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017 – designers Karolyn Pho and Katya Leonovich – New York Fashion Week – The American Fashion Podcast

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So many shiny things! — Huddled just out of the rain, looking out at the Hudson from Chelsea Piers between shows, Seth, Charles, and Lisa do a rundown of all the New York Fashion Week shows they’ve seen since the last episode. There are many. Between talk of the new collections, lots of information about how it all fits together in a business and marketing perspective. Backstage interviews with Karolyn Pho and Katya Leonovich.

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BADGLEY MISCHKA

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016 – New York Fashion Week begins – The American Fashion Podcast

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Taking the Highline. It’s New York Fashion Week, day #2, and the gang pauses for a few minutes on the Highline between shows and presentations to report in on the Spring-Summer 2015 collections they’ve seen so far.

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TIA CIBANI

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015 – Bob Bland – Manufacture New York founder – The American Fashion Podcast

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That time Bob showed up. Manufacture New York CEO and Founder Bob Bland is our guest, leading to a rambling discussion of the new Brooklyn Made certification, fast fashion, Manufacture New York itself, fashion and politics, and designers to watch during New York Fashion Week, as well as an obligatory Jamie Kennedy quote.

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014 – Ron Wallace (designer – NAMM New York) and Jonathan Pak (boutique owner – Patron of The New) – The American Fashion Podcast

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The Jets are in gear. Designer Ron Wallace (NAMM New York) and boutique retailer Jonathan Pak (Patron of The New) are helping us get into the now and today of streetwear’s highs and lows.

 

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013 – designer Abigail Stewart – The American Fashion Podcast

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Go cry to Miami. Designer Abigail Stewart launched her line in one of the most tumultuous periods for the garment industry in recent memory, yet keeps making it work season after season with brilliant collections. Our conversation here goes deep into what worked and what didn’t during her emergence in the marketplace, and touches highly relevant points on the perpetual struggle all designers face between the demands of business and artistry. Also, the zipper is a lie, and Betty White is so hot right now.

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