17 Burst results for "Nicole Richie"
"nicole richie" Discussed on Z104
"Spotlight series, featuring Justin Timberlake, ferrall. And I we were talking about where do we start? We were talking about parenthood. And he said he so what's your son's name? And I said Silas named him after my grandfather. And my great grandfather he said to me. So what does what does your son's name mean? And I was like, you know, I've never I don't know. And I literally it was as Google like meaning of the name silence and has sent me to decide and it said of Latin origin, meaning man of the woods. Remember, the show the simple life where Paris Hilton Nicole Richie would travel around the country to the homes various normal families. Well, a two thousand five they visited a special twenty two year old in Nashville eventually make it big any guesses who. Downs was she was famous two thousand nine on track right around her first album animal was an immediate success. But it all started with Nicole Richie. Artists spotlight series, featuring Arianna Guerande has love music my whole life. And I now I'm gonna position where I get to do it and pursue it. It's sort of my life now. So that's a dream. Come true. I think about it for too long gets a little intimidating, but not really I really enjoy it. And I feel so blessed, and so lucky there are so many people out there who are insanely talented and deserve to be noticed and deserve to be recognized. And whatever whatever you take is. Okay. Did you guess right? Here's the answer. To today's BUSTER. What do you think the title is the top grossing actor Samuel L Jackson, mainly because of the avengers which made six hundred and twenty three million five point seven billion? You could find a full article page uniform pants. Now back to this zoo..
"nicole richie" Discussed on Plz Advise
"Was a momma would have been like what what she should have said was that she and andy we're going to stay in town like a fancy hotel yeah and like owned up to being at the hotel also you have to think about cell towers being pinged yeah da yeah as you wanna one she didn't listen to serial so andy's confirming with the hotel manager that his sister saw someone at the hotel she's like oh yeah she said she was like it was the last person that she'd ever expect and i was like okay so the last one she's like slowly walking in front of them and looking at them no that's when the cop recognizes her later which is heaven but like that heather thought that was the last person she would expect to see i was like oh like kind of like a four star philadelphia hotel like the last person i would expect to see there is like wadey ganga maybe lady gaga wags if i if i was at a hotel and i just saw why walking by the elevator she has to have someone more surprising that her brother's kind of new girlfriend hotel yeah i saw wags it'd be like would you fly here say walk this whole way she has to maybe college roommate that the stop talking at her now so interactions like that chilean sees him what she gets off the elevator 'cause she's leaving the next day sunday she hides and also like the hotel does not have other exits like it's a big hotel she's to daft for that she's not like she can off like she calculating what winter dopp ted like you don't know about leaving through the back door okay you don't know about like going down to your car and ballet i like leave through the back exit okay rallied associated if your doctor like name one adopted socialite nicole richie okay that's fair how you doing i'm okay they wanna call you until i was done running these errands where are you know he's he's he knows what your sister syntheses jimenez straw she phones there i'm told this play that job line family stuff but strong downtown near office he would look good in henley shirt that's the kind of guy that he is absolutely he should be wearing a halley that would play better for him at work too especially if it's like a protocol finance yeah.
"nicole richie" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis
"You then you just you politely just say no thank you move on your so grounded i'm so grounded you really are nobody i mean i i was joking but thank you know you really do you come across as very grounded and very down to earth and i have to say like back in the day when i watched you on the simple life maybe didn't view me as sin okay i'll take that but other thoughts of love henry to me it's a really refreshing to see that people can change or people can evolve is a better way of putting it yeah and you know what i think there was a there was this public perception of me that was that was like you're so all over the place and whatever it was that you thought i'm sure you don't wanna say it on this podcast but i can tell by the look in your eye that it wasn't the best and then that puts pressure on you to prove yourself to be the opposite right and then you kind of get and i've experienced that even going into the fashion industry being from california is not what people wanted to hear ten years ago you live in new york like oh building a brand and being from california which we're just like not it's different now and then i get and then i have gotten to a place multiple times where i'm just like no i'm actually just going to dive into who i am you know it's not like i don't need to prove to be the opposite i don't need to prove that i'm youth thought i was wild and so i need to prove that i'm not wilder you thought i was dumb so i need to prove how smart i am like yes i am from california and i love having fun and i love dancing and i love hip hop like and i'm a good person at the same time you know so like like those moments where you feel like you have to prove yourself to be the opposite are just as important but i'm also grateful for them because they've given me the opportunity to really just lean into who i am nicole richie thank you so much thank you guys really fun it was so fun do you want to stay yeah okay great i'll dress you we can try on clouds it is the end of the interview which means it's time for our no limits entrepreneur of the week where we feed your one of you one of our amazing listeners who's building something of your own and this week's no limits entrepreneur is christie kohat she's an artist and the ceo of christie kohat studio now kristie calls herself an art liar which i love because she describes herself as an outlier in the art world traditionally galleries have been the gatekeepers to art collectors artists have to go through a gallery to sell their art and be seen but christie has set out to upset that status quo she says she's part of a new wave of artists using instagram connect directly with collectors and it is working for her she tells us that since launching her studio in twenty fourteen she just hit the million dollar mark in sales with ninety seven percent of that being online mainly from instagram or her website so she's used social media really well oh really smart and she's done collaborations with big brands like anthropology and west elm plus she was named one of the seven next big thing artists by l decor magazine that's a big deal here she.
