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"tina chow" Discussed on Locked On Women’s Basketball

Locked On Women’s Basketball

07:46 min | 3 weeks ago

"tina chow" Discussed on Locked On Women’s Basketball

"She meets six of the seven criteria to make a catching also with six of the seven criteria. Tina chow with five of seven. All defensive all star all wnba team current top forty ranking and a major individual end of season award. Mvp baby eight-time all-star. I could go on about tina. But we don't have time for all that nafisa collier meets four of the seven criteria all defensive all star team all wnba and major end of year award. Rookie of the year was in All wnba second team selection. Two time all-star excetera big coupe raise the roof for coupe meets five of the seven criteria. Elena delon also with five of the seven criteria has a championship has been an mvp two times over. Also rookie of the year can't forget that. So really racking up there erica. The cells up love that erika desouza wnba championship with la currently all time. Top forty rebounds per game total blocks fourteen. Let's go schuyler digging. Smith i got to see scarlett digging smith last night in new york and yes she was putting on a show and yes she now. I tweeted something. I tweeted that. She was kind of trolling the new york liberty bench. She definitely was trolling. The new york liberty bench but She didn't say anything. She just was holding her three ball stance and just mean mugging grilling grilling the sideline just so happens. That jasmine jones is injured. Unable to play against phoenix. Anyway sips team moving on to. Mika dixon meets four of the seven criteria katie douglas. Five of the seven criteria cheryl ford six of seven criteria including three championships with the g. Detroit shock loved to see it. Sylvia fowles sylvia fowles. I saw tweet saying we need to put sylvia thousand. Mvp conversation sweet. Sil is a silent assassin. But she put on for minnesota the other night sylvia fowles six of the seven criteria met jennifer gillam. Love this four of the seven criteria met including the parole sportsmanship award chelsea gray. The point god has four of the seven criteria obviously won a championship with los. Angeles is a four-time all-star selection and is thirty fourth overall in total assists and thirteenth overall in assists per game yolanda griffith six of the seven criteria. I'm gonna move a little bit quicker through these brittany. Griner six of the seven criteria becky hammon four of the seven criteria. Remember becky has already made one of these all. wnba teams tiffany hayes. Also with four of the seven you love to see it. Currently ranks top forty among all players points per game at thirty one holds cloth four of the seven criteria natasha howard. Six of seven criteria. Lauren jackson six of seven criteria. I loved this one. Brienne january four of seven criteria asia jones for seven cri- criteria. John quincy jones five of seven criteria. Crystal langhorne also five of seven kara lawson for of seven including a championship with a sacramento monarchs. Betty lennox four of seven criteria on a championship with seattle. Lisa leslie noar. You'll ever to time. Wnba champion with the los angeles sparks also is a three time. Mvp two-time final mvp two-time events player of the year and a peak performer. In rebounding three seasons dirt. Okay lisa you better go off or she did go off. Jewell loyd meets five of the seven criteria to titles of course with the seattle storm and rookie of the year. A a rookie of the year award angel mcconnachie meets five of the seven criteria like tina charles. She's missing out on that championship though. We'll see who can get there. I unfortunately mccaw tree out again. With injury taj mcwilliams franklin six of seven criteria including two wnba titles one with the shock one with the minnesota lynx. Ama- envy meese amon who will not return this season to the washington mystics but meets four of the seven criteria a finals. Mvp a championship. Obviously with washington blocks per game is top forty at number thirty three deletion milton jones. Four seven criteria meant. Let's gow renee. Montgomery let's go for of seven criteria met including two championships with minnesota speaking of the minnesota lynx. Yet can't say minnesota without maya moore. She meets six of the seven criteria including four total championships with minnesota. That's fantastic deanna nolan. Six of the seven criteria including three championships with the detroit shock gay album while a four of the seven criteria is a scoring leader or has been the scoring leader was all wnba. First team has been all star was in the race for rookie of the year. But that's a whole nother story. I'm gonna skip around here wendy palmer. For of seven candace parker six of seven teasha penetrate through six of seven. Jia perkins for seven criteria. Met planet pearson. Four of seven criteria met cappon pond. Dexter we've talked about her before six of the seven criteria nicole powell who wanna title with sacramento. Most improved player is top forty in total steals at thirty eight for of seven criteria met epiphany prince for of seven criteria men including getting that chip with seattle where she's back ruth riley four of seven criteria met including two titles with the detroit shock with bad boy bill and beer on the bench danielle robinson five of seven criteria met katie smith. Six of seven criteria meant brianna stewart. Six of seven criteria met sarah cheryl soups also six of seven criteria. Meant we already know for titles with houston defensive player of the year my goodness two times fantastic diana rossi. Five seven criteria met penny taylor. Four of seven criteria nikki teasingly five of seven criteria met tina thomsen. Four of seven criteria met christie tall over five of seven criteria. Met courtney vander sloot teresa weatherspoon for of seven criterium at each lindsay. Whalen already been on one of these lists so has teaspoon..

