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Join our host, Who What Wear co-founder Hillary Kerr, as she chronicles the career changes that can come at any age in our podcast, Second Life.


Julie Chung: Ophthalmologist and T3 Co-Founder

Julie Chung is an ophthalmologist and the co-founder of the hair-tool company T3. Even while in med school to become a glaucoma and cataract surgeon, Chung always put effort into her hair in the mornings. However, her go-to hair dryer was ineffective and heavy. As a gift to Chung, her now-husband Kent Yu took it upon himself to create a lighter, sleeker model with innovative technology to combat frizz. Realizing the white space in haircare, Chung then designed a marketing strategy that positioned the hair dryer as a beautiful, luxe item. Thus, T3 was born and was an immediate success. The brand sold out multiple times and eventually had retailers who’d shunned it at first calling to stock its product. In the years that followed, Chung and Yu designed flat irons, curling irons, and other products, all in T3’s signature polished style. This year, they celebrated 20 years of T3 and launched their first hot-air styler, the T3 Aire 360. Chung still practices medicine but is increasing her time with T3 as she looks to the future of her independently owned brand.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
22/07/2451m 19s

The Who What Wear Podcast: Our Nordstrom Anniversary Sale It List: The Items, Brands, and Trends We’re Buying

The Nordstrom Anniversary Sale is here, and with so many incredible items to shop, we thought you might need some help narrowing down your wish list. Join Kat Collings and our Who What Wear editors as they discuss their best purchases from the sale over the years, along with the trends and brands they’re shopping this year. Plus, since the Anniversary Sale gives you great deals on new arrivals, they’re discussing which items to stock up on now for your fall wardrobe.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
17/07/2429m 35s

Shea McGee: Interior Designer and Co-Founder of Studio McGee and McGee & Co.

Shea McGee is an interior designer and the co-founder of Studio McGee and McGee & Co. Shea originally worked in communications, but after redecorating her first home with her husband and eventual co-founder, Syd McGee, she found that she had a natural talent for design. She took interior design classes at her local community college to build skills and confidence and attracted clients in her neighborhood and on Instagram. In 2014, she and Syd took a chance and sold their house in California, using the proceeds to move to Salt Lake City and launch their business. Soon, Shea’s classic yet modern style and behind-the-scenes looks on social media were attracting customers from all over the country. She built a virtual design services business and eventually, an e-commerce business with the launch of McGee & Co. Shea also starred in the Netflix renovation show Dream Home Makeover and designs a line of furniture with Target named Threshold Designed With Studio McGee.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
15/07/2457m 34s

The Who What Wear Podcast: Mary Beth Barone and Benito Skinner on Fashion in Stand-Up Comedy, the Value of Vintage, and the Designers They Ride For

We absolutely ride for Mary Beth Barone and Benito Skinner. While the comedians, podcasters, and real-life besties are known for their creativity and unmatched banter, their incredible personal style and love for fashion can’t be overlooked. The two have become regulars at various runway shows; Mary Beth wore a 1999 Versace dress for her latest stand-up special; and Benito’s IG feed is splattered with outfits from Dior and JW Anderson. Today, they join us to talk about Benito’s recently ordered Amazon show, Overcompensating, Mary Beth’s upcoming Pillow Talk Tour, and, of course, all things fashion—from their dream collab designers to the impact drag queens have on their performance outfits. Plus, stay tuned for news on Ride season 2 (which drops today!) and how Lizzie McGuire shaped the pair's personal style.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
10/07/2440m 7s

Kim and Vanessa Pham: Omsom Co-Founders

Kim and Vanessa Pham are the founders of Omsom, an Asian sauce and noodles brand. As the children of Vietnamese refugees who grew up in Boston, they always loved their traditional cuisine, but they often felt ostracized by their peers for it. So, decades later, after stints in start-ups and management consulting, the sisters decided to quit their jobs and found a brand that would help build the world they wanted to live in. In 2020, Omsom was born, and despite a pandemic-era launch, they sold out of their original product line in 72 hours. Since then, the two have scaled up the brand, releasing new products like saucy noodles and partnering with Asian chefs to create unique recipes. Most recently, in June 2024, they were acquired by DayDayCook. Throughout the process, they’ve done all of this to increase access to authentic Asian flavors and break Asian cuisine out of the confines of the “ethnic foods” aisle.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
08/07/2452m 27s

The Who What Wear Podcast: Denim Expert Benjamin Talley Smith on Making Best-Selling Khaite and Reformation Jeans, Plus the Styles to Shop this Summer

Benjamin Talley Smith is the founder of the denim atelier Talley Creative. Named “the most influential jeans guy you’ve never heard of” in a recent New York Times profile, Ben provides services across design, production, and marketing to brands looking to create or expand their denim offerings. Over the years, he’s worked on denim collections for Helmut Lang, Earnest Sewn, Ulla Johnson, Jordache, Re/Done, Everlane, Reformation, and Khaite—and that’s just scratching the surface. As a true denim whisperer, he often has a hand in the most exciting denim launches, including an upcoming line with Spanx in 2025. This week, Ben joins us to discuss the best pairs on the market today, the return of low rises, and naming Khaite’s Danielle jeans after his wife.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
03/07/2427m 29s

Laura O'Neill: Van Leeuwen Ice Cream Co-Founder

Laura O'Neill is the co-founder of Van Leeuwen Ice Cream. O'Neill grew up in Melbourne and worked in event producing before deciding to travel the world. She met her future partner Ben Van Leeuwen on a fateful trip to London, and when she moved to New York to be with him, he proposed a wild idea: They should start a well-designed ice cream truck that sold delicious, high-quality ice cream. Thus, Van Leeuwen Ice Cream was born. In the last 15 years O'Neill, Van Leeuwen, and his brother Pete have positioned the brand as a household name—one synonymous with truly delectable ice cream. Van Leeuwen Ice Cream is sold in over 12,000 grocery stores, has over 50 stores in the United States, and recently opened its first-ever franchise store in Singapore. Later this year, the first-ever Van Leeuwen Flavor Lab will be opened in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
01/07/2449m 28s

The Who What Wear Podcast: Who What Wear Weddings 2024: Our Editors Share the Top Trends, the Buzziest Designers, and How to Incorporate Personal Style at a Wedding

Wedding season is gearing up, and you know what that means: It's time for Who What Wear to break down all of the hottest wedding trends, from bridesmaid dresses to the most interesting bridal designers on the market to the tablescape details that will make each of your guests feel like VIPs. Join Who What Wear Editorial Director Lauren Eggertsen and Associate Director of Special Projects Kristen Nichols to hear what the chicest brides and wedding guests are wearing this season and how you can get the looks. Plus, Eggertsen shares where she's finding inspiration for her own wedding later this year. Be sure to check out our full digital Wedding Issue at the link below! See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
26/06/2429m 1s

Bo Shepherd: Designer, Author, and Woodward Throwbacks Co-Founder

Bo Shepherd is a designer, author, and co-founder of Woodward Throwbacks, a Detroit-based reclamation and design brand. She got her start as an interior designer for GM’s Chevy product line, working on door design for cars like the Chevy Bolt. During her time at GM, she also got to know the city of Detroit and began exploring the world of salvaged materials and furniture with her partner Kyle Dubay. After several years at GM, Bo took the plunge and left her job to work on this new project, dubbed Woodward Throwbacks, after one of the main streets in Detroit. She and Kyle began producing home décor and furnishings from reclaimed materials found around Detroit and developed an interior design business. She’s also written a book, renovated several properties, and expanded Woodward’s product offerings, all highlighting her own creativity and Detroit’s creative spirit.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
24/06/2450m 41s

The Who What Wear Podcast: Tab Vintage Founder Alexis Novak on Her Rarest Finds, Her New Showroom, and Why Glamour Is Back

Alexis Novak is the founder of the celebrity-adored vintage studio Tab Vintage. Novak founded Tab in 2019, and since her first foray into sourcing an impossible-to-get Jean Paul Gaultier piece, she's built the brand into one of the most sought-after destinations for luxury vintage and archival pieces. Today, Novak works closely with some of the top stylists and celebrities in the world. She recently sourced pieces for Emily Ratajkowski's Met Gala looks and Alex Cooper's wedding! Novak's passion for sourcing, restoring, and sharing the history of every one of her unique finds is palpable. This week, Novak joins us to discuss her FBI-level techniques for sourcing rare pieces, her new appointment-only showroom in L.A., and why glamour is back.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
19/06/2430m 23s

Seema Bansal Chadha: Venus et Fleur Co-Founder

Seema Bansal Chadha is the co-founder of the luxury floral brand Venus et Fleur. Born and raised in Vancouver, Bansal Chadha spent her formative years learning the business at her father’s lighting and plumbing fixtures store. In 2015, after a fateful meeting with her now husband, she used her experience in sales, marketing, and customer development to create Venus et Fleur. Initially, the couple aimed to start a reliable luxury floral business that could prevent what had happened to them on their first Valentine’s Day: a botched flower delivery. The two innovated even further by developing a unique and instantly popular way to preserve roses for up to a year. Since then, Venus et Fleur has exploded in popularity and has become a favorite of celebrities like Khloé and Kourtney Kardashian. Bansal Chadha has guided the brand through massive growth and expansion into new flowers and product categories, positioning Venus et Fleur as the most innovative and buzzy floral brand on the market.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
17/06/2452m 42s

Who What Wear With Hillary Kerr: Journalist Lauren Sherman on Puck Media, Victoria’s Secret, and the State of Fashion Journalism

You can rest assured that Lauren Sherman is always going to get the full story. The journalist and author of the popular Puck Media fashion newsletter, Line Sheet, has spent years crafting detailed, thoughtful stories about the business of fashion. The result? She is now one of the most trusted, respected voices in fashion journalism. From following the movements of designers to their next fashion house to familiarizing the public with the players of the biggest luxury goods conglomerates in the world, Lauren demystifies and investigates the fashion world in a fun and engaging way. She is also the co-author of an upcoming book about Victoria’s Secret titled, Selling Sexy: Victoria’s Secret and the Unraveling of an American Icon, and hosts a podcast called Fashion People. This week, Lauren joins us to discuss her reporting process and whether the time is still right for there to be a Victoria’s Secret fashion show.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
12/06/2438m 49s

Zanna Roberts Rassi: Fashion Journalist, Television Host and Producer, and Milk Makeup Co-Founder

Zanna Roberts Rassi is a fashion journalist, a television host and producer, and the co-founder of Milk Makeup. She cut her teeth in the beauty industry in London, working at magazines such as Glamour and Marie Claire UK before becoming a fashion editor at Marie Claire US. In 2013, Roberts Rassi took a leap, bringing the skills she learned in fashion media to the red carpet. As a style correspondent for E!, she infused red carpet journalism with her telltale fashion know-how, adding a level of gravitas that viewers loved. In 2016, she again branched into something new, co-founding the effortlessly cool makeup brand Milk Makeup. In 2024, she was named Today’s style correspondent, and this summer, she will be taking Today to the Paris Olympics, using her stellar fashion journalism skills to tell stories about France’s storied fashion houses.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
10/06/2456m 25s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: The Citrus-Stained Origins of Lilly Pulitzer: Live! (BONUS)

We have a special bonus episode for you today! In honor of Lilly Pulitzer's 65th anniversary, Who What Wear joined the Lilly team for a live podcast event. Senior editor Anna LaPlaca and editor Jasmine Fox-Suliaman host this live conversation, tracing the origins of the brand back to its unlikely beginnings as a juice stand. Lilly Pulitzer—both the free-spirited founder and the iconic heritage brand—share an enthralling history you won't want to miss. Of course, our editors also discuss how they'd style their favorite pieces from the current collection. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
07/06/2434m 58s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Rixo Co-Founder Henrietta Rix on the Brand’s “Future Vintage” Ethos, Iconic Prints, and Her Favorite Pieces for Summer

Henrietta Rix is the co-founder of the womenswear brand Rixo. Founded in 2015, it has quickly become a favorite for its gorgeous prints, timeless silhouettes, high-quality silk, and non-designer price tags. But beyond the brand’s stunning dresses, Rix and Co-Founder Orlagh McCloskey have worked to develop Rixo as a company with a unique perspective on fashion and vintage. To that end, they’ve opened up a flagship store on King’s Road in London that contains a coffee shop, bar, bridal boutique, tailoring bar, and rental collection. To align with the brand’s aim to produce “future vintage” pieces, it also tracks several sustainability goals to lower its impact on the environment. Henrietta is here to discuss the origins of Rixo’s signature prints and what it takes to grow a brand without outside investment. Plus, hear what her favorite pieces for summer are.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
05/06/2431m 31s

Gaby Dalkin: What’s Gaby Cooking Blogger, Best-Selling Author, and Founder of Dalkin & Co.

Gaby Dalkin is widely known as one of the original food bloggers, but before she was running What’s Gaby Cooking, she began her career in fashion PR. But when the economy crashed in 2008, she lost her job and decided to enroll in culinary school. From that moment, her food career snowballed: On the same day she started classes, she also began cataloging her journey on her now-famous blog called What’s Gaby Cooking, and only a few weeks into school, she booked a job as a personal chef. She spent the next few years honing her culinary and pastry skills, working as a private chef for celebs like Jessica Simpson, mastering food styling, and building her growing blog. Then, in 2013, she received her first book deal and leaped into working on What’s Gaby Cooking full-time. Today, her blog remains wildly popular. She also has her own spice-blend company, Dalkin & Co, and has written five books, the newest of which, What’s Gaby Cooking: Grilling All the Things, just came out on May 21.Link to Order: Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: The Who What Wear 100 Beauty Awards

The Who What Wear editors have been hard at work for months, testing hundreds of beauty products and tools so that you don't have to! This week, Beauty Director Erin Jahns is back on the pod to share the team's findings across the hair, skin, makeup, body, tool, nail, and fragrance categories. From trusty standbys you can find at the drugstore to trendy newcomers that actually live up to the hype, there's something on this list for everyone. The Who What Wear Beauty 100 edit is now live, so make sure you also check out the full list of our 100 favorite products at the link below. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
29/05/2428m 10s

Laura Low Ah Kee and Shannon Savage: Co-Founders of Left on Friday

After spending over 10 years working together at Lululemon, Laura Low Ah Kee and Shannon Savage embarked on their own entrepreneurial journey when they launched their premium athletic swimwear line, Left on Friday. During their tenure at Lululemon, Laura and Shannon bonded over their love of the beach and frustration regarding the lack of high-performance, stylish swimsuits. They realized that with Laura’s merchandising knowledge and Shannon’s design eye, they were uniquely poised to disrupt the swimwear space, and in 2018, they did just that. Today, Left on Friday boasts a wide array of swimwear styles and the opportunity to provide the uniforms for the Canadian National Women’s Beach Volleyball team for the 2024 Summer Olympics.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
27/05/2454m 29s

Special Re-Release: Welcoming Marie Claire's New Editor in Chief, Nikki Ogunnaike!

Surprise! We’re launching a new podcast with Marie Claire called Nice Talk with Nikki Ogunnaike in exactly one week! In honor of the upcoming launch, we’re revisiting an episode of Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr from Nikki’s early days as Editor in Chief of Marie Claire. Listen to the trailer and subscribe to Nice Talk at the link below (or wherever you get your podcasts). See you in the Nice Talk feed on May 30th!  [This episode originally aired on October 25th, 2023.]This week, Hillary hands the mic to Who What Wear Editor in Chief Kat Collings for a special episode welcoming Nikki Ogunnaike to her new position as editor in chief at Marie Claire, Who What Wear’s sister brand! Nikki has big plans for the iconic publication, which she hopes to make feel like "a group chat of your most ambitious friends." The two EICs discuss growing up with Marie Claire, high-impact, low-lift personal style, and the accuracy of the Miranda Priestly depiction of an editor in chief.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
23/05/2427m 18s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Julia Fox on Her New E! Show OMG Fashun, Upcycling, and Keeping Creative Doors Open

Between writing her New York Times best-selling memoir Down the Drain, dropping a single and accompanying music video with the same title, and hosting and producing a brand-new reality competition show on E! called OMG Fashun, Julia Fox continues to creatively one-up herself. Since her breakout role in Uncut Gems in 2019, Fox has continued to make headlines for her undeniably creative fashion choices—many of which are products of her taking a pair of scissors to the random materials she finds in her apartment. Now, she's bringing that same mentality to OMG Fashun, where she challenges designers to create sustainable high-fashion looks by upcycling unconventional materials. She's here to discuss working with her co-host Law Roach, why she champions up-and-coming designers, and how having her son freed her to dress only for herself.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
22/05/2424m 24s

Sophie Grégoire Trudeau: Author, Ambassador, Speaker, and Canada's De Facto First Lady

Sophie Grégoire Trudeau has spent over two decades advocating in the mental health space, and she's bringing her learnings to print in her new memoir Closer Together: Knowing Ourselves, Loving Each Other, published April 23. In the book, she shares personal anecdotes as well as interviews she's conducted with psychology professionals. Grégoire Trudeau's impact in the mental health space is far-reaching, but she spent her early career in entirely different industries. She worked first in advertising and later in television as an on-camera host. It was during those years that Grégoire Trudeau began volunteering at an eating disorder clinic and found her true calling in mental health work. She later became the de facto First Lady of Canada when her husband Justin Trudeau was appointed prime minister, and she went on to use her platform to advocate on behalf of a variety of mental health causes.Order Grégoire Trudeau's book here: Warning: Eating DisordersSee Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
20/05/2455m 22s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Celebrity Hairstylist Clayton Hawkins Talks Olivia Rodrigo's Tour Hair, the Vintage Hair Tool He Wants Back in Production, and the Importance of Knowing When to Pivot a Look

Clayton Hawkins played with wigs instead of toys as a child, and by the time he was in high school, he had a lucrative side hustle doing prom hair for his classmates. Today, Hawkins is known for his work with clients such as Olivia Rodrigo, Jenna Ortega, and Ali Wong, in addition to his hilarious and educational #HairTok presence. This week, Hawkins explains the techniques he used to give Rodrigo her flawless Guts tour waves, how bang pieces actually work, and which Hailey Bieber look he treated with the attention to detail he can only imagine was matched by the historical researchers behind Christopher Nolan's Oppenheimer.This episode was brought to you by eBay.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
15/05/2423m 54s

Molly Yeh: Food Blogger, Food Network Host, and Author

Molly Yeh is a food blogger, Food Network host, restaurant owner, and cookbook author. But before she entered the food space, she spent her early career in a different industry: music. While studying classical percussion at Juilliard, she realized how much she loved trying new restaurants in New York and cooking for her friends. Soon, she launched her food blog, My Name Is Yeh, and after playing music and working on her blog for a few years in Brooklyn, she moved to her husband’s family’s beet farm in Minnesota. There, she poured herself into cooking and food writing, and her blog took off. In 2015, Saveur named it Food Blog of the Year. Today, her food network show, Girl Meets Farm, is currently in its 13th season; she’s been nominated for a James Beard Foundation Media Award for Outstanding Personality/Host; her most recent book, Home Is Where the Eggs Are, is a New York Times bestseller; and so much more. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: The Met Gala 2024 Recap

It’s our favorite time of the year! On Monday, right after the Met Gala red carpet arrivals drew to a close, Hillary sat down with Who What Wear Editor in Chief Kat Collings and Shopping Director Bobby Schuessler for a full download of the evening. On top of tracing the origins of the best archival and referential looks of the night, the group discusses the most successful interpretations of the Garden of Time dress code, the top beauty looks, and the prevailing trends. This episode is brought to you by eBay.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
08/05/2426m 58s

Ann Crady Weiss: Hatch CEO and Co-Founder

Ann Crady Weiss is helping millions of families get better sleep with her company Hatch. Hatch launched in 2016 as a baby-product company, and today, one in three households with a baby has a Hatch Rest, which acts as a soothing sound machine and night light. The brand has since expanded to focus on helping people of all ages prioritize their sleep. Its Hatch Restore, a sleep device made with adults in mind, was even mentioned on Time’s 100 Best Inventions of 2020. But Hatch wasn’t Ann’s first entrepreneurial endeavor. In fact, she gained knowledge in the baby space with her first company, Maya’s Mom, an early social networking site for parents. Before that, Ann led as the director of new initiatives at Yahoo Autos and practiced as a corporate securities attorney. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
06/05/2456m 27s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Stylist Dani Michelle on Dressing a Generation of Style Icons, Launching Méga, and Curating a Vision for Joe's Jeans

Dani Michelle is a powerhouse stylist who dresses some of the most highly photographed women in the world. If you're even remotely online, you know the influence that her clients—such as Hailey Bieber, Kendall Jenner, and Elsa Hosk—wield over the fashion space. On top of her styling work, Michelle recently launched a chic, stackable jewelry line called Méga, and she was just named creative director of L.A.-based denim brand Joe's Jeans. In this episode, Michelle discusses what it's like to put her work on a global stage daily and how jewelry designing and creative directing have become gratifying additions to her career. Plus, she shares which accessories are making a comeback for spring.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
01/05/2428m 31s

Mara Roszak: Celebrity Hairstylist and Rōz Founder

Mara Roszak has had quite a multifaceted career within the hairstyling industry. After enrolling in beauty school at just 16 years old, Roszak landed an assistant role at Chris McMillan's iconic salon, where she quickly earned her own chair. While there, she also began working on red carpet events and press tours with her first celebrity client, Sarah Michelle Gellar, and today, her client roster has grown to include Emma Stone, Michelle Yeoh, and Zoe Saldaña. Aside from her hairstyling career, she's embarked on entrepreneurial pursuits. In 2016, she opened her own salon called Mare, and in 2021, she launched her line of clean, high-performance hair products—Rōz.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
29/04/2452m 52s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Trend Forecaster and Content Creator Mandy Lee @oldloserinbrooklyn on Her Viral #75HardStyleChallenge and 2024 Met Gala Predictions

Mandy Lee, or @oldloserinbrooklyn, has made a name for herself creating thoughtful, well-researched fashion content online. Since starting her TikTok during the pandemic, Lee has amassed over half a million followers and become an authority in the world of trend forecasting. Lee started the viral #75HardStyleChallenge and hosts an annual Met Gala watch party on TikTok that is not to be missed. Last year, she predicted that Doja Cat would dress as Karl Lagerfeld’s cat, Choupette, and over 70 million of her viewers watched as her prediction came true. This week, Lee joins us to chat about the impact of her style challenge—and she’s even sharing her coveted Met Gala predictions for this year!See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
24/04/2428m 51s

Allison Messner: Yardzen Co-Founder and CEO

In 2017, the outdoor space surrounding Allison Messner’s home in Northern California was destroyed by a devastating wildfire. In the aftermath, Allison and her husband decided to hire a landscape designer to help them rebuild their green space, but they quickly realized how difficult, long, and expensive the process was going to be. The two began developing an idea to make the process more efficient and accessible by incorporating new technology, and in 2018, they launched Yardzen, a digital landscape design and build platform. Today, the company operates in all 50 states with a network of hundreds of designers and architects. But before Allison disrupted the landscape industry, she reported as a journalist in Alaska, worked at a prestigious PR firm, was CMO of the tech company OpenDNS when it was acquired by Cisco for $635 million, and even started her own venture capital firm. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
22/04/2452m 39s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Celebrity Stylist Jamie Mizrahi on Creating Lived-In Looks for Jennifer Lawrence, Jeremy Allen White, and Adele

Stylist Jamie Mizrahi may not look to trends for inspiration, but she's certainly been known to help set a few of them. For instance, her client Jennifer Lawrence has made fashion headlines countless times since they partnered up, and we've watched the influence of J.Law's elevated yet effortless street style ripple through the community in the recent surge of simple, polished basics. Whether she's advising Jeremy Allen White on which button to unbutton or creating a new custom black gown for Adele's Vegas residency every single weekend, Mizrahi's through line is always to give her clients a lived-in look that emphasizes their unique sense of style. This week, Mizrahi shares why she generally ignores fashion industry standards and encourages clients to rewear pieces, dig into the past seasons' archives, and dress in a way that feels authentic. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
17/04/2425m 15s

Shereene Idriss: Dermatologist and Founder of Dr. Idriss Skincare

Shereene Idriss, MD, is on a mission to demystify the world of dermatology and skincare. Back in 2018, Idriss felt frustrated by the rise of misinformation online surrounding skincare and decided to set the record straight. With her background as a clinical dermatologist, she began posting educational Instagram Stories from her bed, and soon, a follower aptly dubbed her the #PillowtalkDerm. Today, Idriss’s influence in the skincare world is threefold. Since graduating from her seven-year medical program, she’s amassed an audience of over 3 million people, opened her own dermatology practice, and created a skincare line called Dr. Idriss, which just launched at Sephora.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
15/04/2454m 40s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Is the Algorithm Killing Personal Style? Featuring @pigmamiii and @jalil_johnson_

In a world where shopping integrations and #sponsored posts dominate our social feeds, it can often feel like the rapid onslaught of trends and aesthetics is homogenizing personal style and killing creativity. Who What Wear assistant shopping editor Ana Escalante recently dug into the topic of style fatigue (check out the full story here!), and today, she joins Editor in Chief Kat Collings to discuss the big, bad algorithm and how it's impacting personal style. Escalante tapped a couple of fashion insiders to get their takes, so you'll also hear clips of her conversations with style curator and writer Heather Hurst (@pigmamiii) and Saks Fifth Avenue fashion coordinator and writer Jalil Johnson (@jalil_johnson_).See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
10/04/2437m 7s

Nidhi Kapur: Founder and CEO of Maiden Home

As a child, Nidhi Kapur constantly repainted and redecorated her bedroom, but she never thought that she would actually pursue a career in the design industry. In fact, after graduating college, Nidhi worked at major companies such as McKinsey & Company and Google before landing a role as the director of business development at the beauty subscription-box company Birchbox. But when she bought her first apartment and began the interior design process, she quickly recognized a lack of accessible and convenient custom furniture companies in the market. Soon after, she combined her longtime love of design with her deep knowledge and experience in business development to create industry disruptor Maiden Home. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
08/04/2451m 1s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Our April Cover Star Sydney Sweeney on Producing, Elevating New Storytellers, and Diving Into Horror

Sydney Sweeney returns as Who What Wear's first repeat cover star! Make sure to check out her experimental, surrealist cover story here—you've likely never seen her quite like this. This week, senior editor Eliza Huber sits down with Sweeney to talk about all of her recent projects, from launching her own production company to filming rom-com Anyone But You, action film Madame Web, and horror flick Immaculate. There's a lot to cover. Sweeney also discusses how producing has transformed her career, how she navigates the many impacts of fame, and why she keeps her private life private.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
03/04/2445m 54s

Brigette Romanek: Interior Designer, Founder of Romanek Design Studio, and Author of Livable Luxe

