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Jon M. Chu - how the internet changed visibility for Asian Americans
"And if you could ever like yourself as the subject of a story it's like it almost takes a work of imagination to like you know. See that who you are can. Yes object store. I mean I basically grew up in. I think that's part of both my power and my weakness is like. I grew up in an environment in the Silicon Valley in the eighties and the nineties. And so I know that perspective because I grew up in the perspective of like Oh are Asians the other when you're surrounded by it. You are indoctrinated it and so you know what they're thinking and I grew up in a Chinese restaurant as well. So the fears of what people think of you are completely intertwined in your brain and in your heart. I think the Internet changed so much because when I watched youtube video and for instance and dance like I saw how fast the perspective of what Asians are as dancers in the dance world. When I started Asians were known as amazing hip hop dancers. But when I went to those tournaments and these these these conferences whereas they're six thousand Asia American dancers and their amazing hip hop dancers. And that's where they Kaba. Modern was job. Jabotinsky was there. Were all these amazing answers. And the world didn't know about it and in the span of like four or five years everybody knew about it and suddenly it's like. Oh Asians condense. When did you start going to these dance and I went? Let's see my cousin was going to San Diego State. And so she'd be like you have to come see this because you like dance and this is incredible and so. I want to say it was like two thousand six two thousand five. The collaboration or which dance competition was this They Will Aberration Star. Collaboration collaboration but there's also other ones but data for the first time. And that's when I did step up to I was like when I was creating sabotage like crews because I've seen these crews And Job Lock is like the. All Star like they weren't there was no ABC. At the time there was no nobody knew them they had never been filmed before so we got them very very early. But witnessing the shift of people seeing agents dancers and stink. Oh there can be the best. When you see these Korean dancers in those Uniqlo ads or in missy Elliott videos like it changed and I could see how fast that oh it just takes an example. I love that you have always seemed to love dance and music and sort of gravitated towards those areas in your work. Obviously I remember. I went to the set of your web series. You're super can't series the St shooting like a showdown seen in the town true we had. They're kicking us out in fifteen minutes so he just shoot like our whole last episode at fifteen minutes. It was insane. I was I was there. It was pretty great. And you really between that project and the step up movies and the Adam Chu dance crew. Which I'm GonNa make you explain to turn around and the Internet back then but you really seem to to be able to lean into these interests of yours but at the same time create company of talent like Harry Shum Junior. Got So many greats spotlights through your works with him and so many other dancers got on my rematch. Cast Nets smarr. All that stuff was crazy. It was crazy times. How did that like what? What kind of role did that project? First of all. How do you describe it now? Looking back I mean we were early and Youtube. There's two thousand seven two thousand eight. Maybe I don't know maybe two thousand eight nine somewhere around there and basically we had done step up to and Miley Cyrus had watched the movie and so she called our fourteen year old star of that movie atoms. Vanni who played Moose in the movie and left a message. He didn't answer he she him as I loved you in that movie congrats and didn't leave a number and so she's like fifteen or sixteen and he's fourteen. He calls me like. Oh my Gosh Miley Cyrus just called me. Can you get me her number? I'm like a I don't know how to get her now to call her age. He's like Yeah Asia. No I'm not going to do that but she was already had a youtube channel and we had already were thinking. Hey we should do some videos on youtube thing and so I was like she has her best friend. Mandy. Who's a dancer like? Let's challenge them to a dance battle and just challenger and maybe she'll answer because she knows who you are so we got our crew together and made this crazy video challenging her to a dance battle and two days later she answered and she had the biggest youtube channel at the time This is at the height of her sort of power. And when she answered us She got all her celebrity. Friends made it like music video and got included channing. Tatum and Jenna Dewan in their video. Which is kind of a slap in the face to us. We'll man dance battling real though we should. We should resolve more things. Thought those this was west side story digital like this real shit and people online like really got into it. People who hated Miley could be on our side and then people who love it could be on her side and we made another video. After and we pulled out our Rolodex we got like Sandler Lindsay Lohan. We got Chris Brown before the incidence of Diana. Ross Amanda bines before here incidents. We've got a lot of people. And then we got a huge amount of his we've got millions and millions of hits and at that time it was big and so then she answered again with like helicopters and Ryan secret and all these people about this whole thing which I remember it being just so huge but it's kind of an example of growing an Internet age community in a way very very like demonstrably has power. I mean you've also worked with Justin bieber twice and saw how how strong his phantom is. So it's kind of cool to see the Asian American community rally around Craze Rich Asians and that came out not that at all at all related to one another safe. You know all these I mean they are little bit though. That's that's what I wanted to ask about his Asian American dance crews and southern California's. Such a thing you know I went to Ucla. Watch them and it's so cool to kind of hear you talk about how. Yeah Yeah I mean I you know. And Jabber walkies like weren't they on like America's best dance crew or something like that but that was that was when like the world got to know them but before that they were in ACDC dance crew before they were actually as during while they were on there. They were in step up before they were ever On match you put you put the Jabber walkies on the map that you represented elsewhere. We film them for those for sure. I had already made my first studio movie and yet I still felt like when I would watch youtube. This is like energy and I reminded myself that. I didn't have to ask permission for anything like I could have a camera. I know how to edit and I ended all the. Are you to battle videos? I didn't have to answer to anybody. And that's an amazing confidence builder and powerful thing to know that you have at your fingertips and you can have millions of people watching it tomorrow. Not next week. When a marketing company goes not with the press release like just releasing it. There was a big lesson to me during that time knowing that I have no excuses not to make stuff at any moment that I wanna make
Joining the circular economy with Vestiaire Collective
