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"schiaparelli" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime
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"schiaparelli" Discussed on Konsulatet Poddar
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"schiaparelli" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion
"That have already recruited the knitting pattern could have it made or knitting yourself. Okay reach out to. She didn't stop it. Sweaters of course but offered a variety of other items for the active women including the most delightfully fun beach pajamas and even swimsuits. Which women's wear daily reported swimsuits were accompanied by crocheted berets or sailor hat. So maybe not swim. Wear to get actually in the water but maybe so actually fashionable at the beach. Yeah this is what we're doing right. Yeah and immediately took off in her. Business continued to expand by nineteen thirty one. Her business occupied a large part of figgy the building located at for visual pay and women's for daily dedicated a full page article on scap under the headline cutrier's count saying quote now. The firm occupies a large part of the building with attractive salons on the second floor done in white with touches of black and white colors and such unusual details as ropes slung along the walls from which suspense samples of woolens gay scarves and an odd sweater or two. Although the business has far extended beyond mere sports clothing also in nineteen thirty two wins for daily says skip really is announcing a new shop on the regular pay which will be a separate entity for her main establishment. In this new place. She will carry a few ready made garments scarfs necklaces and bags at prices which may be slightly lower than her major salon so again so different from the haute couture houses right on the established bit nineteen 1931 was also the year vo commented on scalise meteoric ascendancy to an international leader in fashion in a very short period They say in three short years cappelli and sport have almost synonymous to all followers fashion. The article really provides fascinating insights into her design process. They talk about how. She's not hampered by any Dress making traditions. They say quote. She possesses a strong sense of color as well as many ideas she makes it bold attack on fabrics. The conventions of cut hell no restraint for her. The result was smart unusual individual close to have a practical side as well and no stigma of eccentricity which i think is hilarious because obviously the one thousand nine hundred schiaparelli. We know about to happen in terms of the scope rally. They also talk about how she creates all her models herself and supervise her salons where they say she can be found working her studio or attending a fitting. She's really hands on at this point in her career and she's you can see how and why her business is so successful because she's part and parcel almost every single process. Yeah and and she was a little bit older at this point. We must point out that she was in her late thirties when she first got her start at the encouragement of paul paret so by nineteen. Thirty two scapula's haute couture house ahead spread to be eight italian as with four hundred employees and by nineteen thirty five can had busted the seams of her former location and she needed larger premises so she moved just a little bit further down the street. And around the corner to twenty-one plafond dome and the site of her house at twenty one von dome is the site of early to this very very day and cast. You have heard me say in our regular listeners have heard me say that if i had one holy grail of fashion that i would like to own some day it is a garment or a scarf or a hat or something escape. Scalise that is made from her signature newspaper print. Well did you know that. This newspaper print which is like a collage kind of type situation of newspapers. Stacked on top of each other. It was actually created out of all the press clippings which were covering her move to her new headquarters at twenty one class so this is so cheeky and it so scavarelli and this makes me love it so so the couture house and the ready-to-wear boutique for schiaparelli in its modern. Incarnation is still at twenty one von dome today the house of course was relaunched in two thousand twelve and they were able to kind of get the lease on their former address which is just amazing. Incredible to be lake. Go there too. Yeah and so. They don't occupy the entire building like they did at that time. The main area are on the upper floors and the Italia's are incredibly located towards the rear of the building on the upper floors as well and we just want to send a very very special. Thank you to. Paul declared for the really lovely tour that he gave us. When we were in paris this was an incredibly special treat as a scap fan and as a fashion historian to you know. Just kinda like get our wander around these hallowed halls in my mind really so highlife. Thank you paul. thank you so much. Polly was such such a treat and a pleasure especially to get to see the ready to wear collection and a couple of okafor pieces up close. Absolutely yeah it was so cool and we of course lots of pictures in front of the scap rally. What do you call that april an umbrella that they have outside the boutique front awning on that says stop rally. I'm so it's at twenty one plaza dome where we end paid tour so hopefully it makes sense to you why we started at the very end of the street now because we had to stop we had in the tour whisks caporale because she was literally the future of fashion in so many ways and her moving from the rule pay really heralded the beginning of the end for the repaid claim as the most fashionable street in the world. I'm today it's really the plaza von dome. Not the pay that houses. The likes of you know. Today's most oath lex fashion brands. Because if you walk around you will see dior louis vuitton chanel scap rally who all have boutiques italians in the plaza. Dome plaza not to mention the ritz paris. Which is located just around the way eight is one of the most expensive hotels probably in the entire world. I think the cheapest room at the ritz starts at fifteen hundred dollars and goes up to something like thirty five thousand per night. So this holy moly. I think that does it for us today. dress listeners. We hope that you enjoyed our first. Ever walking tour part one and hearts to may you ruminate on the actual business of shopping. Next time you get dressed. If you'd like to reach out to us on email you can email us at dress. To iheartmedia dot com. Where of course always posting images on our instagram handle address underscore podcast. There's also translate to facebook address. Podcast without the underscore. Yeah and do you live and another city where you think that you have a street that might deserve addressed fashion history walking tour. If so let us know again you can reach out to us at any of the handle set cast just mentioned has always to our producers casey peg rim holly fry and everyone else that iheart.