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"tina chow" Discussed on Locked On Women’s Basketball

Locked On Women’s Basketball

06:55 min | 4 months ago

"tina chow" Discussed on Locked On Women’s Basketball

"Thursday host erica lindsay yala better known in the last twenty four hours or less as the reporter that teen sheils a question about her new washington team. So we're going to get into that if you don't know what i'm talking about. Don't worry you will. She got that kind of coverage you know she was able to score and if she got doubled she was able to find teammates. Who exa question. I don't think people involved who actually question Having a good time having a lot of fun with that one. But we'll get into that but as you know it's thursday that means it's social justice thursday. Lots to talk about. Also want to give you a little wellness tip or a life. It's it's wellness in that. If it's your vibe it's a it's a good way to just be connected with with earth to be connected with something relaxing and it is brought to us by way of sylvia fowles. So i'm excited to talk about that. So many little teases so we're going to head to washington for a little bit. We're going to head to minnesota for a little bit. But the mean conversation will be social justice. Got some news this week earlier this week on monday that the wnba p. a. Along with a handful of other players association's actually united and came out with a unified statement regarding voting and so it is. I want to read this to you. Make sure i get it right. So this is This i got from the wnba. Professional sports unions come together to oppose new voting restrictions. So you know if you listen to the show regularly that i talk a lot about georgia. I mentioned that. I'll probably still talk about georgia. I've mentioned my cameo on remotely renee where we talked about georgia in the voting rights. Act but i wanna or or the voting rights act not in georgia but generally speaking. That's a federal bill. Now named after the late john lewis. I talk about that a lot a lot. A lot But here we go. This came out may third. That's monday over. The last few months state legislatures across the country have proposed bills and new legislation that if passed could make it harder for ordinary citizens to cast their ballot in future election seasons today nine major sports unions in north america or announcing their joint opposition to these legislative efforts aimed at restricting the right to vote and join hundreds of individuals foundations and corporations in taking a stand for democracy and the statement goes on to say we stand for democracy a government of the people by the people of beautifully american ideal but a reality denied too many for much of this nation's history as americans we know that in our democracy we should not expect to agree on everything however regardless of our political affiliations. We believe the very foundation of our electoral process rests upon the ability of each of us to cast our ballots for the candidates of our choice for american democracy to work for any of us. We must ensure the right to vote for all of us. We should all feel a responsibility to defend the right to vote and to oppose any discriminatory legislation or measures that restrict or prevent any eligible voter from having an equal and fair opportunity to cast a ballot. Voting is the lifeblood of our democracy. And we call upon all americans to join us in taking a nonpartisan stand for this most basic and fundamental rights of all americans. So here are the undersigned. The signatories if you will of course the national basketball players association. The united states women's national team the professional women's hockey league players association the national women's soccer league the national women's hockey league the national football league the national basketball players association major league soccer players association and the basketball players union for the record. I read those from the bottom up. I think they were done alphabetically. We don't see the national hockey players association. Although both women's professional entities are here. So there you go. I will link in the description. The full press release. This came out monday. I had heard about it through my coverage. Women's hockey and i talked about it there. I haven't really heard many other people talking about this but this is critically important. And that's what we talk about here. On social justice thursdays social justice thursdays. Excuse me so again. Check out the link in the description and you can always follow me at elon zero eight if you want my deep thoughts on most things political little bit of sports here and there but of course my favorite is when the two meet somewhere in the middle to which i want to go to the olympics. Let's go to the olympics people. And then i will give you all. The tea is not the tea with asian. Fiba this is the auntie t the t- between me and tina chow. We'll get there soon. But the i o see. The international olympic committee apparently is banning all athletes from wearing or representing or talking about anything. Black lives matter. I think that's all you're going to get as far as reaction. I'm going to link some of the information that i've seen about this. I'm sure i'll talk about it again. I'm very curious what people like. David zairean are going to say about this in the coming days. Weeks hours Ultimately.

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"tina chow" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

05:54 min | 7 months ago

"tina chow" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Still have mad sewing skills but nothing like you know. I went to college for four years and one of the things we did was so i took going to trade school. But i don't know if i could so that bill anymore. I mean it's been a long time. Now you've said you use clothing as an armor and that your personal style changes based on how you want to feel. Even if you're faking it. And i know a lot of women do that. They feel so much. Like i put makeup today so that i would feel more confident talking to you face to face through zoom. What makes you feel strongest. i mean it really depends on the moment and what the occasion is. I think i can give you an example of you know. I am on the board of shake shack and they had a retreat and they asked if i would talk at the retreat and i realized that they all expected me to be business like and very professional so i chose to wear. Sequin jacket was incredibly sparkly and like eighty million different colors of sequences one of my favorite pieces and mostly just. Because i wanted. I want people to see me. Feeling fun. And be an relate and and i i didn't want to be what they expect it. I wanted them to see like a fun. Part of me and a sparkly part of me and that was important. You know and it really just depends on the moment i. It doesn't always work either. Like sometimes i try really hard. And i don't feel it's it's it's a process and an an armor such but i think anyone who knows you know the end of the day. Confidence is an inside job so it can help like it can give you strength. But it doesn't always give everything. Your grandmother gave you a sewing machine and a subscription to vogue. And i read that. The first copy received was the nineteen eighty-two issue isabela rosellini on the cover and an issy miaki spread inside and read issue's cover to cover went back and read them again and even memorize the mastheads. Did you ever consider a career in publishing at that time. Working at a magazine i did not know anything about the fashion industry. I didn't think that i would ever meet an anna winter like they. It just was. I could not expect you have far away. It felt from my life. You know i lived in an area like when i was growing up like there were no bookstores. There were no magazine stores. The only thing that was on the magazine in my grocery store was redbook and the national enquirer at. That's just what was available to me so it just felt completely not approachable. I didn't even dream that. I mean i also didn't really understand what those people did you know. I didn't know what a magazine editor did i didn't. I didn't know that. I enjoyed making things with my hands. And i liked the process of like thinking about something making and then wearing and having feedback like that loop was for me was really healthy. And so i felt more drawn to that but i had. I didn't really. I still don't totally know what goes on all the magazines. I understand drawing class and learning about antonio lopez is what inspired your decision to apply to parsons school of design for fashion. Yes mrs webster. My mother was really incredible. She got me private. Sewing seamless sewing. Listen so that. I could really learn to make things outside of my home at class and i was enrolled in private drawing lessons with this name mrs webster and mrs webster gave me a book called antonio's girls by antonio peasant literally it was probably one of the most kind of eye-opening things for me you know. I grew up in california where beauty was baywatch. It was blonde hair. Blue eyes big boobs surfer. That was the only aesthetic that really existed. I opened up the pages of antonio's girls and there is jerry hall who granted she was blonde but had really didn't have any boobs speak of grace jones. You know beautiful dark skin. Strong black women. The tina chow asian woman. Bright red lips and kind of boyish way of dressing and just completely different mercer berenson with big locks of curly hair. Nobody's nobody wanted curly hair back. You know it was. I realized that there was another type of beauty out there and the way that he photographed them was not like what i was seeing the magazines. It wasn't polished and perfect. They were beautiful but they were free and sexy and i was just completely taken in and it really just it got me. I was like. I want to go to new york. I want to be wherever this person. As wherever this idea of beauty is i wanna go see moved to new york city in late. Nineteen eighty s. What a great time to be in manhattan. What was lake for you coming from southern california to new york city in the name of the chills. I mean i place. I mean this was well before all of zoning laws have kicked in so you had you know just clubs all kinds of clubs everywhere underground club. Dancing clubs sex clubs. It was just like the wild wild west but it was amazing and it had that grit. That's still really exists. Meatpacking district was the meatpacking district and there were clubs. Remember the western beef. Are you kidding. I mean place across the you'd like four in the morning. I remember going walking from nells on fourteenth street over to floral and literally like with all the dudes four in the morning like the meat hanging on the racks. It was just a totally demand. Five you know and but on top of that like it was the first time i've ever really felt pretty in the way that where i could be myself. You know where. I didn't feel like i was you know. I had moved tear very tan with bleach blonde hair and dressed kind of sexy like california sexy and when i moved here. Nobody dress like that. It was much more sophisticated women with slicked back hair. And i never seen a read lip like that before and you know sexy was not was not showing everything sexy was under stated..

