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For over fifteen years, Bronwyn has helped high-profile clients prepare for big moments on camera & has midwifed over 120 TEDx, TED Global & TED talks. Bronwyn’s superpower is helping people communicate in a way that breaks through the static of our everyday lives. In 20 Minutes with Bronwyn, you will get a steady dose of high voltage, practical (and highly irreverent) advice to help you dismantle the communication habits that are holding you back, while giving you the skills you need to shine.
 
A Different Tweed is fashion’s equivalent to Inside The Actors Studio. This in-depth interview podcast explores the craft and creative process of fashion and luxury through dynamic, entertaining storytelling. The tone is intimate. The conversation is candid. Leading professionals reveal the secrets to their artistry plus their challenges and personal journeys. Bronwyn Cosgrave, the host, is a multidisciplinary fashion professional who is renowned for her research. She can be heard on an arra ...
 
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The film director Karam Gill talks about spending four years making Ice Cold: The Untold Story of Hip Hop Jewelry. This is the first ever TV series exploring the culture and importance of jewelry in the world of Hip Hop music. It premiered at the 2021 Tribeca Film Festival and it is airing now on Youtube Originals as well as the Youtube channel of …
 
As you may already know, authenticity is kind of a big deal to me. It’s the cornerstone of my work in the world. As a communication coach, I’m NEVER interested in “polishing” someone as a communicator. I’m interested in revealing someone in their truest most beautiful form. And I’ve been doing this for a LONG time. The good thing about being devote…
 
The London-based women's wear designer, Mary Katrantzou, discusses her recent collaboration with the Italian luxury brand Bulgari. She explains how her work with Bulgari began by pairing Bulgari high jewelry with her Spring/Summer 2020 collection which she presented in October 2019 at the Temple of Poseidon. Mary references this grand scale fashion…
 
This episode is dedicated 100% to pulling back the curtain of my journaling practice, not because I think it’s unique or special, but because it is probably the single most important ritual I have. My journaling practice is more important to me than therapy. Exercise. Diet. Even church. Truly, if you asked me to sacrifice any of my rituals, you wou…
 
Kerry Taylor explains how she set up the world’s leading auction house specializing in vintage fashion. She reveals how she revived the profession of auctioning one-of-a-kind garments initially for Sotheby’s and then how, after striking out on her own, she set auction records and generated headlines by selling couture worn by the likes of Audrey He…
 
June of 2014, for the first time in its history, a trans woman—the luminous Laverne Cox— was featured on the cover of Time Magazine, with the headline: The Transgender Tipping Point. Just this April, Elliot Page became the first trans man to grace the cover of the magazine. Whether 2014 marked the “tipping point” for popular culture’s reckoning wit…
 
Jeriana San Juan takes a deep dive into her magnificent work costume designing the Netflix miniseries Halston. Starring Ewan McGregor, Halston portrays the untold story of the sensational rise and tragic downfall of the pioneering fashion designer, Roy Halston Frowick. Jeriana reveals the intricacies of dressing Ewan McGregor to portray the title c…
 
A few days ago Erdem Moralioglu presented his resort collection for 2022. Because it commemorates the 15th anniversary of his fashion house, we are listening back to a recent interview during which he reflected on his life and work. Erdem explains how his fascination with fashion began at school in suburban Montreal. He talks about realizing his dr…
 
In a post-vaccinated population, it's open season for socializing and it's ... awkward. Wonderful. Exhausting. And also terribly anxiety producing for some of us. As a communication coach, I’m fascinated by all of it, and have been taking field notes on what is the most challenging, the most excruciating parts of "peopling," and why. In this episod…
 
Vetran Condé Nast magazine professionals, Fiona Hayes and Julia Zirpel, discuss collaborating on The Fashion Yearbook 2021. Recently published by Callwey of Munich, Germany, The Fashion Yearbook features striking images representing outstanding fashion ad campaigns, editorials and covers published last year. Fiona and Julia explain how, with pictur…
 
We talk a lot on this show about the power of story. But what we haven’t yet covered is storytelling in the context of how we talk about our businesses. If you are an entrepreneur running a startup, or trying to raise money in the venture capital community ... If you are a solo-preneur or coach building your business ... If you are someone trying t…
 
