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"tom ford" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"Currently in its third location on Orchard street. I've been shopping there since it was like on Christopher street. Oh, those are good ones. What's the best beauty product name you've heard lately? Like I know you because you pay attention to names and labeling. It's part of your job. Yes. So I would say Tom Ford, I can not say it on the podcast. But I think she works for a fancy corporate law firm. We've said it on the podcast before. It's Tom Ford's bleeping fabulous. It's not wrong. It is, and he is. Also, I'm a huge fan of Sergio town's Greek layer, pardon my French. It's terrible. It's such a beautiful evocative name. I absolutely like means gray light. Absolutely love it. I was trying to do like bad friendship. I was like, gray something. Gray light. Oh, that's delightful. It's like lavender and wet dirt and snow and ice. It's just pure, it's like moody wintry. I have not smelled that and I'm definitely gonna go sniff that. Thank you. Okay, what's your favorite beauty packaging products that just look good in your bathroom? Chanel, Gucci westman. It's like 90s era Versace in there. All I need is like the safety pin dress. Everything is black and gold. And let's see other than looking at your gorgeous fabulous bathroom. How do you unwind at the end of the day? Unwind. What is done on wine? We just roll this dress over. It's great. We just compact it. But if I can, if I do get like an off night, I'll unwind with a gray drink and a great book. Rereading any ear nose, a simple passion, which is. Unbelievable. And I'm a really big fan of the Negroni spogli auto with Prosecco. So thank you. House of the dragon TikTok for that particular recommendation. That's quite a fabulous life. I'm picturing you like, yes, I know you have two young children and a very busy household, but I'm now in picture you sipping negronis reading great literature and spraying all over yourself. In my bathrobe, yelling at my toddler to stop trying to beat up the infant, while holding my drink over their heads while CoComelon plays in the background. That is my life right now. And it's a great life, clearly. I'm so glad that you came on the podcast that we got connected. I really feel like this has been helpful for consumers, but also people that work at beauty brands because they want to see the state of what's going on with our industry. So thank you so much for coming on the show. Absolutely. It's been so much fun. We hope you enjoyed the show. It's your reviews and feedback that help us make the podcast even better. Head over to iTunes to rate and review us or email your thoughts to info at fat mascara dot
Bloomberg Radio New York
"tom ford" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Cut costs, look at that stock since Zuckerberg actually peeled back spending. John, let's look at this. This is the reality. Take a photo, run it to 48 megapixels, which is a new magnificent resolution. You love this phone, don't you? Edit it in another app, throw it out to a tree and house sitting in the studio. She nails it, gets it done, and we get it up in 12 seconds. That's the Dan eye's world. He loved this camera, don't you? I do. I do, I love the chip. No, no, let me rephrase this. Help me here. The chip is what matters. Nobody in the financial media talks about the a this or the a chip in whichever toy you're talking about. It's the biggest innovation to come out of apple in the last 6 to 7 years in terms of chips. They're basically being Intel at their own game. They're great to be. Shares your stylish TK. Love in the jacket. It's a bit of a new year. It's great. This is all right. Tom Ford yesterday from Davidson and Dan Ives today, these guys are encyclopedic on this stuff. It's not a lot of blah blah blah. If somebody's take photos, think about how long they've been around. They've never had to live with 5% interest rates. Yes. And I'd also make the argument in the United States they've never really faced trudy. A cyclical test. Because the pandemic for some industries, of course, was a cyclical test for these tech firms. It was not. They got an acceleration of demand. For many of these firms in their current form, this year could well be if we do get that recession. The first cyclical test they faced in the United States. That's a new sobriety I'm talking about. And the other side of it is we'll talk to Dan about this in the coming weeks. We're going to go to earnings, I believe, February 2nd for Apple. 27th, I think, January. Is February? We get the end of January. Microsoft, the nap of the big week Amazon. We're going to go to earnings and they're going to go, hey, we're selling all these stupid phones through the mobile phone companies for next to no money. John farrow needs one of these, don't you think? I think pharaoh needs an iPhone 14. I'm rocking it. Let's think I'm rocking a 12. I don't want to change this Dan. I'm not ready to do that just yet. We'll see. What am I waiting for the 15 to 16? Yes, 16. Okay. 23? 2024. Keep going. Let's pay rose Friday, the job's number is 34 minutes
