26 Burst results for "Tom Ford"
Ryan Murphy, on the Singular American Designer - Halston
"In the one thousand nine hundred. Seventy s halston was the most famous designer in america. Embodying the age of studio fifty four with his deductive clothes. The sense you luxury of his interiors and his hedonist lifestyle. Halston inspired a generation of future designers. But none more so than tom. Ford this is hamish. Bowles and provokes may issue. I have a chance to speak with tom. And ryan murphy. Dollywood mega producer. Who's bringing halston liked to the screen and a five part series of netflix's that stars. Ewan mcgregor as the designer whose life was an inspiration. And a cautionary tale. Here's an edited version of all far-ranging compensation ryan. I wonder how this project came to you. What excited you about halston and the an historian the arc of his career and life. And what made you feel. This could be to into a series all. It's funny because i grew up in indiana. Were halston trump surrounded by cornfields on churches. I always heard about two people from indiana. Who had sort of gotten out of the state onto bigger glamorous. Things one was florence henderson. in one was halston. He was always sort of a big figure in my mind. A representation of somebody who had come from humble beginnings that had gone on to do something incredible with his life and i was always moved by him tone. When did you first become aware of halston. And his work can wanted that mean to you at that moment. A little bit disabled so growing up as a kid. My grandmother always had w which then was a gigantic newspaper thing and so i was very aware as a fifteen year old of halston was you couldn't not be aware if you cared about design in that time. I mean the ultra suede rap. Dino suede dress. He did the the luggage for hartman. I mean you. you couldn't miss
How to Stand Out From The Competition
"I can tell you from firsthand. Experience that being a competitive market can sometimes be a bit overwhelming. Bit intimidating and worrisome. My software company. Webinar ninja is in a very competitive space. Since i launched in two thousand and fourteen. There's been a slew of competitors have come out so people lose sleep off the fact that there's so much competition out there but there's a mean your business is going to die doesn't mean that you can't compete it just means you need to have a strategy to compete. And that's what today's lessons all about. How do you stand out. And i wanna make sure that you stand out not because you're just different because you're better one of the easiest ways to stand out in a competitive marketplace is tunisia down to speak directly to a particular niche or corner in the market. A lot of people worry about niching down because they feel like they're going to say no to business just because you speak directly to a particular niche doesn't mean other niches are not going to buy your product. It just means that you're really going to resonate in. Stand half the crowd because you stand for something. for example. our company women are ninja. Our webinar software really is targeted to creators. Two coaches trainers to people that teach and pass on a new skill to other people. If you're that type of person that's your business you're gonna love our software because we built for you. People want to know that you have a solution for them and if you can actually tell them hey. I built the solution exactly for these needs. They're gonna feel your special your better than the competitors competitors might not speak directly to them or speak to a different audience so niching really helps you really differentiate. What else can you do to stand out and be better. You don't really need to do everything different. You actually can just deliver something in a different way. Your product can be uniquely different in one aspect. An all you need to do is highlight that aspects. Let me give you an example kia. The car manufacturer gives an highly competitive space. The economic low cost car for the family. Right one of the things that they really flex the things that they really promote is a differentiator which is their seven year warranty. They have a seven year warranty on all their new cars. They're always talking about the always. Have it on their website. They always have it in their commercials. Why because other car manufacturers don't offer that long of a warranty basically telling customers if you buy this car. You don't have any worries for the nick seven years. You don't worry about anything. We'll fix any of the problems because it'll be under warranty for seven years. All you gotta do is just do regular maintenance and service but everything breaks down will take care of it so people that are looking for peace of mind people that like reliability if people want to not have a money pit you know out of pocket expenses. That's really something attractive to them so they really get front and center and say hey we have this great warranty. That comes with every car. Didn't reinvent the car right. It's four wheels and a steering wheel and gas pedal on a break right. It's very similar to other cars in the marketplace similar price similar sizes similar features similar horsepower. All that kind of stuff. But the warranty is something that they can flex promo- and differentiate. What can you do with your business. Well we've done this webinar ninja and what we've done is twenty. Four seven live chat support. We noticed that our competitors do not do this. They don't have around the clock support. They don't have their back and we constantly pushed as we say. Hey when you buy our software we always have your back. You can chat with us right inside of the software. Any time can answer your questions. We can make sure that you have a successful webinar. The other guys don't do this again. It's a very small thing but it makes a big difference and it could be just the difference. Your customer needs to choose you remember when people are buying your product or service or looking to buy your body service. They're going to be shopping around. They're going to be comparison shopping. They're going to be looking at your competitors and if there's something that really stands out that you promote that has value it's gonna make your product look superior. Here's a little secret. A lot of companies do not promote their unique features. In fact some companies might have the same features as you or my have something that's similar to yours but people don't know about it but because you promote it because you put her front and center people know out and they say hey. This company has this. I like that so just getting in front of it and making sure people know about it can make a huge difference another way you can stand with your marketing take a look at how your competitors market often all your competitors will mark the same way it could be either over sales or to corporate what have you marketed in a completely different way in a refreshing way in a funny way in a personal way in a educational way. You're just stand up by the way you mark bilby like. Wow this is different. I like this commercial. I like this video. I like the way they Put this post together on facebook. Let me check them out. Don't underestimate the power of cool. Something being cool is a differentiator and your marketing can be cool. Another way you can stand out is with your pricing. A lot of people they try to compete with their competitors with price to try to stay in the same price bracket they try to stay in the same price range. One way you can do is to go either extreme. You can lower your prices where it's like you knock him out of the park. Which is very dangerous. because you know Your profit margins will very be very thin if any or you can go. The other way and be a premium product and be a little bit more expensive or even a lot more expensive than the competitors. Some people like the expensive choice. They want to go premium. They want to spend money on a product. Humane believe this but it's true. This is why luxury brands like louis vuitton and fendi and tom ford end mercedes. They don't go out of business because they have a good audience that love to spend a bit of money on something and feel like they actually bought something of value because it costs money. I know this may seem strange. But this could be just a differentiator. You need where you just price your products higher than your competition.
Fashion Week Is Actually Happening---at Least in Paris and Milan
"I will forgive you. If you haven't noticed what with all the yoga pants and the dirty T shirts that we're actually in the middle of Fashion Week season, New York's and London's have wrapped up Milan's is going on right now, and Paris is will round out the sequence next week. At all four events. The runway shows have been scaled back, socially distanced and mostly virtual, an indication of how the fashion industry like so many others, is trying to make sense of a world under lock down. Marketplaces. Erica Barras takes us there. In the program for his New York Fashion Week, event. Designer Tom Ford wrote that at the height of stay at home orders, he felt passion should simply go into hibernation for a year. He's not alone in that thought. Susan Scott. Pity with the Fashion Law Institute at Fordham says thes Fashion Week shows are in some ways a placeholder. Because at the moment the way we dress is really the way we don't dress anymore fewer places to go fewer formal event a significant percentage of people still working from home. She says. That means designers and the companies that distribute clothes have to evolve last week Rent the runway known releasing workwear and formal wear said it's getting rid of its unlimited subscription. Retailers that sell high fashion have shuttered supply chains have been backed up in you. Luxury marketing professor to my sad, Ari says. There's The general feeling of uncertainty, right? We don't know where we're going to manufacture the product. We don't know what the product will look like. We don't know what our life would look like to even imagine the products. The products for now, on the virtual runway. Couture masks flow Here come fear, clothes and home decor. Fashion Institute of Technology professor Leticia Braun says designers are using this time to rethink what they want to create and what consumers will buy. Brown says her own style has changed. Now that she spends lots of time on video calls. I'm looking at neckline. So am I wearing a crewneck or V neck. I want to make sure perhaps my necklaces a statement necklace, something that they can actually see that's influencing what she and other shoppers happened. Buying America Bears for Marketplace.
