In honor of Earth Day, I'm sharing some staggering statistics about the fashion industry and how we can all care for the planet - and look fabulous while doing it - by rocking vintage.
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In today's episode, we're talking about letting go of the opinions of others and leading our intuition lead us. If you're struggling with making a decision in your life, this episode is for you.
How often have you found yourself hoping, visualizing, praying or meditating on someone (a potential partner, a company, a lender etc) choosing you? Ever notice we immediately hand our power away without even thinking twice? We immediately assume we need them more than they need us. It's time to flip the script from "I hope they pick me" to "I wonder if I want to pick THEM." This mini episode will show you how.
Welcome to our new mini series: Champagne Thought of the Day! I'm going to start bringing you a mini episode with a "champagne thought" (a powerful, effervescent, high vibrational concept) for you to take with you throughout the day. Think of these as little hot pink jewels of inspiration. Today we're talking about romanticizing our past. We've all done it. But does it serve us? Tune in to find out how to stay in the present moment and keep your mind focused on the magic of the future.
If you love fashion and the arts, you're going to LOVE this episode. I have Joanie Coyote on the show, who is a Costume History Professor, Theatre Costume Designer, and Stand-Up Comic.
Costuming brought her from Texas to New York in the 1980's where she made costumes for Broadway plays such as Starlight Express, Miss Saigon and Phantom of the Opera. She was a dresser for Les Miserable and a few other Broadway shows. Joanie stumbled into other creative outlets such as acting in a critically acclaimed Off-Broadway play, Top Girls, and waitressing at the Original Improv Comedy Club which would lead to her eventually performing comedy in Houston and Los Angeles for many years. Joanie is a single mom to an awesome daughter and is committed to empowering women in any way possible.
Joanie and I talk about the rise of women in the fashion industry, how fashion has evolved through the times, the power of pink hair, our fashion predictions for a post-COVID world, and so much more. Grab a cup of coffee and get ready to dig in to this fabulous conversation!
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