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196 – Susan Bernard of Textile Instruments – Fabrics You Can Literally Tune
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2017-09-19 17:29:06 UTC 57:25
196 – Susan Bernard of Textile Instruments – Fabrics You Can Literally Tune

NASA licensed sensor technology incorporated into fabric to allow for health monitoring of living beings…

Susan Bernard, Component Distributor / Innovator / Supply Chain Expert and CEO/Founder of Textile Instruments (the first fabric that is wireless without electrical connections and without bulk, built on technology licensed from NASA – (profile)) joins Pavan Bahl, Rob Sanchez and Marc Raco at WEAR Conference 2017 in San Francisco.

Inspiration from NASA, following a hunch, and tunable fabric

Bernard shares the origins of her company and mission from when she was attending a NASA technology event a few years ago and having a conversation about sensors, how she started thinking about using sensors to monitor her baby, and bringing the NASA technology down to earth. Looking at ancient mathematics and different shapes, and taking 2D passive sensors and correlating them into fabric forms, recreating the same sensors made of different materials, making them out of a hunch, and building a suite of sensors of different textiles. Result: extremely high resonant frequencies are detectable, a wide range of spectrum to operate sensors. Bernard’s background in music as concert pianist, relating to how depending on thread count and length of thread and properties results get a different frequency, parallel to musical instrument strings — tunable fabrics.

Applications in elder, child and wound care, ergonomic possibilities, and focus on the real opportunities

Invisible field/aura around everything that vibrates, having an impedance that interrogates a dielectric field and gives frequency response, working on an app to be able to sense moving or moisture in fabric, applications for adult care, wound care, infant care, enhancement to nursing. How it is like RFID and you have to hit it with a signal. Good frequencies and bad frequencies, opportunities for ergonomic applications, concentration on quality of life and safety, not sportswear. Focusing on less congested space with big opportunity. Mothers guilt, patches of fabric samples, like a pouch with electronics inside, putting the sensor onto any fabric then tune the sensors to that fabric. Tuned per garment vs. type of fabric.

Military implications and PTSD, protecting IP, and autonomy

Commercial applications but also an asset for government to be keeping ahead of curve of knowledge and technology, and creating parallel path to help soldier. First product for early baseline detection of PTSD in soldiers because of biomedical markers to tuned fabrics. And protecting IP. Plus, Off the Grid Questions cover having no choice to fail as first generation American, being chosen by music, synesthesia, tennis, being a Renaissance Woman, autonomy and success, breakfast in bed, and a daily selfie to stay connected.

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195 – Mary Hodder of IDESG – Calming Data Nerves
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2017-09-19 17:29:06 UTC 55:53
195 – Mary Hodder of IDESG – Calming Data Nerves

Data control and privacy rating/standard certification…

Mary Hodder, Vice Chair of the Board of Directors at Identity Ecosystem Steering Group (IDESG) and a serial board member (bio), joins Pavan Bahl, Rob Sanchez and Marc Raco in front of a live audience at WEAR Conference 2017 in San Francisco.

Fixing the nervous problem, opt-in issues, and new generations

Hodder reviews her work on privacy and data control, and her background in usability engineering and product development. IDESG’s mission for rating/standard certification, for privacy and personal data control, coordinating all that many points of data to match up data from different sources, and how nearly nothing is being done to protect privacy. How if we felt more comfortable sharing data then companies could get more from us. Better sharing of data, how everyone wins, fixing the nervous problem in the marketplace, how 92% of populace have tried to stop data from getting out, why it indicates anxiety, the opt-in issues of giving up privacy, and how new generations will give up more privacy for better service.

Standards, RFID, and the impact of physical technology

Wearables, RFID and connected devices, and considerations of the European GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). Creating standardizations around data, a set of standards, privacy, security, usability, strategies to obtain adoption, getting to market faster, and the risks of data security and standards vs. delays. Companies gamifying products, incentivizing consumers to use products, guiding those companies who are looking to integrate with RFID, how it is important to look at every product and evaluate the bad and good things, designing for good, minimizing the bad, and the way development of physical technology is changing what we thnk we’re capable of.

Timing of notice, giving consumer control, and snakes vs. spiders

How wearables might get “just in time” notice, and being aware what is going on, how that takes away a lot of anxiety, and why the aggregation of large amounts of data can be radioactive. Another option suggests the individual holds data then can share it when thresholds are met, then companies working with individual data sets allow individuals to be in control, and the need to flip the model user submitted terms. Off the Grid Questions cover making cake, snakes vs. spiders, life changing feedback, fear and greed, becoming a sausage maker, and clickstream copyrights.

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194 – Michelle Bacharach of FindMine – Looking Complete
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2017-09-19 17:29:07 UTC 38:54
194 – Michelle Bacharach of FindMine – Looking Complete

Automated complete-the-look with FindMine…

Michelle Bacharach, CEO of FindMine (an automated complete-the-look that creates outfits out of every product in the catalogue) joins Pavan Bahl, Rob Sanchez, and Marc Raco at the MouthMedia Network Studios.

An automated process, tracking performance, and A/B testing

Bacharach discusses the concept of if a retailer showed consumers how to wear their apparel then sales could go up. And automated process of creating complete outfits from the catalogue, while maintaining the authenticity of brand. Tracking performance of each outfit, time savings translates to more purchases, how repeat purchase rates are affected, impacting sales overall, and continuous A/B testing. Engaging both sides of the brain, and improving user experience.

NYFTL, being present, and artificial intelligence

FindMine’s participation in the New York Fashion Tech Lab, how it is not just a fashion community, being matched with three companies including Vera Bradley, J.Crew and MatchesFashion, the importance of being present and the human presence, the reaction by merchants to the artificial intelligence, founders helping other founders, getting noticed, and adding to a growing team of more than 25.

Tina Fey, horses, and acting from a hat

Off the Grid Questions covers Tina Fey and comedy, Christopher Walken, a decision creates a life with horses and a real job, being wise beyond your years, drawing a garbage man from a hat leads to a lead role, and being passionate.

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193 – Ben Blakesley of Reebok – Right Message, Right Voice, Right Person
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193 – Ben Blakesley of Reebok – Right Message, Right Voice, Right Person

Footwear and apparel social media marketing strategy with Reebok…

Ben Blakesley, Director, Global Social Media for Reebok (bio), joins Rob Sanchez, Marc Raco and guest hosts Julia Macalaster (Head of Strategy & Growth at Def Method) on location at the Millennial 20/20 Summit in New York.

A marketing utility belt of tools, democratizing conversations and diversification

Blakesley reviews how important it is to have the right message at the right time with right person, discusses the utility belt of tools being huge and growing every day, how social media democratizes conversations we used to only be able to have one on one or with small groups, and the objective of building relationships and trust. The business objectives, and looking at being responsive vs. how much state of art of technology. Matching what social media is good at with objectives, diversification of a social media portfolio.

Managing the right voice, navigating culture and language differences, doing something vs. being like something

How social media guidelines are determined from a long developed voice of brand, and making sure partners always have the right voice no matter the international region. Reebok stands for being the best version of yourself, feeling confident, how a message is built on different platforms, and the language and version of message changes. The difference in how using social media to connect consumers wanting apparel for different reasons, using the product to do something vs. being like something, the goals to be building relationships, and repositioning the brand POV, and driving web traffic.

Finding common ground with the audience, from lemons to lemonade, and Back to the Future

Using social media to direct posts to specific audiences, focusing on what people in the world care about, and what Reebok wants to talk about, and finding that sliver of common ground. Plus, Blakesley reflects on the net big thing in content. Off the Grid Questions covers making lemonade from lemons, how getting cut from a baseball team led to a championship and scholarship, finding a great book with a well-targeted social media surprise, and being inspired by alien-looking shoes.

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192 – Aubrie Pagano of Bow and Drape – One Pun at a Time
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192 – Aubrie Pagano of Bow and Drape – One Pun at a Time

Customizable apparel with Bow and Drape…

Aubrie Pagano, Founder and Creative Director of Bow and Drape (cheeky, irreverent customized fashion and is known for its punny sweatshirts, pet sweatshirts and tees – (bio)) joins Marc Raco and Rob Sanchez on location at the Millennial 20/20 Summit in New York

A personal purchase, making customizable fashion affordable, and celebrating expression

Pagano discusses the company, founded four years ago, how she bootstrapped it then raised capital to grow, with a goal of helping customers be more expressive, being able to express one’s own preferences with customization, and how fashion is one of the most personal purchases you can make yet it didn’t really have customizable nature. How Pagano wanted to do it so customizable fashion could be affordable. The cheeky, irreverent brand, and how it celebrates expression with products from sweat shirts to pet products, shipping in under a week.

A slow-burn launch, a new 360 campaign, and customers vs. content

Why Pagano started the business, how her feeling about the reason changed since the beginning, why it was not a lightning bulb idea but instead a slow burn based in lots of research, why she turned down an amazing job opportunity, and how it is still really fun and she’s still curious how they can create moments for customers. About a new 360 campaign on blog and shoppable, which hits to value proposition of company, “Magic Moments”, telling stories of customers and why they used Bow and Drape to express those moments. The more ideas posted from internal, the more people bought them and used them. The voice was important, how it encourages people to be weird and expressive. Customers vs. content consumers, funny memes, and goofy puns.

Sticking to company ethos, on-demand manufacturing, and why it’s about fun

Pun contests, moving from the company’s own POV to allowing consumers to have their POV. Allowing crowdsourced ideas, being able to look oneself in the mirror, avoiding getting politicized and dragged into specific issues by the consumer, and the change from putting ideas out to a mix of the brand’s ideas and the consumer. Everything is on-demand manufacturing with Bow and Drape, in-store it is customized live on site at brand locations. How the primary goal is to be able to support on-demand manufacturing in margins. Off the Grid Questions cover how the decision was made for fun with company, where that prioritization comes from, commissioned neighbors for art as a child for an art fair, giving others the opportunity to be creative, Pagano’s first fashion company name, dreams of DJ-ing and the Captain of Bikini Bliss, sometimes a “B” is just a “B”, and what takes a lot of courage and to not filter one’s voice.

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Special Report – Melissa Gonzalez of The Lion’esque Group – Interactive Concept Shops To Bring New Life to Malls
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Special Report – Melissa Gonzalez of The Lion’esque Group – Interactive Concept Shops To Bring New Life to Malls

Interactive pop-up concept stores for malls with The Lion’esque Group…

Melissa Gonzalez (bio), CEO/Founder of pop up architects The Lion’esque Group, joins Marc Raco for a Special Report on a new partnership and a new initiative. Recorded at MouthMedia Network Studios in New York.

Gonzalez discusses partnering with GGP, one of the top mall operators in the country, the new brand In Real Life (IRL) which allows digital natives and brands with a limited brick and mortar footprint to have a physical location in a turnkey membership format.

Why brick and mortar and this partnership is important as part of the customer journey, why a physical space remains irreplaceable, and how launching at top premiere locations with a systemized approach can change the public opinion of pop ups. How the model differs in this initiative from a traditional lease, the value of operator support, focusing on complimentary brands, staffing support, and a partnership with Impinj offers important RFID contributions to comprehensively measure ROI. Plus, launching a key to connect the online and offline worlds.

Being mindful of customer experience, no inventory in the concept stores—making them experiential entirely. Less of a learning curve for the customer, working to have customers spend more time in the store to build a relationship which creates a sense of permanency to see the companies as lifestyles to be a part of. And how the partnership with GGP came about (hint: ShopTalk). Plus, creating opportunities for brands to grow, new ways to think of tenancy, and being an architect of a new story for brands.

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200 – Fashion Model Candice Huffine and Ziel CEO Marleen Vogelaar – The 200th Show
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200 – Fashion Model Candice Huffine and Ziel CEO Marleen Vogelaar – The 200th Show

Collaboration between on-demand active wear manufacturer and international model…

Photo credit: Albert Cheung Photography

Candice Huffine (international fashion model and Founder of Day Won – (bio)) and Marleen Vogelaar (Founder/CEO of Ziel, custom activewear collections, designed and delivered on-demand – (bio)) join Pavan Bahl, Rob Sanchez, Marc Raco and guest host (and editor for WWD) Andrew Nodell for the 200th episode of Fashion Is Your Business, recorded on location at La Marina Restaurant Bar and Beach Lounge in New York City and sponsored by Stylitics, Musefind and Instasleep.

A model’s journey, from engineer to fashion brand founder, and an inspiring collaboration

Photo credit: Albert Cheung Photography

Huffine shared her journey as a plus-sized model, a decision at 15 years old to follow a dream, discovering an industry split into two, and a path she was meant to take, as a plus model, a.k.a. “curvy”, and as a role model to motivate people to look their best selves. Becoming a new runner, completing a full marathon, encouraging women to do something just for themselves, and taking on the latest role as a designer of a new fitness apparel line, collaborating with Ziel.

Vogelaar discusses her background in 3D printing, as an engineer not a designer, co-founding Shapeways (the biggest on demand 3D fashion printing company in the world) learning how designers think, how being very tall created a desire and need to create her own clothing, seeing brand fragmentation happening, seeing a lot of technology to make custom clothing, and making a dedicated line for who someone is and what someone stands for like Huffine with Ziel – on-demand design and manufacturing service for retailers and brands.

A new chapter, a new brand name, and propelling designers

Photo credit: Albert Cheung Photography

Huffine on the work she’s doing with Ziel, why it is both a continuation of her same journey and a new chapter, coming into partnership as knowledgeable and ready, as a natural progression for a model, creating a new brand, and preparing for a long time. She offers a scoop, announcing her new fitness apparel brand name “Day Won”! How Vogelaar is a frustrated buyer of fashion, and the purpose to propel new designers like Huffine, and making it so the women wearing the apparel feel that they can be doing something that makes them feel like the best version of themselves.

Heptathlons, podcasts and movies, and blue crabs

Photo credit: Albert Cheung Photography

Off the Grid Questions cover the first thought of “Look at me”, pageant queen posters, training for heptathlons, growing up in a factory, building engines vs. the perfect pageant wave, a cash register obsession, spiders and sharks, being relevant, living through brands, staying on brand with podcasts and movies, Huffine gets a job offer, answering where your from, and elusive steamed blue crabs, feeling at home, and a good team.

Note from the hosts: Thank you to all of our guests, listeners, team members, guest hosts, sponsors, and partners for 200 incredible shows. There is much more ahead! And thanks to all who attended our 200th Show recording event, and sharing the moment, the fun, the scenic view, the heat and the helicopters!

