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42 minutes | Mar 31, 2021
29. More Than A Model: Elisha Glass
Being a model in fashion most times involves having a singular focus of showcasing products and items. They main goal is to assist various brands by advertising and displaying pieces visually. Today we speak with, Elisha Glass whose focus is beyond the world of modeling. He is a multi-hyphenate, model-teacher-trainer-designer living and thriving in New York City.
48 minutes | Mar 24, 2021
28. Pursuing Fashion with Emily Colquhoun
We sit down and chat with an extremely talented fashion design student, Emily Colquhoun. Emily gives us her perspective on how perusing an education in fashion is helping her hone in her skills. She shares the pros and cons on fashion education. As well as finding her place in the world of fashion and where she sees herself after she graduates.
16 minutes | Mar 11, 2021
27. FD Fashion Short- "The Cartiers: The Untold Story" Book Review
This episode we are giving our review on the book "Cartier The Untold Story of the Family Behind the Jewelry Empire". It reveled several things that we found interested about the brand.
39 minutes | Feb 20, 2021
26. Designer Thread: Vontélle
The talented and innovative women from the luxury eyewear brand, Vontélle has been added to our designer thread series. Ms. Tracy Green and Ms. Nancey Harris started the Vontélle brand out of necessity. This is where Vontélle the brand was created. Vontélle is Tracy’s middle name and when translated from French means, “There she goes”, or “you go”.
30 minutes | Feb 13, 2021
25. The Battle of Versailles Fashion Show
We are talking about the night in 1973 that American Fashion was forever changed. Five French designers and Five American designers were pitted against each other and only one was victorious. American fashion not only won the night but so did Black music, Black designs and Black models.
29 minutes | Feb 3, 2021
24. "Very Ralph"- Ralph Lauren Documentary Review
This episode we are giving a review of the "Very Ralph" Ralph Lauren documentary on HBO. We are speaking on things we found interesting and things that we believe should have been explored.
19 minutes | Jan 27, 2021
23. Retail Apocalypse Or Retail Restructuring?
This episode will explore how technology and the pamdemic has changed retail. In store shopping was once a thriving industry now changed by online shopping. The growth of Ecommerce has been a devastating blow to brick and mortar stores. So who closed, who is barely surviving and who is thriving?
73 minutes | Jan 20, 2021
22. Designer Thread: Edmond Newton
The latest designer added to our thread is the very talented Edmond Newton. Mr. Newton designs very alluring, evening, wedding, special occasion gowns and other custom designs pieces. He appeared on fashion reality shows such as Project Runway (season 14), Project Runway: All Stars (season 6) “Fashion Star” (season 1). We are catching up with him and finding what he has been up to creatively since the fashion reality shows.
34 minutes | Jan 13, 2021
21. Sustainable & Fashionable Home with Chanel Ford
To achieve a sustainable home you must commit to various forms of changes. You can start very small and integrate sustainable products little by little. These products don't have to lack fashion; they can fit into your decor and add to the essence to any room. Today we speak to creator Chanel Ford of \HAUS\ A Home, she is sharing her tips and tools to make your home more environmentally friendly.
10 minutes | Dec 24, 2020
20. FD Fashion Short- The History Of "The Ugly Christmas Sweater"
Debuting our version of a "Fashion Short" we cover the origins of "The Ugly Christmas Sweater". Love them, hate them or indifferent, these sweaters have turned from an eyesore to holiday's most desired garment.
37 minutes | Dec 17, 2020
19. Designer Thread: Ann Lowe
The next designer we explore on our thread is Ann Lowe. You may not know her name but you have seen her work. She was once called "Society Best Kept Secret". Join us as we help give Ann Lowe the notoriety and credit she deserves!
62 minutes | Dec 9, 2020
18. FD Fashion Panel- The Chiffon Trenches A Memoir by Andre Leon Talley- Book Review
This episode is a roundtable discussion with guest Thomas James and John Holliday-Stewart. We are reviewing Andre Leon Talley Memoir, "The Chiffon Trenches". As well as his relationship with Anna Wintour. We will also touch upon the position of black creatives at Vogue and in fashion.
28 minutes | Dec 3, 2020
17. In The Shade - The Most Iconic Sunglasses
Join us we we explore some of the most iconic sunglasses. We dive deep into the shade to give you all the deets on this accessory!
39 minutes | Nov 18, 2020
16. The Rise Of Luxury Childrenswear with Corinne Epstein
This episode will be an exploration of the surge of childrenswear in the luxury market. With so many working professionals having kids later, many are able to spend money on luxury items for their children. Also, many fashion focused social media influencers dress their children in the same high end clothing as we see them in. We interviewed Corinne Epstein, who has a lifelong career in childrenswear and she shares her thoughts on the topic.
63 minutes | Nov 10, 2020
15. The Soul Of Sneaker Culture with Ian Higginson
Sneaker culture is a phenomenon that has grown in popularity each day. It started with many collecting signature sneakers, from the driving influence of basketball and Hip-Hop stars. Those who aspired to be like their idols, began to dress like them. We caught up with Ian Higginson founder and owner of Lucky Laced, a sneaker boutique to get his perspective on sneaker culture.
23 minutes | Nov 4, 2020
14. Designer Thread: Elizabeth Keckley
Designer Thread is a new series where we showcase a designer and their contribution to fashion. The first episode of this series we are starting with Elizabeth Keckey. She was a seamstress to First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln during the Lincoln presidency. A civil activist founded an organization that provided relief for former slaves. As well as the first African American woman to publish a biography.
49 minutes | Oct 28, 2020
13. The Value Of Vintage with Melissa Carter
Secondhand shopping dates back centuries, and with most forms of retail, it has had it ebbs and flows. But why is it so popular again the past few years? Join us as we speak to vintage shopper veteran Melissa Carter, to get her perceptive on why there is value in vintage.
46 minutes | Oct 21, 2020
12. The Personal Stylist Method with Jamie Cataldo
Personal stylists are extremely important when it comes to helping someone present a particular image. They help their clients by enhancing their look with classic pieces and current trends. Stylist Jamie Cataldo joins us to discuss the method of personal styling.
39 minutes | Oct 14, 2020
11. Latinx Designers Past & Present with Carolina Cadillo-Jensen
Before Hispanic Heritage month comes to a close, Fashion Decipher wanted to talk about Latinx designers impact and influence in fashion. Spanish radio and media veteran Carolina Cadillo-Jensen, who career spans over 20 years in the industry joins us. Carolina has worked at radio and TV stations like “Mega”, “Univision” and “TV Azteca”. Check out her episode with us as we talk about Latinx designers past & present
22 minutes | Oct 7, 2020
10. Fashion Week The Covid Effect
On this episode we discuss the changes that took place during Fashion week due to Covid. In order to keep the number of new cases low, the practice of being socially distant is of the utmost importance. Listen as we review the many ways designers delivered their shows in the safest way possible.
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