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This is THE podcast for women over 40 all about style, image, fashion & health in your 40's and beyond. So many women hold back with their style and lack self-confidence to wear what makes their heart sing or have never taken time to find what that is. This podcast is about getting the tips and tools to refine your wardrobe, wear what brings you joy & feel confident doing it! Tune-in and get tips on stylish outfits, decluttering, self-confidence and lots more. Get TWO free PDF style guides i ...
 
As we hear The Startup Story of some of the most successful companies in the world our focus is singular… To give you the belief and courage to Start Your Story. Every successful startup began with a single decision. It’s not about the dream, it’s not about the vision, it’s about having the courage to take that very first step -- to start. How did UBER grow to $50 billion? How did Spanx become massively successful without one dime of venture capital? The stories are out there. But The Startu ...
 
A podcast that uses the issues faced by women in all kinds of work situations as a gateway for discussing the status quo, and how it (mis)treats us all. Join hosts Danielle Restivo and Gia Cavalli as they navigate their way through todays thorny societal maze via guest interviews, serious chat, less serious chat, tangental personal anecdotes and, crucially, a big bottle of wine.
 
Cause an Affect: a Thesis podcast, hosted by Ryan Buchanan, explores the human stories of entrepreneurs and change-makers who are causing a positive affect on their communities. There is a common set of values around the importance of equity that we all share on the podcast. These interviews dive deep into the formative experiences that helped shaped who they are today and go deep into their pathways to leadership!
 
Every day we look to eliminate waste around us. From maximizing performance to reducing manufacturing waste, there is always room for improvement. At ERC Midwest, we understand the importance of solving complex waste problems. That's why we help people and companies transform waste from an obstacle into an opportunity. Playing off our expertise, Working Without Waste brings the experts and tools needed to explore the solutions to the complex waste problems companies are facing in today’s soc ...
 
A NEW podcast interviewing women in business. Helping you thrive as entrepreneurs, executives, and investors. NEW episodes every Monday! @musedmondays we interview trailblazing business leaders with the aim of helping you learn new things across an array of industries, whilst adding a dose of inspiration to start your week!The show is hosted by Karen Forster who has over a decade of experience as an investor, entrepreneur, and executive.Want to keep up with the latest Musings? Hit subscribe ...
 
Loaded with the biggest news of the greyhound week from around Victoria, with plenty of trainer and owner-talk, and the preview of the best of the racing action over the rest of the weekend. Simone knows the sport of greyhound racing from the inside, as a successful owner and trainer in her own right. Included – Simone’s Run Of The Week, and selections for Saturday night’s biggest events.
 
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Polly McMaster is The Founder and CEO of The Fold, a workwear for the modern professional woman. Prior to starting The Fold, Polly worked in Private Equity and Management Consulting. The Fold has been featured in The Times, The Financial Times, Stylist, Tatler, among others. Famous wearers of The Fold include Royalty, Actresses, and Media Personali…
 
Workwear was different when CEO Sarah LaFleur launched M.M.LaFleur, her fashion brand targeting working women. “Dresses were the majority of our business [in 2013],” she said on the Glossy Podcast. “We didn’t even have pants until 2016.” But now that working from home has become the norm, the brand has fully embraced casual wear. “The Power Casual …
 
We’ve talked about gold miners, we’ve talked about ancient sailors, we’ve talked about cowboys, soldiers, and poets. Today we’re going to get into something a little heavier, and we don’t mean Iron Hearts. Since practically its inception, denim has had a role in institutional racism in the United States. As we mentioned a few episodes ago, one of L…
 
About this episode My guest this week is Eric Girouard, the founder of BRUNT Workwear. BRUNT Workwear is slowly becoming the workwear brand for those who build the things we see and rely on every day. It is a D2C brand that seeks to serve one of the most underserved demographics out there: tradesmen. If you think about it, how many entrepreneurs be…
 
Episode #16’s guest is Mike Altmayer. Mike is the Safety &Training and Hazardous Waste expert at ERC Midwest. He's a guy who knows hazardous waste. With Mike's guidance, ERC Midwest recently launched an online RCRA Hazardous Waste Training course. This course satisfies the annual training requirements for Federal and State RCRA training mandates fo…
 
According to NPD, sales of high heels were down more than 70% in 2020. But Sarah Flint was an exception to the rule. “Heels are pumps were still our top-selling category,” said Sarah Flint, founder and creative director of her namesake brand, on the latest Glossy Podcast. “There is not a real explanation for that, other than maybe women buy with th…
 
We all know her, we all love her, we all follow her. Amy Leverton, aka Denim Dudes, has been at the bleeding edge of the denim business for almost two decades now. Much of it working as a "trend forecaster", which is basically the person who interprets culture and the world at large to determine what looks are going to pop and when so manufacturers…
 
About this episode Today, I am the guest on the podcast. I’ve had a few people reach out and ask how things are going with the startup of Grindology. One friend, in particular, challenged me when I shared with him some of the obstacles I was going through. He mentioned that I constantly talk about how messy entrepreneurship is here on the show, yet…
 