"nicole richie" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis
"I could like i re even if i could go back and do it all over again i really don't know if i could have just made those decisions in my twenties like i really feel like the only reason why i can so easily say yes this is what i want to do or no this is not what i wanna do is because of the nine years that i've been building this brand if you could go back to fourteen year old nicole yes what would you tell her stop over tweeting your eyebrows stopping an animal and lucky you that you get to spend time in school all day i did not appreciate education at all and i live and die for it now and like if someone could stick me in a school where i just learned for eight hours a day i would be so happy and so lucky that's my biggest the biggest part of my fourteen year old self that i'm really bummed about do you think she would listen to you know i was thinking maybe because it's you you would know how to get through to her maybe i don't think so what's the worst advice you received along the way worst advice well i was this is not this is not a business thing but i was pregnant with my daughter and no one knew and it was maybe gonna come out and i got on the phone with this publicist who was on my team but she wasn't my publicist and she gave me a fifteen minutes minute speech about something that britney spears did and two other people did and so that's what i needed to do and i got off the phone with her and i was like this person has no i don't know what we're talking about i don't i by the way i am the biggest brittany spears fan like you can be a fan of somebody all you want but i'm like i was like that's not that has nut this has nothing to do with me i'm not just doing something because other people did that i have to stay true to who i am i don't know what you're talking about can i ask what it was oh she was like you should you should just go out and i was like nine weeks pregnant i wasn't even i wasn't even twelve weeks and i'm like no it's but my doctor her has i don't know what you're talking about and she was like it was so so long it was like volume a volume show of britney spears did it this way and i was like i'm but i'm not brit brad what we're talking about actually i think that it was so separate from who i was i was being i was being thrown into this celebrity bucket and she's like you got it you'll do it this way and i was like no i'm not just i'm not like just a famous person i am a i'm a human being and this is how i feel and you know it was i think it's bigger than what rear or this is my life yes my life completely one hundred percent did you communicate that or did you just kind of take with a grain i don't really know right i got off with her it was like i'm never talking to that woman wasn't even bad i was just like this is this is a this is a waste of twelve minutes you will constantly be given the opportunity to lose yourself always it's never ending it doesn't just go away you can't cut that many people out of your life and just assume that it's not going to happen that is a part of life it's up to you to route yourself into the ground and understand who you are and if something doesn't feel aligned with.