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191 – Jennie Baik of Orchard Mile – A Mall, But Online
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191 – Jennie Baik of Orchard Mile – A Mall, But Online

Luxury digital mall shopping platform…

Jennie Baik of Orchard MileJennie Baik, CEO and Co-Founder of Orchard Mile (a zero IT integration direct to consumer cross shopping platform -(bio)), joins Pavan Bahl, Marc Raco and guest host Ilan Tito at the Millennial 20/20 Summit in New York City.

From Harvard to Burberry, why the name, and a real estate play

Jennie Baik of Orchard MileBaik discusses pulling together Millennial trends of going direct to consumer and connecting more with stories. How she started as investment banker and consultant, graduated from Harvard Business School, then went into digital marketing, then got an offer at Burberry. How Orchard Mile is a “zero IT integration direct to consumer cross shopping platform, like a mall, but online”. Why the name Orchard Mile, and why it is more of a “real estate play”, taking out leases to drive traffic and get consumers to pay attention, shopping as if with 50 different tabs without going site to site, bringing in social info, video and content.

Micro-moments, a data engine, and incentivizing community

Jennie Baik of Orchard MileThe customer journey with micro-moments, being there when customers need you, how affiliates push you at moment of purchase but Orchard Mile records the actions of every person that comes to the site. A focus on women, perfecting the model and then applying a similar formula for other verticals. Unique visitors of 150,000/month, and how Orchard Mile might be a Trojan horse for an intense data engine to know more about consumers. Testing a gating wall to have the experience and give them something back to incentivize to be part of the community. “Edutainment”, the desire for fewer nicer things, designers making garments that can be worn a variety of ways, and one of the biggest brand wins and why WWD mattered.

A new ending, a prized possession, and an open mind

Jennie Baik of Orchard MileOff the Grid Questions involve “The English Patient” with a new ending, a first luxury purchase, a prized possession involving a dream of success as a working woman, a worldwide husband hunting tour, learning from Millennials, and bettering business with an open mind.

 

 

References:

Stylitics  [Episode 051]

byReveal [Episode 136]

Jared Kleinert [Episode 159]

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190 – Daren Hull of West Elm – Because of Experience
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190 – Daren Hull of West Elm – Because of Experience

Using digital tech to create retail experiences with West Elm…

Daren Hull, SVP Technology, Stores at West Elm Digital at Williams-Sonoma, Inc. (a retail store that features contemporary furniture designs and other housewares – (bio)), joins Pavan Bahl, Rob Sanchez, and Marc Raco and guest host Pau Sabria, Co-Founder/CEO of Olapic [Episode 186], on location in Las Vegas for Shoptalk 2017. This episode is powered by Olapic.

Great stories, a high digital IQ, and machine learning

Hull discusses creating great experiences with brands, a great story with great products and services. Heading that direction is what matters, including the integration of team, bringing digital back into the offline world, their new augmented reality app, making sure there’s a high digital IQ across various teams, and connection between home and the store. The interview gets awkward (in a fun way) when team building reveals poaching. Plus, a teaching machine learning to speak and understand cultural variances.

Education, active communication and collaborations

Making associates better vs. digital signage etc., making friction disappear vs. new experiences, interest in experimenting with sensors, and observing behavior and psychology, anticipating needs, and West Elm’s focus on providing people with the info they want. Merchandising stores efficiently, education as a gap they are trying to fill, arming associates to inspire and educate the consumer, how digital is aiding store layout, how West Elm has become a leader in the space, looking at influencers to tell stories, why omnichannel isn’t a good idea, why we like text and chat messaging, and how shopping requires more active communication. Social shopping, aligned collaborations that create great social moments, and partnering products for synergy.

Finger-painting, remaking a movie, and keeping it simple

Off the Grid Questions cover being easily distracted, finger-painting violence, why marrying a designer made sense, remaking “The Untouchables”, a sadistic book recommendation, escaping on a plane, being distractible, and why keeping things simple and picking what you’re good at matters in the face of a flood of amazing technology.

References:

Bucket Feet

Jim Brett

Casper

Zola [Episode 121]

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189 – Stephan Schambach of Newstore – Mobilizing Integrated Retail
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189 – Stephan Schambach of Newstore – Mobilizing Integrated Retail

Integrating stores into mobile ecommerce with Newstore…

Stephen Schambach, Founder and CEO of Newstore (a mobile first retail platform that integrates the stores – bio), joins Pavan Bahl, Rob Sanchez, and Marc Raco on location in Las Vegas for Shoptalk 2017. This episode is powered by Olapic.

Breaking news, genesis of Newstore, and what luxury customer want

Schambach shares breaking news about completion of a highly successful round of fundraising, his experience as a lifetime entrepreneur with companies like Intershop and Demandware, having seen the industry changing due to mobile technology, the need for mobile first and a new approach to ecommerce, all mixed with better customer and digital experiences, and the genesis of the idea for Newstore. How luxury customers no longer willing to sleep at the door for a product and service is critical and a global trend, Newstore’s ability to integrate with back end inventory with a store, and dealing with phantom inventory.

Aligning with tech innovations, Apple Pay, and building in the US

Looking ahead at working with AI and robotics, the relevance of beacon tech, why Apple Pay is so important, tokenizing, whether separate apps work or do they need to be integrated into payment platforms like Apple Pay, who the best fit clients are for Newstore, the approach for developing clients and a touchpoint, how the head of digital fits in, what will be necessary to follow the changing consumer behavior, and why the US is a good place to build new things.

The best seafood, self-educating in Germany, and adventurous eating

Off the Grid Questions cover eating local, the best Boston seafood, adventurous eating, childhood construction, self-educating in Germany, and getting an Executive MBA.

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188 – Manish Chandra and Tracy Sun of Poshmark – Commerce Community
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188 – Manish Chandra and Tracy Sun of Poshmark – Commerce Community

187 – Nadia Boujarwah of Dia&Co – Sizing Up Personalized Commerce
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187 – Nadia Boujarwah of Dia&Co – Sizing Up Personalized Commerce

BONUS – Eli Ostreicher – Part 1 – Rags to Riches, Narrow and Deep
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BONUS – Eli Ostreicher – Part 1 – Rags to Riches, Narrow and Deep

186 – Pau Sabria of Olapic – The Bigger Picture
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186 – Pau Sabria of Olapic – The Bigger Picture

185 – Liron Slonimsky and Preeti Mattoo of Awear – Just Rewards
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185 – Liron Slonimsky and Preeti Mattoo of Awear – Just Rewards

184 – Sid Jatia of Under Armour – Looking Good and Feeling Good
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184 – Sid Jatia of Under Armour – Looking Good and Feeling Good

Wear Conference 2017 Post-Game Report
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Wear Conference 2017 Post-Game Report

183 – Marcie Allen of MAC Presents and Taylor Bennett – The Story of Music and Brands
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183 – Marcie Allen of MAC Presents and Taylor Bennett – The Story of Music and Brands

FIYB Presents Katherine Power of Clique Media Group on TopTalk with Liz Bacelar
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FIYB Presents Katherine Power of Clique Media Group on TopTalk with Liz Bacelar

182 – Healey Cypher of Oak – Tomorrow’s Store Today
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182 – Healey Cypher of Oak – Tomorrow’s Store Today

181 – John Gaydac of Toshiba – Commerce Brilliantly
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181 – John Gaydac of Toshiba – Commerce Brilliantly

180 – Emily Culp of Keds – Made First For Women
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180 – Emily Culp of Keds – Made First For Women

FIYB Presents Chris Morton of Lyst at Shoptalk on TopTalk with Liz Bacelar
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FIYB Presents Chris Morton of Lyst at Shoptalk on TopTalk with Liz Bacelar

179 – Ryan Broshar of Techstars – Targeting Star Tech Startups
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179 – Ryan Broshar of Techstars – Targeting Star Tech Startups

178 – Mindy Grossman of HSNI – From Selling to Storytelling
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178 – Mindy Grossman of HSNI – From Selling to Storytelling

177 – Stuart Silverman of RaterBee – Rating Retail
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177 – Stuart Silverman of RaterBee – Rating Retail

176 – Steve Carlin of SoftBank Robotics America – Robot Retail
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176 – Steve Carlin of SoftBank Robotics America – Robot Retail

175 – Yoni Lavi of Lavi Industries – Queuing Up Retail
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175 – Yoni Lavi of Lavi Industries – Queuing Up Retail

174 – Jyothi Rao of INTERMIX – Relationship Retail
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174 – Jyothi Rao of INTERMIX – Relationship Retail

173 – Rony Chammas and Jason Levine of Peerspace – Peer-to-Peer Space Booking, an On Air Challenge
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173 – Rony Chammas and Jason Levine of Peerspace – Peer-to-Peer Space Booking, an On Air Challenge

FIYB Presents Rebecca Minkoff at SXSW on TopTalk with Liz Bacelar
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FIYB Presents Rebecca Minkoff at SXSW on TopTalk with Liz Bacelar

172 – Aliza Licht of alice + olivia by Stacey Bendet – Fearless Brand Marketing
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172 – Aliza Licht of alice + olivia by Stacey Bendet – Fearless Brand Marketing

171 – Jonathan Epstein – A.I. Doesn’t Need an Expensed Lunch
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171 – Jonathan Epstein – A.I. Doesn’t Need an Expensed Lunch

Shoptalk 2017 – Post Game Report – Day 3
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Shoptalk 2017 – Post Game Report – Day 3

170 – Lindsay Boyajian of Augment – Visualizing New Retail Realities
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170 – Lindsay Boyajian of Augment – Visualizing New Retail Realities

Shoptalk 2017 – Post Game Report – Days 1 and 2
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Shoptalk 2017 – Post Game Report – Days 1 and 2

New Podcast – Beauty Is Your Business – Preview
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New Podcast – Beauty Is Your Business – Preview

169 – Jill Sherman of Modalyst – Dropshipping Automated
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169 – Jill Sherman of Modalyst – Dropshipping Automated

168 – Bilal Zaidi of Google and Creator Lab – POV
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168 – Bilal Zaidi of Google and Creator Lab – POV

167 – Matt Kaden of MMG Advisors – Enamored by the Future
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167 – Matt Kaden of MMG Advisors – Enamored by the Future

166 – Daymond John of FUBU, Shark Tank and Blueprint and Co – Blueprint of a Successful Entrepreneur
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166 – Daymond John of FUBU, Shark Tank and Blueprint and Co – Blueprint of a Successful Entrepreneur

165 – Samantha Wiener of Rough Draft Ventures – Good Ideas Have No Age Limit
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165 – Samantha Wiener of Rough Draft Ventures – Good Ideas Have No Age Limit

164 – Joe Rubin of FundingPost and ARC Angel Fund – Front Row Seat to the Future
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164 – Joe Rubin of FundingPost and ARC Angel Fund – Front Row Seat to the Future

163 – Purva Gupta of Lily – Emotional Technology, an On Air Challenge
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163 – Purva Gupta of Lily – Emotional Technology, an On Air Challenge

162 – TJ Travelbee of IBM IX – When Watson Became Your Copilot
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162 – TJ Travelbee of IBM IX – When Watson Became Your Copilot

161 – Vikrum Aiyer the Former Chief of Staff of USPTO – Getting Real about the Future of Innovation and IoT in America
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161 – Vikrum Aiyer the Former Chief of Staff of USPTO – Getting Real about the Future of Innovation and IoT in America

160 – Ryan Parker of Intel – The Responsive Store
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160 – Ryan Parker of Intel – The Responsive Store

159 – Jared Kleinert of 3 Billion Under 30 – Millennial Mission
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159 – Jared Kleinert of 3 Billion Under 30 – Millennial Mission

158 – Sam Payrovi of Custom Consortium – Customizing Change
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158 – Sam Payrovi of Custom Consortium – Customizing Change

157 – Keeth Smart of Physiclo – Resistance is Not Futile
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157 – Keeth Smart of Physiclo – Resistance is Not Futile

156 – Jaclyn Ling of Kik – All About The Bots
37:46
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156 – Jaclyn Ling of Kik – All About The Bots

A Holiday Message from FIYB
7:36
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A Holiday Message from FIYB

155 – Michael Crooks – Selling Luxury with Psychology
48:32
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155 – Michael Crooks – Selling Luxury with Psychology

154 – Susan Bruch of Your Style Unzipped – Part 2 On Air Challenge
43:35
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154 – Susan Bruch of Your Style Unzipped – Part 2 On Air Challenge

153 – Susan Bruch of Your Style Unzipped – Part 1 On Air Challenge
1:06:02
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153 – Susan Bruch of Your Style Unzipped – Part 1 On Air Challenge

FIYB Presents – Lawrence Lenihan on TopTalk with Liz Bacelar
2017-09-19 17:29:13 UTC
FIYB Presents – Lawrence Lenihan on TopTalk with Liz Bacelar

Special Report – Stephanie Benedetto of Queen of Raw at LAUNCH Nordic Forum
11:38
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Special Report – Stephanie Benedetto of Queen of Raw at LAUNCH Nordic Forum

152 – Veronika Harbick and Michael Carlson of Thursday Finest – Humans at Thursday Finest
2017-09-19 17:29:13 UTC
152 – Veronika Harbick and Michael Carlson of Thursday Finest – Humans at Thursday Finest

151 – Chris Petrakis and Sean Rashid of Solebrity – Shift of Power
2017-09-19 17:29:14 UTC
151 – Chris Petrakis and Sean Rashid of Solebrity – Shift of Power

150 – Jackie Trebilcock of New York Fashion Tech Lab – Springboard of Success
24:44
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150 – Jackie Trebilcock of New York Fashion Tech Lab – Springboard of Success

149 – Justin Stone of Deposco – Crossing the Next Level Chasm
2017-09-19 17:29:14 UTC
149 – Justin Stone of Deposco – Crossing the Next Level Chasm

148 – Jerry Wilmink of Wisewear – The Devil Wears Prada Visits Nerd Engineers
32:38
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148 – Jerry Wilmink of Wisewear – The Devil Wears Prada Visits Nerd Engineers

147 – Shen Wu and Ting Li of Little Red Book – An Instagram for China with a Real Buy Button
25:41
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147 – Shen Wu and Ting Li of Little Red Book – An Instagram for China with a Real Buy Button

146 – Lee Holman of lululemon – Full Potential
51:08
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146 – Lee Holman of lululemon – Full Potential

145 – Sandra Lopez of Intel – From Wearables to Wantables
2017-09-19 17:29:14 UTC
145 – Sandra Lopez of Intel – From Wearables to Wantables

144 – Liz Rossof of Betabrand – The Crowd Loves It
1:17:38
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144 – Liz Rossof of Betabrand – The Crowd Loves It

143 – Ivan Poupyrev of Google – Project Jacquard
17:34
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143 – Ivan Poupyrev of Google – Project Jacquard

