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"pat cleveland" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

Dressed: The History of Fashion

03:08 min | Last month

"pat cleveland" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

"Fashion leader france to become the battles quote unquote winner and while baker might have performed for her adopted country of france. Her legacy as a pioneering block performer was on full display. In the american fashion shows where an unprecedented ten black models appeared rather devan Took this event on as subject of her twenty fifteen book battle over cy in which she wrote that quote the appearance of this glamorous black woman who had defied american racism to find fame abroad was particularly overwhelming to the young black models who were still coming into their own beauty and their own maturity and quote and pat. Cleveland was one of these young models who fought the courage to actually approach baker. Who she described as quote larger than life near mythic. Figure and cleveland's autobiography. She writes quote. Josephine was dressed in a nude catsuit her long legs covered in fishnet stockings with pearls dripping off of them or headdress ostrich plumes was so enormous and high that i figured whatever balance she had came from having to hold up that thing and apparently her friend came with her and and a couple of josephine's feathers off though pat still has one of those feathers because it was such a special moment for her and cleveland her south of course would portray baker numerous times throughout her modeling career including an patrick kelly's fall winter. Nineteen eighty six collection which was exclusively dedicated to the performer. Like baker. kelly abandoned america for paris. He really made a name for himself in paris as a playful and innovative designer whose designs of bull celebrated his heritage while also reclaiming racist imagery of his nineteen eighty-six collection women. Where daily wrote patrick. Kelly wound up the season's collection at gallery colbert with the wacky show. His oca- chair parody miniskirt length. Furs and omarosa josephine baker. Mammoth torrential ask from even the most fashion weary buyers in quote and these laughs were no doubt inspired by pat cleveland's joyous impersonation of baker. Cleveland came dancing and twirling down the runway and kelly's version of baker's famous bananas skirt paired with a hot pink bra tops and bakers tremendous legacy exists today. Not just an iconic imagery associated with history's most famous showgirl but in black performers and models everywhere. She is referenced. Time and time again in two thousand and six they on say pay tribute to baker on. What would have been her hundredth birthday wearing a skirt costume on a televised fashion tv special called fashion rocks and baker played such a pivotal role throughout pat cleveland's life and career that she was a central theme in the two thousand sixteen launch. Party of her memoir. Walking with amuses and cleveland performed a song dedicated to baker in a tired all the models at the event and been as skirts as aaj. And just one of those showgirls that transcended her profession to become a pop culture icon. So you know her..

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"pat cleveland" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

