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"omi campbell" Discussed on The Dark Side Of

The Dark Side Of

03:52 min | 2 months ago

"omi campbell" Discussed on The Dark Side Of

"Givenchy shows didn't do any better for his number thirteen collection. He recruited Paralympic Athlete Aimee Mullins for the show. Both of mullins legs were amputated shortly after birth due to a medical condition and this inspired McQueen to push the envelope. Even further, he designed wooden legs for her that looked like high heeled boots McQueen wanted to empower mullins but many critics accused him of exploitation. mullins herself denied the allegations. She said this notion that I must have been manipulated by Alexander McQueen was so insulting this fiasco was followed by yet another serious accusation. Plagiarism. To college students alleged McQueen stole to dress designs from them and use them for Jeevan she. McQueen denied it to escape from the mounting bad press, McQueen and his boyfriend Murray. Arthur traveled back to their native Scotland. In the summer of nineteen. Ninety seven they rented a cottage in a quiet village cooking and playing dominoes were a welcome change of pace for the hard partying McQueen. But despite the peaceful vacation, McQueen would still have to return to the pressure givenchy and managing his own label. Back in Paris McQueen and Arthur resumed their partying but the relationship became volatile. The couple argued about everything at one point Arthur overdosed on pills vodka and gin, and while he survived the relationship didn't McQueen continued drinking and using cocaine while single by nineteen, ninety eight, he added promiscuous sex to the equation to. His partying even spilled into his professional life in his acceptance speech for an international. Fashion Group Award McQueen said I'm so drunk I can barely even talk clearly something was terribly wrong which was a jarring contrast. Sin Shows for McQueen's own label receiving glowing reviews in the late nineteen nineties. More Hollywood stars like, Kate. winslet DNA OMI Campbell war his designs by two thousand one he was free from his Yvonne contract, which opened the door for Gucci's Tom Ford to buy a stake in McQueen's owned company Ford wanted to open boutiques for the brand all over the world. This was the new McQueen, a global iconic brand. He had conquered England and Europe it was time to take on the world. But despite his accolades and talent he felt that one thing held him back. He was overweight. The fashion industry was filled with glamorous and extremely thin people. McQueen felt like a pariah, but he hoped that his talent would take the attention off of his appearance they might like his designs but fashion critic still ruthlessly mocked his appearance. One critic said McQueen's nickname law Fong Terry Blah should be Ella. Font Terry Blah. Another called him a Walrus. Comments like these only made his body image issues worse he realized that if he wanted to be taken seriously around the world, he needed to do something about it. McQueen knew he needed a more marketable look he envisioned a suave sophisticated appearance like Calvin Klein or Ralph. Lauren and he was willing to take drastic measures like plastic. In order to obtain it, he'd risk his health to be the face of the brand..

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"omi campbell" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