"nicole richie" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis
"You on the ground access to the biggest stories of the day we're going to give you some context some clarity among the chaos twenty minutes every weekday subscribe now on apple podcasts or wherever you get your casts and start here what do you say to the entrepreneur who's like well that's all fine and good but you're nicole richie so it's much easier for you to do that than it would ever be for me i have i've done the opposite i'm only saying this now because i because i have done it and you know what if that's the road that you want to go down you should absolutely do it and see if it see if it feels good to you for me it ripped me apart i was no longer connected to a lot of different categories in my business and i didn't know what was out there in the world and it didn't feel like it i wasn't necessarily connected to everything that i was creating and that didn't feel good for me you wrote your best selling book the truth about diamond will you do you want to write more books on my gosh i don't know i don't know if i'll ever write another book because i'm i'm a reader now so i i don't know i mean right yeah yeah i mean i also you know i don't know we'll see maybe not today how is your idea of success changed over the years you know what this brand had a very big role in that and like it's like i like i was saying to you it's about my time and i really want to be proud of everything i'm doing i want to hold my head up high and say this is what i've created and this is what i'm doing and i'm doing this because it means something to me then just throwing something out there because somebody tells me to do it and i've done that i've done it many times and it's fine but you know what you also have to you have to go and you have to talk about it you have to talk about it even if you're not me even if you're not on this podcast or doing a talk show you have to go and self promote whatever you are putting out into into the world and so i wanna spend my time doing something that excites me and makes me feel good and there's a lot that i wanna do and plenty of it and so that's the it's the only way that i want to spend my time with baby to baby yeah tell us a little bit about the work that you're doing with the organization so my best friend her name is kelly sawyer and she's one of the president's she runs it with a woman named named nora of so the they give gently used items to families in need within the community and raise money to get diapers and clothing cribs carseats everything that mothers who are living under the making under the the the po pop poverty line need you know i wanted to really understand the business more and so i was really taking a i've been spending a lot of time with them and really diving in and understanding it's more than just giving items to mothers it's really understanding how this how this state and how our city is set up so you know it took me asking questions of well why why is it this way why are why can't they like what about this what about this and really understanding that that it's not easy for a for a mom who has two kids at home to take a bus that costs money to get to target which is not in her community or to a costco to get diapers i had no idea that diapers were taxed as a luxury item and so they really are trying to change.
"nicole richie" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis
"To who i am and that's not easy and i do feel like i'm now at a place where i can walk into a room with any man in this in this industry and i can have any wholesale meeting and i feel confident in what i'm saying because it's the truth and nobody can question your inner truth it's really about sticking to who you are i'm shaking my head and absolute agreement with you and i also think the way you've described it there is this progression and i think it happens for all of us at some point you start something earlier in life and of course there's going to be the uncertainty and you're going to have the various people factions telling you what to do and early on it's hard not to listen to that to some extent yes sometimes you're going to do things along the way that you're sort of half in half out yes and then there comes a point where you know you have the vision you really strongly believe in it you know it's resonating with people where was that turning point for you well building a business is something i had to learn i am a creative at heart it needs to mean something to me so i decided to pull everything back like like a decision to take all of my apparel out of wholesale because i just wanted to speak directly to my customer and that was a decision that i i was advised for a long time not to do but it got to a place where i just it just felt i it was it was pulling at me and it was just something that i wanted to do and i wanted to speak directly to the girl and you know designing storytelling and it was really hard for me to ask somebody else to tell my story and to speak to the girl who i felt so badly that i knew totally i mean there's so much there's so much junk out there yeah there really is and you might for anybody who shops or you're in the store and you think like why is there such junk there's jumping because people are bending to the will of their investors yes they're making choices to cut corners yes and i often think as a consumer and to appeal to the masses and to appeal to the masses but even so even the things that are meant to appeal to the masses that have been like the corners have been cut so heavily in especially in apparel and retail and that was somewhat an outcome of the great recession in which is basically the time when you're creating this business right like the the height of the financial crisis and i often wonder if we're going to see a swing back to more quality products we're definitely seeing a swing back to people wanting to understand the genesis of their product wanting to understand the people behind the product and they care more about it the consumer is more conscious than ever before yeah listen it's very easy to make whatever you want now right so i mean i i was on on the boardwalk of venice beach yesterday and you know you see nine hundred different versions of a heart framed sunglasses and you're like oh my gosh i could you know it so how much is this like five dollars and you're like oh my gosh okay great okay fine i know i could make those three yeah yeah and make an amazing margin on that and i think that people yeah i do think that people do want quality things but also if you're asking people to spend money what they re was to to spend their own money what they really want to be connected to is the story and the reason behind it and that's what i found for my girl and i also you had said oh yes that like just to appeal to everyone and taking advice from your investors you really have to be okay saying to yourself i'm not for everyone and some people are i am not my and that bleeds further than my business that's also just who i am my my humor is very specific i am a specific person i have let go of trying to be everything to everyone i do know that there is a customer and a girl that i am speaking to and so i'm focusing on that and i feel like we're in this dance together and that feels better to me personally than asking everybody and begging everyone to just.
