the Australian. The. Italian. So it has for a traveler they can spend easily a week and this particular region. and. Enjoy it without rushing and seeing quite a bit and is not just about lying. It's about so much more and if they wanted to add a week. Of the Australia they ads Vania or they could advantage what did I do not doin? The. Bending on how they want to program their time. Excellent will in what kind of are you gonNA recommend for us. It was one week hurry and it would be centered around the fugitive and essentially in Rio. And some of the key points to keep places that I would recommend would be, of course, the as they would be the capital and then of course. We have also the cheated on the time of she that we have sunshine yearly, which is where my husband's mother comes from. And they're famous for the BUSHEL. And then of course, we do the mountain area could pop into Saudis for example, or we could go into van Saun name and Sony in. Leitch are two towns a really represent how he only that was devastating binary choice in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, six in really showcases the people themselves how suffered this major earthquake? Literally As you experience that you were there, I did yesterday what about a thousand people who died back in nineteen seventy, six cents I would say a large portion of region was actually essentially destroyed in Seoul the two towns my wife is referring to there called been solely and Jim Malone and they're very they're close to each other right next to each other one of them is a UNESCO side and that's been. So it's a UNESCO side because it maintained. The original character prior to the earthquake even though it was completely built, but it's very touching in it's very characteristic of the regional freely. So we would definitely recommend it
Post Malone leads 2020 Billboard Music Awards with 16 nominations
"The 2020 Billboard Music Awards have announced the full list of nominees for this year's award ceremony. Kelly Clarkson is set to return to the BBM stage as host for a night of awards and performances. Post Malone leads this year with 16 nominations in 15 categories. First time Nominees. Little Nose X received 13 nods and Billy I'll Ish Got 12 Khalid ties with ill ish with 12 nominations. Tom
Post Malone Leads 2020 Billboard Music Awards Nominations With 16
"Music Awards were announced yesterday and post Malone leading all Artists at 16, including top artist top male artist have rap artist top streaming song artist Lana's ex Fowler's him with 13 nominations than Billy I'll Ishan, Khalid H or 12. But it's going to be a virtual broadcast live from the Dolby Theatre in L. A. Actually, we're 14. Well, like a lot of other awards shows that have slants you know to them, like the American Music Awards is kind of an opinion thing. Billboard goes by chart performance who has been all over the charts in almost every format Post Malone and Actually, they don't know if it's going to be a Spitz. Strictly Rachael. I just read their figuring that out how to handle the whole time magazine
Post Malone and Billie Eilish among 2020 Billboard Music Awards nominees
"And the Billboard Music Awards were delayed because the Corona virus outbreak, but the nominations were finally announced this morning and post. Malone leads the way with 16 Billy. I'll ish is close behind with a dozen This year's billboard Music Awards will be broadcast live from the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood next month. But how the show is going to look during the pandemic that is still a mystery.
John Boyega quits perfume ambassador role over Chinese ad
"Has stepped down from his role as a global ambassador for perfume brand, Jo Malone after the company decided to hire a Chinese actor to replace him in an ad he created. Star Wars star writing on Twitter today that the brand was wrong to replace his ad campaign in China by using his concepts and a local ambassador without his consent. Jo Malone and upscale British perfume brand owned by Estee Lauder has said the change was a misstep and removed the ad. The original ad starring Boyega made reference to his Nigerian heritage in a scene featuring West African attire.
John Boyega quits perfume brand Jo Malone after being replaced in Chinese commercial - CNN
"John Boyega the Star Wars at Disney actor brought tone as the first male ambassador for this perfume brand Jo Malone very well known global perfume at Brandon and of course, that's a whole technique that brands use the bring on these ambassadors in order to drive a customers towards them not aspirational sense. Well, Boyega along a perfume with a Jo. Malone became the first male ambassador and yet he's suddenly finds that the Chinese version of the ADS. He's been airbrushed out of the entire concept I he's furious. He's resigned as a balloon ambassador because he said, the didn't talk to him or consulting in any way. So what once again using an ambassador to promote your brand may be agree idea but if you're not gonNA use them, you probably better tell them absolutely just to point out here that Jo Malone herself sold the company. She now runs Joe Loves and Jo Malone is owned by a corporation.
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"malone" Discussed on Homophilia
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Like for me, that was an added bonus like you had this like club. You were suddenly and in the sisterhood, and I loved it, and especially up here because we were you know there was there. Was this really really amazing group of just Hardcore Mountain Lesbians up here. That's suddenly I was cool enough to even just sort of be in that room with them and just revered them. They're just like really amazing. Women too strong, fierce, athletic, bad ass! Mountain women appeared that. Are Ed we're all just friends with each other. Because they all dated each other, it was really incestuous at the time I. missed all that because they were older, but You know it was just a really super cool group to suddenly be accepted into that was also part of the allure of it was was the community also you know? 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"malone" Discussed on Homophilia
"Dave. How's it going? How's your health? Health is Great. Health never been better frankly. As far as I know I did. I did get stabbed in the face this morning with a with a q tip. Oh I went for. I'm sorry. Can we just start over? Oh, I just want I. Just want to start with ts to the interview. Oh, I'm sorry, that's. and I mean there's no right wrong and just kind of that I. Don't know the I. Don all your ts to the interview? Yes, an. And then we'll talk about. Getting stabbed face that. Matt Dave. Matt I am so excited that this interview is finally. Seeing the light of day we talked last yes. On. And? She is a dream and I think that there there are. There are incredible moments in this interview, but there are. A few that I felt in my gut like so much great stuff, just knowing what is absolutely obvious about yourself and investigating it in every conceivable way of and saying you know what I I think get. Let's let's let's get. Just like lurking and exploring, and just hanging out in queer spaces just to see what they're all about. With me. Very strongly. And I think it will with you to listener Beth Malone is our guest today. I'm very excited. Yes, we'd love her. We love her. Love her to death. I need to tell you that. I feel violated and betrayed, oh Why are you going through? Not by you, but today I went for another Covid, test because here in Los, Angeles they they are free young, and you've been very good away about getting tested. I have been I haven't Yay Ben and are kind of trading off. He won like. One of US will get tested every ten days or so because is there and so this will have. This was my third today. I to very standard cheek swab. You know kind of a situation. The only the only problem was a little bit of a weight. The first time second one. You know a little bit less weight today breezed right up to the front line at the Forum I. Eleven o'clock appointment I was often running at eleven sharp however as they handed me my test. They said. This is the nasal swab. They did a little switcheroo on me. Today Makaki the one thing that I was terrified about. Came to pass today. Which is you've never done you've only. Does the cheek swab only cheek only on the cheek did the one blood test for the antibody today? Stabbed Ethics I and I know it's supposed to be the more accurate one, but I'm here to do it. Yeah I was too and I'm glad I didn't know about it. Until I was there because I would have felt like a jerk for turning around also I couldn't turn around because you're in these lines in their coned off and whatever but yeah, they you do it yourself which Oh happy about. because if it was somebody else. Stabbing my face, I would be very upset about it, but they they do. They give you a very long kind of bendy type Q tip You tilt your head back. You jammed in there and it takes like I was afraid that I was to feel it poking against my brain. But it takes it turns south and it goes down. Down the back way, oh Gosh, so you put it in an Austral? You stick it all the way down and then you go round and round. You make little circles for ten seconds. Ten seconds ten seconds Madam not finished. Then you pull it out sticking to the other nostril, no swirl around around ten more seconds. Then, then it's out then. He put it in the in the violet solution and you throw in a bit. And those ten seconds are you in pain, or what is the sensation in your a little bit just land back and thinking of England and it's not. It's not super. It's not super. It's definitely uncomfortable. It's definitely unfamiliar, but it. It didn't really hurt so I'm glad I did it and I'm here to tell you if you are faced. With the nasal swab, it's not the worst thing in the world okay. And then I guess sometime tomorrow I'll find out what the deal is, but haven't really left my house, so I can't imagine that that much trouble. Be I was I was really alarmed and I was really freaked out, and for sure I like I put my mask on for the whole thing. And when the woman said, it's a nasal swab I think just in my eyes. She saw the panic and she was like. It's okay it's okay so like I was definitely telegraphing incredible panicked, but it really was not that bad. Go have the opportunity. Stab your own face. Alright Alright I. GotTa do it. I mean I haven't left my own either so I also find but I. It's threatening to. But as with all things, it's better to know it's just yes. You don't speaking of better to know. And I times yeah. were. It's not you know we've been doing this show for three years. There there are things we don't know about each other, and there are things that maybe our listeners Dunno about us or each other. So, yes, we know better listeners. We would like to start involving our listeners in the show up top. We're GONNA. Try this out. We're going to see how this goes. We.