Brigette Romanek is the brilliant interior designer behind the homes of celebrities such as Gwyneth Paltrow, Demi Moore, and Beyoncé. In addition to maintaining a roster of high-profile clients, she also lends her design eye to retail locations, such as beauty destination Thirteen Lune and clothing brand The Great. With so many incredible projects under her belt, this past October, Brigette released a book called Livable Luxe, which details her process, some of her favorite spaces, and her design ethos. Though Brigette always knew she wanted to be creative, she spent her early career as a singer and handbag designer before ultimately realizing that interior design was her calling. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
01/04/2447m 4s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Tapping Into 2024’s Biggest Spring/Summer Trends With Levi’s

With fashion month behind them, Editor in Chief Kat Collings and Associate Director of Special Projects Kristen Nichols are here to give their 2024 spring/summer trend report. The ladies have identified the leading styles from both on and off the runway, and this spring, you can expect to see casual layering, Western-inspired details, and tons of denim. We'll also be shifting away from frilly bows and Barbie pink and moving toward a more modern, mature way of dressing. In addition to taking a closer look at how these trends have emerged, Kat and Kristen turned to our friends at Levi’s to help tap into each of these looks. They’re sharing their favorite Levi's picks for each aesthetic, easy outfit formulas, and helpful styling tips to ease you into spring fashion.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
27/03/2430m 31s

Karla Welch: Stylist and Co-Founder of The Period Company

Karla Welch is back on the show! Karla first joined us back in 2018 on our Life Lessons mini-series to discuss her incredible styling career, her clothing brand, xKarla, and more. Since we last chatted, Karla founded The Period Company, which offers affordable period products, including reusable pads and absorbent underwear in a variety of styles and fabrics. The brand is sold at retailers such as Walmart, Urban Outfitters, and Amazon, and has donated over 1 million pairs of period underwear as part of its effort to end period poverty worldwide. In addition to her company, Karla also continues to style an enormous roster of talent including Justin Bieber and two of our favorite Barbie stars, America Ferrera and Greta Gerwig. On top of all that, she’s also a MasterClass teacher, founder of the styling app Wishi, and co-founder of the creative studio The Welch’s Creative.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
25/03/2449m 12s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Supermodel Ashley Graham on Becoming an Entrepreneur, Putting Her Money Where Her Mouth Is, and Mentoring Female Founders on Her New Show, Side Hustlers

After making history as the first size-14 model featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit in 2016, supermodel and entrepreneur Ashley Graham has used her star power to repeatedly confront and redefine the fashion industry’s archaic beauty standards. Graham has actively pushed brands to take a chance on her—learning the business of fashion, developing her own lines, and becoming an investor along the way. Today, Ashley’s sharing how her own entrepreneurial journey led her to her latest role as co-host and executive producer of Roku’s Side Hustlers, where she and Good American Founder Emma Grede mentor and invest in female entrepreneurs looking to turn their side hustles into full-time gigs. You can watch the full first season of Side Hustlers for free at! This episode was brought to you by eBay.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
20/03/2429m 0s

Abby Jimenez: Best-Selling Author and Founder of Nadia Cakes

From building the wildly successful bakery mini-chain Nadia Cakes to becoming a best-selling romance author, Abby Jimenez is no stranger to a career pivot. Jimenez spent her early career in a variety of service and retail roles, but when she was suddenly let go from her job as a retail manager, she leaned into her love of baking. With a Michaels cake-decorating course under her belt, Jimenez soon began selling cakes and cupcakes out of her home kitchen, and since then, her bakery, Nadia Cakes, has opened three brick-and-mortar locations, was crowned the winner of Food Network’s Cupcake Wars, and has grown its menu to include over 200 cupcake flavors. After successfully growing Nadia Cakes, Jimenez began writing romance novels in her newly earned free time. With some encouragement from her family and constructive feedback from online critique groups, she turned yet another hobby into a full-on career and has since published five novels. Jimenez’s sixth novel, Just for the Summer, comes out on April 2. Preorder it today here: Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
18/03/2455m 1s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: The Story Behind Emma Stone's Oscars Dress, as Told by Her Stylist, Petra Flannery

And just like that, an eventful 2024 award season has come to a close. Today, we’re joined by super stylist Petra Flannery, whose roster of clients includes Emma Stone, Zoe Saldana, Reese Witherspoon, Claire Danes, and Emilia Clarke. Flannery is here to dish about the Oscars and give us the behind-the-scenes details on Emma Stone’s greatest red carpet looks, from the pale-yellow slip dress at the Poor Things premiere to the stunning mint-colored peplum dress she wore while accepting her second Oscar for Best Actress. And yes, we’re talking about that pesky zipper. This episode was brought to you by eBay.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
13/03/2423m 7s

Gail Simmons: Food Writer, Culinary Multi-Hyphenate, and Top Chef Judge

Gail Simmons is the ultimate culinary multi-hyphenate. Though she’s perhaps best known for her 21-season tenure as judge on the competition reality show Top Chef, which debuts its latest season on March 20, she’s also made a lasting impact on so many other areas of food media. Simmons has spent 15 years of her career leading teams at Food & Wine (including organizing the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen); has written numerous books; and has even launched her own production company, Bumble Pie Productions, which focuses on bringing women’s voices to the food landscape. But before Simmons was making a name for herself as a food expert, she spent her early career gaining industry knowledge by attending culinary school; working at the iconic restaurants Le Cirque 2000 and Vong; assisting Vogue food critic Jeffrey Steingarten; and running special events for Daniel Boulud’s legendary restaurant group.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
11/03/2458m 52s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Celebrity Hairstylist Mara Roszak on Crafting Emma Stone's Award-Season Looks and Getting Red Carpet–Level Hair at Home

With the Oscars only days away, celebrity hairstylist and Roz founder Mara Roszak is dropping all the details behind creating her gorgeous red carpet looks. Her client list includes stars like Olivia Wilde, Juno Temple, and Zoe Saldaña, but it's been an especially busy award season for her longtime client Emma Stone on the heels of her Oscar-nominated film Poor Things. Roszak is not only sharing the inspiration for Stone's hair looks this season, but she's also giving the full breakdown of how you can re-create her sleek Golden Globes lob and romantic BAFTA braid at home. Plus, if you've ever wondered how to achieve the elusive "wet look"—as seen on Roszak's clients Kristen Wiig and Natalie Portman—look no further. This episode was brought to you by eBay.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
06/03/2433m 31s

Sandra Oh Lin: Founder and CEO of KiwiCo

Sandra Oh Lin is the founder and CEO of KiwiCo, the company that’s helping millions of children develop creativity and problem-solving skills through art- and STEM-based activities. Remembering how much she loved participating in hands-on projects with her mom when she was a child, Lin sought to inspire that same sense of innovation and “creative confidence” in her own kids. Soon, other parents began asking about the activities she was creating for her children’s playdates, and she realized that she wasn’t the only parent wanting to provide fun, educational experiences for her kids. With her engineering and business degrees, alongside her experience at major companies like eBay, Procter & Gamble, and PayPal, Lin started KiwiCo out of her garage. Over the last decade, she has scaled the company to include more than 1500 products, sent out 50 million shipments of KiwiCo products, and developed partnerships with over 400 educational organizations.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
04/03/2455m 49s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Zac Posen on Designing Costumes for the Epic Black and White Ball Scene in Ryan Murphy's Feud: Capote vs. the Swans

Zac Posen is an internationally acclaimed fashion designer whose designs have been worn by Natalie Portman, Oprah Winfrey, former First Lady Michelle Obama, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Rihanna, among many others. Posen is known for his fine craftsmanship and glamorous gowns, and powerful women have historically sought him out to dress them for significant moments in their lives. Because of this, it only made sense that Ryan Murphy and Gus Van Sant called upon Posen while developing FX's Feud: Capote vs. the Swans to craft costumes for the reimagining of a real-life event: Truman Capote's 1966 Black and White Ball. He's giving us all the details about how he walked the line between historical accuracy and his signature stylistic flair to create showstopping looks for all of Feud's leading ladies. This episode was brought to you by eBay.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
28/02/2431m 41s

Dianna Cohen: Crown Affair Founder and CEO

Crown Affair is a haircare brand that empowers people to create ritual out of their hair routine. Launched in 2020 with four products (a towel, a brush, an oil, and a comb), Crown Affair has since grown to include a range of hair products and tools; has become one of the buzziest beauty brands on TikTok; and is now sold at retailers such as Goop and Sephora. But before Cohen founded Crown Affair, she spent her early career in marketing and partnerships and later consulted for some of the most influential direct-to-consumer companies of the time. Think Away luggage, Outdoor Voices, Harrys, Buck Mason, and more. But when a Google Doc detailing her other passion (aka her haircare routine) began circulating, Cohen realized it was time to take a pause on building other people’s companies and create one of her own.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
26/02/2457m 22s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: New York Fashion Week F/W 24 in Review

New York Fashion Week just wrapped, and Editor in Chief Kat Collings and fashion editor Jasmine Fox-Suliaman are here to give you the inside scoop on what the fall-winter 2024 collections had to offer. Tune in to hear which emerging designers to have on your radar, who's giving a sultry update to workwear, which types of interesting necklines we can expect to see everywhere this fall, and what it was like breathing the same air as Beyoncé at the Luar show. This episode was brought to you by eBay.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
21/02/2426m 13s

Maria Dueñas Jacobs: Super Smalls Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer

Super Smalls is a line of playful, gem-studded accessories inspired by and made for kids. After years as an accessories editor and director at fashion publications Glamour and Elle, as well as working on brand development at personal styling company Stitch Fix, Maria Dueñas Jacobs developed a deep knowledge of the accessories space. So when her daughter, who was five at the time, began playing with her beautiful (and expensive) jewelry, a lightbulb went off for Dueñas Jacobs. Soon, she began channeling both her inner child and her trained editorial eye to bring the luxury jewelry experience she knew and loved to a kid-safe jewelry line. Today, Super Smalls has made Oprah’s Favorite Things list three years in a row and expanded into a stunning range of jewelry, shoes, crafts, and more. Each item is made for play and is sure to bring joy to any kid (or “kidult,” as Dueñas Jacobs refers to herself in this episode) who wears it. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
19/02/2455m 55s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Amy Smilovic, Founder of Tibi, Gives a Style Master Class Through Her Lens of Creative Pragmatism

Amy Smilovic founded the women's luxury brand Tibi in 1997, and over the years, she's honed her distinctive brand identity and coined a phrase for her design philosophy: creative pragmatism. If you're a creative pragmatist like Smilovic, you find your style rooted in creative expression and utility, and you feel at home in an aesthetic that is at once chill, modern, and classic. Written from the point of view that style can indeed be learned, her book The Creative Pragmatist details all of her guiding principles, from how to style colors and prints in a way that feels modern to how to pick basics that aren't, well, basic. Smilovic has developed a highly analytical approach to making outfits look effortless, and she's breaking down her greatest and most useful style tips for us this week. This episode was brought to you by eBay.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
14/02/2439m 32s

Charlotte Cruze: Co-Founder of Alice Mushrooms

If you’ve dipped your toe into the world of functional, non-psychedelic mushrooms, you’ve likely seen Alice’s chic adaptogenic chocolates grace your social media feed or the shelves of your local boutique grocer—you have Charlotte Cruze to thank for that. In 2022, Cruze and her co-founder Lindsay Goodstein launched Alice with two products: Nightcap, a sleep aid, and Brainstorm, an energy booster. Today, the line has expanded to include an aphrodisiac chocolate called Happy Ending and a limited-edition lingerie collab with Fleur du Mal. But before she was creating mushroom chocolates, Cruze spent most of her career in media at companies such as Refinery29, InsideHook, and NBC. During that time, Cruze realized she loved the food industry, and in the early days of the pandemic, she enrolled in a food studies master’s program at NYU with the intention of pivoting her career. From there, she took on a role as the head of operations at meal-kit company Quinn and later led growth at Nutella-alternative brand TBH. While Cruze was still working at TBH, Goodstein, a former pharmaceutical salesperson, tapped her to help build Alice, and the rest is delicious, benefit-packed history.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
12/02/2457m 24s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Talking to Paige Adams-Geller of Paige and Celebrating 20 Years of the Perfect Fit

Twenty years ago, Paige Adams-Geller saw the need for a female voice in the male-dominated American denim industry—someone who deeply understood the female form and could help other women find their perfect fit. As a successful fit model for the top premium denim companies of the time, she knew she was the woman for the job, and Paige was born. Today, Hillary sits down with the founder to talk about the brand's history and many expansions into menswear, outerwear, shoes, accessories, and beyond. They also dive into why denim sizing is such a tricky science, what goes into developing new fabrics, and which Paige jeans are so comfortable you could sleep in them three nights in a row, something Adams-Geller tested herself.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
07/02/2441m 12s

Natalie Holloway: Co-Founder of Bala and Balacize

Natalie Holloway and her husband, Max, had their aha moment during a yoga class in Indonesia. As the class was more meditative than sweat-inducing, they wondered, Why isn’t anyone making chic wrist or ankle weights that could turn up the resistance on everyday exercises? They immediately began brainstorming their idea on a napkin, and after returning to the United States, the two created prototypes of what would eventually become the best-selling Bala Bangle. With the help of a Kickstarter campaign and a successful Shark Tank debut, Bala has grown to include a range of fitness equipment sold in retailers including Goop, Saks, and Target, as well as a digital fitness instruction platform called Balacize. But what led Natalie and Max to Indonesia in the first place? The two met while working at global advertising agency 72 and Sunny, where they thrived but ultimately felt burnt out. They decided to take a sabbatical to travel, and a year later, returned ready to use their branding expertise to give the ’80s-era fitness equipment a fashion-forward makeover.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
05/02/2445m 31s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Wes Gordon—Creative Director of Carolina Herrera—Talks Honoring Herrera's Legacy, Storytelling Through Design, and Disregarding Fashion Rules

This week, Editor in Chief Kat Collings chats with Wes Gordon, the creative director behind the legendary womenswear brand Carolina Herrera. Before taking the reins at the glamorous New York heritage brand in 2018, Gordon ran his own successful namesake line for eight years, establishing himself as a visionary with staying power. Today, he's sharing how graduating into a recession gave him the hard skills he'd need to one day run Carolina Herrera, why we should disregard the archaic fashion rules around how to wear color, and what kind of storytelling to expect from his upcoming fall/winter 2024 collection as New York Fashion Week approaches.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
31/01/2436m 21s

Gabriela Anastasio: Founder of Anastasio Home

At a young age, Gabriela Anastasio fell in love with stone while visiting the work sites of her father’s landscaping business. Throughout her childhood, she began to associate a new patio or an updated blue-stone trim around a pool with good fortune, and years later, in 2021, she launched her home accessories brand, Anastasio Home, with a single category: stone trays. The brand quickly gained popularity for its expanding offering of upcycled, luxury home accessories, produced by the company’s factory in India. That being said, Anastasio’s journey to building her business was anything but linear. After graduating with a degree in art, she spent over a decade in public relations, eventually working her way up to director of communications at the luxury watch brand, Tudor. Combining the skill set she gained from her early career with her art education and love of stone, Gabriela decided to bet on herself, and soon after, Anastasio Home was born.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
29/01/2454m 9s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: 2024 Award Season Fashion: Trends, Style Standouts, and Predictions

From Ayo Edebiri’s custom 3D-molded Louis Vuitton gown at the Emmys to Greta Lee’s Loewe menswear moment at the Critics Choice Awards, our favorite celebs continue to stun this award season. This week, Who What Wear Editor in Chief Kat Collings sits down with Erin Fitzpatrick, our associate director of fashion news and resident award show expert, who often serves as our eyes and ears live from the red carpets. They’re deep-diving on the style standouts we’ve seen thus far, predicting what fashion choices we can expect on upcoming carpets, and discussing why the most interesting looks sometimes show up at the smaller, less buzzy ceremonies. This episode was brought to you by eBay. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
24/01/2425m 58s

Yanghee Paik: Rael Co-Founder and CEO

Rael is a line of clean, high-performance feminine hygiene products, skincare, and supplements designed to help people with periods through every phase of their cycle. Back in 2017, Yanghee Paik and her fellow co-founders were shocked by the outdated offerings in the United States and set out to bring the advanced fem-tech innovations they grew up with in Korea to the U.S. market. They then launched Rael with organic cotton cover pads, which quickly became the best-selling pads on Amazon. Since then, Rael has raised $35 million in Series B fundraising, launched in major retailers such as Target and Walmart, and just this month, debuted a line of supplements. But Paik wasn’t always running a major startup company—she spent most of her early career working in entertainment, with hopes of popularizing Korean media in America. She steadily rose through the ranks to become an executive at Disney, where she focused on distribution strategy and sales. Though Paik’s career has evolved, her passion for bringing Korean culture to the United States—whether through entertainment media or holistic menstrual cycle care—continues to be her North Star.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
22/01/2458m 33s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Wendi and Nicole—the Sister Styling Duo Behind Jacob Elordi, Chris Pine, and Seth Rogen—on Encouraging Men to Take Fashion Risks

Sisters Wendi Ferreira and Nicole DeJulio teamed up as a styling duo in 2005 and have since raised the bar astronomically for men's fashion across Hollywood. While they've become experts in classic suiting and have often debated over as little as an eighth of an inch of material on Tom Cruise's pant legs, they've also helped clients hone and experiment with personal style beyond the gray, black, and navy suits that used to dominate red carpets. With Ferreira and DeJulio's styling expertise, clients like Jacob Elordi, Seth Rogen, and Chris Pine have leaned into their unique tastes and proven that men can—and should—have fun getting dressed too.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
17/01/2439m 31s

Morgan Zanotti: Co-Founder and President of Primal Kitchen

In 2015, Morgan Zanotti and her Primal Kitchen Co-Founder Mark Sissan set out to do something unheard of: replace the unhealthy condiments, sauces, and dressings that had come to dominate American grocery stores with equally delicious “cleaned up classics.” Built on a foundation of high-quality ingredients, the brand launched with an avocado oil mayonnaise and has since grown to over 70 products that can be found at over 16,000 retail locations. But before Zanotti was building one of the fastest-growing natural product companies and leading it through the acquisition of Kraft Heinz for $200 million, she was living a different life: She worked as an accountant, waited tables at a resort in Wisconsin, and surfed throughout South America. After returning to the United States, she was still unsure what a corporate career would look like for her, but as she says in this episode, sometimes it’s best to “just try something… without the pressure of this being the end-all-be-all.” With this mentality, she took a job at a branding and design agency and quickly learned she had a knack for marketing. Zanotti went on to become the Marketing Director at beverage company KeVita. It was there that she met Mark, whom she chatted with about building a company together. Soon after that, Primal Kitchen was born.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
15/01/2451m 32s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Molly Dickson on How a Small-Town Tomboy Became the Stylist Behind Hollywood It Girls Sydney Sweeney, Sadie Sink, and Katherine Langford

Celebrity stylist Molly Dickson may be a sporty tomboy at heart, but she’s lauded as the ultimate girls’ girl on the Hollywood styling scene. After assisting Leslie Fremar for seven years, Dickson began her independent styling career, working with Scarlett Johansson and dressing Katherine Langford right as Langford’s Netflix hit 13 Reasons Why took off. She’s also responsible for Sadie Sink’s glorious style evolution from teen to adult, Kelsea Ballerini’s magical mid-performance dress change at the 2023 VMAs, and, of course, Sydney Sweeney’s iconic Miu Miu micro-miniskirt moment at the 2022 MTV Movie & TV Awards. Today, she’s giving us the behind-the-scenes stories about all of these looks and many more.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
10/01/2436m 8s

Shan-Lyn Ma: Zola Co-Founder and Co-CEO

Shan-Lyn Ma, co-founder and co-CEO of wedding registry site Zola, was destined to be an entrepreneur. In fact, her childhood bedroom décor featured a poster of her idol, Jerry Yang, the co-founder of Yahoo. After graduating with her MBA from Stanford, Ma pursued her lifelong dream and took a role at Yahoo, first as an intern and later in product marketing. Two years later, she moved over to e-commerce company Gilt Groupe as its first Product Lead. It was during her time there that she founded and ran her own business unit, Gilt Taste, where she worked closely with future Zola Co-Founder Nobu Nakaguchi. Though Ma moved on to a role as Chief Product Officer at jewelry company Chloe + Isabel, she and Nobu were percolating on an idea for a business. During that time, Ma was also spending nearly every weekend at friends’ weddings and was repeatedly met with clunky registry sites. She and Nobu realized this area of wedding planning needed disrupting and they set out to do just that. Zola has now helped over 2 million couples plan their weddings and just recently expanded to include a baby registry service. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
08/01/2458m 17s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: The 2024 Beauty Reset

Welcome back! For the first episode of 2024, Editor in Chief Kat Collings and Beauty Director Erin Jahns are here to walk you through refreshing your beauty routine for the new year. While you’re creating your annual goals, why not also start setting healthy habits like tossing your expired makeup or giving your nails a much-needed break from heavy manicures? Erin’s also sharing how to find a skincare specialist that’s right for you, which ingredients and treatments are sure to dominate this year, what hairstyles we can expect to see in 2024, and why she’ll use makeup wipes until her dying day.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
03/01/2432m 27s

Elizabeth Saltzman: Celebrity Stylist

Elizabeth Saltzman is the woman behind the impeccable style of some of Hollywood's most talented ladies. Think Jodie Comer, Julia Garner, and Gwyneth Paltrow. However, Saltzman initially wanted to pursue architecture and became involved in the Downtown New York nightclub and art scenes. But, unable to avoid her fashion destiny for long, she took a retail job at the Madonna- and David Bowie–approved fashion destination Parachute. From there, she was recruited to work at Giorgio Armani, where she worked her way up from the stockroom to the public relations department. After a few years, she made yet another pivot into editorial work, quickly becoming a senior fashion editor at Vogue and then fashion director at Vanity Fair. After spending 20 years at some of the most iconic publications and labels in fashion, industry experts suggested she try applying her impressive fashion eye to styling—and her friend Gwyneth Paltrow just so happened to be looking for a stylist. The two teamed up to create stunning look after stunning look, and the rest is fashion history.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
01/01/2453m 4s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Will Kahn Talks Demystifying Fine Jewelry Through His Excellently Curated Instagram Account, @willsnotebook

Will Kahn is a stylist, editor, and overall jewelry expert whose résumé includes roles such as accessories director at Town & Country magazine and jewelry director at Moda Operandi. But of all his projects and accolades, our favorite is his Instagram account, @willsnotebook. What began with one post documenting Kahn's editorial process—namely, photographing pieces of fine jewelry placed on top of his personal notebook, surrounded by his notes—became a unique, approachable avenue of discovery for people who were curious about jewelry. In this episode, he shares how Lauren Conrad influenced his career path, why you should be shopping vintage jewelry, and what jewelry trends to expect in 2024.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
20/12/2335m 6s

Brit Marling: Writer, Director, Showrunner, and Actor

Before becoming an entertainment powerhouse, Brit Marling was headed toward the world of investment banking. But during a college internship at Goldman Sachs, her gut told her that finance wasn’t the field she should be in. With a desire to tell stories, she soon pivoted into independent filmmaking. In 2011, she made a major splash in the entertainment industry when her films Another Earth and Sound of My Voice premiered side by side at the Sundance Film Festival. Both films were nominated for Independent Spirit Awards and picked up for distribution by Fox Searchlight, and in the years following, Brit went on to create massive hits like The East and The OA. Now, she’s evolving her career yet again: In November, Marling made her television directorial debut on the FX murder mystery show Murder at the End of the World starring Emma Corrin. Catch the finale of the series tomorrow, December 19. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
18/12/231h 7m

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Cult Gaia Founder Jasmin Larian Hekmat on the Under the Sun Fashion Show, Disengaging From Trends, and her Bratz Doll Roots

Jasmin Larian Hekmat is the founder, designer, and CEO of fashion-girl favorite brand Cult Gaia. Hekmat started Cult Gaia as an accessories line, creating stunning pieces that doubled as objets d’art like the iconic Ark Bag. Eventually, she realized that in order to style the pieces the way she envisioned, she’d need to start designing clothes to go with them, thus the ready-to-wear and lifestyle brand was born. Hekmat's commitment to producing meaningful, artistic pieces has never wavered. Today, Who What Wear Editor in Chief Kat Collings sits down with the designer to talk about Cult Gaia’s Resort 2024 collection, which was recently shown at the brand’s first official fashion show in Los Angeles.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
13/12/2326m 2s

Monique Rodriguez: Mielle Organics Founder and CEO

Though Monique Rodriguez always had an interest in beauty, she initially started her career as a nurse. Monique spent eight years in the medical field, but after experiencing a tragic life event, she returned to her passion for beauty to help work through her grief. She began experimenting with hair product formulations in the kitchen, sharing her personal haircare journey and explaining the science behind the ingredients on social media. But when her followers urged her to bottle and sell the haircare mixtures she was creating, Rodriguez realized that her side project had big potential. In 2014, she launched Mielle with one product, a mint almond hair oil, and since then, Mielle has grown to include 10 collections, arrived on shelves in over 100,000 stores, and in 2023, was acquired by Procter & Gamble, marking the largest exit ever for a Black female beauty founder. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
11/12/2352m 57s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: The 2023 Low-Cost, High-Joy Gift Guide

This week, Who What Wear Editor in Chief Kat Collings, editor Eliza Huber, and associate editor Yusra Siddiqui are here to walk you through the second annual Low-Cost, High-Joy Gift Guide. After spending weeks curating a list of 53 unique, delightful items that won't break the bank this holiday season, our editors have unlocked the golden rules of gifting in 2023: 1) Socks are actually a great gift when they're from Sandy Liang. 2) When in doubt, gift something that was made in France. 3) If you're not pausing The Real Housewives of New York City during scenes in Jenna Lyons's home, you're missing out on crucial gifting inspiration.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
06/12/2334m 22s

Alice Bell: Astrologer, Author, and British Vogue Contributor

After graduating with her master's degree in fashion journalism and racking up industry internships at publications like British Vogue and Women’s Wear Daily, Alice Bell set out to become a fashion editor. She landed a coveted role as a fashion assistant at U.S. Vogue, and while working there, started spending her free time dissecting her love life through the lens of astrology. While her interest in editorial work waned, she quickly became the unofficial office astrologer for Vogue employees, and wanting to share her knowledge with a larger community, she began offering readings for free on her social media. Soon, Bell realized that astrology was her calling and quit her job to pursue it full-time. Flash forward to today, and Alice is a full-time astrologer, author of Trust Your Timing, podcast host, and, in a full-circle moment, the resident astrologer at British Vogue.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
04/12/2354m 57s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Who What Wear Beauty: The Holiday Party Makeup Guide