"Hey Cami Hey Monica. Guess what I got a really funny. DM from a listener last week. A D M A direct message in my inbox area. Yeah I thought maybe I could read it out and we could provide the answer on the pod as opposed to online fine. Okay hit me tangled thread four thousand five rights. Hey any chance you guys could do an episode on what should go into a girl's closet without the trends. I know it's possible ospel to Google it but a lot of us want to hear it from you dot dot dot or at least I do and here. She inserts a photo of her closet which to be totally honest. Looks a lot neater than mine but anyway she goes on on this. What is a big mess? I keep buying stuff and there's still nothing in it cheers angell. Let's so nice while tangled thread. Four thousand five. It's funny you should ask because this. This episode is actually going to be full of answers. I suspect not only are we going to be interviewing the founders of one of the world's leading secondhand fashion retailers that's yeah collective which By the way allows you to buy and sell second hand pieces designer secondhand pieces but also coming. I feel like we need to talk about this. Eternal problem of all of us feeling like there's nothing to wear in our wardrobes. Having a wardrobe full of clothes an attorney thinking oh I have nothing to wear exactly and we're kind of clearly missing. The mark of this is a problem problem. A societal problem because we're buying a lot of stuff but we're not buying the right stuff. I also think that a lot of us. I've heard a lot lately that instagram's our social media's to blame for this and it's because girls don't want to repeat outfits on the ground don't want to be seen wearing the same things tonight in a row etc etc.. But I oh. I think that this problem dates back to way way way more before that says that people have been overwhelmed by sort of trends flying at them for a really long time. And it's hard to pare back to the essentials. Well I think also women often want to wear something new to feel confident and and and that's great great but what about also training yourself to not need something new to feel confident on on the country learning to mix and match of things that you have in different ways so that you actually really playing around with your wardrobe so much better exactly. And I'm sort of training myself. That way and trying to really invest in Ki Ki. He says I have to say those are what I feel Augustine. Speaking of I wanted to give a shoutout to this amazing stuff. It's called the registry which is a website that allows you to repair things that you've previously love. Do they come pick up the broken pieces from your house. Yes so basically. It's a website you see. You can go on it. I think it's the restaurant or calm. I haven't checked and we'll put it in the show notes but basically you can send anything from a chanel handbag with a broken chain. A lovely pair of Bali pumps that all worn down. Or I don't know you. You have your favorite dress that needs fit into your body. Because it's it no longer fits and actually I think we so often think of replacing things buy new ones when we want something Robin repairing so anyway not everyone think of also repairing the things you love before you start investing even if it's investing in vintage pieces that I think it's good to get these these new kinds of services out there. Yeah I agree. Check it out. Also I went to the trouble to properly answer this listener. That was so honored. Also we're going to be fashioned agony. The neons yeah so I actually wrote down my essential pieces that I could not live with her in my wardrobe okay. I've really thought about this. Go on okay. So a perfect suit preferably in black Assamese had measles a great one. I would say velvets a lot of it. Suit Yup. Okay where where's your velvet. Suit is from Ray. His own brown raise amazing as well almost flat but but not quite flat elegant boots I think a day and by far are really good for this or if you have a bit more budget products are brilliant boots a pair of black gray white and dark blue ankle skimming jeans not too tight higher wasted. Because it's more flattering Goldstein. Denim are very good at this. Yeah I think with Denim. It's what works for you. I think each fasten their favorite stall. I'm I'm going for a very mom jeans. Look at the Mo- I go through phases but I think just find what fits you. Yeah Golden Helmet Lang as well a helmet line Unisex. Gre like ninety one pair of slingbacks in a neutral color probably blacked to dress at the black gene at night and make your ankles look great a crisp white shirt go one size up. You don't want it to be tight. Where'd you get your shirts from? There's a brand called with nothing underneath. I I really like a Bronco Ankle pieces of white which is really good but I like men shots. I like Ralph. Lauren Noah size small Mensur. Yeah sometimes even better than this is good for shots okay. Uniqlo's well wait t shirts from current Elliott great feel and tank tops internal next from a brand that. I've just discovered this dude looled. The Francis dilaudid in English. It's really fake. Check it out and have a great instagram account as well and a body suit to wear under the jacket. which because you can separate the jacket from the suit and just wear it with jeans right but then you WanNa wear in a casual way but open and you have to have something underneath presume bodysuits really good? I feel like this is tetris actress fashion. We should be providing the maximum amount of outfits. You can wear with these combos yet. So would you add anything. Maybe a piece of statement jewelry like from at Gerry. A or an Isa Kerr McGee. I would also add a pair of What I like to call cities meakers things that you were like for example of cool new balance or as X.? Trainers absolutely necessary sustainable option. Yeah I wear my new balance a lot I have to say I love. Also a big extra-large man coats your because I think you can wear whatever whatever you want underneath and just throw it on not be called and then you can have like skimpy little mini dress underneath if you're going out whatever and you'll find even if it's freezing and that's the last is key investment piece potentially the most expensive. Oh by the way also I really believe in like if you have old jewelry that maybe let your mom gave you or something but it feels old school. You can get converted birded into something really new and cool as well like Jesse Thomas Jewelry that her dad's a Master Goldsmith. She's learnt his art and she's learned how to do this and she has really cool. Modern tastes but with all of this stuff. You don't you don't need to buy things not to be preachy anyway. One more thing I wanted to tell you on this topic Chemi is. I met this girl the other day. on this visit London called Catherine quenches. I've heard of her. She's brilliant super committed minimalist. She's black for the past eight really. She hasn't won another Nkala rather than like a commitment. Quite extreme. Yeah not much light. But she's like totally committed and she's super chic anyway. She designs in other neutral colors. Black and everything goes super well together and she has created city break. Capsule wardrobes. So you can actually buy the whole thing together. You don't even have to think about it and everything goes perfectly. So there's just put a London won the Perez ones coming through in the Florence and it's actually all inspired by Joan. Didn't packing list love lies. We read it out the packing list. Yes yes let's do it. I love it me find. It's the sinked. Travel is below taped inside joined idioms closet door in Malibu for many years consisted of everything thing the author needed when she set out on assignment it was printed along with digits owner analysis of it in her nineteen seventy-nine collection of nonfiction. The white album. Here it is the pack and where to Scott's to jerseys or leotards one pullover sweater two pairs of shoes stockings Bra nightgown robe slippers cigarettes Borbon. We forgot the sweaters. We did forget sweat is Saddam patters William very important. Yes okay bag. Doug with shampoo toothbrushes toothpaste basis soap. Razor yoder an aspirin prescriptions tampax. Face cream powder baby while to carry Mojo throw typewriter interesting. Yeah we definitely don't have those anymore. Legal Pods pens files. House House. 