Dressed: The History of Fashion

09:41 min | 10 months ago

"pat cleveland" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

"On the history of jumpsuits. Oh Yeah Casts. A whole course on the history of job sits you know. I have never met a jumpsuit. That I didn't like this is very true. The cast is always like I never see a wear pants. And I'm like I wear jumpsuits does I but So hopefully she'll be joining us soon but a few things about this workshop. I went to that really kind of like was completely eye opening. I didn't know that there are seven types of plastics and only three of them are recyclable. Plastic number one number two number five all right had no idea and a also cast as you. That cellophane is a bioplastic. I guess I did not know that. No yeah so the majority of cellophane that's used in. The floral industry is actually made from Wood. I had no idea therefore it can degrade naturally and you can't necessarily recycle it but it will break down over time if it has enough access to oxygen So also packing peanuts. A lot of companies now are making them out of wieght or cornstarch so they can basically break down in water you can even also compost them. Which is very very cool. And I'm going on here at length a bit about this because super excited about it but the work that we did that day basically. We're kind of like kids at Camp. Having a blast at the Craft Day Under Andrews instruction we learn how to make our very own biodegradable plastics so we have pots and pans out. There was a lot of string and mixing on a portable cook. Top and bioplastics are very easily simply made at home. I had no idea. They are made from three main bases. You can use algae use corn or other starches like Yuca or gelatin and you can even make bioplastics at of the hipster. Drink of choice. Khumbu I mean just saying and all of these they break down very easily over time and perhaps most importantly they break down in water and as we all know. Plastics in the ocean are in major major major major problem. I read a statistic earlier today saying that if we don't do something about this plastic problem that by twenty fifty. They'll be more plastic in the ocean than fish. Yup Don't quote me on this but I did read this and I was like what very upsetting so these plastic alternatives. They're fascinating you know and making them. Water Soluble is definitely a step in the right direction. But while it's pro is also a little bit of a con because as Andrea mentioned When we were taking the class she's actually working on making a biker jacket out of bioplastics that she's creating but that brings up the point of like what happens if it rains right clearly. That's an issue has to be able to be flipped inside how into your cotton lining for protection or something. I don't know or coated in Beeswax. Oh yeah all. Those cool beeswax covers for your glass dish where cool. That's there's a lot more and more of those coming out so many awesome solutions. So many people around the world working to solve these solutions and we as consumers just need to continue to educate ourselves and shop and act responsibly. But you know I just gave this lecture on Sunday about totally me about the modern woman emergence of Modern Fashion Early Twentieth Century. I don't know what happened. But in my QNA it started asking about fashion historic fashion and very quickly evolved into a talk on sustainable. Fashion people responded so so so enthusiastically when I said you know the future fascist sustainable and I think people are really really WanNa know how they can help and how they can effect change. Because we're all in it together people for sure an I do do think that we're a little bit right. Now at this infancy stage or an experimental phase. A where people are trying to hammer out the solutions to these problems. A lot of these products aren't yet quite mainstream but this industry has known about bioplastics for a very long time. It's just that it hasn't converted to them because petroleum based plastics are much cheaper to produce. So I just WANNA say bioplastics get to know this term. It's your friend. It's your future and we had a ton of fun literally cooking up Andrea's recipes and the recipe are really simple. You we in. The workshop made two different types of plastic. We made one. That used a cornstarch base and another one that use a gelatin vase both of these recipes use distilled water and glycerine and glycerine. Very cool. Because you can actually create the texture of the plastic by increasing or decreasing. The amount of glycerin in terms of the pliability of the plastic cornstarch also needs a little bit of vinegar to kick off the chemical reaction but once we had our bases of these bioplastics we could add color by way of food dyes and Tara actually brought in some biodegradable glitter. So you better bet. There was a lot of glitter in our bioplastics that were making that day. So it was was great. It was really fun. And then you could even use like leftover scraps of textiles and like encapsulated within your bioplastic to give it a certain type of rigidity like We had some tools that we used and that we encapsulated in the bioplastic and I mean once you start playing with these things in these materials you can see that they're end-use limitless once we kind of like get the science down Tadmor. Oh Yeah and you'll have to. I think you posted pictures. Awhile back as kind of a hint. But you'll have to maybe post a couple more pictures of your workshop. Because they're really really really cool very cool looking. I'm a very textured driven person and I wanted to touch those and Stanley through ice cream April. I don't know about you but I am super excited to receive minute clip electric toothbrush. I of course ordered it and gold medal symbol accessible enjoyable. Quip has everything you need to support healthy. 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Or wherever the rotates you on the iheartradio App what else what are you have? I happen to know that you are a huge rupaul. Fan As am I I have said from before. We even started this podcast. There are three people that I I feel like if we can get all these people on the show we know we've made it re- Paul's one of them. Pat Cleveland who you interviewed already has already been on the show and my other one is dapper. Dan We're going to talk about here in a minute. But yes huge Rupaul fan so I have to know. Are you watching? Aj and the Queen on Netflix. No what we go way back what happen. I'm actually quite surprised. You have not talked to me about this so I know.

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"pat cleveland" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

