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The Business of African fashion podcast is a seasonal podcast that teaches African fashion entrepreneurs how to build, grow and maintain a successful fashion business. Let’s talk about what it's really like to build a fashion business; especially from a financial perspective. Get ready to be empowered with actionable strategies and the opportunity to connect with a community of fellow creatives across the world. Join your host + fellow fashion entrepreneur and accountant, Victory as she shar ...
 
Welcome to The Future Of Fashion Business, a podcast with weekly episodes where we help aspiring fashion entrepreneurs and designers start their own fashion brands and businesses by learning from the best, most experienced people in the industry. The Future Of Fashion Business is hosted by Esteban Julian. A passionate fashion entrepreneur that went from folding shirts in clothing stores to starting his own fashion brand. If you want to learn more about how he did it, make sure you follow his ...
 
Bringing you the Art and Business of Flowers. VLF Live Podcast is an educational and inspirational show for all florists, flower artists and entrepreneur, floral industry pros and beginners, and simply for flower lovers. Anahit, the podcast host, takes a deep dive into floristry, into what it really takes to run a successful floral business, how to be a better floral designer, how to stay inspired and inspire other. "As we know, our profession encompasses wide range of industries and other f ...
 
Exploring fashion as an art and a business. American Fashion Podcast is the fashion show for fashion people, diving deep into the designing, making, and selling of garments and accessories through long-form interviews with people at all levels and in all corners of the business, with an emphasis on sustainability and innovation, since 2014. Hosted by Charles Beckwith and Cathy Schepis.
 
The Future of Fashion by Vogue Business explores how designers, executives and other key industry players are adjusting their roadmaps to reflect an industry in flux. In the aftermath of the pandemic, fashion is reconfiguring its way forward, and we’re finding out how those in charge are adapting. Host: Hilary Milnes Executive Producer: Aled John See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
South Africa’s Multibrand Online Store welcomes you to The Epitome of Fashion Branding where we invite and speak to the great founders and designers of South African Fashion Brands to tell us more about their journey, what inspires them and how can others start a fashion brand if they do have interests of aspirations of starting a brand. With potentially industry leading experts, you’ll get an understanding of what it takes to start and manage your own fashion brand, the secrets to making it ...
 
A unique, short-format podcast that features insights and perspectives on breaking news and current issues, all focused on the multi-faceted business that is fashion. News Bytes is written by Joshua Williams, produced by Fashion Consort and distributed in partnership with FashionUnited, your trusted global network for fashion news, business intelligence and jobs.
 
Michelle Peluso is the CEO of Gilt.com—the innovative online shopping destination that offers its eight million members special access to inspiring merchandise and experiences every day at insider prices. Ms. Peluso has received multiple awards for her business prowess and was recently named one of Fast Company’s “100 Most Creative People in Business.” During this talk, she discusses her career, what makes Gilt such a huge success, and how technology is shaping the way we shop online.
 
Having recognized over decades that small business works differently than big business, YesiRent founders, Joe Watkins and Travis Cassell, take us on a journey to quantify, qualify, and strip back the curtains of small business successes, and failures. They will talk philosophy, politics, culture, music, and good old fashion small business fundamentals as they interview small business owners all over the southeast of America to discover the golden nuggets, hidden gems, fast tricks, and trade ...
 
A new series from Monocle 24 chronicling and celebrating all that was good about commercial-airline travel in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. We’ll hear about technological developments and engineering innovators, meet the fearless individuals in boardrooms and cockpits who defined a new era of travel, learn about the storied brands that embodied the essence of the golden age and talk with the marketers that sold the world a dream.
 
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The fashion system has been broken for some time, said trend forecaster Li Edelkoort at VOICES 2016. But, it can still regain its cultural cachet, and fix its exploitative practices. When trend forecaster Li Edelkoort first published a manifesto called “Anti-Fashion” in 2015, people across the fashion industry told her that her critique had finally…
 
Hi BOAF fam! In this week's episode, Victory shares 5 ways to take care of your mental health as an entrepreneur in the African fashion space. The video version of this episode is available on our YouTube! Until next episode, send your questions @businessofafricanfashion on IG and through email at businessofafricanfashion@gmail.com Link: bit.ly/joi…
 