This week, Who What Wear Beauty Director Erin Jahns is back just in time to prepare us for December’s many celebratory events. The holiday season is the perfect time to experiment with new beauty looks, and whether you’re a beauty pro looking to re-create the year’s biggest runway trends or a makeup novice trying to elevate your look in one simple step, Erin’s got you covered. Plus, she’s recommending which brands to shop for the most festive products and sharing tips for ensuring your makeup lasts all night long. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
29/11/2333m 14s

Lindsay Holden: Co-Founder of Odele

In 2020, Lindsay Holden, alongside her Co-Founders Britta Chatterjee and Shannon Kearney, set out to disrupt the haircare space with the launch of their clean, inclusive, and salon-grade haircare brand, Odele. Derived from the Norwegian phrase for “to share,” Odele can be used by anyone who shares a shower, regardless of age or gender. Despite launching amid a global pandemic, the company reached profitability in the first six months of business, and today, the line is on shelves at CVS, Ulta, and Target. But before getting Odele on major retailer shelves, Lindsay worked on the other side: she spent eight years working at Target in various buyer and merchandising manager roles within the domestics and home department, learning what makes a great product. Even before that, she spent her early career as an account manager, first at the mattress company Serta, and later, at image-licensing business Corbis. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
27/11/2351m 16s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Laura Brown on Inviting People In, Helping Out, and Collaborating With Sézane on the French Enough Collection

Laura Brown is a journalist, a former editor in chief of InStyle, the founder of LB Media, and the BFF everyone wishes they had. After losing her EIC position due to InStyle’s print shutdown in 2022, Brown was suddenly free to do whatever she wanted—namely bridging the gap between her fashion world and various community-building programs. Among her other initiatives to “meddle for good,” Brown recently became chair of (RED)’s Creative Council, where she rallies her friends in fashion and Hollywood to join the fight against AIDS. Plus, she launched a collaboration with the dreamy French brand Sézane unofficially called French Enough, an ode to the French-girl aesthetic with a hint of LB’s trademark mischief.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
22/11/2324m 28s

Gara Post: The Now Massage Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer

Back in 2015, Gara and her team at Post Investment Group recognized the lack of affordable yet elevated massage experiences—and The Now was born. With chic design and exceptional massages at the forefront of their business, they opened the first boutique as a calming oasis within Los Angeles, and over the last eight years, The Now has grown to over 50 locations, launched a line of wellness products, and introduced a membership model. But Gara’s not stopping there: in 2022, using her learnings from The Now, she created Bowie Barker, a full-service pet grooming and self-wash business. But before she was growing two businesses simultaneously, she applied her keen eye for design and sharp attention to detail to making jewelry. What started as a creative outlet during her years spent as an entertainment industry assistant quickly became her buzzy, celeb-favorite line, Gara Danielle. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
20/11/2353m 6s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: The 2023 Luxury Report: The Brands, It Items, and Trends

This week, Hillary sat down with Kristen Nichols, Who What Wear's associate director of special projects. Kristen put together this year's Luxury Report, which details the brands and celebrities influencing designer shopping, the most coveted high-end items of 2023, and, of course, the ins and outs of the quiet-luxury trend. Plus, Kristen shares how to source sold-out items like the Alaïa fishnet flats, and Hillary explains her theory on why all fashion leads back to the Olsen twins.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
15/11/2329m 28s

Heidi Caillier: Interior Designer and Author

Though Heidi is a highly sought-after interior designer now, she didn’t predict she’d end up in the design world. After graduating with a masters in international public health, she spent her early career working at a medical clinic in the Gambia. But when she returned to the U.S. to continue working, she was disappointed by how administrative many of the stateside roles were and began a quest to find a new career. She tried a variety of career paths including bartending, acupuncture school, and teaching scuba, but she still couldn't find anything that felt right to her. That is, until she began blogging about design. Through her blog, Heidi landed her first job at a design firm, and eventually, she set out to create a firm of her own. Today, her firm works on projects across the country, and just this September, Heidi debuted a book called Memories of Home, which details 12 of her incredible projects. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
13/11/2350m 57s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Mara Hoffman on the Evolution of Her Brand and Using Discomfort as a Catalyst for Change

Mara Hoffman began her eponymous brand in 2000 by designing and selling one-of-a-kind, handmade garments out of her New York apartment. Twenty-three years later, she's still known for making gorgeous statement pieces with bold colors and prints, but she continues to evolve her approach toward sustainable design and manufacturing. Hoffman recently partnered with textile-to-textile recycling company Circ to release a groundbreaking dress made from 50% recycled textile waste, and she is this year's CFDA Environmental Sustainability Award honoree. This week, Editor in Chief Kat Collings sat down with Hoffman to discuss designing from a place of honesty, the "change or die" mentality, and where they hope fashion is headed.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
08/11/2333m 36s

Vicky Tsai: Tatcha Founder

Vicky Tsai founded her skincare company, Tatcha, with the goal of helping heal people’s skin and soul. But while Vicky’s a major player in the beauty space now, it took years of trial and error to find work that matched her values. She first began her career on Wall Street as a derivatives trader at Merrill Lynch in New York City, but after witnessing 9/11 firsthand, she left her job to attend Harvard Business School for a fresh start. She interned at SK-II, then took a job at Starbucks in China, and later joined a tech startup focused on sustainability. Even with a successful career, Vicky still struggled to find her purpose, while simultaneously dealing with acute dermatitis on her skin. Then, 10 years into her corporate position, she decided to choose her own happiness. With no plan and a mountain of debt, she quit her job and began traveling. While visiting Kyoto, she learned about the beauty practices of geisha, and soon afterward, her skin was healed. She knew she had to find a way to bring her learnings to the masses, and with the help of geisha and cultural advisors, Tatcha was born.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
06/11/231h 14m

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Priscilla Costume Designer Stacey Battat on Re-Creating Iconic Looks and Channeling ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s Fashion

Stacey Battat is a costume designer and longtime collaborator of director Sofia Coppola, known for her work on films like The Bling Ring and The Beguiled. But most recently, Battat took on the huge undertaking of crafting the looks for A24’s newly released biographical drama, Priscilla. Based on Priscilla Presley’s 1985 memoir, Elvis and Me, Coppola’s Priscilla, which stars Cailee Spaeny and Jacob Elordi, depicts the couple's epic yet tumultuous relationship, this time from Priscilla’s perspective. From the late ’50s to the early ’70s, Battat had a ton of ground—and fashion eras—to cover when it came to costume design. She’s here to talk about how wardrobe choices impact character development, what type of research is involved in telling true stories, and why having a solid team is of the utmost importance.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
01/11/2334m 53s

Sohla El-Waylly: Chef, On-Camera Personality, and Cookbook Author

Growing up, Sohla El-Waylly always had a passion for cooking, but it wasn’t until after she graduated college with an economics degree that she made the leap to attend culinary school. In the years following, she worked in fine-dining restaurants, even opening and running her own high-end diner for a year, before pivoting to food media and landing jobs at major food publications such as Serious Eats, Bon Appétit, and The New York Times. Along the way, she began showcasing her cooking skills on camera, and most recently, she served as a judge alongside Dan Levy on the HBO competition cooking show The Big Brunch. And now she’s embarking on yet another new venture with her first cookbook, Start Here, which hits shelves October 31. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
30/10/2352m 59s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Welcoming Marie Claire's New Editor in Chief, Nikki Ogunnaike!

This week, Hillary hands the mic to Who What Wear Editor in Chief Kat Collings for a special episode welcoming Nikki Ogunnaike to her new position as editor in chief at Marie Claire, Who What Wear’s sister brand! Nikki has big plans for the iconic publication, which she hopes to make feel like "a group chat of your most ambitious friends." The two EICs discuss growing up with Marie Claire, high-impact, low-lift personal style, and the accuracy of the Miranda Priestly depiction of an editor in chief.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
25/10/2327m 24s

Emily Schuman: Founder of Cupcakes and Cashmere and Lavune

Emily Schuman had the initial idea for a food and fashion blog called Cupcakes and Cashmere back in 2008, and today, the company has grown into a full-fledged media and e-commerce business. In addition to running the Cupcakes and Cashmere company, engaging with the 570,000+ followers on her personal instagram and designing and restocking the bestselling jewelry on her online shop, Emily recently embarked on a new endeavor: candles. In December 2022, Emily debuted Lavune, initially launching with holiday candles like Evergreen and Ember, which have returned for this fall season alongside the line’s core collection. Before she was running her own businesses, Emily spent her early career working in media advertising, first at Condé Nast and later at AOL. But while she was gaining valuable knowledge about publishing and the digital landscape, her free time was consumed by writing about the things she loved.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
23/10/2356m 12s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Comedian and Writer Ziwe on Her Insightful, Hilarious New Book, Black Friend: Essays

Ziwe is a comedian and writer perhaps best known for her provocative Instagram Live and Youtube interview series, Baited, or her Showtime variety sketch show, Ziwe. Both shows highlighted her talent for getting to the heart of the most divisive American issues, while still managing to produce hilarity. Today, she’s here to discuss her most personal project yet: Black Friend: Essays. Ziwe talks about how her comedy background helped lay the foundation for the book’s content and structure, the reason the essays are heavily footnoted, and why becoming a good artist means being very bad at your craft for a long time. SPANX TERMS & CONDITIONSOffer valid only toward SPANX brand styles on . Promotion code must be applied at checkout to redeem discount. Offer expires December 31st, 2023 at 11:59PM ET. Offer not valid at other retail outlets. No adjustments on previous purchases. Offer is void where taxed, restricted or prohibited by law. Offer is non-transferable, not redeemable for cash and subject to change without notice. Offer cannot be combined with other offers or discounts. Purchase limits per household may apply. This offer is made by Spanx, Inc.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
18/10/2335m 55s

Eliza Blank: The Sill Founder and CEO

As CEO and founder of The Sill, Eliza Blank is the ultimate plant person. Inspired by her mother’s love of gardening and her own struggle to find plants for her tiny NYC apartment, she started The Sill as a direct-to-consumer houseplant company, bringing the benefits of plants to indoor environments. Though Blank had the initial idea for The Sill back in college, she didn’t yet have the tools to execute it. So when she graduated, she actually began her career as a brand strategist at global brand agency Wolff Olins before moving to haircare brand Living Proof as a brand manager. But the whole time, she kept the houseplant business in the back of her mind, and in 2012, she made the leap. She left her job, created a Kickstarter that raised $12K, and The Sill was born. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
16/10/2354m 12s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Mario Dedivanovic Spent Two Decades Dreaming Up Makeup by Mario, and It Shows

Mario Dedivanovic is a beauty tastemaker of the highest order. His makeup career began over 20 years ago when he first stepped foot into a Sephora. Since then, he’s created viral looks for celebrities such as Kim Kardashian and shared his knowledge and methods with thousands of makeup artists in live MasterClasses. Finally, in 2020, he created his namesake brand, Makeup by Mario. This week, he’s talking through entering his soft era, developing products with intention, and how you should actually be applying your concealer.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
11/10/2334m 53s

Ría Safford: CEO and Founder of RíOrganize

Ría Safford, the founder and CEO of RíOrganize, is a home-organization expert. RíOrganize was founded in 2016 as a luxury home-organization solution to help make homes more functional. But after a few years spent building her clientele, Safford got a call to organize celebrity hairstylist and Ouai founder Jen Atkin’s beauty closet, and the project went viral on social media. Today, RíOrganize boasts celebrity clientele including Paris Hilton and Chrissy Teigen, and has expanded to include services in relocation and curation. Safford has also recently shared her immense knowledge in her new book, The Organized Home for New Parents. But Safford wasn’t always helming a home-organization business—in fact, she considers herself a naturally messy person. Before RíOrganize, Safford worked in real estate, but after becoming beyond burnt out, she left her job and embarked on a new path to build something of her own. The Organized Home for New Parents is Out Now: Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
09/10/2354m 15s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Glossy Author Marisa Meltzer Talks Lifting the Veil on Beauty Giant Glossier

Marisa Meltzer has been a journalistic staple in fashion and beauty for over a decade, writing for publications such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Vogue, and Vanity Fair. She’s also written four books—This Is Big, How Sassy Changed My Life, Girl Power, and Glossy, which is the latest to hit newsstands. Glossy is an intimate profile of Emily Weiss and the beauty company she founded that seemed to define an entire era, Glossier. Meltzer is here to give us the inside story on the inside story.Buy the book here: Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
04/10/2332m 42s

Geri Halliwell-Horner: Author, Singer-Songwriter, and Former Spice Girl

At just 22 years old, Geri Halliwell-Horner shot to fame as Ginger Spice in the iconic and record-breaking girl group the Spice Girls. They went on to sell over 85 million records worldwide, cementing their status as one of the all-time greats. In 1998, Halliwell-Horner decided to leave the group, jumping into her solo music career. Along the way, Halliwell-Horner realized her passion for storytelling could translate to pursuits outside of songwriting, and she embarked on a new journey as a book author. After the success of her best-selling autobiography, If Only, Halliwell-Horner went on to pen the fictional children’s series Ugenia Lavender, which sold more than 250,000 copies in its first five months. And this October 3, her newest book, an adventure novel called Rosie Frost and the Falcon Queen, will debut. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
02/10/2341m 30s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Jenna Lyons on LoveSeen, Interior Design, and the New Era of The Real Housewives

Jenna Lyons has been a household name in fashion since her 27-year tenure at J.Crew, and while she’s still as busy as ever, she’s found new freedom since stepping out on her own. She’s here to talk about what’s new with LoveSeen, how she’s expanded her interior design offerings with The Expert, and, of course, all things RHONY reboot. Lyons gets candid about how and why she really said yes to Bravo and which Real Housewife she’d love to style most.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
27/09/2328m 27s

Kavi Ahuja Moltz: D.S. & Durga Creative Director and CEO

In 2007, Kavi Ahuja Moltz and her now husband David launched D.S. & Durga out of their apartment in Brooklyn, New York. Today, the brand’s beautiful perfumes, candles, and bodycare products can be found in their three (soon to be four!) brick-and-mortar stores as well as in retailers like Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus, and direct-to-consumer. While David is the nose of the brand, crafting signature fragrances like Debaser, I Don’t Know What, and Rose Altantic, Kavi leads all design aspects as creative director and CEO. But it’s no surprise that Kavi has an incredible eye for design. In fact, she spent the early part of her career studying and working in architecture, and though she eventually realized the field wasn’t for her, she continues to use the skills she learned in her first career daily at D.S. & Durga.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
25/09/2346m 44s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: New York Fashion Week S/S 24 Recap: The Runway Trends, Street Style, and Biggest Moments

This week, Hillary passes the mic to Who What Wear Editor in Chief Kat Collings and fashion editor Eliza Huber for a special New York Fashion Week recap. They’re breaking down everything they witnessed, from what’s happening in street style to the buzziest runway trends of the season—including one controversial pant style you thought was gone forever: capris.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
20/09/2324m 27s

Amina Porter: CEO of PS

Amina Porter is the CEO of PS, a private, luxury airport terminal for commercial flights. The service offers commercial passengers an elevated travel experience that allows them to bypass the stress of the normal airport terminal. But before Amina was trailblazing in the aviation and travel space, she was making moves across finance, real estate, hospitality, and even had a side gig in e-commerce. Then, in 2018, she experienced a personal tragedy that made her rethink everything and ultimately led her to embark on her second life in more ways than one.  See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
18/09/2352m 2s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: BTS of Our Kaia Gerber Cover Shoot With Stylist and Editorial Director Lauren Eggertsen

This week, Who What Wear Editorial Director Lauren Eggertsen is taking us behind the scenes of how she styled our September cover shoot with Kaia Gerber. She’s walking us through the months-long process of putting together a shoot and sharing details on everything from how she and the team landed on the cheeky back-to-school theme to the last-minute outfit adjustments that took a look to the next level.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
13/09/2333m 43s

Babba C Rivera: Ceremonia Founder and CEO

Babba C Rivera is the founder and CEO of Ceremonia, a line of clean haircare products rooted in Latinx heritage. In 2020, she launched the brand with a single product—a scalp oil inspired by personal childhood rituals and her father’s early career as a hairdresser in Chile. In the three years since, Ceremonia has grown its product line, opened a brick-and-mortar store in New York, and launched in over 500 Sephora locations, becoming the first Latinx-founded haircare brand sold at the retailer. Rivera also recently raised $10 million in a Series A, making her one of only 58 Latinas to raise over $1 million in VC funding. But before Rivera was building a haircare empire, she was leading marketing teams at companies like Uber and Away, and even operated her own brand marketing company called ByBabba.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
11/09/2357m 27s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Celebrating 15 Years of Clare V. With Clare Vivier

Now known for her identifiable aesthetic—a colorful blend of French and L.A. influence—Clare Vivier began her handbag and accessories brand, Clare V., by hand-sewing laptop bags out of her home in 2008. Today, we’re reflecting on 15 years of the beloved brand and celebrating Clare’s upcoming book, La Vie de Clare V.: Paris Chic/L.A. Cool, which launches on September 12.Preorder now: Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
06/09/2330m 5s

Kaelen Haworth: Fashion Designer and Creator of Absolutely Fabrics

Kaelen Haworth has carved a unique path for herself in the fashion world, gaining institutional knowledge and refining her point of view every step of the way. After graduating from Parsons, Haworth set out to create her eponymous fashion line Kaelen, which was accepted into the CFDA Fashion Incubator and then sold by retailers such as Intermix and Shopbop. Taking her learnings from that experience, she then launched a second line, the direct-to-consumer and size-inclusive brand Second Sight. But after realizing that her favorite part of the job was curation, Haworth pivoted in 2020 from designing to editorial and celebrity styling. Now, she’s embarking on yet another journey within the industry: This September, Haworth is opening a retail destination in Toronto called Absolutely Fabrics, a concept store that will stock both designer and vintage pieces, serve as a studio space, and host programming like trunk shows, shoots, and product-launch events. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
04/09/2354m 56s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Wardrobe Stylist Allison Bornstein Returns to Discuss Her New Book on Personal Style, Wear It Well

She’s back! Earlier this year, wardrobe stylist Allison Bornstein joined us to chat through her internet-famous styling and closet organization tips. Now she’s here to share how she transformed those viral hacks (and much more) into her thoughtful, optimistic, confidence-boosting guide to personal style, Wear It Well: Reclaim Your Closet and Rediscover the Joy of Getting Dressed. Preorder now: Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
30/08/2328m 40s

Allison Statter and Sherry Jhawar: Co-Founders of Blended Strategy Group and Nez

Allison Statter and Sherry Jhawar founded Blended Strategy Group in 2015 as a celebrity and influencer marketing agency, and since then, the company has evolved to include services in integrated marketing, PR, social media, and more. They continue to build brands at Blended, but just last year, they also set out to create their own: a line of aluminum-free deodorant called Nez. But before Statter and Jhawar were teaming up to disrupt multiple industries, their careers looked a bit different. After graduating from Harvard Business School, Jhawar went on to be a founding member and the head of global marketing at the lip balm company EOS. Meanwhile, Statter was working at Azoff Music Management, managing artists such as Jennifer Hudson, Jewel, and Mariah Carey. While working together to book celebrity talent for EOS, the two realized they could create magic if they joined forces.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
28/08/231h 3m

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Shopping, Styling, and Investing in Denim With Net-a-Porter Market Director Libby Page

If you're a fan of Net-a-Porter's carefully curated collections, you can thank the trend research, buying expertise, and great taste of Market Director Libby Page. In this episode, Libby joins Hillary to talk about all things denim. She's sharing the season's biggest denim trends as well as her take on the timeless denim staples that will never go out of style. Plus, she's dropping her shopping tips and favorite denim brands to buy. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
23/08/2334m 25s

Padma Lakshmi: Television Host, Author, Food Expert, and Producer

There’s no question that Padma Lakshmi has had a multifaceted career. After working as a model in Europe—walking in runways for designers like Gianni Versace and shooting with photographers like Helmut Newton—she went on to rack up a multitude of acting and hosting credits. Throughout her life and travels, she kept coming back to her love of food. In 2006, she stepped into the role of host on Top Chef, and in her 19 seasons on the competition show, she received four Emmy nominations for Outstanding Host and became an executive producer. But earlier this year, Lakshmi announced her exit from the show and her plan to embark on a new path. Today, she’s focusing on her documentary series, Taste the Nation, where she travels to immigrant communities across the United States to learn about their food. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
21/08/2358m 10s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Celebrity Interior Designer Jake Arnold on Centering Comfort and Democratizing Design

Jake Arnold is a celebrated AD100 interior designer known for his work with clients such as John Legend and Chrissy Teigen, Katy Perry, and Zendaya. His design philosophy—centering livability and comfort rather than striving for a specific aesthetic—is the throughline in all of his work, from running his Los Angeles studio to authoring his upcoming book, Redefining Comfort. In this episode, he dishes on how he got here without any formal training, plus the cost-friendly ways to make a space feel luxurious.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
16/08/2336m 57s

Natasha Case: Lunch Bunch and Coolhaus Founder

In 2018, Natasha Case joined us on Second Life to talk about her pivot from architecture to ice cream, and now, the serial food entrepreneur is back to discuss her latest venture, Lunch Bunch. After stepping down from her day-to-day role at Coolhaus, Case was inspired to solve a different food problem: Where are the nutritious, convenient meal-kit options for the pickiest of eaters—kids? Lunch Bunch started as a meal subscription service but has evolved into a school partnership and enrichment program to provide lunches and teach kids about food, nutrition, and cooking. On this episode, hear how Case continues to navigate pivot after pivot. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
14/08/2344m 54s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Who What Wear Beauty: Summertime Self-Care

This week, Who What Wear Beauty Director Erin Jahns is teaching us how to protect and nourish ourselves during the sun-filled summer months. Should you switch out your moisturizer for the season? Is it safe to keep using retinol? What if chlorine has already damaged your hair? Erin's here to guide us through the expert-approved practices, products, and treatments that our future selves will thank us for using.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
09/08/2331m 34s

Violette Serrat: Makeup Artist and Founder and CEO of Violette_FR

At just 19 years old, Violette Serrat shifted her career ambitions from fashion design and painting to makeup artistry. She began reaching out to photographers and models and producing shoots for free so she could practice her art and build a portfolio. Eventually, her work was recognized by Vogue France, and just a year later, she signed on as makeup director at Dior. Over the next decade, she took on roles at beauty companies such as Sephora, Estée Lauder, and Guerlain. Along the way, she developed her own aesthetic and technique, which she began to share on her popular YouTube channel. In 2021, she made the pivot to build her own company and launched Violette_FR, a beauty brand that encourages people to embrace their natural beauty while also being creative and having fun.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
07/08/2353m 58s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Barbie Lead Hair and Makeup Artist Ivana Primorac Brings Us Behind the Scenes

This week, Barbie's lead hair and makeup artist, Ivana Primorac, is taking us through her process for developing the many looks in Greta Gerwig's film. She's speaking about everything from landing on the perfect shades of blonde for Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling to how she was able to draw on Mattel's archive for inspiration. Plus, she shares what went into the creation of Weird Barbie.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
02/08/2328m 5s

Amanda E/J Morrison: Co-Founder and President of Julie

As co-founder and president of the FDA-approved emergency-contraception brand Julie, Amanda E/J Morrison is working to improve the women’s health landscape. The company’s friendly and relatable social media–forward approach brings scientifically backed education and products to the next generation. Prior to founding Julie, Morrison spent five years as COO and co-founder of Mented Cosmetics, an inclusive makeup brand that puts women of color at the forefront of the beauty industry, and before making her foray into entrepreneurship, she worked at Goldman Sachs and Time Inc and attended Harvard Business School. Morrison has pivoted her career time and again, but the one thing that's remained constant is her desire to solve problems and enact change.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Daphne Guinness on her Music-Making Process and the Joy of Lifelong Learning

Daphne Guinness is many things—a fashion icon, a model, a muse, an heiress, a designer—but today, she’s here to discuss a lifelong passion that she began to seriously pursue a decade ago after an already remarkable career: music. Over the past 10 years, Guinness has written and recorded four albums, the latest of which will be released this November. She’s walking us through how she stumbled into writing music almost accidentally, why she’s always chosen to create art independently, and how the joy of learning new things has shaped her life. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
26/07/2327m 20s

Camille Charrière: Influencer, Content Creator, and Writer

Camille Charrière is widely known as one of the original fashion influencers. Today, in addition to sharing her life and style with her 1.4 million Instagram followers, she’s a contributing editor for Elle UK and has written for publications such as Harper’s Bazaar and British Vogue. But before Charrière was a leader in fashion media, her early career looked quite different. After graduating from one of the top bilingual law programs in Paris, Charrière took a job at a hedge fund in London but quickly realized she was craving a more creative outlet. While on holiday, Charrière became inspired while scrolling through an early fashion blog, and within the hour, her own blog was up and running. With her digital presence, she was able to land jobs at fashion retailers such as Net-a-Porter and Matches. Eventually, she left these jobs to pursue her career as a blogger and influencer full-time.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
24/07/2347m 3s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Who What Wear Weddings

This week, Associate Director of Special Projects Kristen Nichols and editor Eliza Huber are walking us through the ultimate wedding mood board: Who What Wear Weddings. They've spoken to experts across the wedding, travel, food, and fashion spaces to find out how brides, bridesmaids, and wedding guests alike are putting unique spins on wedding style. No matter your taste—city hall elopement or destination wedding—there's something here for you.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
19/07/2344m 25s

Morgan DeBaun: Blavity CEO and Founder

There’s no question that Morgan DeBaun is an absolute force in the business world. Frustrated by the lack of media geared toward Black millennials, DeBaun, who was just 24 years old at the time, left her job at Intuit and set out to build a media company where she would be part of the target demographic. Alongside her co-founders, DeBaun has grown Blavity into a full-on media and tech empire, and today, her portfolio of brands reaches 250 million readers each month. In building Blavity, DeBaun raised $12 million from top venture capital firms, making her a part of the only 2% of women who receive venture funding in Silicon Valley. DeBaun also runs AfroTech, a networking conference and talent-acquisition solution that hosted 25k attendees last year. When DeBaun isn’t working on her own business, she’s consulting for massive global companies such as Pepsi and American Airlines. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
17/07/2355m 4s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Candice Swanepoel: From Supermodel to Founder of Tropic of C

Candice Swanepoel has worked in the fashion world for 20 years, but she recently made the leap from supermodel to business owner with the launch of her sustainable swim brand, Tropic of C. She’s here to give us the details about her brand launch, how modeling taught her about creative direction, and the swim staples everyone should have in their closet.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
12/07/2333m 31s