Dressed: The History of Fashion

13:00 min | 1 year ago

"pat cleveland" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

"Battle for size. We've already done episode on the nineteen seventy-three quote battle that put American fashion on the international national map but I'm hoping you can tell us a little bit more what that experience was like free you anything others in doing a benefit but it turns out to we some kind of what they call to battle and it seems like you know the American designers had really been on the stage in Paris when it came meantime was royal event and the Americans just shined you know we had all of those girls who could walk in in the music was so American in modern lighting and it just was something so new and the French embraced us so they call it a battle but I think they just fell in love with us because you know I had already been towers working so it's like going home for me but for a whole bunch of girls it was their first first time touching down there and then they went back and had that opportunity again so I think you know you get certain opportunities and you go off to Versailles and you dine unto the Chandeliers in the cherubs in new you made the Duchess of Windsor new you drink champagne in with her and princess grace. You meet all of these wonderful people in fashion because everybody dresses so beautifully because they feel that interesting makes them happy it. Does I mean living a life in fashion. Is I think a gift in many ways and you've done it so beautifully. I've been very blessed because people around me have all loved each other sincerely out of respect and you just adoring each other's style and it's like they're just different flowers that song and can you tell tell us a little bit about how your signature walk developed. I kind of say walk in quotation marks because it's so much more than that and it's just this incredible performance that you give us each every time that is so all your own and so Platt Cleveland and can toss a little bit about you know the role that dance played in its development but also the people who helped you develop it. When I was a child I used to dance with a wonderful African American Lady Catherine author done. I danced as a child. Cathryn Damon and I was her her little mascot and all of these wonderful people would be in the class like Marlon Marlon Brando and Ursa kid and oh wonderful ladies and I would hang off the monkey bars make fun they laugh and they play the drums. I wanted to be dancer but I was too tall at that time so I always felt that something that moves your heart like that can move your clothes too. You know I I just consider myself a flagpole. Jake Paul moving the fabric but she bring dance and movement even your first cover of Ebony Fashion Fair in nineteen sixty six year. You're you're already moving. You're making the clothes move you know already thunder early point in your career and then you bring that to the stage in such a wonderful way that really shares so you know with the audience your joy fashion you know how it feels when you put in a new dress she philo twinkly one is start showing showing off. Your goodies like this is how I feel. It stressed me sneak feel really beautiful. Even if you get something ugly on it's just it it has its own beauty to like. The spirit of the close is just somebody believed in that look and you're going to go along with their fantasy and enjoy their ride with them. Kosei had VICI- a vision. You know like Sushi think what is this then. You put put it on in new become part of their world like how they see things you. It's like more about wearing the designer than even wearing the garment haven't what you've brought specifically to think that is so incredible credibly special. I'm a happy person idle at one minute getaway for me that I didn't see something beautiful and deadly or something you know when when you think of all those people who so every stitch is like a minute of your life and I just basically do it because I I think that the people who make the clothes a part of the dress to you know I see them. I've been in so many ways and watch the ladies stitching I really. I think they're wonderful. Did just so wonderful to pardon me. I feel like they're part of the dress. Yes absolutely and so are you. I've been watching a lot of Pat Cleveland runway moments over the past couple of weeks in anticipation of this this AH Terry Mugabe's. I think were particularly fun. I saw you as the flower blossom awesome and as a kitty cat I mean you just bring so much joy to the runway and you have so much fun with it and I just I really appreciate that. Yeah we are you can have fun in everything. Put an a glove since what puff it I'll put in a sock you hand. It's a puppet you know you turn those close around but I just know Muga has such a fantastic imagination that he just infuses you with his his vision and they just want to be the ball of energy that brings it to live from because you know he's one of the first ones to put on those big shows where it's for entertainment as as well you know he kin so and I mean I remember those shows in the seventies. They were so magnificent saliva. You know it's not like when I first began you walk with a number in silent right staging and music in La People People shearing do it because you want what he insult to feel bored. You know it's nothing like a you know wet dressed dressed in a hangar but just in a hangar dripping exact he didn't want it looks like steamed staying. He had that for chase away the blues in fact you're still modeling. I just saw you and your daughter walking and singing your way down the runway this last fashion week. It was absolutely wonderful. Hello I'm telling you that was just spontaneous at in the bathroom five minutes before and she do it on the runway just singing into ANA. We always seem to channel and they put it on the runway believing so we get out there and we winged it. We just faked it too and we you know we like to do and stuff and for her she and I to be together. She's always travelling so that was just a special moment. We never you get to work together really very often. you know she just came off the follies. She was the star of the follies Ashir that and it was so wonderful to see her doing Josephine Baker because yes you know my my great aunt Josephine Baker's safety schoolteacher until Josephine get an gala the trading get out of town girl. You need to work it. You got it. She told her to play the piano and it's always been sort of in my family to have this wonderful full showgirl. Josephine in our lives. I am so special that you met her at the battle of her side right before that. Oh you day ah I knew her before that and I danced stage with her once Arnie all in another place in I was going to go up and be in her show but she died the week before I got there. I was going to try to be one of those cavalry. Yes Sir Yeah I love the Way Josephine Kinda comes in and out of your life to you because you've yourself of course have portrayed her many times on stage wonderful footage of you. I'm Patrick Kelly runway. He is Josephine Baker and we all orchids. She's the the number one showgirl for Black Society because she escapes such danger and she was able to live beautiful life. Yes and that's what we look for. We want to have a beautiful life all everybody. Yes yes absolutely as magazine just inaugurated their best in black fashion awards and you're the first person to ever receive the icon award in in there fritzy issue per se yard in parks and Susan Taylor and Oh my God there was so many wonderful the people and it was just like okay. We got to believe we gotta believe let's keep marching it forward and they were so advanced. They were already vegetarians using natural fabrics cushing international flavor into the black community. It was just enlightening to be with them and now they did a music awards and it just developed isn't it and beautiful editors. They have now and it's just beautiful. I'm so proud thank you and I just I'm curious because you've been a model now for fifty plus years and I'm just what does it mean to receive an award like this does kind of cause you to look back over your career and it just it brings everything into the present like you see the work and you see the development and you think this is a good thing you know when you're at the beginning of things most of the time. I'm at the beginning of things before they develop I duNno. It's just my path that then you see there's a room platform for many more people and you think. Oh Wow look at all these new people and you think okay that was good. It's good. We made that little walking path. which is now a highway or runway at an airport? I don't know it just opened doors. You think how wonderful hm this at things develop you know Nathan with having been able to enjoy fashion for so many years in work quin new designers and it's just amazing how people can take their imagination and make a life you know and that's kind of what I did. Use My Lai match nation and I make life for myself and I paint and I draw John. I ride and make music and every day I do something that makes me happy and I think modeling makes me happy because I get to be with these wonderful people that thank you so much for being with us today. In sharing with us you know the art magic enjoy of fashion and yourself really thank you so much inch stitching thinking painting. Keep saying the things that make you happy and have bliss consciousness. Thank you pat and we're sending you lots of love and light your way as well. Thank you for that prayer and have a good to hate you know April. Originally I had title eldest episode. A life lived in fashion but after interviewing pat I changed immediately to the joy of fashion isn't her joy infectious. Yes and she is one strong super. Inspiring woman cast as black fashion awards was one of her very first public appearances this year after being diagnosed knows with cancer this year but at the awards she revealed that she feels like a Phoenix rising from the ashes in large part and thanks to the fashion communities communities outpouring of support so pat you are so loved and we are sending you loads and loads of even more love on your road to recovery..