142 – Jennifer Yemu Li of MuseFind – One Million Influencers
1:07:22
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142 – Jennifer Yemu Li of MuseFind – One Million Influencers

Special Report – FIYB at Fashion Tech Forum 2016 – Post-Game Report
29:53
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Special Report – FIYB at Fashion Tech Forum 2016 – Post-Game Report

141 – Erika Miller of ELM Consulting – Search Party
2017-09-19 17:29:15 UTC
141 – Erika Miller of ELM Consulting – Search Party

140 – Karen Harvey of Fashion Tech Forum – Now and Zen
55:48
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140 – Karen Harvey of Fashion Tech Forum – Now and Zen

139 – Sarah McVittie of Dressipi – Personal Edit
2017-09-19 17:29:15 UTC
139 – Sarah McVittie of Dressipi – Personal Edit

Augmented Reality – Demo of Atheer’s AR glasses and Air Suite platform
18:44
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Augmented Reality – Demo of Atheer’s AR glasses and Air Suite platform

138 – Alberto Torres of Atheer – Computing, The Next Generation
55:50
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138 – Alberto Torres of Atheer – Computing, The Next Generation

137 – Billie Whitehouse of Wearable Experiments – Haptic Highway
1:08:16
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137 – Billie Whitehouse of Wearable Experiments – Haptic Highway

136 – Megan Berry of byReveal – Retail Revelation
56:48
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136 – Megan Berry of byReveal – Retail Revelation

135 – Alex Olmsted of Good vs Evil – The Business of Good
2017-09-19 17:29:16 UTC
135 – Alex Olmsted of Good vs Evil – The Business of Good

134 – Andrew Weinreich of Andrew’s Roadmaps – Running the Fastest
2017-09-19 17:29:16 UTC
134 – Andrew Weinreich of Andrew’s Roadmaps – Running the Fastest

133 – Davide Vigano of Sensoria – Socks, Shirts and Science
2017-09-19 17:29:16 UTC
133 – Davide Vigano of Sensoria – Socks, Shirts and Science

132 – Nora Levinson and Soyoung Park of Caeden – Form, Function, and Finding Balance
2017-09-19 17:29:16 UTC
132 – Nora Levinson and Soyoung Park of Caeden – Form, Function, and Finding Balance

131 – Mark Jamison of Visa – Putting a New Ring on the Olympics
18:35
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131 – Mark Jamison of Visa – Putting a New Ring on the Olympics

130 – Mounir Zok of The US Olympic Committee – The Secret Sauce of Sports Success
34:20
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130 – Mounir Zok of The US Olympic Committee – The Secret Sauce of Sports Success

129 – Scott Miller of Dragon Innovation – Plastic, Circuitboards and Democracy
40:18
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129 – Scott Miller of Dragon Innovation – Plastic, Circuitboards and Democracy

128 – Rosalind Picard of MIT Media Lab – Making It So
2017-09-19 17:29:17 UTC
128 – Rosalind Picard of MIT Media Lab – Making It So

127 – Michael Corbett of WEEL Technologies – As Goes the Smart Car
2017-09-19 17:29:17 UTC
127 – Michael Corbett of WEEL Technologies – As Goes the Smart Car

126 – Henry Chang of IBM Research – The Balance of Becoming Human
2017-09-19 17:29:17 UTC
126 – Henry Chang of IBM Research – The Balance of Becoming Human

125 – Kathryn Hume and Nick Vermeer of Fast Forward Labs – Thinking Ahead
2017-09-19 17:29:17 UTC
125 – Kathryn Hume and Nick Vermeer of Fast Forward Labs – Thinking Ahead

124 – Alan Tisch of Spring – For the Love of Shopping
38:16
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124 – Alan Tisch of Spring – For the Love of Shopping

123 – Tom Sisson of Cheetah Software Systems – Getting It There
26:49
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123 – Tom Sisson of Cheetah Software Systems – Getting It There

122 – Francesca Rosella of CuteCircuit – Hello, Your Dress is Ringing
2017-09-19 17:29:18 UTC
122 – Francesca Rosella of CuteCircuit – Hello, Your Dress is Ringing

121 – Shan-Lyn Ma of Zola – Love at First Site
43:54
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121 – Shan-Lyn Ma of Zola – Love at First Site

120 – Congresswoman Suzan DelBene of Washington State – Leading Forward
2017-09-19 17:29:18 UTC
120 – Congresswoman Suzan DelBene of Washington State – Leading Forward

119 – Vikrum Aiyer of the USPTO – Hallway of Ideas
32:53
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119 – Vikrum Aiyer of the USPTO – Hallway of Ideas

118 – Alex Winter of Placemeter – Sensing the Future of Retail
38:23
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118 – Alex Winter of Placemeter – Sensing the Future of Retail

117 – Rakesh Tondon of Le Tote – Wear, Return, Repeat
42:01
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117 – Rakesh Tondon of Le Tote – Wear, Return, Repeat

116 – Meg Burich of Adidas – Embedded Coach
2017-09-19 17:29:18 UTC
116 – Meg Burich of Adidas – Embedded Coach

115 – Lawrence Lenihan of Resonance – Creation vs. Continuity
40:42
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115 – Lawrence Lenihan of Resonance – Creation vs. Continuity

114 – Rebecca Minkoff and Uri Minkoff – A Self-Defined, Unconventional Life
35:21
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114 – Rebecca Minkoff and Uri Minkoff – A Self-Defined, Unconventional Life

113 – Nimmity Zappert of Localz – Smart People That Get Stuff Done
32:06
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113 – Nimmity Zappert of Localz – Smart People That Get Stuff Done

112 – Brian Mech and Yvonne Felix of eSight – Seeing the Future
1:05:26
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112 – Brian Mech and Yvonne Felix of eSight – Seeing the Future

111 – Samrat Vasisht of MindMeld – The Needs of the Many
41:38
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111 – Samrat Vasisht of MindMeld – The Needs of the Many

110 – James Rhee of Ashley Stewart – When Underdogs Win
43:58
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110 – James Rhee of Ashley Stewart – When Underdogs Win

109 – Andrew Rosen of Theory – A Seam in the Market
15:55
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109 – Andrew Rosen of Theory – A Seam in the Market

108 – Ryan Weldon and Darian Baugh of Men’s Style Lab – Style Scientists
39:45
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108 – Ryan Weldon and Darian Baugh of Men’s Style Lab – Style Scientists

107 – Gihan Amarasiriwardena of Ministry of Supply – A Lasting Aesthetic
2017-09-19 17:29:19 UTC
107 – Gihan Amarasiriwardena of Ministry of Supply – A Lasting Aesthetic

106 – Leah Malone of Foursquare – Not Just Your Momma’s Check-In App Anymore
30:33
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106 – Leah Malone of Foursquare – Not Just Your Momma’s Check-In App Anymore

105 – Rodney Williams of LISNR – Listen to this Data
39:04
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105 – Rodney Williams of LISNR – Listen to this Data

104 – Scott Emmons of The Innovation Lab at Neiman Marcus – Innovative Fashion Nerds
41:16
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104 – Scott Emmons of The Innovation Lab at Neiman Marcus – Innovative Fashion Nerds

103 – Jeff Fisher of Sunglass Hut and Luxottica – Shades of Transformation
54:29
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103 – Jeff Fisher of Sunglass Hut and Luxottica – Shades of Transformation

102 – Deborah Lloyd of Kate Spade – Turmeric Yellow
36:33
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102 – Deborah Lloyd of Kate Spade – Turmeric Yellow

101 – Liz Bacelar – Liz 101
41:41
2017-09-19 17:29:20 UTC 41:41
101 – Liz Bacelar – Liz 101

100 – Rassi of MILK Studios – The Right People in the Room
2017-09-19 17:29:20 UTC
100 – Rassi of MILK Studios – The Right People in the Room

Bonus Episode – Wearable Technology at TechStyle NYC
36:17
2017-09-19 17:29:20 UTC 36:17
Bonus Episode – Wearable Technology at TechStyle NYC

Before The 100th Episode – We Go to Eleven
56:57
2017-09-19 17:29:21 UTC 56:57
Before The 100th Episode – We Go to Eleven

Special Report – FIYB at SHOPTALK – Post-Game Report Day 1
2017-09-19 17:29:21 UTC
Special Report – FIYB at SHOPTALK – Post-Game Report Day 1

099 – David Yi of Mashable – Fashion Is Your Armor
49:42
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099 – David Yi of Mashable – Fashion Is Your Armor

098 – Eric Bandholz of Beardbrand – Show Your Real Face
40:31
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098 – Eric Bandholz of Beardbrand – Show Your Real Face

097 – Brian Laney of Alert Tech – Fitting Rooms of The Future
2017-09-19 17:29:21 UTC
097 – Brian Laney of Alert Tech – Fitting Rooms of The Future

096 – David Tull of JackThreads – Fashion with a Tech IQ
35:08
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096 – David Tull of JackThreads – Fashion with a Tech IQ

095 – Jason Robinson of UPS – Delivering Data [SPONSORED]
1:11:15
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095 – Jason Robinson of UPS – Delivering Data [SPONSORED]

094 – Cody DeBacker of Shopify Plus – Connecting the eCommerce Dots
31:50
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094 – Cody DeBacker of Shopify Plus – Connecting the eCommerce Dots

093 – Robin Copland and Dianne Inniss of ThoughtWorks – Thinking Differently
58:45
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093 – Robin Copland and Dianne Inniss of ThoughtWorks – Thinking Differently

092 – Matthew Burnett and Tanya Menendez of Maker’s Row – Twenty First Century American Dream
1:20:30
2017-09-19 17:29:22 UTC 1:20:30
092 – Matthew Burnett and Tanya Menendez of Maker’s Row – Twenty First Century American Dream

091 – Shauna Mei of Aha Life – Our Aha Moment
1:02:54
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091 – Shauna Mei of Aha Life – Our Aha Moment

090 – Marta Jamrozik and Misha Laskin of Claire – Choose Your Own Fashion
1:16:38
2017-09-19 17:29:22 UTC 1:16:38
090 – Marta Jamrozik and Misha Laskin of Claire – Choose Your Own Fashion

089 – Karoline Gross of Smartzer – The Fifth Dimension of Video
41:36
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089 – Karoline Gross of Smartzer – The Fifth Dimension of Video

088– Sapna Shah of Red Giraffe Advisors – Financing the Future
2017-09-19 17:29:22 UTC
088– Sapna Shah of Red Giraffe Advisors – Financing the Future

087– Nikunj Marvania and Mario Lanzarotti of Awl and Sundry – Shoe Story
1:50:45
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087– Nikunj Marvania and Mario Lanzarotti of Awl and Sundry – Shoe Story

086 – Julie Fredrickson of Stowaway Cosmetics – Hitting Pan
2017-09-19 17:29:22 UTC
086 – Julie Fredrickson of Stowaway Cosmetics – Hitting Pan

085 – Melissa Gonzalez and Aliana Galan of The Lion’esque Group – Pop Up Pioneers
1:22:19
2017-09-19 17:29:23 UTC 1:22:19
085 – Melissa Gonzalez and Aliana Galan of The Lion’esque Group – Pop Up Pioneers

084 – Amanda Curtis and Gemma Sole of Nineteenth Amendment – Democratizing Fashion
1:07:46
2017-09-19 17:29:23 UTC 1:07:46
084 – Amanda Curtis and Gemma Sole of Nineteenth Amendment – Democratizing Fashion

083 – Recording Artist BØRNS – The BØRNS Supremacy (a.k.a. The Fashionable Astronaut)
1:03:34
2017-09-19 17:29:23 UTC 1:03:34
083 – Recording Artist BØRNS – The BØRNS Supremacy (a.k.a. The Fashionable Astronaut)

Special Report – Nineteenth Amendment Announces Fashion Week Now Shoppable With Macy’s
17:44
2017-09-19 17:29:23 UTC 17:44
Special Report – Nineteenth Amendment Announces Fashion Week Now Shoppable With Macy’s

082 – Amanda Parkes of Manufacture NY – Robotics, Stilettos and Girl Scouts
1:37:50
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082 – Amanda Parkes of Manufacture NY – Robotics, Stilettos and Girl Scouts

081 – Third Wave Fashion Panel – Three’s a Panel
1:04:14
2017-09-19 17:29:23 UTC 1:04:14
081 – Third Wave Fashion Panel – Three’s a Panel

080 – Jade Huang of StyleSage – What’s Your Data Diet?
1:10:30
2017-09-19 17:29:23 UTC 1:10:30
080 – Jade Huang of StyleSage – What’s Your Data Diet?