Breaking Beauty Podcast

04:55 min | 4 months ago

"omi campbell" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

"Okay. So first of all, Jackie, how are you all sweaty right now? But I'm doing good. I'm I'm like exhausted like excited all at the same time, but I'm doing well, what about both of you? Right now, I'm just trying not to go Jackie Jackie. Jackie jacket jacket. Jacket. Lead such a signature. It's like the best thing ever puts me instantly in a good mood when I see one of your videos. So we wanted to get into a little bit of your beauty must, of course, we always like to get a little insight into when you're obsession with beauty started. So going way back. Do you remember like what your first product obsession was like high school or even grade school so for? For me, my earliest beauty obsession was definitely fragrance and I know it's a little offbeat. But when I was a kid as early as like eight nine, I had a condition called hyper hydrolysis, and so I didn't know it was a condition. I didn't know there was like a name for this, but it's basically someone who is an excess sweater that sounded like sweater as in like a Cardigan. No. Like someone who sweat. So I would sweat a lot and my mom had to, and so you know like when you're a kid like prisoner, kids are just mean evil. So you get teased that was just like one more thing to be embarrassed about and really shy about. So my earliest memory of beauty was like onboard with my mom through like different fragrances that we would wear to try to like you know mascot because you know growing up, we didn't have a ton of money. We couldn't afford like luxury. Luxury bags, luxury cars or shoes, but you can afford alums refrigerants like that was like the closest thing to like having something. Really. Really. Nice. So my definitely, my earliest memory of like being instability was due fragrance and I was always fascinated I make up I was just like really to shied aware it because I don't want to put it on. Crazy. So I feel like fragrance came first and then somewhere in their makeup was like something I was really fascinated by, but wasn't bold. Bold, enough to like actually like indulge in it. But fashion was like really my thing, I would draw sketch design and my mom was a seamstress. So she would like make the clothes for me on my palm gown like see. We knew it was something that I did with my mom. So that's something that I really love to, and ironically she was a very light makeover. She would literally only wear lipstick and live sticking hearings. Thumbs only thing and she would always tell me if you. You ever need a pick-me-up. All you need is a good pair of earrings and lipstick, and you're good and what was the fragrance you'd walk in the room and Jackie. What was that smell? The earliest one that I remember us being like really obsessed with was dolgin Gabon a light blue. I remember that being one of our favorites I, remember US wearing a Scada I. know she hated to know that was one thing I remember until this day I still hate to know fragrances because. I, it just doesn't work with our body chemistry. But yeah, I remember those I think she probably were a little bit of Rossler into. But yeah. We were like fragrance snob sunny. We would just be like. Now, as she went to, she would explain to me like fragrance notes and like what things work better. You know on different she explained to me like how the body chemistry work that it was just like a really really like losing weight and like bond with her and yeah, just neutral good. If some ever listeners aren't that familiar with your backstory, can you let everyone know how you got into beauty and Youtube and because you actually in the military for a bit as well? Right yes. Yes. So, my story is like a hot mess, but as as you know like. A lot of us don't have like one linear path to success like its curves and bumps grows mountains. Traffic is toll lanes, all kinds of crazy stuff. So basically, I was always really heavily into arts and beauty and fashion I thought was my life calling when I was young was literally like go to film study fashion and become like either designer like a merchandiser or something and fashion industry. So you know your parents you down and you're like sixteen seventy, they're like, what are you gonNA. Do with your life and I'm just like <hes> Duh. You know like I'm going to study fashion like, why are you gonNa me this like low. But the problem is like, what am I? Is An immigrant. He's from Nigeria. Okay. So when you explain to, you know like a black American parent and African American parent you WANNA go dot a greater field. They may be more open to it. They may be a little judgy. It just depends on who you ask, right. Nigerian on the other hand. When you tell them, you're going especially your parents when you tell them, you're going into the crater field. They like absolutely not. They're like how? To do, but you're not doing

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"omi campbell" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