Carine Roitfelds Remarkable Fashion Career
"Wanted to start. I mean everyone by now knows you know all of the amazing things you've done in Russia but I wanted to start by asking you. What was your first fashion moment? When was the moment a kind of clicked with you that this was going to be? Calm your of her. It was time longtime ago. What fashion was not consider? It was today if you say I want to work in fashion. People think you are just superficial person and one. My mother was winning French L. Each week and I was watching French L. And the like it on the really like it. But how old were you at the time? I think I was maybe twelve years or something that and I like it. I don't pages and I really like it but it's my mom. Asked me what you want to do to save up to work in? Fashion will be impossible. Okay but the essence. Click Congress and I start with French. Ed Is that so your your career there and when you started at French how What was going on in fashion at that time. What do you remember? It was amazing because my God is seen some very old ladies. It was not. We were working with advertisers. So is not the advertisers in fashion. So last page of the magazine were just seem for knitting and it was very free and we're just going to French that say designers and there's a ton we to move to each designer to make some shopping so I take also Mitchell to go to jump on who to go to Shapur peak hours a great appear office so you will meet everyone. It was easier. Because you have not was not international was not instagram's he wasn't a tweet feet so you have to move yourself. Tudjuk laws and pickup yourself and you meet the designer Oldham. Who was your favorite designer? That you used to wear sheltered papa. He's fun and Chop Wa Eze only designers at took everything as that Fashion Kentucky but football movies everything and you never talk about himself and he makes me laugh on trump were recently. He did his last shows at that because I have two two. Gophers discover acronym state. But I was very happy for him and I seen it so always sadly someone who seek is. A huge talent was because settled stop by the city was white and he did something good people eat. Very what a very nice fire we say. I guess that thing that really changed your career and kind of took it to the next level was working. Tom Ford Right. I mean he's your become international. Yeah it pushed me to speak English. Yeah yes how did you meet him? So long story was working with. Mario Testino at the time and Tom Brady was lawsuit of our assessment equals mini mini mini. Tom's to see him. And you see what is good? She we stop for which he just Apollo for. We're not interested to work for Gucci to US blowing right and that he tom Com to the studio were shooting in summer. And we're just finding westworld. Chumming so sexy. We decide to what we didn't just because he was chummy and Thomas you could be farish arming. It goes a long way right and fashion to be good with people and to be persistent. He's twenty five years. I'm working with stone. Yeah so friendship could be possible in fashion. Tom So I start with. Zinni was the first time I never did consulting before we may not know what was about you know and I work with into I compare with me and after did all this show for Tom. Olga cheese and some of son-in-law and keep using. Wow and do you have any particular angry that you think was like most kind of emblematic of that time with working with Tom in those early days of Gucci? Is there one image that you created together that one you major people forgot Twas NOT SURI FOR BUCCI was back company no SOS even for. She worked deserves a with bags bags back. Spa Lady about was part of the look and I remember I think it was. The first design not put so many bags on one way and use a single in for me. He opened William. My is it was. I note to put so often on diversity series no one show is not gossip call off as he guards God because he saw his girls are beauty. Ernie plus my customer could be Black Mukasa Maccabi Chinese so I want them to be happy to look to dream about the clothes that keeps ago. Twas her you know is hoping my mind but Jeez yeah yes. He was witty several no subtle but in the same of quitter party and we guarantee for men and boys as he was dumb and then. I know we're we're moving through your career choice quickly because there's so much to talk about but I mean your tenure for ten years at Paris folk was a defining moment. I think obviously I think your even your own personal sense of style was so reflected in the pages of that magazine and it really became mean. Your style became kind of equated with the style of French women everywhere around the world right. So what were you when you first took on that role F. French vogue I mean what was that like. I think John was very nice and crazy to give his job. Because I never do anything was ever necessarily said new jobs. So many people forty people to take care is a lot of responsibility. You know when you talk about career. Maybe something very important to people you meet in. You Live Dawar timing so I won as you say was Tom. Maybe before Tom. It was Mario because the ones that makes me understand let alone distant meet in fashion after it was Tom. And after the third one was Genita- open mitigate of French vogue and Jonathon. Let me do everything I want. Honesty give me. It was like a golden cage but I can do everything and I think because this was good and I think I'm making love it. Would he loves me do everything I want and when you're looking at fogs. He tweeted. Meaning you have to cigarette. Newton Boorda all these amazing photographer and for the eighty to ensure that push him. You know seriously this was fearless and now it's all this picture arts museum but today it would be impossible to print newton big show. Boredom picture will be very difficult because why because today it will say all because of mature be off too much nudity. GotTa Too Young. We see too much sex. We see the helps pubis She is a very small freedom sitcoms that we have today and fortunately and do you think some of that is for good. There's some there's been a lot of changes with regards the way we think about young models and the pressure to put they put under so in a way some of the changes a good. Yeah I totally agree with you me with the modal hours. Think about them like a mama so I don't think it was one model. Don't call don't be naked. Putu Kotonu hours very predictive eat. They could teak. I'm very predictive with modern but as with to put exam and You know were smoking. Smoking is a great gesture for fashion. But at the time my father was spooking. Jesmond was spooky was ways we smoke. We didn't know it was bad for thirty years. We U- secret impression today. We noticed that good so we try not to cigarettes in fashion and to a lot of singles and even we keep learning. You know what I put to Alabama Muslim scarf on the cover of magazine and after two pusher to do shows I understand something because she asked black private cabin for is like a sewer. She was ways you notice. She's boring what she asked for that. Okay do for our. We did over affinity. She was wide and I saw all these naked guards photographer taking pictures he. She's what this is not placebo. So now I say or Offer to ever out when to stop to address if I didn't think this way so also people open you eyes
"tom ford" Discussed on Pop Fashion
"I don't have a subscription, so I guess I'm hoping you guys could check it out and discuss on the show while anonymous we can't afford that either. But. This person says I'm totally alter person instead of Sephora person. But I think that might be because I like the standalone Ness of Ulta compared to the mall. Bases of Sephora Ulta has more presence in suburban strip malls, which is where I usually go to shop curious about how age supposedly fits into this. I'm almost thirty and I'm curious about which store I'm supposed to like better based on our research. Thanks for reading, and I appreciate all the hard work. You guys put in curious about where we're supposed to shop doesn't that come up again. And again that feeling that you're supposed to go to a certain place because you're a certain age or certain type of person. Yeah. I mean I never bought into that, though. I'm like, go to place that works for you. I also think people stay out of stores because they feel a little intimidated by it, because they may be in the wrong age group, for instance I used to love to take clients to American Eagle to get their genes because they're great freakin jeans and. There was a lot of resistance there bang like this isn't really for my age group. When I was like, well, you got to look past the merchandising to the actual product. Are you getting the product that you want the rest is marketing are you getting the thing that you really want? And if you are going door, go to the store that fits bat. Yeah. I don't know anything about how the age groups breakdown with Alta versus Sephora. I do know that the thing that propels Alta is their loyalty program, that's where they get the most of their money. So that's what I know of them is that their loyalty program pushes all those revenues. Yeah. And I think it's a it's a slightly different atmosphere. Right. Ulta is my point of view. That is a little more self-serv than a Sephora. I feel like I'm way less likely to end up in a chair trying something on that professionals putting on me than I am at four. So I think. Maybe it's a little more of a DIY aspect at Ulta that I think a lot of younger consumers are into listener spill frito right in tell us which story prefer it doesn't necessarily have to be a competition, either at maybe that you get one certain type of product at one store, and another type at the other store. But I'm curious. Do you tend to go towards one of those retailers because you think it's more age appropriate? I never even considered that are maybe you don't like going to the Sephora, because the only one near you is inside the JC Penney inside the mall that you don't like. Yeah. Which valid if you don't wanna do that. Yeah. Just an example from my life. This next comes from Amanda who says Hello, ladies first of all? Thank you for talking about slither and pride on the show. I was a little freaked. When I first got sorted that I have truly embraced my coming and ambitious self. Welcome friends second. I completely identify with Lisa's realization that she doesn't wanna live in New York City. I work in theater. And of course, it's the place to be I love visiting, but I just know that the grind is not what I want out of life. Also being a Florida native myself, our state, gets a bad rap but is really wonderful. Thanks for killing it as usual. That's a fun letter. Yes, I had to include that one. Ooh, I'm gonna do this one with great news. I also have an update from a listener letter that we read an April from a new grad who was really frustrated seeing interns, getting corporate fashion jobs, while this individual had plenty of retail management experience. Yes, I remember there was lots of encouragement. And so this update says hi ladies, just wanted to give you a quick update all those good. You do vives you helped stir my way, finally worked out. Oh, this is so exciting. I'm writing you from my new desk..