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"pat cleveland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"pat cleveland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"She's not a movie star but she's a high diva in home world in the music and entertainment world ryava ambience the other queens and michelle obama is raining raining queen of style and this is because they achieved to the empowerment and the independence as strong women so therefore they become the women that are role models for all of us for everybody every woman every kind every time i think that it's a global world today it's a multicultural world and when i was coming up it was not that way i mean the reason that i loved folks so much when i first saw naomi sims in vogue and pat cleveland invoke in the seventies by irving pin and i saw princess elizabeth of toro photographed in vogue in the main well of the book i thought this is the world i wants to see because this is a world of interest and it's a multicultural world and it's a well of diversity we have to we have to let you go i have one more question for you wanna take you be so generous with your time i had my first copy of vokes six months ago well that's your loss i know and i've i've i've become so enamored with it in between that and watching this documentary i'm seeing fashion now from a completely different perspective as a as a folk musician i didn't necessarily see it that way for those for those of us who don't think that fascist for us and it's going to be people listening to us who think that right now is there something that every human can gain from being more in touch with fashion it can get you up the stairs down the stairs in the morning how it is the way you present yourself as i said it's immoral coach address beautifully fashion whether you musician whether you're a professor a plummer plummer.

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"pat cleveland" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"pat cleveland" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"By the literature paris and the balzac and gustaf flow bam bam bovery was the first consumer the first great consumer in fiction in french fiction so mmmm bovery impressed me because she was as i she gravitated towards paris and paris you have to is to mecca fashioned style so you will have to get to paris some pointing life you wanna be in fast but i do wanna point out there one of the more powerful moments of the documentary is the moment where you do you do talk about some of the comments people have made about when they called me queen congress on thing to tell me about that i mean i didn't know that the lady called mcqueen kong until i left harrison they say you know these call you and i thought well that's just so negative an awful it was racist queen calling just it's is it better now yes it is better now but it's not perfect is much about it what needs to be done well do you see that many women of diversity in the pages of magazines certainly in vogue but you see that many women in advertising campaigns on television how many women do you see in movies that are not a playing a role of mistakes or something to see i mean who is the glamour star today howley berry is she the most glamorous person is on announcing she's not a movie star but she's a high diva in home world in the music and entertainment world riana and beyond say the queen's and michelle obama is raining raining queen of style and this is because they achieved to the empowerment and the independent strong women so therefore they become the women that are role models for all of for everybody every woman every kind every human time i think that it's a global world today it's a multicultural world and when i was coming up it was not that way i mean the reason i love vokes much when i first saw naomi simson vogue and pat cleveland invoke in the seventies by irving pin and i saw princess elizabeth of toro photographed in vogue in the main well of the book i thought this is the world i want to see because this is the world of interest and it's a multicultural world and it's a well of diversity we have to we have to let.