"schiaparelli" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion
"Tour of peck lee. Yes as just and we had so much fun. That apparently i will admit. Apparently i just can't let the fun. Go because i still have not unpacked one of my suit and it's you know my suitcase never even arrived. We'll maybe a little bit about that. Yeah we were actually there like ultimately for over two weeks and cassidy. Suitcase never came the entire time and as everyone kept pointing out to me. It's like others worst places to have to shop to refill your suitcase or your wardrobe. So i did a little bit of shopping although not as much as i would have hoped because i'm very particular with the things i purchase But yeah we had such a blast. I mean we keep talking about this but it's just insane. I think it's been over three years. Since our travel agent extraordinary laura hart reached out to us and said hey you know i'm starting this new business like mine travel and i think it'd be really cool if you went to some destination with your listeners. And you and i are lake. That is an excellent idea. Yes so hopefully we will continue to do this and paris was just i stop so i guess kind of what we wanted to do. Today is just speak a little bit about the trip where we where what we saw some of our favorite parts and yeah i mean i don't where do we even start was as a fashion capital of the world. Right i mean. I do wanna professes. Episode was saying that we did travel responsibly. Obviously these are very unprecedented times. We've actually canceled the trip twice because of everything that's been happening in the world with cove. Ed we did a lot of research before we even remotely considered going to france. We all had to have our vaccinations. We had to get kovic tested before we even set foot on the airplane. And then actually in france which i think is maybe an interesting way to start this episode april. France has this very specific health past system or past sanitaire in which you cannot even go into museums restaurants excetera without proving that you negative cova tasma past seventy two hours or your vaccination proof of vaccine and then it actually changed while we were there. We kind of even use our vaccination cards. We just had to get the cova testing so it's still a little bit of a volatile situation. The very first day we had lunch in paris we actually were a block away from thousands of people protesting the health pass and it was. It was quite funny because all of a sudden. They're this huge group of probably like forty riot police in full riot gear on the block fronting down for sitting outside on the sidewalk. And they're like running behind me like a foot behind me and one of them just yells bought apetit but as we've talked about to. It's very very much part of the french. Dna to protest straight. It's kind of part and parcel to their performance of democracy there so super interesting To witness and to be in france at this time but we still had quite an amazing time. Did we not. We certainly did so. Perhaps we should just kind of jump into what it is that we were up to so our guest joined us and the evening when everyone i arrived we had a lovely little cocktail reception. That was put on by our hotel which was about as parisian. And as charming as you can get and we were actually in the mamata pigalle neighborhood and we're staying at this place called maison naby and the breakfast fred alone. That they put on every morning was pretty incredible. I don't khorasan's. I literally do not eat croissants like i would never put that as my favorite breakfast or anything but i ate croissant. Every flip in morning. Because what else are you supposed to. Their pastries are so so good. Yeah we had that lovely cocktail hour. We gotta meet everybody. Who's been with us. Many of them had been with us since the very first time. We announced that. We're doing this tour so it was just a treat to meet some of you. Our listeners and person for the first time i mean as we've talked about so many times. I am in my upstairs bedroom and new mexico and april. You are in my apartment in brooklyn clementina snoring on the chair next to you while we're recording so this is our usual working method and like i pretty much talk almost every single day about like various things pertaining to the show or whatnot but we kind of record in chelsea slow like once a week so this is this is our methods so we got to see all of you in person i r. l. And in that was really cool for us. It was super cool and then the next morning we woke up and started the dress tour of paris which the very first stop was on the historic shopping. Street of paris wants the most luxurious shopping street and the world an international destination of glitter ati of society. The pays so we're not gonna go into too much detail because we actually are going to offer this as an episode coming up. I believe next week so we can take us through the ruutel. Pay tour of your ever in france and you want to us tour by yourself. You can take our episode with you. We had so much fun doing that. Yeah for sure. And we say hey. Let me just throw a couple of names here in terms of like the fashion history points. That were touching on like we went to the house of worth we went to the hasselbeck. Can we went to also scalper rallies original location and then just around the corner to the location that she moved to in the nineteen thirties where schiaparelli and this cafarelli couture house are still located today and just a little side now. We would like to thank you. Everyone at schiaparelli for welcoming in cats and i A few days before everyone arrived for a little private tour. So thank you also much. Yeah that was really really cool. We got see pieces from the latest haute couture collection which in my personal opinion has been one of the best. It was so so cool to see these pieces in person and then many pieces of the ready to wear line and then also you know like they have this whole section you walk by and it's perfume bottles and You know scalise stark perfume bottles and just like it's so cool to be there and imagine what it would have been like from the nineteen thirties. Onward yes and we'll talk about that in the middle of episode coming up as well. So do you wanna talk a little bit about some of the destinations perhaps like one in particular that was originally located on the russillo pay and then we took a little side. Jot actually visit the archive. 'cause they're shop is no longer on the russillo pay but cast we wanna talk a little bit about develop wa. Yeah so we actually did this the first week. We did something different the second week but it was so gracious of develop. They actually invited us to not only their but into their archive to see the pieces and their collection from this very historic fan making shops. So it's actually the oldest fan maker in paris in existence to this day the company originated. And we'll talk about this when the riddle a paid tour again but jean-pierre davila created this fan shop in eighteen twenty seven and in two thousand and ten michel magnon elouise geel and raphael abode relaunched this historic house and. It was actually a louise who invited us. Thank you so much to your incredible team which included johanna who gave us this archive tour april. I'm dying to know. Because you and i went separately. What were some of your favorite fans..
