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    • The Successful Fashion Designer Helping You Get Ahead in Fashion The Successful Fashion Designer is an "all secrets revealed" show by industry expert designer and educator Sew Heidi to help you gain the confidence, skills and insights to make it in a cutthroat market. The show covers topics such as breaking into the industry, getting promotions and raises, launching your own label and becoming a successful freelancer. Every episode is packed full of actionable steps you can implement right away to get ahead. Now. Click play_circle_filled to listen to an episodecancel

      SFF138 How She Did It: A Fashion Freelancer with No Industry Experience - Successful Fashion Freelancer

      “It’s practically impossible to break into fashion.” If you’ve ever believed this myth, you’re not alone. And that’s how today’s guest, Brittany, felt after she graduated from fashion school. For 15 years, Brittany couldn’t get her break. But within two months of launching her freelance career, Brittany has already landed her first client and completed two projects--her first paid work in the fashion industry. And this is just the beginning.    For the complete show notes, including links to the resources mentioned, head over to Successful Fashion Designer!
      1. SFF138 How She Did It: A Fashion Freelancer with No Industry Experience
      2. SFF137 Fashion Freelancer Q&A: I feel like I'm losing my skills and confidence...
    • Sewing With Threads Threads Magazine Podcast The podcast for people who love to sew – from the people who love to write about sewing! Brought to you by the editors of Threads magazine, this insightful podcast takes on topics important to sewing enthusiasts. Listen in for humor, wisdom, and opinions from expert guests and the Threads staff as they discuss sewing techniques, fashion design, fitting conundrums, and more. Click play_circle_filled to listen to an episodecancel

      Sustainable Approach to Sewing, with Wendy Ward | Episode 44 - Threads Magazine Podcast: "Sewing With Threads"

      This episode, we’re going to talk with Wendy Ward. Wendy is a writer, designer, maker and educator. She has worked as a designer in fast fashion and for a small sustainable brand. For her master’s degree in 2004 she explored novel ways to recycle textiles and in 2007 she moved into education and has taught numerous garment-making, textile recycling and garment alterations classes with adults. Wendy has her own line of sewing patterns called MIY Collection and has written five best selling sewing books including her most recent, How to Sew Sustainably which published in June. Her blog is and you can find her on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest as @thatwendyward.
      1. Sustainable Approach to Sewing, with Wendy Ward | Episode 44
      2. Emily Hallman on Designing a Wardrobe Collection | Episode 43
    • The Business of Fashion Podcast The Business of Fashion has gained a global following as an essential daily resource for fashion creatives, executives, and entrepreneurs in over 200 countries. It is frequently described as “indispensable,” “required reading” and “an addiction.”. Click play_circle_filled to listen to an episodecancel

      What Defines a Luxury Product Today? | Transforming Luxury - The Business of Fashion Podcast

      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 collectibles, curios, NFTs and even some mass produced products capturing attention in the luxury market. Evolving consumer sentiment is also increasingly influencing luxury’s manufacturing process. Today, customers demand brands and businesses authentically represent global cultures in a way that serves the communities themselves and not the industry’s shareholders. They also hold brands accountable for the impact of their supply chains and production processes. Yet, workers’ rights was among the worst-performing categories in BoF’s Sustainability Index. To discover what this means for the future of the luxury goods industry, BoF assembled four global authorities to share their insight. Aaron Levant is an entrepreneur working at the intersection of fashion, culture, events and media. Levant co-founded streetwear and music festival ComplexCon, and streetwear trade show Agenda Today, Levant is CEO of NTWRK, a mobile-first video shopping platform — backed by Drake and LeBron James — that hosts events and exclusive, limited-edition product drops available to purchase immediately within its app. “For the last hundred years, luxury was easily defined as European couture — fashion houses who own the luxury space — and now, seemingly newer brands not only create luxury in their own right, but then collaborate with true luxury brands. I think the definition around luxury is ever evolving as for who fits in that category.” Zerina Akers is an American fashion stylist and costume designer. She is the founder of the self-funded e-commerce site Black Owned Everything and has worked as Beyoncé Knowles Carter‘s stylist, as well as costume designing the 2020 visual album, Black Is King, for which she won an Emmy in 2021. “Generally, many of these companies have benefitted from rap culture and imagery that we’ve created for them. We’ve created so much marketing for these companies and I’m just hoping that there continues to be real, sustainable change for them in the way that they shine light on our community.” Bethany Williams is a UK-based menswear designer with a focus on affecting social change. She founded her namesake label in 2017, won the Queen Elizabeth II Award in 2019 and the British Fashion Council and British Vogue Designer Fashion Fund in 2021. “For me, luxury is about having a product that you don’t feel guilty owning. Luxury is about beautiful craftsmanship and the slowing down of the manufacturing process, working with artisans and supporting local community projects.” Fewocious is the youngest artist ever to be featured by Christie’s — and the first to crash its site. He is one of the most successful and visible members of a growing community of crypto artists finding success in the NFT market, launching a shoe collaboration with design studio RTFKT earlier this year, with more than 600 pairs selling out in seven minutes and netting around $3.1 million. “With the NFT space, art can move. You can interact with art. There’s programmable art, you can programme layers so that someone can change how your art looks [...]. There’s so much I probably don’t even know about yet, just because you can kind of do anything and figure out a way to attach an NFT to it, which I think is so rad and the future.” Follow the series to ensure you never miss an episode and discover actionable insights into the opportunities and challenges a redefined industry will bring and how luxury’s transformation will impact your business. Sign up for BoF’s Daily Digest newsletter. For comments, questions, or speaker ideas, please e-mail: [email protected] For all sponsorship enquiries, it’s: [email protected]
      1. What Defines a Luxury Product Today? | Transforming Luxury
      2. The Green Global Age of the Information Revolution
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