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"tina chow" Discussed on Behind The Baller Podcast with Ben Baller

Behind The Baller Podcast with Ben Baller

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"tina chow" Discussed on Behind The Baller Podcast with Ben Baller

"Crazy. You know what i'm saying but yeah she told us lit <hes> go to run into my homegirl china chow tonight china child from the mr chao family <hes> but more than more than that china is the girl who introduced me to pop art like i was always into graffiti obviously because i was x. Graffiti artists but china used to art her unofficial godfather but really her godfather was well. She had like two three godfathers but one of them was andy warhol. No bullshit chew story like the real deal china's. His mom was one of the first major gigantic supermodels in hollywood. <hes> tina chow her mom was best friends with andy warhol <hes> coco chanel keith haring and jean michel basquiat and you know just some minor people you know what i'm saying no big deal just enormous like fucking icons in forever it history but yes so you know china introduced me to part <hes>. She has a fucking massive un fucking believable ridiculous sick fucking insane just stupid crazy one of one collection of warhol's boskin boskin just insane and she had him forever and in china on my best friends and owner for longtime ice live with china. She's just like an amazing person. She actually put me up on a lot fucking high fashion shit early on just i she just so don't man she's always put me up on things and it was dope seeing her tonight. She's <hes>. Her boyfriend is billy idol. Who's obviously another insane rock and roll legend so you know i got cibelli. Adult life logo chopped up with him. <hes> was crazy. Anthony kiedis from radar chili peppers there. You go to chateau mom off. You can get fucking reservation there. It's fucking wednesday night. It was just crazy. It's just so many fucking people were there and <hes> shots woman elliott wilson. I ran into him tonight and his wife and everything and it just it was just crazy unit as it was. It was a dope time. It was a good dinner and <hes> gay. I broke my streak of red meat and i'm struggle have stomach ache later but it's all good..

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"tina chow" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"tina chow" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Money on your own schedule. Go to get around dot com slash free day and drive your first day free up to twelve hours. Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on the three fifty four degrees in Boston. Mostly cloudy today. Breezy out there as well. Highs near sixty some peaks of sunshine possible in some western suburbs. Tonight is looking mostly cloudy. We're headed down a forty-seven passing showers are possible. A few morning showers to start off tomorrow. Otherwise, a pretty breezy Wednesday with clouds giving way to some sunshine much milder in the afternoon, we are heading up to sixty three. WBZ News Radio ten thirty. Where the news watch never stops. Twelve forty five. Good afternoon on your Tuesday. I'm Tina Chow top stories we're following on WBZ radio elect child. Molesters in a rank of the boy scouts are revealed today. Boy scouts of America acknowledges, the problem. Sri Lanka's, Prime Minister as warning. There could be more explosives and militants after the Easter suicide bombings that killed more than three hundred people and injured. Hundreds more funerals are underway in Sri Lanka actress, lowering Lachlan and her fashion designer husband, Muslim, newly alot at more than a dozen other defendants are asking to review prosecutors evidence before they file any substantive motions. In this case and police in Andover are heating up their investigation searching for a man who robbed a CVS at gunpoint on main street around seven thirty this morning. The photo about suspect as posted on our website WBZ ten thirty dot com. Talks impeachment are swirling in democratic circles. But not everyone in nut circle is in the same corner. I spoke today with ABC news. Correspondent Serena Marshall to get more insight and details and Democrats I conference call since the release of the molar report over an hour more than one hundred and fifty members of congress participating but Pelosi held firm. It's expected she's not moving down and impeachment path right now saying they still want to get all the facts kill the background and less about politics and more about protecting our democracy quote from hard on this call according to one. She describes having a firm tone by that source on this call and said Democrats wouldn't make a decision again based on politics following the facts, what reaction are we getting this point Serena from the twenty twenty democratic presidential.