"schiaparelli" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion
"I started kindergarten muscle because i loved going but yeah i loved the third department of course but i love the bride alter part and i love the couture department and jewelry department in the military departments. But that's jamal in every single dressing room. There was a copy of vogue and bazaar magazine. And i had never seen a fashion magazine before because my mother was an athlete and much more interested in sports than she was in fashion. And so we didn't have any in my house and is really kind of fascinating. That according to what i heard from my father and i heard from lots of people who Worked at the store when is younger and they would tell me stories about how how. I was sitting there all the time going through page by page a vote. Asthma was called harper's bazaar in those days and doing an eyeing warning over the clothes and my collection began because my dad's clientele were the boards and the dodgers and the stamos on motive wives. They would see this little girl who i did look like shirley temple done and i had picked just robots and they thought i was darling adorable and they started sending me gifts of their couture. There could tour which was seldom mourn and on occasion. Never been worn couture. Ns how might election of fifteen thousand pieces began your two and a half dozen e. This is what i'm saying. Destiny you know this. This collection was being amassed before you could even read or write or even read those fashion magazines that you were looking out as broke and herpes bazaar magazine were my picture books. I've mother goossens. I looked at all the pictures. I didn't know i was looking at but when i was older by the time i got to be six seven eight years old. I recognize names that i had seen over and over again like chanel and schiaparelli and had to cads man. Luce i mean does names. I had no idea who they were. But they became very recognizable to me. Because i had seen them in these magazines for years and by the time was seven and eight. My dad had in nineteen forty six. He left raw six and he opened his own breer. Someone which was a block away from the cost troll center which was the detroit institute of arts and the main branch of the detroit library and i had my dad. Take me to the library. And i would ask though brian i was saying i want books about stash. Mother were jenny. There were books about arms and armour but there was nothing about couture or high tashin or the gifts that these people were sending me had labels. That's had the names that were in the magazines like chanel. Schiaparelli et cetera. Pets you and i wanted to know who these people were. And so there was no way of me finding out. this happened. Diana's moses as the years went by and as you know or you're very young as you don't know all the market does flooded with fashion books. Today that began in the mid eighties before net. There was really nothing to read. There were books like scavarelli. Wrote a book. How shocking and louis nash. A wrote a book called Talking through my hats or whatever it was. I'm sorry if i've got the title ross. Right but always rate books. I have in my library. Those were you know their memoirs is what i was finding but it wasn't finding anything to teach about the history of fashion.
