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Sneaker culture is a phenomenon that is grown in popularity each day. It started with many collecting signature sneakers, from the driving influence of basketball and Hip-Hop stars. We caught up with Sneaker Store owner Ian Higgingson to get his perspective.
Elizabeth Keckley, was an accomplished seamstress born into slavery in Virginia in the year 1818. She purchased her freedom by raising enough money by working as a dressmaker. Listen to our new episode Designer Thread: Elizabeth Keckley, where discuss her history.
The popularity of buying clothes in their second or third life is surging. With the demand of social media online shopping has become more and more popular. Today we speak with Vintage shopper veteran Melissa Carter to get her perceptive on why there is value in vintage.
Personal stylists are extremely important when it comes to helping someone present a particular image they need to portray. 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 stylist.
Before Hispanic Heritage month comes to a close, we wanted to speak about Latinx designers impact & influence in fashion. Spanish radio & media veteran Carolina Cadillo-Jensen, who's career spans over 20 years in the industry from “Mega”, “Univision” to “TV Azteca” joins us.
On this episode we discuss the changes that took place during Fashion week due to Covid. Listen as we review the many ways designers delivered their shows in the safest way possible.
Photos: Marc Jacobs, Getty, Rex
We are discussing the Fashion Industry response to the Black Lives Matter Movement after the death of George Floyd. John Holliday-Stewart a PR and Luxury Retail professional joins us to gives a Public Relations perspective on this topic.
Photos: Prada, Nike, Gucci