Breaking Beauty Podcast

07:11 min | 4 months ago

"omi campbell" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

"It's super beauty influence. Influence. influencers Jackie Anna wanting to have Jackie on the Mike for like at least a year now. So it's really exciting. The Universe delivered do so Jackie is a thirty-three-year-old los. Angeles, space. Youtuber, and she started her channel in two thousand and nine, and really her whole Mo with channel is that she's trying to change the standard of beauty. One tutorial at a time. Jackie. Now has more than three point, five, million subscribers. Subscribers and her videos have earned upwards of three hundred and fifty million views when I think about the top ten beauty youtubers in the game Jackie is most definitely topping that list. She was the first ever. Youtuber, to be the N. Double ACP image award plus. She's one glamour. Magazines Woman of the Year award, and she's collaborated on makeup collections with brands like anesthesia beverly, hills to phase where she really set out to create. Create more inclusive palettes and shades less. She's done videos with the likes of model Halima Aden and a Omi Campbell Naomi Campbell People I. Mean, you know you've made it when and Jackie's rise to success is really all about her personality. She's so fun to watch on camera at legit wells during. So many of her videos I, love the way she like edits in those memes, and then she does have the makeup skills. Skills to back it up. You know the TRIFECTA absolutely, and you know, I, really love how her content has evolved especially in the last few years, she really has something to say, and she's really trying to make the beauty youtube community more inclusive all around. She's not afraid to take a stand like a few years ago I remember when Kylie. Cosmetics came out with her makeup line and it was meant to be inclusive and. And diverse yet when the PR packages were sent out, they left out black creators and Jackie's going. Okay. Wait a minute what's going on here and called it out, and that's risky for a creator. Right? Who relies on these relationships? Absolutely. That's her and I love that she takes a stand. So big news this week, it's Leo season and Jackie is thriving. She'd just now launched her first ever brand. It's called forever mood. Mood and no, it's not a makeup brand although we know that's in the works to wherever mood is a lifestyle brand debuting with a line of hundred percent, coconut, soy wax candles, and good news. If you're a superfan anywhere in the world, they are shipping internationally. They're really pretty pastels candles like they're gonNA look so good and like a flat layer like on your nightstand, the sensor, overly gourmand like they. All smell good. Good, enough to eat. What really cracks me up when I was reading the press kit. One of the candles is called on Red Associati and it says, it's a coconut caramel scented candle with notes of tropical fruit intended to provide comfort on lonely nights. So the ideas instead of dipping into your pint of Haagen Dazs, you're just GonNa like light a candle and try to forget the guy. Yeah, or to both to bow. And along that same self-care vibe, there's also silk pillowcases and headbands. So right now you know it's kind of. Like I said, but she does plan to expand into other categories as well. So you know stay tuned for that. There's going to be fragrances and skincare. This is just like a little sampler plotter of what's to come. So let's get into our chat with Jackie in today's episode. You're gonNA hear about how she is personally affecting change when it comes to diversity in the beauty industry and blazing trails for fellow persons of color she also. Also, shares her top shelf skin-care secrets plus her top makeup tips for shade matching foundation and helping your makeup. Last all Damn Day. We also find out which instagram story filter she's currently obsessed with. We know you guys are going to want to download that. Don't forget that every single thing we mentioned when we're chatting with Jackie, we will list that over on our blog at breaking beauty podcast dot com. Here she is Jackie Aina. Okay. So first of all, Jackie, how are you all sweaty right now? But I'm doing good. I'm I'm like exhausted like excited all at the same time, but I'm doing well, what about both of you? Right now, I'm just trying not to go Jackie Jackie. Jackie jacket jacket. Jacket. Lead such a signature. It's like the best thing ever puts me instantly in a good mood when I see one of your videos. So we wanted to get into a little bit of your beauty must, of course, we always like to get a little insight into when you're obsession with beauty started. So going way back. Do you remember like what your first product obsession was like high school or even grade school so for? For me, my earliest beauty obsession was definitely fragrance and I know it's a little offbeat. But when I was a kid as early as like eight nine, I had a condition called hyper hydrolysis, and so I didn't know it was a condition. I didn't know there was like a name for this, but it's basically someone who is an excess sweater that sounded like sweater as in like a Cardigan. No. Like someone who sweat. So I would sweat a lot and my mom had to, and so you know like when you're a kid like prisoner, kids are just mean evil. So you get teased that was just like one more thing to be embarrassed about and really shy about. So my earliest memory of beauty was like onboard with my mom through like different fragrances that we would wear to try to like you know mascot because you know growing up, we didn't have a ton of money. We couldn't afford like luxury. Luxury bags, luxury cars or shoes, but you can afford alums refrigerants like that was like the closest thing to like having something. Really. Really. Nice. So my definitely, my earliest memory of like being instability was due fragrance and I was always fascinated I make up I was just like really to shied aware it because I don't want to put it on. Crazy. So I feel like fragrance came first and then somewhere in their makeup was like something I was really fascinated by, but wasn't bold. Bold, enough to like actually like indulge in it. But fashion was like really my thing, I would draw sketch design and my mom was a seamstress. So she would like make the clothes for me on my palm gown like see. We knew it was something that I did with my mom. So that's something that I really love to, and ironically she was a very light makeover. She would literally only wear lipstick and live sticking hearings. Thumbs only thing and she would always tell me if you. You ever need a pick-me-up. All you need is a good pair of earrings and lipstick, and you're good and what was the fragrance you'd walk in the room and Jackie. What was that smell? The earliest one that I remember us being like really obsessed with was dolgin Gabon a light blue. I remember that being one of our favorites I, remember US wearing a Scada I. know she hated to know that was one thing I remember until this day I still hate to know fragrances because. I, it just doesn't work with our body chemistry. But yeah, I remember those I think she probably were a little bit.

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"omi campbell" Discussed on 5 Things