"malone" Discussed on How I Built This
"Hello Joe it's Iras here. Hi Chi Ho man. What a question these days. Yeah special so as you briefly heard at the beginning of the episode spoke to Joe just a few days ago to find out how businesses doing given the crisis and how she's thinking about what it might look like once we get through this moment so much of what you do depends on human human connections right the the the Tapa inspired fragrance bar and just you being with people and talking through personal care. How are you starting to think about what that could look like without the face to face interaction? I miss that human to human thought because I am very much a person but we have already looked into having mosque. Some buys us. We're not taking anything away by the way from the front line where absolutely wouldn't be doing that but when they still Zyppah and I want my team my consumer to be safe and I went over night stores until. I'm absolutely sure that everyone will be safe. Even if it means staying in lockdown for a little bit longer. That's what we'll do we've had to rethink how we do tapestry from high and tight taps so it will be something that you take with you versus something that's uninstall there will be nine more sort of touchy feely counters. I don't think for a very long time and maybe never again. It's going to be a challenge for not just for the beauty industry. I think every industry is going to change now and this will be with us a long time the effects that it has had on the consumer. As always GonNa be that I might say. Yeah so people need to believe that difficult times come but they pulse and I was talking. I was remembering that. I've already done lockdown. Of course I had to do. Lock down in the middle of Chemo. Because I was so poorly I go out mosques on and gloves and I was able to see anyone for fear of infection. Some starting remember all the things I thought during that look town and I never doubted for secondary would be either and I never doubted for second beats it and I had the same mentality right now. Joe You dealt with like insane adversity in here you are again I mean. Do you think in a way that those experiences helped to prepare you to kind of at least handle this one as best you can. I don't think many different than a lot of people that have gone through tough times. I mean a Lotta people fight cancer. A lot of people go through difficult times. I think that for me that the whole world is going through this. It's we've got to get it through it together of easier than if it was in a weird way if it was gesture country but I think it psychiatry criterias. You know I guess I K to feel scared and wrote this moment the thing that I would love to banish in this world next month is judgmental folk. Judging one another is really not helpful at this moment in time we made an attitude of in order to be aspires. That's Jo Malone. He's the founder of Jomo London. Joe Loves by the way. What am Joe's many fragrances is called number? Forty two named after the flower shop on Elizabeth Street where she worked alongside Justin de Blank back in the early Nineteen S and. Thanks so much for listening to this show this week. If you support how I built this please subscribe to our podcast and tell everyone you know about it you can also write to us an HIV t at NPR DOT org. And if you want to send a tweet it's at how I built this or at Cairo's our show was produced this week by JC Howard with music composed by Ramtane Arab. Louis thanks also to Sarah Sarasin Julia. Carney candice limb grant and Jeff Rodgers and even listening.
"malone" Discussed on How I Built This
"Once that five year period That Sir not compete period ended. You were free to to to start a new business But presumably you couldn't use your name and this is I mean this happens like famous Amos. Cookies like Wally couldn't he couldn't use his name And Bobby Brown can't use her her name for a business in quite the same way you could not use Jo Malone for the next business you want to start. I couldn't use John Malone I couldn't I still can't I'm able to use it as the person and as my voice but I'm not sure to use it in any other capacity in imbue on whatever but I was allowed to use drugs so that was I was felt like I was kinda halfway there but I had to make sure that the consumer wasn't confused so one night at dinner. I was sitting with my son. Josh and Gary We sitting having dinner and we were looking at all kinds of names and heat oversee. Been listening to this in the background. And he just looked he mum. What ain't just call it. Joe Loves because you really love fragrance on fragments really loves. You was just so profound out of the mouths of an eight year. Old All ten-year-old off think he was at that time so we went back to the lawyers and it went backwards and forwards and before we did anything and we showed anyone or anyone saw anything we took it back to the legal team Laura and showed them and said this is what we won't stay. Wow so you launch. This new company A fragrance company called Joe loves in. Guess Two thousand eleven and obviously you were established you were known but I mean does it still feel. I don't know were you nervous. Were you requires beyond nervous? I felt I was standing on the stage in my underwear because the world see me on a global stage in a seemed I was too. Nobody knew I'd left. And when we first set out with JOE LOVES WE RAN STRAIGHT INTO DOING A pop up in Selfridge's we moved in there overnight and four o'clock in the morning we're there with the builders and I was watching it and I hated what I saw. I hated it I just could feel inside and I thought wow I've done this wife you why want you put yourself in this position you idiot what did you hate? I would hate to the way it looked you hated the college it was if you look at some of the images in the beginning all this red on black and it's harsh and it's almost like a teenager that Steiner Hair red comes into dinner screaming. That was that was anywhere. Can that's what it felt like. I don the packaging was all over the place. The team went. I mean it was. It was such a mess when I think about it. I thought you could open tomorrow morning. And you're going to have to face it and you're going to have to work through this because if you really want to do this you're gonNA have to eat a little bit of humble pie and you're you're going to look a bit of a full from minute so we open the next morning and we just couldn't get traction in this business and it didn't matter what we try and what we did we could not. We just couldn't get those sales and for two years. I struggled really. Yeah I so every single die. I sat and I regretted building this business. 'cause it was bleeding money number one and I had no sales number two. Yeah and nobody knew I was there it was. It was ludicrous when I think about why. Iran like sprinted into onto the arena thinking. I had the thinking I had the rights to go back in where I left. That was that was the biggest lesson for me and it got to a point coming up to my birthday and Gary comes in one morning and he hands me this little books a says happy birthday and I lit and I opened. It was a key and I just though what's he done and where we jumped in the call with down. I says Happy Birthday Gobi shopkeeper again because you an absolute nightmare and I opened the door and I said no idea where we are and he said yes I do and I said no no you don. He said yes I do. You've come full circle and I said yes. It was the shop where Justin de Blank taught me to be shopkeeper. It was a flower shop that you worked at as a young woman was the Delicatessen. It was the Deli and it was where I fell in love with shop keeping put the key in the door and I couldn't believe I just couldn't believe the I was back home We spent a year he doing the shop creating it and the day. We opened the door the sign. The Queue was there as I came as I pulled up on that I I was. It was happening again. Well so it really took you opening that shop up to get people to know to know about the brand because it doing into your sort of selling it in different you know cosmetic stores and but really the shop was your best advertisement. Will it always is? Your home isn't it? You know what someone for dinner and you sit on the outside pavement U. T. Eight fish and chips in it. If you might someone home to you brand. It's going to have four walls. You've gotTa feel you gotTa feel the warmth of that brand and it was a huge responsibility because of course if a pop-up doesn't work you move on if you sign that lease you've got to make work so I had that nervousness. I had that fear because I'd had two years of leading an absolute failure. I think having those four walls and as I walked through terrarium we. We've got to do it differently like icon. I don't want to. I didn't want to walk in the same footsteps as I done before. Why didn't I'd grown up? I was a different person. My my life felt very different than my