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One significant emission one article I needed and never had a watch. I needed to watch not during the day when I could turn on the car radio or ask ask someone but at night in the motel quite often. I would ask the desk for the time if you how so until finally embarrassed ask again I would call US Angie's and ask my husband in other words. I had skirts jerseys leotards plover sweater shoes. Stockings Bra nightgown rope slippers. Cigarettes Borbon Shampoo toothbrush brush and paste basis soap razor deodorant. ASPIRIN PRESCRIPTIONS Tom. Impacts face cream powder baby oil mojo throw typewriter legal pads pens end files and a house-key but I didn't know what time it was. This may be a parable either of my life as a reporter during this period or of the period itself isn't that brilliance. I do it
"uniqlo" Discussed on Pop Fashion
"It also has a -partment spaces four thousand of them and office space enough for seventy five thousand workers some of the stores include Neiman, Marcus. Coach Uniqlo and banana Republic, and the most iconic thing of this whole area is probably the vessel. It's this big structure that you could walk up in you could see the whole city, and it's supposed to be beautiful at Cana looks like a cockroach. Okay. That's one way to describe it. What do you think it looks like I saw is sort of see it in like the shape of a vase? But okay, it's a let's like a staircase. Conical staircase to nowhere. Perfect example. Yes. So what I understand about the vessel in the whole opening shakeup, not Shiga the opening excitement or whatever of Hudson yards was that the policy was such that if you took a photo of yourself or of the vessel. You know, if you were anywhere in the vicinity of the vessel and a photo was taken with you and the vessel in it that. Hudson yards had the right to use that photo of you in perpetuity. Oh, yeah. Oh, it's that big shut show outrage. Outrage in sued. Let's talk a little bit about what's going on in this vicinity, especially the security. There's a company called related Hudson yards. It's the project's developer related says the tech that is throughout the complex is going to make life better for people who live work and shop. They're they're collecting data. They don't know exactly what they're going to do with the data. Great great. But it should make cuts in yards function better. According to them. There's a few examples is an app called related connect. It's fort residents and it replaces an apartment key with an app on your smartphone..
"uniqlo" Discussed on Gettin' Grown
"Like places like Florida having to wear like coats, sorry for your welcome. I wish I felt worse. Welcome welcome to those of us who wear I wear two pairs of pants. Gotta be playing no games. Please you better. Get better. Get to Lord. I was about to call it the wrong name. You know? The Asian old navy was the called Uniqlo. Now, I've got to get to the union glow. And get you back. He. Does that really work? Yes. I put it underneath my clothes. And it is marvelous and glorious am I have to give me one. Do they order out? They get everything live. Absolutely. Yes. You can go right on the line absolute right on the line right on the sound like. Get on down to the down to the unique Lok watering. They got it right on the line as you know navy. Let's get into this show. Oh, have you mindless being? Yes. No. Oh, speaking of which your niece. So I was like what you all learn at school. She was like we're learning about Martin Luther King junior. I was like, okay. So would you learn and she was like he fought for white people and black people to come together. I said, okay. So then we went onto dinner and Noah said is there another place for the black people to walk in? And I said, what do you mean? She goes are black people allowed here. And I said I said is this from you learn about Martin Luther King. She was like, yes, I said, I said, do you see black people here? She said, yes, I said you see why people here. She said, yes, I said what does the call when they keep white people in black people separate as she said segregation. I. So yes, I would have been out to be like, you know, there's de facto segregation. No. And then there is George. All of the ins. And now, she would have been like, I want you to know that we are still living under the implications of a flawed says, let's just wait just wait till I know, she knows she knows the police are a flawed system. She speaks on it. Absolutely. But anyway, her parents will we know who our parents are. Muster call today. Asking him we watching the football. And I was like now, you know, we stand with captain is how. Now, you know, he's saying, you know, we are comforting house. We do not watch that filth in this house. You know, that you know, we know we on Hulu. Anyway, we got trashed we got trash. All right Right. live..
"uniqlo" Discussed on This Week in Startups
"So you can see here, pens papers. The paper is a certified paper toilet paper and facial tissue tree free made from grasses and sugar a good idea because it eliminates me having to. In think about what is the motivation of the person selling it. You're interpreting brand you're like, well, they're trying to build something that games me. I'm trying to game the brand and have time for this whole thing is like, and this is such a youth thing, which is that we don't know false narrative, like a cheese dot cracker is cheese cracker it has its own story. And it's going to tell you in this particular case, it's organic it's made with real cheese. It's brand Liz. So we turned around this into an attribute, and then is also non GMO, but the most important attributes go in the white box. We even have a white box council and so- products tell their own stories. We don't need to tell that story. It reminds me of this are bar that eat their response to the show to and our experts puts like three eggs to Guedes two dates actually put the number of each item. And I'm well, you know, the, well, it's actually probably part of a new car with this new Nicklaud, or the, you know, the clo- close a client muses is it that's part of this kind of movement. Uniqlo arek. Bar movie. Some movie is this extraordinary store that started in Japan. And it's basically it the literal definition of Muzy is no brand. It's actually about the simplicity and everything is been reduced to its most simple beautiful design form what we call. Just what matters. So you ask me how many skews we launched one hundred ten.