079 – Frank Spadafora of D’Marie Group – The All Kardashian Show
2017-09-19 17:29:24 UTC
079 – Frank Spadafora of D’Marie Group – The All Kardashian Show

078 – Nikki Robinson – Gloss and Glam – Employing Beauty
32:50
2017-09-19 17:29:24 UTC 32:50
078 – Nikki Robinson – Gloss and Glam – Employing Beauty

077 – Shawn Boyer and Kate Boyer of Anatomie Sportswear – Human and Hustling
28:54
2017-09-19 17:29:24 UTC 28:54
077 – Shawn Boyer and Kate Boyer of Anatomie Sportswear – Human and Hustling

076 – Emily Blumenthal of Handbag Designer 101 – From the Bag Backwards
17:53
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076 – Emily Blumenthal of Handbag Designer 101 – From the Bag Backwards

075 – Bob Bell and Aidin Tavakkol of Limespot – Model Behavior
22:15
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075 – Bob Bell and Aidin Tavakkol of Limespot – Model Behavior

074 – Sarah Slutsky of Cinematique and Cally Russell of Mallzee – Capture and Captivate
22:13
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074 – Sarah Slutsky of Cinematique and Cally Russell of Mallzee – Capture and Captivate

073 – Greg Vilines and Catherine Iger of Fittery – Perfect Fit
26:55
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073 – Greg Vilines and Catherine Iger of Fittery – Perfect Fit

072 – Olga Vidisheva of Shoptiques – The Power of the American Dream
50:58
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072 – Olga Vidisheva of Shoptiques – The Power of the American Dream

071 – David Munczinski and Bryan Tunick of Brickwork – The Digital Front Door
22:55
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071 – David Munczinski and Bryan Tunick of Brickwork – The Digital Front Door

070 – Grant Barth of Levi Strauss – Being Authentic
21:26
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070 – Grant Barth of Levi Strauss – Being Authentic

069 – Katie Roof of TechCrunch – An Appetite for Discovery
22:18
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069 – Katie Roof of TechCrunch – An Appetite for Discovery

068 – Frank Spadafora of D’Marie Group – In the Middle of the Conversation
1:31:30
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068 – Frank Spadafora of D’Marie Group – In the Middle of the Conversation

067 – Clare King of Propel – Sailors, Soldiers and Firefighters
21:32
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067 – Clare King of Propel – Sailors, Soldiers and Firefighters

066 – Sid Jatia of Under Armour – Part of the Party
21:40
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066 – Sid Jatia of Under Armour – Part of the Party

065 – Julie Wainwright of The RealReal – Startup for the First Billion
2017-09-19 17:29:25 UTC
065 – Julie Wainwright of The RealReal – Startup for the First Billion

064 – Dao Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne of DKNY – Perfection from Imperfection
10:53
2017-09-19 17:29:25 UTC 10:53
064 – Dao Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne of DKNY – Perfection from Imperfection

063 – Angelia Muller of XRC Labs – Hodgepodge
56:49
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063 – Angelia Muller of XRC Labs – Hodgepodge

062 – Nitin Mangtani, Stephanie Clay and Ken Pilot of PredictSpring – Get on the Platform Train
38:46
2017-09-19 17:29:26 UTC 38:46
062 – Nitin Mangtani, Stephanie Clay and Ken Pilot of PredictSpring – Get on the Platform Train

061 – Heather Marie of Shoppable – Wanting It All
1:03:47
2017-09-19 17:29:26 UTC 1:03:47
061 – Heather Marie of Shoppable – Wanting It All

060 – Chris Merkle of Razur – Money Blanket
1:18:53
2017-09-19 17:29:26 UTC 1:18:53
060 – Chris Merkle of Razur – Money Blanket

059 – Dr. Sabine Seymour of Moondial and Softspot – The Seamless Second Skin
1:01:20
2017-09-19 17:29:26 UTC 1:01:20
059 – Dr. Sabine Seymour of Moondial and Softspot – The Seamless Second Skin

058 – Anoop Kansupada of Loeb.nyc – Six Years, Thirty-One Interviews
42:53
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058 – Anoop Kansupada of Loeb.nyc – Six Years, Thirty-One Interviews

057 – Uri Minkoff of the Rebecca Minkoff and Uri Minkoff brands – The Nerve of Change, The Rise of Comfort and The Amazing Card Story
1:35:34
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057 – Uri Minkoff of the Rebecca Minkoff and Uri Minkoff brands – The Nerve of Change, The Rise of Comfort and The Amazing Card Story

056 – Deep Gujral of Nomad Financial – Getting Deep into Finance
38:22
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056 – Deep Gujral of Nomad Financial – Getting Deep into Finance

055 – Jackie Trebilcock of New York Fashion Tech Lab – Ahead of the Curve
2017-09-19 17:29:27 UTC
055 – Jackie Trebilcock of New York Fashion Tech Lab – Ahead of the Curve

054 – Aziz Hasan and Zooey Purdy of Refinery29 – The Game of Thrones of Fashion
23:08
2017-09-19 17:29:27 UTC 23:08
054 – Aziz Hasan and Zooey Purdy of Refinery29 – The Game of Thrones of Fashion

053 – Stephanie Benedetto of Queen of Raw – The Supply Chain Gang
1:07:32
2017-09-19 17:29:27 UTC 1:07:32
053 – Stephanie Benedetto of Queen of Raw – The Supply Chain Gang

Special Report – Refinery29 Goes Global
2017-09-19 17:29:27 UTC
Special Report – Refinery29 Goes Global

052 – David Goldberg of Corigin Ventures – Why and Why You?
2017-09-19 17:29:27 UTC
052 – David Goldberg of Corigin Ventures – Why and Why You?

051 – Rohan Deuskar of Stylitics – Robot Stylist: The Jetsons are Coming (or The Double Fluffy)
1:22:17
2017-09-19 17:29:27 UTC 1:22:17
051 – Rohan Deuskar of Stylitics – Robot Stylist: The Jetsons are Coming (or The Double Fluffy)

The 50th Show – Best Show Ever
2017-09-19 17:29:27 UTC
The 50th Show – Best Show Ever

049 – Andrew Young of Global Fashion Tech Battle – Poland, Prizes and Potential: The Overworked Asian Part 2
50:51
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049 – Andrew Young of Global Fashion Tech Battle – Poland, Prizes and Potential: The Overworked Asian Part 2

048 – Andrew Young of Global Fashion Tech Battle – Battles, Bottles and Beginnings: The Overworked Asian Part 1
49:55
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048 – Andrew Young of Global Fashion Tech Battle – Battles, Bottles and Beginnings: The Overworked Asian Part 1

047– Bradford Shellhammer of Bezar – Liberace Rising: Master Connector, Design Scout and Neon Hoarder – Part 2
36:37
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047– Bradford Shellhammer of Bezar – Liberace Rising: Master Connector, Design Scout and Neon Hoarder – Part 2

046– Bradford Shellhammer of Bezar – Liberace Rising: Master Connector, Design Scout and Neon Hoarder – Part 1
2017-09-19 17:29:28 UTC
046– Bradford Shellhammer of Bezar – Liberace Rising: Master Connector, Design Scout and Neon Hoarder – Part 1

Inside FIYB – A Bonus Episode on American Fashion Podcast
1:16:30
2017-09-19 17:29:28 UTC 1:16:30
Inside FIYB – A Bonus Episode on American Fashion Podcast

045 – Charles Beckwith and Seth Friedermann of American Fashion Podcast – Designer Advocates
2017-09-19 17:29:28 UTC
045 – Charles Beckwith and Seth Friedermann of American Fashion Podcast – Designer Advocates

044 – Shaun Johnson of Startup Institute – A Steep and Upward Ascent
1:05:52
2017-09-19 17:29:28 UTC 1:05:52
044 – Shaun Johnson of Startup Institute – A Steep and Upward Ascent

043 – Pooja Badlani and Sarika Doshi of Rank and Style – The DJ Of Lists
55:43
2017-09-19 17:29:28 UTC 55:43
043 – Pooja Badlani and Sarika Doshi of Rank and Style – The DJ Of Lists

042 – Tracy Sun of Poshmark – A Phone and a Closet
1:02:44
2017-09-19 17:29:29 UTC 1:02:44
042 – Tracy Sun of Poshmark – A Phone and a Closet

041 – Maxine Bédat of Zady – Understanding the Basket
2017-09-19 17:29:29 UTC
041 – Maxine Bédat of Zady – Understanding the Basket

040 – Loni Edwards of emPOWERED – “Functional Fashion”
51:06
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040 – Loni Edwards of emPOWERED – “Functional Fashion”

039 – Dawn Dickson of Flat Out of Heels – “The Shoe Must Go On”
21:28
2017-09-19 17:29:29 UTC 21:28
039 – Dawn Dickson of Flat Out of Heels – “The Shoe Must Go On”

038 – Liz Bacelar of Decoded Fashion – “Fashion Unicorn of the Moment”
1:10:31
2017-09-19 17:29:29 UTC 1:10:31
038 – Liz Bacelar of Decoded Fashion – “Fashion Unicorn of the Moment”

037 – Amanda Curtis and Gemma Sole of Nineteenth Amendment – “Awesome Moment, Retail History”
18:06
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037 – Amanda Curtis and Gemma Sole of Nineteenth Amendment – “Awesome Moment, Retail History”

036 – Courtney Spritzer and Stephanie Abrams of SocialFly – “You Really Like Me!”
2017-09-19 17:29:29 UTC
036 – Courtney Spritzer and Stephanie Abrams of SocialFly – “You Really Like Me!”

035 – Cathy Han of 42 Technologies and Joe Shartzer of Nyopoly – “The Answer to Everything”
2017-09-19 17:29:29 UTC
035 – Cathy Han of 42 Technologies and Joe Shartzer of Nyopoly – “The Answer to Everything”

034 – Sim Gulati of Dropel and Ruchika Kumar of SKU IQ – “Gamechangers”
2017-09-19 17:29:30 UTC
034 – Sim Gulati of Dropel and Ruchika Kumar of SKU IQ – “Gamechangers”

033 – Esosa Ighodaro of Cosign – “Shop the Image”
28:10
2017-09-19 17:29:30 UTC 28:10
033 – Esosa Ighodaro of Cosign – “Shop the Image”

032 – Yosef Martin and Roberto Colon of BoxyCharm – “Smartest Box in the Room”
23:14
2017-09-19 17:29:30 UTC 23:14
032 – Yosef Martin and Roberto Colon of BoxyCharm – “Smartest Box in the Room”

031 – Mitali Saxena of Fashom – “Social Currency”
21:49
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031 – Mitali Saxena of Fashom – “Social Currency”

030 – Alex Semenzato of Cortexica – “Finding a Coat with the Hue of a Sunset”
47:41
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030 – Alex Semenzato of Cortexica – “Finding a Coat with the Hue of a Sunset”

029 – Pabla Ayala of pFunk Media – “Here’s the Story”
2017-09-19 17:29:30 UTC
029 – Pabla Ayala of pFunk Media – “Here’s the Story”

028 – Liza Kindred of Third Wave Magazine/Third Wave Fashion and Rachael Baxter of Conscious Magazine – “Fashion Futures and Fighting Bad Guys”
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028 – Liza Kindred of Third Wave Magazine/Third Wave Fashion and Rachael Baxter of Conscious Magazine – “Fashion Futures and Fighting Bad Guys”

027 – Raed AlAwadhi of ModernLook.com – “Dream Team”
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027 – Raed AlAwadhi of ModernLook.com – “Dream Team”

026 – Sal Khokhar of Koka Consulting – “Startups Are the New Rockstars”
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026 – Sal Khokhar of Koka Consulting – “Startups Are the New Rockstars”

025 – Nico Berardi of AGP Miami – “Miami 2.0”
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025 – Nico Berardi of AGP Miami – “Miami 2.0”

024 – Bobby Harris of Fashion Show VIP and Sherille Samson of Shaun Samson – “Images”
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024 – Bobby Harris of Fashion Show VIP and Sherille Samson of Shaun Samson – “Images”

023 – Ryan Harwood of PureWow – “Illuminating Wow”
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023 – Ryan Harwood of PureWow – “Illuminating Wow”

022 – Rob Sanchez of Ralph and Remington – “Transparent Brand”
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022 – Rob Sanchez of Ralph and Remington – “Transparent Brand”

021 – Ian Thiel of Optimizely “Connecting Experiences: The Voice of Optimization”
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021 – Ian Thiel of Optimizely “Connecting Experiences: The Voice of Optimization”

020 – Liza Kindred of Third Wave Fashion and Matt Wellschlager of Ceros “Wake Up to the Future, Humans”
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020 – Liza Kindred of Third Wave Fashion and Matt Wellschlager of Ceros “Wake Up to the Future, Humans”

019 – Dennis O’Malley of ReadyPulse – “Pulse of Influence”
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019 – Dennis O’Malley of ReadyPulse – “Pulse of Influence”

018 – Sarah Cogan of The One Garment – “Bag It! There’s Gotta Be a Better Way!”
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018 – Sarah Cogan of The One Garment – “Bag It! There’s Gotta Be a Better Way!”

017 – Dylan Richard of Modest – “It’s Not Easy Being Another Green”
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017 – Dylan Richard of Modest – “It’s Not Easy Being Another Green”

016 – Alexandra Wilkis Wilson of Gilt and GLAMSQUAD and Julia Macalaster of Preeline – “Aha Moments, Flash Sales and Full Margins”
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016 – Alexandra Wilkis Wilson of Gilt and GLAMSQUAD and Julia Macalaster of Preeline – “Aha Moments, Flash Sales and Full Margins”

015 – Ken Seiff of Beanstalk Ventures – “Revolutionize or Disrupt”
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015 – Ken Seiff of Beanstalk Ventures – “Revolutionize or Disrupt”

014 – Kay Koplovitz and Maria Gotsch of New York Fashion Tech Lab – “The Possibility of Anything”
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014 – Kay Koplovitz and Maria Gotsch of New York Fashion Tech Lab – “The Possibility of Anything”

013 – Dean Steven Frumkin of The Jay and Patty Baker School of Business and Technology at the Fashion Institute of Technology – “Fashion Cyclist – Simply Global”
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013 – Dean Steven Frumkin of The Jay and Patty Baker School of Business and Technology at the Fashion Institute of Technology – “Fashion Cyclist – Simply Global”

012 – Dean Steven Frumkin of the Jay and Patty Baker School of Business and Technology at the Fashion Institute of Technology – “Giving You The Business”
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012 – Dean Steven Frumkin of the Jay and Patty Baker School of Business and Technology at the Fashion Institute of Technology – “Giving You The Business”

011 – Pranay Srinivasan of Sourceeasy – “Robot Baseball Players and the Business Efficiency Buffet”
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011 – Pranay Srinivasan of Sourceeasy – “Robot Baseball Players and the Business Efficiency Buffet”

010 – Tito Chowdhury – “You’re F*&#*ing Portland!”
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010 – Tito Chowdhury – “You’re F*&#*ing Portland!”

009 – Jeffrey Madoff and Matt Hooper – “The Authentic Fake, The Millennial Bullhorn, and Eating the World” (part two)
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009 – Jeffrey Madoff and Matt Hooper – “The Authentic Fake, The Millennial Bullhorn, and Eating the World” (part two)

008 – Jeffrey Madoff and Matt Hooper – “The Goofy Watch, The Mattaphor, and Eating the World” (part one)
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008 – Jeffrey Madoff and Matt Hooper – “The Goofy Watch, The Mattaphor, and Eating the World” (part one)

007 – Sandy Hussain of Fashion Digital – “The Safety Features of Caveman Wheels” (part two)
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007 – Sandy Hussain of Fashion Digital – “The Safety Features of Caveman Wheels” (part two)

006 – Sandy Hussain of Fashion Digital – “The Pretty Ones Are Winning” (part one)
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006 – Sandy Hussain of Fashion Digital – “The Pretty Ones Are Winning” (part one)

005 – Sumeet Shah of Brand Foundry Ventures – “Hello Mister Chips” (part two)
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005 – Sumeet Shah of Brand Foundry Ventures – “Hello Mister Chips” (part two)

004 – Sumeet Shah of Brand Foundry Ventures – “Hello Mister Chips” (part one)
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004 – Sumeet Shah of Brand Foundry Ventures – “Hello Mister Chips” (part one)

003 – Great Scott! with Scott Lux
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003 – Great Scott! with Scott Lux

002 – That’s the Sizzle with guest Matt Friesen
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002 – That’s the Sizzle with guest Matt Friesen

001 – Wearing Technology with Guest Madison Maxey
2017-09-19 17:29:34 UTC
001 – Wearing Technology with Guest Madison Maxey

197 – Jon Werner of Adidas – Innovating Relationships with Footwear and Apparel
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197 – Jon Werner of Adidas – Innovating Relationships with Footwear and Apparel

Innovation and wearable tech win footwear and apparel

Jon Werner, Innovation Explorer for Adidas (profile) joins Pavan Bahl, Rob Sanchez and Marc Raco at WEAR Conference 2017 in San Francisco.