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"pat cleveland" Discussed on LI News Radio

LI News Radio

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"pat cleveland" Discussed on LI News Radio

"Right back in and heads off on a jane behind his own that adam bellicose caught on the break out calgary hit rubber niddle onetotwo track he goes up the middle of the ice and out of his own blue line right side back into the head was the weakest nice touch path of big johnston benefit foot five winner as it greatly corner cowdery zone johnson try to keep possession other got doubleteamed was art ticket office stitch luca to bloomberg who worked it out the center before turning it over in tomaszewski will was back in rightwing corner tj on at their for the flames terminal because he is no one an angry the man made me really bon iver peter budaj trying to get on board a food of by paul widespread put out a minor problems pat cleveland finally jc katie their bodies selami's now we ban lenovo royal man yes yes yes rings out early three eight in his greg told you what a change in the last two games where they took three nothing holes eighty contest sosas seekers with a onehanded apart through the wickets of mike smith and again just trickled over the line i gave new york the league credit roster are still on the road aim of our word that little daily blamed on the right circle in lock rigs to say let's get the call the injuries on the dole 300 away the board aimed amaldo white house among i'll put john got so bad balkan over don't seek the role of nuclear brought in the book the report from the little the flu book to be in a way venture for dominic on able to catch up receivers as cagey book down as on one wanted office perfect start to the alan as you mentioned those threenothing old they've dug in the last two games and awful they gave up two goals in the first two shots in here against the red wings on friday with two goals in the first five shots so tonight finally some paid back one gordon boll and at three hours with the early lead here's the bears right wing over the clean life of an advocate them is the man on a pointblank opportunity unbelievable whose ruling what an interference goal coming up against calgary as anders lee went flying in it'll flames neck let's go confirm here at four old one of the first.

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"pat cleveland" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"pat cleveland" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

"Many screenings have live qna sessions where you can see the filmmakers and film subjects in person i'm going to name just a few notables who were expecting susan sarandon an executive producer for the film sufa journalists dan rather for the film fail state shoe designer steve madden for the film mad man the steve madden story and model pat cleveland whose interviewed in a film about the fashion illustrator antonio lopez he says i'm antonio and i'm going to enjoy a girl and the late talked is key insists the oh my god a mmediately went up to him and gave him a hug and he threw his arms iran me how would you like to work his name was like hugging me and i said oh my god i am falling in la that's from antonio lopez 19th seventy sex fashion and disco premiering a november tenth it plays in the metropolis competition devoted to new york stories if you love music yitzhak perlman will be in person for the film itzhak we have an eclectic range of guitarists coming to the festival lee rinaldo from saanich youth is coming for the film hello hello hello jazz master bill frazao will attend for bill for his l a portrait and eric clapton is coming for our closing night film on november 16th called eric clapton life in twelve bars the tells the stories behind his music and if you want to see leading filmmakers look to the section called short list where we pick fifteen of the year's most celebrated documentaries.