"nicole richie" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis
"At twenty six couldn't have told you what my key stores were what my key retailers that i wanted to be in where i mean we were just you know really just throwing everything out there and and leaving the the decisions up to up to my partners which does work for some people but that's the it's those moments those decision making moments where you're like okay well i think am i the type of person to care about where my stuff goes yes i am actually so i'm gonna take things this way and you know it's it's it's a very gradual process of an each stage gives you an opportunity to understand yourself a little bit more and it's it's a lot of looking inward and understanding what's important to you what are your goals what do you want out of this how do you want to spend your time and understanding the value in your time my time is the most valuable thing i have especially now i have two kids that need me also my time is everything to me so how i spend it i'm very specific about two kids you're also a philanthropist with yes baby yes how do you structure your time how do i structure it up at the same time every day i do yes i wake up at five thirty every day no one else is awake it's just me and that's just my time just to be just to be by myself and i i really do try and not i i know myself i know that i can get overwhelmed pretty easily so i do have to put limits on myself and what i can do because it's extremely important to me to come and be somewhere and be one hundred percent there but when you're excited about something and i you know it's it's a lot of work i'm not gonna lie but it's so exciting and it just gives me energy it just makes me not tired like when i know that i'm doing something and and it feels right and it feels truthful and aligned with who i wanna be then i don't know it just it just gives me a different surge of energy so you wake up at five thirty wake up at five thirty and do nothing lay in bed do you scroll through emails at that point no no no no there's no emails that that i wait for i'll read or i'll just like lay there walk around the house alone it's very peaceful and quiet the birds start a chirpin at around five fifteen am so it's nice you know i feel like i'm waking up with the world i feel like i'm waking up with nature and then my kids wake up at about six thirty and that is like a wild race every single that's the most exhausting part is getting them to school on time everything else actually is kind of is like actually kind of easy drives downtown like i can i can i can handle all that are you an on time family i am yes i am my daughter is my son doesn't care and my husband doesn't really cute they're they're finding fifteen twenty minutes late i my parents are late and it's i i hate it so much i will never be late i also getting zayed's feeling like people are waiting on me i like to be somewhere early so that i can take my time i feel like i am always rushing and my parents totally taught me that taylor's laughing because she i am always rushing and my parents taught me that because we were always like racing ticket to school on time every single it's a race every single day it's like it's like the olympics it really is i feel like is a race every single morning when you think about your life i would imagine that along the way you have been underestimated sure did you feel that way from a young age did that was that something that started when you started getting into the business side of things yeah i mean there is a certain level always of feeling like you have to prove yourself and then you get to a point where you know right now i feel like because because this brand is has been around for nine years these these nine years have been a constant process of letting go of everything that's not authentic.
"nicole richie" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis
"Don't even know if i would have the self control to be a teenager or when all of that existed well they're thinking of it as branding today right right they're like no i'm forming this into a business win by also wasn't thinking about at what point did it occur to you that you wanted to start thinking of yourself as a brand and as a business really when i started house of harlow and i didn't even think of it as myself i had didn't have the brand under under my name after my first season of doing jewelry i was like okay this is definitely what i want to do and when you start a business there so i mean there's so many different ways you can go about building your business and a lot of different people in your ear and i've definitely gone down you know multiple roads of how to build this brand and there are so many parts of this business that i would have never understood other that it's time and experience some things like that's just what has to happen and you know it was i just i knew i was like this is what i wanna do it's great and you don't even know along the way if you're making those right decisions or not you talk about all those voices cut and you have you have no idea not your own voices but the people who are feeding into that and i'm sure there was pressure when you started and it's an interesting choice to go with house of harlow is the name because there are probably people saying like name it nicole richie yes yes there's there are endless people in your ear and also because because it was a license a business my licensing partners had a big say also and you know i.