Sheena Zadeh-Daly: Founder of Kosas Cosmetics

Sheena Zadeh-Daly’s buzzy clean makeup brand, Kosas Cosmetics, has gone viral time and again, and if you’re one of the millions of people who have purchased the brand’s best seller—the Revealer Concealer—or any of its other innovative products, you know why. Today, Kosas products are sold in retailers such as Sephora nationwide and are beloved for their comfortable, weightless feel. Not to mention, they’re clinically proven to make your skin better. But before Zadeh-Daly was creating one of the fastest-growing prestige makeup brands in the U.S., her career looked quite different. After studying biological sciences and working as a microbiologist in a lab—experiences that have certainly helped in the development of Kosas—Zadeh-Daly went on to work in the art world. It was actually there, in a portrait painting class, where she began to think about color not just as paint but also as potential lipstick shades for a makeup brand she’d been secretly dreaming up for years. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
10/07/2353m 26s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Gabrielle Union on Sharing Knowledge and Gaining the World

Gabrielle Union has been a beloved actress since the '90s, but she's also a social justice activist, a co-founder, a best-selling author, and now an executive producer on projects such as her new BET docuseries My Journey to 50 and her recently released film The Perfect Find. In this episode, editor Jasmine Fox-Suliaman sits down with our July cover star to get the scoop on her recent productions. Gabrielle's also talking about redefining success for herself after years in the spotlight and the joy of building community within a tough industry.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
05/07/2340m 17s

Vivian Tu: Founder and CEO of Your Rich BFF Media

Vivian Tu aka Your Rich BFF is on a mission to help people better understand personal finance. She educates her over 6 million social media followers on important topics like investing, navigating loans, and negotiating higher salaries. With her new podcast Networth and Chill along with her upcoming book, Rich AF: The Winning Money Mindset That Will Change Your Life, she’s giving people even more tools to make informed financial decisions. Given her immense knowledge in the field, it’s no surprise that Tu actually started her career as an equities trader at J.P. Morgan, where she spent over two years covering industrials, materials, and energy stocks. But when a new manager created a toxic work environment, she decided to leave Wall Street behind and took a job in digital media strategy sales at Buzzfeed. Hearing that she came from the financial industry, her Buzzfeed co-workers began to ask her questions about their Roth IRAs and health insurance. In an effort to consolidate all her advice, she took to TikTok, and Your Rich BFF was born. Tu is extremely candid about her own financial journey and the steps anyone can take to build wealth.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
03/07/2355m 28s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Who What Wear Travels: The Aeolian Islands

This week, fashion editor Anna LaPlaca is bringing us inside Who What Wear's summer travel guide to the Aeolian Islands. She's tapped a variety of experts to find the best hotels, the can't-miss restaurants, and the beaches with the most jaw-dropping views. Plus, she dishes on all the must-pack trends for the summer. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
28/06/2328m 14s

Courtney Storer: Chef and The Bear Culinary Producer

The Bear is often praised for how accurately it portrays restaurant culture, and for that, you have Courtney Storer to thank. Storer spent years working in the kitchens of famed spots like Verjus and Animal and eventually became the culinary director for the Los Angeles restaurants Jon & Vinny’s, where she spent six years growing the business into the iconic institution it is today. So when Storer’s brother Christopher decided to create a show set in a restaurant, he knew just who to call. As a culinary producer on the show, Storer stepped in to advise on everything from chopping technique to the terminology used to communicate in the kitchen. But before Storer was leading culinary teams in a variety of environments, she actually began her career working in HR at UPS and Whole Foods. To hear how Storer has pivoted her career time and again, tune in to this week’s episode. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
26/06/2358m 4s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Liat Baruch Talks Styling Tips, Working With Sofia Richie, and the Investment Pieces That Are Actually Worth It

Liat Baruch is a celebrity stylist and personal shopper. Widely known for her work with the Richie family, Baruch was one of the genius minds behind the viral looks for Sofia Richie's recent France wedding that set the internet ablaze. She's here to talk about creating those next-level looks and give us her best advice on honing our personal style, the pieces worth investing in, and how to shop like a professional.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
21/06/2329m 31s

Emira D'Spain: Content Creator and Model

Perhaps best known for her makeup-focused “get ready with me” TikTok videos, which have received over 85 million views from her 1.2 million followers, Emira D’Spain creates viral content about beauty trends and tips as well as her life in New York. She recently became the first Black, trans model to work with Victoria’s Secret and has appeared on covers for Galore and Tmrw magazines. But before she was modeling and making her own beauty content, Emira was actually working at Paper Magazine—first as an intern until she worked all the way up to becoming the publication’s beauty director. It was there D’Spain launched a Snapchat show called Snatchural, which helped her find her voice as a creator and ultimately take the leap to strike out on her own.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
19/06/2351m 52s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Charlotte Palermino on Creating Dieux Skin and How to Layer Products Like a Pro

Charlotte Palermino is the CEO and co-founder of the skincare company Dieux Skin. If you’ve been on Instagram in the past few years, chances are you’ve seen Dieux Skin’s Forever Eye Masks or best-selling Deliverance serum grace your timeline. With an emphasis on sustainable packaging, result-driven formulas, and ingredients backed by clinical studies, Dieux Skin has gone absolutely viral. Today, Palermino talks about everything from just how to apply her maximalist product routine to the only things you actually need, plus the research behind cannabinoids in skincare.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
14/06/2337m 33s

Pam Weekes and Connie McDonald: Levain Bakery Co-Founders

Levain Bakery founders Pam Weekes and Connie McDonald met at a Manhattan swimming pool while training for a triathlon. Not long after, they set out to create a bakery together. What started as an artisan bread shop quickly gained traction for its Chocolate Chip Walnut Cookies, referred to by The New York Times as “the largest, most divine chocolate chip cookies in Manhattan” in 1997. Today, Levain has 11 locations, with a 12th storefront coming to Los Angeles this summer. Prior to it all, though, Weekes spent her early career in fashion working for greats such as Norma Kamali and Adrienne Vittadini, and McDonald worked in the finance industry for eight years. To hear how the two pivoted their careers to create a highly successful cookie company, tune in to this week’s episode.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
12/06/2353m 24s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Halle Bailey on Starring in The Little Mermaid

In this episode, we bring you behind the scenes of our June cover with Who What Wear’s vice president of social media, MacKenzie Green, and actress and singer Halle Bailey. You may know Bailey as one half of the Grammy-nominated R&B duo, Chloe x Halle, or from her role in the Freeform series, Grown-ish. Now, she’s making a splash as the newest Disney princess in the live-action movie, The Little Mermaid. She’s here to talk about everything that went into making the incredible film, including bringing us inside the re-creation of iconic moments from the original animation.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
07/06/2327m 45s

Aubrey Gordon: New York Times Best-Selling Author, Activist, and Co-Host of Maintenance Phase

As a writer and podcaster, Aubrey Gordon is working to debunk common wellness fads, educate people about anti-fat bias, and ultimately inspire action for fat justice. After years of blogging under the pseudonym Your Fat Friend, Gordon now has two books, What We Don’t Talk About When We Talk About Fat and New York Times best seller “You Just Need to Lose Weight” and 19 Other Myths About Fat People. She’s also the co-host of the wildly popular podcast Maintenance Phase. But before she was engaging readers and listeners through thought-provoking media, she spent 12 years as a community organizer, helping to get pro-LGBTQ laws passed, including making Oregon the second state to require insurers to cover healthcare for trans people. To hear how a letter to a friend catalyzed Gordon’s pivot to her current work and why she’s not planning on stopping anytime soon, tune in to this week’s episode.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
05/06/2357m 12s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Red Carpet Recap: The It Celebs, Trends, and Designers Everyone Is Talking About

Senior fashion editor Allyson Payer brings us inside her brand-new story "Red Carpet Recap: The It Celebs, Trends, and Designers Everyone Is Talking About." For this story, Allyson tapped experts—including celebrity stylist Tara Swennen; Catherine Kallon, the founder and editor of Red Carpet Fashion Awards; and even the social media management platform Dash Hudson—for the scoop on what went the most viral and why. Tune in to hear who she deemed the It celebs of the season, the designers making the biggest buzz, and so much more.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
31/05/2331m 23s

Heather Vandenberghe: Flexpower Co-Founder and CEO

Whether it’s in wellness, fashion, public safety, or beyond, there’s no question that Heather Vandenberghe is an absolute force. As the CEO of the wellness company Flexpower, she’s working to reposition pain relief as a core component of people’s routines. Before she was giving recovery products a major upgrade, she actually spent most of her career spearheading marketing teams at iconic fashion brands such as Bebe, Louis Vuitton, and Tommy Hilfiger. But when Vandenberghe was working at LVMH as the youngest vice president in the company’s 150-year history, a personal tragedy shook her world and made her reconsider everything. To hear how Vandenberghe navigated this devastating time and how she pivoted her career in the process, tune in to this week’s episode.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
29/05/2354m 1s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: The Jonas Brothers on Teen Stardom, New Music, and Fatherhood

In today’s episode, associate fashion editor Yusra Siddiqui sits down with Who What Wear May cover stars the Jonas Brothers. Four years after the release of Happiness Begins, Nick, Kevin, and Joe are back with The Album, and they’re here to break down everything from key influences to their creative process to how their dynamic as brothers and as musicians has evolved over the years. Plus, they’re diving into the style direction that they’re each excited to showcase on tour.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
24/05/2330m 13s

Zarna Garg: Stand-Up Comedian and Screenwriter

After just a few short years within the industry, Zarna Garg has comedic achievements most could only dream of. When Garg isn’t touring the world with her show, she’s performing 15 times a week at New York City’s Comedy Cellar, all while creating content for her 709k TikTok followers. Just last week, her brand-new comedy special, Zarna Garg: One in a Billion, premiered on Prime Video. But this hasn’t always been Garg’s life and career. After immigrating to the U.S. as a teenager to avoid an arranged marriage, Garg went on to practice civil litigation law before stepping away to become a stay-at-home mom to her three kids. She eventually decided to write a screenplay called Rearranged—which beat out 11,000 other scripts to win the Top Comedy Screenplay Award at Austin Film Festival in 2019—before eventually pursuing a new career path as a performer.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
22/05/2351m 58s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Summer Wedding Dressing Decoded—What to Wear Where

This week, Hillary is joined by shopping editor Indya Brown and Associate Director of Special Projects Kristen Nichols, who are here to tell us everything we need to know to be the best dressed wedding guests at any and all summer nuptials. They’re breaking down what exactly constitutes the various levels of formality you may see on an invite, the trends that your most stylish friend will definitely be adorned in, and the practical factors to take into consideration to make sure you have a fun time. Plus, we answer a ton of your wedding guest questions, including recommendations for just what to wear—where.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
17/05/2334m 21s

Jessamyn Stanley: Yoga Instructor, Author, and Co-Founder of The Underbelly

Jessamyn Stanley is an award-winning yoga instructor, internationally acclaimed voice in wellness, and so much more. While Stanley was working to get her MA in performing arts management, a friend introduced her to Bikram yoga. As she began to share her practice on social media, her growing followership encouraged her to enroll in a yoga teacher training course, and the rest is history. Today, Stanley is a regular contributor to Self magazine, has written two yoga books, and has built her own inclusive wellness app, The Underbelly. In this episode, Stanley speaks about the systemic inequity Black women face, especially within the wellness industry, as well as why she believes in the benefits of naked yoga. Tune in to this week’s episode to hear how her pivots, including attending culinary school, helped Stanley find her path.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
15/05/2355m 11s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: The State of Style With Fashion Editor Anna LaPlaca

Today, fashion editor Anna LaPlaca is back on the show to discuss her brand-new story State of Style. In this deep-dive piece, Anna brings us inside what’s hot in the style zeitgeist right now. She’s tapped industry experts to explain the multitude of factors that influence what we’re seeing take center stage at the moment, including fashion psychology and history. You’re going to want to stick around for it all, from the rise of puddle pants to the origins of quiet luxury.Read State of Style here: Shop Vince Camuto here: Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
10/05/2325m 30s

Melissa Ben-Ishay: Baked by Melissa CEO and Founder

Melissa Ben-Ishay is the founder and CEO of the bite-sized-cupcake empire Baked by Melissa. Since Ben-Ishay and her partners founded the company in 2008, Baked by Melissa has sold over 250 million cupcakes, opened 14 brick-and-mortar stores, and created a thriving e-commerce business. Though Ben-Ishay always loved baking, she actually started her career in advertising, and after being let go from her role as an assistant media buyer, she went to her brother for advice. “Don’t worry. It’s the best thing that ever happened to you. … Go home. Bake your cupcakes. We’ll start a business together,” he told her. From there, Baked by Melissa was born. Tune in to hear how Ben-Ishay continues to evolve her career, including stepping into the role of CEO of the multimillion-dollar company and her most recent pivot to TikTok sensation. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
08/05/2346m 49s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Aurora James on Her Brilliant (and Heartbreaking) New Memoir, Wildflower

Thought leader, founder, designer, activist, and author Aurora James may be best known as the founder of the accessories and footwear brand Brother Vellies, which has supported artisan communities across Africa and beyond. In 2020, she launched the Fifteen Percent Pledge, a call to action for major corporations to create sustainable and supportive ecosystems for Black-owned business which has signed on companies like Sephora and Nordstrom. On this episode however, she’s here to discuss her highly personal, emotional, and absolutely brilliant memoir, Wildflower. In the book, Aurora shares both beautiful and heartbreaking stories from her childhood to the present day. Preorder now:;jsessionid=BF345FD71EF295895AC6677E4DE5B64D.prodny_store01-atgap13?ean=9780593239452&st=AFF&2sid=Random%20House%20Inc_8373827_NA&sourceId=AFFRandom%20House%20IncSee Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
03/05/2342m 14s

Madison Utendahl: Founder and CCO of Utendahl Creative

Madison Utendahl is the founder behind the all-female, Black-owned, anti-trend branding and design agency, Utendahl Creative, behind brands like Simon Huck’s Judy, Halsey’s About-Face, and Chris Paul’s Good Eatn. But back before she went out on her own, she was helping to create viral sensations like The Museum of Ice Cream and Refinery29’s 29 Rooms. She was even a production assistant for HBO’s acclaimed series Last Week Tonight With John Oliver. Along the way, she made the Forbes 30 Under 30 list, won two Webby Awards, and eventually felt burnt out. In today’s episode, Madison talks about what it was like to feel so depleted after years and years of a highly productive and successful career, and why after walking away from it all, she decided to found a company of her own.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
01/05/231h 2m

Second Life LIVE! Beating Burnout with Dr. Deepika Chopra

Live from Los Angeles, Hillary is joined by Dr. Deepika Chopra—aka the "optimism doctor"—for a conversation around beating burnout. Dr. Chopra holds a doctorate in clinical health psychology with a special interest in mind-body connection, sensory-based visual imagery, color therapy, innovative cognitive behavioral strategies, and methods to increase optimism and resilience. In this live episode, she shares the difference between acute stress and clinical burn out, how to cultivate more joy throughout your day, and the key to finding work that’s truly sustainable. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
28/04/2340m 5s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: With Jéan: Creating a Cult-Followed Fashion Label By Sami Lorking-Tanner and Evangeline Titilas

Independent fashion label With Jéan’s viral designs (such as its cult-favorite Andy dress, signature corsets, and best-selling ribbon-trimmed silhouettes) have been spotted on everyone from Rosalía to Bella Hadid. On this episode, founders Sami Lorking-Tanner and Evangeline Titilas join Hillary to discuss bringing their vision to life, what to expect from their upcoming drops, and the items on repeat in their own wardrobes. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
26/04/2330m 32s

Alexandra Gater: Home Décor Expert, Stylist, and Author

Home décor expert and YouTube content creator Alexandra Gater connects with millions through her home makeover videos on YouTube, where she makes design accessible for renters and homeowners alike, no matter their budget. Today, Alexandra has over 500,000 subscribers on YouTube plus her own website where she provides virtual makeover packages, product collabs, and a collection of handmade Moroccan pom-pom slippers. But back before Alexandra found her career as a YouTube creator, she was working for a Canadian lifestyle magazine, Chatelaine, where she worked as an intern in the art department and eventually discovered her passion for home design. Tune in to hear about it all, including how she recovered from a gut-wrenching layoff and persevered to build something entirely of her own.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
24/04/2357m 56s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: How to Optimize Your Closet and Define Your Style With Wardrobe Specialist Allison Bornstein

Allison Bornstein is a stylist, wardrobe specialist, and content creator popular for her signature systems outlining how to optimize your style and closet. On this episode, she walks Hillary through her signature closet editing system, the three-word method for defining your style, the seven questions you should ask when buying a new item, and so much more.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
19/04/2336m 14s

Bobbi Brown: Jones Road Founder, Makeup Artist, and Serial Entrepreneur

Makeup artist, beauty titan, and entrepreneur Bobbi Brown is a multihyphenate of the highest order. After beginning her career as a makeup artist who became known for a natural aesthetic that stood out against the highly graphic makeup of the time, Bobbi changed the beauty landscape forever by launching a collection of 10 natural shade lipsticks. Over the next 25 years, she would then build that eponymous brand—Bobbi Brown Beauty—into a billion-dollar brand. Then, in 2016, after over two decades, she walked away. In the four years afterwards, she continued to evolve time and time again. She launched, an editorial beauty, fashion and lifestyle site; started an ingestibles wellness brand called Evolution 18; and even opened a boutique hotel in Montclair, New Jersey, called The George. Even without a cosmetics company, her influence kept growing: Brown became Masterclass’s first beauty instructor; launched multiple podcasts of her own; and authored nine books. In 2020, four years after she had walked away from the cosmetics world, she dove back in, launching cult-beloved Jones Road, a collection of edited and indispensable clean beauty products for all ages, skin types, and skin tones.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
17/04/2352m 19s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: WWW 100: Your Definitive (and Exhaustive) Guide to Spring Shopping

Hillary talks to Editorial Director Lauren Eggertsen about our brand-new seasonal series, Who What Wear 100. For this story, Lauren created the ultimate spring shopping guide featuring 100 editor-approved products across every major category, including season-defining It buys and must-have wardrobe staples. Essentially, it’s your shopping bible. Shop the story here: Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
12/04/2328m 10s

Lindsey Carter: Set Active CEO and Founder

Founder and CEO of Set Active Lindsey Carter has built a multimillion dollar activewear business. The brand’s made-to-match monochrome activewear sets have made their way to seemingly every influencer and fitness class alike, totalling a quarter million customers since 2018. Building a social following and community is Lindsey’s bread and butter. After all, she comes from a background of having started her own social media agency and running accounts for people like Maddie and Mackenzie Ziegler from Dance Moms. But her background is much more varied than that—it also includes an assistant position at NBC Universal, a marketing job at Variety magazine, and a whole lot more. Tune in to hear about her successes—and failures—that landed her at the helm of a massive brand of her own.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
10/04/2349m 35s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Mara Founder Allison McNamara on Skincare Formulations, Actives, and Product Cycling

Allison McNamara is the founder of Mara skincare. Previously an on-camera host for outlets like PopSugar and E!, today, Allison is known as a force within the skincare space, launching Mara with a single innovative SKU: the Universal Face Oil. The brand is beloved by everyone from Chrissy Teigan to Hailey Bieber and has now expanded to include a tight yet robust product assortment. She’s here to discuss what it’s been like building her brand from the ground up, including formulations, active ingredients, and what’s next on the horizon.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
05/04/2335m 3s

Becca Millstein: Fishwife Tinned Seafood Co’s CEO and Co-Founder

Chances are you’ve seen Fishwife Tinned Seafood Co’s delightful boxes of smoked trout or Cantabrian anchovies grace your Instagram feed or even on the shelves of your local Whole Foods. By now, everyone from Food & Wine to Vogue has written about the sustainably sourced phenomenon, and the internet is well aware that hot girls eat tinned fish. But back before CEO and Co-Founder Becca Millstein was bringing the vibrancy of conservas culture to American tables, she was working within the music industry. After starting her career in the infamous mailroom at talent agency ICM, she worked at Atlantic Records specializing in music brand partnerships and artist marketing.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
03/04/2350m 19s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Janessa Leoné on Signature Hats and Regenerative Agriculture

Since 2013, accessory designer and founder Janessa Leoné’s eponymous line of hats and accessories has been coveted by fashion editors and celebrities alike. Now entering her 10th year of business, Leoné is shifting her brand focus to something somewhat unexpected: regenerative agriculture. She’s here to talk about it all, plus how to wear her favorites from the spring collection and the packing essentials that stay in her carry-on bag.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
29/03/2334m 52s

Maggie Holladay: Founder of Claude Home

Founder of Claude Home Maggie Holladay went from reselling vintage decorative objects back in 2018 to building an online gallery selling collectable pieces and contemporary artworks from artists all over the world. Currently for sale are items like a carved cherry stool, a sculptural menorah, and that Mario Bellini Modular Sofa all over your IG feed. That being said, it’s hard to believe Maggie has no formal design training. Instead, she spent her early career interning and assisting for stylists like Interview magazine Editor in Chief (and Rihanna’s former stylist) Mel Ottenburg and Editor in Chief of iD Magazine Alastair McKimm. Tune in to hear all about her fascinating journey. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
27/03/2342m 40s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Daisy Jones & the Six Costume Designer Denise Wingate on Creating '70s-Era Magic

Denise Wingate is the costume designer behind the new Amazon show Daisy Jones & the Six. The series is an adaptation of the beloved book of the same title about a ’70s Laurel Canyon band whose catchy tunes and behind-the-scenes drama seemed to compete for the spotlight. Wingate is here to talk about her process in costuming actors such as Riley Keough and Suki Waterhouse, her own experiences that proved hugely influential, and how to source vintage like a pro. Plus, she shares her favorite project thus far in her epic filmography—which spans Cruel Intentions to Wedding Crashers—and what she hopes to land next.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
22/03/2334m 38s

Blair Eadie: Atlantic-Pacific Founder

Blair Eadie founded Atlantic-Pacific 13 years ago and is a pioneer of  the early fashion bloggers. Today, Atlantic-Pacific has become a multitiered digital fashion and style brand with a community of 1.9 million followers on Instagram alone. In addition to original content, Blair has developed co-branded product collaborations with brands such as Nordstrom and Saks Fifth Avenue to J.Crew and Kate Spade. But back before she was a digital force in her own right, she actually worked in the corporate retail world for Gap in San Francisco and Tory Burch in New York City. She’s walking us through the entire evolution in this week’s episode. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
20/03/2358m 58s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Jenna Ortega’s Stylist, Enrique Melendez, Breaks Down Wednesday Press Tour and Award Season

Whether you realize it or not, chances are celebrity stylist Enrique Melendez’s work has been on your radar for years. After getting his start with none other than The Black Eyed Peas, he went on to become Will.I.Am’s personal stylist before working with other massive musicians like Bruno Mars. He’s here to talk about his entire come up within the industry and break down the evolution of his work with his client of six years: actress Jenna Ortega. Tune in to hear about everything that went into Jenna’s award-season run and Wednesday press tour, plus his best style advice of all time.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
15/03/2338m 20s

Stephanie Summerson Hall: Estelle Colored Glass Founder and CEO

Stephanie Summerson Hall is the founder and CEO of Estelle Colored Glass—an assortment of cake stands and stemware in jewel tones and soft pastels. Currently available everywhere from West Elm to Anthropologie to Nordstrom, the entire collection is handblown in Poland by glassmakers with over a century of experience in their craft. But before Stephanie had been bitten by the entrepreneurship bug, she spent 10 years practicing business and corporate tax law in Washington, D.C. Tune in to hear her candid telling of it all. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
13/03/2338m 20s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Rachel Zegler on Spielberg, Stardom, and Her Upcoming Role as Snow White

In this episode, we bring you behind the scenes of our March beauty cover with Who What Wear beauty editor Katie Berohn and actress Rachel Zegler. Zegler is best known for her part in Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story, but her career is just getting started. She’s here to talk about upcoming projects like Shazam! Fury of the Gods, The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, and the new live-action adaptation of Disney’s Snow White. Plus, Zegler shares her real thoughts about social media and her favorite beauty looks of all time. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
08/03/2339m 7s

Amy Chang: Bond en Avant Beauty Content Creator

Amy Chang—or Bond en Avant, as you may know her—has made a name for herself as a massive beauty content creator. She shares reviews of various products and services with over two million followers on TikTok and Instagram. Her audience comes for the beauty and stays for the personal connection, like her recently shared adoption story, which has since garnered over 11 million views. But back before she was serving up highly engaging content, she actually began her career at a PR agency in NY and subsequently took on clients of her own as a freelance publicist in L.A. It’s been quite the journey to land where she is today, and Chang is enthusiastically candid about just what got her there.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
06/03/2351m 29s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Maggie Bullock Pulls Back the Curtain on America's Preppiest Brand in New Book

Journalist Maggie Bullock began her career in the beauty department of Vogue before spending 13 years at Elle, where she oversaw the fashion and beauty pages and wrote her fair share of celebrity profiles. In her new book, The Kingdom of Prep: The Inside Story of the Rise and (Near) Fall of J.Crew, Bullock shares the definitive history of J.Crew, including all of its juicy internal politics and the backstories of larger-than-life characters Mickey Drexler and Jenna Lyons, plus the history of the subculture of prep and its place in the American psyche. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
01/03/2342m 8s

Allison Conrad: Arey Co-Founder and CEO

With the launch of Arey in 2020, Allison Conrad created an entirely new haircare category not meant to cover up gray hairs but prevent them from forming in the first place. Initially launched as a single supplement, the assortment has grown to include seven products, all formulated with a clinically efficacious peptide to help delay and re-pigment gray hair. But before Allison had an idea for her own company, she was growing many others. After an early career in fashion, she began working for early stage companies like Blushington and Erin Condren, plus consulting and advising consumer companies like Vegamour and Goodmylk.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
27/02/2353m 23s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Storm Reid on The Last of Us, Euphoria, and What’s Next

For Who What Wear’s February cover interview, editor Jasmine Fox-Suliaman sits down with the incredible actress Storm Reid. Best known for her standout performances in projects like 12 Years a Slave, A Wrinkle in Time, and Euphoria, at just 19 years old, Storm is already a force within Hollywood. In this episode, the pair discuss the significance of the roles within Reid’s catalogue thus far; her intentionality within a notoriously challenging industry; and her newest project, HBO’s series adaptation of the video game The Last of Us.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
22/02/2340m 13s