A startup within a brand, supporting WEAR Conference, and trends leading to movement

Werner discusses how he joined Adidas via an acquisition of a startup focused on mobile fitness, tracking performance for athletes before iPhones. He shares how it is like a startup in well-funded brand, with insights not available as a startup, integrated into the brand. Apparel and shoes make a difference in injury protection and longevity in the sport. Why Adidas maintains presence and support of WEAR Conference. People moving means selling products at Adidas, and how some trends allow getting people to move via technology. Smart fabrics, textiles, wearables, the joke about Adidas as one of the first wearable companies.

Partnering with startups, a changing landscape, and cyborgs

The degree of partnership and the opportunity to collaborate with others, how people are wanting to share resources. The perspective on how people would keep their IP, and going out on their own can stifle creativity. Protect your investments and find ways to partner with others. Important considerations to impact on environment. Seeing a landscape change with sensors, and creating stories about shift of in-store technology, more experiential in retail. Getting NFC chips implanted hands, the possibilities for premium experience, does this make sense to do? How 50,000 people have it, early adopters, and are they cyborgs? How much is wearable tech about being a thing you put on or a tool use, vs. becoming a part of you.

Avoiding silos of innovation, investing in retail, and exploration

The way Werner thinks about developing internal with Adidas, and working with other brands. Trying not to be more than 50% of a startup’s business, a challenge with spending power which has a pitfall, rolling out technology and supporting as a challenge, avoiding silos of innovation and coordinating retail use cases changing, why retail space are highly relevant, 8 key cities Adidas is pouring energy into, how installations will get smaller and can go into retail locations. Smart pixel tech in hightops, more consumer engagement with products, hangtags going away, how a washing machine and dryer could know what kind of apparel or shows and can adjust for that, and the ability to augment sport. Plus Off the Grid Questions cover a great bike, hot wheels, exploration, and sustainability.

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196 – Susan Bernard of Textile Instruments – Fabrics You Can Literally Tune
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196 – Susan Bernard of Textile Instruments – Fabrics You Can Literally Tune

NASA licensed sensor technology incorporated into fabric to allow for health monitoring of living beings…

Susan Bernard, Component Distributor / Innovator / Supply Chain Expert and CEO/Founder of Textile Instruments (the first fabric that is wireless without electrical connections and without bulk, built on technology licensed from NASA – (profile)) joins Pavan Bahl, Rob Sanchez and Marc Raco at WEAR Conference 2017 in San Francisco.

Inspiration from NASA, following a hunch, and tunable fabric

Bernard shares the origins of her company and mission from when she was attending a NASA technology event a few years ago and having a conversation about sensors, how she started thinking about using sensors to monitor her baby, and bringing the NASA technology down to earth. Looking at ancient mathematics and different shapes, and taking 2D passive sensors and correlating them into fabric forms, recreating the same sensors made of different materials, making them out of a hunch, and building a suite of sensors of different textiles. Result: extremely high resonant frequencies are detectable, a wide range of spectrum to operate sensors. Bernard’s background in music as concert pianist, relating to how depending on thread count and length of thread and properties results get a different frequency, parallel to musical instrument strings — tunable fabrics.

Applications in elder, child and wound care, ergonomic possibilities, and focus on the real opportunities

Invisible field/aura around everything that vibrates, having an impedance that interrogates a dielectric field and gives frequency response, working on an app to be able to sense moving or moisture in fabric, applications for adult care, wound care, infant care, enhancement to nursing. How it is like RFID and you have to hit it with a signal. Good frequencies and bad frequencies, opportunities for ergonomic applications, concentration on quality of life and safety, not sportswear. Focusing on less congested space with big opportunity. Mothers guilt, patches of fabric samples, like a pouch with electronics inside, putting the sensor onto any fabric then tune the sensors to that fabric. Tuned per garment vs. type of fabric.

Military implications and PTSD, protecting IP, and autonomy

Commercial applications but also an asset for government to be keeping ahead of curve of knowledge and technology, and creating parallel path to help soldier. First product for early baseline detection of PTSD in soldiers because of biomedical markers to tuned fabrics. And protecting IP. Plus, Off the Grid Questions cover having no choice to fail as first generation American, being chosen by music, synesthesia, tennis, being a Renaissance Woman, autonomy and success, breakfast in bed, and a daily selfie to stay connected.

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195 – Mary Hodder of IDESG – Calming Data Nerves
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195 – Mary Hodder of IDESG – Calming Data Nerves

Data control and privacy rating/standard certification…

Mary Hodder, Vice Chair of the Board of Directors at Identity Ecosystem Steering Group (IDESG) and a serial board member (bio), joins Pavan Bahl, Rob Sanchez and Marc Raco in front of a live audience at WEAR Conference 2017 in San Francisco.

Fixing the nervous problem, opt-in issues, and new generations

Hodder reviews her work on privacy and data control, and her background in usability engineering and product development. IDESG’s mission for rating/standard certification, for privacy and personal data control, coordinating all that many points of data to match up data from different sources, and how nearly nothing is being done to protect privacy. How if we felt more comfortable sharing data then companies could get more from us. Better sharing of data, how everyone wins, fixing the nervous problem in the marketplace, how 92% of populace have tried to stop data from getting out, why it indicates anxiety, the opt-in issues of giving up privacy, and how new generations will give up more privacy for better service.

Standards, RFID, and the impact of physical technology

Wearables, RFID and connected devices, and considerations of the European GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). Creating standardizations around data, a set of standards, privacy, security, usability, strategies to obtain adoption, getting to market faster, and the risks of data security and standards vs. delays. Companies gamifying products, incentivizing consumers to use products, guiding those companies who are looking to integrate with RFID, how it is important to look at every product and evaluate the bad and good things, designing for good, minimizing the bad, and the way development of physical technology is changing what we thnk we’re capable of.

Timing of notice, giving consumer control, and snakes vs. spiders

How wearables might get “just in time” notice, and being aware what is going on, how that takes away a lot of anxiety, and why the aggregation of large amounts of data can be radioactive. Another option suggests the individual holds data then can share it when thresholds are met, then companies working with individual data sets allow individuals to be in control, and the need to flip the model user submitted terms. Off the Grid Questions cover making cake, snakes vs. spiders, life changing feedback, fear and greed, becoming a sausage maker, and clickstream copyrights.

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194 – Michelle Bacharach of FindMine – Looking Complete
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194 – Michelle Bacharach of FindMine – Looking Complete

Automated complete-the-look with FindMine…

Michelle Bacharach, CEO of FindMine (an automated complete-the-look that creates outfits out of every product in the catalogue) joins Pavan Bahl, Rob Sanchez, and Marc Raco at the MouthMedia Network Studios.

An automated process, tracking performance, and A/B testing

Bacharach discusses the concept of if a retailer showed consumers how to wear their apparel then sales could go up. And automated process of creating complete outfits from the catalogue, while maintaining the authenticity of brand. Tracking performance of each outfit, time savings translates to more purchases, how repeat purchase rates are affected, impacting sales overall, and continuous A/B testing. Engaging both sides of the brain, and improving user experience.

NYFTL, being present, and artificial intelligence

FindMine’s participation in the New York Fashion Tech Lab, how it is not just a fashion community, being matched with three companies including Vera Bradley, J.Crew and MatchesFashion, the importance of being present and the human presence, the reaction by merchants to the artificial intelligence, founders helping other founders, getting noticed, and adding to a growing team of more than 25.

Tina Fey, horses, and acting from a hat

Off the Grid Questions covers Tina Fey and comedy, Christopher Walken, a decision creates a life with horses and a real job, being wise beyond your years, drawing a garbage man from a hat leads to a lead role, and being passionate.

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193 – Ben Blakesley of Reebok – Right Message, Right Voice, Right Person
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193 – Ben Blakesley of Reebok – Right Message, Right Voice, Right Person

Footwear and apparel social media marketing strategy with Reebok…

Ben Blakesley, Director, Global Social Media for Reebok (bio), joins Rob Sanchez, Marc Raco and guest hosts Julia Macalaster (Head of Strategy & Growth at Def Method) on location at the Millennial 20/20 Summit in New York.

A marketing utility belt of tools, democratizing conversations and diversification

Blakesley reviews how important it is to have the right message at the right time with right person, discusses the utility belt of tools being huge and growing every day, how social media democratizes conversations we used to only be able to have one on one or with small groups, and the objective of building relationships and trust. The business objectives, and looking at being responsive vs. how much state of art of technology. Matching what social media is good at with objectives, diversification of a social media portfolio.

Managing the right voice, navigating culture and language differences, doing something vs. being like something

How social media guidelines are determined from a long developed voice of brand, and making sure partners always have the right voice no matter the international region. Reebok stands for being the best version of yourself, feeling confident, how a message is built on different platforms, and the language and version of message changes. The difference in how using social media to connect consumers wanting apparel for different reasons, using the product to do something vs. being like something, the goals to be building relationships, and repositioning the brand POV, and driving web traffic.

Finding common ground with the audience, from lemons to lemonade, and Back to the Future

Using social media to direct posts to specific audiences, focusing on what people in the world care about, and what Reebok wants to talk about, and finding that sliver of common ground. Plus, Blakesley reflects on the net big thing in content. Off the Grid Questions covers making lemonade from lemons, how getting cut from a baseball team led to a championship and scholarship, finding a great book with a well-targeted social media surprise, and being inspired by alien-looking shoes.

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192 – Aubrie Pagano of Bow and Drape – One Pun at a Time
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192 – Aubrie Pagano of Bow and Drape – One Pun at a Time

Customizable apparel with Bow and Drape…

Aubrie Pagano, Founder and Creative Director of Bow and Drape (cheeky, irreverent customized fashion and is known for its punny sweatshirts, pet sweatshirts and tees – (bio)) joins Marc Raco and Rob Sanchez on location at the Millennial 20/20 Summit in New York

A personal purchase, making customizable fashion affordable, and celebrating expression

Pagano discusses the company, founded four years ago, how she bootstrapped it then raised capital to grow, with a goal of helping customers be more expressive, being able to express one’s own preferences with customization, and how fashion is one of the most personal purchases you can make yet it didn’t really have customizable nature. How Pagano wanted to do it so customizable fashion could be affordable. The cheeky, irreverent brand, and how it celebrates expression with products from sweat shirts to pet products, shipping in under a week.

A slow-burn launch, a new 360 campaign, and customers vs. content

Why Pagano started the business, how her feeling about the reason changed since the beginning, why it was not a lightning bulb idea but instead a slow burn based in lots of research, why she turned down an amazing job opportunity, and how it is still really fun and she’s still curious how they can create moments for customers. About a new 360 campaign on blog and shoppable, which hits to value proposition of company, “Magic Moments”, telling stories of customers and why they used Bow and Drape to express those moments. The more ideas posted from internal, the more people bought them and used them. The voice was important, how it encourages people to be weird and expressive. Customers vs. content consumers, funny memes, and goofy puns.

Sticking to company ethos, on-demand manufacturing, and why it’s about fun

Pun contests, moving from the company’s own POV to allowing consumers to have their POV. Allowing crowdsourced ideas, being able to look oneself in the mirror, avoiding getting politicized and dragged into specific issues by the consumer, and the change from putting ideas out to a mix of the brand’s ideas and the consumer. Everything is on-demand manufacturing with Bow and Drape, in-store it is customized live on site at brand locations. How the primary goal is to be able to support on-demand manufacturing in margins. Off the Grid Questions cover how the decision was made for fun with company, where that prioritization comes from, commissioned neighbors for art as a child for an art fair, giving others the opportunity to be creative, Pagano’s first fashion company name, dreams of DJ-ing and the Captain of Bikini Bliss, sometimes a “B” is just a “B”, and what takes a lot of courage and to not filter one’s voice.

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Special Report – Melissa Gonzalez of The Lion’esque Group – Interactive Concept Shops To Bring New Life to Malls
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Special Report – Melissa Gonzalez of The Lion’esque Group – Interactive Concept Shops To Bring New Life to Malls

Interactive pop-up concept stores for malls with The Lion’esque Group…

Melissa Gonzalez (bio), CEO/Founder of pop up architects The Lion’esque Group, joins Marc Raco for a Special Report on a new partnership and a new initiative. Recorded at MouthMedia Network Studios in New York.

Gonzalez discusses partnering with GGP, one of the top mall operators in the country, the new brand In Real Life (IRL) which allows digital natives and brands with a limited brick and mortar footprint to have a physical location in a turnkey membership format.

Why brick and mortar and this partnership is important as part of the customer journey, why a physical space remains irreplaceable, and how launching at top premiere locations with a systemized approach can change the public opinion of pop ups. How the model differs in this initiative from a traditional lease, the value of operator support, focusing on complimentary brands, staffing support, and a partnership with Impinj offers important RFID contributions to comprehensively measure ROI. Plus, launching a key to connect the online and offline worlds.

Being mindful of customer experience, no inventory in the concept stores—making them experiential entirely. Less of a learning curve for the customer, working to have customers spend more time in the store to build a relationship which creates a sense of permanency to see the companies as lifestyles to be a part of. And how the partnership with GGP came about (hint: ShopTalk). Plus, creating opportunities for brands to grow, new ways to think of tenancy, and being an architect of a new story for brands.

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200 – Fashion Model Candice Huffine and Ziel CEO Marleen Vogelaar – The 200th Show
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200 – Fashion Model Candice Huffine and Ziel CEO Marleen Vogelaar – The 200th Show

Collaboration between on-demand active wear manufacturer and international model…

Photo credit: Albert Cheung Photography

Candice Huffine (international fashion model and Founder of Day Won – (bio)) and Marleen Vogelaar (Founder/CEO of Ziel, custom activewear collections, designed and delivered on-demand – (bio)) join Pavan Bahl, Rob Sanchez, Marc Raco and guest host (and editor for WWD) Andrew Nodell for the 200th episode of Fashion Is Your Business, recorded on location at La Marina Restaurant Bar and Beach Lounge in New York City and sponsored by Stylitics, Musefind and Instasleep.

A model’s journey, from engineer to fashion brand founder, and an inspiring collaboration

Photo credit: Albert Cheung Photography

Huffine shared her journey as a plus-sized model, a decision at 15 years old to follow a dream, discovering an industry split into two, and a path she was meant to take, as a plus model, a.k.a. “curvy”, and as a role model to motivate people to look their best selves. Becoming a new runner, completing a full marathon, encouraging women to do something just for themselves, and taking on the latest role as a designer of a new fitness apparel line, collaborating with Ziel.