"tom ford" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"Okay, I could not wait to discuss this. This is so major, major, the biggest beauty news of the week, guys. Just get right into it. But also the biggest news in luxury. In fashion, Estee Lauder companies bought Tom Ford. The brand. The brand for $2.8 billion. Now, we know that Estee Lauder companies has had a long-standing licensing agreement for fragrance with Tom Ford. For their cosmetics and their skin care. But they are also going to be owning the fashion, the eyewear, the whole kit and caboodle. So when this deal closes, marklin, the Italian group that owns the license for Tom Ford eyewear, Markland is going to be paying $250 million to Estee Lauder at the end of that. Now zenya, they have the license to produce and distribute Tom Ford's menswear. But they're also going to become Estee Lauder's sole license for Tom Ford's menswear, women's wear as well as accessories, jewelry, children's wear, which I didn't know Tom Ford had children's wear, but they're gonna have the license for that, or maybe I don't know, maybe they have children where they will, I don't know. So my bad for not knowing that. Home wearers and responsibility for its stores and it shows and they're gonna make sure that basically it's Tom Ford remains luxury and they're gonna have basically everything in that stockholder meeting with you. I mean, this is like, this is a tremendous deal. So what's interesting if you weren't aware, Tom Ford beauty is the biggest part of the Tom Ford business. Fashion is actually a really small part of the brand's portfolio. Fragrance is the bigger chunk of the beauty business. But Estee Lauder is now going to own everything outright. So what's interesting is that a lot of brands are looking for other areas of growth, especially in China, which has been a big part of luxury beauty. China's actually had a lot of difficulty because there's been a lot of pandemic restrictions. According to The New York Times, Tom Ford, the man is contracted to stay on with the brand at the end of 2023. Now what that looks like after that, we don't know. Obviously Tom Ford has a real cult of personality with the brand. So what that looks like after that, we don't know. Will it still be fucking fabulous? I mean, Tom Ford. Guys. Perfume name. Tom Ford, I mean, is Tom Ford is Tom Ford, it sounds a bit silly, but what that could look like in the future really is anybody's guess. Major, major news, very exciting. Just goes to show how powerful Tom Ford's fragrance business is as well. Perfume will triumph. Yeah. So anyway, that is easily the biggest news story of the week, probably easily the year. So Jen, I'm going to take over the science corner this week. Okay. I'll
"tom ford" Discussed on Gloss Angeles
"Okay, Tom Ford is so rich, y'all. So rich. Billions of billions of dollars. Yes, and this is actually a pretty big news in the beauty industry because, okay, I'll just read this headline. Tom Ford is a newly minted billionaire thanks to the $2.8 billion Estee Lauder deal. So this is interesting because they have been licensing Tom Ford beauty este has for years. Does that mean that they are making the products yes, I read that they manufacture distribute and license his name. So this is CNN business. A blockbuster deal to sell his eponymous fashion brand has catapulted fashion designer Tom Ford into the global billionaire's club. Ford 61, I always forget he's 60. Yeah, he looks so good. He does. Who launched the Tom Ford brand in 2005 and grew it into a luxury clothing and accessories powerhouse sold his company Tuesday to Estee Lauder companies in a deal valued at 2.8 billion. The acquisition of Tom Ford brands by Estee Lauder is expected to close in the first half of next year, pending regulatory approvals, and it will fully integrate Tom before brands, which already has an ongoing partnership with the cosmetic and skin care giant into Estee Lauder's diverse portfolio. Estee has been partners with Tom Ford beauty for 15 years because they launch Tom Ford beauty together in 2006. Okay? So now it's not just beauty, but they've acquired his luxury clothing and accessories portfolio as well, which is a very big deal for Estee Lauder because this is getting them into the fashion game. And now what a lot of people are talking about is that finally a brand like LVMH has somewhat of a competitor in this category because LVMH benefits owned by LVMH, fresh beauty is owned by LVMH. It's like literally like Louis Vuitton. Vuitton. So it's really interesting to see Estee getting into this category. And I think only from here it will start to expand. They may even get into spirits similar to LVMH. So that's why this is such a big deal. So people who are in the comments that are like, oh, this is going to change Tom Ford formulation. No, it's not going to change anything because they've been making it for the last 15 years.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"tom ford" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"9 11. The 9 11 Dakar is priced at $222,000 and 2500 of them will be sold globally. Porsche has a long history of off road racing and said it's seen an appetite for a rugged sports car. They can take a beating and keep going. It's evident across Instagram where enthusiasts post thousands of shots of them glamping, skiing, fishing, and hiking with their 9 11s. A lift kit gives the Porsche 9 11 Dakar, the ride height of a typical SUV. And luxury goods, Tom Ford, is white hot, although he never really went out of style, following Estee Lauder's $2.3 billion deal for the Tom Ford brand and all its intellectual property. Her menagerie zenya will take control of the fashion operations, according to people familiar with the matter. The Italian luxury house is buying 85% of the company it doesn't already own all too fuel its expansion in the U.S.. I'm Andrew rode. Bloomberg radio. Wake up and text text and eat. Text and catch the bus. Text and miss your stop. Text and be late to work. Sorry. Text and work. Text and pretend to work. Text and X surprised when someone calls you out for not working. Who me? Text and meet up with a friend you haven't seen in forever. Hi. Oh, hey. Text and complain that they're on their phone the whole time. Text and listen to them complain that you're on your phone the whole time. Uh. Text in whatever. But when you get behind the wheel, give your phone to a passenger. Put it in the glove box. Just don't text and drive. Visit stop texts, stop Rex dot org.
