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Hi, my name is David Hershkovits. As a founder of Paper magazine, I have been a long-time supporter of cultural disruptors from the alternative worlds of skate, hip hop, graffiti and streetwear scenes to cannabis reform, LGBTQ and women's rights. On Light Culture, I'll be knocking heads with some of today's most influential change makers -- rappers, writers, artists, fashion designers, models, advocates and activists, influencers, entrepreneurs who respect "the other." Light Culture is broug ...
 
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Laura Vinroot Poole owns Capitol, an internationally-recognized specialty store with locations in Charlotte, North Carolina and Los Angeles. For Laura Vinroot Poole, Capitol has never really been about fashion...it has always always been about the people. From the designers she meets on the road to the editors and friends she hosts in-store, Laura gets to know our guests on a deeper, more authentic level through What We Wore. For more information on Capitol, Laura Vinroot Poole, and future W ...
 
The Future of Fashion by Vogue Business explores how designers, executives and other key industry players are adjusting their roadmaps to reflect an industry in flux. In the aftermath of the pandemic, fashion is reconfiguring its way forward, and we’re finding out how those in charge are adapting. Host: Hilary Milnes Executive Producer: Aled John See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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With cannabis legalization for New York a done deal, there's an ancillary economy growing around the fringes of the industry that’s rarely tabulated and has little to do with the growing, buying or selling of the plant and its CBD offshoots. Millions more go into the economy thanks to all the creative businesses and financial spinoffs cannabis gene…
 
While Hollywood pursues it's blockbuster driven agenda, filmmaker Jim Jarmusch continues to do it his way, most recently the zombie-com “The Dead Don’t Die.” Whether casting accomplished actors Tilda Swinton, Bill Murray, Johnny Depp and Adam Driver or musicians Iggy Pop, Neil Young, Joe Strummer, Tom Waits and RZA, his off-beat movies never fail t…
 
With LA the epi-center of cannabis and hip hop, it’s not surprising to find the two worlds cohabiting in the music and mindset of Problem. Immersed in LA rap royalty that includes Wiz Khalifa, Snoop and Kendrick LaMar, the one-time party bad-boy from Compton “changed the narrative” and it shows in his dress, demeanor and desire to transcend labels,…
 
Along with cannabis, psychedelics like Ayahuasca, ‘Shrooms, MDMA, LSD, Ketamine and other mind altering substances are resurgent, finding their place as part of the plant-based health and wellness movement. Spurred on by medical studies and the support of the psychiatric community in search of answers to PTSD, depression and a growing list of menta…
 
Can you imagine how it must feel to be serving a 13 year prison sentence for possession of two joints in the midst of a gold rush in the growing, selling, and marketing of weed. Well, Bernard Noble can. He was that guy, but now he’s in the cannabiz thanks to the efforts of, among others, filmmaker and hip hop legend Fab 5 Fred Brathwaite. How Berna…
 
One art world Insider called him “the most charismatic artist since Jean Michel-Basquiat.” Like the great Basquiat, Dash Snow was a graffiti writer who showed in galleries, was dismissed as a lightweight clown, became an international art star and died a drug-related death in his 20's. There's more, much more to the story of Dash Snow, an heir to a…
 
Frenchy Cannoli’s legendary life came to an end on July 18th. Recognized world-wide as an evangelist for Hashish, he was also a throwback to another era when adventurers trekked the Himalayas in search of ancient wisdom. Having him on my podcast was one of my career highlights. We honor his life as we rerun this classic Light Culture podcast from J…
 
Ricky Powell was a living legend who died earlier this year. A photographer who documented popular culture including hip hop, graffiti and pop art, he toured with the Beastie Boys and took some of the most iconic photos of that era. He was also very funny as you will hear in this rerun of one of my all time classic Light Culture podcast episodes fr…
 
Jeremy Elkin’s documentary “All the Streets Are Silent” tells the story of New York in the 90s, a decade in downtown history when hip hop met skate and set off a combustion of energy that catapaulted a youth culture to stardom and mainstream appeal. We talk about Elkin prepping at Vanity Fair; finding vintage vids of Jay-Z, Busta Rhymes and Method …
 