This is the end, my denim friends, the end. After over 7 hours of denim history, the beginning of Japanese denim will be our last stop on our 13-part denim history series. Learn all about why Japanese people became culturally obsessed with American jeans, early pairs of knockoff 501s, how Okayama became the denim capital of Japan (and arguably the …
 
SAFETY AND...ESG Initiatives: Lauren Zooms in with Oil and Gas industry female powerhouse Petra Reyes to discuss being a woman in a male-dominated field, the meaning of ESG., and which Golden Girl she is most like in this episode celebrating female empowerment. "Safety And.." is a learning and laughing podcast where we talk safety and whatever else…
 
Because Drest is centered on bringing together notoriously slow-to-evolve luxury fashion brands and innovative gaming technology, it would seem that founder and co-CEO Lucy Yeomans has her work cut out for her. But with more than 20 years of experience working with luxury fashion brands, she knows how to speak their language. “I thought it was goin…
 
About this episode So can change in a year. That’s certainly been true for this podcast. Some opportunities were missed in the tumultuous year of 2020, but amazing things happened around here, too. For one, we’ve built up an extremely rich episode vault. I want to take some time to share some of those episodes again. This week we’re bringing back t…
 
Dr. Rabia Malik is a Cosmetic Doctor, General Practitioner, and Founder of a new skincare line called Skin W1. Dr. Rabia specialises in aesthetic medicine and non-invasive non-surgical facial rejuvenation and problem skin solutions. She holds consultations at luxury health clinics like the Lanserhof at The Arts Club and The Harrods Wellness Clinic.…
 
At least 99% of denim on the market today isn't raw, it's been stonewashed, lasered, or sandblasted into what mimics an authentically worn pair of jeans. But this wasn't always the case, pre-distressed denim is a relatively recent phenomenon, which we're going to be getting into how the fashion market took over denim and they took the indigo with t…
 
Episode #15’s guest is Zach Marlin. Zach is the Transportation & Treatment Group Director at ERC Midwest and the author of ERC Midwest’s Newest eBook titled “The Lifecycle of Wastewater”. In this episode, we talk about industrial wastewater treatment. Specifically, Zach will walk you through how ERC manages our client’s wastewater, a process that h…
 
About this episode This week’s guest is Tom Fairey, the founder of Stakester. Stakester is an entertainment platform that gives gamers a platform to add monetary pride to the online gaming community. Through proprietary technology, Stakestir acts as the third partner in gaming challenges to ensure payouts are handled correctly. The technology that …
 
Veronica Colondam is a self-made woman, philanthropist, social entrepreneur, founder and CEO of YCAB, a social enterprise that has empowered 3.5M underprivileged youth through education and 500K women entrepreneurs in Asia through micro financing. Forbes has named her one of the 'Most Inspiring Women in Asia'. She’s the youngest ever recipient of t…
 
This week's guest was Finula Crewe of small fashion label New Day Originals. How does a business owner who sells prom dresses and event dresses survive when all the proms and events are canceled and we are all ordered to stay indoors? Start a new label of course! If you like hearing inspirational stories with heart then you will love this episode. …
 
SAFETY AND...CAMPING: Lauren sits down with Micah Triche, Vice President of flame-resistant workwear manufacturer Lapco to discuss the history of Lapco, what's a "glamper", and survival skills in episode 1 of the Safety And...Podcast "Safety And.." is a learning and laughing podcast where we talk safety and whatever else is on your mind.…
 
When Jeff Abrams launched L.A.-based fashion brand Rails in 2008, he couldn’t have predicted the demand for comfortable clothes in 2020. The cashmere-like shirts that the line started with is now driving exceptional sales for the company. “We actually grew over the course of this year,” Abrams said on the Glossy Podcast. To date, Rails has generate…
 
Cindy Gallop is the Founder and CEO of Make Love Not Porn, a sextech start-up that is changing the way we consume adult content. Prior to Make Love Not Porn, she had a two decade career in advertising and marketing. Cindy’s been featured in Forbes, The New York Times, Business Insider, Huffington Post, Marie Claire, The Guardian, among others. In a…
 
Hello denimheads and welcome to your seventh hangout with The Sons of Selvedge - the first of 2021! This is a new podcast where a group of friends get together to talk about denim, menswear, and related interests. We aim for this to be a fun and inclusive podcast where you feel like you’re hanging out with long-time friends - but be warned, there i…
 
This week I was joined by social Psychologist Susie Ballentyne to discuss the power of your identity and how it is related to your style. I once had a job in an environment that was so utterly wrong for me in every sense I shriveled up inside and lost almost all my confidence, I was a shell of myself. I was young and unaware of where I should be in…
 