"uniqlo" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"Warehousing Tokyo operated by the clothing, giant, Uniqlo checks and sorts stock twenty four hours a day. But while the productivity never ceases, you might be surprised at the lack of staff. Let's because this warehouse recently installed a new robotic system. Now with the help of artificial intelligence robots can continue working When Cubans wants would have been off the clock. The system allowed Uniqlo's who cut it stuff at the White House by ninety percent predictions of an automated future have caused mom across much of the world. They recent report from the World Economic Forum suggested that machines will perform more than half of all worked. Hawks by twenty twenty five up from just twenty nine percent today. The former chair of alphabet Eric Schmidt told a Goldman Sachs forum that while then might be growing pains. The ultimate result will be a positive one. I think you're seeing the difference between supply and demand play out. But the fact of the matter is we have very good news. Right. Computer science is now the number one major in essentially all of the top universities. I call this. The Mark Zuckerberg. Effect. But the important point is you have all of these people in their late teens early twenties were choosing computer science in my friends in in university. Say we're now getting the best students history does suggest that while technological innovations can cools industry displacements in the short term. The long term result is usually more jobs than again history doesn't usually repeat itself yawn. Mitch key is from the McKinsey global institute he says that while the future, maybe complex. There are many opportunities to be found by those willing and ready to go looking for them. It is complex indeed to some extent this over steel so -tunities created by that if you look at the populations and actually does mean, very large needs for more elderly care for more healthcare on that creates Trump opportunities outside the digital space for workers of all ages when it comes more towards to the reskilling of. Using machines or actually even then eventually programming and developing machines, and other rooms, of course, that is more challenging, but actually and most of all this questions, what came up is that that is less than metal of age and more amid off at tatooed at the heart of the conversation. Lies a paradox. The responsibility for employment and economies usually sits with governments but often it's the large multinational corporations that hold all the power if Amazon decided to automate ninety percent of its currently people powered functions tomorrow, there's probably very little our elected representatives could do about it. And if as likely be corporations, slowly transition certain sectors to full automation of several years help many governments would prioritize such future planning given that the ultimate impact would take effect beyond. They'd Herm in office. The good news is that in many of the discussions that I have with national governments as well. As at e levels. In Brussels, actually, there is a habit of recognition of both the need to digitize more and become more competitive in the in the digital world as well as for the need to reskilling. And quite a lot of proposals are being made to address that unfortunately, that doesn't necessarily mean we are moving fast enough. I actually think we are not. But at least the the debates are happening and progresses starting and actually some nations are even experimenting with with fairly radical things. Like, the universal basic income experiment and Finland the last few months have been take the heavy with political upheaval in the US, the UK and in Europe and the signs adjust that it will only get more chaotic in the months and years ahead. So if business is steering this employment revolution there enough steady hands at the wheel young Mickey. He is optimistic there certainly lead us and good examples to learn from pretty much all topics that are relevant. If you look, for instance, at the need for pushing digitization in a country in any enemy, then even within Europe country like as us is well known for for leading the charge on accepted each and when you look at re-skilling, there's actually a couple of companies that are stepping have to and one public example is for instance, SAP we'll have been deploying a largest scheme to assess what skills they will need in the future that compares to the present. And then developed a plan to actually train ten thousands of employees technology will only ever.
TSA's 'Quiet Skies' Program Tracks, Observes Travelers In The Air
"Former Oakland, Mayor Ron Dellums died of cancer yesterday at the age of eighty-two KCBS has Doug sovereign, says death came as a surprise to many local officials Oakland, mayor Libby shafts seemed full of sorrow even shaken by the passing of one. Of her predecessors Ron Dellums who served just a. Single term at city hall but twenty seven years representing. Oakland and Berkeley and congress with fire and passion, he's always been just an giant in moral leadership he is a homegrown hero Dellums was a fascinating man a west Oakland kid who became a US marine a Black Panther party supporter and a leading voice against the Vietnam war who turned into one of the most powerful men In congress, especially, as, chair, of the House Armed Services committee ten years ago in a conversation at UC Berkeley Dellums, said his political philosophy was inspired by seeing Martin Luther King junior speak I've Cal be, willing, to risk gotta be willing to walk out that you can't play it safe you can't wait until the consensus enforcement say hey folks. I'm leaving to be a leader, means to be willing to, take the risks of controversy mayor shaft says Dellums. Did his, best in a tough time as mayor hit by a recession a garbage strike the killing, of Oscar grant and the riots that triggered his loss is, being felt by those who knew him worked with him and admired him this. Is unstable ING for Oakland Raiders particularly people like. Myself who grew up just inspired by this great man. In Oakland Doug sovereign CBS the secret is out, on a surveillance program that targets airline passengers and to tell us more about it here CBS news correspondent Kris van cleave Federal air marshals are trained, to protect an airliner from a terrorist but. For the first time we're learning about another use of the air marshals program providing. Surveillance of some travelers it's called quiet skies TSA program started in two thousand ten that was expanded. Just last March quiet skies as first reported, by, the. Boston Globe identifies travelers including American citizens that could pose a threat but may not have. Been accused of, a crime and are not on the no fly list undercover air marshals follow, those passengers at airports and on flights taking note of behavior like excessive fidgeting were perspiration or having a cold penetrating stare sources say the marshals observe up to. Fifty travelers a day on domestic flights, if no suspicious behavior is discovered people are removed from the program within ninety days, there is no. Electronic surveillance like wiretaps John pistol was the TSA administrator when quiet skies launched so the whole idea was how can we mitigate, risk, against, known Risks and unknown risk. People who might do something but just haven't come up on anybody's radar, yet do you think it's a good use of your manpower, absolutely not whistle blower Robert McLane is an, air marshal he filed a formal complaint about the program it goes back to what I say over and over, the air marshals job is to protect the cockpit and the pilots let somebody else do the intelligence and criminal investigative, work at he, insists the program's goal is to ensure the safety of passengers and flight. Crews during flight that it is, not intended to survey all ordinary Americans Kris van, cleave and now to SFO were KCBS. Has got Leterrier has the story on a convenient and. Practical way to warm up, if you've left your jacket at home So here we are we've. Walked about three miles to get here where. Are what what terminal are we in I'm totally lost so, we're in terminal two right now we're post security kind of in the center food court area at San Francisco. International airport and here we are in front of this? Good-looking. Vending machine it's. Really got a huge glass window. So you can look and see what you're. Actually getting what why is this unique so this is the first time that our air corps has had a vending machine that actually sells clothing Doug Geico with SFO pointing out the Uniqlo vending machine the first of its kind at the airport the Japanese retailer selling styles of jackets and men's and women's puffy down jackets question is, gender and then, sleeves whether or not you want sleeves fifty bucks, for no sleeves seventy bucks with but would you buy a piece. Of clothing from an airport vending machine Probably yes.