"schiaparelli" Discussed on The Face Radio
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"schiaparelli" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"To say lionel. Would you do me a favor and helped me on with us please. You put your left arm in okay. This goes on my left lane here and that one run right les now. How do i look. You look chick real chick. Help me out with my coat now. Okay wait a minute what you think you should wear your parachute over your topcoat danny. Are you ready. can i come in. Oh surely the homeless dadan. Oh well danny i see. You're all dressed for the plane. Yeah how do i look. Well don't look now but you're ripcord is showing anyhow why we're parachute hotel. Why wear we're going down in the elevator. On danny kaye. You're about the most jittery man i ever saw will. I can't help it. Idiot runs in the family. Well sure my father always had a fear of high attitudes. He'd get a nose bleed every time. He stood on the thick carpet. Father really like that. Oh yeah yeah yeah. He was afraid of water to it. Wouldn't even get into the bathtub unless there was a lifeguard sitting in the soapdish. You must have had it soapdish in your house. Line was the small lifeguard. Saying danny when you get the washington bickel brush elbows with some dignify dignitaries in potential potentates g. Supposing him at an island with duke who would you say or that easy lionel. I say your lordship. That's very good. Dan and what would you say to his wife your ladyship and how would you address in edinburgh your flagship. Sure and the admirals wife is your battleship. Only getting the. I know how to act if i meet someone from the french embassy. I bow from the waist and say look what inclusion where pleasure. No that sounds good but what does it mean. I don't know who cares anyway. What would you say if you met the chinese ambassador to china china china china chinese a moral choice in all know that means what it sounds like. I'm too young to listen. Harry hello eve say danny. What's that big package. You've got out in the hall wrapped up and blue paper and pink ribbons. Oh that's a little gift. I'm taking the somebody in washington little gift. it's huge. what is it danny machine. I bought last week. I i'm going to present it to the secretary of agriculture dan. The secretary of agriculture doesn't want a milking machine look easy. Let's be that up to him. Shall we let me ask you one. Thing danny kaye. Have you ever seen a cow in washington known. I've never seen one in philadelphia. But i got milk in both places i think. That's a very brilliant and thoughtful gift. Then of course the secretary may think you're a little nuts but it's still very thoughtful. Thank you a milking machine to the secretary of agriculture. Too bad. you're having got an ray machine so you can take it to the secretary of the interior. That would be silly. But i think my gift is very appropriate. I even wrote a little to go with it. Would you like to hear it no now. Let's try that again shall we. Would you like to hear now. that's fine. I'll read it to the secretary of egg if the supply to lag attached. This machine and you're cows will come clean. Why should you be left holding the bag. Hey let's let me try to make up one. go ahead. there's sake of a what's here in this bag ain't no schiaparelli designed. But any dressed in it will do best in it and she'll look simply though that's not bad but how about something like this. If you're a looks blue to you won't say mood. You and milking time makes her shudder attached this machine. She'll be more then studied by jill. Isn't that lovely. I had cow. Silk mill dream cream utter lip. Dan you better get to the airport. You've got to pick up your tickets and everything. Okay the final. You take my overcoat machine in my bag okay. What's oh i forgot to tell you. Heat the milking machine away from the cowhide january twenty seven nineteen forty-five the danny kaye show continues in three minutes on classic radio theater. This is charles. 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"schiaparelli" Discussed on Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™
"At a point in the year 1719 Mars was in opposition opposition is the time when a planet is in the exact opposite position in the sky the Sun. So just think the sun is behind us and the planet is directly in front of us all lined up. It's during these times that the planet whether it's Mars Jupiter Etc wage that that planet will appear at its largest and brightest in the sky now opposition's happen all the time and because of the way some orbit they get closer to Earth than at other times today when these occur astronomers love it and chances are when you hear about an upcoming one on the news with one of the planets. You probably try to check it out for yourself. If you remember it's a really cool phenomenon today. We have the benefit of Knowledge from all of the Pathfinders and Technology to know why these things occur And when they will So try to imagine how people in the past without that benefit, but with their imaginations and superstitions viewed these events and it's a 2005 book Mars a tour of the human imagination author Eric s rabkin wrote concerning that time in 1719 opposition brought us closer to Earth than it had been in about three hundred years and closer than it would be again until August 2003. The public experienced hot Panic Mars appeared so large and so red and the black night sky that it was taken by some to be a threatening comment off by others to be an ominous inverted replay of the Star of Bethlehem. As we moved later into the 17 hundreds German British musician and self-taught astronomers Sir William Herschel who also happened to discover Uranus OK wage. That's the obligatory Uranus joke. I know it's pronounced Uranus, okay. That's how to get that out of the way. Sir William Herschel through his own telescopes