"tom ford" Discussed on WTOP
"They're also offering training.. It is against that backdrop that caterpillar reports second quarter earnings today. It is seen as an economic indicator with its big yellow machines used in everything from construction to mining to energy. Uber will also be opening its books the first of the gig economy companies to do so. Wall Street will be looking for signs that the driver shortage in Uber's ride hailing business is easing as Uber prioritizes profitability. Investors will also be watching Uber eats for signs that inflation is reducing demand. As the lauder reportedly is looking to branch out into fashion with an acquisition of Tom Ford, The Wall Street Journal reports the cosmetics maker whose brands include Mac and clinique is in what the paper calls advanced talks with the luxury fashion brand on what could be a $3 billion deal. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Lowry kosky, on WTO P looks like the trend right now is that all the Asian markets are down with the exceptional Australia, which is up just about one tenth of a percent. Coming up on WTO, President Biden announced Monday that one of the architects of the 9 11 attacks was killed over the weekend. CBS News is at the top of the hour with the latest. It is two 56. Carry to full term as a nonprofit that provides long-term housing to pregnant women and children experiencing homelessness. Our two year program located in haymarket, Virginia, gives families time to acquire the necessary skills to become independent and self sufficient. We do this through continuing their education, financial management, employment, therapeutic care, and volunteering. We will be hosting our annual gala called every baby deserves
"tom ford" Discussed on Eyewitness Beauty
"American fashion anthology gilded glamour white tie and then also the Gilded Age. Yeah. Okay, so you get that letter from Vogue. And then no, I didn't. I read it on Vogue dot com. I mean, it would be great if somebody told me these things. You don't get any sort of even like PDF email attachment that lets you know. I have. In the past, if I've asked for it, I guess. I don't know, maybe I just didn't ask. I have in the past said, what's the theme and what is the exhibition? And I get an under strict NDA, like a catalog of the exhibition ahead of time. And literally after you read it, it goes into smoke. And there's usually a reading list, which for American fashion, there was this weird book about the history of home decor. Which started in the Middle Ages and was all about how the stool was a big community builder or something, and I was like, I don't know what to do with this book. I literally don't know what to do with this book. I would imagine you're the only stylist who probably reads the entire reading list. That they send along. They're really opaque though. A couple of years ago, I ordered all the books. And one of my closest friends is head of the English department at Princeton, and I was like, check this out, and she was like, you're not going to like. I don't even like that. So they really try to go super intellectual with it. So you get these three notes and then what's your process? So you know you have Dakota, you know, you have Sophie and you know you have Julianne. So with Julianne Tom Ford just like he wanted to do this Jackie Kennedy thing, which I thought was great. It's this picture of her in a white Tyler and we just kind of recreated it and a modern way. Like with her the gloves were leather and I thought that was quite cool because it would have been traditionally satin. And it added another texture. You know, it was fairly straightforward. I mean, Tom Ford's a minimalist, everything's perfect. The fabric is beautiful. The draping is perfect. And then with Dakota, I guess we got maybe 5 sketches. And we picked one, and it was originally a dress over a cat suit, and I was like, let's make sure they're separate pieces. And then when we tried it, the dress kind of looked cool unhooked over the cat suit and they made the dress into the robe instead of the dress. So that it was like more significant. And Sophie, Sophie went with Louis Vuitton, and they didn't make anything new for this Met Gala. They had like an eco initiative. So everybody wore something they'd worn before or something that was in the archive. How do you make sure that these things are also going to read, are you how do you replicate that moment so that you make sure that it's not see through? It doesn't look like one big blob. You can actually distinguish between the textures. We take pictures in the fitting. And we take pictures with flash, and we make them sit down, we make them walk. You stress test it. What it looks like in a picture on a phone is more important than what it looks like in person. So then the day of you have three clients, my only reference for this is the Rachel Zoe project, where she's running from house to house. Trying to get everyone fitted. Was everyone at the Mark hotel, so it makes a little bit mix it easier..