Managing corporate responsibility for a global company with 160,000 employees can’t be easy, especially in 2021. But Karin Raguin, vp of talent management and corporate responsibility at LVMH North America, is rising to the challenge. “All of the past year has been about people and safety, and well-being … and values … and how we enable people to s…
 
About this episode Whenever I’m asked which episode of The Startup Story has been my favorite, I truly can’t give an answer. I enjoy every single episode because of how much value every entrepreneur brings to the table and how much I learn from them. However, if I were to be asked which episode stands out the most in my mind, it would have to be on…
 
Kiara Aguillon is a L.A., California, based partnerships manager who connects content creators and influencers with brands. Some of the brands she’s worked with include Fortune 500, The Real Talk Show, and she’s been featured in Vanity Fair, among others. IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN: 1. Content creation and the importance of leaning into niches 2…
 
The clothes we wear are part of our identity. They are influenced by where we grew-up, who our friends and influences were and what music we listen to. But what if you've never really been sure of your identity because you've never known who your 'self' is or where you belong? Buying clothes is seen by some as materialistic and frivolous and if you…
 
Lynn Corazzi is the founder and CEO of Data2Profit Consulting. He’s best known as the Data Magician. He helps companies double sales and profit growth rates by using untapped data to make better decisions, have greater insights and develop more powerful strategies. In this episode, we talk about how Lynn’s team dives into your data to resolve the p…
 
Erin and Sara Foster are used to being described as writers, producers, actors, entrepreneurs, maybe influencers -- but “fashion brand founders” is a new one. “I think it’s a combination of imposter syndrome and of, like, ‘Wait, pinch me, we have a fashion brand,’” said Sara Foster, upon being caught off-guard by her Glossy Podcast introduction. Af…
 
About this episode There are challenges faced by black founders that those who are not persons of color will never understand. However, the events of 2020, though tragic, helped propel these black founders to heights they had never imagined were possible for them. Quinton and Terran Lewis are two black founders who have experienced this. They began…
 
Mei Xu is the Founder of Chesapeake Bay Candles, which include botanical inspired fragrances and clean, minimalist, designs. Sold online and in select retail stores like Target, Chesapeake Bay Candles was sold to Newell Brands for $75M in 2017. Since stepping back from Chesapeake Bay Candles, Mei has been an active advisor to women owned businesses…
 
Are you someone who has a wardrobe full of clothes but still no good outfits? Do you hang on to things for years and tell yourself they will fit you again one day, or they might come back into fashion? A cluttered wardrobe full of clothes makes getting dressed much harder. It's harder to pull outfits together, harder to know what's missing in the w…
 
We've arrived at the Baby Boomer section of our indigo narrative. The transgressive postwar counterculture may have been the first to embrace denim and workwear for its style over utility, but it would be the teens of the 1950s to create the mass appeal. Join us as we discuss denim being banned in schools, jeans on screen heartthrobs, and a pop sin…
 
What's up, Frogface? We're here with a bonus episode of Reed and David talking over all 80 glorious minutes of Marlon Brando's biker bad boy flick The Wild One. The movie is not good, with lots of gender dynamics that have aged poorly but it also has a lot of jeans, leather jackets, hats and knits that haven't. It's got Perfectos, Cafe Racers, A-2s…
 
In 2007, Michelle Wenke and Megan George set out to create the anti-Juicy Couture. “We wanted to be able to wear sweatsuits that catered to people like us, where they weren't so loud and bubble-gummy,’” Wenke said on the latest Glossy Podcast. “We wanted them to look a little more like streamlined and low-key, and not just [be about] hot colors and…
 
About this episode My guest this week is Matt Barnett, the founder of Bonjoro. Bonjoro is a customer or lead engagement platform like none other. Matt and his team integrate private video messages with your current marketing and funnel strategies. Imagine this: within minutes of receiving a lead capture form, that lead receives a personalized video…
 
The US government did it's best to reintegrate the young people returning from WWII, but an sizeable portion returned wanting nothing to do with it. Instead of getting a middle class job and starting a family, they wanted to do drugs, ride motorcycles, push sexual boundaries, and wear jeans. This didn't go over well at first. Our series continues w…
 
Rachael Corson is the Co-Founder of Afrocenchix, a natural hair care brand for afro and curly hair. Sold online and in select Wholefood stores, Afrocenchix has been featured in the likes of Vogue, Glamor, Stylist magazine, and has won numerous awards for its scientific approach to hair care. Rachael co-founded the hair care brand whilst at universi…
 
While on a road trip through New England in the summer of 1965, eight Japanese men unwittingly created some of the most influential images of late 2000s menswear. We're talking about Take Ivy, a cultural sensation that's become the de facto document of the 1960s prep look. And we're talking with the person who wrote the book on the intersection of …
 
Corianna and Brianna Dotson, better known as Coco and Breezy, have been playing by their own rules since launching the Coco & Breezy eyewear brand in 2009. “It was challenging for us when we first started [in the fashion industry] -- with nothing, like less than $1,000. We didn't go to college, and we had never been in a professional business setti…
 
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