studies the night sky night after night Herschel and his sister studied the night sky inch by inch and especially Mars. He deduces that the white areas of Mars are made of ice polar ice caps that partially melted in the spring and summer. He concludes that the dark areas were oceans and the lighter red areas were land. He became convinced that Mars had an atmosphere and a was so much like Earth that it most likely had an Earth-like environment. In an address to the Royal Society. He said in part Mars has a considerable but modest atmosphere so that its inhabitants. Probably enjoy life situation in many respects similar to our own world. And later Publications. However, he repeatedly made reference to the idea that living beings resided on the sun and every other planet. He was like, why else would God hang the Skywalk celestial bodies without populating them? The belief in martians doesn't stop there. Oh, no it grows as we progress into the 18000s telescope technology progresses as well. And here is where things really get interesting. In 1877 Italian astronomer Giovanni Schiaparelli observe Mars in Milan with good weather and during several occasions that he described as moments of absolute atmospheric calm as if a dense Vale were removed from the surface of the planet. He saw new streaks and lines and spots and Mark he referred to these features in Italian as Canali, which can translate in English as Channel something naturally formed but it was instead translated to canals which are artificial waterways constructed for irrigation or water vehicles. Now historians say this translation blunder was spurred because of the excitement over the new Suez Canal which had just completed and opened in a 69 upon a mall Canal was in the works, too. So with this one word the implication is that someone had to have built all those canals on Mars. So it would have to have faith in life. Oh intelligent life Mars War red blood invasion. In 1894 electrical engineer and inventor and Pioneer of Wireless technology Sir. William Henry priests proposed that it might be possible to communicate with Mars in his address at the Society of Arts. He said one cannot help speculating as to what may occur through planetary space strange mysterious sounds are heard on all along telephone lines when the earth is used as a return especially in the calm Stillness of night. Any of the planets be populated with beings like ourselves having the gift of language and the knowledge to adapt the great forces of nature to their wants then if they can oscillate am instead of electrical energy to and fro and telegraphic order. It would be possible for us to hold, you by telephone with the people of Mars from Earth. In the 1890s American astronomer and businessman Percival Lowell built his own observatory in Arizona initially for the further study of Mars and he went off in on the theory that these streaks were in fact canals and that Mars was dying and that the Martians in desperation had constructed a planet-wide irrigation system using melted polar ice cap water Mars last month Source. He spent fifteen years studying Mars and after a Mars opposition in 1907 was sure that that system of canals had grown. He wrote three books about it and newspapers and magazines wrote articles about it further fueling The public's imagination. In 1897 inspired by local author HG Wells wrote the science fiction novel The War of the Worlds took about an invasion of England by aliens from Mars. During the astronomical opposition of 1894 when Mars is closer to Earth than usual several observatories spot flashes of light or explosions on the surface of Mars over several nights months later. 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"schiaparelli" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast
"We. . Add talking to Daniel rose spree who for one year and three months has been the designer at scalp rally in Paris. . which actually makes him one of the new standard bearers of couture and the seems like a very interesting moment to be talking about couture with Daniel Apart from the fact that he has many interesting opinions. . I. . Is this seems to me a moment when. . People of. . Reassessing fashion at people have people looking at a people are searching for new ways to on lake fashion relevance and give it meaning on. . Make it sustainable <hes>. . and. . These and other issues to a very large degree. . Addressed by couture implied unexpected ways. . So. . Daniel Welcome. . And I would. . Like to ask you right off the bat, , what did a couture mean to you in your? ? Evolution, , as a designer. . Did to me for missile that. . <hes> I think it. . It meant to me probably what it means to everybody who studies or loves fashion it was really. . kind of the goal of fantasy I always have visions of Lakota <unk>. . That kind of even like Carl from the ninety s like that was when I really started to notice fashion and it was through couture that I became obsessed with fashion but it was really I would say probably this idea of fantasy that this. . Unreal. . Level of luxury in beauty that was almost like beyond a human level in a way that was meant to me. . And you were. . Working fashion for how many years. . ULTA GASOL, , this'll be my. . Eleventh twelve. . Year? ? Yes when did couture? ? Assert itself as sort of you know fantasy fodder for you. . Say it again. . To to assert itself as this kind of. . Fantasy fodder for you when did you? You ? were working for Tom Brown? ? For let time on. . On, , very, , very rigorous ready to wear that really shifted the boundaries ready to. . Right. . Right. . I mean. . Tom My experience Tom was so I mean and you know this better than most people like so. . Would he was doing in New York? ? was groundbreaking and really was not even some of the shows in that was hitting I. . Loved about Thomas Some shows were really ready to wear, , and some shows were really not ready to wear at all and you know I think that it it was approaching as close to could tour process as you could get as far as the. Rigor. . . I remember when season that we did, , you know where he came to me, , it was the first woman show in Paris and he had had. . An idea he came to me. . He said he wanted to the entire show made out of tool, , the entire collection,