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"pat cleveland" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"pat cleveland" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

"Chanting in north italy naga majority was a a she went back to the monastery because you know when you're in fashion everybody's changing use much you don't know you are any more she have to go somewhere meditate and she just bought a piece of property in near to loom in which is gonna open in meditation and healing singer oliver and of hers who is a sharman paho his very beautiful young models so is that eating meat she has a an exit strategy from the business i think so she's very creative she likes to make kerr's and make things you know they're very creative and her boyfriend means can a good dan they're in two weeks it's still on the i i remember the first time i saw on a cleveland on i knew immediately who it was you can't you know it she looks so much like her mother is unless you always look like you i guess that i don't see it you don't let us say it i it's the face proportions porsche yard icy well i just feel she's my daughter you know and we when we embrace ralite one person's like to snakes and love which so tight with the charl she calls me every day and she talks to me all the time in wherever she is in the world and even before she goes on stage says mom going on stage of and you know i feel like i'm wither all the time so i almost living vicariously just got the cover of german vogel while and somebody came over two minutes oh a love your cover off nah spotlight jorge are on the isle of with the legacy continues and what a legacy it is packed cleveland you have given us so much joy and s reminded us what's important about life which is the beauty and the.

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"pat cleveland" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"pat cleveland" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

"Oh we are bad with pack leverage telling all the stories they're all here such a beautiful woman that the life here there's just so much to be learned in its hey it's history diane history was as a result karl lagerfeld you guys you and admitted he was a very young man when you knew him muscular to really ha ha de by and he was so lovely only god when we get over to europe in my gang was the american gang was antonioletti pants down adjourned curry tip carl agathe feld him myself and weird the gang men inspired everybody to love pop art because they knew we knew andy and also karl lagerfeld was like this new be over the air and then he loved antonio whose puerto rican illustrator who was like such a free spirit in so talented and he brought oh these kind of odd looking a rainbow americans over and call him braced as any took care of us he dressed as with diamonds to go to the beach and i'm about that band dassault lay all over his muddle the giving of about honoree landslide almost slide off uncut over to those places in east sardines and the half nude beaches and and didn't dress up when the nude beaches nude on the dress beaches we were just something to look at in the south friend what was nowhere obvious you known for europe runway stroll witches biz so famous war was what's most the most the oddest runway you've ever walked what was the obvious you talked about the the tables being put together for the.

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"pat cleveland" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"pat cleveland" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

"You know you is after year moms voice in the back of a header anybody who's been there done that and can warn you that may be going a little too far you know like topple over even the leaning tower pizza knows how to stay straight those are avid see down the her where do you i mean it's just dangerous sinoe drugs are kind of to blame for it you know of free sexuality wasn't it wasn't a disease that was just nature you freedom of you know it came to point where everybody is afraid to touch each other that's when we were all wearing black and big shoulder pads stay away from me your your but that was like in the war of disease diseases fear and the fear we have no fear in his seventies six we're all love you love the one you're with was the titlesong love the one you right well of course the singer talking about before is mary white year jerry maguire eleven limited immunise sexy like that you know you put that on the room disappears in everybody's in love and he no recreational drugs were not taken to the to the heavy heavy desperate need you know when you get into a situation where you need it so much she bidding drop it like they say drop alike is honda evaded dropping give back to reality because reality means that you your true self as a beautiful luminated human being than allowed to express yourself but you can't destroy yourself your for anything and you know if you need to express yourself in a way try to keep your health.

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"pat cleveland" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"pat cleveland" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

"I really moves on yeah well and you still of close as much as you did then i love close 'cause i wanna cover myself in sheikh john lewis and i like the designers i to wear clothes you know that a reflector of your favorites right now oh oh i'm sorry i can't i'm wearing um a lovely thing from the mouth boys i like him oh my god distill wayne not hearing them i thought the now boys were armed they were publicised airline publicist but they represent a lot of designers to i so they they have some beautiful clothes and they dressed the entertainers in the singers and you put on beautiful they dressing now now patten uh in the book you know you run through the whole gamut of of your career in your life but how does some one you have a an a beautiful outlook and you are a tender hart an it's obvious how do you maintain that that outlook when you i know you can feel everything i know you are sensitive sweet sensitive so how'd you keep that balance how do you not succumb to the darkness oh my goodness i guess you born went that you know like aegis born with some light in you in that zongo's goes this little adema moore latyshev gwalior shanghai dealers shy him him and also ice i really watch nature a lot you know i love animals i have 22 p constant my how you're hearing the they're noisy are theor noil are they're always in my kitchenaid on my dog fit i get our that train what i have learned of third on southern jersey and i enjoy the nature because it always makes me realise and engines so tiny and everything is so be yes yes it is the place where you can find that balance because it's on bothered by what's happening politically and what's happening with trends i don't even watch new york yacht you can it's so depressing well i have been through so much you know i've had.