"nicole richie" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis
"Wanted to like this and this and she said to me why don't you just come downtown and start making them start designing and making them yourself and it was so exciting for me and i spent time downtown and it was like there is an element of if you are at all a control freak like there is this magical element of like having something in your mind and then just making it come to life that's so exciting and once you understand what the processes of doing that it's really hard to go back are you a control freak i'm a virgo a little bit back to being a kid and growing up and growing up among a lot of celebrity were you thinking at the time i wanna be an olympic ice skater yeah obviously so you i was like behalf to that yes did was there some moment that took you off that path i was training in lake arrowhead every summer i went to switzerland every november with my coach vaughn i was in it i was competing and i was in it and i also the older i got i was a teenager and wanted to live that life too and at eighteen when i when i was eighteen my parents were like okay will you have to decide do you want to go to college or do you want to really go down this road and so i chose college did you while out in college you do were you worried about that decision we had allie razman on the show not that long ago and she just talked about the level of commitment i mean i think it's almost impossible to even perceive how much dedication you have to have if you're on the way to the olympics well i wasn't even in school i was into to'real school and till eleventh grade eighth through tenth grade i was going to school for hours a day in malibu and i was spending the rest of my time in culver city just just training and i by the way was still like nowhere near getting to the olympic so it really takes over your entire life and it just got to the point where i couldn't do both and my teenage wild ears were just calling me and i had to i had to dive in do you ever feel grateful that those teenage wild years happened pre instagram i think about it every day i'm like i'm so happy i'm so happy i think about the simple life a little bit when when i was getting ready for this conversation and just thinking how different it was back then to watch you and if there had but a snapchat we would see everything i do think that these teenagers are very mature to because because they are so aware of what they're putting out into the world i was not you know so yeah i'm like i.
"nicole richie" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis
"I don't know what that is this is a this is a scary moment in our lives euro by the way it's tough times you're thirty six i know this because yes thirty six and our birthdays are week apart september twenty first september twenty eighth so i leave rush yeah river go but yeah i was doing some research and i was like wow our birthdays there we have joint birthday parties except we're not the same sign so i don't know how that's gonna work out well we're really happy to be here thank you for having us to your offices i look at your life and everything that you've built at this point at age thirty six do you feel that way you do i do yeah yeah yeah i do you know what this has been it's been a not long process but like yeah it has been it has been quite a process and their you know getting to where i am i'm by no means finished but you know this has been definitely journey and although there's of course points of it rhyme like oh time has flown by so fast there's other parts where i'm like oh my gosh like i was a totally different person when you think about building a building a brand especially and being one person at twenty six and another person at thirty six or like oh my gosh like yeah i totally forgot about that like i was approaching it in such in such a different way how is your vision so house of harlow now yard in two thousand eight when you're twenty six yes what was the vision back that in what is it today well when i started i was also when i really decided that i wanted to do jewelry it started off as just jewelry and i was also having a baby and i was my entire life was about to change and i was invested but also being twenty six you know i was like oh i'll see how this works and it's you know jeff it started off as i did a a small licensing deal and it was just kind of a moment for me to see if it was something that i was even into but like thinking about the future in your twenties is just something that rarely happens right like i didn't even have the mindset of okay where do i want this to how do i want to expand where where do i see myself in ten years i wasn't asking myself those types of questions i was really just testing the waters and seeing if creatively it was something that spoke to me because i had been making i've been making costume jewelry for my friends and for myself i do that all the time i was traveling with my husband and in every city that we're in i have nothing to do during the day so i would go to little kiosks and get you know anything anything that was inspiring me and and make jewelry out of it and bring it home like that was just what i like to do but of course building a business around it as a totally different thing so it started out as jewelry two years later expanded into apparel and footwear and then grew from there you are read also you talked about starting early i read that you were designing your ski ice skating costumes that's raza kid yes always been into design so nancy kerrigan wore avera wing figure skating dress to the olympics i don't know if you guys remember that but it happened and it was my first introduction really to any sort of luxury brand and that was my that was my life i was very swept up in nancy kerrigan she was everything to me like the tonya harding and nancy kerrigan drama was like it turned the culver city ice skating rink upside down like i was in it anyway so my my my dad had to costume designers a woman named edna and a man named bill whitten and they were making my figure skating outfits all of my all my competition outfits and i would say what i want is like oh i wanted to look like this and i wanted to look this and edna had actually edna and bill they had known they've known me since i was three years old and they would always make me outfits out of my dad's excess costume fabrics so so so finally when i when i was skating and when i was when i was competing i was like oh i.