"tom ford" Discussed on Forever35
"So this is growing on me. This is growing on me. It's a little sweet. But I like it. Okay. I'd be curious if you would like this one. It's a little in the sunscreen perfume family that I love so much. Oh, sure, sure, sure. Beachy. I love a beach. I love a beachy so. You love a beach. You love a beach. What I wouldn't do. Kate Spencer loves a beach. In theory, I don't love sand in my butt, but I do love a beach. I mean, that's fair. So take me on your journey. Yeah, so I've been talking recently about how I felt like my DS and durga radio Bombay, which I love to be clear, felt a little heavy for spring slash summer, and I was interested in perhaps acquiring a new spring slash summer scent. But then I was like, well, wait, I have all these other perfumes that I just haven't worn and so long. Why don't I see if one of them can kind of scratch the itch that I'm feeling? You shopped your closet. I shopped my shop my bathroom. And I've tried almost, I think almost all of my old perfumes. Gucci bloom, Tom slash classic story, Tom Ford Santa blush, the Chi rose O de parfum. Their stuff is nice. And the Chloe O de parfume. I also had an almost empty bottle of a perfume I used to wear all the time, which is Killian, liaison de gerus, typical me. It's called. It's a very dramatic perfume. There wasn't even enough to spray some on, but I caught a whiff, and I was like, oh yeah, this is a good perfume. I don't think it's exactly what I'm looking for right now. But you tend to seem just by judging by this collection like you like a soft floral. Would that be? I think I like a soft flora, but I also like. I like a Santa. Yeah..
"tom ford" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Schumer too. But you know that one woman had one friend who gonna talk shit about your wedding before your wedding and be like, oh, it's gonna be cheap anyway. That food gonna be nasty and she's the first person to show up at the buffet line, let me love. That's Amy Schumer. She hates the Met Gala. She doesn't like the HelloFresh. But she is gonna show up. You know why? Why? Because that third comma hits differently. When you got the money, you can say things like that and get away with effort. Put some effort. You know, people work really, really hard to make the Met Gala happen. And for you to just come with some shades on and, you know, what you got off of. Nordstrom's rack is not. No, but you know what, I have to put. Here's what we're not thinking. Find something good, daisy. Here's what we're not thinking. Not everybody gets the amazing great gowns. Sometimes you go into your designer, right? And the idea that he has for you is a freaking burger or a chandelier and you're like, you know, no, thank you. Hell no, I'm gonna just wear the black thing and I'm just gonna do the thing here and no thank you. Yeah. Which some people at the Met Gala honestly should have done that last night. Should have just said, yeah, no. I bet they are a lot of people that kill the stylists. No, not the other stylists. There are a lot of people who you talk to when you talk to somebody. No. Were you talking to them about their Met Gala looks are disappointed with them, but you can not tell the designer what's happening because they paid a half a $1 million for the table. They invited you. No Lonnie. Lonnie. It's their vision. If their vision is ugly, but it's called, that's why you have a schedule and you have certain fittings to make sure that it fits in line with what you're trying to do. And with your brand, this is not your honor. I don't think it matters. I don't think they care about it. They don't care about you. They don't care what I know. You know what? That's why you do cities. If target called you tomorrow and said, you're coming to the Met Gala, and we gonna put you in a billboard. You'd be like, come on. Let's do this. No, I would not. Gorgeous. You would do it. I would not. Nobody is getting designers aren't giving checks for that. You're doing that to try to get publicity and to get a look. This was to me a diss. Tom Ford probably saw her and probably went the other way. You know he's going to talk about this. He didn't like themes. She was on the town forest reaction right here. That's true. By the way, why not check my Bradley Cooper? He did the same thing. Bradley Cooper looked nice. Do not talk about Bradley. He had on tales. He had a white tie. He was appropriate. He did the dress code. That's not the dress code. She could have added some diamonds to that. She could have add up. She could have added a scarf. A tiara. Just a tiara one. Something. To stop it, put some effort into it. That's all I'm asking. I love her. I love her. If I get invited, I'm going all the way out, okay? I'm going all the way. If you get invited, I'm not going to let you as your friend. I'm like, no, justice so fast that you are not wearing sunglasses.