creativity was much roar a much braver than it had been. You know twenty five thirty years previous and he said what does that mean in. He looked at me. Gary Centers looks at me and I can see him thinking. Oh here we go. She's off on. I said I want to create a brasserie and he went note. And that's it. That's it unlicensed. Listen he said No. I'm not is hasn't got a food license during a Brasserie as a next door and I said no I want to create a brasserie fuel knows I could see all in my head. I knew exactly what I wanted to do. And that's exactly what we did. We created a brasserie few nights and you can go in just a a discrepancy. Go in and you get a bunch of different like things to smell. Yes you sit as you're just about to each you have a menu you have. And it's known as the top spot few nights and your trae comes out with her Attaching and you'll both Cologne though is in the tadjine. You have chopsticks With cotton wool. So you think about to eat dim sum but in fact everything is about the sense of smell. Your Body Lotions Appear from Blue Teigen's we paint. You Bit hot paintbrushes. All over your body. Everything is about twisting and turning the experience and causing sense of smell to be the predominant sense and A. It's still with us today. It's very much part of our storytelling them. When we go around the world we take her portable Thomas Ball with us some we with with Franklin's how how much I mean a lot of times when you meet. I'm sure this happened to you. Gary where people would say. How could you work with your partner with your your spouse? I've done a lot of interviews with partners with married couples who built successful businesses and in some cases divorced and continued to run the business. But it sounds like in your case like the partnership between you and Gary was really the kind of the secret of what made this work that both of you brought different skill sets and you both respected each other's strengths and weaknesses and that was really what enabled you to be successful. We haven't always respected each other's opinions. We've we've had some really Actually we're businesses. Because now he anouilh I would say ninety nine point nine percent of the time always on the same page we come at it from a very different perspective but we always me at that point where we agree I look at him and things that come out of his head and his mother.
"malone" Discussed on How I Built This
"Work and earn money to live to survive. I wasn't bending Europe's era the ages sixteen than when I was legally allowed To leave so my mom eventually became better and I was. I didn't realize this at the time but it was going to happen again and it happened twice more but I thought she was better and you know the I I wanted to. I wanted to be a teenager or a child so I went to live with a family friend in London with an amazing family called the souls and for the first time in my life I saw what a family should be. We would say we'd never sat at a table. Annetta meal together as a family a home whereas here every night you would sit and you would talk about your day and they they would just the kindest loveliest people in the whole world. And I kind of went to live with them. I got a job in justin blanks in a little flower shop. I earn twenty nine pounds a week but it was a really really really happy time and what I noticed. I noticed that I had that. My sense of smell was something that was very extraordinary. I didn't realize to what extent but I would pick up the flowers nights. I- I smell the bottom of the end of the thing in the top of the chew up and I'd say they've been in the fridge for three days. I want the fresh ones. No no not that. They're upset you know they have is and eventually. They just knew that they couldn't. If I picked up on the smell I could tell whether it was fresh or had been sitting and fridge and that that was my first job and and I think Justin de blank was like a high end grocery store something like that and in London at the time he was a brilliant on he wants to be a shopkeeper see open a bakery. I think first of all and then he opened a flower shop and then he opened a Delicatessen a really high end delicatessen in Elizabeth Street. I think I think you worked in that Delicatessen to right like like with just blank before Before moving on Yup Yup and I left there. I went on to work in another flower shop. And then from there I went to work with my mom I went back because she was very poorly again. So that's when I went to work with her. I guess at a certain point. Joe Maybe you were eighteen or seventeen or you went to to battle school. Yeah I I. The reason why I asked about Bible school was because I guess that was where you met the person who would become your partner Gary who would become your husband Yeah he he still. He's also student there yes he was David studying he would have made me laugh now. He made a great Baker but he yeah he definitely was thinking about it fulltime and we fell in love with each other and I knew that structure was not for me. See You You meet Gary and you guys. The two of you got married. Pretty young you. I think you were twenty or twenty one twenty one yes and that was of around the time where your your mom had asked you to come back and help her out and soon after she has a sounds like I think if I'm right she had a stroke right she. It was like a stroke and it but there were severe complications with as well so the the woman who was taken into hospital. That nights never returned to major. It was almost as if her personality had changed completely completely and and I don't blame her for that but it was our relationship from that moment was never the same. She was never the mother that I had remembered everything I did was wrong and she completely changed and of course the more successful I became in the business the more she hated me because I was living the life that she wanted to live and we were young married couple by the time that she came out of hospital and everything and it was just like. I just can't live like this. There was one incident where she I was upstairs. Doing someone's face and I came down to the kitchen to pick up a face mask off way trade and as I walked through she picks up a pot of ice cream and sat me and it landed or way down my face and I stood there and it was the it was just the officer humiliation. I think of the whole thing and I snapped on. I said that's it. I know I remember going up says finishing a finish the day and I finished the woman's vice and I wiped my hand solved and I walked out of that house though the if I if I stay here all day and So I made the decision though I was gonNA walk away that did but on blind to May I signed something that might be responsible for all the debt so as I walked out of. That door is a young woman newly married thinking. I'm going to start again little. Did I know that I was going to have that that I would have to pay off for the next goodness knows? How many years did basically were your your mom's business partner but somehow This business was saddled with thousands of pounds of that that you now were responsible for Yup. I did what I've done all my life which is accept the responsibility even though it wasn't my fault and just get on push through. Wow so all right. So it's like nineteen eighty eight or eighty nine years about twenty four Your mom obviously cannot run a business at that point and you take on like thirty thousand pounds. I Guess Rough Forty Thousand Dollars. Roughly of of debt at the time. So are you going to do like? How are you gonNA make money paying this off? I went back to the four plastic jugs in the SAUCEPAN which they might probably my best friends in life. You meant you mean you started to make face lotions and creams. I just thought what can I do? And it was brought up points guy. It was in my blood and so. I set up and I would carry my muscles bed from house to house and I would do people's faces and I would go to one house night. Sight any sisters you know if I can stay here and do three four treatments. I knew that it was a really good day. And that's how I existed for a good six to eight months and I started to build a clientele together. They were my word of mouth you know. They did it with a marketing for me. I didn't have to do it. I do the faces. I'd come high and get a taxi or Gary would pick me up. Then I might face creams and I get ready for the next day and that was our existence. Can I ask you about face creams from? I mean I'm curious. Like how do you make face creams? What were you buying and mixing together with Cosmetics and Rita oil into water or water into oil is like cooking like making a white sauce or red sauce. It was in those days anyway. It's a little bit more complex now but I would take the. The WAX is down or at the oils and Boyd will up stranded through Muslin that it stand for twenty four hours and go back adult the essential oils of the time we had a genius skin tone eight which was the most wonderful fresh green tonic. You'd put on your skin and your skin would just come alive. It would never dry out so I would do all of those things I suppose. Expose making juniper is a bit like making Karaj in. It's all the same sort of pieces and it's just different ingredients and different heating points and these are things you you knew. How to do intuitively because your mom had studied had to do it and you just grew up as a kid helping out doing it with her. I guess I'd watched I watched it was also the over. The years we Lebowski in all those things like the Yoga Feis mosque that I still make today that island to make that in Baker Street with a yogurt honey. Bit of lemon juice to kind of south milk honey sandalwood pat slippery elm powder olive oil avocado oil. And you had to do it and I still. You know still within me. I still now in understand how to. It's when you do you know what making ten to twelve parts of ice creams. Easy is when you scale it when you get to one hundred and five dollars towards heart your because you have to you have to. And of course health and safety and health and hygiene a web.