Vogelaar discusses her background in 3D printing, as an engineer not a designer, co-founding Shapeways (the biggest on demand 3D fashion printing company in the world) learning how designers think, how being very tall created a desire and need to create her own clothing, seeing brand fragmentation happening, seeing a lot of technology to make custom clothing, and making a dedicated line for who someone is and what someone stands for like Huffine with Ziel – on-demand design and manufacturing service for retailers and brands.

A new chapter, a new brand name, and propelling designers

Photo credit: Albert Cheung Photography

Huffine on the work she’s doing with Ziel, why it is both a continuation of her same journey and a new chapter, coming into partnership as knowledgeable and ready, as a natural progression for a model, creating a new brand, and preparing for a long time. She offers a scoop, announcing her new fitness apparel brand name “Day Won”! How Vogelaar is a frustrated buyer of fashion, and the purpose to propel new designers like Huffine, and making it so the women wearing the apparel feel that they can be doing something that makes them feel like the best version of themselves.

Heptathlons, podcasts and movies, and blue crabs

Photo credit: Albert Cheung Photography

Off the Grid Questions cover the first thought of “Look at me”, pageant queen posters, training for heptathlons, growing up in a factory, building engines vs. the perfect pageant wave, a cash register obsession, spiders and sharks, being relevant, living through brands, staying on brand with podcasts and movies, Huffine gets a job offer, answering where your from, and elusive steamed blue crabs, feeling at home, and a good team.

Note from the hosts: Thank you to all of our guests, listeners, team members, guest hosts, sponsors, and partners for 200 incredible shows. There is much more ahead! And thanks to all who attended our 200th Show recording event, and sharing the moment, the fun, the scenic view, the heat and the helicopters!

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191 – Jennie Baik of Orchard Mile – A Mall, But Online
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191 – Jennie Baik of Orchard Mile – A Mall, But Online

Luxury digital mall shopping platform…

Jennie Baik of Orchard MileJennie Baik, CEO and Co-Founder of Orchard Mile (a zero IT integration direct to consumer cross shopping platform -(bio)), joins Pavan Bahl, Marc Raco and guest host Ilan Tito at the Millennial 20/20 Summit in New York City.

From Harvard to Burberry, why the name, and a real estate play

Jennie Baik of Orchard MileBaik discusses pulling together Millennial trends of going direct to consumer and connecting more with stories. How she started as investment banker and consultant, graduated from Harvard Business School, then went into digital marketing, then got an offer at Burberry. How Orchard Mile is a “zero IT integration direct to consumer cross shopping platform, like a mall, but online”. Why the name Orchard Mile, and why it is more of a “real estate play”, taking out leases to drive traffic and get consumers to pay attention, shopping as if with 50 different tabs without going site to site, bringing in social info, video and content.

Micro-moments, a data engine, and incentivizing community

Jennie Baik of Orchard MileThe customer journey with micro-moments, being there when customers need you, how affiliates push you at moment of purchase but Orchard Mile records the actions of every person that comes to the site. A focus on women, perfecting the model and then applying a similar formula for other verticals. Unique visitors of 150,000/month, and how Orchard Mile might be a Trojan horse for an intense data engine to know more about consumers. Testing a gating wall to have the experience and give them something back to incentivize to be part of the community. “Edutainment”, the desire for fewer nicer things, designers making garments that can be worn a variety of ways, and one of the biggest brand wins and why WWD mattered.

A new ending, a prized possession, and an open mind

Jennie Baik of Orchard MileOff the Grid Questions involve “The English Patient” with a new ending, a first luxury purchase, a prized possession involving a dream of success as a working woman, a worldwide husband hunting tour, learning from Millennials, and bettering business with an open mind.

 

 

References:

Stylitics  [Episode 051]

byReveal [Episode 136]

Jared Kleinert [Episode 159]

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190 – Daren Hull of West Elm – Because of Experience
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190 – Daren Hull of West Elm – Because of Experience

Using digital tech to create retail experiences with West Elm…

Daren Hull, SVP Technology, Stores at West Elm Digital at Williams-Sonoma, Inc. (a retail store that features contemporary furniture designs and other housewares – (bio)), joins Pavan Bahl, Rob Sanchez, and Marc Raco and guest host Pau Sabria, Co-Founder/CEO of Olapic [Episode 186], on location in Las Vegas for Shoptalk 2017. This episode is powered by Olapic.

Great stories, a high digital IQ, and machine learning

Hull discusses creating great experiences with brands, a great story with great products and services. Heading that direction is what matters, including the integration of team, bringing digital back into the offline world, their new augmented reality app, making sure there’s a high digital IQ across various teams, and connection between home and the store. The interview gets awkward (in a fun way) when team building reveals poaching. Plus, a teaching machine learning to speak and understand cultural variances.

Education, active communication and collaborations

Making associates better vs. digital signage etc., making friction disappear vs. new experiences, interest in experimenting with sensors, and observing behavior and psychology, anticipating needs, and West Elm’s focus on providing people with the info they want. Merchandising stores efficiently, education as a gap they are trying to fill, arming associates to inspire and educate the consumer, how digital is aiding store layout, how West Elm has become a leader in the space, looking at influencers to tell stories, why omnichannel isn’t a good idea, why we like text and chat messaging, and how shopping requires more active communication. Social shopping, aligned collaborations that create great social moments, and partnering products for synergy.

Finger-painting, remaking a movie, and keeping it simple

Off the Grid Questions cover being easily distracted, finger-painting violence, why marrying a designer made sense, remaking “The Untouchables”, a sadistic book recommendation, escaping on a plane, being distractible, and why keeping things simple and picking what you’re good at matters in the face of a flood of amazing technology.

References:

Bucket Feet

Jim Brett

Casper

Zola [Episode 121]

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189 – Stephan Schambach of Newstore – Mobilizing Integrated Retail
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189 – Stephan Schambach of Newstore – Mobilizing Integrated Retail

188 – Manish Chandra and Tracy Sun of Poshmark – Commerce Community
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188 – Manish Chandra and Tracy Sun of Poshmark – Commerce Community

187 – Nadia Boujarwah of Dia&Co – Sizing Up Personalized Commerce
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187 – Nadia Boujarwah of Dia&Co – Sizing Up Personalized Commerce

BONUS – Eli Ostreicher – Part 1 – Rags to Riches, Narrow and Deep
54:50
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BONUS – Eli Ostreicher – Part 1 – Rags to Riches, Narrow and Deep

186 – Pau Sabria of Olapic – The Bigger Picture
1:06:49
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186 – Pau Sabria of Olapic – The Bigger Picture

185 – Liron Slonimsky and Preeti Mattoo of Awear – Just Rewards
59:19
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185 – Liron Slonimsky and Preeti Mattoo of Awear – Just Rewards

184 – Sid Jatia of Under Armour – Looking Good and Feeling Good
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC
184 – Sid Jatia of Under Armour – Looking Good and Feeling Good

Wear Conference 2017 Post-Game Report
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC
Wear Conference 2017 Post-Game Report

183 – Marcie Allen of MAC Presents and Taylor Bennett – The Story of Music and Brands
1:26:49
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC 1:26:49
183 – Marcie Allen of MAC Presents and Taylor Bennett – The Story of Music and Brands

FIYB Presents Katherine Power of Clique Media Group on TopTalk with Liz Bacelar
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC
FIYB Presents Katherine Power of Clique Media Group on TopTalk with Liz Bacelar

182 – Healey Cypher of Oak – Tomorrow’s Store Today
1:01:52
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182 – Healey Cypher of Oak – Tomorrow’s Store Today

181 – John Gaydac of Toshiba – Commerce Brilliantly
30:38
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181 – John Gaydac of Toshiba – Commerce Brilliantly

180 – Emily Culp of Keds – Made First For Women
59:23
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC 59:23
180 – Emily Culp of Keds – Made First For Women

FIYB Presents Chris Morton of Lyst at Shoptalk on TopTalk with Liz Bacelar
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC
FIYB Presents Chris Morton of Lyst at Shoptalk on TopTalk with Liz Bacelar

179 – Ryan Broshar of Techstars – Targeting Star Tech Startups
51:50
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179 – Ryan Broshar of Techstars – Targeting Star Tech Startups

178 – Mindy Grossman of HSNI – From Selling to Storytelling
50:33
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178 – Mindy Grossman of HSNI – From Selling to Storytelling

177 – Stuart Silverman of RaterBee – Rating Retail
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC
177 – Stuart Silverman of RaterBee – Rating Retail

176 – Steve Carlin of SoftBank Robotics America – Robot Retail
50:24
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176 – Steve Carlin of SoftBank Robotics America – Robot Retail

175 – Yoni Lavi of Lavi Industries – Queuing Up Retail
51:31
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC 51:31
175 – Yoni Lavi of Lavi Industries – Queuing Up Retail

174 – Jyothi Rao of INTERMIX – Relationship Retail
53:11
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174 – Jyothi Rao of INTERMIX – Relationship Retail

173 – Rony Chammas and Jason Levine of Peerspace – Peer-to-Peer Space Booking, an On Air Challenge
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC
173 – Rony Chammas and Jason Levine of Peerspace – Peer-to-Peer Space Booking, an On Air Challenge

FIYB Presents Rebecca Minkoff at SXSW on TopTalk with Liz Bacelar
32:58
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC 32:58
FIYB Presents Rebecca Minkoff at SXSW on TopTalk with Liz Bacelar

172 – Aliza Licht of alice + olivia by Stacey Bendet – Fearless Brand Marketing
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC
172 – Aliza Licht of alice + olivia by Stacey Bendet – Fearless Brand Marketing

171 – Jonathan Epstein – A.I. Doesn’t Need an Expensed Lunch
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC
171 – Jonathan Epstein – A.I. Doesn’t Need an Expensed Lunch

Shoptalk 2017 – Post Game Report – Day 3
22:28
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC 22:28
Shoptalk 2017 – Post Game Report – Day 3

170 – Lindsay Boyajian of Augment – Visualizing New Retail Realities
30:02
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC 30:02
170 – Lindsay Boyajian of Augment – Visualizing New Retail Realities

Shoptalk 2017 – Post Game Report – Days 1 and 2
24:54
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC 24:54
Shoptalk 2017 – Post Game Report – Days 1 and 2

New Podcast – Beauty Is Your Business – Preview
18:23
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC 18:23
New Podcast – Beauty Is Your Business – Preview

169 – Jill Sherman of Modalyst – Dropshipping Automated
52:38
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169 – Jill Sherman of Modalyst – Dropshipping Automated

168 – Bilal Zaidi of Google and Creator Lab – POV
1:06:39
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168 – Bilal Zaidi of Google and Creator Lab – POV

167 – Matt Kaden of MMG Advisors – Enamored by the Future
35:29
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167 – Matt Kaden of MMG Advisors – Enamored by the Future

166 – Daymond John of FUBU, Shark Tank and Blueprint and Co – Blueprint of a Successful Entrepreneur
1:12:51
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC 1:12:51
166 – Daymond John of FUBU, Shark Tank and Blueprint and Co – Blueprint of a Successful Entrepreneur

165 – Samantha Wiener of Rough Draft Ventures – Good Ideas Have No Age Limit
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC
165 – Samantha Wiener of Rough Draft Ventures – Good Ideas Have No Age Limit

164 – Joe Rubin of FundingPost and ARC Angel Fund – Front Row Seat to the Future
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC
164 – Joe Rubin of FundingPost and ARC Angel Fund – Front Row Seat to the Future

163 – Purva Gupta of Lily – Emotional Technology, an On Air Challenge
58:28
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163 – Purva Gupta of Lily – Emotional Technology, an On Air Challenge

162 – TJ Travelbee of IBM IX – When Watson Became Your Copilot
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC
162 – TJ Travelbee of IBM IX – When Watson Became Your Copilot

161 – Vikrum Aiyer the Former Chief of Staff of USPTO – Getting Real about the Future of Innovation and IoT in America
1:27:43
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161 – Vikrum Aiyer the Former Chief of Staff of USPTO – Getting Real about the Future of Innovation and IoT in America

160 – Ryan Parker of Intel – The Responsive Store
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC
160 – Ryan Parker of Intel – The Responsive Store

159 – Jared Kleinert of 3 Billion Under 30 – Millennial Mission
1:09:56
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC 1:09:56
159 – Jared Kleinert of 3 Billion Under 30 – Millennial Mission

158 – Sam Payrovi of Custom Consortium – Customizing Change
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC
158 – Sam Payrovi of Custom Consortium – Customizing Change

157 – Keeth Smart of Physiclo – Resistance is Not Futile
59:36
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC 59:36
157 – Keeth Smart of Physiclo – Resistance is Not Futile

156 – Jaclyn Ling of Kik – All About The Bots
37:46
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC 37:46
156 – Jaclyn Ling of Kik – All About The Bots

A Holiday Message from FIYB
7:36
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC 7:36
A Holiday Message from FIYB

155 – Michael Crooks – Selling Luxury with Psychology
48:32
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC 48:32
155 – Michael Crooks – Selling Luxury with Psychology

154 – Susan Bruch of Your Style Unzipped – Part 2 On Air Challenge
43:35
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC 43:35
154 – Susan Bruch of Your Style Unzipped – Part 2 On Air Challenge

153 – Susan Bruch of Your Style Unzipped – Part 1 On Air Challenge
1:06:02
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC 1:06:02
153 – Susan Bruch of Your Style Unzipped – Part 1 On Air Challenge

FIYB Presents – Lawrence Lenihan on TopTalk with Liz Bacelar
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC
FIYB Presents – Lawrence Lenihan on TopTalk with Liz Bacelar

Special Report – Stephanie Benedetto of Queen of Raw at LAUNCH Nordic Forum
11:38
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC 11:38
Special Report – Stephanie Benedetto of Queen of Raw at LAUNCH Nordic Forum

152 – Veronika Harbick and Michael Carlson of Thursday Finest – Humans at Thursday Finest
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC
152 – Veronika Harbick and Michael Carlson of Thursday Finest – Humans at Thursday Finest

151 – Chris Petrakis and Sean Rashid of Solebrity – Shift of Power
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC
151 – Chris Petrakis and Sean Rashid of Solebrity – Shift of Power

150 – Jackie Trebilcock of New York Fashion Tech Lab – Springboard of Success
24:44
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150 – Jackie Trebilcock of New York Fashion Tech Lab – Springboard of Success

149 – Justin Stone of Deposco – Crossing the Next Level Chasm
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC
149 – Justin Stone of Deposco – Crossing the Next Level Chasm