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"tina chow" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"tina chow" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Less window headed down to thirty seven inland to forty to downtown tomorrow. Sunshine on the radar going up to fifty eight downtown looks like lower fifties on the south coast and Cape. Clear to partly cloudy tomorrow night, low of forty three Thursday, mostly cloudy with unin of rain and drizzle in the afternoon. High of fifty four and much warmer on Friday, we are climbing to sixty nine. WBZ News Radio ten thirty where the news walks never stops. Three fifteen. Good afternoon. I'm Tina Chow top stories we're following on WBZ radio. Officials in France are vowing that Notre Dame cathedral in Paris following yesterday's tragic fire will reopen more on that in just a moment. It is now day six of the stop and shop strike workers are demanding a living wage pensions and much better health care. Some of the children whose parents were charging that all college emission scam. Are now targets themselves of his own going nationwide investigation and a long standing tradition is ending at one of Harvard University's main undergraduate residential houses no longer v skinning and barbecuing a goat in the courtyard during their annual goat roast back to Paris. Now, some call it a miracle. The heritage director of the Notre Dame cathedral says only one piece of architecture inside a sacred building was damaged during yesterday's raging in ferment inferno, the high altar. Her which was installed back in nineteen eighty nine was hit by the spire when it came crashing down. ABC news correspondent James Longman is at the cathedral in Paris hearing, some extraordinary stories of bravery, for example, the.

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"tina chow" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"tina chow" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"August. But is one sixty one are a in seventeen career parents versus the eggs, Adam Kaufman WBZ. Boston's newsradio. Time now to thirteen traffic and weather together every ten minutes we start on the road. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic and threes. How's the expressway? Mike attain. A lot of folks are trying to get out of the city already here. The southbound expressways all brake lights from the tunnel down through seven hill. It's okay. After that just a challenge getting out of the city right now. Northbound's just slow coming up towards the tunnel Ninety-three northbound's all stop and go from route twenty four into Braintree towards the expressway on route three you'll find lane closures both ways between routes to twenty eight and fifty three of the Bourne bridge is down to one lane in both directions. It's got five backed up close to a mile getting onto the Cape up to the north things aren't so bad. But four five is backed up through Lawrence both ways as lanes are closed. Either way the double decker bridge 128's off to a good start ninety three north of bit slow getting up to twenty eight downtown. Storrow east is backed up watch for a lane closure by the longfellow bridge. This report sponsored by Lowe's, do it right to get your garden growing by shopping lows. Spring black Friday sale. You'll find great deals throughout the store like five bags of miracle grow all-purpose garden soil for just ten dollars. Do it right for less. Start with Lowe's. Offer valid through four seventeen US only. Mike king WBZ's traffic on the threes. We have fifty seven degrees in Boston, plenty of sunshine and blue sky for the rest of his afternoon, but very windy high of sixty one downtown by staying mostly in a fifties in many suburbs tonight is looking mostly clear and quite chilly but much less windy. We are headed down to thirty seven inland to about forty to downtown and beautiful bright sunshine tomorrow high of fifty eight downtown lower fifties on the south coast and Cape. WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty where the news watch never stops. It's two fifteen. Hello there. Good afternoon. I'm Tina Chow top stories we're following on WBZ radio. Officials and France are valuing that Notre Dame cathedral in Paris following yesterday's catastrophic. Fire will reopen much more unjust moment. It is now day six of the stop and shop strike workers are demanding a living wage pensions and much better healthcare some of children whose parents were charged. They college emission scam are now targets.