"tom ford" Discussed on Pop Fashion
"Designer of the year, Jennifer Lopez received a fashion icon, award and the board of directors tribute award went to Barbie which to Barbie doll doll. You know what, there are people with brains? You could have given God's award to that was just such a big misstep. I really got angry. When I saw that I think that there's something I was like, is there a Mattel titan? Here isn't her sixtieth anniversary or something, there's some kind of something like that. But it just like smacks of disrespect honor, anyone that's related to like creating the doll the brand, like if you're going to give the award to someone related to give to a person don't give it to like a doll, the idea doll, like what, what it smacks of some PR person did a really good job. Give that person a raise. But also, I hate them a little bit or a lot. Yeah. I was very surprised that they did not give an influence or of the year award, but they gave out that anyway. The big news was CFDA is that Tom Ford is now the head of it. He is replacing Diane person Burg in that role. I am so ready for this changing of the guard I love. Diane von Furstenberg but it is time for some new leadership in the CFDA and I don't know. I think Tom Ford has like a cutthroat side that is going to make some really good and hard decisions CFDA. So I'm I'm kind of excited about this is he slither into, I think he is a sliver in, you know, Brandon maximum Letheren. There's I'm not paying below. I love him so much. He is my highlight of the season of project runway, and that's I will say about that because nobody has written about project romaine to make me think that any of you are watching it. Besides me, so I'll just keep it to myself. I'll be over here. The other news from the council of fashion designers of America is that it has announced its first global ambassador. They have given this role to a Hong Kong based businessman named Adrian Chang. He is the founder of K eleven it is a museum hyphen retail mall. In Hong Kong, Amtrak, Anna. I know I don't know what I'm used. Dash retail mall is. But I wanna go there. He is also the head of a millennial focused, venture capital firm called C ventures. His role is going to be in developing international programs and cross cultural exchanges that support innovation and business models. And basically dislike. Like talking American designers across Asia, basically, he's going to support CFDA's educational programs and do a lot of international strategy with member designers. So this was announced before, Tom four took over associate DA's, former chairwoman first Berg said in a statement Adrian is a global fashion citizen and both thinker whose helpful support new American talent karma. Do you think of this? I think it's a great idea. Having somebody represents what's going on with American designers in that region of the world. Cool. I like this museum mall, concept. I don't know if I'm completely dialed into it. But at this point, I think experimenting with any type of retail fashion, like let's try it. So why not sounds like the role has some interesting parts to it. So, yeah. We think, yeah, I, I can't admit to know a damn thing about Chang, except I wanna go tore his fancy mall. But I was really surprised when I thought about it, and realized that this was not a role that CFDA had had before. Yeah, it's an organization of American fashion designers, but, you know, like America's got embassador all over the world like it just seems to be like the nice thing to do like having embassador to sort of work through some stuff with other countries. Especially the point where we're having, you know, some trade issues. Well, with some struggles with China, we've got some maybe some struggles with Mexico. And there are a lot of difficulties in being fashion designer based in the US today. So I think this is gonna be really valuable. Yeah. Me too. Right. It's like about damn time..
"tom ford" Discussed on Pop Fashion
"And they made it the stage and the runway and it looked fabulous. How does hack but Alexander Wang? If you remember, it was one of the first to flip the fashion show, schedule and break from New York fashion week to do June and December shows. So here we are Wang said, he's been really into the concept of Americana for the past year, and particularly how his experiences as a first ration- American have shaped his work. And so for this latest show, which had a lot of blacks and whites and grays, he focused on childhood heroes specifically, Donna, Karen, Calvin Klein, and RAF Lauren, and he paid them each eight direct Omar through three separate acts on the run. Away. The first action had worked where the second minimalism with nineties aesthetic. The third was preppy Americana. There was also a fourth section and the replenishing of model muses KENDALL walk the runway. And there were a lot of Alexander Wang, Goto looks relaxed suiting slipstream shirts all that. One of Alexander mines models was Pete Davidson, surprise. Uh-huh. Apparent vote at least likely to see on runway who knew right? Apparently Alexander Wang just things that Pete Davidson is funny and asked him to be an show Pete Davidson, if you're not familiar is on Saturday Night Live. He is the ex-boyfriend of Arianna 'Grande. He allegedly has huge dick energy. And then he showed up on this runway. That's why had to be in the Wayang show. All. Oh, dick. Come here for the fashion and the dick jokes, people sorry, mom low stay for at all. At least it's not my mom. Any now, the, the collection I circled back to our listener Dennis. And I was like, did you go like, and he was like, no? And then he was like, you know, the collection was kind of met anyway, and I agreed, it was like, not it was not as show stopper of a runway. But I was so intrigued by this idea of, like, democratizing, the runway show by having it outside and basically, what is a public plaza. And I wonder what you thought about that because I feel like a lot of these outdoor in the city shows like very well guarded situations. I mean doing anything outdoors in the summer. I'm sure some of you have been to weddings, our outside, and June, July, and August, and you're like I love my friend, but oh my goodness. Yes. Speaking of swamp ass like all right. Hello, runways weddings, all the same. It's a fantastic idea. I think it's brave and interesting. I like that it is this, it is town square thirty rock is a town square, just happens to be a really wild one. And so I love that it was their. I'm with you. I wasn't crazy about the collection necessarily, I didn't think it was bad. But it just didn't know it didn't get my imagination going. I liked Pete Davidson, too. I thought it was a fun. Interesting surprise. And he did a good job modeling the clothes. So there is a lot of really fun elements to this, that I enjoyed I'm curious to see how it sells basically you could put like the name Pete Davidson any headline on the internet. And click that click. It's yet, I'm still on the Pete train me, too. Yeah. Ten additon. Like for now. Yeah. I was gonna say up that score dog rates linked do like a fourteen out of ten. That's that, that that's the New York report kids next story. The FDA fashion awards took place this week. We have a lot to tell you about what's going on with this both lease. And I have different sections of it. I could tell you a little bit about who won, what if you're not familiar, the council of fashion designers of America. There are awards to honor American fashion designers, some of the winners included, Brandon Maxwell for women's designer of the year. Mary, Kate, and Ashley Olsen's the row for excess ary designer of the year Rick Owens for menswear.