Laura Brown: Journalist, Former InStyle Editor in Chief, and Founder of LB Media

Laura Brown, former editor in chief of InStyle, knew from a young age she was obsessed with magazines. She moved from Australia to London to New York to pursue her passion, eventually landing at Harper’s Bazaar, where she’d make a name for herself as a creative visionary. It came as no surprise when she was announced as the editor in chief of InStyle, where she steered the massive boat of both print and digital sides of the business. But since the print magazine folded in 2021, Laura has been a free agent, and at the end of last year, she announced her plans for quite a second life—founding a media company of her own. LB Media is positioned as a multi-platform media company encompassing television, podcasts, luxury collaborations, design, and nonprofit consulting. Or as Laura calls it in this episode, “an umbrella over a buffet.” See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
20/02/2345m 20s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Live From FW23 New York Fashion Week: This Season's Biggest Trends, Shows, and Viral Moments

Hillary passes the show over to Who What Wear fashion editors Anna LaPlaca and Eliza Huber, who are coming to us straight off the heels of New York Fashion Week. After seeing what this season’s showing designers have in store for us for their fall/winter 2023 collections, the ladies are here to break down the trends they’re spotting and the moments that have already broken the internet.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
15/02/2347m 22s

Megan Klein: Little Saints Founder and CEO

Megan Klein is the founder and CEO of Little Saints, an assortment of “plant magic mocktails” boosted by premium-sourced functional ingredients like reishi mushroom, botanical terpenes, and CBD. Aimed at providing an elevated experience within the drinking culture, Little Saints’ offerings are modeled after popular cocktail beverages like the ginger mule, paloma, spicy margarita, and negroni. But back before Megan was creating an alcohol-free empire, she spent her early career as an environmental lawyer. Eventually, she left law behind to become president of an indoor vertical farming company which went on to create plant-based products still on the shelves of Whole Foods today. Hear how Megan found her way to her perfect fit of a career after some strategic experimentation on this week’s episode.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
13/02/2355m 20s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Thomas Christos Kikis on Dressing Gabrielle Union and the Importance of Tailoring

Celebrity stylist Thomas Christos Kikis is responsible for the incredible looks worn by women like Amelie Zilber, Zaya Wade, and the one and only Gabrielle Union. On this episode, Thomas talks about finding his way to the top of the styling industry, the incredible body of work he’s done with Union, and his tips and tricks for owning your own style—including the importance of tailoring and a good pair of loafers.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
08/02/2340m 53s

Molly Baz: Recipe Developer, Chef, and Author of Cook This Book

Recipe developer, cookbook author, and chef Molly Baz rose to culinary fame during her days as senior associate food editor at Bon Appétit magazine. Since departing the magazine in 2020, she’s not only taken full control of her personal brand, but she’s also expanded it tremendously. Today, Molly has one New York Times best-selling cookbook under her belt: Cook This Book. With a second book on the way, a natural wine label called Drink This Wine, and a number of product collaborations on the horizon, Baz is unstoppable. She continues to send out weekly recipes for her subscribers in The Club, releases cooking videos via her YouTube series, Hit the Kitch, and has amassed over 700,000 followers on Instagram. But before her multilayered career within food and media, Molly’s career in professional kitchens looked very different. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
06/02/231h 7m

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Danielle Sherman—Founder of Sherman Field and Co-Founder of The Row—on Designing Hit After Hit

Danielle Sherman is the founder of the fine jewelry line Sherman Field, known for dreamy hand-linked chains, textured-gold photo lockets, and one-of-a-kind stone earrings and rings. But in addition to her reputation as one of the premier fine jewelers within the fashion industry, Sherman has a wild fashion résumé, which includes co-founding The Row with Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, working as the head designer at Alexander Wang, and serving as the creative director for Edun. She’s here to talk about it all, from how she got her start in the industry at just 16 to what to look for when investing in your own fine jewelry.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
01/02/2340m 52s

Gaëlle Drevet: The Frankie Shop Founder & CEO

Gaëlle Drevet is the founder behind the fashion-editor beloved retailer The Frankie Shop. With a booming e-commerce presence in addition to boutiques in NYC and Paris, Gaëlle has created an expertly curated, undeniably cool retailer that cuts through a noisy industry time and time again. It’s no surprise that The Frankie Shop isn’t Gaëlle's first rodeo. In fact, the store's Lower East Side flagship store in Manhattan was once home to her first fashion venture, Pixie Market, where she brought a similar assortment of reasonably priced items to a slightly younger demographic back in 2006. But before diving into fashion at all, Gaëlle was on quite a different path as a producer for ABC News in New York and London. Tune in to hear how she made the switch from journalism to fashion entrepreneur.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
30/01/2352m 42s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Stylist and Street Style Icon Tina Leung on Bling Empire, House of Slay, and Where to Eat During Fashion Week

Tina Leung, stylist, street style icon, and new star of Bling Empire New York, has been a mainstay of the global fashion scene for years. She’s worked with major brands like Valentino and Loewe, and during the pandemic (alongside other fashion heavy hitters Phillip Lim, Prabal Gurung, Laura Kim, and Ezra William) started the digital series and comic House of Slay, in which superheroes take on "racism, hatred, bullying and fear of the 'other.'" Tina’s here to bring us inside her world—from the designers she has her eye on to the places her crew eats in each fashion capital around the world.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
25/01/2326m 39s

Marguerite Zabar Mariscal: CEO of Momofuku

Marguerite Zabar Mariscal is the woman leading all that is Momofuku: a pioneering restaurant group credited with starting the rise of contemporary Asian American cuisine in the United States, an assortment of restaurant-grade pantry staples like ramen noodles and addictive chilli crunch, and bona fide culinary empire. Over the span of 11-years, she’s worked her way up from public relations intern to brand director and chief of staff. As the trusted right hand of celebrity and James Beard Foundation Award–winning Chef David Chang for years, in 2019, at 30 years old, she was named CEO of Momofuku. On one hand, it all makes sense (after all, she was born into the family behind the specialty import emporium Zabars), but to Marguerite, the path was far from mapped out ahead of her. “I feel like anyone who grows up wanting to be a CEO is like a psychopath,” she tells Hillary on this week’s episode. Tune in to hear how Marguerite pivoted from thinking she’d find her place within the media world to leading one of the most influential restaurant groups (and beyond) of the past two decades. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
23/01/2354m 46s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Ashley Benson’s Signature Style From Trench Coats to Fragrance

Actress and entrepreneur Ashley Benson has gone on to do a number of interesting things since rising to fame in the hit TV series Pretty Little Liars. Last year alone, she starred in Private Property, Loneliest Boy in the World, and the indie slasher film Alone at Night, where she also snagged her first credits as producer and co-writer. Also an entrepreneur, Benson is a co-founder of sunglasses brand Privé Revaux and Thomas Ashbourne Craft Spirits. Most recently, she’s founded her very own personal fragrance line, Ash by Ashley Benson. She’s here to discuss it all, plus the items that make her personal style just so enviable.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
18/01/2327m 48s

Susan Korn: Susan Alexandra Creative Director, Designer, and Owner

Jewelry and accessories designer Susan Korn has created viral products time and time again with her brand, Susan Alexandra. Worn by everyone from Gigi Hadid to Alison Roman to Pete Davidson, her bright, sparkling adornments—whether in the form of a martini handbag or shrimp cocktail earrings—are still handmade in New York where Susan now has a retail location that’s as joyous and whimsical as the brand itself. But before she was a bona fide fashion darling, she was trying to find her place like the rest of us. “I was really thinking that I was going to be a stylist. I thought that was a really good life choice. And it was really, really rough,” Susan says on today’s episode. Tune in to hear how she found the confidence to push forward within a fashion world she didn’t know she belonged in, plus how she’s created a career for herself that she was, at times, reluctant to dream of. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
16/01/2347m 57s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Sza’s New Style Era With Stylist Alejandra Hernandez

Alejandra Hernandez is both the head designer behind the women’s activewear brand Year of Ours and a prolific Hollywood stylist having worked with artists like Iggy Azalea, Eve, and most recently, the one and only Sza. Alejandra is here to discuss their collaboration ushering in Sza’s new style era, including breaking down the music videos and album artwork for the highly anticipated and record-breaking album, SOS.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
11/01/2332m 58s

Jamie Beck: Photographer and Author of An American in Provence

By 28 years old, Jamie Beck opened her own commercial photography studio in Lower Manhattan where she worked with a multitude of commercial clients from fashion brands like Chanel and Oscar de la Renta to tech companies like Google and Microsoft, and even major magazines such as Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar. (Yes, she was killing it.) Somewhere along the way, though, she decided her true dream was quite different: Beck wanted to live in the South of France. Over six years after Jamie initially left for what was to be a one-year sabbatical, she still lives in Provence with an entirely new photography career creating and selling her own body of work. Most recently, she’s compiled her work into a book titled An American in Provence, which includes not only her photographs but also poignant personal essays, photography and posing tips, and even French recipes. To hear how Jamie took a massive leap of faith on her own happiness—and to lust over her new home—hit the link up top. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
09/01/2348m 16s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Madelyn Cline on Breakout Roles, Imposter Syndrome, and Fashion Favorites

Associate fashion editor Yusra Siddiqui sits down with our January cover star, Madelyn Cline. Widely known for her breakout role in the Netflix series Outer Banks and the star-studded film Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, Madelyn tells Yusra about navigating early success within Hollywood, how she combats imposter syndrome, and what she’s taken from each project thus far. Plus, get a peek behind the scenes of the incredible looks she’s been putting together with stylist Mimi Cutrell. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
04/01/2331m 24s

Allyson Felix: The Most-Decorated Track & Field Olympian of All-Time and Co-Founder of Saysh

Allyson Felix is the most-decorated track and field Olympian of all time. At the age of just 18, she won her first Olympic medal and broke world records during the Tokyo 2020 games. But off the track, she’s also covered a lot of ground: Her work as an activist led Nike to change their sponsorship policy, adding protections for pregnant athletes and new moms, marking a major industry shift. Along the way, Allyson also became an entrepreneur, founding footwear and lifestyle brand Saysh with an aim to create an encouraging and supportive community for women. Plus, season two of her Mountaintop Conversations podcast will be debuting on Jan 17, in which she celebrates the stories and experiences of leaders across politics, entrepreneurship, and culture. Tune in for a whole lot of inspiration from a woman who made it to the top of her field and is now dedicated to pulling up those around her.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
02/01/2354m 37s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Lily Collins Gives Us a Peek Inside Seasons 3—and 4!—of Emily in Paris

Who What Wear editor Anna LaPlaca sits down with our December cover star, Lily Collins, to talk about the star’s massive past few years. They discuss her hit show Emily in Paris, her Netflix feature and first producer credit in Windfall, and her personal life, including her marriage to director Charlie McDowell. Collins explains how she’s managed to find her equilibrium among it all, everything we can expect from the highly anticipated season three of Emily in Paris, and what’s next in her career. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
14/12/2242m 45s

Pia Baroncini: LPA Creative Director and Baroncini Import & Co. Co-Founder

Pia Baroncini is the creative director behind her namesake clothing line for Revolve (LPA), host of the podcast Everything Is the Best, and co-founder of Baroncini Import & Co.—her very own line of Italian olive oil. Alongside her husband Davide, Baroncini has big plans for expanding the import business as well as the pair’s other brand, Ghiaia Cashmere, where she is the CMO. But before this whirlwind of a career in which she currently thrives, Baroncini had a number of other positions within fashion and production. She served as a casting director for Diane Martel (the woman behind music videos for artists such as Miley Cyrus and Nicki Minaj), and she worked at famed New York City PR firm People’s Revolution for PR maven Kelly Cutrone and Reformation in its early days, where she went from working in public relations to becoming design director in a matter of a few short years. This one is as inspiring as it is entertaining, and you’re going to want to tune in to hear it all. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
12/12/2247m 51s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: How to Source Fashion Must-Haves From eBay Like a Professional

Hillary Kerr is joined by three members of the WWW team—Editor in Chief Kat Collings, VP of Influencer Marketing Rachel Zeilic, and fashion editor Eliza Huber—who are here to give us their expert tips on how to snag the most stylish finds from eBay. Whether it’s new or vintage, the ladies are breaking down how they sleuthed out their favorite purchases of the past, which luxury items they’re scoping out for the future, and the insider strategy for how to source like a pro.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
07/12/2234m 12s

Daria Burke: Business Leader, Board Director, and Writer

Daria Burke spent the majority of her career building iconic beauty and fashion brands, working at L’Oréal, Estée Lauder, and Rent the Runway in its early days. She even led fashion and beauty partnerships at Facebook. Then, she landed her dream title of CMO at JustFab before realizing her successful climb up the corporate ladder still may have left her unfulfilled. After walking away from running teams and operations for some of the biggest brands, Burke has pivoted her career to become a board member and advisor for companies that truly align with her values, and she writes about her vast experience examining human potential for publications such as HuffPost and Fast Company. Tune in to hear it all. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
05/12/2256m 53s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Plastic Surgeon Sarmela Sunder Reveals Hollywood’s Most-Requested Facial Procedures

Sarmela Sunder, MD, is a board-certified and fellowship-trained plastic surgeon who specializes in all things face and neck. On this episode, she’s breaking down the results, recovery processes, and risks of surgical and nonsurgical procedures, including face-lifts, neck-lifts, nose jobs, and even eye procedures. If you take one peek at her Instagram, which features many recognizable faces, you’ll realize why Sunder is who we’re leaning on as the ultimate authority.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
30/11/2233m 46s

Alex Snodgrass: Founder of The Defined Dish and SideDish

Alex Snodgrass, the brilliant recipe developer behind The Defined Dish, has built an impressive multi–revenue-stream culinary business from the ground up. In addition to her 700,000 followers on Instagram, she’s published two New York Times best-selling cookbooks—The Defined Dish, and The Comfortable Kitchen—and, most recently, launched a multipurpose dressing collection called SideDish. But back before she followed her calling within food, she actually spent years as a real estate agent. Tune in to hear what it took for her to take the plunge to turn her side hustle into a bona fide culinary hit. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
28/11/2252m 16s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: The Inventor of the Nap Dress, Nell Diamond, Talks About Creating a Viral Sensation

Nell Diamond is the founder and CEO of Hill House, a digital-first lifestyle brand offering fashion, home goods, and accessories that bring beauty and joy to everyday rituals. Or as you likely know the brand, the creators of the Nap Dress. Nell is here to talk about designing the cult-favorite item, pivoting her business accordingly, and what’s next for the beloved brand. Plus, she’s sharing her favorite ways she’s seen the collection styled.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
23/11/2228m 13s

Emily Hikade: Petite Plume CEO and Founder

Emily Hikade is the founder and CEO of Petite Plume Luxury Sleepwear. Made with chemical-free cotton and impeccable attention to detail and comfort, the European-inspired pajamas are carried in over 500 boutiques as well as major retailers such as Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman, and J.Crew. Prior to launching a luxury pajama brand in 2015, though, Hikade’s life looked majorly different. For almost 15 years, she lived and worked in the Middle East and East Africa focused on counterterrorism as a member of the CIA. Tune in to hear how a near-death experience changed the entire course of her career journey and about the surprising skills that carried over.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
21/11/2246m 13s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Black Panther Costume Designer Ruth Carter on Creating the Visual World of Wakanda

Academy Award–winning costume designer Ruth Carter has spent over three decades in film, television, and theater, where she’s collaborated with prolific directors such as Spike Lee, Steven Spielberg, and Ava DuVernay and run costume departments for films such as Do the Right Thing, Malcolm X, Selma, Amistad, and, of course, Black Panther. On this episode, Carter breaks down how she fuses rich cultural histories with futuristic technology in her designs in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
16/11/2238m 12s

Mary Lawless Lee: Happily Grey and Nemah Founder, and Author

Mary Lawless Lee became widely known by the moniker Happily Grey when she began her fashion and lifestyle blog as a creative outlet back in 2012. Today, her well-respected brand has an audience of over 2.6 million, plus a brick-and-mortar store in Nashville carrying Mary’s curated assortment of apparel, kids, accessories, and home goods. Mary has also broken into wellness with her mom-focused, vegan skincare line, Nemah, and most recently became an author with Happily Grey: Stories, Souvenirs, and Everyday Wonders from the Life In Between. But back before all the fashion, beauty, media, and entrepreneurship, Mary spent seven years as a cardiovascular intensive care nurse. Tune in to hear the surprising lessons that she’s carried between careers and the many lessons she’s learned along the way.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
14/11/2253m 46s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Holiday Gift Guides From Who What Wear's Shopping Experts

Market Director Bobby Schuessler, market editor Indya Brown, and assistant market editor Yusra Siddiqui join Hillary to talk about holiday gift giving. Bobby has a million ideas for what to give the men in our lives, Yusra brings her Gen Z lens to her gift guide, and home expert Indya is offering the chicest suggestions to deck out anyone’s halls. From affordable to splurge-worthy gifts, you’ll want to hear about them all. Plus, everyone's sharing what they're secretly hoping to receive for themselves this year.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
09/11/2239m 8s

Jeanine Lobell: Founder of Neen and Stila Cosmetics

Jeanine Lobell is a legend within the beauty industry, and her career has evolved a number of times. She made a name for herself as a makeup artist working on covers of Vogue, W, and Vanity Fair with stars like Cate Blanchett, Natalie Portman and Nicole Kidman. She then took a major leap into the world of beauty products, founding Stila Cosmetics and pioneering paper packaging  and a playful approach to makeup that resonated with a new generation of consumers. Now, she’s one-upped herself once again with the creation of her direct-to-consumer beauty brand Neen, which she launched just last April. With Neen, Jeanine created the first-ever subscription card including five peel-back makeup swatches encouraging the consumer to try out new creative looks, but only invest in the items they truly fall in love with. Hear how she’s built, sold, and pioneered brands that have changed the beauty landscape for the better on this week’s episode. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
07/11/2249m 52s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Celebrity Colorist Matt Rez Shares His Must-Know Tips

Celebrity hair colorist Matt Rez is known for his transformational work, including making Hailey Bieber a brunette and Kendall Jenner a redhead—two moments that kicked off arguably the biggest hair trends in recent history. On this episode, Matt brings us inside his legendary hair transformations, discusses his signature mid-light technique, and, of course, offers his predictions for the next major color trend.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
02/11/2229m 43s

Aishwarya Iyer: Brightland Founder and CEO

By now, you may have seen Brightland’s gorgeous bottles adorn the aisles of your local grocery store. The brand offers high-quality olive oils, honeys, and vinegars that stand apart from their mass-produced shelf mates with a focus on integrity and transparency. The woman behind the brand is founder and CEO Aishwarya Iyer, who launched the business in 2018 to sellout success within a week, compiling a 1000-person wait list. Now, the brand’s products are available in over 700 stores nationwide in addition to Brightland’s own website. But before Iyer dove into the world of luxurious pantry staples, she spent over a decade in public affairs and corporate communications at various technology companies in both New York City and L.A. And back before that, she began her career in the luxury-products division at Lancôme. Tune in to hear about all the unexpected twists and turns and how they landed Iyer at the helm of a tasty empire.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
31/10/2254m 13s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Olympia Gayot, Head of Women’s and Kids Design at J.Crew, on Her TikTok-Famous Personal Style

Head of women’s and kids design at J.Crew, Olympia Gayot, is known for her impeccable use of color, spot-on tailoring, and highly functional designs. Her personal style is nothing short of fantastic too, as thousands on TikTok have noticed, praising her polished but oh-so-cool aesthetic. Olympia is here to give us tips on how to master color theory, how to use masculine and feminine pieces for a perfectly balanced look, and how she’s styling her favourites from the new J.Crew holiday collection.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
26/10/2236m 7s

Amira Rasool: Founder and CEO of The Folklore

At just 22 years old, Amira Rasool launched The Folklore as an e-commerce website featuring African-based fashion and homeware brands. The goal was to bring diversity to the fashion landscape here in the United States and to create sustainable revenue streams for designers who weren't being given the global recognition they deserved. Just four years in, Amira has made immense progress: She’s since pivoted the business from a direct-to-consumer model to working directly with other multi-brand retailers such as Farfetch; expanded her business to empower diverse brands in other emerging markets like South America and India; and has become one of the youngest Black women to raise $1M+ in a pre-seed round. But before it all, she was a writer and editor for dozens of top media companies including Time, Vogue, I-D Magazine, Paper  Magazine, WWD, and Marie Claire. Tune in to hear how that experience positioned her to become an industry expert equipped to make a massive difference in the global fashion economy. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
24/10/2252m 59s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: The Spring Trend Report With Eliza Huber and Kristen Nichols

Fresh off the heels of fashion month, fashion editor Eliza Huber and senior editor Kristen Nichols take us inside their spring/summer 2023 trend report. The ladies break down the new trends we’re seeing emerge for spring and the designers who are doing them best. Plus, the most-viral moments from shows that were all over your timelines—like Bella in that painted-on Coperni dress—and the inside stories you may not have heard unless you were there.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
19/10/2236m 53s

Audie Cornish: CNN Anchor, Correspondent, and Award-Winning Journalist

Audie Cornish is an award-winning journalist and reporter who is best known for delivering us news as a co-host of NPR’s flagship news program All Things Considered for 10 years. Over the course of her career, she’s interviewed a range of subjects—from stars such as Bruce Springsteen to political figures such as senator Elizabeth Warren—and reported on major historic events, including 9/11 and the 2008 election of former President Barack Obama. Now, after almost two decades in radio, Cornish is jumping over to a new type of journalism as an on-camera anchor and correspondent for CNN. On this episode, hear how Cornish knew it was time to make a change in her legendary career and what it means to be a student after a long while as the teacher. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
17/10/2258m 9s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Who What Wear Editor in Chief Kat Collings on European Fashion of the Moment

Who What Wear Editor in Chief Kat Collings is fresh off a plane from Paris and here to talk about her last seven weeks abroad. From her wedding in the South of France to a honeymoon across Italy to fashion weeks in London and Milan to Rosh Hashanah spent in Tel Aviv, Kat has a lot to fill us in on. Tune in to hear about what she packed for each locale, the major trends she spotted in fashion capitals around the world, and her tips for sourcing the best vintage abroad. Plus, we talk details around our new Sperry boot collab and how to style it for fall.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
12/10/2226m 11s

Jessica Knoll: Screenwriter and New York Times Best-Selling Author of Luckiest Girl Alive and The Favorite Sister

Jessica Knoll is the New York Times best-selling author of Luckiest Girl Alive and The Favorite Sister, and her work has been published in over 40 languages. Her books are so gripping, in fact, that they’ve both been adapted for film and television, respectively. With that career success also came a pivot, as Knoll has made a name for herself in the industry as a standout screenwriter and producer with even more projects under way. She’s adapting the Reddit short story “I Think My Mother-in-Law Is Trying to Kill Me” for Sony and sold her first original script, ‘Til Death, to Amazon. But back before Knoll was adapting stories for film and television and even before she was writing the books that would inspire them, she was an editor at Self and Cosmo magazines. Tune in to hear how her multifaceted career has unfolded in unexpected and fascinating ways. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
10/10/2254m 25s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Celebrity Interior Designer Adair Curtis on Home Trends Worth Investing In

Adair Curtis is an acclaimed interior designer and co-founder of JSN Studio—a multidisciplinary design and styling firm he runs with his husband, celebrated stylist Jason Bolden. His clean and elegant aesthetic has landed him countless celebrity clients, features in Architectural Digest, and a new Netflix series, Instant Dream Home. On this episode, Adair walks Hillary through our "Dream Home" feature on Who What Wear, where he dishes on the latest design trends worth investing in. Check out our "Dream Home" feature with Adair here: See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
05/10/2232m 40s

Yasmin Sewell: Founder of Vyrao

Yasmin Sewell is the founder of Vyrao, the world’s first well-being brand to fuse energetic healing with master perfumery. With scents like I Am Verdant and Witchy Woo, the brand has designed six personal scents to evoke specific emotional reactions. But before Sewell was building a brand around her love of wellness and energetic connection, she had a legendary career in fashion that included opening an avant-garde boutique in London in the ’90s and working at major retailers Browns, as the buying director, and Farfetch, as the vice president of style and creative. Tune in to this episode to hear what drove Sewell to make the drastic career change, what she thinks being creative is really all about, and why she’s more fulfilled now than ever. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
03/10/2254m 34s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Jewelry Mogul Kendra Scott Talks New Book, Born to Shine

This week, Hillary speaks with Kendra Scott, designer, philanthropist, and founder of her namesake jewelry brand. Since 2002, Scott’s jewelry has been worn by women all over the country, including major celebs such as Mindy Kaling, Gwyneth Paltrow, Zendaya, and Priyanka Chopra. Today, the business is valued at over $1 billion. Behind the business, though, life hasn’t always looked as shiny as Scott's designs. She’s detailing it all in her new book, Born to Shine. Tune in for a sneak peek into everything that went into creating this incredibly personal project. Shop Born to Shine: Do Good, Find Your Joy, and Build a Life You Love here: See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
28/09/2241m 18s

Lisa "Lele" Sadoughi: Founder and Chief Creative Officer of Lele Sadoughi

Lele Sadoughi is a designer and the owner of Lele Sadoughi. She is best known for her iconic knotted, jeweled headbands seen on women such as Kate Middleton, Lady Gaga, Nicole Kidman, Mindy Kaling, and Naomi Campbell. Before striking out on her own, Sadoughi designed for brands such as Rebecca Taylor, Banana Republic, and Anthropologie. In 2006, she launched the first-ever jewelry collection for J.Crew, creating iconic pieces that are still sold today, including the well-known bubble necklace. In 2012, while working as the jewelry design director at Tory Burch, she entered her second life and founded Lele Sadoughi. In this episode, Sadoughi discusses how she designed jewelry for a whole generation of shoppers and what the winning formula is for creating pieces that are stylish, affordable, and widely appealing. Plus, we dive into her pivot to face masks during the pandemic and how she responded to a global health crisis.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
26/09/2253m 40s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Emma Roberts: Actress, Producer, and Avid Reader

Emma Roberts is an actor and producer best known for her roles in Scream Queens, American Horror Story, Holidate, and We’re the Millers. In this episode, Emma and Hillary dive into their mutual love of reading and how Emma reads books to turn them into screen adaptations for her production company, Belletrist. Emma also shares her dream role and her closet staples and favorites. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
21/09/2234m 15s

Amy Liu: Founder and CEO of Tower 28 Beauty

Amy Liu is the founder and CEO of Tower 28 Beauty, a modern beauty brand based in Southern California. Its best-selling products—from the SOS Spray to the ShineOn Lip Jelly—offer a makeup experience that’s skin-friendly, effective, and affordable. This episode, hear about how Amy got her foot in the door in the beauty industry and how she used her years of experience as a marketing director at brands such as Smashbox and Josie Maran to create her own company. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
19/09/2256m 19s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Live From New York Fashion Week With WWW Editors Eliza Huber and Lauren Eggertsen