In this week's episode, we sat down with SUNNEI's marketing director Naomi Accardi and talked about the following: - The chaotic reality of becoming a Marketing Director- Why Not knowing what you are doing is a feeling that never goes away- The principles Naomi used to make decisions at an international level for one of fashion's best, and highest …
 
Hi, this is Charles. So... a weird couple of months there, for various reasons. Not sure if you noticed some of them. Anyway, dropping 6 episodes as quickly as I can get them edited. A few of them are actually from last year and just never got out the door. Then... fresh new stuff... weekly stuff... the stuff your ears and fashion nerd brain crave.…
 
Gabriella Santaniello is the Founder of the retail consulting firm A Line Partners. "With over 15 years working in the fashion industry and 12 in finance, Gabriella brings a unique blend of experience to discuss what is happening with fashion specifically at the retail level – she provides the color behind the numbers. Her company, A-Line Partners,…
 
In Episode 2 of Transforming Luxury, BoF’s new podcast presented by Klarna, we investigate what will inform the luxury product mix of the future. Indeed, the definition of a luxury good has expanded dramatically in recent years to now include a host of disruptive new categories, from the luxury sneakerhead culture that dominated the past decade, to…
 
The world is in the middle of an information revolution, and it’s a situation, economist Carlota Perez says, we’ve been in before. Capitalism resets every few decades, and follows a familiar pattern: An investment frenzy boosts new technologies that change how people live and interact, but when that craze eventually collapses, it leaves behind soci…
 
Critic Robin Givhan, analyst Luca Solca, author Dana Thomas and Métier founder Melissa Morris discuss how luxury became a winners-take-all market and how growing consumer scrutiny is driving change. BoF is investigating how market disruption, new technology and increasing consumer scrutiny are driving transformative change in the $300 billion luxur…
 
The modern, fast-paced fashion industry feeds a culture of waste that results in millions of tonnes of textiles burned or sent to landfill every year. Brands are acknowledging the problem, increasingly labelling products with buzzwords like “circular” and marketing bags made from recycled fishing nets or shoes crafted from plastic bottles. But the …
 
In a new series from The Business of Fashion, BoF speaks to 22 experts from the worlds of business, technology and science, creative leaders and renowned ecologists, to investigate the forces driving transformative change in the luxury goods market. The six-part series, created in partnership with Klarna, explores the future of the $300 billion ind…
 
In this episode, Victory talks about the basics of Accounting using her knowledge and background as an accountant. Take a deep breath and listen to the basic accounting equation for fashion businesses! #businessofafricanfashion IG: @businessofAfricanfashion Email us: Businessofafricanfashion@gmail.com Free resource: bit.ly/accountingworksheet1…
 
American stylist and fashion designer Misa Hylton rose to prominence in the ‘90s for her work with hip-hop and R&B legends such as Lil’ Kim and Mary J. Blige. She played a major role in bridging fashion and hip-hop. But in the past, Hylton didn’t received due credit for her lasting impact on fashion trends — and even contributing to the financial s…
 
Sylvia from Royal Van Zanten How do you get your voice heard as a female entrepreneur in a man's world... Lifting the shades and really taking a look at floral industry, specifically growing and distributing. SHOW NOTES INSTAGEAMLINKDINWEB _ SPONSORS & SUPPORTERS:True Client ProFloral Business AcademyViva La Flora Designs FLEURVANA RETREAT SEP 20-2…
 
Sarah Campbell Things got really personal on this episode... how personal? Well going from Wedding Flower Queen that can do it all to Mother Of The Bride in the middle of a pandemic. MUST LISTEN! SHOW NOTES INSTAGEAM Interview On YouTube _ SPONSORS & SUPPORTERS:True Client ProFloral Business AcademyViva La Flora Designs FLEURVANA RETREAT SEP 20-21,…
 
Tanus Saab All the way from Brazil! How different is wedding and flower business in Brazil? But is it really... SHOW NOTES INSTAGEAMFACEBOOK Interview On YouTube __ SPONSORS & SUPPORTERS:True Client ProFloral Business AcademyViva La Flora Designs FLEURVANA RETREAT SEP 20-21, 2021 Let's stay connected @vivalafloralive Thank You for Listening! Leave …
 