148 – Jerry Wilmink of Wisewear – The Devil Wears Prada Visits Nerd Engineers
32:38
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC 32:38
148 – Jerry Wilmink of Wisewear – The Devil Wears Prada Visits Nerd Engineers

147 – Shen Wu and Ting Li of Little Red Book – An Instagram for China with a Real Buy Button
25:41
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147 – Shen Wu and Ting Li of Little Red Book – An Instagram for China with a Real Buy Button

146 – Lee Holman of lululemon – Full Potential
51:08
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146 – Lee Holman of lululemon – Full Potential

145 – Sandra Lopez of Intel – From Wearables to Wantables
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC
145 – Sandra Lopez of Intel – From Wearables to Wantables

144 – Liz Rossof of Betabrand – The Crowd Loves It
1:17:38
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC 1:17:38
144 – Liz Rossof of Betabrand – The Crowd Loves It

143 – Ivan Poupyrev of Google – Project Jacquard
17:34
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC 17:34
143 – Ivan Poupyrev of Google – Project Jacquard

142 – Jennifer Yemu Li of MuseFind – One Million Influencers
1:07:22
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC 1:07:22
142 – Jennifer Yemu Li of MuseFind – One Million Influencers

Special Report – FIYB at Fashion Tech Forum 2016 – Post-Game Report
29:53
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC 29:53
Special Report – FIYB at Fashion Tech Forum 2016 – Post-Game Report

141 – Erika Miller of ELM Consulting – Search Party
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC
141 – Erika Miller of ELM Consulting – Search Party

140 – Karen Harvey of Fashion Tech Forum – Now and Zen
55:48
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC 55:48
140 – Karen Harvey of Fashion Tech Forum – Now and Zen

139 – Sarah McVittie of Dressipi – Personal Edit
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC
139 – Sarah McVittie of Dressipi – Personal Edit

Augmented Reality – Demo of Atheer’s AR glasses and Air Suite platform
18:44
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC 18:44
Augmented Reality – Demo of Atheer’s AR glasses and Air Suite platform

138 – Alberto Torres of Atheer – Computing, The Next Generation
55:50
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC 55:50
138 – Alberto Torres of Atheer – Computing, The Next Generation

137 – Billie Whitehouse of Wearable Experiments – Haptic Highway
1:08:16
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC 1:08:16
137 – Billie Whitehouse of Wearable Experiments – Haptic Highway

136 – Megan Berry of byReveal – Retail Revelation
56:48
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136 – Megan Berry of byReveal – Retail Revelation

135 – Alex Olmsted of Good vs Evil – The Business of Good
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC
135 – Alex Olmsted of Good vs Evil – The Business of Good

134 – Andrew Weinreich of Andrew’s Roadmaps – Running the Fastest
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC
134 – Andrew Weinreich of Andrew’s Roadmaps – Running the Fastest

133 – Davide Vigano of Sensoria – Socks, Shirts and Science
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC
133 – Davide Vigano of Sensoria – Socks, Shirts and Science

132 – Nora Levinson and Soyoung Park of Caeden – Form, Function, and Finding Balance
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC
132 – Nora Levinson and Soyoung Park of Caeden – Form, Function, and Finding Balance

131 – Mark Jamison of Visa – Putting a New Ring on the Olympics
18:35
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131 – Mark Jamison of Visa – Putting a New Ring on the Olympics

130 – Mounir Zok of The US Olympic Committee – The Secret Sauce of Sports Success
34:20
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130 – Mounir Zok of The US Olympic Committee – The Secret Sauce of Sports Success

129 – Scott Miller of Dragon Innovation – Plastic, Circuitboards and Democracy
40:18
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC 40:18
129 – Scott Miller of Dragon Innovation – Plastic, Circuitboards and Democracy

128 – Rosalind Picard of MIT Media Lab – Making It So
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC
128 – Rosalind Picard of MIT Media Lab – Making It So

127 – Michael Corbett of WEEL Technologies – As Goes the Smart Car
2017-09-21 22:31:05 UTC
127 – Michael Corbett of WEEL Technologies – As Goes the Smart Car

126 – Henry Chang of IBM Research – The Balance of Becoming Human
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC
126 – Henry Chang of IBM Research – The Balance of Becoming Human

125 – Kathryn Hume and Nick Vermeer of Fast Forward Labs – Thinking Ahead
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC
125 – Kathryn Hume and Nick Vermeer of Fast Forward Labs – Thinking Ahead

124 – Alan Tisch of Spring – For the Love of Shopping
38:16
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 38:16
124 – Alan Tisch of Spring – For the Love of Shopping

123 – Tom Sisson of Cheetah Software Systems – Getting It There
26:49
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123 – Tom Sisson of Cheetah Software Systems – Getting It There

122 – Francesca Rosella of CuteCircuit – Hello, Your Dress is Ringing
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC
122 – Francesca Rosella of CuteCircuit – Hello, Your Dress is Ringing

121 – Shan-Lyn Ma of Zola – Love at First Site
43:54
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 43:54
121 – Shan-Lyn Ma of Zola – Love at First Site

120 – Congresswoman Suzan DelBene of Washington State – Leading Forward
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC
120 – Congresswoman Suzan DelBene of Washington State – Leading Forward

119 – Vikrum Aiyer of the USPTO – Hallway of Ideas
32:53
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 32:53
119 – Vikrum Aiyer of the USPTO – Hallway of Ideas

118 – Alex Winter of Placemeter – Sensing the Future of Retail
38:23
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118 – Alex Winter of Placemeter – Sensing the Future of Retail

117 – Rakesh Tondon of Le Tote – Wear, Return, Repeat
42:01
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117 – Rakesh Tondon of Le Tote – Wear, Return, Repeat

116 – Meg Burich of Adidas – Embedded Coach
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC
116 – Meg Burich of Adidas – Embedded Coach

115 – Lawrence Lenihan of Resonance – Creation vs. Continuity
40:42
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 40:42
115 – Lawrence Lenihan of Resonance – Creation vs. Continuity

114 – Rebecca Minkoff and Uri Minkoff – A Self-Defined, Unconventional Life
35:21
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 35:21
114 – Rebecca Minkoff and Uri Minkoff – A Self-Defined, Unconventional Life

113 – Nimmity Zappert of Localz – Smart People That Get Stuff Done
32:06
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 32:06
113 – Nimmity Zappert of Localz – Smart People That Get Stuff Done

112 – Brian Mech and Yvonne Felix of eSight – Seeing the Future
1:05:26
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 1:05:26
112 – Brian Mech and Yvonne Felix of eSight – Seeing the Future

111 – Samrat Vasisht of MindMeld – The Needs of the Many
41:38
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111 – Samrat Vasisht of MindMeld – The Needs of the Many

110 – James Rhee of Ashley Stewart – When Underdogs Win
43:58
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 43:58
110 – James Rhee of Ashley Stewart – When Underdogs Win

109 – Andrew Rosen of Theory – A Seam in the Market
15:55
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 15:55
109 – Andrew Rosen of Theory – A Seam in the Market

108 – Ryan Weldon and Darian Baugh of Men’s Style Lab – Style Scientists
39:45
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 39:45
108 – Ryan Weldon and Darian Baugh of Men’s Style Lab – Style Scientists

107 – Gihan Amarasiriwardena of Ministry of Supply – A Lasting Aesthetic
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC
107 – Gihan Amarasiriwardena of Ministry of Supply – A Lasting Aesthetic

106 – Leah Malone of Foursquare – Not Just Your Momma’s Check-In App Anymore
30:33
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106 – Leah Malone of Foursquare – Not Just Your Momma’s Check-In App Anymore

105 – Rodney Williams of LISNR – Listen to this Data
39:04
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 39:04
105 – Rodney Williams of LISNR – Listen to this Data

104 – Scott Emmons of The Innovation Lab at Neiman Marcus – Innovative Fashion Nerds
41:16
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 41:16
104 – Scott Emmons of The Innovation Lab at Neiman Marcus – Innovative Fashion Nerds

103 – Jeff Fisher of Sunglass Hut and Luxottica – Shades of Transformation
54:29
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 54:29
103 – Jeff Fisher of Sunglass Hut and Luxottica – Shades of Transformation

102 – Deborah Lloyd of Kate Spade – Turmeric Yellow
36:33
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 36:33
102 – Deborah Lloyd of Kate Spade – Turmeric Yellow

101 – Liz Bacelar – Liz 101
41:41
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 41:41
101 – Liz Bacelar – Liz 101

100 – Rassi of MILK Studios – The Right People in the Room
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC
100 – Rassi of MILK Studios – The Right People in the Room

Bonus Episode – Wearable Technology at TechStyle NYC
36:17
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 36:17
Bonus Episode – Wearable Technology at TechStyle NYC

Before The 100th Episode – We Go to Eleven
56:57
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 56:57
Before The 100th Episode – We Go to Eleven

Special Report – FIYB at SHOPTALK – Post-Game Report Day 1
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC
Special Report – FIYB at SHOPTALK – Post-Game Report Day 1

099 – David Yi of Mashable – Fashion Is Your Armor
49:42
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 49:42
099 – David Yi of Mashable – Fashion Is Your Armor

098 – Eric Bandholz of Beardbrand – Show Your Real Face
40:31
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 40:31
098 – Eric Bandholz of Beardbrand – Show Your Real Face

097 – Brian Laney of Alert Tech – Fitting Rooms of The Future
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC
097 – Brian Laney of Alert Tech – Fitting Rooms of The Future

096 – David Tull of JackThreads – Fashion with a Tech IQ
35:08
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096 – David Tull of JackThreads – Fashion with a Tech IQ

095 – Jason Robinson of UPS – Delivering Data [SPONSORED]
1:11:15
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095 – Jason Robinson of UPS – Delivering Data [SPONSORED]

094 – Cody DeBacker of Shopify Plus – Connecting the eCommerce Dots
31:50
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 31:50
094 – Cody DeBacker of Shopify Plus – Connecting the eCommerce Dots

093 – Robin Copland and Dianne Inniss of ThoughtWorks – Thinking Differently
58:45
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 58:45
093 – Robin Copland and Dianne Inniss of ThoughtWorks – Thinking Differently

092 – Matthew Burnett and Tanya Menendez of Maker’s Row – Twenty First Century American Dream
1:20:30
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 1:20:30
092 – Matthew Burnett and Tanya Menendez of Maker’s Row – Twenty First Century American Dream

091 – Shauna Mei of Aha Life – Our Aha Moment
1:02:54
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 1:02:54
091 – Shauna Mei of Aha Life – Our Aha Moment

090 – Marta Jamrozik and Misha Laskin of Claire – Choose Your Own Fashion
1:16:38
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 1:16:38
090 – Marta Jamrozik and Misha Laskin of Claire – Choose Your Own Fashion

089 – Karoline Gross of Smartzer – The Fifth Dimension of Video
41:36
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 41:36
089 – Karoline Gross of Smartzer – The Fifth Dimension of Video

088– Sapna Shah of Red Giraffe Advisors – Financing the Future
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC
088– Sapna Shah of Red Giraffe Advisors – Financing the Future

087– Nikunj Marvania and Mario Lanzarotti of Awl and Sundry – Shoe Story
1:50:45
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 1:50:45
087– Nikunj Marvania and Mario Lanzarotti of Awl and Sundry – Shoe Story

086 – Julie Fredrickson of Stowaway Cosmetics – Hitting Pan
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC
086 – Julie Fredrickson of Stowaway Cosmetics – Hitting Pan

085 – Melissa Gonzalez and Aliana Galan of The Lion’esque Group – Pop Up Pioneers
1:22:19
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 1:22:19
085 – Melissa Gonzalez and Aliana Galan of The Lion’esque Group – Pop Up Pioneers

084 – Amanda Curtis and Gemma Sole of Nineteenth Amendment – Democratizing Fashion
1:07:46
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 1:07:46
084 – Amanda Curtis and Gemma Sole of Nineteenth Amendment – Democratizing Fashion

083 – Recording Artist BØRNS – The BØRNS Supremacy (a.k.a. The Fashionable Astronaut)
1:03:34
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 1:03:34
083 – Recording Artist BØRNS – The BØRNS Supremacy (a.k.a. The Fashionable Astronaut)

Special Report – Nineteenth Amendment Announces Fashion Week Now Shoppable With Macy’s
17:44
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 17:44
Special Report – Nineteenth Amendment Announces Fashion Week Now Shoppable With Macy’s

082 – Amanda Parkes of Manufacture NY – Robotics, Stilettos and Girl Scouts
1:37:50
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 1:37:50
082 – Amanda Parkes of Manufacture NY – Robotics, Stilettos and Girl Scouts

081 – Third Wave Fashion Panel – Three’s a Panel
1:04:14
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 1:04:14
081 – Third Wave Fashion Panel – Three’s a Panel

080 – Jade Huang of StyleSage – What’s Your Data Diet?
1:10:30
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 1:10:30
080 – Jade Huang of StyleSage – What’s Your Data Diet?