This week, Hillary passes the mic to Who What Wear Editor Eliza Huber and Editorial Director Lauren Eggertsen, who are reporting from New York Fashion Week. This episode, hear about the trends our editors are seeing come down runways and what to expect this coming year in terms of styles, colors, and more.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
14/09/2219m 51s

Colette Dong and Aly Giampolo: Co-Founders of The Ness

Colette Dong and Aly Giampolo are the co-founders of The Ness, a digital fitness platform and workout studio in New York City. The two first met when they were working as professional dancers, and after finding that they both wanted to move on to the next chapter of their careers, they teamed up to create The Ness, a trampoline-based workout that delivers high-intensity movement with low impact on the body. In this episode, Hillary talks with Aly and Colette about their first lives as dancers and how their training informed their business philosophy. Plus, they discuss the health benefits of bouncing on a mini trampoline and what’s next for this budding fitness empire.  See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
12/09/2256m 13s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Kerry Washington on Acting, Her Upcoming Projects, and Why She Considers Herself a Textbook Aquarius

On this week's episode, contributing editor Courtney Higgs sits down with our September cover star, actress Kerry Washington. Washington is best known for her roles in the hit TV shows Scandal and Little Fires Everywhere and films such as Ray and Save the Last Dance. Her latest project, The School for Good and Evil, is a fantasy film set to come out this October, in which she’s appearing with castmates Charlize Theron and Michelle Yeoh. In this episode, Washington and Higgs talk about everything from Washington’s earliest childhood memories of swimming with her family to her purpose as an actor and why she's a self-described textbook Aquarius.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
07/09/2235m 56s

Marina Larroudé: Co-Founder and CCO of Larroudé

Marina Larroudé is the co-founder and CCO of Larroudé, a shoewear company that boasts cheerful designs paired with luxurious construction. Her shoes are made at a family friend’s factory in Brazil, where Marina is originally from. Since launching two years ago, the brand has sold shoes around the world, online, and in department stores such as Bloomingdale’s and Nordstrom. It has also collaborated with brands such as Oscar de la Renta and Barbie. Prior to starting Larroudé, Marina worked at Vogue Brasil, and after years as a market director across the Condé Nast family, she eventually became the vice president of fashion direction at Barneys New York. In this episode, Marina tells us stories of how she navigated the professional world of fashion, the lucky breaks she got, and how she actually created so much of her luck by putting in the work. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
05/09/2255m 41s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Celebrity Colorist Jenna Perry on Creating Looks for Dua Lipa, Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner, and Maude Apatow

Celebrity colorist Jenna Perry is the owner of Jenna Perry Hair, a studio in New York City that has tamed the tresses of ladies from Dua Lipa to Kendall Jenner and the Hadids. Her signature coloring techniques blend the art of painting hair with the science of formulas and coloring. In this episode, Perry explains her secret to achieving effortless hair color and why low-maintenance styles rule in her book. Plus, she shares how she entered the world of hairstyling and why she believes the best hairstyles shouldn't prevent you from living your life.  See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
31/08/2229m 41s

Courteney Cox: Actor and Founder of Homecourt

Courteney Cox is best known for her iconic role as Monica on the hit sitcom Friends, but she’s also a director, a producer, and now a businesswoman. Her newest project, Homecourt, is a brand of elevated homecare products that aims to deliver goods that are as thoughtfully designed as the skincare we use on our bodies. Think of them as beauty products for the home. Her nontoxic products include dish soap, hand soap, lotion, and surface spray, all formulated by skincare chemists and perfumers. On this episode, Cox gives us a glimpse into her early life growing up in Alabama and explains how a fateful dance with Bruce Springsteen changed the course of her career forever. Plus, she dives into what it’s like to be a business owner and what the process of creating a new brand entailed. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
29/08/2239m 12s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Fall Trends With WWW Editor Anna LaPlaca

This episode, Who What Wear editor Anna LaPlaca joins Hillary to dish on all things fall fashion. Anna shares her top runway moments, the dominating (and micro!) trends, and, of course, all the must-haves this season. LaPlaca spills on which pieces we should invest in and which we should dig out from the back of our closets. Plus, some key new items that can revamp your wardrobe. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
24/08/2225m 27s

Iskra Lawrence: Model and Co-Founder of Saltair

Iskra Lawrence is a British model, activist, and founder of Saltair, a modern bodycare line. She first landed in the spotlight in the aughts when she was a model and spokesperson for the lingerie line brand Aerie, which prominently featured unretouched photos of diverse women. To this day, Iskra does not retouch the images she posts on her social media platforms and is also a brand ambassador for the National Eating Disorders Association. At the beginning of this year, Lawrence started her first business as the founder of Saltair, a modern bodycare company branded as an everyday luxury with scents such as Santal Bloom, Black Tide, Exotic Pulp, and Seascape. This episode, Iskra and Hillary discuss her small-town British origins and what informed her earliest understandings of work. Plus, she shares her tips for financial freedom and what she’s learned as a business owner. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
22/08/2255m 33s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Garance Doré: Founder of Doré, a New French Skincare Brand

Garance Doré first rose to prominence as one of the original style bloggers, popularizing the idea of going out to the streets and taking photos of beautiful clothes in the wild. Now, she’s the founder of Doré, a skincare brand that champions simple formulas and an even simpler skincare routine. In this episode, hear how Garance first got the idea to start a skincare brand on a silent retreat and why she believes life isn’t meant to be spent in front of the mirror. Plus, she shares her wardrobe staples. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
17/08/2231m 53s

Ara Katz: Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Seed Health

Ara Katz is co-founder and co-CEO of Seed Health, a microbiome-science company pioneering innovations in probiotics and medicine to impact human and planetary health. Her flagship product, the Daily Synbiotic, is a two-in-one daily capsule containing both a probiotic and prebiotic to support gut health. Prior to starting her own science company, Katz co-founded the mobile-commerce startup Spring, where she helped launch ApplePay on the iPhone. On this episode, hear how the death of her mother sparked a lifelong curiosity in human biology and how this interest eventually led her to create a product that she hopes will revolutionize the way we take care of ourselves—starting with our insides. Plus, Katz debunks some common misconceptions around gut health. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
15/08/2257m 0s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Rina Sawayama: A Pop Star Keepin’ It Real For Our Modern Times

On this episode, Who What Wear editor Jasmine Fox-Suliaman speaks with our August cover star – singer-songwriter and model Rina Sawayama. The Japanese and British artist became an instant pop sensation back in 2020 with the release of her debut studio album, Sawayama. Rina’s musical styles range from pop to rock to electronic, and her sophomore album, Hold The Girl, is out this month. Jasmine talked to Rina about her early days as a musician when she modeled to make ends meet, why her music draws so much from trauma, and why it’s important to keep things real, especially when you’re a pop star.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
10/08/2231m 0s

Lisa Bühler: Founder and CEO of Lisa Says Gah

What exactly does “Gah!” mean? According to Lisa Bühler, it’s an outburst of joy and delight at finding something you just absolutely need in your closet. Bühler is the Founder and CEO of Lisa Says Gah, an e-commerce platform that aims to be a home for artists of the fashion industry. After a decade of working in fashion, Lisa observed its toll on the environment as well as how hard it was for smaller labels to compete with big brands. So she set out to create what she calls an “anti shop”—a place where independent design thrives and all products are made ethically and sustainably. Before starting LSG, Lisa worked as an account executive and then as a buyer for Nasty Gal, where she was in charge of sourcing dresses, outerwear, and sweaters. In this episode, Lisa shares everything from how uprooting herself inspired her to start her own business to how she grew revenue a whopping 300% during the pandemic. Plus, she very generously shares some career mistakes she’s made. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
08/08/2241m 44s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Erin Walsh: The Stylist Behind Anne Hathaway, Kerry Washington, and Other Leading Ladies

Erin believes that what you wear gives you the power to tell your story. Over the years, she’s created looks for Hollywood celebrities like Kerry Washington and Sarah Jessica Parker, and most recently, Anne Hathaway and her unforgettable looks at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. In this episode, hear how Erin got her start in styling, her philosophy around personal style, and her tips for getting dressed in the morning. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
03/08/2233m 54s

Jody Boyman: Wildlife Photographer and Co-Founder of Hungry Planet

Jody Boyman spent her first life traveling the world and photographing its wildest animals for publications such as Time and Life. But as she traveled the world, Boyman increasingly encountered a planet that was hurting from unsustainable food processes. So in 2015, she and her brother, Todd, founded Hungry Planet, a plant-based nutrition company offering meat alternatives for modern lifestyles. With products ranging from chicken to beef to crab, Boyman has created a business with the purpose of feeding the world while helping the environment, its people, and animals. On this episode, she tells the story of how she became co-founder and chief purpose officer of Hungry Planet and what she’s learned from it all. Plus, she shares what it’s like to work closely with a sibling. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
01/08/2250m 19s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Celebrity Hairstylist Justine Marjan’s Tips for Summer Haircare

Justine Marjan is a celebrity hairstylist and beauty influencer who's styled looks for clients such as Olivia Culpo and Khloé Kardashian. In this episode, hear how Justine’s meteoric rise was fueled by a strong sense of curiosity and grit. Plus, Justine gives her tips on summer haircare.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
27/07/2233m 26s

Ayana Gray: New York Times Best-Selling Author of Beasts of Prey

Ayana Gray’s debut fantasy novel, Beasts of Prey, captured the attention of young-adult readers around the world when it was published last year. It’s since been translated into 10 languages, and it’s even being adapted for a feature film with Netflix. The story follows two Black teenagers as they venture into a magical jungle to hunt down a vicious monster. It’s the first in a trilogy, and her second book, Beasts of Ruin, is out this week. Before becoming a professional writer, Gray worked in higher education, fundraising for the University of Florida and the University of Arkansas. On this episode, Gray shares how her first life as a researcher helped her build the magical world of her series and how she learned to let go and trust her collaborators when the time came to put her pencil down. Plus, she tells the unbelievable story of how she found a whopping 43 agents for her very first book.  See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
25/07/2255m 6s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Navigating Summer Sales With WWW Market Director Bobby Schuessler

On this week’s episode, WWW’s very own market director, Bobby Schuessler, comes on the show to give us his biggest tips for navigating summer sales. He shares his advice on how to score the best pieces at the best prices and the trends it’s not too late to join in on.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
20/07/2222m 48s

Ty Haney: Founder of Outdoor Voices, Try Your Best, and Joggy

Ty Haney has returned to the show! The founder of Outdoor Voices has launched a new venture called Try Your Best—a blockchain-based platform that connects brands to consumers, who give their input for rewards such as digital coins. On this episode, Hillary and Haney discuss why this serial entrepreneur is betting big on the blockchain, how TYB aims to wrestle power from tech, and… the surprising fitness supplement she’s created with cannabinoids. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
18/07/2246m 45s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Celebrity Dentist Dr. Apa Gives the Scoop on Celebrity Smiles

Dr. Apa is a celebrity-beloved cosmetic dentist whose patients include the Olsen twins, Chloë Sevigny, Lucy Hale, and Spike Lee. He has pioneered a revolutionary technique of creating and setting unique veneers according to a person’s facial structure. In this episode, he gives Hillary the inside scoop on what makes Hollywood smiles look natural. Plus, he’s sharing how to find a dentist you can trust and some tips on oral hygiene that you probably haven’t heard before.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
13/07/2236m 26s

Steph Chen: Founder and CEO of Anyday

Steph Chen is the founder and CEO of Anyday—a modern cookware brand that makes products just for the microwave. Anyday dishes help you poach, toast, blanch, and even simmer food using the humble microwave. So far, the company has amassed major fans, including Momofuku founder David Chang. Steph was born in Hong Kong and moved to California when she was just three years old. After college, her father invited her to join the family business. Instead, she chose to explore a few different lives: Steph cooked in a restaurant in Hong Kong, worked at a plant-based company called Eat Just, and has even assisted Alice Waters at her iconic Chez Panisse. This episode, hear Steph’s journey to creating her own cookware line centered around the microwave, and why she’s betting big on this overlooked kitchen appliance. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
11/07/2250m 55s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Chris Horan, Stylist for Barbie Ferreira, Charli XCX, and Benny Drama

Chris Horan has styled looks for Hollywood’s newest and most-daring generation of entertainers—from Euphoria’s Barbie Ferreira and her pearl dress at the Met Gala to Charli XCX’s all-leather looks for her North American tour. In this episode, hear how Chris began his styling career as a teenager growing up outside Los Angeles. He also shares how he works through his creative process and the essential items he keeps in his kit.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
06/07/2235m 28s

Kimberly Snyder: Founder of Solluna, Best-Selling Author, and Holistic Wellness Expert

Kimberly Snyder is a nutritionist, holistic wellness expert, best-selling author, and founder of Solluna. After college, Kimberly traveled the world to learn how people eat. She found that the old saying, “You are what you eat” isn’t quite true—rather, you are what you digest. Kimberly took what she learned and wrote the Beauty Detox book series, while also working as a Hollywood nutritionist for clients like Drew Barrymore, Reese Witherspoon, and Channing Tatum. This episode, hear how her journey as a writer and nutritionist took new shape after the unexpected death of her mother, and how this sparked her interest in holistic wellness and entrepreneurship. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
04/07/2254m 39s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Fashion Designer Thakoon Panichgul's Pivot to Direct-to-Consumer Business

Fashion designer Thakoon Panichgul became an industry darling when he was one of three recipients of the prestigious CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund in 2006. More than a decade has passed since, and the Thai American designer is ushering his namesake brand into a new era with the same clean construction—this time with a direct-to-consumer business model. On this episode, Panichgul shares how he’s adapting to a changing fashion landscape and what he’s learned along the way. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
29/06/2236m 14s

Deepica Mutyala: Live Tinted Founder and CEO

Deepica Mutyala knew she wanted to start a beauty brand at 16 years old. After a viral video gave her the opportunity, she went on to do just that. Mutyala is the founder and CEO of Live Tinted, a makeup company on a mission to champion beauty for all skin tones. Her products work on addressing skin concerns such as hyperpigmentation and dark spots, with a focus on making products for all shades. The brand is also known for its best-selling Huestick, which is an eye, lip, and cheek product that balances skin tone. At one point, it had a 10,000-person waiting list. Before founding Live Tinted, Mutyala worked at Victoria’s Secret as an inventory analyst and Birchbox, where she managed brand development and strategy. On this episode, hear how Mutyala treated every day like business school and then took advantage of a unique opportunity to fulfill a childhood dream. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
27/06/2253m 15s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: The #PillowTalkDerm, Shereene Idriss, Mythbusts Mainstream Skincare

Shereene Idriss, MD, aka the Pillow Talk Derm, has made a name for herself by being honest and transparent not only to patients at Idriss Dermatology in NYC, but also with half a million followers on Instagram who flock to her #PillowTalkDerm series for a no-BS take on products and treatments, plus education grounded in skincare science. On this episode, Idriss shares with Hillary her opinion on what is and isn’t worth spending your money on, what factors to consider when building out a skincare regimen, and the drugstore staples everyone should own.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
22/06/2242m 56s

Melanie Masarin: Founder and CEO of Ghia

Ghia founder and CEO Melanie Masarin grew up in Lyon, France. Lyon is a city that prizes its alcohol, which is often on the table and shared with friends and family. But when Masarin felt sluggish after a night of drinking wine, she found herself reaching for nonalcoholic beverages. When she couldn’t find a mocktail as interesting and intricate as the cocktails she loves, she set out to create her own. Hence, Ghia—a line of drinks inspired by Mediterranean aperitivo culture, including recipes such as Agrodolce and Sweet Solo—was born. On this episode, hear how Masarin drew from her experience heading retail at Glossier and strategy at Dig Inn to create a new type of beverage brand. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
20/06/2244m 4s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Sadie Sink on Growing Up, Plus Everything Stranger Things Season 4

On this week's episode, Who What Wear fashion editor Anna LaPlaca is sitting down with our June cover star, actress Sadie Sink. At just 15 years old, she was cast as the lovable Max Mayfield in the hit Netflix series Stranger Things and is now in her 20s. With three seasons of the show under Sink's belt, she's reflecting on what it means to grow up on set and the professional lessons she's learned along the way. Plus, she discusses her favorite looks from the WWW cover shoot. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
15/06/2221m 34s

Meg Strachan: Dorsey Founder and CEO

Dorsey CEO and founder Meg Strachan built her jewelry business by betting on classic vintage pieces at an accessible price. She started Dorsey two years ago and was its only employee for much of that time. She got the idea for the company while working as a vice president in the e-commerce space, where she had over 15 years of experience at places such as Goop, Anine Bing, and Carbon38. In this episode, Hillary and Meg discuss the business lessons Meg learned through her years in the ready-to-wear industry and how that informed her very successful solo project.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
13/06/2254m 49s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: The Hottest Swim Trends for Summer With WWW’s Editorial Director Lauren Eggertsen and Poosh Content Director Michelle Scanga

Hillary is joined by WWW Editorial Director Lauren Eggertsen and Poosh Content Director Michelle Scanga. As swimwear fanatics, Lauren and Michelle are eager to discuss the biggest swim trends for the summer ahead from celebrity-favorite brands to the cool new designers on the scene. The ladies share so many thoughts on how to be your most stylish self on any budget, whether you’re headed to the Amalfi Coast or a casual pool day.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
08/06/2231m 24s

Jacey Duprie: Damsel in Dior Founder, Creative Director, and Author

For over a decade, Jacey Duprie has been a digital entrepreneur at the forefront of the social-influencer phenomenon with the fashion and lifestyle brand Damsel in Dior, where she has garnered the attention of over two million monthly viewers across her social media platforms. Now, she’s stepping into the role of creative director for Wyeth, a new fashion brand that will open at Platform in Culver City this fall. On June 7, she is releasing a new book, Liking Myself Back, where she delves into her self-made success as a modern digital entrepreneur and the lessons she’s learned along the way. Yet before she became one of today’s top fashion and lifestyle influencers with millions of followers, she actually began her career at after earning her degree in journalism and professional writing. She then made the move to Los Angeles to work for E! as an executive assistant to the VP of talent, which eventually led her to Imagine Entertainment. She then landed a role as the fashion and editorial assistant at before officially making Damsel in Dior her full-time career. On this episode of Second Life, hear how Duprie paved her own path to success in a brand-new industry and everything she has learned in between.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
06/06/2250m 26s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: WWW Travels: A Fashion Insider’s Take on Where to Go and What to Pack This Summer

Our very own Anna LaPlaca is back on the pod this week, bringing us inside her new series, Who What Wear Travels. Think of this as your summer travel report through the lens of a fashion insider, featuring the coolest destinations the style set is heading to this year and, of course, what they’re bringing along for some truly unforgettable getaways. Plus, Anna dishes on the most Pinterest-worthy hotels, highly rated travel products, and the must-pack resort trends you’ll be seeing all over your timeline.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
01/06/2232m 32s

Eunice Byun: Material Co-Founder and CEO

As the co-founder and CEO of Material, Eunice Byun is modernizing the cooking experience through high-quality, thoughtfully designed tools for the kitchen. Since its launch in 2018, Material has been featured in publications such as NYT Cooking and Forbes and featured on GQ’s Best Stuff list. Behind the scenes, Byun uses Material's growing platform to amplify AAPI voices. But before she became a brand founder of her own, she actually had a career in corporate America at Goldman Sachs as a financial analyst. She then went on to help launch and advise several startups in the consumer space and eventually became the VP of global marketing at Revlon. On this episode of Second Life, find how Byun decided to make the pivot—and take a big leap of faith—to start her own company rooted in integrity in and out of the kitchen.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
30/05/2257m 8s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Your Official Guide to Wedding Season: Tips, Trends, and the TikTok-Famous Dress

Do you have more weddings than ever on your calendar this summer? You’re not alone. We’re calling in the experts—Who What Wear Editor in Chief Kat Collings and senior market editor Nicole Eshaghpour—to chat through decoding wedding invites, what to wear where, and the TikTok sensation that’s been deemed the perfect wedding guest dress. Plus, they're offering their two very different takes on where to save money when preparing for an entire wedding season and what is and isn’t appropriate to ask of guests when you are the bride yourself. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
25/05/2235m 8s

Kelly Mi Li: Entrepreneur, Producer, and Star of Bling Empire

You know Kelly Mi Li from the beloved Netflix show Bling Empire, which she is a star and executive producer of. But prior to her reality-show fame, the Chinese American serial entrepreneur, film and television producer, and investor had built an empire of her own. Mi Li has created her own production company, Wet Paws Media; established one of the first and most successful tech incubators in Los Angeles; worked on major food and beverage projects in Los Angeles; and even tapped into real estate development. Prior to creating a name for herself as an entrepreneur across multiple industries, Mi Li actually worked in life insurance in Chicago. On this episode of Second Life, find out how Mi Li has pivoted not once, not twice but about six times throughout her ever-evolving career. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
23/05/2244m 33s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Amy Odell on Writing and Researching the Definitive Biography of Anna Wintour, Anna

Fashion and culture journalist Amy Odell has just released the highly anticipated definitive biography of Vogue Editor in Chief and cultural icon Anna Wintour. Anna is a highly researched and detailed account of everything you’ve wanted to know about the powerful woman behind the blunt bob and sunglasses. But when writing a book about the most influential woman in media, how do you get her closest confidants to agree to speak with you? Do you reveal your intention to Anna herself? How do you decide which personal encounters to trust? Amy’s here to answer all those questions and more.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
18/05/2241m 25s

Paula Sutton: Creator and Stylist of Hill House Vintage

Paula Sutton is the stylist and creator behind Hill House Vintage, where her English-countryside style comes to life through whimsical imagery of her home and garden. Sutton has garnered an audience of over half a million followers on Instagram and has become an author, debuting her first book, Hill House Living: The Art of Creating a Joyful Life, just last year. While Sutton has found her stride in slow-paced, thoughtful content creation, her early career looked quite different. After starting off as a press officer for Elite Premier model agency in London, she worked in fashion PR and as a model agent before landing at Elle, where she was the bookings director. If that sounds like a lot to squeeze in, that’s because Sutton was moving at a mile a minute for many years. On this episode of Second Life, find out how Sutton’s transition from city living to the countryside actually foreshadowed a synonymous career evolution that led her to build a brand that sparks true joy.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
16/05/2251m 24s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Celebrity-Beloved Personal Shopper Gab Waller on Finding Fashion’s Most Important Pieces

Gab Waller—known as celebrities’ secret shopping weapon—is an Australian entrepreneur and personal shopper. Growing her business via the Instagram account @gabwallerdotcom, Gab sources sold-out or in-demand items for high-profile clients like Hailey Bieber, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, and the Kardashians, often within 24 hours or less. On this episode, Gab is bringing us inside her world—one many folks don’t know exists—and revealing the most sought-after items of the moment, plus tips for tracking down the one that got away.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
11/05/2231m 27s

Jessie Inchauspé: Biochemist and Founder of Glucose Goddess

Jessie Inchauspé is the brilliant biochemist, best-selling author, and founder behind the massive Instagram Glucose Goddess. With over half a million followers, Inchauspé has created a movement to help people reconnect with their bodies through an awareness around the effects glucose levels have on everything from sleep to energy levels to skin—AKA glucose monitoring. In just a few years, Inchauspé has made the importance of glucose health more mainstream through her practical, tangible hacks in order to live one’s best life alongside her first best-selling book, Glucose Revolution. But before Inchauspé set out to start a health revolution, she began her career in Silicon Valley after receiving her master’s degree in biochemistry. There, she worked with the personal genomics and biotechnology company 23andMe, where she would become a senior product manager. On this episode of Second Life, find out how Inchauspé’s career path unexpectedly catapulted her into finding a niche field of health research that feels like a calling. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
09/05/2250m 53s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Dakota Johnson, Sophie Turner, and Julianne Moore's Stylist, Kate Young, on Met Gala Looks and History

Kate Young is a legendary and prolific stylist with clients such as Selena Gomez and Natalie Portman. She’s also a Met Gala expert, having dressed celebrities for over a decade for the event, and she even worked it herself back in her days as an editor at Vogue. Young is here to break down all things Met Gala, including how she interpreted this year’s theme and a look at how she styled Dakota Johnson (Gucci), Julianne Moore (Tom Ford), and Sophie Turner (Louis Vuitton) for the event.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
04/05/2233m 46s

Pati Jinich: James Beard Award–Winning Chef and NYT Best-Selling Cookbook Author

Pati Jinich is a food extraordinaire. Not only is she an acclaimed chef known for exploring the rich culture of Mexico through food, but she is also the creator and host of the Emmy-nominated and James Beard Foundation award–winning PBS series Pati's Mexican Table. She is the author of New York Times best-selling cookbook Treasures of the Mexican Table, and she is the creator of the culinary program at the Mexican Cultural Institute in Washington, D.C., where she teaches classes rooted in Mexican history and tradition. On this episode, learn how a first life as a political analyst at a think tank in D.C. unexpectedly led Jinich to food, where she found her ultimate calling in contributing to a shared understanding between her two home countries, Mexico and the U.S.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
02/05/2256m 20s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: The Chantecaille Mother-Daughter Trio on Building an Innovative Clean-Beauty Line—20 Years Ago

On this episode, we have a real Chantecaille party with mother Sylvie and daughters Alex and Olivia, who are the beauty experts—and family—behind the plant-powered botanical skincare and cosmetic line Chantecaille. Known as an innovator within clean beauty for over 20 years, Chantecaille creates high-performance products beloved by celebrity and makeup artists alike, but that’s not where it ends. Since 2006, the brand has helped raise awareness for the oceans, coral reefs, and endangered animals such as gorillas and elephants with over 53 conservation-inspired products, 31 philanthropic partners, and $3 million donated. With Mother’s Day right around the corner, the Chantecailles are here to talk about some of their absolute favorite products for various skin types and aesthetics as well as plenty of gift ideas for all the moms in your life.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
27/04/2232m 33s

Saskia van Gendt: Environmental Scientist and Rothy's Head of Sustainability

As an environmental scientist and head of sustainability at fashion brand Rothy’s, Saskia van Gendt works to develop strategies that minimize the environmental impact of the company’s supply chain through innovations in materials, production, fulfillment, and beyond. In March of 2021, she led an initiative committed to achieving circular production by 2023, pioneering a closed-loop footwear system and recycling over 20,000 pairs of shoes by the end of 2021 alone. But before Rothy’s and before she began working with consumer goods altogether, she worked on a very different side of sustainability in her seven-year career at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. On this episode of Second Life, find out how van Gendt was able to transition her expertise into a consumer-facing role and foster real growth and change within an industry that needs it the most.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
25/04/2252m 48s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Zoey Deutch on Starring in The Outfit, Her Love of Suits, and Beauty Obsessions