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"tina chow" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"tina chow" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Close to a mile on the way to route one twenty eight in canton, David straw, Felino. WBZ's traffic on the threes. Now look at the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast. Weekend is here. And so is meteorologist dean devore's? Good morning. Good morning, Jeff. And so is a bit of a warm up. And then we've been waiting for that. Now again, I wanna temper folks expectations because it is going to chill off again as we start the first part of next week. And we'll also keep an eye on the possibility of a coastal storm again strengthening and coming up the coast mid week next week. So all of that bad news behind us. Let's go with the positive which is it's going to be milder today, there will be a shower or two. So I would probably grab the umbrella. Just keep it handy. Temperatures in the low to mid fifties. Mile down the forties should be dry tonight. Tomorrow's warmer with partly sunny skies. I get us up to sixty five of the city, upper sixties, some of the inland suburbs. Of course, the Cape ING surrounded by water. You're going to stay in the fifties. Because the water is still cold a mile start sunny up to near sixty through lunchtime. And then showers falling back through the fifty s in the afternoon. And then those chilly couple of days Monday and Tuesday, highs in the upper forty s and we'll keep an eye on that mid week storm possibility for next week. I'm AccuWeather meteorologist WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. Nothing. But clouds at sunrise here in Boston. It's forty five. It's time to replace your old windows. Call eight hundred sixty four nine thirty six hundred or schedule an appointment online, right window dot com. A better window installed for the right price, right window. Good morning at six twenty five at Boston's NewsRadio. We look at New England business this morning. This is long been suspected and even widely assumed now some numbers to back up a stubborn gender wage gap in America, Online recruitment firm hired says, the wage gap is narrowing nationwide. But not right here was the worst of the five cities. We looked at in the US hired CEO Mehul Patel. The good news is that Boston is filled with women and high tech jobs. More bad news, though, is that women are not saying show me the money. It's something known as the expectation gap. Though, Boston has the situation where women are asking for nine percent less and getting nine percent of the smallest wage gap. Founded the United States in San Francisco already firmly in the. Driver's seat when it comes to treating the deadly Duchenne muscular dystrophy therapeutic says, it's about ready to launch another Duchenne drug in the United States. The rare disease has just one target young boys and until Sarah came along with fifty one. There was nothing on the market to help them. The new drug builds on its three hundred million dollar success. And we'll be up for review at the FDA says and hopes later on this year stock futures are headed in the right direction on Wall Street this morning and coming up this morning on WBZ lawyers for Robert Kraft get the ball and the offense takes the field in a Florida courtroom. I'll tell you what's up with Tina Chow on the way next. It's six twenty seven guardians of the grass run with us on a John Deere x three hundred select series lawn. Tractor built for versatility. Because when you take pride in your lawn. You do it all you mulched bag of grow MO and a whole lot more. And that's why the x three hundred series takes care of everything with attachments for all your spring and summer project. That's because you're not just doing yard work. You're creating common ground for the whole neighborhood to enjoy nothing runs like a deer run with us. Search John Deere x three hundred for more. Uber has been doing a ton of great things this last year and Uber rewards is going to make you love Uber. Even more with Uber awards. You'll get rewarded for things you're already doing every eligible dollar you spend on rides and do breeds earns you points that unlock amazing benefits. Like Uber cash complimentary surprise upgrades, flexible cancellations, and so much more your life is about to get more rewarding. Thanks to Uber. Get all the info. In terms at Uber dot com slash rewards. That's Uber dot com slash rewards in London. Ten pm Wednesday in Singapore. It's five AM Thursday in San Francisco. It's two pm Wednesday..

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"tina chow" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"tina chow" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"tina chow" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

The Business of Fashion Podcast

10:05 min | 2 years ago

"tina chow" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

"Uh-huh. Was nobody also that breadth of culture with that sense of a life lived on every level cocoa and Carl. I mean, you could not write this to be a more perfect fashion story the way those two people changed everything and the industry DeVille division via succession plan. It strikes me as kind of like the Sarah Burton Alexander McQueen succession plan. There's no way you could possibly replace them. And I think they're savvy enough not to even try with Virginie incharge Chanel goes on. How do you think the industry will pay tribute to him almost stately because he is the emperor? And we will never see that kinda game. Hi, this is Imran Ahmed founder and CEO of the business of fashion today. We have a very special episode of the podcast as you may have heard car Lagerfeld's, the icon IQ and legendary fashion designer. Died in Paris at the age of eighty five and who better to talk to about the life and work of Karl Lagerfeld than Tim planks who as I understand his interviewed Karl Lagerfeld more than two hundred fifty times on this special episode of the podcast. I talked to him about all of the contributions that call has made to fashion during his life, and what Chanel and Fendi and fashion will be like without call. So here's a special episode of the podcast on the life and work of Karl Lagerfeld. Well, Hello, Tim. This is a special edition of the podcast. Neither you nor. I were planning to be sitting here today having this conversation. But we I guess we all knew that one day this day would come, and, you know, Karl Lagerfeld has died, and I just wondered, you know, you've known are you new call for thirty at least thirty at least thirty isn't a professional capacity. But nevertheless of that stretch of time we sat down and talked. I worked out at least two hundred and fifty times mazing, and that's. A lot of talk and. Insight. It just it's inevitable that you acquire some sense of an individual when you when you spending that much time talking to them about everything because you could talk to call about everything you could you could talk about whatever the latest pop band was you could talk to him about anew book and movie, you could talk to them about an old movie, you could talk from about eighteenth century canapes. You could I mean, he I think he called himself a one man Google at one point. And and way before there was he said, he had a Google mind. Yeah. I mean, prodigious and. Enthusiastic and keen to communicate the enthusiasm. So until the very end to. I mean, the last time I mean, we were very lucky you, and I we got to sit down with him so often at the end of his shows after Chanel, and he would, you know, read be offered into this little private room that they create for him, and he'd spend those like ten or fifteen minutes with us just chatting and gossiping and. But when when did you first to remember the first time, you might call? I it would have been. I mean, just because I've been rising the piece of the peace of be oh f- about about his his passing and thinking about how log Phil ended my life. Well, if I really boil it down. I mean, it was he was so weirdly omnipresence in my seventies might not my obviously the seventies in my life. But the nineteen seventies. Because he was it. It was he was part of a world that was so gorgeous to look into from me outside. You know, it was the world that I guess culminated with fifty four but before that Antonio Lopez, and Tony does girls and people like Tina Chow, and and the wool hall crowd. And the way that everything society was just this mass this pulsing massive fabulous city that was that was so enticing for. Country bumpkin looking at it from the outside. So when I actually met him I had such a kind of incredible incredibly vivid impression of him. You know, he looked so hot in those helmet udon photos in that black one piece bathing suit on and the swimming lappy scene and Paris or lying and Brandon center bay, and he with the very very black beard, and the actually wasn't very very handsome. And he looked like he just look at the kind of person who who was capable of episode anything which was probably an acid in those times later on. I got the feeling that actually he probably didn't really do any of the things you imagine. It'd be doing. But he was very good at conveying the impression that he had done. It all all had done it and tied it. But when I first met him, obviously, I felt. He was kind of intimidating because he felt like somebody who'd been everywhere and done everything and everyone and was bringing this mass of knowledge to fashion that nobody else had. I mean, there was nobody else would that breads? There was nobody else that breadth of culture that that sense of of a life lived on every level. And to be able to bring that into into his work in fashion. I mean, my meetings fist meetings with him coincided with the beginnings of the supermodel thing. So that was the increase, and he was so instrumental in making those women into superstars Janika, Sochea Milan and held in Paris. And those shows were just so mazing I was like being in the middle of a Busby. Berkeley production, and there was such access and such openness. And and I mean, a funny thing just talking about this before, but he called me Canada because you know, it was doing fashion file for the CBC and Canada, and I guess. He didn't bother individualizing designers. Journalists faceless massive I've listened to everybody else's questions and really loaded them completely moronic. But he would have this massive people streaming through, you know, saying that really your Hickel or analyst goofy stuff that people ask. And so he call me Canada for long time, which was okay, I guess, but we had like different. We had a report. I mean, I kind of magin that you're sitting in front where you sitting down with somebody hundreds and hundreds of times and not thinking at least I recognize this person he loved to Tim. He had always when we hired you. He pulled me aside one day. And he said you you hired the best one. Oh, that's sweet. You never told me that I know. And he. Curling? He really respected you, and he was he was. He he I think YouTube both shared this breath of culture, so any cultural reference that he made you it'd be one of those rare people that understood it that the funny thing when you know, there was one time I wrote about this as well when I went to talk to him, and we were wearing exactly outset even that even the embroidery on the shirt collar was what was it? It was Matsuda from Japan, and it was fabulous clothing Fatman. And so this was in the days when he was a larger he was he was he was chunky. And and I was chunky when he lost weight. He poked me in the stomach and just look at me. And and say if I can do it you can't and low I did for one brief shining moment. But. Interesting. The report that you could have with him because I think that was that was a surprise to me, I suppose that. Because he was such a figurehead, but he was also. He could also I wouldn't say sweet. But he he was definitely a one on one kind of guy. I think I found it was charming. And I think you know, he had he's one of those individuals in the fashion industry can create these like people with these larger than life personas that seem very intimidating and. Inaccessible, but when you interact with him up close in kind of more intimate situation. He, you know, he was he was sweet, and he would tell jokes, and he would he would laugh, and he'd whisper things and tear year, and he giggle, and he was just he was a love list of things into your ear. I don't think he have. We would finish our interviews. He'd always. Won't tell you what he said to me once about you. I told you the nice thing he said, he's attempts. Can't wait to tell him.