From his unlikely casting in Larry Clark’s movie “Kids” at 16 to his cult status as an actor and consummate art world outsider, Leo Fitzpatrick’s don’t-give-a-shit ethos has worked, landing him a role in the Wire and a co-director gig at the blue-chip Marlborough Gallery. Though he recently shut his St. Mark’s Pl. gallery, his commitment to youth-d…
 
What would make an editor/writer with a Conde Nast and Huffington Post pedigree chuck it all to start a cannbis-centric lifestyle magazine? As the co-founder of Gossamer, von Pfetten has channeled her love for travel, design, art, culture et al into a print venture that looks to update the stoner aesthetic for the 21st Century. We talk with the Van…
 
Jason DeLand has been selected to both Adweek's list of “20 Most Influential People Under 40” as well as High Times “Top 100 Most Influential People in Cannabis.” As the founder of the ad agency Anomaly and the popular Dosist e-pen, he’s a defacto futurist who looks into his crystal ball to talk about the coming world of cannabis in New York, build…
 
On the popular serialized music podcast Dissect, Cole Cuchna geeks out on iconic hip-hop albums, focusing on one song per episode. This time it’s a deep dive into Kanye West’s 2013 album Yeezus, looking at the life, times and music of this iconoclastic shape-shifter. We talk about Kanye in terms of Dylan, Stravinsky, Wagner, Nipsey Hussle and Kendr…
 
After 10 years and taking her company public, Stitch Fix founder Katrina Lake is stepping down as CEO. Taking her place this August is Elizabeth Spaulding, who joined the company shortly before the pandemic hit, rocking the online retailer’s business. Now, Stitch Fix is in rebound mode, and Spaulding is laying the foundation for the company’s next …
 
On The Future of Fashion: The Innovators podcast, executive Americas editor Hilary Milnes speaks to Jenny Campbell, CMO of Kate Spade, and PayPal’s Greg Lisiewski on fashion’s outlook led by Gen Z trend setters. Gen Z set industry trends. That’s influenced how Kate Spade shows up online, what products are best-sellers and the e-commerce and retail …
 
In her popular YouTube and Instagram videos, Eunice Chang’s found a lane that allows her to be serious and lighthearted about her greatest passion -- skateboarding. Her infectious personality shines through with her version of the skatepark community’s fun-filled antics. We talk about her love of the Jackass movies, defying Asian-American stereotyp…
 
Renzo Rosso is still building. The founder of Diesel and chairman of OTB, the Italian luxury group, led the acquisition of Jil Sander earlier this year and more M&A isn’t off the table. In seeking out brands that will be a fit for OTB, which he says is an alternative to the larger French luxury conglomerates, he looks for talent, creativity and “br…
 
Poshmark co-founder Tracy Sun joins the Vogue Business Future of Fashion: The Innovators podcast to discuss an upcoming partnership with Snapchat that will broaden the company’s reach, its outlook on sustainability and the potential of working with brands directly. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Shaun Ross has a great story to tell. Born black, gay and albino, he defied the odds and became a super model. Featured in Vogue, GQ and Paper, he walked the runway for Givenchy and Alexander McQueen and appeared in videos with Beyonce, Lana Del Ray and Katy Perry. Today he’s focused on a music career and his recently released album Shift show he’s…
 
American Giant founder and CEO believes brands will begin to commit to materials like organic cotton and fair living wages for supply chain workers as government and customer pressure builds. As part of this shift, America’s apparel manufacturing industry will play a bigger role in the industry. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informa…
 
The Yes founder Julie Bornstein joined the Vogue Business Future of Fashion podcast to discuss launching her company during a pandemic, why she doesn’t consider Instagram a fashion competitor (it’s the ads) and how user data informs the shopping experience. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Over a long career, he's been an L.A. rapper, worked with A$AP Rocky and currently manages the Buffalo-based rap collective Griselda, which includes Westside Gunn and Benny the Butcher. We talk with the founder of Agency 78 and L.A.'s Harun Coffee about making emotional connections, Kendrick, Drake and J. Cole as conscious rappers, hustling weed an…
 