Be Your Own Makeup Artist with Natalie Setareh
"tom ford" Discussed on Be Your Own Makeup Artist with Natalie Setareh
"Basically. And then also when you reach that level, your plants might have time should know what brands you're using in the first place. I think for those of us in the industry, when I see it in a lot of different groups and forums, people are always concerned with, well, if I Tom Ford, eyeshadows, then nobody's going to know it's Tom Ford. And I think part of as we roll our eyes were like, it's not about the name brand, but then there's that recognition. So that's where our people that know Tom Ford are the ones that matter. And they will know what Tom for shadows look like. It looks a certain way. You know, it's undeniable. It's time for. The brands embedded on time. Let's do some juicy talk because you condense, you condense Sir John's kid, Fiona styles. I know you said that it's just all makeup to you, but were you a little bit kind of it's like in their closet, I feel like you're in their personal closet..
"tom ford" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"Making candles for fun. In our apartment and then later when we moved into a house and to our house and then one day we were basically like, let's do this. Let's get a box. Let's get the nice glassware. Let's and I was like, let's call it boy smells and put it in. So you were making kind of like lower rent candles at first. Yeah, well, trust me, I mean, I know how to cut a dress pattern, but I did not know how to make a candle. You know? Paint that picture for me. Did you buy like a candle making kit? How did you start? Yeah, David really, David's background comes from product development and production. So, you know, he was the one really being like, oh, there's this candle supply place outside of town. Do you want to drive 45 minutes on Saturday and just go check it out? And we're like, okay, and then they had some classes. And we started buying canisters and back then it was just like paraffin wax that we could only get access to. And we're just buying random sense off the shelf that we're not that good quality, but just really having fun and playing with it. And giving it to people for Christmas presents or birthdays. And it was just kind of like this cute little hobby. And I think being part of the fashion cycle, David was working as head of production at the elder statesman then. I was working at NASA y'all. He had four collections a year. I think I had ten deliveries a year. And I was designing like 80 dresses of delivery, you know, and then you know, it's a lot of it's a lot of creative and actual physical consumption, you know? Sure. And we love this idea of making something that, you know, you make one candle, like kush was one of our very first candles, and it still one of our best sellers and we're 6 years into this business. That's such a nice feeling versus being like cycling in and out of stuff like so fast. It just felt like exhaustive. And wasteful on a personal creative level and then also on just like you wear something once and then you throw it away, you know, kind of consumption level. So yeah, and we decided to put it in pink and call a boy smells and you know, I look back at that time and kind of like chuckle because I was like, okay, we're making this for us. This totally has a glass ceiling, like no one's ever gonna get this. It's gonna be this cute little like weird candle brand that maybe we're getting like 5 stores and it'll be something we do on the weekends after work. So when we came out of it, like literally all of my girlfriends immediately loved it because I didn't realize it at the time, but if I'm sitting there at work and I'm putting on like some rose fragrance or tulip fragrance, you know, and like kind of like Tapping into my feminine side, which I had kind of cut off for myself and not allowed myself to really explore when I was younger, like my girlfriends across the desk. They're putting like Tom Ford Tuscan leather on and some fall 33 and things like that and they're Tapping into their masculine. And I didn't realize by calling up boys, it wasn't putting in a pink box at both men and women with really love it. And it was like the sense of permission and poking fun things that they didn't believe in either. And that's more of a universal appeal. Through its humor and subtext than I ever expected. It was like a surprise test. Start boy smells and write some big 5 year business plan. It really took us by surprise. And then we grew, we grew into it as founders..