"malone" Discussed on How I Built This
"Why did swell bottles break out in a marketplace inundated with water bottles because Sarah cows design them to stand out now all those things might sound superficial but in a crowded marketplace they matter it's what gets people to hear your tree falling in the forest and that's kind of a Jo Malone did as well now if you're not familiar with Jo Malone fragrances I assure you you have seen a Jo Malone shop in some airport around the world the logo and the look is really simple? A thin black frame around three words Jo Malone London? The perfume boxes are cream and wrapped in a single black bow. That's it there's something so elegant about that. Look that makes you want to buy it. Which is basically how her brand Jo Malone took off but this was after years and years and years of making lotions and creams and selling them out of her small apartment in London. Joe Stories almost like one of those magical realism novels. It involves a real magician. Her Dad his ten dwarf rabbits a mysterious countess named Madame Blue Body and a working class childhood on the outskirts of London. Now I interviewed Joe before the world went crazy. Let's be honest. It was crazy before too and I called her up to see how she's managing right now. You're in London in London my son. Of course we've been living in lockdown together nicely guy. It's we laugh if we guy is a family and I was thinking what would I ever had this time with one? Nineteen year old son again. Never he was doing my highlights last night hollering. My hair is told us some really funny moments in things. Well he had rubber gloves on. I was sitting there trying to direct him and we were literally shaking with laughter. I'm Joe let. Let's go ahead and listen to to this episode that we recorded a few weeks ago About your life in your story and then we'll come back at the end and find out about your situation now. Is it okay okay? Anyway Joe grew up on a council estate or what Americans would call public housing in the nineteen sixties with her mom. Dad and sister show has dyslexia which went undiagnosed for years and it made school a real struggle for. I just couldn't keep up. I couldn't keep the words in my head the things I was really good at with things like biology because it's visual very good at history. Because I listen to the stories and I would memorize those and I was very good at. Religious Studies believe it or not because again based on stories but mathematics English languages I struggled above and beyond I would literally be thrown out close With the others I was told I was lazy and stupid and I knew it was need one of those things but I just couldn't follow an exam paper. Multiple choice to me was the worst thing in the world. Because I'd put my cross against an answer and then I'd watched all the sentences. Nova letters move around on the page and by the end of it I would probably have answered three or four questions out twenty and fail and then I would pick up a book and I would read it and they'll be no portal and I would think I'm cured and then sure enough it would happen again and it. It still happens to me today. Not Known as much as it did when I was a child. I'm you know manage perfectly well now but that's probably because I'm not so anxious about it. What was your parents merge like it was capi and very unhappy both in the same breath they adored each other and then they hated each other and they adored each other and they hate each other and I was caught in the middle so I was the adult in our household from a very young age. Annisten I loved my mom dad desperately and I know that they did their very best for me but it made me grow up very very far really quickly. And when they would have an argument. They would that they did that. Thing of Joe. Tell your father. He's shots are not going to be on tonight. We'RE GONNA SAY. Dad Mom says you tell your mother and that's standing in the same room and I would sit there on the stairs listening some fight and argue and then he'd walk out and she'd walk out and I would just carry on. I gotTa Fridge. See what was for dinner. But they were loving parents but they just couldn't live together. They were too volatile. What did they fight about money? What does everyone what am I people? Let's be honest money My Dad who was the artist he had lots of jobs. My father. My father was a brilliant brilliant man but job jump a lot so he was an architect. He was a painter he would. He was also a member of the magic circle so he was a magician. Mean you name it. He could do it and he was a huge gambler so they would row about money. They would rather his gambling. Would he like blow all of his money in a poker game he and the month of that? Yes and then. He'd suddenly have a huge win. I remember him one day coming home and he throws up in this amazing Jack. You're where it's not what you didn't have that this morning so that without one on a poker game and at the back of the car was with these leather coats that he'd always taken as payment from someone's factory. You didn't have enough money and my mother said get rid of the car. Get rid of the coats. We don't want them and so they were driven off the road so it was there was always. There was never a dull moment. That's for sure in our house. It never made me love my dad less or love my mom less though I could see they were both very good people and I realized about my dad and it wasn't until I was much older that when he did those things he was trying to do something nice for us and he didn't realize the way he was going about. It made my mom for really insecure. But I saw that actually where he was trying to use on Saturday laughter and in let's get in the call put on the coat and it's gopher drink and even as I'm talking about it it brings a small to my face thinking there was so much kindness in my dad but my goodness it did often came out the wrong way and just to clarify your dad was like. I mean he obviously an interesting guy like he was he sold paintings and he was a magician. And yes well as. I said he didn't keep full-time jobs for very long so he was a magician. He'd gone through magician school and he was a brilliant magician. And I would go and be the magician's assistant so now little golden backseat Haith. We had rabbit hutches with about ten white. Netherland Dwarf rabbits which of course I had to look after and I had to look after them in the show because they would pay it from hats and hop around and do all sorts of things. So I was the magician's assistant. But he would also do his paintings and when he wasn't in a full-time employment he still had to a money so we would do he and I will do all the market so that weekend we would go sets up a little market stall and put the paintings up and I knew that we had to sell three paintings every single day because I knew if we didn't we eight so I would. We would set it all up and I would send my father off to get breakfast very early and I would train first sale before he came back and pocket the money so I'd pocket it so I could give it to my mom because I knew he put it in his pocket. We wouldn't see it so I realized that survival was an important soon poon pot of living. I guess it was around when you were at age. Eight you're the sort of an important turning point would would be in your life and your mom's life. She met a woman named Matt. I'm Lou body. Who had a skin care like shop in London and went to work for her? Who was who is Madam? Liu Body she was. Oh my God. I loved her. She was such a shoe such an eclectic human being so she was in her late seventies when I first met her and she was the splint skincare woman. I think my mom went first of all to be the receptionist. A my mom became so involved in enjoyed very much working with her that she took herself often go himself qualified in anatomy physiology tricks.