"nicole richie" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"Meal i have to say billy seemed more normal to me than than his his lady who was like yeah you know i don't need i don't need rehab i i'm going to i wanted to show everybody that could kick this addiction on my own but i was wrong okay okay so then we also have macy she is the one with the really big earrings obviously destroyed or ear lobes she's going to prepare for the show on disney or discovery naked and afraid so she's doing some sort of combat survival courses in the woods she's worried that she's going away for two weeks and that the father of the first child unfortunately named benchley he's got some drug problems so she's going to be away from him for two weeks does this seem like eight the kind of story that you typically heard when you're in your twenties oh my goodness you know just the typical girl goes on reality foci comes back to mess up the house yeah of course not i love it his name is bentley by the way it reminds me of la you know you got all these dreadful apartment complexes with the fancy names like the win the windsor cottage the paris the palace the executive that's a bentley reminds me of also i just think it's hilarious that like she's following like a it's like you remember the simple life with nicole richie and all that kind of reminded me of like she's kind of like living out that little fantasy play doing the survival training i guess.
"nicole richie" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"You can get away with it every integrate okay guy of that is the first rule a lot of a game ended with the table being flip that's it i every time i've played it ends in pieces flying it was her brian ships laws our brother just he was getting behind occur g lesson to be able to keep up but as cheating sister you know all of a sudden you're picking up the edge of the board and you're seeing all the dollar bills that your friend is tucked underneath the side of it and shit cheat in liars okay i'll says peres hilton started this comfort animal craze else he's right hour you there thanks for checks he what's going on here all the way back jerry guy little dog can't that also carries a dog around made a real cute now you only need those you've got to go everywhere and doctors there have terrorised thank you peres hilton the nicole richie huh g fully on the believable she started it all right you know i was totally right paris hilton and nicole richie put those dumb little chihuahua was into those pink purses and walked around in like the early 2000s then you get the kardashians and meghan trainor to everybody's got the big booty says the big booty with a little doggy or they got to be careful but the big booties in little dog is they don't wanna you know said on the little doggy and then when a plane it could be cut it it's going to tight squeeze okay so speaking of the planes let's go to tom in san jose tom san jose you're on ksfo thanks for being with us good morning guys i was talking about what i should earlier than might want to change the word because that should be claim this weekend m i really need to bring my make good service girl eighteen in over so i'm thinking maybe i should say might make you a young lady or other than that i want to get attacked or not well no no no especially during the hashtag me to move thereby you can get why is he while he though with service human that what you're not going with the gender sexuality you could just keep it very generic he don't this is why i saw you guys because you've got the.
"nicole richie" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum
"Y this in existence joe the resistance is the day days a duck don't brooklyn the pop culture continue as john elliott this is patch riccardi and joining us as she does every year for this episode and many other episodes it it's me evian hey a and we're once again doing the new fall tv shows a i'm starting to wonder of maybe we should just skip the midseason once i dunno i guess we'll see how they are how many there are or we've never done midseason ones before so that would be new thing yeah i know and it would be absurd we would have to think about and i guess we can try it speaker him midseason shows iced charter watched that great new show the first episode a season maybe it was just that episode but do you guys like that's how i don't i don't really care for it it's fine i don't think it's it's not thirty rocker kimi schmidt something about to watch more of it i guess i thought it'd be fun here than it was kind of things happened in an ended matt was it and the mother was so annoying that was almost hard to take and so impossible well yeah hunting that's the standards sitcom yeah uh and i'm i'm actually like surprise at how much i don't heat uh nicole richie on it she's pretty good i didn't have any idea that to his own shut on who is the blonde news anchor.
"nicole richie" Discussed on 1075 KZL
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"nicole richie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Happy friday and the happy friday weekend from the lorry and julia show we're here on my talked one of seven one everything entertainment my name is holly i've been filling in for tony all this week is gonna be back from his vacation on monday he'll tell you all about it or at least as much as lots to tell you all about a little more here but you just came back from a little mini vacation in that's what we that's what we had i mean it was like yesterday's broadcasts have read rabbit was a glass of land fund people then we had a little bit of a his long forty minute drive you know to get down don't miss sexists with traffic aren't there today we feel your pain people were in traffic we really do how did you guys go down sixty nine what are the twin my my is sally sue my gps lady had had us go a pretty good way the way on yeah anyway we get there and we we stayed overnight that's right felt like we were on vacation on vacation it was so much fun and people were so rowdy so happy about liner richie i mean people were giddy holly i don't know any other way to describe reading clue you yes only cleared out and it was sunny it was shown a full out new nor doesn't really get dark chilly 930 and so the sun just kept setting and setting in the clouds were changing i was tweeting lionel i was tweeting mystically one time even tweeted nicole richie just hello i even tweeted that we were the girls in the polo lounge with him at one tanya herbert erased everyone's saying along it was just a blast and i will say i was surprised at home on.