079 – Frank Spadafora of D’Marie Group – The All Kardashian Show
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC
079 – Frank Spadafora of D’Marie Group – The All Kardashian Show

078 – Nikki Robinson – Gloss and Glam – Employing Beauty
32:50
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 32:50
078 – Nikki Robinson – Gloss and Glam – Employing Beauty

077 – Shawn Boyer and Kate Boyer of Anatomie Sportswear – Human and Hustling
28:54
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 28:54
077 – Shawn Boyer and Kate Boyer of Anatomie Sportswear – Human and Hustling

076 – Emily Blumenthal of Handbag Designer 101 – From the Bag Backwards
17:53
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 17:53
076 – Emily Blumenthal of Handbag Designer 101 – From the Bag Backwards

075 – Bob Bell and Aidin Tavakkol of Limespot – Model Behavior
22:15
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 22:15
075 – Bob Bell and Aidin Tavakkol of Limespot – Model Behavior

074 – Sarah Slutsky of Cinematique and Cally Russell of Mallzee – Capture and Captivate
22:13
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 22:13
074 – Sarah Slutsky of Cinematique and Cally Russell of Mallzee – Capture and Captivate

073 – Greg Vilines and Catherine Iger of Fittery – Perfect Fit
26:55
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 26:55
073 – Greg Vilines and Catherine Iger of Fittery – Perfect Fit

072 – Olga Vidisheva of Shoptiques – The Power of the American Dream
50:58
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 50:58
072 – Olga Vidisheva of Shoptiques – The Power of the American Dream

071 – David Munczinski and Bryan Tunick of Brickwork – The Digital Front Door
22:55
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 22:55
071 – David Munczinski and Bryan Tunick of Brickwork – The Digital Front Door

070 – Grant Barth of Levi Strauss – Being Authentic
21:26
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 21:26
070 – Grant Barth of Levi Strauss – Being Authentic

069 – Katie Roof of TechCrunch – An Appetite for Discovery
22:18
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 22:18
069 – Katie Roof of TechCrunch – An Appetite for Discovery

068 – Frank Spadafora of D’Marie Group – In the Middle of the Conversation
1:31:30
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 1:31:30
068 – Frank Spadafora of D’Marie Group – In the Middle of the Conversation

067 – Clare King of Propel – Sailors, Soldiers and Firefighters
21:32
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 21:32
067 – Clare King of Propel – Sailors, Soldiers and Firefighters

066 – Sid Jatia of Under Armour – Part of the Party
21:40
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 21:40
066 – Sid Jatia of Under Armour – Part of the Party

065 – Julie Wainwright of The RealReal – Startup for the First Billion
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC
065 – Julie Wainwright of The RealReal – Startup for the First Billion

064 – Dao Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne of DKNY – Perfection from Imperfection
10:53
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 10:53
064 – Dao Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne of DKNY – Perfection from Imperfection

063 – Angelia Muller of XRC Labs – Hodgepodge
56:49
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 56:49
063 – Angelia Muller of XRC Labs – Hodgepodge

062 – Nitin Mangtani, Stephanie Clay and Ken Pilot of PredictSpring – Get on the Platform Train
38:46
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 38:46
062 – Nitin Mangtani, Stephanie Clay and Ken Pilot of PredictSpring – Get on the Platform Train

061 – Heather Marie of Shoppable – Wanting It All
1:03:47
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 1:03:47
061 – Heather Marie of Shoppable – Wanting It All

060 – Chris Merkle of Razur – Money Blanket
1:18:53
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 1:18:53
060 – Chris Merkle of Razur – Money Blanket

059 – Dr. Sabine Seymour of Moondial and Softspot – The Seamless Second Skin
1:01:20
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 1:01:20
059 – Dr. Sabine Seymour of Moondial and Softspot – The Seamless Second Skin

058 – Anoop Kansupada of Loeb.nyc – Six Years, Thirty-One Interviews
42:53
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 42:53
058 – Anoop Kansupada of Loeb.nyc – Six Years, Thirty-One Interviews

057 – Uri Minkoff of the Rebecca Minkoff and Uri Minkoff brands – The Nerve of Change, The Rise of Comfort and The Amazing Card Story
1:35:34
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 1:35:34
057 – Uri Minkoff of the Rebecca Minkoff and Uri Minkoff brands – The Nerve of Change, The Rise of Comfort and The Amazing Card Story

056 – Deep Gujral of Nomad Financial – Getting Deep into Finance
38:22
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 38:22
056 – Deep Gujral of Nomad Financial – Getting Deep into Finance

055 – Jackie Trebilcock of New York Fashion Tech Lab – Ahead of the Curve
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC
055 – Jackie Trebilcock of New York Fashion Tech Lab – Ahead of the Curve

054 – Aziz Hasan and Zooey Purdy of Refinery29 – The Game of Thrones of Fashion
23:08
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 23:08
054 – Aziz Hasan and Zooey Purdy of Refinery29 – The Game of Thrones of Fashion

053 – Stephanie Benedetto of Queen of Raw – The Supply Chain Gang
1:07:32
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 1:07:32
053 – Stephanie Benedetto of Queen of Raw – The Supply Chain Gang

Special Report – Refinery29 Goes Global
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC
Special Report – Refinery29 Goes Global

052 – David Goldberg of Corigin Ventures – Why and Why You?
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC
052 – David Goldberg of Corigin Ventures – Why and Why You?

051 – Rohan Deuskar of Stylitics – Robot Stylist: The Jetsons are Coming (or The Double Fluffy)
1:22:17
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 1:22:17
051 – Rohan Deuskar of Stylitics – Robot Stylist: The Jetsons are Coming (or The Double Fluffy)

The 50th Show – Best Show Ever
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC
The 50th Show – Best Show Ever

049 – Andrew Young of Global Fashion Tech Battle – Poland, Prizes and Potential: The Overworked Asian Part 2
50:51
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 50:51
049 – Andrew Young of Global Fashion Tech Battle – Poland, Prizes and Potential: The Overworked Asian Part 2

048 – Andrew Young of Global Fashion Tech Battle – Battles, Bottles and Beginnings: The Overworked Asian Part 1
49:55
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 49:55
048 – Andrew Young of Global Fashion Tech Battle – Battles, Bottles and Beginnings: The Overworked Asian Part 1

047– Bradford Shellhammer of Bezar – Liberace Rising: Master Connector, Design Scout and Neon Hoarder – Part 2
36:37
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 36:37
047– Bradford Shellhammer of Bezar – Liberace Rising: Master Connector, Design Scout and Neon Hoarder – Part 2

046– Bradford Shellhammer of Bezar – Liberace Rising: Master Connector, Design Scout and Neon Hoarder – Part 1
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC
046– Bradford Shellhammer of Bezar – Liberace Rising: Master Connector, Design Scout and Neon Hoarder – Part 1

Inside FIYB – A Bonus Episode on American Fashion Podcast
1:16:30
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 1:16:30
Inside FIYB – A Bonus Episode on American Fashion Podcast

045 – Charles Beckwith and Seth Friedermann of American Fashion Podcast – Designer Advocates
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC
045 – Charles Beckwith and Seth Friedermann of American Fashion Podcast – Designer Advocates

044 – Shaun Johnson of Startup Institute – A Steep and Upward Ascent
1:05:52
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 1:05:52
044 – Shaun Johnson of Startup Institute – A Steep and Upward Ascent

043 – Pooja Badlani and Sarika Doshi of Rank and Style – The DJ Of Lists
55:43
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 55:43
043 – Pooja Badlani and Sarika Doshi of Rank and Style – The DJ Of Lists

042 – Tracy Sun of Poshmark – A Phone and a Closet
1:02:44
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 1:02:44
042 – Tracy Sun of Poshmark – A Phone and a Closet

041 – Maxine Bédat of Zady – Understanding the Basket
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC
041 – Maxine Bédat of Zady – Understanding the Basket

040 – Loni Edwards of emPOWERED – “Functional Fashion”
51:06
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 51:06
040 – Loni Edwards of emPOWERED – “Functional Fashion”

039 – Dawn Dickson of Flat Out of Heels – “The Shoe Must Go On”
21:28
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 21:28
039 – Dawn Dickson of Flat Out of Heels – “The Shoe Must Go On”

038 – Liz Bacelar of Decoded Fashion – “Fashion Unicorn of the Moment”
1:10:31
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 1:10:31
038 – Liz Bacelar of Decoded Fashion – “Fashion Unicorn of the Moment”

037 – Amanda Curtis and Gemma Sole of Nineteenth Amendment – “Awesome Moment, Retail History”
18:06
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC 18:06
037 – Amanda Curtis and Gemma Sole of Nineteenth Amendment – “Awesome Moment, Retail History”

036 – Courtney Spritzer and Stephanie Abrams of SocialFly – “You Really Like Me!”
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC
036 – Courtney Spritzer and Stephanie Abrams of SocialFly – “You Really Like Me!”

035 – Cathy Han of 42 Technologies and Joe Shartzer of Nyopoly – “The Answer to Everything”
2017-09-21 22:31:06 UTC
035 – Cathy Han of 42 Technologies and Joe Shartzer of Nyopoly – “The Answer to Everything”

034 – Sim Gulati of Dropel and Ruchika Kumar of SKU IQ – “Gamechangers”
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC
034 – Sim Gulati of Dropel and Ruchika Kumar of SKU IQ – “Gamechangers”

033 – Esosa Ighodaro of Cosign – “Shop the Image”
28:10
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC 28:10
033 – Esosa Ighodaro of Cosign – “Shop the Image”

032 – Yosef Martin and Roberto Colon of BoxyCharm – “Smartest Box in the Room”
23:14
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC 23:14
032 – Yosef Martin and Roberto Colon of BoxyCharm – “Smartest Box in the Room”

031 – Mitali Saxena of Fashom – “Social Currency”
21:49
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC 21:49
031 – Mitali Saxena of Fashom – “Social Currency”

030 – Alex Semenzato of Cortexica – “Finding a Coat with the Hue of a Sunset”
47:41
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC 47:41
030 – Alex Semenzato of Cortexica – “Finding a Coat with the Hue of a Sunset”

029 – Pabla Ayala of pFunk Media – “Here’s the Story”
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC
029 – Pabla Ayala of pFunk Media – “Here’s the Story”

028 – Liza Kindred of Third Wave Magazine/Third Wave Fashion and Rachael Baxter of Conscious Magazine – “Fashion Futures and Fighting Bad Guys”
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC
028 – Liza Kindred of Third Wave Magazine/Third Wave Fashion and Rachael Baxter of Conscious Magazine – “Fashion Futures and Fighting Bad Guys”

027 – Raed AlAwadhi of ModernLook.com – “Dream Team”
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC
027 – Raed AlAwadhi of ModernLook.com – “Dream Team”

026 – Sal Khokhar of Koka Consulting – “Startups Are the New Rockstars”
26:17
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC 26:17
026 – Sal Khokhar of Koka Consulting – “Startups Are the New Rockstars”

025 – Nico Berardi of AGP Miami – “Miami 2.0”
20:42
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC 20:42
025 – Nico Berardi of AGP Miami – “Miami 2.0”

024 – Bobby Harris of Fashion Show VIP and Sherille Samson of Shaun Samson – “Images”
35:50
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC 35:50
024 – Bobby Harris of Fashion Show VIP and Sherille Samson of Shaun Samson – “Images”

023 – Ryan Harwood of PureWow – “Illuminating Wow”
1:04:28
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC 1:04:28
023 – Ryan Harwood of PureWow – “Illuminating Wow”

022 – Rob Sanchez of Ralph and Remington – “Transparent Brand”
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC
022 – Rob Sanchez of Ralph and Remington – “Transparent Brand”

021 – Ian Thiel of Optimizely “Connecting Experiences: The Voice of Optimization”
22:09
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC 22:09
021 – Ian Thiel of Optimizely “Connecting Experiences: The Voice of Optimization”

020 – Liza Kindred of Third Wave Fashion and Matt Wellschlager of Ceros “Wake Up to the Future, Humans”
42:48
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC 42:48
020 – Liza Kindred of Third Wave Fashion and Matt Wellschlager of Ceros “Wake Up to the Future, Humans”

019 – Dennis O’Malley of ReadyPulse – “Pulse of Influence”
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC
019 – Dennis O’Malley of ReadyPulse – “Pulse of Influence”

018 – Sarah Cogan of The One Garment – “Bag It! There’s Gotta Be a Better Way!”
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC
018 – Sarah Cogan of The One Garment – “Bag It! There’s Gotta Be a Better Way!”

017 – Dylan Richard of Modest – “It’s Not Easy Being Another Green”
4:24
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC 4:24
017 – Dylan Richard of Modest – “It’s Not Easy Being Another Green”

016 – Alexandra Wilkis Wilson of Gilt and GLAMSQUAD and Julia Macalaster of Preeline – “Aha Moments, Flash Sales and Full Margins”
39:59
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC 39:59
016 – Alexandra Wilkis Wilson of Gilt and GLAMSQUAD and Julia Macalaster of Preeline – “Aha Moments, Flash Sales and Full Margins”

015 – Ken Seiff of Beanstalk Ventures – “Revolutionize or Disrupt”
14:26
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC 14:26
015 – Ken Seiff of Beanstalk Ventures – “Revolutionize or Disrupt”

014 – Kay Koplovitz and Maria Gotsch of New York Fashion Tech Lab – “The Possibility of Anything”
50:29
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC 50:29
014 – Kay Koplovitz and Maria Gotsch of New York Fashion Tech Lab – “The Possibility of Anything”

013 – Dean Steven Frumkin of The Jay and Patty Baker School of Business and Technology at the Fashion Institute of Technology – “Fashion Cyclist – Simply Global”
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC
013 – Dean Steven Frumkin of The Jay and Patty Baker School of Business and Technology at the Fashion Institute of Technology – “Fashion Cyclist – Simply Global”

012 – Dean Steven Frumkin of the Jay and Patty Baker School of Business and Technology at the Fashion Institute of Technology – “Giving You The Business”
41:35
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC 41:35
012 – Dean Steven Frumkin of the Jay and Patty Baker School of Business and Technology at the Fashion Institute of Technology – “Giving You The Business”

011 – Pranay Srinivasan of Sourceeasy – “Robot Baseball Players and the Business Efficiency Buffet”
48:10
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC 48:10
011 – Pranay Srinivasan of Sourceeasy – “Robot Baseball Players and the Business Efficiency Buffet”

010 – Tito Chowdhury – “You’re F*&#*ing Portland!”
1:23:09
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC 1:23:09
010 – Tito Chowdhury – “You’re F*&#*ing Portland!”

009 – Jeffrey Madoff and Matt Hooper – “The Authentic Fake, The Millennial Bullhorn, and Eating the World” (part two)
1:08:24
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC 1:08:24
009 – Jeffrey Madoff and Matt Hooper – “The Authentic Fake, The Millennial Bullhorn, and Eating the World” (part two)

008 – Jeffrey Madoff and Matt Hooper – “The Goofy Watch, The Mattaphor, and Eating the World” (part one)
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC
008 – Jeffrey Madoff and Matt Hooper – “The Goofy Watch, The Mattaphor, and Eating the World” (part one)

007 – Sandy Hussain of Fashion Digital – “The Safety Features of Caveman Wheels” (part two)
47:17
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC 47:17
007 – Sandy Hussain of Fashion Digital – “The Safety Features of Caveman Wheels” (part two)

006 – Sandy Hussain of Fashion Digital – “The Pretty Ones Are Winning” (part one)
54:37
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC 54:37
006 – Sandy Hussain of Fashion Digital – “The Pretty Ones Are Winning” (part one)

005 – Sumeet Shah of Brand Foundry Ventures – “Hello Mister Chips” (part two)
49:05
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC 49:05
005 – Sumeet Shah of Brand Foundry Ventures – “Hello Mister Chips” (part two)

004 – Sumeet Shah of Brand Foundry Ventures – “Hello Mister Chips” (part one)
50:33
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC 50:33
004 – Sumeet Shah of Brand Foundry Ventures – “Hello Mister Chips” (part one)

003 – Great Scott! with Scott Lux
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC
003 – Great Scott! with Scott Lux

002 – That’s the Sizzle with guest Matt Friesen
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC
002 – That’s the Sizzle with guest Matt Friesen

001 – Wearing Technology with Guest Madison Maxey
2017-09-21 22:31:07 UTC
001 – Wearing Technology with Guest Madison Maxey