A panel of experts discussed strategies for making physical retail a strong service touchpoint that builds brand loyalty. Shopping is evolving. Consumers now experience brands across channels: they may be introduced to a brand on social media, try on its products at a store, and then make a purchase online. Or, they may browse online and then pick-…
 
In this week's episode, Victory shares the perspective changes needed to transition from a consumer of fashion to an entrepreneur. Join the email list here: bit.ly/joinhere2021 Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/businessofAfricanfashion Send us an email at Businessofafricanfashion@gmail.com Sign up to receive the Perspective Change W…
 
The designer speaks with Tim Blanks about his journey to find his birth parents and the power of breaking boundaries in fashion. Olivier Rousteing was named Balmain’s creative director ten years ago, when he was still only in his mid-twenties. But Rousteing — who was adopted as a child and grew up believing he was of mixed-race parentage — says he …
 
The fashion industry is one of the world’s worst polluters, and this week’s grim report from the UN’s IPCC made clear that change needs to come quickly. This week, the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a new report from the world’s top climate scientists, warning that global temperatures will rise 1.5 degrees Celsiu…
 
In this week's episode, Victory talks about strategies to combat feeling unsupported and how to navigate the foundation season. This episode is sponsored by the African fashion entrepreneurs Society. Join the email list here: bit.ly/joinhere2021 Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/businessofAfricanfashion Send us an email at Businesso…
 
Retail futurist Doug Stephens is joined by a panel of experts to tackle the tricky business of collecting, understanding and using data to improve retail. In retail, data can be a powerful tool to help brands understand their customers and how they engage with products. But just as retail itself has changed dramatically over the past few years, so …
 
Marni’s creative director reflects on the changes that must endure post-pandemic and the importance of emotion. In retrospect, Francesco Risso’s January 2020 menswear show for Marni seems prophetic. The collection took inspiration from Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Masque of the Red Death,” which tells a story of plague and societal excess. These themes c…
 
In this week's episode, we sat down with fashion designer and entrepreneur Bailey Goldberg to talk about the importance of your product and the very beginning stages of actually having a profitable fashion business. To watch the video format of this episode, visit our youtube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/c/EstebanJulian/videos…
 
How do I explain who I am and what I do in a concise and effective way? In this episode, Victory walks listeners through how their origin stories help to market their brand. She gives strategy and steps to craft your story and tell it effectively and engage! Join my email list: bit.ly/joinhere2021 Connect with us on Instagram @BusinessofAfricanfash…
 
Ssense’s Krishna Nikhil and 2PM’s Web Smith talk strategies for making physical retail exciting at The BoF Professional Summit: What’s a Store For? The role of physical retail has changed drastically over the past few years — particularly amid the pandemic — as customers turned to digital channels and brands sharpened their focus on e-commerce. But…
 
BoF’s Tim Blanks speaks with one half of the renowned duo Mert and Marcus about finding new creative avenues. Renowned fashion photographer Mert Alas — one half of the renowned duo Mert and Marcus — has spent the last four years immersed in the world of gin. While pandemic pivots to new creative ventures have become commonplace, Alas was looking fo…
 
In this week's episode, we sat down with entrepreneur, fashion headhunter, and career expert Sacha Milazzo Mercier. Sacha started his career journey in the HR Department of Louis Vuitton, a leading player of the luxury lifestyle business. Today, he runs his own recruiting company @G&M Fashion Career, which focuses on headhunting for selected roles …
 
Andrew Keith, managing director of Selfridges, discusses the future of the British department store at The BoF Professional Summit: What’s a Store For? The purpose of the store has shifted dramatically in the past few years. But while other department stores struggle to keep up with these changes, Selfridges has established itself as an outlier by …
 
In this episode, Victory walks listeners through her journey so far and the stages of developing an interest in fashion. Join my email list: bit.ly/joinhere2021 Instagram @BusinessofAfricanfashion Email -Businessofafricanfashion@gmail.com Sign up to receive the Origin Story Map PDFBusiness of African Fashion
 
When the Covid-19 crisis struck, Karen Walker — known for her offbeat designs that have been worn by the likes of Meghan Markle and Michelle Obama, and carried by retailers such as Barneys and Harvey Nichols — found that she was propelled to shift the way she thought about her business, her mission as a designer and her community. Walker’s home cou…
 