Daniel Roseberry on Taking on Schiaparelli
"We. Add talking to Daniel rose spree who for one year and three months has been the designer at scalp rally in Paris. which actually makes him one of the new standard bearers of couture and the seems like a very interesting moment to be talking about couture with Daniel Apart from the fact that he has many interesting opinions. I. Is this seems to me a moment when. People of. Reassessing fashion at people have people looking at a people are searching for new ways to on lake fashion relevance and give it meaning on. Make it sustainable and. These and other issues to a very large degree. Addressed by couture implied unexpected ways. So. Daniel Welcome. And I would. Like to ask you right off the bat, what did a couture mean to you in your? Evolution, as a designer. Did to me for missile that. I think it. It meant to me probably what it means to everybody who studies or loves fashion it was really. kind of the goal of fantasy I always have visions of Lakota That kind of even like Carl from the ninety s like that was when I really started to notice fashion and it was through couture that I became obsessed with fashion but it was really I would say probably this idea of fantasy that this. Unreal. Level of luxury in beauty that was almost like beyond a human level in a way that was meant to me. And you were. Working fashion for how many years. ULTA GASOL, this'll be my. Eleventh twelve. Year? Yes when did couture? Assert itself as sort of you know fantasy fodder for you. Say it again. To to assert itself as this kind of. Fantasy fodder for you when did you? You were working for Tom Brown? For let time on. On, very, very rigorous ready to wear that really shifted the boundaries ready to. Right. Right. I mean. Tom My experience Tom was so I mean and you know this better than most people like so. Would he was doing in New York? was groundbreaking and really was not even some of the shows in that was hitting I. Loved about Thomas Some shows were really ready to wear, and some shows were really not ready to wear at all and you know I think that it it was approaching as close to could tour process as you could get as far as the. Rigor. I remember when season that we did, you know where he came to me, it was the first woman show in Paris and he had had. An idea he came to me. He said he wanted to the entire show made out of tool, the entire collection,
"schiaparelli" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast
"It was it was nice to have some levity in the show and it's actually the first time we got this. If you ignore some of Muller's cheesy yet incredibly chuckle worthy one. Yeah. He's got some bad one liners. That's very true. Love about him there. So cheesy motorists is just I mean for his good looking at the is like an an awkward dude moulder. Well, he's got such a dry sense of humor. So I really appreciate that I appreciate that too. Yeah. That's true Vincent Schiaparelli is brilliant in this. No matter what he does and I'm sure you've mentioned a brief yet poignant appearance. As the Organ Grinder Batman Returns we sure did of course we did Michael J. Anderson's portrayal is Mr Nut is memorable as all get out in the fact that quite a few actors in this actually had sideshow backgrounds, certain lands that extra dose of realism to the proceedings. Yes. Thank you X. Files for hiring sideshow people to play sideshow people crazy, right? Yeah. Go figure no matter what I said before. I do like when it is possible that it's done sometimes it's just not. Feasible right in the you know if it's easy to do, there's no reason not to do it but if it's hard to do, you shouldn't feel like do it. It's not feasible. Yes. Don't you just don't try yeah. You know you have to make a reasonable attempt right Yep. So. Nick ads this episode gets eight out of ten conjoined twins. Oh, see that that's a good one. I didn't WanNa take that 'cause I figured somebody else's Ghana. So so there it is. You saved it for Nick. So nick only slightly less than the myself on this one the two of you are ever awesome and I would like to take the opportunity to wish your Jewish, listeners out there a safe peaceful. Safe and peaceful young poor. Yes. Happy. New Year everybody. Exactly. Happy New Year everybody to Jewish listeners. Thank you so much for listening to us and hopefully there's more Jewish listeners than just nick but that'd be nice that would be nice if you are. You know give us a shout less no you're out there. We'd love to hear from me one love Nick ads, which is kind of like an in joke between him and me we talked about your smokey man Dj Nick so thank you nick you're ever awesome as well. My dear. So Nick is Obviously you know we've talked about he's the host of the whiskey and cigarette show and you know he does gold standard the Oscars podcast with Zan. Does tightened talk with myself and happiness in darkness with happiness and Dr Ever since enough to do it within exactly I. Think I'm doing Spiderman here sometime in the near future. Yeah he wanted me to do but I I wasn't available the day four. So you're feeling a little bit four I see what you? Also, I've yet to see thor. Oh well, that would probably help. Wouldn't it? I mean I could watch for if I weren't if I didn't have something else I needed to do that. I understand some decent. It's bad. It's bad timing. I liked score was good film. So that's it. So if you WANNA be like Holly Jesse and Nick and please do only do because they're all awesome. They are..