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"tina chow" Discussed on Yes, Girl!

Yes, Girl!

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"tina chow" Discussed on Yes, Girl!

"Why did you keep leaving like what what was it? He said I kept coming back. He called me Plum. He was kept coming back Plum. Oh, we couldn't get that thing. Right. But I always wanted to cut desk where I wanted to be Joe, mama. And with my kids. That's where I wanted to being for some reason couldn't get it. Right. But I want you to know that's where a wanted to be. So I kept coming back. Oh. That meant everything to me. You know, as sometimes that's how love is. They get on your nerves, but you, but this I want to be that idea. Like, I want to be with you. Yeah. In a lot of this plays out on your reality show where Campbell's, and I like what you've read an interview where you said, it's it's something to see your life played back. Yeah. In the lessons. You talk about that. I mean, I never thought about in that context like you have this stuff. But then there it is because we don't have that opportunity to get that time back. But you see it you you hear yourself say stuff, but to watch it into watch how they respond to what you say all that hurt. You know what I mean? Like, I'm sure some of these kids who, and I guess, they're not all ks. But people who warn reality shows when you watch Beckett has to do something to you. When you see yourself being foul, and if you have a good heart, you go Tang on when that's not what I was trying to do, you know, we were just talking about yesterday. Like when you're doing interviews and stuff, and it's like, you can't walk that stuff back and it's Lang, but that's famous. You said it it out there, you know, and you could talk about editing yet. But you said it said, I don't know what you said before after. But you that you did say, you know, and you have to deal with that stuff. And because you have relationship when the cameras go off it allows you to get it. Right. I remember when me and Tina were doing the show that was really hard can imagine. Because that was one reality show was the beginning of me being honest about what I didn't like about Mary Mary. You know what I mean? 'cause when your sisters, you know, oh, girl, just keep going you say stuff and hurts, you know. And she called me one time she was like air cadet just didn't feel good. And you said it over and over, and I was like my bad. Sorry. You know? So we had to sit together and watch it, you know. So I can we can talk each other through. Listen, look at me, this was with this type. You know, how feel now though, and somebody's gonna learn something best story ever was to older ladies, we saw sixty seven and sixty five. They hadn't talked in four years. Friends sisters, sisters blood sisters. They hadn't talked him for years. And they watched the episode where we went to therapy Amancio, saying, you know, some stuff just don't work for me. No more and she says she decided to call her sister. And they started watching the show in mended. Their relationship just off of watching us. Be honest hard thing to do. But I'm glad it served a purpose in some kind of way. Now, I know some people got real man, some people don't like me some people don't like Tina Chow. You. What I do love is. How honest you and Warren are on the show. There was a part where there was an episode of he talked about married people having sex, and that was like this so many boundaries that too if you push from the gospel community, and maybe people feel like what we shouldn't be talking about that. What you he talked about like, you know, INA marriage. You should be having sex. See? And then there was just, you know, the time where you talked about, you know, you contemplated haven't suicide. And then just you've been so honest on the show, and is that that's just how you live your life is a believe until telling much Ruth..

"tina chow" Discussed on Yes, Girl!

Yes, Girl!