"nicole richie" Discussed on DirtCast
"Kabbah at the time and how it was i'm sort of this big trend at the time i actually think about like lindsey has been on like a spiritual journey like she many crossing muslim now so it's almost like maybe kabbalah did open her up to this like religious journey that she's been on but a lot of the rest of the celebrities like peres hilton you know nicole richie i don't know how much of a how much they were really being spiritual explorers verses sort of following another trend also say i think that's a very um optimistic unfriendly outlook on one zero hymns path by lewis malign and she's fast and for robin on right now on a yacht so i could further her good for her y'all she's and bunting or language what are be i know i think it also brings up like in terms of the celebrities that were involved and what you said earlier about you know the last time celebrity gossip was really good and really interesting it was such a time of uh can like conspicuous consumption and it was sort of like oh these celebrities are wearing a juicy sweat suit onion abaya juicy sweat suit oh you know like they had you know so they're go out and they're wearing a kabbalah bracelet and everyone has been gang oh i'm gonna get a kabbalah bracelet new sort of see how viral early it went celebrity to celebrity to celebrity in sort of trickle down do you think that there is something a unique about kabbalah that made it catch on with all these famous people like the route was or something about the teachings of the kabbalah center that really appealed uh people who are in the spotlight.
"nicole richie" Discussed on Fashion Hags
"And a winter esque woman at at a big magazine, it's her sis- one of her assistance, and she they're trying to choose a belt for an outfit, and like like, they're the same belts would have a different buckle. And they're coming and Han over which bell to it is and then and we kinda snorts and everybody just like record scratching. I think this is funny. She's like just bloom both blue belt, and then Meryl Streep gives her a little wet for until her. She's wearing a blue sweater his like, you'd think that's just a blue sweater. You just chose out of a pile of stuff little narrow that that. That's that's not turquoise. It's not teal. It's severely than Oscar de LA Renta did a collection of Seru downs and trickle down to you chosen by the people in this room to get to you. And you think you're you've excuse yourself from being the system by choosing this random blue sweater. But we chose. That's what our for you. She's like. Hours of dollars hundreds of jobs, people went into find getting this blue sweater on your body. And that's that's partly how it works. But I mean, that's how one a long time. And it's changing a lot in the last ten years in the last five years. It is changed so much. It was very trickle down right for a long time. You saw what Christian Dior was doing? Yeah. And then it's. It's way down to you. When people copied it and people shifted and moved it around and change it made it more forcible and spread out to different stores and things and then and different stores in different customers guess for customer base. Like, you can you can look at the stuff that jungle ended for Dior, and like the two thousand and then you can think of what was happening popular culture with like Paris Hilton, Nicole Richie running around doing crazy shit, and they were always in like glitter, and like the von Dutch hat with glitter on the the juicy couture, dazzle dazzle, but everything. Chris. No, Jay and everything like that. Like, it doesn't. It's just because the trend is coming from like oh tour that really excessive. Look doesn't always have to accessible. It's not accessible. It's always gonna be distilled for the masses and multiple people again every hash it and rethink of it. And so, and so, yeah, we we like designers do it, and then fashion magazines would then choose and and combine, and, you know, add rehash it a little bit and put them in the ads and put them in the editorials, and then you would read it, and then you would try to figure out a way to put into your own put it in your own wardrobe. And that's how it worked for one hundred years. Yeah. And the best way we were talking about this to the best way to think about trends, if you're if you don't really get if you not really into it. It's really hard to see them. Sometimes when you're in it like when you're looking at right now, what is trendy right now like, well, there's a hundred things that are right now. Yes. But if you look at the best way to sort of see trans- trans- in hindsight. So you can look at what was going on in the twenties, and like, you know, the flapper style dresses in the loose garment off way way at the little hairdos cut short with the bangs the Louise Brooks kind of fringe and all this other kind of stuff..