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"malone" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews
"Email Mumbo jumbo jive a talk. I was a little worried at. I really mad but when I walked out I'm like are you mad but the chair now so he's eleven and now I know you work in during the commercial break. Judge looked at me and said would you ask me. I said. Are you actually going to go by this ruling this real. He's I just thought it was real. I thought it was going to come here. And you guys. We're going to figure it out. I was just being funny. No I would never bring you here. judge on the phone and not it's really deferred the two year expertise in judging awesome. Okay I love that. You're still in your robe and you now Malone are sitting in your chair I love it feel I feel at home I feel more comfortable talking not at all. You don't feel guilty at all that you know because I like I I stated in my opening statement and whatever CJ. Once I would honor so it's really. You can sit here if he wants. I'll I'll deal with that. This is wonderful news. Well listen. I'm so happy you're happy. Happy Nikki how are you feeling about the whole thing I feel really uncomfortable. Get good always Michael three and you so okay. Now now I said we have this namedrop jingle challenge where Cook we've asked people to write jingles about my son coming in my book coming up because I I want them so we have this one namedrop namedrop name Jaap. We've that Fax Sent One last week. which I don't think I can find this this quickly? I don't think okay. I love that last one that there's no lyrics just make it pop pop or at namedrop book. Don't name drop three number one drop presell shopping. NAMEDROP DOT aw man dropped so people are making. We asked the listeners. Make your own and I got none none last week so I mentioned that last week I got none but when we had finished east recording I check my email in one through even before the episode aired and then I started getting them in mass but prefers I got some from. Cookie Olifants Cookie before I play that one. You made a song for three hundred th anniversary. It came a little late. We got three hundred and third because I want to spend a lot of time on it and having which one named here which one is in terms of length. which was the one that I should play excited to hear this episode? We are now three hundred and three. Yeah three I think that's a good time to play it. Okay.
"malone" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews
"Great question. Whatever judge the Fonte says it stands I I have not I have not influenced? The judge do not influenced but in terms of a decision decision. I don't have an opinion. I defer to judge Fonte aid. The time is now calmed for judge. lafont as ruling I rule in favor favor of Mr Malone and I'll tell you why the reason do not just like every other court you see the black man. Don't go ahead go ahead. The reason is because faculty seems a lot more passionate and he he seems to have been thinking about this before and after the show where. CG didn't really prepare as much and it seems like he's not as interested in keeping the Cherry didn't WanNa find because it was much From the beginning but people come in and take shit like always so I'm used to it. You got got it you ask for Roth now. There's no custody agreement here. It's just the the chair is shared. There was no fun. I could've said that but that's not fun. I wanted to make thank you. Should I say they could. So you just siege it up about two more minutes. You can't hold on get back on their two minutes. Don't be besieged. Thanks yes so. Are you going to make this ruling is your is the chair now yours yes it is. It's it's it salads. Yeah but I'm a fair man. I could always read this and I think I'm GONNA come. I'm going to come here. I'm a life coach coach this shit. Yeah Yeah please you both were heard. I think we all gave you what you wanted but I think after you get what you want. Sometimes you can massage as you heard you feel like you feel validated. Now the two of you I think. Go outside of court and Circle Jerks hardcore cookie. Nothing intern make them share. You're upset about. I wouldn't expecting expecting like a shared custody. I thought you wanted to learn third my argument. Would you say even pitched seared custody. I said we go back and forth. I said that to be honest. I was thinking that but you know you want to appeal. Ask asked Judge Real hardcore hardcore. And you can't handle it. I was GONNA say shared but I wanted to defend. I need a lawyer. I'll take it back. Oh my gosh this is already breaking news breaking news this just into the newsroom. At this hour you're listening to the world's most exclusive exclusive podcast. Mrs Straightalk Cross Matthews. Well thank you sir. I will pay money to see the two of you sharing foot space and and I'll pay seven thousand nine hundred eighty nine hundred ninety seven ninety nine. I feel I I mean cookie Lafontine way to take your job as a judge very seriously. I'm unavailable thrown. Look he shot. He doesn't know how to process it case of what is shocking. And what's so shocking. The idea that will look differently. That it's that it hit the has just been handed down that we live in a brand new normal now. I I don't know I can't even wrap my head around it. I didn't see it coming. I really did. I was not prepared for cookie and I'm thrown win. Michael Jackson was found innocent. OJ was found innocent. Where were you that day we? We'll all remember where we were the day this verdict was handed down. Yeah I was in Pristina Darling. Where were you if I know you have to leave by Osias are you mad? Don't be I don't be mad. J No no. He's not mad world promise because right now he's not knowing that no one's bad it's a chair really lies walks out to you can always appeal all right when we come back. We're GONNA have a jingle Tom GonNA hug. Cj Now and then we're gonNA make them leave. I let me see Jay. I'm going to get but we'll be the holiday shopping season this year and this year your gift can start next year's good habit with quip quip something. That's sure to put a smile on everyone's face 'cause it's dental dental care they'll actually wanna use every single day. That's why quip is the perfect thoughtful in practical gift with an electric toothbrush refillable floss. It's an toothpastes. All intentionally designed to make good habits. Simple the quip. 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"malone" Discussed on From Scratch
"From the former wits like anything in life you know brands and people they evolve and I didn't WanNa go back and repeat all I wanted to do was create a just. I wanted to create again and do what I loved. And I do. Love being a shopkeeper so we started background kitchen table had no idea how hard it was. It was the toughest toot first two years I have ever and if I'd known I would never have done it and lies the absolute truth. I wanted to create something that really captivated creativity and my passion for storytelling. So when I walked into that little shop of forty to Elizabeth Street one on my birthday it was this tiny little shop and it was really narrow and I said Oh but these wars go back much further and the architects are they. Don't listen just they do another. Do 'cause I what's so took a screwdriver. And I drilled a hole and you could say at least three four foot so isolated. We pull this back. And we're going to create a brasserie. My poor husbands Faisal. That point was like Oh. She's going to go into food because he he they could never predict score. I'M GONNA go and I said we're GONNA create a brass refill knows and honestly every person in that space looked at me as though I was completely melts. Why was the F- those first two years more challenging than you thought was was it the