H&M head of sustainability Pascal Brun joined The Future of Fashion: The Innovators podcast along with Ayesha Barenblatt, the founder and CEO of Remake, to discuss the merits of its sustainability strategy, as well as where improvements are needed. Degrowth is an essential part of any retailer’s sustainable model, Barenblatt argues. See acast.com/p…
 
Munira Rahemtulla, the director of Amazon Live, joined the Vogue Business Future of Fashion podcast to discuss the talent, creative and brand work that goes into building out a live stream shopping arm of Amazon and ambitions to become the next QVC for modern customers. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
When the author of the best-selling The Marathon Don’t Stop: The Life and Times of Nipsey Hussle began work on his biography little did he know that LA’s iconic rapper, entrepreneur and social activist would be shot and killed on his beloved streets of Crenshaw. We talk about what made Nipsey special, how he worked to transcend and build on his str…
 
On this episode of The Future of Fashion: The Innovators podcast, Eileen Fisher and Fibershed executive director Rebecca Burgess, who works with brands to help them incorporate more sustainable materials into their businesses, join executive Americas editor Hilary Milnes and senior sustainability editor Rachel Cernansky for a conversation on how co…
 
Called the world’s first bionic pop artists, Viktoria Modesta lives at the intersection of science, technology and the arts, She’s also performed at the Paralympics and been a fellow at the MIT Media Lab. I speak to the one-time fetish nightlife queen about her years at London’s Torture Garden, post-disability sensitivity, Artificial Intelligence, …
 
In this week’s episode, Dr Helen Crowley joins executive Americas editor Hilary Milnes and senior sustainability editor Rachel Cernansky for a discussion on her role at Kering, why luxury fashion has a duty to set responsible trends in regards to how fashion operates within nature and the ways the industry has set out to achieve ambitious goals rel…
 
The soundtrack of Adrian Younge’s mind includes Ennio Morricone, blaxploitation movies, Jay Z, Kendrick and Wu Tang recorded in his studio on analog where he plays all the instruments. Also a filmmaker, it all comes together in The American Negro, the multi-media project he describes as James Baldwin hooked up with Marvin Gaye produced by David Axe…
 
Depop and TikTok, two platforms largely populated by Gen Z, function as two parts of fashion’s new pipeline. As trends take off on TikTok, they inevitably boom on Depop, a peer-to-peer seller platform for DIY and used wares. This week, Depop CMO Peter Semple and TikTok fashion influencer Tim Dessaint join executive Americas editor Hilary Milnes and…
 
Cameron Silver is a natural born entertainer and a legendary retailer who owns Decades in Los Angeles. He is also the author of a gorgeous coffee table book called Decades: A Century of Fashion, a beloved QVC host, and a fashion industry veteran. He is a man of incredible character and great charm who has contributed to the fashion industry for ove…
 
Jay-Z, Dr. Dre, The Fugees, Pharrell all wanted a piece of Philly’s Most Wanted, but then the dream fell apart, forcing Al Baseer Holly to go back to the beginning, finding comfort and success in his first love, painting. We talk about the early days, what went wrong, how he’d do it different and why painting Rita Ora’s Birkin Bag changed everythin…
 
In the first episode of season 2 of The Future of Fashion: The Innovators podcast, Yoox Net-a-Porter chairman and founder Federico Marchetti joins executive Americas editor Hilary Milnes to discuss his new role and what comes next after the pandemic. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Lila Iké rocks to her own melody, a fusion of contemporary reggae with elements of soul, hip hop, and dance hall. We talk about her producer/mentor Protoje, the enduring legacy of Lauryn Hill and how she and fellow women recording artists like Koffee, Sevana and Jaz Elise are changing the game. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informat…
 
It's extremely rare for a 21 year-old of any race or gender to shoot the cover of a fashion magazine such as British Vogue, especially when it’s Beyonce on the other side of the lens. Carter still doesn’t quite know how she came to be one of our era’s most sought-after photographers, but we kick some theories around. We talk about her love of the s…
 
Jason Calacanis likes to play high stakes Poker and bet on tech startups like Uber when it was little more than a penny stock. Perhaps best known for Launch, a meetup and schmoozefest for aspiring entrepreneurs, he also hosts the podcast This Week In Startups, is a regular on Squawk Box, an intimate of tech moguls, an adversary of Mark Zuckerberg, …
 
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