Zoey Deutch is an actress and producer known for starring in major projects such as The Politician, Set It Up, and Before I Fall. On this episode, she discusses her most recent film, The Outfit, in which she plays the receptionist and confidant to a British suit maker in Chicago who must outsmart a dangerous group of criminals to survive one fateful night. Deutch explains that from red carpet to date night, her favorite outfits tend to be—fittingly—suits! She also dishes on her off-duty personal style and the beauty and skincare products she can’t live without. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
20/04/2233m 34s

Garcelle Beauvais: Actor, Model, Author, and The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Star

Garcelle Beauvais is an absolute powerhouse. After immigrating to the United States from Haiti at just 7 years old, she sought an early career as a fashion model in New York. Her career in modeling eventually led to her first significant career pivot to acting, including roles in movies and shows such as Coming to America, The Jaime Foxx Show, NYPD Blue, and Curb Your Enthusiasm. She is also on the hit Bravo reality TV show The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills as the first-ever Black castmate of the show. Aside from her time in the Hollywood spotlight, though, Beauvais has evolved her career as an author. On April 12, she released her highly anticipated memoir, Love Me as I Am, detailing her life from Haiti to Hollywood and all of the emotions in between. On this episode of Second Life, find out how Beauvais persevered through multiple challenging industries and how she continues to learn invaluable lessons along the way.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
18/04/2239m 53s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Dakota Fanning on Her Latest Role in Showtime's The First Lady, Growing Up in the Spotlight, and Nighttime Rituals

On this week’s episode, Who What Wear fashion editor Eliza Huber is sitting down with our April cover star, actress and producer Dakota Fanning. With an impressive two decades under her belt as an actor (she’s only 28, by the way), Fanning is well seasoned in navigating both her career and personal life within the spotlight. In this episode, she talks about striking that balance and her latest role in Showtime’s The First Lady, in which she plays Betty Ford’s daughter Susan Ford. Plus, she’s sharing her favorite red carpet looks of all time, nighttime rituals, and current TV obsessions. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
13/04/2236m 38s

Jewel: Singer, Songwriter, and Mental Health Advocate

We’ve known Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Jewel since her 1995 debut album, Pieces of You, which went 12-times platinum and includes hits such as “Who Will Save Your Soul” and “You Were Meant for Me.” Now, she is gearing up to release her first studio album in seven years, Freewheelin' Woman, on April 15. Throughout her career in music, though, Jewel has added a few more accolades to her name, including New York Times best-selling author and mental health advocate. As the latter, she’s worked alongside her Inspiring Children Foundation for two decades, providing mentorship and mental health resources to at-risk youth and equipping them with a mindfulness tool kit she discovered herself during her most trying moments in life—and there were plenty. On this episode of Second Life, find out how Jewel has navigated the highs and lows of her entire multifaceted career and how, by prioritizing her happiness above all else, she’s making her life her best hit.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
11/04/2257m 33s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Doja Cat’s Creative Director, Brett Alan Nelson, on Versace Grammys Looks, Planet Her Music Videos, and Festival Season

Brett Alan Nelson is a genius creative director and stylist who’s worked with megastars like Karol G, Lizzo, and Nicki Minaj. On today’s episode, we’re here to talk about his longstanding and prolific relationship with Grammy Award–winning Doja Cat. Brett is here to bring us inside creating the imaginative worlds he’s been cooking up for Doja’s latest album, Planet Her—from live performances to red carpets to all the music videos we can’t get enough of. Plus, hear about how Doja's Versace looks came together for Sunday night’s Grammys and what the pair have in store for Coachella and the rest of festival season ahead.Check out the music videos we discussed in this episode below:Kiss Me More: to Know: Into It (Yuh): Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
06/04/2234m 48s

Whitney Beatty and Ebony Andersen: Josephine and Billie’s CEO and COO

Whitney Beatty and Ebony Andersen, the pair behind the L.A.-based dispensary Josephine & Billie’s, are completely shifting the cannabis narrative. They are setting a new industry precedent with a mission to bring first-in-class cannabis education, access, and community to women of color through an elevated retail experience. Yet before they set out to transform the cannabis industry, their careers looked exponentially different. Beatty had a highly successful career in entertainment, eventually ending up in the unscripted space at Telepictures, where she was the SVP of development. Andersen served as an urban planner for Riverside and Ventura counties in California before starting her own land-use consulting firm. On this episode, find out how Beatty and Andersen made their way to cannabis, and persevered through a harrowing path to create a seismic impact on their community. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
04/04/221h 10m

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Kristen Stewart and Jessie Buckley's Hairstylist Adir Abergel on Creating Oscars Magic

Adir Abergel is the creative director of innovative haircare line Virtue Labs and hairstylist to the stars. He is behind the locks of celebrities such as Jennifer Garner, Charlize Theron, and longtime client Kristen Stewart. This week, Abergel is breaking down what went into preparing his clients for the Oscars this year. He styled two nominated women for Hollywood’s biggest event, Jessie Buckley and Kristen Stewart. Plus, he offers a window inside his extensive research, his creative process, and, of course, his favorite products, including everything new from Virtue Labs.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
30/03/2241m 59s

Alison Loehnis: President of Luxury and Fashion at Net-a-Porter, Mr Porter, and The Outnet

Chances are you're familiar with the top online luxury  fashion retailers—Net-a-Porter, The Outnet, and Mr Porter. At the helm of those premier shopping destinations is the president of luxury and fashion, Alison Loehnis. Since joining Net-a-Porter in 2007, Loehnis has evolved the business through major moments of strategic growth, including the launches of The Outnet in 2009 and Mr Porter in 2011 and a merger with Italian online fashion retailer Yoox in 2015. However, before Loehnis was spearheading the world’s leading luxury retailers for men and women, her career was quite dynamic. From working at advertising agency Saatchi & Saatchi to joining the team at perhaps the biggest luxury corporation in the world—LVMH—to becoming a creative executive at Disney, Loehnis has truly done it all. On this episode, find out how Loehnis’s past career experiences have led her to become one of the most influential women in fashion retail.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
28/03/2254m 49s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: 24-Year-Old Shilpa Yarlagadda on Empowering Women Through Fine Jewelry Brand Shiffon

Shilpa Yarlagadda is a 24-year-old Harvard senior whose ethical fine jewelry line is worn by some of the most influential women of today, including Michelle Obama, Nicole Kidman, Amanda Gorman, and Serena Williams. With her company, Shiffon, Shilpa aims to empower women by donating profits from the sale of the signature Duet Pinky Ring to other female entrepreneurs. Tune in to hear everything from how she launched the company out of her dorm room back in 2017 to what it was like breaking into the diamond industry of New York. Plus, she breaks down what “ethical” jewelry really is.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
23/03/2240m 25s

Victoria Beckham and Sarah Creal: Co-Founders of Victoria Beckham Beauty

Victoria Beckham is unstoppable. She has become a style icon—both with her influential personal style and her eponymous ready-to-wear line—and, most recently, a beauty connoisseur with the launch of the clean, inclusive, high-performance beauty brand Victoria Beckham Beauty. With Sarah Creal as the CEO and Beckham as the creative director, the brand has grown tremendously into retailers such as Net-a-Porter and Violet Grey while maintaining unparalleled standards. But both women have quite the backstory. Creal started in product development for some of the biggest brands in the industry, such as Tom Ford, Prada, Estée Lauder, and Bobbi Brown, and as I’m sure you know, Beckham spent her early career touring the world with the Spice Girls. The group produced three studio albums, selling over 100 million records worldwide, making them the best-selling girl group of all time—iconic. She then went on to put out her own album as a solo artist before launching into a fashion career with the acclaimed success of her clothing line. On this episode of Second Life, find out how Beckham and Creal made major career pivots that landed them at the helm of a successful beauty empire. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
21/03/2256m 41s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Spring Trends Our Editors Love, Featuring Insta-Famous Accessories, Miu Miu Minis, and New Balance's Sold-Out Collabs

Spring is upon us, and we’re ready to dress the part. This week, Hillary is joined by Who What Wear Editorial Director Lauren Eggertsen, Market Director Bobby Schuessler, senior editor Kristen Nichols, and Editor in Chief Kat Collings to discuss all of the emerging trends for the season ahead, including the accessories that are sure to become Instagram famous, the miniskirts that have already gone viral, and the sneakers that keep selling out.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
16/03/2242m 26s

Alli Webb: Drybar Founder and President of Canopy

Alli Webb is back! When we spoke with her back in 2018, premier blowout destination Drybar had become a household name with over 100 locations nationwide and a beloved line of products and styling tools sold at major retailers. In her first episode, Webb detailed the journey of  her career from fashion and PR to creating the blowout empire. Since then, a lot has changed. The line of products and tools was acquired for $225 million, and Webb stepped away from the business in a major way, freeing her to launch an additional three companies, including the innovative massage concept Squeeze, talk therapy company Okay Humans, and jewelry brand Becket + Quill. Her most recent pivot, however, is taking on the president role at Canopy, the world’s cleanest humidifier for beauty and skincare. On this episode, find out how Webb went through a personal and professional transformation that’s left her more fulfilled than ever.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
14/03/2255m 16s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Bridal Designer Danielle Frankel on Creating Fashion’s Favorite Bridal Gowns

Danielle Hirsch is the brilliant bridal designer behind Danielle Frankel Studio. Her designs are fashion-person favorites, and she is known within the industry for driving the entire bridal category forward with her ability to marry nostalgia and tradition with modernity. In 2019, she was chosen as the first bridal designer to participate in the annual CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund. In this week’s episode, Hirsch talks about designing custom gowns in her New York atelier, drawing inspiration from the brides themselves, and all of the things to consider when searching for your perfect dress.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
09/03/2236m 21s

Robin Arzón: VP and Head Instructor at Peloton, Ultramarathoner, and Best-Selling Author

Robin Arzón, head instructor and VP of programming at Peloton, is a force to be reckoned with. She has built a devoted community through her loyal riders at Peloton and 960k followers on Instagram who are drawn to her high energy, intense drive, and unwavering encouragement, and she’s a two-time best-selling author, writing Shut Up and Run and her most recent children’s book, Strong Mama. But before Arzón was running ultramarathons and training the masses, she had a seven-year career as a corporate lawyer. And that’s not the surprising part: Arzón didn’t even grow up as an athlete. In fact, as a kid, she’d say she was “allergic to exercise.” So how did she become one of the most celebrated trainers today? It started when Arzón found healing from trauma through movement in her 20s, and eventually, her love for athletics eclipsed her career goals as a corporate lawyer.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
07/03/2246m 4s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Keke Palmer on Shifting Perspectives, Evolving Narratives, and Empowering Culture Through Art

On this episode, Who What Wear editor Jasmine Fox-Suliaman speaks with our March cover star—actress, singer, producer, and writer Keke Palmer. From starring in movies such as Akeelah and the Bee and Hustlers and playing Cinderella on Broadway to creating her beloved TikToks, hosting the Met Gala, and co-authoring a series of short stories, Palmer continues to expand her groundbreaking career in every direction. She’s here to talk about finding her way through success, celebrity, and her most fulfilling work; the power art holds in shifting perspective and culture; and her highly anticipated upcoming projects, including Alice, in theaters March 18, and Jordan Peele’s Nope, out this July.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
02/03/2245m 29s

Sally Mueller: Womaness Co-Founder and CEO

As the co-founder and CEO of Womaness, Sally Mueller is determined to shift the menopause narrative through a high-performance collection of modern products created by women for women and a community that provides unlimited inspiration. In less than a year since its launch, Womaness has generated over $2 million in sales via its website and partnership with Target and has sold over 11,000 units of its top-selling neck cream, Let’s Neck. But before Mueller began revolutionizing the art of aging for women in their 40s, 50s, and beyond, she spent over two decades of her career working her way up at Target, from merchandising analyst to senior marketing executive. She then left to help other companies create strategic partnerships to build their brand presence, including at Who What Wear, where she launched the activewear line JoyLab and incubated the skincare line Versed. On this episode of Second Life, find out how her past experiences culminated in the launch of her own successful brand that is changing the game for a previously ignored demographic of women. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
28/02/2254m 55s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Euphoria’s Makeup Artist, Doniella Davy, on Challenging Beauty Norms and Embracing Creative Expression

Doniella Davy is the creative genius behind the beauty looks on HBO’s Euphoria. This week, she takes us inside her creative process and the techniques she uses to evoke symbolism, drama, and emotion through the character aesthetics. She’s pulling back the curtain on the show’s glam and gore, from Maddy’s sharp winged eyeliner to Cassie’s sparkling tears to Nate’s prosthetics after getting beat up. Davy also shares her favorite products used on the show and where to get them while you wait for her own Euphoria-inspired line, Half Magic, to drop in May.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
23/02/2233m 16s

Chrishell Stause: Actress, Selling Sunset Star, and Luxury Real Estate Agent

At the heart of the massively successful Netflix docuseries Selling Sunset is actress, reality television star, and luxury real estate agent Chrishell Stause. Recently, Stause added author to her impressive list of accolades, as she just released her new memoir, Under Construction, in which she reveals the intimate details of her life and career prior to becoming a reality star and real estate agent. The memoir also includes never-before-told stories about her first career in daytime soap operas. Stause made a name for herself within the industry, acting in successful shows such as All My Children and Days of Our Lives. On this episode of Second Life, find out how she has continued to evolve—both personally and professionally.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
21/02/2244m 45s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: ​​Staud’s Sarah Staudinger on the Next It Bag, Collabs With New Balance, and Larry David

This week, Sarah Staudinger, co-founder and creative director of Staud, is giving us an inside look at the inner workings of her celebrity- and fashion girl–beloved brand. Sarah tells us about the Japanese philosophy that’s inspiring her upcoming collection, her predictions for the next It bag on the horizon, and the now internet-famous reaction of Larry David at her spring 2022 fashion show. Plus, she’s sharing her weekend edit of must-pack items for a variety of getaways.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
16/02/2235m 8s

Gabby Bernstein: Motivational Speaker, Spiritual Leader, and Best-Selling Author

Gabby Bernstein’s mission is simple: to encourage people to become the happiest person they know. The motivational speaker, podcast host, and New York Times best-selling author has written nine books to date, including The Universe Has Your Back, Super Attractor, and her latest, Happy Days (out on February 22). She is also the host of a weekly podcast, Dear Gabby, and has a coaching subscription, the Miracle Membership, where she offers grounded advice. Plus, she was featured on Oprah’s highly esteemed SuperSoul Sunday as a “next-generation thought leader” and as a part of the SuperSoul 100. However, before she was paving her own path in the self-help space, Bernstein’s career looked entirely different. She spent her 20s working in public relations for nightclubs and restaurants in New York, and she even built her own PR firm. On this episode of Second Life, find out how Bernstein found her way from burnout and addiction to enlightened spirituality.Pre-order here: Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
14/02/2253m 55s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Nyakio Grieco of Thirteen Lune on Black- and Brown-Founded Brands to Shop Now and Forever

Nyakio Grieco is the entrepreneur behind two game-changing brands within beauty—her eponymous skincare brand Nyakio and, most recently, the platform Thirteen Lune. Founded in 2020, Thirteen Lune is a beauty retailer highlighting Black- and Brown-founded and allied brands. In addition to the beautiful online destination, you’ll be able to find the brands in over 300 JCPenney stores by the end of 2022. Grieco is here to tell us all about her favorite products to add to our beauty routines. Plus, she’s giving us a sneak peek at a new line she has on the horizon.We talk about a lot of good products in this episode, and you can find them all in the story linked here: Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
09/02/2230m 16s

Steph Hon: Cadence Founder and CEO

Steph Hon is the founder and CEO behind Cadence, a brand created to provide a sense of organization and ease no matter where you may be, through endlessly refillable, durable, magnetic containers for personal care items. Its signature product, the Cadence Capsules, are TSA compliant; customizable by color and label; sustainable; and made from recycled and ocean-bound plastic—and are repeatedly sold out online. But before Hon designed the ultimate travel solution, she worked as a video editor and creative at Reel Rock, the production company behind some of the biggest rock climbing documentaries of all time like Free Solo and The Alpinist. On this episode of Second Life, find out how Hon shifted her frustrations into a burgeoning brand, making adventure accessible and easier for everyone. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
07/02/2249m 19s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Euphoria’s Barbie Ferreira on Embodying Characters Through Fashion, Plus Her Virginia Woolf–Inspired Cover Shoot

This week on the podcast, editor Anna LaPlaca interviews actress, model, and breakout Euphoria star Barbie Ferreira. Barbie tells us what it’s like to return to the show after more than two years between seasons and lets us in Kat Hernandez's inner world. She also takes us inside her February Who What Wear cover shoot (inspired by Virginia Woolf's Orlando), chats about her favorite brands at the moment, and shares how she embodies characters through fashion on and off set. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
02/02/2232m 45s

Sunny Hostin: Co-Host of The View and New York Times Best-Selling Author

Sunny Hostin is a force to be reckoned with—she is a television host, a multi-platform journalist, a New York Times best-selling author, and an attorney, after all. In 2016, Hostin joined the Emmy Award–winning daytime talk show The View, for which she’s won three Emmys as a co-host. Hostin is also a best-selling author of two books: her memoir I am These Truths and her fiction novel, Summer on the Bluffs, which is now evolving into a trilogy and television series. She is also at the helm of a new production company in partnership with ABC, committed to uplifting diverse story-telling. Hostin’s career is nothing short of monumental as she continues to accomplish major milestones within the media industry, but before she was a key change-maker in the space, she was known as an attorney who worked her way up from the Maryland Court of Appeals to becoming a federal prosecutor. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
31/01/2257m 18s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Rodarte Designers Kate and Laura Mulleavy on Film, the Mushroom Dress, and Their Imaginative World

Kate and Laura Mulleavy are the brilliant minds behind the fashion label Rodarte. Since 2005, the sisters have been creating some of fashion’s most coveted looks, and their work has been seen on stylish women such as Kirsten Dunst and Lady Gaga and in museums around the world, including in the permanent collection at the Met. On this episode, they bring us inside their spring/summer 2022 collection, discuss how their showstopping Mushroom Dress came together, speak to the influence film has had on their work— including costume designing for Black Swan—and reveal just how those epic photo campaigns come together. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
26/01/2242m 18s

Dana Ward: Barefoot Scientist Founder and President

Dana Ward, the founder and president of Barefoot Scientist, has brought premium footcare products to the mainstream. After years of extensive research and product development, Ward created a brand nourishing the feet with the same level of luxury we give our face, hair, and body, with best-selling products such as PreHeels+ Blister Prevention Spray and Reboot Exfoliating Foot Peel. But before she was building a brand carried everywhere from Ulta to Rite Aid to podiatry offices around the nation, Ward was experiencing the need for footcare solutions firsthand. In her first life, Ward hosted, produced, and wrote over 7500 segments for outlets including E! Entertainment, NBC, Sony, and Clevver Media—the latter was where she was responsible for content strategy and production at the single most-viewed entertainment news network on YouTube. Who would have thought working those long hours on the red carpet in Hollywood would lead Ward to a footcare empire? See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
24/01/2252m 56s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Beyoncé's Stylist Zerina Akers on Her Emmy-Winning Costume Design for Black Is King and Founding Black Owned Everything

Best known for her work with Beyoncé as both her personal stylist and the costume designer for Emmy Award–winning Black Is King, Zerina Akers is showing no sign of slowing down. Recently, her work with Megan Thee Stallion has been nothing short of superb; the collections she designed for Macy’s have almost completely sold out; and she’s continually building her e-commerce marketplace called Black Owned Everything, which seeks to incubate, amplify, and empower a community of brands to reach diverse and engaged audiences. On this episode, get a peek inside her brilliant mind—including the behind-the-scenes stories you don’t want to miss.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
19/01/2239m 0s

Karla Gallardo and Shilpa Shah: Cuyana Co-Founders

In 2011, a new brand launched that would soon rewrite the minimalist’s playbook: Cuyana. Co-Founders Karla Gallardo and Shilpa Shah built a brand centered on intentional design and buying, establishing Cuyana’s ethos as “fewer, better.” Today, Cuyana has grown to eight stores nationwide and is known for timeless collections of premium leather accessories and luxe wardrobe essentials, from alpaca and cashmere. Yet before Gallardo and Shah began setting a new standard in the industry, their early career lives were shockingly different. Gallardo worked at Goldman Sachs as an investment banking analyst, and Shah began her career in interaction design, where she gained over 15 years of experience designing web and mobile interfaces for companies such as Disney, AT&T, and Sun Microsystems. On this episode of Second Life, find out how Gallardo and Shah came together to create a dynamic, strategic brand without losing sight of their mission. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
17/01/2255m 51s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: A 2022 Astrological Reading With The Pattern Founder Lisa Donovan

If you’ve downloaded the app The Pattern, you already know that founder and astrologer Lisa Donovan’s knowledge of the stars runs deep. On this episode, we take a break from our regularly scheduled fashion programming to hear what the stars have in store for 2022. Hear about the intense energies you might have been feeling in December, a breakdown of what eclipses and retrogrades really mean, and the massive astrological event in the birth chart of the U.S. happening on January 22.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
12/01/2230m 1s

Amirah Kassem: Flour Shop Founder, Baker, and Author

Pastry chef, entrepreneur, and author Amirah Kassem is the genius behind the Instagram-famous Explosion Cakes and her vibrant pastry brand Flour Shop. Since the brand’s founding in 2012, her one-of-a-kind creations have gained the attention of millions globally, including celebrities such as Beyoncé, Kim Kardashian, and Sarah Jessica Parker. Kassem has also written multiple books—The Power of Sprinkles: A Cake Book and two children’s books—and has product collections with everyone from Williams-Sonoma to Pottery Barn and an apparel collaboration with Vans. Most recently, she joined the Disney+ food-art series Foodtastic as a judge. But before she began paving her own pastry path, she worked in quite a different creative industry: fashion. She held a plethora of positions in the NY fashion scene, including at Andy Warhol’s Interview magazine and Johan Lindeberg’s beloved denim and leather label Blk Dnm. On this episode of Second Life, hear how Kassem turned her passion for pastries into a celebrated multi-vertical brand.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
10/01/2254m 45s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Actress Diane Kruger on Her Must-Have Wardrobe Items and Upcoming Film, The 355

From her days modeling for Chanel to countless stunning movie premieres, actress Diane Kruger has been dressing the part for years. On this episode, fashion editor Eliza Huber chats with Diane for our January cover story about her upcoming film, The 355; her favorite items in her wardrobe; and the best places to shop, from Paris to New York.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
05/01/2225m 47s

Chrissy Rutherford: Writer, Digital Content Creator, and Co-Founder of 2BG Consulting

Chrissy Rutherford has become the ultimate multi-hyphenate. She is a writer, entrepreneur, digital creator, and brand consultant. This year, Rutherford launched her own newsletter, FwdJoy, where she shares her unique perspective with her audience and covers a vast range of topics, from her relationship with therapy to tarot card readings. In 2020, alongside Danielle Prescod, Rutherford co-founded 2BG Consulting—a company dedicated to educating fashion and beauty brands on how to create actively anti-racist brand identities from the inside out while fostering inclusive and diverse values. Rutherford has become a passionate, authentic voice in the industry, but before she manifested her own unique path, she spent 12 years in the fashion media space, working her way up at Harper’s Bazaar as one of the first members of the digital team. On this episode of Second Life, find out how Rutherford found the faith to take the leap toward a new career path—on her own terms.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
03/01/2255m 31s

Jing Gao: Fly by Jing Founder and CEO

Jing Gao is the brilliant chef and entrepreneur behind Fly by Jing, the first premium Chinese food company that has turned into a foodie phenomenon, bringing thoughtfully crafted pantry staples to the modern kitchen. Inspired by the flavors of her hometown Chengdu, China, Gao launched the brand with the hero product Sichuan Chili Crisp, which became the highest-funded food project on Kickstarter and, subsequently, the top-selling hot sauce on Amazon. Prior to Fly by Jing, Gao founded an award-winning restaurant in Shanghai, Baoism, and even started an international roving supper club. But before Gao found her calling through food and flavor, she actually worked as a brand manager at Procter & Gamble and in tech for Blackberry and the global design firm Frog Design. Is your jaw on the floor now? Just wait until you’ve heard Gao’s entire story.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
27/12/2159m 37s

Susan Matheson: Costume Designer (Don't Look Up, Step Brothers, The Big Short)

Susan Matheson is responsible for costuming some of our favorite blockbuster movies, from Step Brothers and The Town to The Big Short and Friday Night Lights. She has been leading teams in creating sartorial worlds for over two decades, and her latest project is the highly anticipated Netflix film Don’t Look Up, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence, that is debuting on December 24. But before Matheson established herself as a major player in the industry, she actually started her career working for Mattel, where she designed clothing patterns for Barbie and Disney toys. On this episode of Second Life, hear about the catalyst that made Matheson leave what she describes as a “dream career in fashion” to follow the truest form of her passion within film. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
20/12/2141m 19s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Dimepiece Founder Brynn Wallner on How to Invest in a Luxury Watch and Timepiece Trends

Frustrated by the lack of women in the luxury watch world, creative consultant and writer Brynn Wallner created Dimepiece, an Instagram account and complementary website aimed at empowering women to become smarter consumers of their own luxury timepieces. On this episode, Brynn breaks down and demystifies the shopping experience, gives us the history behind a few particularly iconic models, and dishes on the upcoming trends to be on the lookout for.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
15/12/2133m 54s

Meagan Good: Actor and Founder of Good Girl Wraps

With over 30 years in the industry, Meagan Good, an actress, producer, director, and entrepreneur, has created her own path throughout Hollywood. Good made her debut into the world of acting when she was just 4 years old, appearing in shows such as Doogie Howser and Amen. By the time she was an early teen, she was in movies such as Eve’s Bayou and the Nickelodeon show Cousin Skeeter. She has also starred in major box-office films Think Like a Man and Anchorman 2. In her latest role, Good leads the new Amazon series Harlem, produced by legends Amy Poehler and Pharrell Williams, from Girls Trip writer Tracy Oliver. As if her extensive list of acting accomplishments and features wasn’t monumental enough, Good has taken a step behind the scenes into producing and directing. In fact, her co-directorial feature debut, If Not Now, When?, was released last January. Good has also tapped into her entrepreneurial side and founded Good Girl Wraps, a line of multifunctional satin hair wraps. On this episode of Second Life, find out how Good has navigated many career pivots and continues to carve out space for herself in whatever arena she enters.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
13/12/2151m 9s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: June Ambrose From Culture-Defining Moments With Jay-Z to Creative Directing for Puma

