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033 – Sass Brown Is Down To Earth With Juliette Donatelli – The American Fashion Podcast

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Episode 33 Title GraphicMore about global fashion and its interconnectedness in this episode, with some of Sass Brown’s great stories from her travels in fashion around the world. Author and educator Sass Brown talks sustainable responsible potentially flammable fashion with the AFP gang, and Juliette Donatelli of Spades and SiLK drops in to join the conversation on her way to the opera.

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032 – Andrew Livingston Makes and Richard Spiegel Takes – The American Fashion Podcast

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American Fashion Podcast Episode 32Designer & manufacturer Andrew Livingston (Knickerbocker Manufacturing) and veteran fashion photographer Richard Spiegel (The Fashion Tribune) are in the studio, discussing local sustainable manufacturing, demonstrating value to consumers, ethical wages, upcoming changes at New York Fashion Week, and the recent clubbing of Wet Seal.

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031 – Since 2014 – The American Fashion Podcast

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31Looking forward, looking back. Seth talks Pre-Fall shows, including Oscar de la Renta’s final collection. Even Gucci can’t stay cool forever: discussing reinvention, or the lack thereof. Looking back at 2014 and ahead at 2015.

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030 – Fashion History With Phyllis Dillon – The American Fashion Podcast

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Phyllis Dillon, the researcher and producer behind the recent PBS documentary Dressing America: Tales from The Garment Center, talks pre-historic textiles, the rise of ready to wear garments in America, and the history of Jewish immigrants in the garment industry. Separately, Charles interviews Melissa McGraw of The Fashion Potential about her continuing education workshops for fashion designers.

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designer Ron Wallace (NAMM New York) helps Manufacture New York VP of Sustainability Patrick Duffy set up a stage for the city’s announcement of a $3.5M industrial modernization grant being given to Manufacture New York, photo by Charles Beckwith

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