5 Things

01:53 min | 4 months ago

"omi campbell" Discussed on 5 Things

"The galaxy. Thing to be thought unique. and. Familiar. To be one in the A. And still. Unlike any other The album is called a celebratory memoir of the world on the black experience and reimagined lessons from the Lion King for today's youth. The cast features beyond says, eight year old daughter, Blue Ivy Carter and stores ranging from Lupita. Tonight Omi Campbell, thanks for listening to five things. Under, you can subscribe for free and if you get a sec rate and review on Apple podcasts, you can also listen wherever you find your podcasts. Thanks as always declare Thornton for her work on the show. Five things is part of the USA Today podcast network. Hiring can be difficult but if you're a company that's currently trying to hire you face new difficulties, housing wire could relate they needed to hire an ambitious reporter to cover news stories on the US housing markets. So they turned to Ziprecruiter and that's how housing wire following Alexandra. Alexandra never imagined she could get a reporter job during covid nineteen. So she created a profile on Ziprecruiter ziprecruiter matched Alexandra to housing wires reporter job because her degree in writing skills were a great fit for the role housing way or received her application only four hours after they posted the job and a few weeks. Later Alexandra started her dream career. Let ziprecruiter help you hire and see why four out of five employers who post on Ziprecruiter get a qualified candidate within the first day. Try it now for free at Ziprecruiter dot com slash five things that's ziprecruiter dot com slash five things..

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"omi campbell" Discussed on Glowing Up

Glowing Up

08:11 min | 5 months ago

"omi campbell" Discussed on Glowing Up

"Brave of you to speak up and admit. Royal is a function on your oven. Think of it as like one garlic bread is like really brown and Cross crusty. That's achieved through Broil. It's an extremely high direct heat. Sometimes you have a separate drawer at the bottom of your oven. That does broil. Sometimes it's in your regular oven and there's a broil setting. It's a quick very high heat, so you cannot broiling for more than two or three minutes. It'll. It will burn. Okay. I did a quick. Google and it looks like there's a ton of Rosa cabbage recipe for roasted cabbage wet, which is so. That is something that. We should try I. mean that's my kitchen hero ingredient of the week. I I'm calling it. This is a new segment. Great I'm so into it. I'll give kitchen hero. tool that honestly this is a sad one because I should have had this and I didn't. And I finally ordered it and I'm so glad okay, so I've been Boiling my own beans law and there is something I didn't have my kitchen that I absolutely needed which is. Again this is sad maybe. I did not have a slotted. So I wasn't able to serve beans like with by like filtering. Like bean juice shadow to juice your favorite ingredient. So my slotted spoon is a game changer. It was like six dollars from target I. mean a silicon like I'm just very grateful to have that, but I don't have a hero ingredient because cabbage would would have been mind, so I'm just shout to my slotted spoon. Under slotted spooner, it's like Thelma and Louise had to the two of you just frightening off into the sunset. Hands intertwined driving off a cliff together covered in juice. Beautiful. There's a segment though that I. Really Want to get, too. That's a new segment of ours. If we may, and it's basically so I watched so much youtube and a lot of the times like all. Get all these little video pop up. In, my like recommended page, and it's always like so-and-so's five. AM morning routine or this person's like. Vegan pantry and there are so many of them that it's really hard to filter through which ones are worth watching or not, so we've decided to adopt a new segment where Carolina and I both watch the same video we discuss it and then decide. Was this worth watching so today's video to kick us off? Look if I would have to imagine if you're going listener, you've heard of this video. You've seen it. You've at least talked about it with one person and it is Naomi Campbell. Like vitamin and supplement. Routine basically is that. Let me look. It's it's. It's called. Search Campbell, vitamins, you're GONNA. Find it yet. My personal vitamin supplement routine from Naomi Campbell this. It's two months old. It came out like right win. The Krona virus started and getting news attention. Shall we talk about this. I mean I can't wait to talk about this. Here's the thing before we get started. I've got nearly we. Campbell has become an incredible youtuber. Globally speaking I-. Hers pages the source of so much joy so many unattainable unrelatable tricks. I mean that's the thing when you're watching A. Omi Campbell video. It's not a normal girl. It's not your girl next door. She is so fucking nuts. I just WANNA say, but in the best way like she were almost reminds me of ninety minutes supermodel, but she's like a pop star. She's so quirky, but like the kind of Kooky that you aspire to be. A! Okay, so let's get this video, so she starts off by making a SMOOTHIE and I did spot almond breeze almond meal just. Wasn't advertised, but I can honestly say that smoothie. It looks absolutely revolting. It made me the thought of it was like making me gag. It's so disgusting it so many powders and powders in general free. I'm not a big powdery person anymore. Some of those. Yeah, once you had a brown powder into a smooth the. You're caller story is it's all over the place? What's the smooth? He becomes like PERP. In that Brownish kind of family? It does it does. It's not as appetizing. There's no way this movie didn't taste like sand. It's so she put in artichoke powder, which I'd never really like heard or seen people talk about before. Obviously, she had Collagen Moranga a bunch more powders. Bow, powder. What is that? I don't know and Naomi Campbell is not. Not Really, let's say elucidating on the known. She's just like here's this pattern this pattern, but doesn't tell you anything about it. It's like this whole video is so you tell us about it and she doesn't really tell us. She's religious off and. She seems to have a disdain for the viewer. There's not she's. She's certainly not not forthcoming in the way that I like my youtubers to be exactly well. Okay one thing that I did take from this movie. Making process was how cool it is that she has those little jars of her powders. Yes, labeled like she just clearly has a bunch of jars of little labels on them, and she even has squeezed bottles that look like almost kind of bottle that you'd like squeeze, hair or lake travel shampoo out of and she was squeezing pomegranate juice and some other juice. She was squeezing out of them. It looks so cute I know him. Liquid Vitamin C.? O., so classy, it's such a vibe, such richly Bob to have uniform unmarked glass containers. It's so cool. I'm will never be me. I mean I know I have to say. I get such a high off of saving glass jars of varying shapes and sizes. Soaking the labels off in repurposing them, and that's just who I am. That's I never throw away a glass jar, and like yes, my cupboards, a cacophony of shapes sizes in Liz add like they always have that little crusty label residue on them. But like yeah I'm not on campus. Level I'm not GonNa do what she does, but it's nice to look at. But what do you use? Those jars for I always tweeting safest peanut butter jar with I'm like I. Don't WanNa. Be A hoarder. I don't know what I would use this for well also. Tells me to bring her any extra jars. I have so i. have this whole like jar assembly line between generations that I have to pay respect to. But I use them for. I mean whenever I get like a like a loose leaf tea, or let's say a green powder that comes in like one of those dinky plastic bags. I hate using those and I'll always put them in a jar. I love a twist top jar. What is your I mean? I love over. Beans. Beans in the fridge. Cooked Rice I. Mean I use jars for Tupperware. They're interchangeable for me. This is so smart. Yes, God..