"tom ford" Discussed on Maybe It's You
"But also the fact that we're talking about a Mary gay man as poten- like. People were he's running. And it's not like he's not like an outlier. He's got his much of a chance right now is Kamala Harris or anybody else? So in some ways that's in my lifetime to see it. Go from don't tell anybody that here. Anybody your life will be over to this guy's running for president with his band. The first gentlemen, I wish we had a gentleman. That's a pretty good title first, gentlemen. Fuck it's killer. I didn't realize that's what it was. I The saw other the other day. is at the actual title. They said to he was if he made it into offices husband, the first gentleman, first gentleman presumptuous, but hopefully, he'll live up to it. Yeah. Title you have to live up to it. That's right. But if it's first lady, ladies and gentlemen, so you know. What about what Tom Ford set about Melania Trump the other day? I didn't catch it. What did you saying? I I love Tom Ford. He's terrific. I love Tom Ford as got plenty of opinions. He said she was nothing more than elevated an elevated escort. And hey, wouldn't I can't remember he wouldn't I hate? It was main what he's pretty. Malania first lady and elevated escort. Oh, he wouldn't dresser. Okay. Any other thing? And then they said now, there weren't sure if he really said that or not I I don't I'm not always down with the Malania hate not because of because they don't hate her ever or typically I'll say because of any ideology it's about oh, she it's she's she's an escort. She's a horror. She's this or that. I think that's a weird thing to say about a woman. Great. I like having an attractive nude first lady France habit and Carla Bruni. I don't think it's that it doesn't feel that crazy to me if feels crazier that someone now I don't know if you set it or not feels crazier that someone like Tom Ford would say something like that about a woman than her doing any of those things maybe I should probably even look to see if ended up actually saying he may not have. But a lot of people a lot of people who are very anti-slug shaming and all of those things in the world say those things about the first lady, it just feels if you don't like policies, and you can say that to me, but to talk about her body in the way, she shows or expresses it to me is insane. I think that is fair. I think that is true. I think people have a hard time. Placing their own hate of the president. So anything that they can say that maligns him or her if they can, you know, they're thought as if she brings you so much closer to him ideologically just on a different site yet brings you all the way back around. It does it does. I think it's also very rare. On the on the left of anybody who's a public figure who stands to lose from something. Like that say something like that. Which is a big problem. Because if you said if you said, she's she's a dirty slut about a woman on the street. Nobody would endorse that comment, but you can say about our first lady because she's taken dude pictures and everyone laughs nuts. That is. That is true. Let's see. Let's see what all Tom Ford set. I still find him fascinating. I do too. And he's a great director. Yeah. He's he makes real Oscar movies. He's really I mean, he's really like he doesn't have a lot of like, I don't think I'll be able to. There's a whole lot of let's say Tom Ford. So the quote was. You mean, quote, Tom Ford didn't call Malania a glorified escort with bad taste in men. That's what it was bad taste amended. It doesn't bother me. But glorified escort. I'm not. I don't like Tom Ford is speaking out after social media users went viral last week incorrectly claiming that he called the first lady Melania Trump. Glorified escort on TV interview several years ago. This is absolutely fabricating fake quote that somehow went viral. Okay..
"tom ford" Discussed on Forever35
"And I like that it's I liked that their products a little smaller, which is probably on the charge a little less, but it's like my mouth going to use this much conceal her by the time. It's gonna expire totally us which is right. Which is also why like Fanti like their lipsticks are a little smaller and people are like, oh, it's like sample size. But I'm like, I an average person I'm not gonna wear I've never won an entire too but lipstick ever. So it's nice to me that it can be eighteen dollars, which is not exorbitant for a lipstick. It is higher. But like I can afford that totally rhino Tom Ford story. What was that? A fifty dollar lips fifty. Four dollars. Have you warned it? I don't wear it. All the time. I've found other ones that I like better. Just say Charlotte Tilbury when the Charlotte till you like those I like the after he gets talked about I was like, oh, I had pillow talk and bond girl in my Sephora Carly's before he's cart forever. But I never I never pulled the trigger. I dig a pillow talk as a Sephora simple like under point reward. Yeah. That was like, it's a neutral. Yeah. Yeah. I actually can't find my pillow talk. But I like my bond girl. Yeah. I think I'm gonna try that. I also think the sorry for the detour by love the Charlotte Tilbury lipsticks stay on longer than the Tom Ford, lipstick sats, fully important. So Tom Ford. I mean what to give? Now, you have a beautiful Steeler less. Holler here is that what you're wearing right now. Okay. Your lips are gorgeous bid is it Matt technically it's a liquid lipstick which I didn't love. But I'd read this was on so many people's lives. This is what Alex Andrea or Causey. Oh cortez. This is what a lot of people wear. It's the Baso Steeler. Stay all day liquid lipstick bases the color, that's gorgeous red. And I love it in a really does stay really. Well, is it like a long lasting? Okay. But it's not like the kind of flakes off. Yeah. I get I start time with those. Yeah. This one feels really natural like lipstick where it's not like shellac. Did you line your lips to you always line with with a bright color? So I line it with a MAC pencil that I ha-. Okay. Because it looks it looks very like Hercule done where I feel like when I would put this on. I don't always line, and then it's just like blower. Yeah. Looks like it just like eight strawberry. Man. It was weird analogy, but our go. And I didn't bring that. 'cause you know, you know, what a map pencil like, let's see. I also brought so right now, I'm using this Marc Jacobs blush. I'm trying to switch to cruelty.
"tom ford" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"And you know, you have to be able to be hard on yourself into understand that being in business is not a God. Given right Harnett and whatnot. Little that little practicing is talked about is that so you can stay ahead of the competition and deals oil wanted. I wanted to know how I would disrupt myself. Oh, who's guy that's out to get you to because because because work is to your competitive. Yeah. And a lot of the companies that were compete against very competitive. Yeah. Everybody's looking and everybody has their approach. So if you were going into business against yourself, knowing your vulnerabilities or knowing your strengths. What would you do example of something you dislike how did you disrupt any one of the brands that I named at the top of the show? Just that was a question while we're question. How did I disrupt? I mean, there's a lot to choose from. There's a lot to choose from. Okay. Tom ford. Luxury aspirational beauty the disruption of Tom Ford beyond. What was kit's unique point of view in terms of black orchid and Navarre, and sort of the the sexy sort of aspirational imagery, we made the decision. That we were going to be the most Lux lipstick brand on the marketplace. Is that a price point? We started off saying if price was no object, not like, what's the highest price point? I can get away with. But if I if we could go if we could go to every fragrant supplier every makeup bender and every patching person say, what would it take without being totally ridiculous. We priced the brand twenty-five percent higher. Right. And it was at the time to come up with a fifty five dollar lipstick when the highest price point lipstick in the marketplace was thirty dollars or thirty to fifty people thought was absolutely insane. And it was a disruption because all of a sudden. In the price value, you know, sort of framing of everything it first of all out us to do something that was way more extravagant in terms of product formulation. And in terms of packaging, provide a much more immersive sort of point of sale experience. So like the same one hundred dollars lipstick can disrupt you. I know it's not that simple. It's not that simple. You have to think of it first. So. Quite honestly, a lot of hundred dollar lipsticks now And of. there are a lot of artisanal fragrances now. So it's so by the way, the idea of doing Lux brand, I didn't make it up put. I'm just saying the paradigm or the shift of reframing the marketplace tire marketplace, which trading as the next designer prestige fragrance with banners and TV all these. We change the conversation. And we changed the game. Who were like who? Are you looking right now, it doesn't just have to be the beauty industry. But what are some brands that are changing the game right now that you I remember I was talking to a clinic executive. They were talking about sodastream. I'm like, why is it beauty person talking about sodastream? You know, the seltzer water. Don't get and Japanese women apparently like to use the carbonated water as. Harketting it that way. Now that what brands do you look out in the marketplace, don't you dare tell me, Google or something? That are doing that. Now, it can be beauty to. I'm sure you're always looking I have a lot of admiration for a lot of the community brands that have managed to leverage their platforms into selling beauty products. So I'm not going to the bench in the mall. But I do have a nod and a Huda beauty kind of. Beauties interesting because you know, Khuda was no she is one of the she's as big as O. He's talking about glossy, isn't he? Yeah. Tom unity Bram community brands, when I think about the success of our company wasn't Estee Lauder relief community brand he at just in those days is going around from place to place to place on how to counter and salon to salon meeting newspaper editors and doing radio shows.