personal hurdles of not being able of having writer's block away or that was part of it I certainly not being able to go up. At that point. I was creating fragments. They went brilliant. I mean if you could smell the things that I did then which I still have some of them you would. You wouldn't say that was job but I knew my sense of smell and that creativity ativity would eventually find his way back to me and it did. So what else was harder than you thought. In those first two years I got the packaging wrong and I'm very impulsive off and I'm very I'm very controlling with my business than it was so myself so I want to allred. I did everything read and I looked to them and remember. I pushed the button on ten thousand boxes and I looked at them. And I thought it's not me on is not me and there's nothing and sometimes when you were small brand and you do You have to get on with it. We got the wrong location. We did a raw pop that was in the room location. All of those things and I kept I kept feeling utterly humiliated. That'd and I've done it myself and then I saw to find my pace again. Once we found a first time the little shop I then went back and rebranded branded while I was sitting at my desk and I was just about to go to Shanghai in China with the great campaign as someone had sent me a bottle of red no varnish could Shanghai red alert late today on today and I had a whole line of labels in front of me. My desk took picked up a pencil. Dropped in varnish and I did one drop across the hope oh I love it and it was. That's it I'm dyslexic. So when I approve a product I don't sign a form. I do little red sticky dot and I stick it and it was as you read. It was right up in front of you. The time and you had been doing that. Prior to that moment dots here for the last five years. You say nail varnish so nail Polish kissed sorry Polish and what about the story of the PA- Mellow when you're on vacation With your son and husband and again can you. It wasn't right but you had launched this campaign and now you were GonNa pull everything back in. Can you tell us about that. Come with JOE LOVES FROM AN IED created for war fragrances. And the hero was PA- Mellow I knew it was but there was something in it. That just wasn't wasn't right. It was one of the very first I Ryan says I created and I was walking along the beach in Texan. Keiko's and I had lost. I just couldn't find my creative force again and suddenly this. His baby stingray was to swimming side of me and she was fluttering. She wasn't and I stopped and it just flooded. It was a baby little when it was beautiful in the water and I walked all the way on the beach and it followed me and at that time I was suffering terribly from anxiety. Say because I couldn't I didn't know where I was going and I just captivated you to me and I realized that got to the end of the beach and it was Joe. Creativity is not you. Don't own it. He's not yours to keep but it will mimic Q.. And as many as she is mimicking you in the water. Just look up just look up and create an eye and it was tingles. Even think about it now and it was wonderful full life moment where you look up and I captured everything I saw and I created one single night a lot together with Paul Mellow but few months later. When we're we're about to launch it there was one note that was missing? I couldn't figure out what it was. Lincoln fear out and I had to pull the launch because I really want to be there forever and if you if you send out to market ninety two percent correct or whatever you undermine everything you're about as a greater so he pulled. It found that one note looked back in and of an off we went and it is no one in on and what what by the way is it like you know coexisting in and of department store door with Joe loves next to Jo Malone. What is that like for you the nearest we got selfridge's and there's a moment in the middle of the night we were building? This Schulkin Selfridge as I went to the bathroom and came back down the escalator and I came down. It was four in the morning. I could see Joe loves being built in front of me. The Big Red Red box which I knew had made the mistake at and I was face to face with my oh brand and it was as though she just turned around and said to me. What have you done low? I'm here I'm here. You know. I'm not the Creator Not Consumer Iden- I'm not part of that brand by to love it. I still care I care every day. What happens because that brand was my best friend for nearly fifteen to twenty years of my life and I care what happens to it? So what is it like is like looking at the two parts of my life by love by love in different ways. The first one was my my creativity learning who I was an altar with Lime Basilan not wigan ginger and the second one is who I am right now with the boldness of smoke plumbing letheren red truffle but I love both there seemed to be a generosity of spirit towards you when you came back into the industry with Joe Loves Is that accurate to say that really. That's no one's asked me that and that is such a wonderful oh to yes a real general steer spirit. It was amazing that the world I remember one journey say we've the beauty industry is mischief. I and wow and on Monday when I was here in the city I was here to speak at the W. W. D. Summit and there was a room of four hundred fifty of all my peers the good and the gripe was petrified. I had to say on I got up and I showed them something on Google launch in September and I heard the room go and it was it was that moment for me as one of the best moments of my life to think has still have a voice I still have. I don't think I have all the answers. I have one tiny I answer but I'm still relevant going back to those early days of Joe loves an addition to you know the red packaging and these mistakes aches here and there Gary your husband got sick. He had adrenal failure. I think An interesting you said you could smell. He was sick the bride. I could I could it was. It's really That was that was one of the worst times of my life because my soul mate were suddenly he goes into adrenal failure very quick clean Very dangerously which means his organ start to shut down and if he's having an attack now I so let me neck and if I can smell it is like going get a blood test. I am an every time I've said it. There is there is something. He's never gone into a full-blown attack. Again it striking to me. How public you've been with your your setbacks with your personal setbacks whether it's been even trouble in your pregnancy or panic attacks or your your breast cancer or Gerry's illness illness or your mother's illness like I feel like we're living in a time where people are more willing to just say how it really is Have you you always been that way. No I don't think I've always. I don't think I've always I'm not. I share my parts of my life. is you see my successes as as well as my failures. But isn't that everybody's life and I think we go through things sometimes and if especially coming through breast cancer you too have a responsibility ability to help others come through. And I'm not frightened of people saying the cracks I. I'm not frightened of the myself. I think if all I did did was talk about the cracks. It would be quite boring but you can see the fact that I can take you know a brand from nothing and sell it to the big. I travel the world. I can take one little shopping. I can take my tapas bar and chain Shanghai in China so you see all those bits but my life is doesn't live on that mountainside the whole time. I had to climbed very hard to get there. I think it encourages other people. especially if you'll building we're going through a hard time and you hold on. Say if she did it. So thank you very much for joining us. Thank you my guest. His Been Jo Malone. I'm Jessica Harris. This is from scratch..