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"omi campbell" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

Dressed: The History of Fashion

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"omi campbell" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

"There's also the internet archive's dot com or dot org are not entirely sure, but they have just wonderful wonderful resources all digitized and keyword searchable. So it's really at your fingertips scholars before us. We're not they really put in the in the real work going page by page word by word looking for things that you and I can just search for about do know. Now, I can do that. But when I was in grad school, I made a joke about this on dress before that. Is not true. I was still I was I was still that many years ahead of you where if we wanted to look at vogue and try to find all the designers work we had to sit there and look at every single. No, that's right. That's true. Cover single. They are actually just archiving vogue when I was in grad school because a lot of students were working in the archives doing that. So yeah, I do remember looking at 'em microfiche and. Lots of microphones. Which is not pleasurable activity reassure you and something actually that. I highly encourage people to do is to visit the archives in your own communities. I'm working on right now. We're on the project on discovering the fashion history of my the town that I grew up in. There's a it's called Crowley's. There's a historical society, and they have so many wonderful, photographs and letters, and so many wonderful pieces of history from people in that community in that archive, and you can make an appointment and go and learn about it, and I have to just say hell to the add to that. Because actually that's what I do every day. I'm on the other side of that. I'm the person in the archive hoping the people find things that that's going to help them with their research. We hope Wally that this addresses. Your question casts. Do you have any other recent fashion history news that you think we should mention before we sign off? Well, we are finishing up or last week was couture week. Yeah. I usually make I don't really pay attention or up to date on fashion. I'm not gonna lie, but I always kind of tune in or keep my eyes open for what's happening during couture week because that's really a time when it's a select few fashion houses that can still really patronize and support all the craftsmen and women that make up the Okacha industries in France. And it's really just a showcase for their artistry. And it's always so fascinating and wonderful to see. Yeah. I usually wait till the end of the week. And then I binge all of the shows at once. Yeah. That's shown that's always really fun. So my favorite one two of my favorite shows. We'll talk about real quickly. I really love Valentino. Yes. Pierpaolo finally got the let's not just cast white models memo. Kind of circulating and end the you know out there. Flip loss letter department. Wait, no dead letter department. And that's what it's called. But he had a stunning show, and it was closed by OMI Campbell. And it was the first time I guess that she had appeared in a Valentine show for fourteen years. Oh, wow. So that was stunning in spectacular. Also, Irish van Herpin. Be still my beating heart is all I have to say. Yeah. I was called shift souls, and it was the most beautiful. I have to say the most beautiful collection..

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