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"tina chow" Discussed on Yes, Girl!

"Why did you keep leaving like what what was it? He said I kept coming back. He called me Plum. He was kept coming back Plum. Oh, we couldn't get that thing. Right. But I always wanted to cut desk where I wanted to be Joe, mama. And with my kids. That's where I wanted to being for some reason couldn't get it. Right. But I want you to know that's where a wanted to be. So I kept coming back. Oh. That meant everything to me. You know, as sometimes that's how love is. They get on your nerves, but you, but this I want to be that idea. Like, I want to be with you. Yeah. In a lot of this plays out on your reality show where Campbell's, and I like what you've read an interview where you said, it's it's something to see your life played back. Yeah. In the lessons. You talk about that. I mean, I never thought about in that context like you have this stuff. But then there it is because we don't have that opportunity to get that time back. But you see it you you hear yourself say stuff, but to watch it into watch how they respond to what you say all that hurt. You know what I mean? Like, I'm sure some of these kids who, and I guess, they're not all ks. But people who warn reality shows when you watch Beckett has to do something to you. When you see yourself being foul, and if you have a good heart, you go Tang on when that's not what I was trying to do, you know, we were just talking about yesterday. Like when you're doing interviews and stuff, and it's like, you can't walk that stuff back and it's Lang, but that's famous. You said it it out there, you know, and you could talk about editing yet. But you said it said, I don't know what you said before after. But you that you did say, you know, and you have to deal with that stuff. And because you have relationship when the cameras go off it allows you to get it. Right. I remember when me and Tina were doing the show that was really hard can imagine. Because that was one reality show was the beginning of me being honest about what I didn't like about Mary Mary. You know what I mean? 'cause when your sisters, you know, oh, girl, just keep going you say stuff and hurts, you know. And she called me one time she was like air cadet just didn't feel good. And you said it over and over, and I was like my bad. Sorry. You know? So we had to sit together and watch it, you know. So I can we can talk each other through. Listen, look at me, this was with this type. You know, how feel now though, and somebody's gonna learn something best story ever was to older ladies, we saw sixty seven and sixty five. They hadn't talked in four years. Friends sisters, sisters blood sisters. They hadn't talked him for years. And they watched the episode where we went to therapy Amancio, saying, you know, some stuff just don't work for me. No more and she says she decided to call her sister. And they started watching the show in mended. Their relationship just off of watching us. Be honest hard thing to do. But I'm glad it served a purpose in some kind of way. Now, I know some people got real man, some people don't like me some people don't like Tina Chow. You. What I do love is. How honest you and Warren are on the show. There was a part where there was an episode of he talked about married people having sex, and that was like this so many boundaries that too if you push from the gospel community, and maybe people feel like what we shouldn't be talking about that. What you he talked about like, you know, INA marriage. You should be having sex. See? And then there was just, you know, the time where you talked about, you know, you contemplated haven't suicide. And then just you've been so honest on the show, and is that that's just how you live your life is a believe until telling much Ruth..

"tina chow" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"tina chow" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"Yes you have to wait two weeks because we have actually two special episodes coming up to you right now the first one is this week and we're going to air episode of sung missed that we recorded with our friends which are tina chow richard tina size get the good mo's he's traveling all over the place follow him on instagram he he is cookie as to what they mile and is going to be in mexico and his he's just he's just doing all this amazing things and if you haven't heard sung mass possessor does yes less ivan google loca sung is one of my favorite if not my favorite podcast out there all of a lot of the the music that i recommend to you guys comes from beverly and richard tina from song mass they are music journalist based in new york on now richard is traveling over the place but they're always bringing new stuff so richard was here not too long ago and he said let's record an episode let's try to do an episode about newish music so we said down and we're like best bodies so we talk for an hour but in the meantime as we were talking we started making recommendations about music and the good thing about sung mrs that he actually plays he actually plays the episodes so this is what are you going to hear this week and actual episode of sung mass where you can actually hear the recordings and we're going to go buy music father brings awesome recommendations from what the myla central.

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"tina chow" Discussed on American Fashion Podcast