"tom ford" Discussed on WTOP
"Has died A recent posting on the Internet was titled why we love Betty White for most fans it wasn't a tough question to answer She always seemed so cheerful when she appeared on TV game shows like password Ready Betty Let's go First word Awkward White showed sass on the Mary Tyler Moore show I don't mean to break up your party But I really think it would be better all around if I went out there and pushed her off the bell Audiences loved her sweetness on The Golden Girls I'm not one to blow my own votive inference And the way she laughed at herself as she played herself on TV's ugly Betty in 2007 But you don't need this Are you kidding That golden girl's money went right into the nickel slots Betty White worked steadily on television for more than 7 decades because viewers found so much to love Tom Ford CBS News Betty White dared at the age of 99 Check your flight before you go to the airport Here's CBS's Jim Croce Leather and COVID related staff shortages continue to impact airlines Some 3000 flights within and in and out of the U.S. were canceled Friday There were more than 6500 flights delayed A major winter storm in the west and Midwest and severe weather in the south will impact flights over the weekend Wildfires in Colorado likely destroyed 600 homes tens of thousands of residents had to evacuate Here's boulder county sheriff Joe peeling We had power lines down in the area of the origin of the fire The origin of the fire hasn't been confirmed It's suspected to be power lines but we are investigating that today And we have folks on the ground trying to pinpoint that President Biden has approved an expedited major disaster declaration Getting ready to say goodbye to 2021 hello 2022.
"tom ford" Discussed on Forever35
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"tom ford" Discussed on 710 WOR
"On talk radio by accident and started listening to the masters. The people who developed and I was intrigued by it. Reserve respite from music. Instead of tapping my feet. I nodded my head. I learned. I listened. I was impressed by these guys point of view, whether sports whether it's entertainment or politics. I really, really got into it. And the more I worked in the smarter I got, the more I became worldly and traveled around the world. I thought that just maybe someday all of my stories would come together and I have something to say. And I had an idea for a radio show. After I written my second book. I never told anybody that I want to go on radio and I planned to be on radio with an idea that this would be a business show called always in fashion would be rooted in fashion. But it was also about lifestyle and observations and things that I could get involved with. My sponsors. All had to be meaningful. That had to be companies that were leaders in their field and brands that you knew, and that's what I did. My subject matter. Original content. I never know where the next subject coming to come from for a show. It's very different than most radio shelves. If you're a music you play songs If you're in politics boiled wedding given day. The world has information for you to go on. If you're in sports, there's always the game writing original content tonight. I've been thinking about what does it take to break through, and that's what I wanted to talk about. But I have to say I've always thought about this. Jesse drives me crazy When I say it. I said I used to be important. He used to be a big shot used to have powerful responsibility. I managed tens of thousands of people of responsible for making sure the company was fair. This company provided opportunities. The company did well and gave the owners what they needed. I wasn't important guy on radio You have to wonder. I never know exactly who's listening. I never know when I break through, except once in a while, hear stories and they make me smile. This weekend. My son told me someone he works for prominent guys. Father in law is of devoting of the show. He listens every week and loves it. And he told my sons Compatriot work. Please get him to sign in autograph from me and tell them that I listened to his show all the time. We have some local businesses are neighborhood and when any of my son's walking the guys start talking, I listened to the show this week and Mark Jesse. They were great. Would you please tell your father to come in? I haven't seen him in a while. I want to discuss the show the and I thought that was fascinating. I'm also on linked in I got this this week. I thought this was great as from a guy who I never met, of course, And he said the following year mark inspired by your book and podcast. I have a passion for watches and people that six months ago I decided to completely change my career path and applied for a position at LVMH. I didn't have any hopes to even be considered. But we quickly discovered that we both had a very good positive energy, and I was eventually hired as a customer service director of the image watching Julia Division based in Tokyo. This would have never happened without me being empowered by your book and experience again. Thanks a lot for sharing your wisdom experience and being a role model. When I hear that it makes all of this worthwhile for man. As much as I'm willing to admit I used to be important and as much as I don't feel that importance anymore. I had my run. It was great while it was. I am not unhappy now I love doing this. But in the end, I don't see my audience. When you make products when your design and your in product development and you're running a business and luxury retail in a barrel fashion, you walk in any given store, and you see it there. You know how it started. You know how it got built. You know how it got there, and you know whether it works. I don't have that here. I don't get this much feedback as I'd like. I'm not a social media guy other than Lincoln, you want to know about me. Go on Lincoln. But when I hear those things that I'm catching people's attention that I'm making an impression. It means all the world to me. And in my own way, it's making me feel important again. And frankly speaking, what's most important is here we are, And here I am. I'm breaking through the clutter. Er, being significant. Which is really what I want to do The fact that I have listeners The fact that we have dedicated listeners who listen to every word of every show means everything to make. It says. That were being simple in concept but significant and we're breaking through the clutter with that. Take a break. When we come back. I'm going to continue talking simple and significant. And breaking through, always in fashion. I am so excited that the world is starting to open up that we see hope, and we're getting interested in the way we look interest again. I want to talk right now to the women in this country. It's time to come back. And you have a tremendous opportunity to look your best again. And I'm particularly excited to talk to you about Casper, the brand for women's related separates. Casper is a very, very stylish contemporary brand. That is going to clearly match The way you want to live your life going forward. There's so many things to do again. There's so many things that you want to accomplish, whether it's at home or at work. Casper has crafted an updated collection of modern collection of easy, effortless classics that you could wear from morning in tonight. It's great to be able to wear awards of that You'd want to work and be proud and you are competitive in that workplace.