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Lionel Richie’s son Miles signed to top modeling agency
"Lionel Ritchie son miles. Okay. So Lionel Richie. The oldest child that they he and his first wife had was Nicole. But they adopted Nicole. Yes. So his son with his second wife and his daughter with the same wife is so FIA who goes out with Scott Disick. She's nineteen just turned twenty nineteen. I think yeah, he's thirty. It doesn't seem like the most healthy relationship between two people that one in the his son miles is twenty four and he's just signed on with Wilhelm Nina's men's division. He'll be at chosen fashion weeks is also hosting a party this season. And he made his modelling debut earlier this year when he walked in Brooklyn show. He's really good looking and he looks like Lionel Richie. Okay. I'm here for a young, Richard. He's very
Amelia, Nigeria and Miami Jones discussed on Global News Podcast
"The chief coach of the Nigerian national football team. Sally sue Yousef has been caught on camera taking cash. During a discussion about players selection. The footage was captured in September, twenty seventeen by controversial, Ghanaian journalists on us at Amelia on us who spent two years investigating African football officials for suspected corruption and bribery or Nigeria correspondent Miami Jones reports. Did you recorded by two on the cover reporters? She'll solicitor you SUV sitting in a hotel lobby. He takes a handful of cash from the reporters who say two thousand dollars. An this reporters were pretending to be football agents. They want to to Nigerian players to be picked for the then upcoming African nations championship also known as Chan. The two players eventually selected for the tournament, but no further money was requested or give into you. So there is no suggestion. The money to coach took impacted. He's playing selection, but fever, prohibits officials from collecting cash, gifts, misuse of is one of the most widely respected football coaches in Nigeria only was she not? Kelly is an idea in sports journalist on the local scene is idea, revered, because Niger today is ever finish are the two thousand eighteen Cheltenham disarmament fall locally based players. So and he's also managed the Subarus in an interim capacity before the appointment of the coin manager can draw. This man was always clean misuse of explicitly told reporters that selection for China was on form and consistency alone. His BBC. He received seven hundred and fifty dollars and not a thousand dollars, and that he believed their amount was permitted on the defer code as trivial and symbolic value and not an inducement to play the two players. He did not consider the rules against cash gifts to apply. In these circumstances and does not believe he's breached the rules of all the NF by any Jones reporting. And still to come in this podcast, physically exhausted my lungs. I cannot more arrive to literally shut myself like a cancer patient gets this how bad it is of the appalling. Air quality in the Indian capital has brought protestors onto the streets. And now tra- dramatic incident that brought the tour de France cycle race to a standstill today. Tom Ford is this covering the event for BBC sport, and he told me what happened about twenty nine kilometers into this two hundred nineteen columnists stage stage sixteen in the Tuta froze from Carcassonne to ban yet Lucio protests for some farmers who first of all, put some bales of hay in the road ahead of the riders. The police were always they're monitoring things on the roadside played as much of the biles away as they could as they did. So one of the policemen appears to have tried to pepper spray one of the contestants. And unfortunately, the wind has blown the pepper spray back onto the rider's as they attempted to several of them were forced to stop. The race was neutralized that means the race was stopped temporarily among those affected will world champion practice again, Slovakian and the man in the yellow jersey. The current race later guarant- Thomas. All right. Is now okay? They would trace it by the medical teams that we use. Water and wipes to clean their eyes on the race has restarted, but a worrying moment for this great bike rice. There have been several incidents involving spectators this year. Yes, they have one of the wonderful things about this quite but races how close you can get to to the racist as a spectator. You can stand on the road side. You can watch your heroes pass, literally inches away, particularly on the mountain stage when the riders are much more so you can get a wonderful view of the action. Unfortunately, Russa means that you can. You can do. You can throw things at the writers. We've seen both those things happening. We've also seen the great Italian might have in Chen's neighborly forced out of the rights after spectator lent into his path. Take a photo, the strap of the spectators camera than court around the handlebars of knee believes bike bringing into the ground and he broke a vertebrae and was forced to withdraw..
Rory Mcilroy, Alison and Mike Boorda discussed on Today
"It is that. You d potentially could hit the bottom line Well I would say start with I'm a. Parent I have two children and, twenty two. Year old girl and a non Europe boy I, take my responsibilities. For screen time very seriously with my children I, think will parents should do the same. Thing we should also look at the difference between excessive an, addiction the two different things. Are games are very family orientated games and take worms take over Kurt take the escapist? These are all play by children as well as dolts and they, are limited time frames but at the end of the day you have to take the responsibility certainly when it comes to young children as a parent right watching strange time is very important not just, for the games industry you are a. Woman running a games maker it's an industry dominated by men though is. That. Appropriate absolutely no if we want to go back three decades absolutely that was the. Problem I think today is a very different market I. Think the industry is very very walkman I've grown appendice industry I've and I take a look. At my income fifty percent Mike Boorda's female in. Our we have female programmers female artist female. Designers and, I, think our industry. Welcomes, into it I think if, there was one. Specific area if you said to me is that anything that stands out one. Area, that I strongly champion is the lack, of an is not just. To the games industry but many industries female CEOs. Female bone members lacrosse I say look across all of them. That's an area where a lot more work to be done w Beswick the chief executive of, team seventeen thank. You rob it's twenty seven minutes six Gary is here with the sports news morning Nick. John good morning to you the second, round of the open golf championship. Will start at canoe STI in just over five minutes, America's, Kevin Kisner has a one shot. Lead Rory mcilroy is three shots. Behind his his analysis of his round even. If you play aggressive Ryan here you. Might make you? Might. Make, more bogeys implants if you're definitely gonna make. More. Birdies as well you're. Going to get a closer to the green. You're going to give yourself more, pretty looks. You know obviously I. Got away With some tee shots but at the same. Time that's my game plan this week and, I'm convinced that that's the, way that I should play it? And it's not going to be for everyone worked out pretty well today England's Danny Willis and Matthew, size gate are, also, three, shots off the, lead. Tiger Woods, is five behind will go. Live to condu- stay in an hour a big football transfer. To report Liverpool of signed the Roma. Goalkeeper. Alison for, a, fee in the region. Of, sixty six million pounds Karen Thomas is extended, his, lead in the tour de. France to one minute and thirty nine seconds over Chris room after winning back to back stages Tom. Ford ice. Reports if Wednesday was a special day. For Garrett Thomas Winning an alpine summit finish to take the. Toys yellow jersey Thursday was unforgettable on, outdo as the most iconic mountain in cycling the..