"uniqlo" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Morning I think when you look at this or any of their work entrepreneurial, policy it's important to remember what work is and work as three things work is. Money it's product and its. Meaning and when you're put when you're implementing a policy like this is important to be serious about what are you trying to? Optimize you're trying to make more money or you're trying to make work more meaningful for your. Employees I think what you see with these experiments is not that a four day workweek necessarily makes workers more productive, overall but rather than it improves job, satisfaction it improves meaning for these workers because they're going to spend more time with their. Businesses don't make money they cease to. Exist. Absolutely I'm not saying it makes them less. Productive I'm saying they see there's no sort of silver bullet Happening this academic sort of sense like wouldn't it be. Better at but, how does it affect the bottom line. Yeah I think we saw here is, that it didn't affect the bottom line in New Zealand. Company, it didn't affect the, bottom? Line for Deloitte KPMG it doesn't seem to affect their. Bottom line either but not every company is a consulting company and audit company it's easier for these companies to, infant a four day workweek precisely because a lot of the, work that, you see here is a desk job right you might call you might. Figure out what exactly what you need to do and then you do the, work of the desk job not every word is like that and so you can't. Have a four day workweek. For every single job that exists I grew up in San Antonio Texas and the largest in one of the largest employers there? As USAA the banking institution but they decided long ago was that four days would be good. And do ten eleven hours a day and that that way people would spend less time commuting back and forth and, for banking some people would work Monday, through Thursday some people would work Tuesday through Saturday and then it makes it a job. That everybody wants yeah except this retail. Works. Right you have retailers who retail workers were. Four day weeks that doesn't mean that Uniqlo is only For days that? We, could means that they stagger the work have they done anything about the way in which people. Change their attitudes though if I know I'm working. Four days a week then I am a little, bit more productive I want to get it done I think. It's absolutely possible you know work productivity is a little bit, like ran in sleeping you don't your head doesn't hit the pillow and boom you're, in? Rent it takes time you sort of your thoughts start to meander and then, finally you interim it's the same with work you can't, sit down at the desk and. Immediately enter deep work productivity third downside yes there's downside if there are people who. Are already overworked for those five, days, and you say we'll take that five day productivity and just sort of make do, it in four days that's going to be even more stressful and then there's a lot of companies that just can't do this if you're an executive recruiting Comcast example and you. Constantly have to, take meetings with outside people and suddenly. You say oh I don't take meetings, on Mondays I don't take meetings on Fridays well that's. Really, frustrating to the very. People? You're trying to recruit so it's not as though every. Single company is equally receptive this idea That's Atlantic senior editor Derek Thompson on CBS. This morning Well you've. 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"uniqlo" Discussed on Pop Fashion
"His feet. Joint custody program. Lisa he has figured it out, Roger Federer, whatever, you're smoking. I want some. Oh, man, this this. This man is up business. Oh, he still going to be wearing those Nike tennis shoes. What's oh my gosh. I'm is just brilliant. It's there's brilliant and year. It's all business people. Well, I'm excited to see what he's gonna wear from that. Uniqlo collects with an axe. Yeah. Me too. It's gonna be fun to watch man. Fashion is business. I love it. Sports sports is fashion ashes business the end goodbye. By the transit of property is of being fashion fashioned money. Yeah. That's the end. Transition sentence museum news. This is this is something not to get excited about right now something to get excited four in the Easter. So the Victoria Albert museum in London is planning to adapt. A popular show called Christian Dior Katori a- of dreams it open last year in Paris at a how how do you say the museum of decorative arts? And now it's going to go and be adopted for a UK audience. So the show traces the history of the Christian Dior brand and the impact of Christian Dior and the six artistic directors who followed him. So as you may know, those designers are e Saint Laurent, Mark Bowen gian-franco ferry John Galliano and RAF Simons and Maria Grazia cheery, which is the current creative director do your I don't know if a lot of people know this, but he was head of his brand from nineteen Forty-six until nineteen fifty seven when. He died suddenly of a heart attack. So he had a really short career once his name was well known just about ten years before he died and the brand has lived on since then. More than two hundred couture. Garments will be on display. Blessings fallen down. This of the exhibit will especially considered yours influence on British fashion and culture, including sharing some of his looks from the major runway shows there the show on display in Paris last year had more than seven hundred thousand visitors in six months. I think in terms of attendance, it only beat the Alexander McQueen show that you know, is like the end all be all of museum exhibits fashion at the Vienna. It's going to run from February until July twenty nineteen. So if you're in the UK or planning travel put on your calendar, temporary twenty nineteen it up that Dior show and just take lots of pictures to send to me tag us. I wanna see this. Yeah. Just put a note in your counter to Great Britain. Then go to the museum, and then take a bunch of pictures, and maybe have a snack, and then put them all on social media. And tag us just a small list of today's no pressure. There is no way to transition into this story or gonna talk about juggle owes. No, there's no way to go from Dior to juggle is except for to say, you're going to talk about jugglers except to say, yes, welcome. Juggles everybody strep in. So if you do not know the jug lows there is a rap group called insane clown posse, and the people who are dedicated fans to this group are called jugglers some people, including our government think that they are again, I think of this group as a subculture they are known for a very particular style of makeup and clothing their make up is really what we're going to focus on. And this story it's done at a particular way that looks like a clown, but they use the colors white black and red. So usually it's a white base with black around the eyes maybe around the nose as it turns out jug, lows have stumbled into a means of duping, facial recognition technology. How star possible? I already I'm dislike thank you. Juggle owes for the service. You've done new our great nation facial recognition works by Penn pointing areas of contrast and the human face..