"schiaparelli" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"I get euros, and then you can get other accessories and my favorite book is 1984. That was a good shop. Really? Because I know you loved the Euros and accessories restaurant and it's a good one. I know. Bradley, How are you doing? Ah, OK. Are we ready to play another game episode of Britney's Let's answer pretties questions. Okay, So you guys asked me what? My favorite holidays my parent holidays Christmas because I like Santa Claus. I like his suit. Okay. Um, Also, my favorite subject in school was history because sometimes the past is already done. And my favorite designer designer. My favorite designer is Elsa Schiaparelli. I really love her surrealist patterns. And I have no idea what that means. Okay. My favorite restaurant is Buster's on What is the college 28? Because they have really good wings and Mystic sandwich is amazing, and also my favorite book in Florida the rings because it's one ring to rule them all. And I think we're living. You have 10 fingers through it right now, by So you already knew all that? I think we all NEWR answers but It's fun to do that, every once in a while it is hard actually, to answer those questions. I really don't know who else is. Schiaparelli is I Googled designers. I don't have a favorite designer and I was also talking in the break. It's hard, tohave like favorites favorites, right? I like it as an as an adult like I have a favor. It's like it's like best friend. Know this reminds me of what my my 10 year old son loves to do this to me. He's like, What is this? Lowest you've ever seen? Somebody go on the freeway, and I'm like I did not collect that information and I do not have it logged in my personal memory. So, yes, I agree. As an adult. You don't Those things don't just jump out for you yet. Well, and also I don't like picking Right. Like I have many favourite restaurants. I have, like, a dozen depending on what kind of food we're talking about. We're like favorite holiday. Also favorite books. All of them. Yes Words, man. Sure. Yeah. Restaurants. I like a lot of food from a lot of places. Put it in my mouth. Okay? Maybe favorite subject in school is easy, because you know, like there's like, five. But other than that, Okay, Can we double back and go to Britney? Quickly? We don't but I do want to just say That, um Our answers were very instructive. You say more about Danielle Steele was her favorite book. I know. I mean, I didn't expect her to say Ulysses. But or, you know Warren's wake, but like Moby Dick, I don't know. Like the hunger Games. Siri's Order, Twilight or Like something. Everybody's been reading some like Dillon Hildebrand book or something about what that is, But so is the self help thing. No, she's an author. She she writes fiction. My favorite book is in search of last time because I don't know what I'm doing with my time because I am in search of my life. I would have loved it if she had said, and no doubt somebody has gone through all of these answers and decoded why they're actually her saying Help. I'm being held captive by my father. So look up. Do we know the plot of the Daniel Steele book? I mean, Trump called. What's It called again? A good woman. A good or good? Yeah. What? Oh, I don't know. A good woman by Danielle Steel. Hold. Please let me give you the No. We need the plot of a good woman, because if it's like the woman's being held captive in a fighting trendy ready, Annabelle Worthington was born into a life of privilege in the glamorous New York society set living on Fifth Avenue in Newport, Rhode Island in April, 1912 everything changed when the Titanic sank. Changing her world forever. Annabelle then pours herself into volunteer work nursing the poor, igniting a passion for medicine that would shape the course of her life. And then there's like more grief because of something with her marriage, and like then there's a betrayal. And then she flees New York for war ravaged France to lose herself in a world Of helping others in the first World War field hospital run by a woman. I mean, I don't know. Okay, There's not much there. Masters. Have you been there? Helen? I have been to Master host. Yes. Hold on. After the war, Annabelle becomes a Parisian doctor and becomes a mother living happily until a coincidental meeting reminds her of her former life to which she returned stronger and braver than before. A new woman to fight against the overwhelming odds thrown against her in life fall. Okay,.
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"schiaparelli" Discussed on Comments By Celebs
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"schiaparelli" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Are you one of these people that I've seen on the subway with your double bass bring it to a gig yeah yeah do people feel the need to comment when they see you holding that it's that side instrumental version I have like my own personal game of Bengal that I play I know what I'm going to be asked or what the commentary is that I'm going here people always want to know if I wish I played the piccolo sure or they tell me that things bigger than you are which I'm definitely aware of and then my favorite like you've never noticed it's definitely six feet tall and I'm not was it always a woman and they always offer to help and I really appreciate it but I'm like I don't know what you could do but I really appreciate you all right she's like oh hold the bow yeah yeah if you want to take that out of the back awesome alright Sir when you bring in we'll hear this guardian and Serra whoever's more points after two games will go on to the final round this first trivia game is called haters gonna hate Jonathan I will read you some insults diss in shade thrown by famous people and you just tell us who delivered the sick burns while competing for the world heavyweight championship against Sonny Liston in nineteen sixty four this boxing legend said of his opponents he's too ugly to be world champion the world champ should be pretty like me Muhammad Ali that's right out the ana Mahmoud Ali is correct a German TV reporter asked this pop superstar but Jennifer Lopez and she said quote I don't know her but yeah Mariah Carey yeah that's right this one is a little burn and a constable in the nineteen thirties this iconic French fashion designer said her rival Elsa Schiaparelli on fire by backing her into a chandelier lit by candles.