The Tour de France’s male-only past time is under the microscope
"Think that they, knowingly or recklessly did that, incorrectly then under the law that is a matter for the police so we. Have referred the responsible persons for both believe and leave to the police could they go to jail that's a matter for the police and for, the courts we just refer it to the And it's for them to look at, that thank? You very much indeed clever chief executive twenty six minutes, past seven time for the sport and here's Rob Johnson, thanks game or Cristiano Renaldo from romanucci eventers for the rough equivalent of one hundred million. Pounds, he says he remains motivated at the age of thirty three and now maybe in hazard from Chelsea Theriault these the first post World Cup. Movements of the European transfer America around with Manchester, United defender deli lint also, involved he's on his way back. To is well eight time champion you're saying, bolt is to have. A six week trial with the Australian? A. League side central coast Mariners he's, already trained with Bundesliga club Dortmund elsewhere and fifty four hundred out of first century of the season for Alice Dohuk playing for England lands against India a, he was seeking practice, ahead of the test series also against. India which starts in August but today but it's the decisive third of three one. Day internationals against India at? Headingley level at one all more with our correspondent John, from now but now to the Tour de France, which resumes, this. Morning with the first of the mountain stages in the Alps but also today Lacoste for women riders last summer it took place over two days this year, it's, just a one stage following the same route as the men but, some fifty kilometres also, shorter Tom, Ford is presented the BBC cars per spoke at the tour is on the line Tom this year's LA courses in many respects regarded as. Deeply unsatisfactory isn't it Good morning of it is because as you say it was. Two days long a year ago we contrast, it with what happens at Jiro d'italia the first of cycling's annual three grand tours the race for women there is a. Ten day race that Jiro Orosa call it it's run. Separately it finished on Sunday, but there is a good commitment from that race to provide a proper and fulfilling competition, for female riders the tour is coming under a lot of criticism from female. Writers and those who run their teams the company. Who organizes the tour de France ASO made. A forty million euro prophet in twenty-six complaints that that money should, be invested into women's sport into. A race the reflects. The abilities and the strengths of women slightly the ASO though is. Saying, isn't it the practical and financial difficulties in making Lakos along, or event They do because there is a, vast circus that follows the tour de France, around this country every year in terms of the number of support vehicles the journalists the spectators, equally that it used. To be much longer race for women from nine thousand nine. Hundred forty one. Thousand nine hundred eighty, eight there was something called the tour de France Femina which ran for a long time so there was. A feet within cycling we're reaching quite a critical point is the sport gonna commit to providing proper. Races for women on the road or is, it going to continue throwing out what some in the sport might consider to be crumbs meanwhile we're hearing that team skies. Defending champion Chris room is keen for teammate grind Thomas. To try the leader's yellow, jersey Thomas currently second crew from eight what do you make of that It's. A fascinating little battle, within a battle rob so in the race for the yellow jersey Gary Thomas, is forty three seconds down. On the, current holder effect jersey Greg van Avmark he's, the Belgian who won the Olympic road race title in two thousand sixteen from is a further. Minute down it gets interesting now because we're in the high mountains and the high mountains of where the big difference is thought to come between the, ride is, is not particularly strong in the mountains guarantee is strong so there's a very real chance to Thomas could go into the yellow jersey later. On today now from of course is the four time champion of the tour de..
"tom ford" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Of new york fashion week this a list designer likes to pose for photos with his celebrity guests and he had some very choice things to say when he saw this one name singer and what she war he was not a fan at all rehana mm hmm okay garrison where you know where my knowledge of fashion designers and what named artists lives i was thinking maybe bob malkey and share thank you bye gene seven was there a hinton who the is uh there's no hint but we all know his name it he is also a director of film tom ford okay so dis one named muser he has gonna throughout music names pink madonna oh she's not legendary singer she's very popular with the kids she's kind of fresh we do play some of her music on my talk one of seven one b how are you no no no doubt i know yet what you're going to get one of these anyways named yes with the kids the kids love nyanza liar yes very young and she's a she we listen hashe we've lay some of her massacre on my on a seven one and all the pops fresher than cash shirking which fresher than catch a yes cash is almost a decade to her music career mrs somebody that would've why in the past like two years so i cardi be style none lana hurting out by the way okay i got another little piece of gasp unhurt but the ice fascist give you the neon care because i am i going to get there it's healthy oh yeah i'll know enough about healthy healthy wealthy how's the i don't know that healthy she is young though in the catalogue okay read the thing again right says speaking of new york fashion we tom ford likes to pose for photos with the celebrity guests and he had some very tories things to say when he saw house e in what she war he was not a fan at all in what she wore to new york fashion week she was wearing a creamcoloured one.
"tom ford" Discussed on Travelogue
"Just i you know i draw this at my hotel room and pump myself marc de department store culture here is syria brielle as i'm sure you know by the dutyfree the dutyfree shopping is on another level like i've never seen it like this anywhere else in the world they have perfected the art of dutyfree shopping really oh i didn't pay much attention to bus interesting i must do that because i always think judy 3s terrible so you telling me that i should achieve no wrong tree the dutyfree shopping and ignore ants you weren't even the thing is you don't even do it at the airport it's you do it weeks in advance of your flight it's insane there's malls here that have entire floors especially and picking up the the main got tame all they have entire floors that are dedicated to dutyfree shopping and they're here in the center of saw so what you do is you you don't have your ticket information for your flight and you can go up to these floors and they have everything's mike korean foods you know prepackaged foods to lots of luxury product so if you're planning on buying a new chanel bag or allies and we tom ford anything even you know a small as a lipstick or something you'd go there and you shop in the branded boutiques the only difference being that you're not leaving with the products that you purchase basically look at samples and you buy them and you give them your flight and your passport why information as noisy i didn't earlier africa credible see how weeks weeks later you pick it up at like a dispensary at the airport there is ready to go it's package for your fight as literally something that could never happen states like no no no that is amazing that is living in the future yeah totally also you'll have you'll have locals here who need to go buy some expensive alcohol to give his gifts are you know if they just wanna buy a new bagwell the book a flight to fukuoka in japan which is the closest place.
"tom ford" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"Akg in the last couple of movies the suits are all my by tom ford it was a well regarded zonta at first but firstly the city dissolve he makes for the film doug look anything like the suits he mike's like the his own fashion why is that i don't know but also they fit really pauley looks like a sausage and almost movies have united muscular air that he's of i think he's got dividing jacket yeah i mentioned this show before fund fact that's only fontham may he has in the last couple of bond movies daniel khrais has two sets of wardrobe like identical sets of wardrobe one is like it's called the hero wardrobe i believe the in it's so tightly move in it like if he's just standing somewhere like a sausage like a sausage is standing there and it's so like any wants to show up rippling biceps were he's got the minnesota and size which is too small but if he needs to do anything they have to presumably they have to strip him naked onset and then put an identical set of clothes on him that the size biggest ordered why so we can literally do anything to jump or kick a poncho whatever they have to put the biggest sir at simple harassing skiving skibbe one suit that fits did you with it looks like an idiot and also the point what what the thing about bond is like the the idea as he dressed as well like but the original version of bonn he dressed as well because in that euro everybody's wore a seraya businessman who wear a suit and tie or if you went to a casino had some sort of veneer of being classy sayed wear a tux area but the idea was he doesn't stand out in any way if you saw daniel cry get like an airport tiny little sausage suits with his the little drainpipe with rows and he's a bulging gluts coming out of the back be like who's that guy like god you'd go business their business businessman mattila hila exactly yeah evan almighty oh do this one a bust idea million dollars this may feels like should have made a lot of money yeah right it's barely it's not very good they took a state girls character from the first bruce almati which did very well they pumped.
"tom ford" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast
"Our math says and tom ford glasses and british and her whole outfit was like more than some people's frick in salaries in a couple of months you know forget her and then she what somebody you know made some comment about like uh oh you know looks like vis our tax hours of work or something like nice for you to take a luxury trip on our money or whatever and then she snapped back with this wrong snarky like marie antoinette ask let them ecaped like oh well were paying out more of my tax dollars going to the economy and like what have you ever done and also oh my god you're you're like the cell cute of your kids are so cute aren't you just precious and like all i know that tone what an f in b and she so they've been married two months to this dude yeah she's a crummy actress truth who was in like a movie yeah yes she is despicable so i hate all that yet the her you know response was so belittling of people without money yes and that is the grossest thing i can think of growth is if you are someone that is wealthy for however it came to you and if you belittle folks with no money the how pathetic are you right so that was grossly kurdi to the max man he have that many real seif good cringe worthy i read this article new york times i thought was interesting um and it was about how the boomers are the boomer generation are.