"malone" Discussed on From Scratch
"How did you decide to make this experience different from the former wits anything like do you know brands and people they evolve and I didn't WanNa go back and repeat all I wanted to do was create a just. I wanted to create again and do what I loved and I do love being a shopkeeper so we started background. Kitchen table had no idea how hard it was. It was the toughest to I two years I have ever and if I'd known I would never have done it and lies the absolute truth. I wanted to create something that really captivated creativity and my passion for storytelling so when I walked into that little shop of forty to Elizabeth Street one on my birthday it was this tiny little shop and it was really narrow and I said Oh but these wars go back much further and the architects are they don't listen just they do another do 'cause I what's so took a screwdriver and I drilled a hole and you could say at least three four foot so isolated. We pull this back and we're going to create a brasserie. My poor husbands Faisal. That point was like Oh. She's going to go into food because he he they could never predict score. I'M GONNA go and I said we're GONNA create a brass refill knows and honestly every person in that space looked at me as though I was completely melts why was the F- those first two years more challenging than you thought was was it the personal hurdles of not being able of having writer's block away or that was part of it I certainly not being able to go up at that point. I was creating fragments. They went brilliant. I mean if you could smell the things that I did then which I still have some of them you would you wouldn't say that was job but I knew my sense of smell and that creativity ativity would eventually find his way back to me and it did so what else was harder than you thought in those first two years. I got the packaging wrong and I'm very impulsive off and I'm very I'm very controlling with my business than it was so myself so I want to allred. I did everything read and I looked today and remember. I pushed the button on ten thousand boxes and I looked at them and I thought it's not me on is not me and there's nothing and sometimes when you were small brand and you do you have to get on with it. We got the wrong location. We did a raw pop that was in the room location all of those things and I kept I kept feeling utterly. Humiliated waited and I've done it myself and then I saw to find my pace again. Once we found a first time the little shop I then went back and rebranded branded while I was sitting at my desk and I was just about to go to Shanghai in China with the great campaign and someone had sent me a bottle of red no varnish could Shanghai Red and Lila late today on today and I had a whole line of labels in front of me. My desk took picked up a pencil dropped in varnish and I did one drop across the hope. Oh I love it and it was that's it. I'm dyslexic so when I approve a product I don't sign a form I do little red sticky dot and I stick it and it was as you read. It was right up in front of you. The time and you had been doing that prior to that moment dots here for the last five years. You say nail varnish so nail. Polish kissed sorry Polish and what about the story of the PA- Mellow when you're on vacation with your son and husband and again can you it wasn't right but you had launched this campaign and now you were GonNa pull everything back in. Can you tell us about that. Come with JOE LOVES FROM AN IED created for war fragrances and the hero was PA- Mellow. I knew it was but there was something in it. That just wasn't wasn't right. It was one of the very first I Ryan says I created and I was walking along the beach in Texan Keiko's and I had lost. I just couldn't find my creative force again and suddenly this his baby stingray was to swimming side of me and she was fluttering she wasn't and I stopped and it just flooded. It was a baby little when it was beautiful in the water and I walked all the way on the beach and it followed me and at that time I was suffering terribly from anxiety say because I couldn't. I didn't know where I was going and I just captivated you to me and I realized that got to the end of the beach and it was Joe. Creativity is not you don't own it. He's not yours to keep but it will mimic Q. and as many as she is mimicking you in the water just look up just look up and create an eye and it was tingles even think about it now and it was wonderful full life moment where you look up and I captured everything I saw and I created one single night a lot together with Paul Mellow but few months later when we're we're about to launch it. There was one note that was missing. I couldn't figure out what it was. Lincoln fear out and I had to pull the launch because I really want to be there forever and if you if you send out to market ninety two percent correct or whatever you undermine everything you're about as a greater so he pulled old it found that one note looked back in and of an off we went and it is no one in on and what what by the way is it like. you know. Coexisting in an of department store door with JOE LOVES NEXT TO JO Malone. What is that like for you. The nearest we got selfridge's and there's a moment in the middle of the night we were building this Schulkin Selfridge as I went to the bathroom and came back down the escalator and I came down it was four in the morning I could see. Joe Loves being built in front of me. The Big Red Red box which I knew had made the mistake at and I was face to face with my oh brand and it was as though she just turned around and said to me. What have you done low I'm here. I'm here you know I'm not the Creator Null Consumer Iden- I'm not part of that brand by to love it. I still care I care every day what happens because that brand was my best friend for nearly fifteen to twenty years of my life and I care what happens to it. So what is it like is like looking at the two parts of my life by love by love in different ways. The first one was my my creativity learning who I was an altar with Lime Basilan not wigan ginger and the second one is who I am right now with the boldness of smoke plumbing letheren red truffle but I love both there seemed to be a generosity of spirit towards you when you came back into the industry with Joe Loves Is that accurate to say that really that's no one's asked me that and that is such a wonderful oh to yes a real general steer spirit. It was amazing that the world I remember one journey say we've the beauty industries mischief and wow and on Monday when I was here in the city. I was here to speak at the W. W. D. Summit and there was a room of four hundred fifty of all my peers the good and the gripe was petrified. I had to say on I got up and I showed them something on Google launch in September and I heard the room go and it was it was that moment for me as one of the best moments of my life to think has still have a voice I still have. I don't think I have all the answers I have one tiny. I answer but I'm still relevant going back to those early. Days of Joe loves an addition to you know the red packaging and these mistakes aches here and there Gary. Your husband got sick. He had adrenal failure. I think an interesting. You said you could smell. He was sick the bride I could I could it was it's really that was that was one of the worst times of my life because my soul mate were suddenly he goes into adrenal failure very quick clean very dangerously which means his organ start to shut down and if he's having an attack now. I so let me neck and if I can smell. It is like going get a blood test. I am an every time I've said it. There is there is something he's never gone into a full-blown attack again it striking to me how public you've been with your your setbacks with your personal setbacks whether it's been even trouble in your pregnancy or panic attacks or your your breast cancer or Gerry's illness illness or your mother's illness like I feel like we're living in a time where people are more willing to just say how it really is have you. You always been that way. No I don't think I've always I don't think I've always I'm not I share my parts of my life. is you see my successes as as well as my failures but isn't that everybody's life and I think we go through things sometimes and if especially coming through breast cancer you too have a responsibility ability to help others come through and I'm not frightened of people saying the cracks I. I'm not frightened of the myself. I think if all I did did was talk about the cracks. It would be quite boring but you can see the fact that I can take you know a brand from nothing and sell it to the big. I travel the world I can take one little shopping. I can take my tapas bar and chain Shanghai in China so you see all those bits but my life is doesn't live on that mountainside the whole time. I had to climbed very hard to get there. I think it encourages other people especially if you'll building. We're going through a hard time and you hold on say if she did it so thank you very very much for joining us. Thank you my guest his been Jo Malone. I'm Jessica Harris. This is from scratch..