American Fashion Podcast

10:51 min | 5 years ago

"tina chow" Discussed on American Fashion Podcast

"Large. So far. Yeah. It's it's starting to change because the fashion world is now expanding into the internet has has basically made global there's controlling the narrative has become a much much more widely, but it's also become much more widely adopted philosophy everything not just in fashion. But in every aspect every company wants to do that every person every business every corporation wants to have the narrative controlled about their business their people their employee's, you know, because it is getting out there. And it does expand that there is no more like inner circle of people that know things as soon as somebody knows it. Now, it's not just like one person knows it Intel some of their friends, and then a few people at the party. No, it it goes on Twitter in the entire world knows it within seconds. And there is no taking it back and a lot of people a lot of people in the audience are brand Washington. They don't want to know how their polo shirt gets made. That's news thing or who made. It or how it got here. Well, that's the one thing. I would say I say this the brands all the time the solution to this problem, which is increasingly causing sparks and explosions, all of the places just be fucking honest. If you think you make a good product, and you think you've other people should like it. Tell them that honesty is the worst. The problem is honesty, doesn't doesn't convince people you go out there and tell people the truth they agree with it. They acknowledged they feel the same way they think the same way, but then they turn around and they want somebody telling Mojo bunch of bullet makes them feel better. And they think you know, what if I follow that I'm going to feel better than I do now because my life isn't so great, which is why I was listening to this in the first place. So they wanna hear the grass is greener. If you do this, this is better, if you if you buy Jaguar you're going to have a better date, if you buy this wine, it's going to taste better with your mean eventu- eventually become jumping off point of the attic faces where the the cost and the pain is too high. And then people Jay, and we'll see how President Trump actually, right? Right. I think it's interesting what you were saying earlier about. Meeting. Bill Cunningham at the end of the runway when you're there on the front row. And he's there on the front row, and that mixing of people that seems to happen more and more rarely where people who do different things within the business actually get each other and talk, and I was fascinated in the book the stories about Alexi Bronevich. Pitch the his design laboratory seminars. That all these people who wouldn't normally be in fashion who were just kind of interested in designed together. And then he was able to channel them into the magazines, and it was interesting. It was this idea of crucible where these people that thought differently about things got together and experimented together and got to see each other's work. But which was an extraordinary character. Came out of czarist. Russia ends up in Paris during the ferment of the invention of our Dekel in the Moderna movement becomes sort of to use a contemporary reference. The Fabien baron of Paris in the late nineteen twenty s doing advertising doing magazines doing posters doing windows. Designing furniture, designing fabric, just a little bit of everything and the ends up teaching art school in Philadelphia where he starts design workshops and Carmel snow who's just been hired by William Randolph. Hearst to reinvigorate, his fashion magazine. Harper's bazaar hears about him and goes to see an exhibit of his work. Now, imagine layouts on a wall. And she realizes that the world has just changed right before her eyes. And even though she hasn't even been made the editor of Harper's bazaar yet. She decides bro, which is going to be art director brings them to New York. And what's donning his brother vich continues teaching because? Something in the teaching was important him something in being surrounded by eager young people and seeing things and learning and he was never a teacher. He never told you anything. He would throw a bunch of tear sheets on the table. And everyone at the seminar would get to look at them and comment on and then he would tell his students. Okay. Next week. You must bring me. Neon white. Mr brevity. What is neon-light mean? The light bring into me, do whatever you do. Bring me near light bring me dog tags and Avalon said to him, but I'm not a light designer. I don't know how to make a neon light. And proud of it said why not spaghetti? And I mean, you're laughing, but that's teachable moment. And will after he no longer Ren harpers. Bizarre. He was still doing the design bumps and the conversation between pen and Avalon happened. When Brody vich zeal and couldn't teach his workshop and Penan Avalon came to do it for him, the two most important fashion photographers in the world went back to a classroom to teach a bunch of Spiring art, directors designers, and photographers because of the debt that they owed to brought vich pen had been his assistant and have it on had been his student. This is one of the most fascinating parts of the book that I got to 'cause I did not finish reading the book. But I really loved this. The section. This conversation between Avidan pen evidence it it's not an accident at something. I worked very very hard to achieve. I feel that the cosmic approach of portraiture the nobility of man. No matter how beautifully done is the end of an old idea. Photographer is nothing, but the machine and less editorialize is if he's an artist at all he speaks for the way, he feels and it's funny little line to draw between the way one man feels and another and co one acceptable or legitimate or okay in the other not and then pen throws back in them. And it's just it's amazing. These people are having this conversation that they'd previously only had in photographs in opposing magazine. And you think about it if only Steven Meisel, and Bruce Weber would think about that the dietitian and the polonium if only they would. Sit down and talk to each other in stage in front of a bunch of people about what they do wouldn't that be just amazing? And you know, the best that we can do is compare them in the pages of book like focus because that inevitable happen. In part five of the book, you touch on something that I think friend liebowitz touched on about this loss of generation to to aids crisis. Can you talk a little bit about that? And how much it affected the fashion industry? Well, that's actually exactly the years when I was working as a day to day fashion reporter and. It was the time when no one talked about it. I remember Perry Ellis PR, man. PR woman dressing me down on the street for daring to suggest that Perry Ellis might be dying. It's I remember a executive at Armani doing the same for even hinting that our money's business partners are geo Galliotti might have died of aids. You didn't talk about it at that point. And. I was trying to get it into the pages of the New York Times, which was in the process of transitioning from a newspaper where all the news that fits did not include such things as homosexuality or the use of condoms or acknowledgments of strange different unventilated sexual behavior and every week. There was a funeral and there was a fashion reporter at the New York Times who this was one of the most appalling things, but I think it needs to be recorded somewhere. So let it be here. Carry it around the list in her wallet of who was going to die next just a little predictive list of ten names, or so, which of course, didn't take into account. The fact that there was some people who could be aids carriers. Never die. Because I remember who was on that list. And every week. There was an open and every week. The opet said died of unknown causes died of natural causes died of a heart attack. Died of complications from pneumonia. Died of anything, but what killed in any was the disease that could not be named. It was vaulted more to Hino and in those years in the late eighties into but by the early nineties had changed, I think rock Hudson health change, it Tina Chow help change it who I wrote about. And and the problem is that so many of those lives were lived in the past world where you couldn't talk about it rather than in the world that was just around the corner where you could. And they're one of the main characters in focus is a guy named Bill king almost forgotten now, which is rather remarkable. And I think this is the kind of the most compelling thing to say about this Bill king's parents had family did not believe that. He was a homosexual. They did not believe that he lived that way. They did not want to believe that they believed that the fashion editor who took to dinner on for thanksgiving was his girlfriend, and that maybe they were going to get married, and she knew that her job was to say maybe of and Bill king died of aids without his parents or his sister knowing that he was getting and Bill kings photographs disappeared and have never been seen again there. A photo. There's a phone number in New Jersey for the Bill king archive. But the reason why Bill king has been forgotten is because that sister didn't want to acknowledge her brother was, and that's the dynamic that fashion actually played a large role in killing. Thank god. 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