"tom ford" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper
"Dressed all in white and toting an urmas purse and silk scarf linton proceeded to tag her outfitted with the designers including tom ford and valentino she also tagged her husband that posed which is now deleted has caused a firestorm a woman named jennifer miller commented on lynton post saying quote glad we could pay for your little getaway hashtag deplorable to which linton shot back a barrage of condescending comments asking miller if she paid as much in taxes as she and mnuchin do sang and part quote pretty sure the amount we sacrifice per year is a lot more than you'd be willing to sacrifice if the choice was yours linton and opposed littered with kissy faced emojis wouldn't back down suggesting miller a mother of three from oregon was quote a durably out of touch and telling her to quote go chill out and watch the new game of thrones jennifer miller telling cnn today it was deplorable what she wrote in the first place and then her response was even worse always support this isn't the first time linton has faced criticism last year herself published memoir about the time she spent volunteering in zambia was blasted by critics for being filled with inaccuracies and racial and sensitivities she later pulled the book from amazon and apologized linton has flaunted her wealthy lifestyle and interviews before pointing to her childhood days at the families enormous castle in scotland ready or living the hollywood high life where she acted and produce movies and where she met her now husband and 2013 congratulations to you to lose.
"tom ford" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Cinema Show
"The tom ford's debut as a film director came with the kind of audacious confidence befitting of someone with such an impressive fashion pedigree when word emerged of a single man in two thousand nine predictions were well shall we say varied as if being the king of an eponymous luxury brand wasn't quite enough tom ford needs to be an artist to what many observers what expecting however was the tom ford might actually be a maostyle filmmaker too this is action on monocled 24 brought to you by the team behind the cinema sharm tom ford returned to the cinema last year with the visually lush and immensely on settling nocturnal animals described as a met him mystery thrilla the film partly takes place in dusty nightmarish texas while another story thread takes us to the hard shiny world of la's elite obscene from the heights of his profession as a fashion designer tom ford isn't exactly the kind of creative force often seen on the screen but imagine being a film designed professional thrust into the role of designing for one of the world's best known fashion designers well that's exactly how things transpired for shane valentino he starts now by explaining how his work on nocturnal animals reflects the inner tournament taking place inside the minds of the characters.
"tom ford" Discussed on Vogue Podcast
"Yet dream fashion or do you dream scenes? Do you dream fashion end things? Do you go to? I often just have nightmares. Hits hits sort of you know, because even when it's something insignificant in my dreams they turned into nightmares. Now, my last question is, and I thank you for this wonderful conversation. What do you hope for your son, Jack when he becomes eighteen? That I just Mabel to help him fulfill his destiny, I have no preconceived notion as to what Jack should be do. We all have our undetonated, and I certainly don't want to live vicariously through him. So as all I hope is that he's happy and that he is fulfilling his destiny, whatever that destiny might be is he taking lessons as ease for. And of course, now, he swims and he plays tennis and the play soccer, and he's very sporty. And yeah, he takes our class and a little French class and teach all this things at school. And it's it's good. So what is the rest of your day? Like, what are you gonna do day to day on a Friday? Don't worry. I have plenty of work to do. I talking to you is like talking to George Kuku. I would've imagined that. I would have a conversation with Mr. George Kuka. It would run like this. I thank you for the beautiful work. You do always. And it's a great privilege and president talk to you for vote podcasts. Thank you. Thank you. Have a great day, Tom. Thanks caller. Okay. Bye. Bye. The vote podcast is for Duchesne of vogue magazine recorded here at one World Trade Center and produced by Nagaa Hammadi, and he'll be Couric sound engineering by David Lauren's and hosted by me..
"tom ford" Discussed on Vogue Podcast
"Prisoners. You don't want them around the house rattlesnakes? But I don't want them around, of course. But then I say what do you do after what he says? I just pick them up and drove over the woods dead. You know, a bird elite. No, right. Okay. Going to waste. All right now. What did you do in your last birthday? What what was your last birthday? Like birthday was in Los Angeles, August twenty seven I don't love birthday. So I stayed home with Richard jock my mother. My sister came over. We all Keiko is very quiet family celebration. Good good good. Good Twitter, by the way. My mother lives in Los Angeles. Wonderful and my sister. That's great. So you have a family. That's really cool. I do jackets to see these few said. So he yeah. We have a good family disciplined person. I'd so admire that, so what do you eat for breakfast and lunch for breakfast this morning? I had some raisin brand. But I got up to thirty. I worked out. I just get on a treadmill usually stretching exercise than I had some raising Brown and a gigantic coffee to Beth got Jack up drinking gigantic iced coffee right now for lunch. Sushi pretty much every day for dinner, officiant vegetables, and some sort. And in between that by the way. I'll eat a doughnut or two or. A couple of cheap candy bars. Absolutely. Create based diet, but then a little bit of Joe. Okay. We're gonna go to Woodward's, and you try to answer it when word if you can't. Oh my God. One word is really hard for me to talk. All right glamour. It's funny. Somebody asked me about that word one word. So I'll have to come back to that the other day, and it's worth that. I don't use very much. So I'll just say, gene, Tierney sexy. Oh, that's a hard one. Do these in one word a sentence? A sentence. Sexy. No someone who's comfortable with themselves. Good good Jagua, the animal, not the car. But that e type from the sixties one of those beautiful cars ever can't. We talk about that. Instead. Yes. Yes. Okay. Talk about that a black Jaguar you like the most beautiful cars, ever invented. It's so damned tiny though. And of course, the mechanics aren't what they are today. But it's so beautiful. Okay. I think it has to be actually my favorite car at the entire world seats, cotton linen. I don't like Lenin sheets. They they make your elbows red, scratchy. I don't understand Lennon sheets at all. Okay. Elephants. Something I just think about all the time on day. I have no idea L offense. I don't think about Alvis. There's a story. I reject about a purple elephant. I guess maybe that's the purple elephant ball the story above other Fritz? Well, there is that story about purple elephant come to stay vulgar. Vulgarity? Wow. Arrogance. I think is great. That's great tightness as time. This the strangest from Tennessee kindness is something we all should have. And something I always try to have. I think empathy is is kindness for me. I mean, you have to empathize with people to be truly kind Betty true. Sheikh love. Thin longed. What were just giving us through? I love Betty ca true. That's hard hard breath. Hard that is brilliant golf goal. Golfo eight used to have such good clothes. When I was young. And then I was going to play golf again about ten years ago. And I went out to buy, you know, new golf shoes and everything I was just was appalled at what all looks like now. Yeah. Golf while golfing? A while. I think it's a great sport, actually, especially good older because you can walk. You can talk and think I mean when I was young I used to walk talk thinking drink, but now I don't drink anymore. Bianca Jagger, white and suit Beja marvelous. Marvelous buoy bays soup. Boulia is, yuck. I hate to rebrand the great tooth polish. Jeff koons. Balloon dog. Thank you lovely. That was a wonderful wonderful. This is fascinating with Tom for it. And it's the most fascinating conversation of having a longtime invokes podcast. I'm realtime that you call today. Thank you so much a few final questions,.