"uniqlo" Discussed on Pop Fashion
"Been a customer for a long time. Because what is the thing that is the most frustrating about for instance, shopping online or shopping in general, it's when you can't find the thing you want or it takes too long, and it's too complicated to check out. Yeah. And to actually buy the thing, right? And so you've got a remove those barriers and as. Analogy advances. You have to keep breaking down. Those barriers entry you need. You can't just have a CIO and have them handle the customer as data points, you need someone who's going to handle the personal aspect of it. It's a really great position. Right. And I liked it too. Because I'm like, oh, there have got to be people out there who are listening in our audience who maybe have a background in not a -sarily HR, but customer experience customer service through thinking about user experience and design their thinking about all these other aspects of fashion that aren't necessarily fashion design. So when you're thinking about fresh jobs new job forget about this new cease week job that we're all gonna get ourselves some jobs as chief customer officer. Just go right from college to the cease. We do not stop him between hire us along the way. Right. Take us with you. But no, I just thought it was interesting that this is a new place where companies are spending money spending are indeed. And they're focusing on this as a way to maintain their customer base. Let's cool. That's really cool nerd ING over. No. The nerdy has to continue. We're gonna talk about a huge break-up that happened this week. Roger Federer dropped Nike. Oh. Oh, right. On the cusp of Wimbledon. Who does that, sir? They have been together since nineteen ninety four. They have been sponsoring this guy. What have you had since nineteen ninety four my teeth? That's about it. Most of them. That's that's that's about it really the contract ended. It wasn't as much as a no more key situation as the contract ended. Instead, he decided to start going out with Uniqlo, my boo my bag, my Uniqlo, if you do not know Roger Federer is a tennis star extraordinaire, he has an arm span that I do not know how it's physically possible. He's arbs go still wide. How is this possible? He's also quite tall. Right. It's supposed to be in proportion. He has this really interesting thing I learned with his wrist that makes it easier for him to hit a tennis ball. It's very fascinating as it like Google gadget. Arm almost like he's able to extend it further than most humans damn creepy. It's also sexy because that. Little trick that you can do with his wrist. It's get him some money by Uniqlo if you were to guess if Lisa just put yourself in this position, you are a male tennis star. You have won twenty grand slams. You just signed with Uniqlo for ten years. How much is your contract? Forty four million dollars. Not even close. Are. You fucking kidding me? Three hundred million dollars three hundred Roger million dollars pocket is that in merch and money. I think they just going to build a room full of cash kind of like duck tales swim. They're just going to build a small nation for Roger Federer is money that is so many Puffer jacket. I don't understand how they're doing this, and they all roll up and fit into one carry on suitcase. That is insane. Okay here. I don't know if you have details on this. But here's something I thought about when I first heard the tweet length news about this. Okay. Roger Federer tennis player Nike is big on footwear. Right. I don't think Uniqlo makes footwear. Oh, lisa. You were. So smart that is the perfect point to bring up they make everything except footwear. So guess who's making his foot wear? Stay. Oh ninety. Yeah. He's going to continue wearing Nike on.
"uniqlo" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"It's it's candle ears it's so lovely it really is for her i hope she's happy with this other woman is just a dog that tennis player monogrammed towels to that's right wait what victoria beckham has fourteen engagement rings i knew he gives her i guess she only wears her rings that she gets from david beckham apparently she's been getting she gets a beautiful ring every year for their anniversary lovely yeah with sons said because they're on shows version under left ring that it's sending her engagement hands so she is fourteen engagement rings oh for crying out loud she just has she's been stockpiling up the jewelry could for her yeah so what did we learn today bracelets are hard to wear forgives by your your people earrings rings or necklaces bracelets are a tough one johnny that's just for you if you rings are always rings they really are so hard earrings for the most yeah roger federer has left nike for a ten year three hundred million dollar sponsorship with a company called unique unique low clothing yeah yeah it's pretty shocking that he left nike but you gotta turn your million from uniqlo i would leave too weird spelling q l o i always call it i've seen it is he wearing these instead of nike right now wimbledon yeah i'll have to check it out it gave a ten year contract to a thirty seven year old tennis player no one believed g q story when they reported at a few weeks ago allow he warned his sat in seventy nine minutes what else we have a queen elizabeth's minor cold calls government ministers to what wargame her death well they're getting all the obits ready to go in case that this is the one that puts her under monja it it was a member last year the guardian printed that long detail of what happens when the big charles comes in with an abc announces enemy louis charles where her body lies in state it'll be huger deal be all over to revisit it once a year maybe to make sure that they know the protocol that's so macau well of course it is well i know i mean it's that's the way it's been done i think there's a lag time between the monarch's death and win the next person yes yes yes you're right about that you're right gte had need when i started there was this big guilt of privilege obviously well she covers vogue magazine and shields very bogey and it's the you know but it's only the aug issue september september australia well it's still it's huge huge in sgp looks gorgeous and a swimming suit and the daily mail the day did you see her she looked down here on the beach you didn't care.
"uniqlo" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast
"I feel like krista golden is really bringing the story into a cohesive manner because i know they've brought chris to go to non after all the books that they've written and they're helping with the story but it's like when disney bought picks her is sort of using picks are story department for other places i feel like wizard is really getting a cohesive story and they're kind of looking at where have they fallen to start on the story and really pushing it forward but she like a fan book person before then or she always been a writer or form but she's been a writer for them and for the company i think she did engineer diablo diablo i think she did witcher no oh my friends shale while listen oh could you imagine a what you're three dr blow game she wrote and then they hired christiaan to help with the story for how i feel like i know that they've been planning about off rather for a long time but i'm also going to bet that maybe they started working with christy as soon as they found out that medicine was retiring they probably were trying to find who could help replace that an officially christie might not have been officially working for blizzard started working for blizzard things ready because you can really tell a cohesive story i liked that they have now have a team for horde end for alliance so definitely check out this comic it's free the other thing that's happening is i saw this from alissandria that there is a clothing company uniqlo in their party was blizzard and they have a new summer line of clothing.
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"Best time for the download on chicago business sponsored by signature bank here seven twenty wgn i'm justin kauffman well tonight let's talk retail we never talk retail in this segment and not just any retail running retail on the historic mag mile what a history what a challenge if you're a small business you may think twice about setting up shop in the historic district high rent in a rut of retail make it hard to stand out even for the big dogs but surprisingly that hasn't stopped some of the big international retailers for jumping in head first the japanese clothing store uniqlo has opened up in chicago two years ago now bringing their men's and women's clothing kids clothing as well to michigan avenue uniqlo seems to be bucking the digital trend opening a brick and mortar stores all over the world here in chicago they compete for shoppers across the water tower and kitty corner to top hat h h and all the other big chains so how difficult is it to compete with mega chains and also vie for customers in a landscape that shifting away from shop ping corridors and going more digital was how important is customer service so many questions i have for my guest in studio victoria simpson she's the general manager at uniqlo and she they just opened two years ago at eight thirty north michigan victoria thanks for being here thanks for having i'm very interested in this conversation because you know to think we're neighbors i mean here on the trip towered four hundred eight hundred but but i mean this is such an interesting place to do business because the clientele that comes here is a lot of his appointment people coming downtown shop there's almost a throwback to what retail used to be like what's it like to do business on michigan avenue so i it's actually really exciting we get a wide array of customers from all over the world also local customers so the.