"malone" Discussed on From Scratch
"Just before vote holiday season. I had no money left for marketing or anything and we were staying staying in a little hotel that we've done a deal with and all we had was empty bags on black ribbon. I said how much money do we have to. Pr Any said nothing. I said well how we what supposed to do and he said tell your story and he looked to the bags instead and we got bags as they sought to pack them up with the Black Ranjit said what are you doing. I said there's nothing in them exit. No one else knows that we sent a hundred bags out into the streets with empty nothing in them and of course by the time we launched in Bergdorf Goodman and we'd go a hundred friends to help me. Everyone had seen the brand because strangers for carrying these bags yeah the when you when you see something that's different you suddenly clock. Tuck it. Then you see again is known a third of the fourth time that somebody thinks I read about that. I've seen that where is it and they'll seek to find it and that's what that's what we did by the way this is non sequitur but shame on me at I thought Jo Malone was a man and it wasn't until my nanny who worked for Jo Malone in in Ireland a part-time when that she told me no in fact it's it's a woman to get that a lot. Have you heard that I sometimes I do but there's there's a really funny moment way way way back and this whole catch light of Japanese tourists arrived shop and in John Malone and they walked into the shop and Gary was standing there your husband my husband his sending off a whole lot of products and then at the end. They said you're such a clever boy Jo Malone can we have a picture and and he stood outside the shop with every single one of these Japanese resin had he's paid Saddam and so on that day John Malone was a man why didn't he why didn't he let them know Oh. You'll have to ask him that question. It was we all raw loved. It was certainly they didn't want me in the picture so that was upset you fine but the the rest of the time. I'm afraid I'm a woman new sold the company to Estee Lauder in nineteen ninety nine. Did they approach you had that happen. They walked into my store. Also Pamela Baxter who my very different still today she came in. I wouldn't have known how to contact any gotta be on it so I was just there in the show up and they came Mandalay product. Put the card on the table and said we'd like to talk so I flew out here in the you know when you had that big blizzard here in New York it was that weekend we were the last plane down and and JFK and we went and had a meeting in the building by that point. We were running out of money to further the brand. Although it was making money it will so you know in order to expand and distribution you need more funding but it wasn't until I met the amazing Mr Leonard Lauder that we started to to have conversations. I was looking for three things. I was looking for money deep pockets. I was looking for distribution. Somebody that understood different territories and I was was looking for someone that loved the industry and I found three with him yeah and he's very hands on with his acquisitions. did he come to the store and London he came he he actually when we sold and we announced it to our team. He came in her breakfast with all my tape and we were cooking bacon sandwiches which is very traditional British thing to do and and we set with the fire alarm so all the fire engines arrived in Sloane street and he was about to come speak it was he he's just amazing man and I love him dearly. What's another example of of his goodness side. They saved my life. How me when I was diagnosed with breast cancer Ellinora was the the first person I called and I was really scared so without that amazing couple. I don't probably think I will be here today. Another amazing couple is you and your husband. It seems James Gerry you met at Bible School and did what what is he NYC. What is he like. I've been married thirty plus years coming coming out from anniversary. He's my best friend. He's my son. He's where everything each other. Renault and we've been in business. Mice Davao married life together. Get us so I'm very creative. He's very strategic but he's funny. He's amusing. He's kind he's truthful. He's down to Earth. I love my family and we have this saying enough family that we felt like we've lived like royalty all lives that if we have ten pounds pocket for a glass of wine and one plate of Pasta share that's rich so it's the I just. I can't imagine my life without him. He it was a surveyor prior to join you right yeah he built buildings and hospitals and he was in charge of he does he often says that when we started work together instead of bricks and and cement it was fragrance and bottles he was the money man say he was the legal he was the money man he was the team leader. I'm good with my team but I'm not somebody that can run the manager business on the creative director of something he's really good at. What were you doing a Bible School. I left school at Sixteen. I had walked into a church and heard the story of a woman called Jackie Challenger and she's written a book called chasing the dragon she'd gone to Hong Kong to as a missionary and I was was captivated by his story and at that point I I felt I had nothing to give in life and I wanted to find something I could do and in fact I met my husband too. He was training to be a vicar a member of the church. You mentioned the lawyers as being an incredible influence in your in your life. You called them when you had breast cancer. How did that affect you professionally. What did that do to your professional life. Well it was. Evelyn aveline ICU festival in Evelyn was. I remember her words. Vividly that nights I was diagnosed and she said remember honey might lemonade from lemons. How did it affect it. May well to be honest. I my business didn't matter to me at that point. When you are told you have less than a year to live you have the most aggressive form of breast cancer your world changes and I looked at my son and that was like head about was my husband my son would I ever see him. Grow up whatever seen go to schoo- do what I have seen get married with those things gone forever and I didn't care about anything that was in a bottle just was irrelevant. I did try to work during that time but the chemo was so extensive that it took my tastes and took my nose and I was just I had nothing and every time I did smell anything thing. I was violently. Ill it just wasn't for me so I just spent that year. Just focusing on getting well it was meant to be the first sixteen weeks and then I go into my chemo and I had to do all over again piece by piece day by day I put my life back together and meanwhile you're still creative director at of Jo Malone MHM during this even though you had put that on hold I wasn't very creative during that time that that's for sure. The intention was when it was all over. I would go back and that's exactly likely what I did. A year later I opened the shop Madison Avenue and I was standing there. My hair would just come back as wearing the same jacket. My lucky jacket is wearing that jacket and signing. There and I just didn't feel part of it any longer. It was suddenly a job and I'd never had a job. I still haven't ever had a job pass. I love what I do and I was standing. There and I just felt you know what Joe is time for you to move on. It's you don't belong here anymore. And that was the the night I made the decision to you spent five years in the desert so to speak and before starting Joe Loves because you did did not work in the fragrance business partly because of this decision you made. How was that for you well. If you sell a company and you leave you have. Have you have to be locked out of that. You paid a lot of money. You can't expect to enter and that she when I did leave. I felt I take that box. I didn't want to go back to doing it again. But the last day I was in slain straight putting those bottles on the shelves on you had made the biggest mistake of my life and the D- The deal was done the contracts signed it was and I want to why am I remember it. Vividly tears pouring down my face thinking. What have I done. What have I don. I wanted to say I changed my mind but it was it that was it and so are those five years were just horrendous for me because and it was even it was worse than fighting cancer because I lost my identity who I was. I couldn't create so I had nothing nothing to channel this creative energy and it did feel like a really lonely desert and I wanted to go back to what I really loved the chemotherapy we had compromised your sense of smell. Did you have existential thoughts like of all things that had to go like what luck right my awesome smelted start to come back so it hasn't come back in the same way by the way either it's very might might sense of smell is so honed now. I can smell anything like really like I'm looking down. Magnifying glass with mine is I can smell. I couldn't do that before so it took it away but then it started to come back but in what came back I was the desire to be in to be a shopkeeper again. That's what came back. I not my sense of smell and you know realistically. What you want is the other way around. You want your sense of smell to come back then to want to be a shopkeeper but for me. It was the other way round. When did you know you could start making fragrances again. It's like anything if you were a musician and you didn't touch your piano for five years. You can't just expect to sit and play show up on you have to get back into it and that's what I had to do is to learn to find find the ability to do it again. What was the story of you smelling a leak in your home. Oh yes I was sitting in the sitting room. I like it smell wet paint and wet plaster wall. I kept saying we live in a completely White House. So if there was a leak we would see it very quickly. DOC plays and my husband's not is nothing is I can smell like smoke right there six weeks later were sitting there and suddenly were watching TV and Amedee city and these torrential gush of water shot through the wall all the way down and we had been awake for and I could smell it behind the walls. Well I'm known as is the bloodhound and my my son will say oh dad dine dine ever sign the bloodhound councilman at she can't..
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