"schiaparelli" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Are you one of these people that I've seen on the subway with your double bass bring it to a gig. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Do people feel the need to comment when they see you holding that instrument on transportation, I have my own personal game of bingo than I play. I know what I'm going to be asked. Or what the commentary is going to hear people always want to know, if I wish I played the Piccolo, sure. Or they tell me that things bigger than you are which I'm definitely aware of. And then my favorite you like you've never noticed that. It's definitely six feet tall. And I'm not. My favorite though, is it's always a woman, and they always offer to help. And I really appreciate it. But I'm like, I don't know what you could do. But I really appreciate you off. And she's like a hold the bow. Yeah. I want to take that out of the bath. That's awesome. All right, sir. When you ring in we'll hear this. Donovan Sarah, whoever has more points after two games. We'll go on to the final round. This. First trivia game is called haters gonna hate Jonathan. I will read you some insults dishes and shade thrown by famous people. And you just tell us who delivered these sick burns while competing for the world heavyweight championship against sunny listed in one thousand nine hundred sixty four this boxing legend set of his opponent. He's too ugly to be world champion the world champs. Should be pretty like me. Muhammad ali. That's right Tatyana. Mohammed Ali is correct. A German TV reporter asked this pop superstar about Jennifer Lopez. And she said, quote, I don't know her. China. Mariah carey. Yeah. That's right. This one is a literal burn at a costume ball in the nineteen thirties. This iconic French fashion designer said her rival Elsa Schiaparelli on fire by backing her into a chandelier lit by candles, Sarah. Coco chanel. That's right. This British Prime minister once said in politics, if you want anything said ask a man, if you want anything done, ask a woman, Sarah. Margaret thatcher. That's right. This is your last clue we may never know what then speaker of the house John bainer said at a twenty thirteen inauguration luncheon that made this first lady roll her eyes. But the video went viral immediately. Sarah, Michelle, Obama, got it. All right. Great game. Sarah is in the lead. Our next game is about.
"schiaparelli" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Traffic station. Don't think that will help the career. No, it's. Oh god. One should have those thoughts. Anyway. Really? I mean, I don't know. What's worse that he thought enough about that to actually act on it for a week or that he thought the sharing that would in some way, shape or form help something the Irish media addressed it yesterday? Their headline read this is not an easy read. No, it's not. No. And I kind of pointing even putting it in the newscast that was. This is kind of an intense. I've got I've got a sound bite here. Say about planning, you know, because we we just had to report it, especially when you I mean, you think of some of Liam Neeson's previous movies were basically his character's sole purpose is vengeance is to locate people and end them a little bit typecast now. And then you read that it's oh, okay. That's. Bernie Sanders and President Trump agree on something guys Tida. Remember, the epi pen. Back in oh seven. Mylan bought the rights, they acquired the epi pen. And then it went up to six hundred dollars for a two pack of the auto. Injecting pens. Right. The farmer, bro guy. No. I don't think. I don't think. So they they went up, and they said that a, you know, a short supply, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, because didn't scraggly or Schiaparelli or name. Didn't he do the same sort of? Yeah. It may have been I it may forgive me. I'm I'm just using this as a crutch all right to get to the next part is so Bernie Sanders senators asking a drug company why a medication that used to be free now cost three hundred seventy five thousand dollars a year. The Vermont independent yesterday sent a letter to catalyst pharmaceuticals they make a medication used to treat a rare neuro muscular disorder that affects more than three thousand Americans for years, though, people have been able to get the drug for free from New Jersey based Jacobus pharmaceuticals to an FDA program called compassionate use callous base in Florida got FDA approval for the drug in November along with exclusive rights now to market it for several years. They are no longer accepting the program, they're not they're not they're not playing along now with this because they download the company, and that's what they're doing show. This goes into something that really didn't make a lot of headlines, but this was just a earlier. Sure. January thirty first few days go the Trump administration. The New York Times proposed a week ago Thursday. To require health insurance companies had middlemen to give consumers the benefit of discounts. They get on prescription drugs. A huge change that can substantially lower some patients cost, but could also have unintended consequences, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah at the heart of it. Drugmakers now pay billions of dollars in rebates two middlemen to crew increase the Houston sales of their products under the proposal these rebate payments would be viewed as illegal kickbacks disrupting the longstanding arrangement in a pharmaceutical industry. So remember, the president has been very critical of farmer really since he's been elected about how they Jack up prices. How we're which I agree with him. We're we're kind of the Guinea pigs here, and then they sell it to Europe. And then we can't buy it at the European costs and everything else. So this is going to be just I I was connecting some dots. Here that Bernie and President Trump agree on the way the manipulations occur when it comes to the drug pharmaceutical industry on the. American people. It's I mean all attest to that. There's a medicine that I went to go. I turn the prescription ended thing much about it went to go pick it up, and it was gonna be like three hundred bucks for a thirty day supply. Tell you what you keep that. Let me call my doctor is.