Ask Me Another
"tom ford" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"One. Where the bread go double down as chicken were there once was burned also kern. Who's playing you though. It's been norman three but it's kinda creepy but fun now. That could be a full song. There are a lot of things. I have a lot of questions for the colonel. I talk about yeah. Yeah yeah i. I noticed a game but like jonathan. This is a new career direction. Thank you thank you very much. Just do this exclusively just parodies supreme songs. Listen i wanna put it out there. You know you never know when you find your light in life you know that is true and this is your purpose here for you know. Wikipedia page will say this out right under controversies that no. That's my favorite section. Personal life at controversies. So kfc and where did our love go. Yeah that is correct. Yeah okay Okay roommates said you take rusty in this compost in then again. Well i can say that my sister does not get high and she loves to dip her fries to frosty wanted to this to you. Don't even have to. I like mayonnaise. I'm not gonna lie. I do like fries mayonnaise. So it's just the sweeter smoother version. I don't think that's how they market it. But just the frosty alone. Sweeter version of mayonnaise. Let me ask the question. Do you like mayonnaise. Whole cup of it. If it was story was the only heros. Oh my goodness so good. Old wendy's yeah. Oh and you can't hurry love. Thank goodness i got i got. I got my ma. Mcdonald's to take off ten cents or for the price of the sundays because they stop giving out the little packet of peanuts and i was like way announced that like there was no commercials warning in the packet. Ain't coming no more. But i'm still paying previous price in as if the peanuts coming so you gotta go out and buy your own peanuts and crush up yourself now. Exactly such as money. It's tom ford thing you know. And what reason did they give that. They just stopped it. You know saying this to the local guys. Listen i understand. Yeah got gotta do business you save in you know but to me right now now made to order at the menu. Assuming peanuts were coming back to peanuts not only. Am i not getting peanuts. All i'm asking to be compensated. Not just for the lack of peanuts before the emotional distress of not having the peanuts and having to explain to my kids why the peanuts now crushing on fox who salty for their sunday. That's right yeah. Go road salt dome. Mcdonald's needs to work on their menu. Angry 'cause like the four nuggets is a dollar twenty pieces five twenty nine. I'm like you know math like you know you. Just add four four dollar five times. Is this like an up charge. Because i'm insistent on the cardboard packaging wa wa. You doing this to me. I've had this debate many times at the various people at mcdonald's i really wanna go to a fast food restaurant with you and have you make a big stink. I wanna see it in person. I think.
Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"tom ford" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"'cause i'm freaking piece of ass. That's why that's why. I'm relieved that there you are. That's why hi. Laura is because if you look at it the way we're dressed here maximum three piece suit like max again dresses impeccably as well like there's that keanae got little fitted like jackets on it works. You know what i mean. L z. even though that's not lv's greatest attire. I gotta be honest with you. I've seen l z dress. Way better than that. That's very casual. for z. down for elsie very much dress down for z but nonetheless we all know what's underneath that you know what i'm saying and i think that there's no question that we know that l z is by far the most in shape person at this place. It's not even debatable. And in this picture. George l z is standing in front of me and now my point is being block is shoulder. It looks like you're trying to push l z in the back with like. I'm poking him in the shoulder. Yeah like hey. Hey i'm i'm trying to get in front of you but you're also trying to be nice cap parenti. I've been told by a source of air reliable source that max one said on the air he only wears for saatchi. I believe he wears tom. Ford if i recall correctly as a suit person so you are right about. Max's is though. I'm looking at this picture right now. He's a dream boat with those. Is that medicine my soul now. Now one guy who hasn't been mentioned so much. Right now is travis. And he's probably thinking himself. Hello what about me travis. The worries about that kind of nonsense but he's not as vein as the rest of us know. Yeah yeah the rest of us all like everybody's got a little style like he's got his style right max's got his style. You know he goes. Tom ford i go little ted baker on my suits. I don't know what he's got going on there but it's definitely something expensive. I can just tell by the look of it. Yeah and ireland. You know. I don't know i don't know what do you think. Where do you think ireland shops for his his suits ou men's warehouse. That was fair. I actually do think that's probably where he would go. And mario just text me because he worked with maxwell says yes it. Is tom ford. So tom ford is. Because i had this conversation with max ones about his suits and he goes tom. Ford yes as for ireland. He goes to the men's warehouse. I guarantee it. Yeah oh i agree. I agree well. He's that guy's name. What was that guy's name. We used to be the owner. And you'd have on. He would always do those commercials. And you're gonna be had. I guarantee you. Yeah yeah. I remember those old commercials. But i don't remember the guy's name But yeah ireland doesn't care it's like it. Looks nice to him. he's good you know he. He's a little more old school. On the suit. George zimmer that is exactly right. George zimmerman i guarantee it but mason this picture look travis and see. You weren't some polos that's cool. You can rock suppose. I'm good with that. I don't know what masons look is here like. It looks like millennial hipster. But also i used to wear brooks brothers that i think it's stevo semi's like holding a skateboard. He's like what's up. Fellow kids yeah that that's what it feels like that. What is god. Can we get mason on the on the line again. She was just so. I can ask you about this puffy jacket on the only guy who's not getting any love right now is poor zubin zuber's like hello hello. I know i'm being blocked. Here by travis and keyshawn and i'm just kind of background with a big smile on my face..
The Civilian Climate Corps Is a Big-Government Plan
"Nearly one hundred years since the creation of the civilian conservation corps. Much of its legacy is still being put to use of everything needed here. This tunnels the most impressive piece of work tom. Ford would is assistant manager of lewis and clark caverns state park in west central montana. Thirty feet long lasting from the outside in the tunnel is big. You could walk down at comfortable until the passage opens into a massive dark cave where the air is heavy with a chilly humidity. This came forward. Says was discovered by a member of the conservation corps who decided to do a little non-sanctioned exploring like i said slid through all that and came out into just this hits the lights so it's by far the largest room we know of in the cave system it has the biggest formations hole cave that we know of as well ribbed columns of rock stretch from ceiling to floor looking like glistening coral reefs perfect. Somebody's formations are still a million years old at they're going in every year. Seventy to eighty thousand people get to enjoy them. That's not to mention the millions more who used trails campgrounds and bridges the dams and other work. That was done by the civilian conservation corps. That's one of the things. I hear the most bizarre. They talk about the history. All they lament the loss of that type of an organization the here in washington it makes sense. President biden is so drawn to the idea of re-booting one of the most popular enduring programs from the new deal biden has draped himself in fdr symbolism and like roosevelt. He's made big government spending and programs a key part of his agenda once in a generation investment in america yourself. This is the largest jobs plan since world war. Two in fact biden has positioned himself as the first president in generations to like fdr unapologetically pitched the federal government and government spending as the solution to big problems. These are investments. We made together as one country investments that the government was in a position to make time and again propel us into the
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
Bloomberg Radio New York
"tom ford" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Competition customers. Plus how much of our e commerce behavior actually sticks in a new normal like, maybe in the last nine months, I've been buying all my paper towels on Amazon. But when it tonight when I could go to the grocery store Maybe I'll buy them there. How much is that a risk factor in the near term for them. It's a risk factor. But unfortunately, when you think about the slower than expected rollout for vaccines and things of that nature, I think that when it all is said and done We're gonna have an elevated e commerce spend further in the 2021 than we initially expected. I think we had all thought that by July 1st, there'd be some sort of return to normalcy. I think it's going to take longer than that. So you might be buying those paper towels from Amazon for a little while longer in 2021. All right. Tom Ford, D A. Davidson. Thanks so much for giving us your forecast. Of course, we will be all over Amazon results later this week, and that does it for this edition of a Bloomberg technology. Bloomberg Daybreak. Asia is coming up next. I'm Emily Chang, San Francisco. This is Bloomberg. If trying to figure out the future of your business is keeping you up at night. Are you seeing it? Come back at all. At least you have company..
The $100 MBA Show
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.
90.3 KAZU Programming
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.
The Business of Fashion Podcast
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. 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"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..
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"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..
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