"uniqlo" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"What would you say of course yeah win win at what point do you think any point honestly even the fact that it's already half it i still think it's fucking weird if i told you the final fancy fifteen was going to collaborate with half life that's where i is a bridge too far yeah but it happened all my god did did it's no yeah essentially thing for the pc version of thomas so this okay yeah just gonna keep going this one makes more sense right square trying to square but yeah i just met his game the gift keeps getting together we'll never stop coming office last time blade was when i beat it yeah yeah come back in this none of this is wet your whistle what if there's a crash what if they did crash no no even crash a crash bandicoot womp side i'm west i'm done with fifteen okay did you joy i didn't joy it i wish it was better but i enjoyed it okay well that's really depressing it's depressing and you wait ten years or something in it isn't finished jer sure keep finishing all the parts i don't want them to go down this rabbit hole well i was gonna say place so when do you think you became you got over the surprise and shock of them doing these weird things then these weird partnerships i mean i'm still shocked 'cause i remember when for me it was peace walker granted i know nami not that but i think in the same here's how japanese companies run their games like when peace august putting mountain dew shirts in there and the calorie mate and all that jazz like in like there was some uniqlo shirts and stuff like that that was really like oh wow like they're not afraid to clown around even when the crazy tax monster hunter stuff in there.
"uniqlo" Discussed on Recode Replay
"Did she wear it or not a lot of retailers no sell through rate like so stitch fix knows that you now are per had purchased three items of clothing from the box that you received but they're not going to know if you end up wearing those items how many times you wear them did you love it did you like it or was it just okay so sometimes you might have a high sell through rate as a retailer on a specific style very low loyalty but you are also saying to retailers you don't need as many items so because one of the predicated on selling more and you're seeing reuse the same clothing over and over again yeah i think that we by way too much stuff rent the runways very simple we're trying to get customers to buy less stuff so you go that is what the value set of this business is and when you do buy stuff by better invest in products from nordstrom that actually you'll have five years from now or ten years from now stop shopping at h m stop shopping at cheap stores that are producing things with you know cheap labor that are just going to sit in the back of your closet anyway my uniqlo sweater couple of years i have an amazing dry cleaner keeps patching it up dry cleaning 'cause you're you're not a fan and that is a pathetic story i'm full of them.
"uniqlo" Discussed on Pop Fashion
"And friends just a tip for all of you out there planning the shopping options at airports, no pressure. Well, and that's where a lot of the vending machines are coming into where it's like the vending machine for beauty products vending machine for Uniqlo jackets. So smart Uniqlo. Leases in the spent a long time since I've been oh, you don't clouds, but like two months, I'm going to be. All right. Like you're writing from the bow of a ship. It's been two months since I've seen my love. I'm writing from the trenches of a war zone. I long to hear your soft music and Super Dry clothing. I long to just run my hands over all the folded T shirts. Anyway. Choked up. She's looking very wistful. About to bite. My best the universal symbol for angst. Anyway, get me a man who shops at the Uniqlo. Anyway, pullback girl. Tell me other another news story I like to call this story. Just when you think it could get worse. Many thanks to all for sending the story on. There was an article by Bloomberg this week called America's retail apocalypse is really just beginning. You know, all this stuff we've been going through. Honey, it's a preamble wait for what's about come down the line. Oh, great. This is fine. Here's what's happening right now. Consumer confidence is high unemployment is low and the US economy is growing and all of those elements would historically mean retail. We'd be doing very well. But what's happening right now is everything is taking everything is awful. And that is because of debt what does article states is that yet Amazon is a huge competition from places and yet millennial shopping is changing from products to experiences, but the big thing that's about to come to a head is that retailers are in so much debt. And that is coming up do and we're talking about billions of dollars. They are predicting that even healthy stores are right on the edge. And that has the potential to tank the US economy craft and the past retailers were able to avoid bankruptcy for a while because they just kept refunding thing. But the market has. Changed and in the past year. Investors are reconsidering loans to retailers Bloomberg. Specifically mentioned the amount of debt that is coming do and five years. So we've talked about it before we talked about it last week when we're discussing Clair's I thought they were two million dollars in debt because I read an article wrong and you're like, oh, no two billion. We've talked about it with J crew in the past. They are five billion dollars in debt and we've been talking for a while about twenty nineteen debts coming up twenty twenty one debts coming up. It is upon us my child it is right here. And that's exactly what this piece was saying that the headliners on this twenty nineteen twenty twenty one because everything's coming up. Do. This is this still I'm so proud with delete that part this perfect because you're right. We've been studying this for long enough that we kind of knew like we always when we're doing these stories. I was always like you'll never believe how much debt they are in the reality is it's not just one place, and it's not just one company that struggling it's that even the healthy places. Have these big loans? What was it? I said at one point if you need to feel better about your student loans or your own credit card debt, just look at any retail store..
"uniqlo" Discussed on Short Story Long
"Like that's crazy so he came to la mellos in la with me in he michael uniqlo sunny like you need to link up with them i take this opportunity is like no dude no way like i i he's not going to answer means i can remember mieno like duties asking about you like just call him so i remember i stopped the car on santa monica and was like yo i'm not moving until you call sunny so we call sunny in a a woman picks up the phone and he's like hey marshmallow like i hear a great things about you yahya and he's like you know i'm i'm here with strict interviewing him and he goes music yo is katie couric what's whose katie couric like screw weeks ago as well he's friend though my name is a porn charges added another rbi hit occurred he's like to its katie couric on the phone i'm like okay so then he's talking and she's like you know hopefully one day i'm going to be sitting here interviewing you and he gets off the phone in you know sunny's ago melo a call you later bro whatever and it gets off the phone is like yoder's using a live interview with katie couric and she picked up his phone and he's like do you think it's going at posted now zinc no way do they're not gonna fucking close yeah they're not they're not gonna poses video of you like calling in interrupting their thing a fucking week later the the front of yahoo yahoo has this interview a screw looks in katie and this phone call is in this video so all of a sudden we're getting blown up because once grilling when katie picks up the phone it says chris marshmallow on uh on on the phone and it's on the cameras so katie because oath chris marsh while calling and then from there like all the internet detectives like we got our first blues clue like we're we know it's a guy named chris like we're going in like you know trying to figure it out.