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"pat cleveland" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"pat cleveland" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

"Well you know if you get to be in it too so you have to embrace it one hundred percent not to say oh it's not important it is important yup or you know because also the girls who were around today the loop seems like the life span is much shorter well johnny neuron ten of us there only ten of us before and as billion us the right what sat there he wear it expands yoga and ryan have the social media so private if if you were initials because the designer found you and pink to out of some where you could have been walking down the street that happens occasionally now sindani the garage dress up and go out that i'm just saying yeah okay it's public it's expanded more people have the opportunity to participate and that's okay it is what it is what are we guinea do you know to put it in a jarred oh selfish leaves only for me narrow it's not about that everyone evolves in and finds of place somewhere in the industry are the me he closer selling them of fixing them steaming them are doing something but his all you get a touch of that magic like everything so fast you new unchanging just light life fashion is the most like life fears it reflects it reflects our beauty and our movement and even of what's happening in technology it's reflected it reflected there are you still friends with some of the girls who you have been associated with for years like.

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"pat cleveland" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"pat cleveland" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

"For walking i thought there was solid associated with your name we add title oh maybe as something i said dutch you need always to walk lord i see no because it's just a kind of energy moving forward you're like they've acing aliyahia going to the light yonli growing like now of course obviously in the book on do you hit upon all of the parties story line that i always us aside from being iconic model i always associate you with that that sort of antonio jerry hall warhol mm holsten party scene where you of party girl when i think you always a party going you're young man you any get out what he can sit in the backs and waited die when not draza thoy hata animated and if your home sowing in your pudding does a of feathers all over the bottom of your mini skirt ashley i did start getting out and party at the cheetah i begin your yeah and that was someplace races so my close with tiger moss so you'd walk into the cheat and you see my clothes under those dayglo lies have i'd make like those plastic skirts with feathers on them f other on everything from highland and i go in there and danson party meet people from lake kluban that was like the kennedy bunchin supreme bunch and you know and meet all those people like rich harrison on this young on and all those kind of like going to lick club or the cheetah or then later on it would be somewhere else but always the nightlife young people's how you get out me dionson and feel alive under the stars or beefstarved from shoora nausea i'm with you as you mentioning this and thinking about what it must be like to walk around new york to the with you and i wonder if the city always memories come rushing through your body must who so emotional while you don't see trudy hellish you don't see the film or issue does see studio 54 you know you like in another century and.

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"pat cleveland" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"pat cleveland" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

"A merrick black africanamerican models who had to bootlegger's day to carry to paris which was so exciting for the french was like re it was like a rebirth of 1920s yes girls came over digital alert all and they were we living some splendid time when they saw us was like oh my god ned nuri of in they had missed on gets use a great show people coming together if the attitude was like all the artists were in love but the mid the industry was like okay the fight of the industries that was the battle who was the best and so we got there and we only had our music in our music was the charm we had all the rb we had a digital roommate we had a his name oh god i have the thinkable than we had the american music yup which was in this 73 yup fifth predescu right as go we had otis redding riot jodeco islet and stylists takes we had um hutsis no elderly love love um oh added all gree law yeah and marvin gaye and we had a what's his name is the most famous not jinx rob he does love the song of love oh will come to a by now so ultimately did the americans really win that all you allen honey when you win with him braces in giving out good vibes in music lovin sexual and you mentioned although are africanamerican malls were there was that were inspired easel laurent to use all had one he had one hero one and that was a big deal is that.

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"pat cleveland" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"pat cleveland" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

"In that collection all those collections from europe airdie i wonder whatever happened which she hotter with those of the fear and storage somewhere oh my god they're all with the of fashion fear collection they have of a emperado yeah they have a collection is nearly zero jaza traveling show actually thinking goes to atlanta in different places and you know you can sort of hashtag a google it and you can goes actually see the palk abondoned the car johnson all of these wonderful pieces that were in the show you know even with pictures of the girls who did the shows you know and yo is history it was our bible the ebony magazine was of vital i saw you out a hub vr vr vr umno found out about fashion shows that because i they would obviously run a story in ebony magazine about the fashion and all that stuff now you are known for your trademark walk at one point is you did you discover that walk when did you find that one joust like is like for people listening italy flo it's it's tippytoe zeman it's floating on air and it's very animated very illustrator when did you discover that i think you know i think i learned from all the boys ugh her the best teaches the boys you know how to walk yeah and i kinda had that take leeson satian when i was ran them and they would say miss cleveland nisqually you had to put this kind of bend in your hip soho i thought they were teaching me sex in thing because we had that dance called the bum.