Alexandra Farms Have you smelled the roses?! Alexandra Farms is a boutique grower specializing in nostalgic, romantic, fresh-cut garden roses. The farm is located in the fertile savanna of Bogotá, high in the Andes Mountains of Colombia, where the warm days and cool nights are perfect for growing roses. Alexandra Farms was started by Jose R. Azout …
 
British Vogue’s editorial transformation over the past four years has been widely documented, but changes on the business side are equally noteworthy. Vanessa Kingori, British Vogue’s first female publisher (who works alongside editor-in-chief Edward Enninful), has taken more of a consultative role with advertising clients, focusing on the health o…
 
Apologies for the bad audio quality! This podcast was recorded in Maxime's art studio so there was a lot of stuff going on in the background. I really thought about not uploading this episode for that reason but the content was too good to not put out. I hope you guys enjoy the episode, the production value quite bad but I hope you enjoy having the…
 
The Milan-based, American designer speaks with Tim Blanks about how he plans to introducing the cult brand’s enduring values to a new global audience. When Lawrence Steele was named creative director at Aspesi in November, it was a home-coming of sorts. The American designer consulted for the Milan-based label for 13 years before departing in March…
 
NEW BLOOM The floral industry is innovating, are you? The flower industry is one of the world's most dynamic, ever-evolving industries. With exceptional cross-segment expertise, New Bloom enables businesses to adapt to this change—turning ambitious goals into reality. SHOW NOTES New Bloom New Bloom Show INSTAGRAM EMC Go Live Event is HERE!!! July 1…
 
After 10 years and taking her company public, Stitch Fix founder Katrina Lake is stepping down as CEO. Taking her place this August is Elizabeth Spaulding, who joined the company shortly before the pandemic hit, rocking the online retailer’s business. Now, Stitch Fix is in rebound mode, and Spaulding is laying the foundation for the company’s next …
 
Maxine Bédat is Executive Director at New Standard Institute and the author of the new book, "Unraveled: The Life and Death of a Garment." The book: https://www.amazon.com/Unraveled-Death-Garment-Maxine-Bedat/dp/0593085973/ https://www.newstandardinstitute.org/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/maxinebedat/ https://americanfashionpodcast.com/ See omnystu…
 
The Valentino creative director and London menswear designer discuss their process reimagining the Roman brand’s signature rockstud. The Valentino rockstud has become a brand icon. To mark its tenth anniversary, creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli teamed up with British menswear designer Craig Green to create a sneaker adorned with the Valentino s…
 
Future of Floristry Thursd. & beyond with founder himself. Where are we now... where will we be tomorrow? Have you thought about virtual world of flowers?! Thursd is the online place to share floral stories about your company and products. With an unprecedented international audience, Thursd offers an effective way to showcase products, portfolio, …
 
On The Future of Fashion: The Innovators podcast, executive Americas editor Hilary Milnes speaks to Jenny Campbell, CMO of Kate Spade, and PayPal’s Greg Lisiewski on fashion’s outlook led by Gen Z trend setters. Gen Z set industry trends. That’s influenced how Kate Spade shows up online, what products are best-sellers and the e-commerce and retail …
 
EMC Go Live Event is HERE!!! July 13-14, 2021 First ever, one of a kind virtual event.Join me as I dive into the WHAT, the WHO & the WHY behind this amazing event. "As we enter into a new age of our floral industry, we realize what lies ahead is full of possibility! At EMC, we always want to encourage conscious creativity and bring those we influen…
 
Jane Clay, strategic director at workplace design consultancy Gensler talks to BoF’s Imran Amed about how offices of the future will play a critical role in creating a sense of culture, community and belonging. Almost overnight, the pandemic fundamentally altered the way we work, forcing both employers and employees to embrace the idea of working f…
 
The Big Truths of Small Business continues on its journey to figure out how to become as focused to make change in your business and yourself as if your are in the middle of a crisis, but you are not. We are seeking how the mind can be reprogrammed to excel to higher levels. Tune in here on how to kick-start that process of reprogramming your unwan…
 
Renzo Rosso is still building. The founder of Diesel and chairman of OTB, the Italian luxury group, led the acquisition of Jil Sander earlier this year and more M&A isn’t off the table. In seeking out brands that will be a fit for OTB, which he says is an alternative to the larger French luxury conglomerates, he looks for talent, creativity and “br…
 
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