"tom ford" Discussed on Vogue Podcast
"It has not dated at all. Except of course in today's world except for people some people on. You know, people don't talk quite that way, any more most people don't have such elegant dinner parties. But the things that are happening the young daughter who's having the affair with eighty. Himself in the middle of the film. And you know, it's a comedy drama. That's and it doesn't necessarily have a happy ending it just stops. They go into dinner. That's very modern everything, you know. I think in that period. It was rare that you didn't tie up with a neat little bow that you had laughs, you had tears. You had that's life. Life is happy. It's sad. It's up. It's down it only stops where we stop the story in a happy ending is only if you stop the story at a happy moment because VO costumes of Jean Harlow in film. Well, she's wonderful. She was an incredible actor. Twenty seven. Good, Lionel Barrymore, John Barrymore, Billie Burke. Is that incredible lady Louis Tressler? It's her name the la- redress. I mean the gestures in face of her face only, which is amazing. It's incredible. I after say I watched that movie probably once a month. A lot of old movies. Like that. I watched the women I think I was. Watching hundreds of death, George George gluco with the great great. Great. Great. Great. And he was especially great with women. Yes. No. Do you like Antonioni? I love it. On course. Of course. And I mean Antonio incredible blowups incredible movie. Wonderful, but Tony was great Europeans. It's interesting. Because of course, for example, spender, I mean built, you know, Bill collections around fos. Don dark to documents, but visually quite incredible. And I it's funny because occasionally I run into people in Los Angeles who say, oh, my God, you know, I was talking to so and so's in the fashion business, and they know so much about film, and I explained, of course, we know about fellers because we're inspired and every season we have to new collection, and we have such a sense of film history because visually we've gone over all these films in at some point. They've inspired our collections walls are distilled with images of fell. Yes. Yes. I think we probably have a greater understanding film and film history than most people realize realize, no one of my favorite films is a sweet bird of youth Geraldine page. There is no other leading page in those or Kelly dresses as prince's cost plus the broken down. Actress about to have a comeback though. She has a comeback is that what favorite sweet bird of you. It's a very good film say it's one of your favorite. It's my face. Do you like it's just not one of the ones I just watch over Jobe page as a basic. As an actress navy as toys attic, I mean, Jodi page and Wendy, Hiller toys, an addict Dean, Martin just amazing Tennessee sort of film. I think I'm not sure. Toys in the attic. Things happen in that field. Like the way things happening tonal animals thinking about I'll have to rewatch toys, please. We watch toys attic, it's very very beautiful film extraordinary film. Now, we like we like to do love you. Let me ask you, do you. Absolutely love the seventies. Is this your favorite period for everything? You know? I think that well first of all, yes. Chinatowns great movie too. By the way, we're talking about. That is true. That is true. Amazing. Amazing amazing. But I think that everyone is a victim is the wrong thing, but heavily influenced by the era in which they grew up, and they I discovered beauty or music or art, and I was born more sex or sex. But I was born in the early sixties. I grew up in the seventies..
"tom ford" Discussed on Vogue Podcast
"Of oak spot cats and today, I am thrilled to have my dear friend, the legendary. And I caught it Mr. Tom Ford on the phone with me from Los Angeles talking about his latest film nocturnal animals, Tom. Thank you for calling it at tedium, but the boarding power. You. I'm in Los Angeles living you the school year. Oh, because your son is going to preschool in Los Angeles is oh, that's great. I needed a year of sun after seventeen years in England. But I'm going to London on. So in London now he can spec today. So good, we take we take turns towards well. That's lovely. So I'm cutting right to the chase girls questions. How did you? Find these incredible women that opened the scene. Those incredible women doing those extraordinary dances in a nude in costumes sort of epaulettes. Imple- casting call. I had a wonderful wonderful background casting. You know, it's not called extra casting anymore. It's called background casting. And I described exactly what I wanted. And I met the most incredible women in those women were so joyful, and so happy and so- Terrific's. It's interesting that hold part of the film because I started it by think do you want me to tell you about it. Yes. Please. Please. I started it because all of the art in the film was created by artist to very very well known who gave us permission to use their work. I hate movies about art where the artists fake, and it has no soul, and it doesn't feel like anything. But that particular piece to open the film that supposedly in Susan's gallery, I had to create so decided to put myself inside the head of fictitious artist that created enough lived in Europe for the last twenty seven years. So I thought okay, I'm a European, and I'm creating a work that says to me what America. Is. And when you think or when you're opinions often think of America, they think of our faucet in her red swimsuit with a perfect teeth and our big care, or they think of Baywatch, I think of sexy, they think of these tanned beautiful people. Okay. We'll the European perspective of America right now. What's happening America might be aging saggy over fed? Oh, good rich too, much and. And that's one of those women are wearing bits and pieces of Americana. However, once I shot them, I fell in love with these women, I found them so beautiful so joyful, so comfortable because what they've done is. They've all of them have let go of what society thinks they should be. And they're very happy with themselves. They looked so happy and in a way that exact opposite of Susan the character miserable. But trying so hard what she thinks society is supposed to be. So it actually sets the film up because those women are liberated in a sense. And I found the very beautiful. So it was a it was interesting. The development of even my own perspective of beauty as as shot that in as I edited it, you know, as you say the main characters eating a a leaf of lettuce for lunch. But these characters these dances in bits of. America and full on nudity. Have let go to the point of excessive that silhouettes almost. And I don't mean it's a very cruel fat shaming way their elephant chine. I thought it was beautiful. They're beautiful Jenny Saville painting. You know, they're just beautiful beautiful the different, you know. It's funny. It challenges our notions of beauty, and we we have to realize that our our notions of beauty or are something that our culture, you know, we're conditioned to think things are beautiful. But if we look things around us that we think maybe are not so beautiful that I can become incredibly beautiful and those women that their souls were beautiful, and I had so much fun shooting that because I was on the other side of the camera dancing for them. I was just saying copy me and some of them hadn't seen goriest once and in. In Sunset Boulevard. But at the end, I said, okay, I want your I'm ready for close up Mr. demille, and I sort of acted that out for them while we were shooting, and they were on the other side of the camera doing the same thing. It was so much fun..
"tom ford" Discussed on Vogue Podcast
"I say, yeah. It'd be nice to travel, but more. Yeah. You obviously touched on this. That of Tom Ford, very much appreciates that art of transformation in you know, he has a very specific aesthetic that has been attached to both his fashion brand beauty Branson's. He started at. How would you characterize your own beauty aesthetic, which I realize it's a general question. But if you could pinpoint it, what is beauty to you. What do you find beautiful? Off me once before and I I guess anything. I can say something that moves you that if Kennedy personal thing fly BT special because it's the best thing anything could be from a landscape to the shape of someone's mouth. Do I, you know, someone's is it could be endless ready something they pass. No. And you know, when I was talking to Umberto who obviously is the co creative director at Kenzo value as he did cast you for the Kenzo by H and M campaign for fall. You told me that he thought the term makeup artist was too limiting for you. Because you know, you obviously have a multi pronged approach to your own creativity. Whether it's doing makeup or working on music videos, or you know, you have been in front of the camera a fair bit over the last couple of years as well. And you are often your own model. What else is on your wishlist to do? Now that you sort of have worked in a lot of these. Mediums? Is there anything else you have in the works or that you hope to be working on going forward about nine of him? Come back. I really I'm doing, and I think will probably move into into film with, you know, moving image. Unfil- nuts. Severity booed topic. And that could be something very small. I just I think it's going from two to three is the step in anything. If you know what I mean, making something more experienced because my what fits in company the company, and I guess between off as an ongoing development of putting things on film doing taking trait, and maybe that conventional unconventional ideas of BT while I think I think is still much to explode and also developing new kind of language so beauty because and the way that you can be Mitch can now being something you can have an underlying context ideal meaning behind. Made. I think that's interesting for me to play with which is onto superficial. But has some kind of maybe message Royal something else going on on the eighth does that make sense? And if you move into more moving image, or are there some dream directors on your list, if people that you would one day like to clever with too many times in the past Nick Knight? But I just really I I really think he bring in he's such a tak-, and he'll never stops looking for new ways of seeing things in new ways of trying things. And that I really valley is about kind of courageousness with his work. I'd really love to work with him on something and OSA Jefferson it Dave speaking Tim leaf, and then I'd I'd like to collaborate with him somehow out for collaboration with Phil. Would you ever go Hollywood? I don't know if I could do six months in a tray, maybe design the. Yeah. Why? No, thank you so much for making time for this. And obviously for your great work on October issue, which I loved. Has a really great response. So oh, thank you. So much included me, really ugly. And you know, hopefully, we will we will talk to you soon. So I had felt here New York. Yes. Keep me posted. All right, five CVS. Thank you. Bye. Bye. The vote podcast is production of vogue magazine recorded here at one World Trade Center and produced by Nagai. We'll have a D And hill sound engineering by David Lauren's and hosted by me..