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"pat cleveland" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"pat cleveland" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

"The wonderful entrepreneur visionary younis johnson of ebony fashion fear who created this tour and she collected all the beautiful clothes from all over the world and and she went to the collections in france and lagleyze couldn't go to the collections and they let her in and she was spinning bukku a lot of money on those collections she brought them back put them on us girls i walked for her up there that day and she said miss cleveland we love you can you come to our show well raw of fifteen years old i took my mother along as chaperon and we got in that greyhound bus with all those fabulous close from europe the good tour and to us seven other models and we toured america and that's what happened in between i did the ebony fashion fair and i learned how to walk to jazz my first show is in new jersey newark new jersey and it was on the top of tables i had to walk in the top of these tables and he pushed them together like it was a runway and there was one spotlight and i fell in love god was in the spot uh and i said i i finally have a place where i feel comfortable and i can walk here and we're beautiful clothes and walmart as a girl want to earn you burn moving forward over overseas anat runway of life got okay so let me just go straight okay so the carry donovan's secretary or assistant gave you the court did you go up to vogue after that uh your occurrence know what happened right away so i got back into school and i went to this arts school and i mean why didn't you what what kept you from saying oh i'm gonna go up here and while check this out well what happened was they gave me a call.

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"pat cleveland" Discussed on Fashion Hags

Fashion Hags

03:28 min | 4 years ago

"pat cleveland" Discussed on Fashion Hags

"But try, but realizing that that works for my budget that works for my personality that works in my lifestyle. And then it all kind of coming together. Yeah. And then look in my wardrobe and going like, okay. It's like twelve grade tops in five pairs of skinny jeans. I guess that's my thing. I guess that's it. Yeah. And then being like, yeah. That's great. Track pants oversight sweatshirts, but whatever they won't be forever. So, but yeah. So don't don't feel like you need to be trendy and read all the blogs and magazines to like, find your personal talk. That's now where you're gonna find it. And it doesn't stink are so much. There's so much to see rebus for fun read that stuff like you're you're you're like ours. People like that's how I read like in style stuff like, oh, that's pretty flip. Yeah. She she wore one scoff at a dumb headline. Yeah. My sister used to do this thing. Yeah. Yeah. Maccarone McKinney top this. Flip as is. Usually the thing. I love it. We used to do it at the beach all the time, and she'd get some shit magazines in style or whatever. Yeah. Shit magazine. But. But we would always be like the pages of like these four sweaters in these. Six boots or whatever. And so every little section she'd be like, okay. You have to pick one which is which is the one you and you couldn't pick this one or. Yeah. But it was like of these six pick one, and we were just going through the whole magazine super fun. It was a great like way to burden after noon. This is what consuming these magazines should be like, it should be a little bit tongue in cheek and it should be a little like, oh, that's pretty cute. I like that keep my eyes peeled for that. And see eye to make that work for me. Yeah. Exactly. Most of the time. I forget about it. 'cause there's just so many. There's too many things. Absolutely. I wanted to cable cable knit sweater like three seasons ago have X. Do still on cable the splitter. I wouldn't say no cable. Yeah. Kim is but like Isabel Moran like eight hundred dollar one Paul. Gwynne chose wearing like that's not gonna get is a Bill Moran. Still a thing. Or does she fizzled out? No, she going. I think there's a whole frayed denim thing happening now and she's like doing that. A few seasons ago by something weird link Belgian designers forget even pre-vet Ma maybe, but we know everything now Isabel Morales where everybody's got frayed images, and she's capitalizing on that her. Everybody's still wears goddamn nothing to Toledo. I don't know. A little aside. Lito? And the reason we don't know is about Toledo's because her seen got cut it of the September issue. Oh, Jang bet when. Her studio. He said there has been on. Jay Cutler, very clinical. Oh that was. Yeah. Yeah. Project runway in the early seasons or something. Maybe I forget 'cause I've seen her like in the last ten years some reality. She kind of looks like. Pat, Cleveland, the model, Pat Cleveland, but boy, I think is. But is she's Italian. Yeah. Spanish. Yeah. I don't know..

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