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011 – The CFDA just swallowed Fashion Calendar, so let’s talk about that – The American Fashion Podcast

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The CFDA just swallowed Fashion Calendar, so let’s talk about that. The gang provides analysis of the CFDA’s most recent acquisition, Seth talks about his recent week of textile and menswear trade show experiences as well as a factory visit, and the questions “is fashion an evolved industry?” and  “why is there no New York version of the Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week?” get some scrutiny.

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010 – Alexandra Lin (designer), Fran Knight (production manager), Woody Pierce (retailer -The Gentleman Place), Andrew Levy (fashiontech startup Ovio) – The American Fashion Podcast

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Our TexWorld excursion. We trekked over to the Javitz Center for the TexWorld trade show this week. The TexWorld folks were nice enough to give Manufacture New York a booth to show what we’re doing about bringing garment manufacturing back to The United States, and they let American Fashion Podcast borrow a conference room to record this episode on-site at the show. While there, we interviewed designers Alexandra Lin and Fran Knight who were visiting from Florida, as well as retailer/designer Woody Pierce of The Gentleman Place in Brooklyn, and Andrew Levy from the fashion tech start-up Ovio.

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009 – vintage lingerie with Colleen Hill (The Museum at FIT) – The American Fashion Podcast

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Coraline gets exposed! This episode covers everything from corsets to tea gowns, and other things that lurk beneath the pleats. Our guest this week is Colleen Hill, an associate curator at The Museum at FIT. She created the current exhibition, “Exposed: A History of Lingerie,” which will be open through November 15th.

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008 – Cristina Gabriele (Heart + Noble designer) – The American Fashion Podcast

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throwback_ep_008Oh, this young thing? Questions of originality: when new is old, and old is new, are you still you? This week’s guest is a Manufacture New York incubator member, Heart and Noble jewelry designer Cristina Gabriele. The gang discusses a wide range of topics in this episode, from Made in America’s upswing, to new clients for haute couture and what may happen to it, to the next big thing expected from Apple. Big thanks to experimental musician Aimee Norwich for hooking us up with a new sound mixing board; her song “Child” plays at the end of the show.

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007 – Rogue Tailors Mack Moze and Alexander Mars – The American Fashion Podcast

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Tailor made in America. Charles Beckwith makes a statement about why this podcast is being made, and then professional tailors Alexander Mars and Mack Moze speak in-depth on bespoke clothing and men’s style. Why should you seldom dry-clean a suit? Why do suits have vents? Why have slight variations of the suit persisted as a male uniform for so long? What makes a good first suit? All questions addressed in this episode of… American Fashion Podcast.

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