"uniqlo" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Fierce competition from fast fashion retailers i gagen emin uniqlo now wall street will head into this final day of the week after a selloff yesterday it was the second worst day for stock so far this year with the dow's sinking two hundred seventy four points as blue chip walmart disappointed with its profit outlook nasdaq lost almost hooper senate cisco systems weighed on tech stocks with a warning shrinking sales are we are sp futures this morning turning positive just by applying but round the green side of the ledger here nasdaq futures picking up about twelve we have dow futures also higher by one point with your money report i'm steve potus with bloomberg business news radio eleven twenty km away cable eggs zoos time is five twenty it is the business travelers reports with accuweather meteorologist deemed of war and dean let's discuss the number of things for and low what's happening around the country but also this is a travel weekend for people making it to see the tolls solar eclipse i agree a lotta travel going to that and i'm sure a lot of folks heading to our neck of the woods here because of the fact that were so close to totality in terms the eclipse here in lots of talking about so it folks are traveling it looks like an showers and thunderstorms round in up in the great lakes some severe weather today now some heavy thunderstorms in the northeast with some flooding downpours replying in in the new york city are either could be some heavy delays there and temperatures still warm out west but not the heat that we saw a couple of weeks ago sky cover forecast ford monday there's still really good areas of the country that will see the unobstructed amount the the sky that would be up in in the northeastern looks like down to words texas but we're still concern taken the shower thunderstorm chance out for.
"uniqlo" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"It's very a x not this one of those new thing that's not overrated it's really they've of food is very delicious it's a little disarming because you've dear drinking if they can just taste intensely like tomato and yet it's clear exactly of it's a little app mind trick to see something so clarify from this pulpy kind of foaming mass and then yet that perfect then here and then thing is tom's going to keep the party that's inside that towel and we're gonna use that to oeur haste for laid we already finished the martini recipe really sure you've got the water and then what then you choose your vodka your agenda wagner is going to give you a more intense tomato flavor aginst gonna alter the flavor loving emma jin guy and then you simply make a martini like you would normally not too much removed you don't want to alter it and then i like to garnish with johnny drop ups us another good times could flowering all summer long now go out to your sidewalk in your front garden picked some you've been tried cracks and and yeah just service straight up in a in a little more uniqlo unifil alright mr retro what about so i think we're going to make a little on the pizza that southern france pizza with that tornado pulled than he hasn't been a cook it down a little bit a tiny bit of sugar or honey if you don't want ugo fresh tagan basil olive oil could that don't very slowly teed it makes a nice nicely will pace very tasty beautiful tomato fleet will be done on the bottom of the pizza crust and then anchovies live ensure amine live ensure freshness of his role the one you can buy installing the canukus produced brownfield and chile's right on top beautiful black olives all these was olives on top of that and then put the peace on the oven when it's almost don ready to go at the last minute diesel and a bit of all evil and some fresh basil right on top and suv that as in the pettai's we are getting so far away from catch up or just blowing behind families mind is.
"uniqlo" Discussed on Pop Fashion
"The average consumer is left behind either way is the average US consumer going to want to pay more for a pair of jeans really know because they've gotten so used to paying rock bottom prices ever since the recession as part of this one thing you have to know that's happened is a couple of weeks ago in the middle of February Trump met with a number of retail CEO's to talk about this. He invited very large companies including target and best buy to talk about the border adjustment tax proposal in that meeting. Trump told executives, quote, my administration remains very focused on the issues that will encourage economic growth. He went on to talk about plans to slash regulations and overhaul. The tax codes. So it's not clear if Trump really supports the border adjustment idea. We don't know if it's him personally versus the Republican party as a whole it was put forth by congressional Republicans and Trump called it, quote too complicated. It's estimated that the tax plan would generate more than one trillion dollars and revenue for the federal government. Now, the c o of the national retail federation said that if the border adjustment tax goes through it would be quote, a new national sales tax that federation is looking at this as another tax on people who are purchasing. Listen, it goes on because as a turns out this border adjustment tax is the linchpin of the entire tax plan because it's supposed to bring in so much money. It was supposed to make up for areas that we're going to lose money. It was supposed to offset other tax cuts being proposed. Some people aren't support of it. Some people want this tax. Including GE and Boeing they're supportive of the plan because it would Lovell the playing field for them and other American exporters and other important note to this Uniqlo had its life where event in New York last week. So it shows off clothes from its line. It's usually held in Tokyo. It was held in New York for the first time a March twenty sixth. They did this huge marketing effort, they brought him prostate show off these clothes and WW D said quote Uniqlo was mounting a full court press to show how important the US market is to the retailers future growth that happened. And then a few days later Uniqlo's president came out and said this it's a little confusing as to where things are right now. But I could see how retailers are very nervous about this tax plan and saying listen, if this happens, we're just gonna pull out it just we're not gonna play. Yeah. It seemed like the natural place for a Uniqlo to continue to expand would be the United States with. Stores in New York and in the Washington area, and in Chicago, but political changes change the way worldwide businesses think about the next steps are going to take. So maybe this was a warning of this is all the life wear. You're not going to be able to get your hands on if you put these taxes on the shit, and I can answer your question from the beginning of this segment. The reason why you're not finding Uniqlo products in some cities is because it performs really well in urban areas and does not perform well and suburban areas I so they're very picky about where they're putting their stores. Okay. Well, I live in a very urban area that also has no need for Puffer jacket. And maybe it's the double edged sword there like we would be a fit if Uniqlo just made like swimsuits, which would be a great idea y'all just saying true, stay in the US. Please make me zoos and some Asian. Yes. That is inflammation. What this is all about me. Okay. Let's get to the thing y'all been hanging onto your teeth because I've been dying to talk about this. Tell me tell me y'all been hanging on by your toenails because he all got on the Twitter meter the other day and told us the general lines is leaving J crew..