Image architect June Ambrose has been creating culture-defining work for the past 25 years. Throughout her work on over 200 music videos with artists like Missy Elliott and Jay-Z to styling celebs for the red carpet to her newest role as the creative director for Puma Hoops, June’s fiercely imaginative mind amplifies any projects she touches. On this episode, she’s here to talk about her first collection with Puma out this December, as well as her current fashion obsessions, outfit formulas, and styling tips you don’t want to miss.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
08/12/2129m 53s

Éva Goicochea: Maude Founder and CEO

In 2018, Éva Goicochea changed the sexual-wellness industry forever with the launch of Maude, a line of thoughtfully crafted intimacy essentials. Along the way, Dakota Johnson joined the team as an investor and co–creative director, and Goicochea is now one of 10 Latinx female founders to raise over $10M in venture funding. But before Goicochea became a trailblazer in the sexual-wellness industry, she spent her early career as a legislative aide in healthcare and then a decade working in marketing and branding with forward-thinking companies such as Everlane and Josie Maran Cosmetics. On this episode of Second Life, find out how Goicochea was able to use her past career experiences to build a brand that pushes industry boundaries and encourages a healthy, everyday approach to intimacy—for everyone.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
06/12/2146m 39s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Pen15 Creators Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle on Y2k Nostalgia—Tamagotchis, Braces, and Awkward Tween Energy Included

Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle are the comedic geniuses behind the show Pen15, in which the two adult women play outcast 13-year-old versions of themselves as they navigate the highs and lows of middle school. Taking place in the year 2000, the pair not only nail teenage angst and awkwardness like we’ve never quite seen on TV before, but watching the show also evokes major nostalgia. On this episode, Erskine and Konkle bring us inside creating the Pen15 world—Tamagotchis, braces, and tankinis included. Plus, hear what we can expect from season two, part two, available on Hulu Dec 3. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
01/12/2136m 11s

Tia Williams: Best-Selling Author of Seven Days in June and Estée Lauder Companies Editorial Director

Tia Williams is not only the editorial director at the Estée Lauder Companies Inc., overseeing the voice of its subsidiary brands, but she’s also a best-selling author. Her latest book, Seven Days in June, became an instant hit as an NYT best seller and a Reese Witherspoon book-club pick. Williams is also the author of The Accidental Diva, young adult novels It Chicks and Sixteen Candles, The Beauty of Color (which she wrote alongside supermodel Iman), and The Perfect Find, which is currently being adapted into a Netflix film starring Gabrielle Union. Meanwhile, she’s held beauty editor positions at Elle, Glamour, and Essence. On this episode of Second Life, find out how Williams has managed to fulfill her childhood dreams of not one but two successful career paths simultaneously. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
29/11/2153m 3s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Jeanne Yang: The Stylist Behind Keanu Reeves, Christian Bale, and Every Other Best-Dressed Man in Hollywood

Celebrity stylist Jeanne Yang’s Instagram profile reads “Stylist to four Superman, five Batman, three Spiderman, Ironman, Neo, Mr Grey, Aquaman, other super people,” and somehow, that’s not all she is. Yang's also the genius behind the fashion of Regé-Jean Page, Keanu Reeves, Kumail Nanjiani, and many more of the best-dressed men in Hollywood. On this episode, she dishes on her secrets to making her clients look so cool, how to tell if a garment actually fits, and stylish gift ideas for the men in your life. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
24/11/2129m 46s

Sahra Nguyen: Nguyen Coffee Supply Founder and CEO

Sahra Nguyen is the founder and CEO behind Nguyen Coffee Supply, the first specialty Vietnamese coffee company importing directly from the source and roasting in Brooklyn, New York. Nguyen works with a fourth-generation Vietnamese farmer, whose bold arabica and robusta beans are certified clean and organic, making for the perfect cup of coffee. The brand has garnered the attention of celebrities such as Mindy Kaling and Tory Burch and publications such as The New York Times, Forbes, and Food & Wine. On this episode of Second Life, find out how a mission for diversity, visibility, and empowerment has been a constant thread throughout Nguyen's career, weaving its way from her first life as an award-winning filmmaker and producer through her burgeoning career within the coffee industry. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
22/11/2151m 46s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Heidi Gardner on Her Fifth SNL Season: The Characters, the Process, and the Fashion

Heidi Gardner is responsible for some of our favorite characters on the current season of Saturday Night Live, including Bailey, the teenage movie critic; Angel, also known as every boxer’s girlfriend; and Michael Wozniak, a stadium security guard who lost everything to Michael Jordan in the digital short The Last Dance: Extended Scene. Heidi is on the show this week to discuss her fifth season with the SNL cast, her come-up within comedy (she was a hairdresser for nine years prior!), and the sneaky places to find the real fashion moments on the show.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
17/11/2152m 9s

Kate Berry: Chief Content Officer of Domino and Saveur Magazines

Kate Berry is the chief content officer at home publication Domino as well as the food, wine, and travel destination Saveur. At the helm of the two major lifestyle publications, Berry draws from her 14 years of editorial experience to lead teams across various digital platforms and has become an integral part in building the brands. Prior to joining Domino and Saveur, Berry spent eight years at Martha Stewart Living and Martha Stewart Weddings after her own wedding was featured in the latter publication and its design caught the attention of Martha Stewart herself. But prior to her fortuitous calling within media, Berry was actually a floral and interior designer in San Francisco. On this episode of Second Life, hear the entire story of how Berry became the chief content officer behind not one but two aspirational publications and all of the lessons she has learned along the way.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
15/11/2138m 53s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Harper’s Bazaar Digital Director Nikki Ogunnaike on S/S 22 Fashion Month—From NY and London to Milan and Paris

On this episode, Harper’s Bazaar Digital Fashion Director Nikki Ogunnaike brings us inside fashion month, where she attended the spring/summer 2022 shows in New York, London, Milan, and Paris. Nikki tells us about her favorite collections from around the world, plus the biggest spring trends and who’s doing them the best.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
10/11/2131m 16s

Trinity Mouzon Wofford: Golde Co-Founder and CEO

If you’re into wellness, you likely would instantly recognize the modern pastel palette of superfood brand Golde from your Instagram feed. The collection of superfoods and skincare-boosting products, such as the Original Turmeric Latte Blend, are made with contemporary ingredients that think beyond the traditional healing box. In 2017—at just 23 years old—Trinity Mouzon Wofford launched the brand from her Brooklyn apartment. Four years later, Golde can be found on the shelves of massive retailers like Urban Outfitters, Goop, and Target. But before it all, Wofford was actually on a more traditional path to becoming a doctor. On this episode of Second Life, find out how Wofford built her accessible and joyful wellness brand after diverging from her initial medical path and stopping at various startups along the way. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
08/11/2155m 17s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Kristen Stewart's Stylist, Tara Swennen, on Styling the Spencer Press Tour

Tara Swennen is a celebrity stylist responsible for dressing stars such as Idina Menzel, Matthew McConaughey, and Kristen Stewart. On this episode, Swennen brings us inside her strategy for dressing Stewart for the stunning Spencer press tour. Plus, she shares the classics that should be in everyone’s closet and the most used items in her styling kit. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
03/11/2136m 24s

Katie Lopes and Nicola Piercy: Co-Founders of Stripe and Stare

Katie Lopes and Nicola Piercy founded the sustainable knickers brand, Stripe and Stare, back in 2017. Today, the London-based company is distributed globally—here in the U.S. online and at retailers like Shopbop and Bloomingdales—and just released its most sustainable line yet: The B Edit, which is 100% biodegradable. But how did this duo come together to create a line beloved by bums around the world? Nicola spent her first life in marketing, where she built an online platform that sold houses. She also managed a chain of cooking schools. Katie, on the other hand, spent a number of years in production at Channel 7 in Sydney, Australia, before opening a fashion boutique in the UK. And for the rest of the story, you’re going to have to tune in!See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
01/11/2153m 17s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Nicole Chavez, Jessica Simpson and Kristen Bell’s Stylist, on How to Style the Coolest Winter Trends

Nicole Chavez is the brilliant fashion guru and stylist behind massive Hollywood names such as Rachel Bilson, Kristen Bell, and Jessica Simpson. On this episode, she tells Hillary how her favorite red carpet moments came together, how to style the coolest trends we’ll see this winter, and the outfit formulas that win every time.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
27/10/2140m 7s

Grace Bonney: Design*Sponge Founder and Family Therapist-To-Be

Grace Bonney is a digital pioneer, a design expert, and the founder of Design*Sponge. She is also the author of best-selling books Design*Sponge at Home and In the Company of Women, the founder of Good Company magazine, and the host of the After the Jump podcast. Her latest book—Collective Wisdom: Lessons, Inspiration, and Advice from Women over 50, which will be released tomorrow, October 26—features unfiltered, eye-opening conversations with more than 100 diverse women. On this episode of Second Life, find out about the project that moved Bonney to make a major career pivot of her own as she sets out to become a marriage and family therapist.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
25/10/211h 8m

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Designer Nili Lotan on Building Her Namesake Label and Her Chicest Style Advice

Israel-born, New York–based fashion designer Nili Lotan couldn’t go out of style if she tried. On this week’s episode, she tells Hillary how she got her start in the industry—including leading design teams at Ralph Lauren and Liz Claiborne—before creating her eponymous label at age 46. They also chat about her recent expansion into categories such as handbags and her best style advice of all time.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
20/10/2144m 19s

Jessica Ewing: Founder and CEO of Literati

Founded by Jessica Ewing, Literati is an innovative experiential book club for all ages dedicated to connecting people through the power of reading. Literati launched in 2017 as a unique try-before-you-buy book-curation service for kids, and in August 2020, the brand expanded to offer book clubs for adults led by thought leaders like Stephen Curry, Malala, and Cheryl Strayed. But before Ewing completely reshaped the art of book discovery, she worked in tech as a product manager at Google. In fact, Ewing was featured in Fast Company as one of Google's 12 Most Innovative Minds in 2007, and she is the co-owner of five different patents in consumer technology design. On this episode of Second Life, find out how Ewing's past career and personal experiences (i.e., writing a novel of her own!) led her to create a company for artists and creators that is solving the problem of book discovery.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
18/10/2156m 9s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Remi Bader on Her Viral TikTok Clothing Hauls and the Brands That Are Getting It Right

Model, body-positivity advocate, and newly dawned influencer Remi Bader exploded last year when her realistic clothing hauls went absolutely viral on TikTok. Now, she’s been tapped by brands like Good American, Aerie, The RealReal, and Abercrombie & Fitch for her valuable insights. In this episode, Hillary chats with Remi about the behind-the-scenes aspect of her famous clothing hauls, her favorite size-inclusive brands she goes to first, and the fall essentials currently in her shopping cart.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
13/10/2125m 22s

Sabeena Ladha: Founder and CEO of Deux

Sabeena Ladha—the founder and CEO of Deux, the good-for-you cookie dough company—is completely revolutionizing the relationship between health-conscious eating and notoriously sweet foods by refusing to compromise taste and health. Ladha launched the enhanced cookie dough with flavors like Chocolate Chip with immune support, Brownie Batter with collagen support, and Ginger Doodle with stress-relieving ingredients such as ashwagandha. Only about a year old, Deux has already landed on the shelves of renowned L.A.-based health-food mecca Erewhon as its best-selling cookie dough brand. But before Ladha began disrupting the sweets industry, she worked at major food conglomerates Diamond Foods and PepsiCo, where she worked on the largest chip brand in the world, Lays. She then became a consultant at McKinsey & Company and subsequently ran a venture studio at M13. On this episode of Second Life, find out how all of Ladha’s past experiences led her to a deeper understanding of the world of consumer packaged goods in order to disrupt it.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Emma Stone and JLo’s Hair Colorist, Tracey Cunningham, on The Best Ways to Achieve—And Preserve—Your Perfect Hue

Simply put, Tracey Cunningham is a hair color god, responsible for the perfect hues on some of the biggest Hollywood names like Emma Stone, Halle Berry, Jennifer Lopez, and Margot Robbie. On this episode, she dishes on how to achieve those coveted looks, the colors her clients are requesting the most this fall, and just how to take care of your color—from the pre-salon checklist to the best ways to preserve color, and everything in between. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
06/10/2132m 30s

Dany Garcia: Founder of GSTQ, Chairwoman and Co-Owner of the XFL, and Chairwoman and CEO of The Garcia Companies

To say Dany Garcia is a powerhouse is an understatement. In fact, her extensive list of accolades can speak for itself: She is the chairwoman and CEO of The Garcia Companies, an entertainment mogul, a founder, an investor, a philanthropist, a professional athlete, and a producer. From working on notable films like Baywatch and HBO’s iconic series Ballers to becoming the first woman to own an equal or majority stake in a major professional league in the U.S. (the XFL) to owning an incredibly chic clothing line, GSTQ, there’s no doubt that Garcia is unstoppable. But before Garcia began her burgeoning career in entertainment, she actually spent her first life in wealth management at Merrill Lynch before starting her own wealth-management firm. On this episode of Second Life, find out how Garcia’s past knowledge from wealth management helped her build her rapidly evolving empire. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
04/10/211h 3m

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Monique Lhuillier on 25 Years of Romantic Design—From Bridalwear to Ready-to-Wear and Beyond

Ready-to-wear and bridal designer Monique Lhuillier's romantic and feminine aesthetic has been cherished in the fashion industry for quite some time now—25 years to be exact. On this episode, Hillary and Monique chat about everything the designer has accomplished over the past quarter century, from designing Britney Spears’ wedding dress to dressing eight major celebrities at the 2019 Golden Globes to being invited to the White House after dressing Michelle Obama.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
29/09/2146m 49s

Amy Smilovic: Tibi Founder and Creative Director

In 1997, Amy Smilovic launched the ultimate cool-girl brand, Tibi, and it was only a matter of time before it proved itself as a key player within the fashion industry. Then, in 2010, Smilovic took a major risk: She decided to completely redesign and reimagine the brand to align with her current aesthetic and feelings. With a newfound focus on what Smilovic refers to as “creative pragmatism” in mindset and style, she successfully pulled off a 180-degree rebranding. After 24 years, Tibi is bigger than ever, at the forefront of the industry, and housed at esteemed retailers like Intermix and Net-a-Porter in addition to its own e-commerce business. But before it all, the Georgia native began her career in advertising and marketing at Ogilvy and American Express. On this episode of Second Life, find out how she’s navigated it all and hear her best advice for building sustainable businesses.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
27/09/2157m 51s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Natalie Imbruglia Returns to Music With Firebird (Though, in Our Hearts, She Never Left)

After a 10-year hiatus from music, singer, songwriter, and popstar Natalie Imbruglia is back with her sixth studio album, Firebird, out September 24. On this episode, Natalie tells Hillary how she found the confidence to return to her truest vocation after a harrowing bout of writer’s block, what we can expect from the highly anticipated project, and of course, about all those '90s ’fits that have never left our mood boards. This episode is sponsored by Clarins NEW Total Eye Lift. In honor of Clarins’ 10 year anniversary with FEED, join in the #ClarinsxFEED social challenge starting September 24th by posting a throwback photo when you were in school, and tagging @clarinsusa, @feed, and #ClarinsxFeed. For each post, Clarins will donate 10 meals to a child in need via FEED’s giving partner, No Kid Hungry. Tag five friends so they can join the cause and help to reach Clarins’ goal of up to 100,000 school meals by October 10th, 2021. Learn more about Clarins responsible beauty commitment: Clarins NEW Total Eye Lift: Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
22/09/2138m 43s

Stephanie Shepherd: Co-Founder of Future Earth

Chances are you know Stephanie Shepherd as the former Chief Operating Officer of the Kardashian West Brands, but the environmental advocate has pivoted since she left the Kardashian empire into something of her own: Future Earth. Through Future Earth, Shepherd is meeting you wherever you are in your sustainability journey to living a lower-impact lifestyle. With almost 2 million followers, she’s dedicated her social platform and influence to inspire global activism. But before Shepherd became an environmental thought leader and changemaker (and even before she helped build the Kardashian West Brands into a burgeoning business), she started her career performing as a dancer and assistant to creative director Mikey Minden and Pussycat Dolls founder Robin Antin. On this episode of Second Life, find out how Shepherd took an unexpected turn that’s making a real impact on our environment and mother earth.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
20/09/211h 2m

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Inside Kacey Musgraves’s Met Gala Look With Celebrity Stylist Erica Cloud

Erica Cloud joins the show to talk about the 2021 Met Gala, for which she dressed both singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves and actor-producer Dan Levy. Erica brings us behind the scenes of what goes into the preparation of one of the biggest nights in fashion, how she interpreted the theme (In America: A Lexicon of Fashion) of this year’s event, and what it’s like to style multiple major Hollywood celebs.This episode is sponsored by Clarins NEW Total Eye Lift. In honor of Clarins’ 10 year anniversary with FEED, join in the #ClarinsxFEED social challenge starting September 24th by posting a throwback photo when you were in school, and tagging @clarinsusa, @feed, and #ClarinsxFeed. For each post, Clarins will donate 10 meals to a child in need via FEED’s giving partner, No Kid Hungry. Tag five friends so they can join the cause and help to reach Clarins’ goal of up to 100,000 school meals by October 10th, 2021. Learn more about Clarins responsible beauty commitment: Clarins NEW Total Eye Lift: See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
15/09/2141m 40s

Lisa Donovan: Founder and CEO of The Pattern

You might call Lisa Donovan—founder and CEO of the astrology app The Pattern—a genius entrepreneur, or you might call her a soul-reading wizard. In 2018, The Pattern went live in a public beta without any marketing or PR. Today, Donovan has grown the platform to over seven and a half million users, with notable fans like SZA and Channing Tatum. There’s no doubt that Donovan’s years of work developing The Pattern are shown in the app’s burgeoning success and scarily accurate insights, but it may come as a surprise that astrology is indeed Donovan’s second life. Previously, she had a career in many forms of entertainment as an actress, a popular YouTube creator (you may remember her channel LisaNova), a producer, and co-founder of Maker Studios. On this episode of Second Life, find out how Donovan found healing through astrology and uses it to connect with millions of people around the world. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
13/09/2158m 52s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Cinderella and Bridgerton Costume Designer Ellen Mirojnick Tells Us How She Builds a Visual World From the Ground Up

On this week’s episode, Hillary speaks with Bridgerton costume designer Ellen Mirojnick, who brings us behind the scenes of creating the fashion and sartorial world of Shondaland which—the series that broke Netflix streaming records (82 million watchers and counting). Tune in to hear about the symbolism behind the distinct color palettes, how she makes the period piece feel modern, and creating the lookbook that spawned it all. Plus take a look inside Ellen’s latest project, the newly released Cinderella.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
08/09/2140m 58s

Nana Agyemang: Founder and CEO of Every Stylish Girl

Nana Agyemang is the CEO and founder of EveryStylishGirl (ESG) and EveryStylishGirl Biz, a company dedicated to the advancement of Black and Brown women in the media and fashion industry. Since 2017, ESG has provided over 15,000 women with the tools to become successful and feel professionally empowered through its annual Sip N’ Slay conferences and a plethora of online resources. There’s no denying that ESG is a testament to Agyemang’s vast industry knowledge and experience, which is why it may come as no surprise that before founding the company, she worked as one of the social media editors behind New York Magazine’s The Cut, where she doubled its Instagram following in just one year. Agyemang is also a former writer and editor at the industry’s top publications like Elle, Refinery29, and The New York Times. On this episode of Second Life, find out how she found the courage to leave a job she was crushing to dedicate herself to her own platform helping women of color get the visibility they deserve.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
06/09/211h 1m

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Awkwafina Talks Joining the Marvel Universe, Representation, and Her Love of Pantsuits

On this week’s episode, THE/THIRTY managing editor Sarah Yang sits down with our September cover star, rapper, comedian, and award-winning actress Awkwafina aka Nora Lum. Nora tells us what it was like to enter the Marvel Universe with her latest role in Shang-Chi, what she thinks about representation within the industry as a whole, and the unfortunate truth about visiting RadioShack after a Golden Globes win. Plus, she shares how she’s navigating fame, fashion, and her connection to family as she quickly becomes a household name.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
01/09/2130m 17s

Michelle Phan: Ipsy and Em Cosmetics Founder and the Original Beauty Influencer

Michelle Phan is a beauty powerhouse. She is the co-founder of Ipsy (a monthly subscription service that became the world’s largest beauty community), the founder of Em Cosmetics, and one of the first beauty digital influencers who—dare we say—created the first-ever YouTube makeup tutorial. Over the last decade, Phan has garnered a global community of over 10 million followers, has amassed over one billion views, and has created more than 350 videos. Today, Phan also educates her loyal community of followers within quite a different space altogether: cryptocurrency. Through her studying of the crypto industry, she draws parallels between the decentralization of power and the decentralization of content that launched her YouTube career. On this episode of Second Life, find out how Phan paved the way for an entire generation of beauty creators to come while reinventing herself time and again.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
30/08/2155m 29s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Jason Rembert Talks Styling Issa Rae and His Fall Collection for Aliétte

Stylist and designer Jason Rembert is the creative mastermind behind the looks on clients like Issa Rae, Mary J. Blige, and Lizzo and the stunning luxury ready-to-wear collections for his own line, Aliétte, which has been worn by Cardi B and Miley Cyrus. In this episode, Jason brings us inside his creative inspirations and process, shares his views on the responsibility to bring others up within the industry, and discusses his current obsessions in fashion. Plus, he's providing an inside look at his fall collection.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
25/08/2159m 59s

Afton Vechery: Modern Fertility CEO and Co-Founder

Afton Vechery is the co-founder and CEO of Modern Fertility, an innovative healthcare company making personalized fertility information and support accessible to women everywhere. Vechery founded the company in 2017, and just this year, it was valued at $225 million during an acquisition by telehealth company Ro. It’s no surprise that prior to creating the brand, Vechery began her career in healthcare private equity, where she learned of the outdated practices and predatory pricing models within the booming fertility healthcare sector. She then went on to work in strategic operations at various health tech startups and, most recently, ran the consumer-tools division at 23andMe. On this episode of Second Life, find out how Vechery drew inspiration from her past careers to build a brand that would greatly change the women’s health industry forever.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
23/08/211h 8m

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Trends Our Editors Are Wearing This Fall, Including New Who What Wear Collection

Editor in Chief Kat Collings returns to the pod alongside Editorial Director Lauren Eggertsen and Market Director Bobby Schuessler to talk everything fall trends, including what they’re looking to try, the items they’re planning to buy, and the unexpected trends making the biggest comeback. Plus, the team dishes on everything behind our editor-led, thoughtfully designed, brand-new line of ready-to-wear pieces, Who What Wear Collection, that's available to shop now at Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
18/08/2137m 34s

Sasha Plavsic: Ilia Beauty Founder and Chief Creative Officer

In founding clean skin-centric beauty line Ilia ten years ago, Sasha Plavsic was way ahead of the industry in what would become known as “clean beauty.” The brand began with a lip balm that was safe, effective, and natural and has since expanded into a full range of complexion formulas that consistently win beauty awards and put the brand in the top three growing brands at Sephora. But before Plavsic set out to create the change she wanted to see in the industry, she worked in branding for an eyewear retailer, an aromatherapy company, Saje Natural Wellness, and Urban Decay. On this episode, find out how Plavsic made the leap to start her own brand and how she continues to push the beauty industry forward.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
16/08/2157m 19s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Sydney Sweeney on Her Acting and Producing Career, Favorite Fashion Moments, and Surprising Hobby

This week, Director of Content Strategy and Senior Managing Editor Drew Elovitz is back on the show to bring us behind the scenes of our August cover shoot with actress Sydney Sweeney (Euphoria, The White Lotus). Sydney dives deep into her process of preparing for a role, the book-to-screen development of her first production project starring Halsey, the upcoming The Players Club, and her unexpected hobby of rebuilding classic cars. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
11/08/2135m 58s

Shiza Shahid: Our Place Co-Founder and Co-CEO

In 2019, a chic and relatable new cookware company emerged, and soon the multitasking Always Pan dominated our Instagram feeds. Enter: Our Place. Co-founder and co-CEO Shiza Shahid built the brand with the mission of bringing people together through the power of home-cooking rooted in the modern multiethnic American kitchen. But before Shahid launched the beloved brand, her career path looked quite different. Out of school, she worked as a business analyst in Dubai before co-founding the Malala Fund and starting NOW Ventures to help support other mission-driven startups. On this episode, find out how Shahid’s former careers led her to create a mission-driven e-commerce brand that’s created not only celebrated products, but also a community.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
09/08/2157m 36s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Karla Welch on Styling Justin Bieber and Ending Period Poverty

Karla Welch is a force to be reckoned with. She’s the founder of beloved classics brand X Karla, period underwear line Period by The Period Company, and most recently, the styling app Wishi. Also known for her impeccable body of work styling longtime clients Justin Bieber, Sarah Paulson, Tracee Ellis Ross, and many more, there is simply no stopping Karla Welch. Tune in to hear from a true talent who is equal parts progressive thought leader and fashion visionary.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
04/08/2138m 8s

Chriselle Lim: Digital Influencer and Co-Founder of Bümo

Chriselle Lim was one of the first digital influencers to enter the industry, paving the way for future content creators and entrepreneurs. Today, Lim has over 5 million followers across her various platforms and channels, inspiring women worldwide through her unique perspective on beauty, fashion, and lifestyle. But in 2020, Lim made a major career shift into an industry no one was quite anticipating: She co-founded Bümo, a platform bringing licensed educational childcare to the workplace. On this episode of Second Life, find out how Lim fostered a following and used her platform to build a brand that is making a positive impact on families’ futures.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
02/08/2155m 18s

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr: Tina Craig, Founder of U Beauty and Digital Influencer, BagSnob

Tina Craig has worn many hats over the years in fashion and beauty, including that of brand ambassador, consultant, designer, stylist, and founder of the talent management agency Estate Five. You likely know her, however, as one of the original digital fashion influencers and the queen of handbags and luxury, BagSnob. These days, she’s also the founder of the pioneering and beloved brand U Beauty. In this episode, Tina explains the technology behind her innovative skincare brand and takes us through #TBT to review some of the most iconic handbags of the past 15 years.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
28/07/2133m 1s

Lara Devgan, MD: Plastic Surgeon, CEO, and Founder of Dr. Devgan Scientific Beauty

Lara Devgan, MD, is one of America’s preeminent plastic surgeons, specializing in minimally invasive treatments for the face, breasts, and body, and is known for caring for some of the most photographed faces in the world. Now, in her second life, Devgan is utilizing her experience as a surgeon and training at Yale, Johns Hopkins Medical School, and Columbia and Cornell New York Presbyterian Hospitals as the founder and CEO of Dr. Devgan Scientific Beauty. With fans like Kim Kardashian and Jennifer Aniston, it’s safe to say it’s been a certified hit. Tune in to hear how Devgan has parlayed her exceptional understanding of