The writer and director, Elza Kephart, discusses her new film Slaxx. Described by the Guardian’s film critic, Peter Bradshaw, as an “often amusing and sharp, horror satire...set in an unbearably cool clothes shop,” Slaxx shines a light on the inhumanity of the cotton trade and fast fashion. Kephart explains how her commitment to climate change acti…
 
Our capacity to handle tough moments at work can mean the difference between upward mobility and infuriating stagnation. But for too many of us, conflict is our kryptonite. In this episode, I will walk you through my favorite exercise for transforming our relationship to conflict.โดย Bronwyn Saglimbeni
 
On April 24th, the fashion designer, Alber Elbaz, died in Paris. He was 59 and the cause was Covid-19. This episode is a tribute to the women’s fashion designer who rose to fame when - after a stint designing ready-to-wear at Guy Laroche - Pierre Bergé appointed him to be a creative director at the House of Saint Laurent. Following his short tenure…
 
There are some stories that stop us in our tracks. That make us forget our own dramas and traumas long enough to feel into someone else’s experience. My guest today is Ana Jones, and she has exactly that kind of story. Ana is the founder of Plex65, which is a labor market for caregivers of older adults. It is the first of its kind to use technology…
 
Brothers Alexander and Sebastian Adams explain why they founded their brand, Varsity Headwear, to create the perfect baseball cap, simply because they couldn’t find one. They reveal putting everything on the line to launch a boutique for their brand in Saint Tropez, France and how their caps have sold seven at a time from their destination shop. Lo…
 
Fun fact: I would rather give a speech to thousands of people than say "no" to someone. Seriously. But the better I get at saying NO, the better my life gets. With a high quality NO, comes the opportunity to say YES to the invitations and adventures that add up to the life I want vs. the life that just kinda happened to me. And in case you can rela…
 
Claire Wilcox - the Senior Fashion curator at London's Victoria and Albert Museum discusses her new book, Patch Work: A Life Amongst Clothes. As the title suggests, Patch Work is a memoir. But as the conversation unfolds, it becomes clear that Patchwork is an unconventional memoir. The original storytelling method Claire conceived for this book por…
 
Over the last month designers in London, New York, Paris, Milan - and some other places - have streamed presentations of their fall/winter 2021 ready-to-wear collections. Alexander Fury - AnOther Magazine’s Fashion Features Director and the Financial Times’ Menswear Critic - joins Bronwyn Cosgrave to assess the direction of fashion for the season a…
 
If you were to ask me: What is the single most important skill to have as a communicator? I wouldn’t hesitate to answer. The single most important skill to have as a communicator is storytelling. Here’s the thing: Facts are important. The ability to make a cogent argument is important. But STORY is what changes people. STORY is probably the ONLY th…
 
I am a BIG believer in personal development. And, many self-help proponents equate personal power with accepting full responsibility for one’s own life. I don’t disagree. But there’s something missing there. Acceptance is not enough. Authentic personal power must include the capacity to articulate what we need and what we want. And yet, too many of…
 
The writer and director of Audrey - a new documentary exploring the life and work of Audrey Hepburn - discusses how her own life prompted her to craft a film about one of the greatest movie stars of all time. Helena Coan explores the craft of working with archive footage and voiceover narration to reveal Hepburn’s life story. She discusses Hepburn’…
 
If there’s one thing i’ve learned in this life, it is this: Everyone you meet has a backstory. Everyone has a history full of highs and lows, celebration and tragedy. And it’s so easy to forget this when we’re in our 500th meeting of the day. That each face (or name if cameras are off) has a story. In our minds, we think in terms of title. Or posit…
 
Anna Sui discusses her fall 2021 collection, Phantasmadelic, and making a film to showcase it with her family. She recalls her rise from operating out of her New York apartment, as an indie designer in the early Eighties, to be a global fashion force. She considers her longtime creative partnership with Steven Meisel and how Madonna, Linda Evangeli…
 
I have always been fascinated by the human experience of time. How to move through it. How to BE in it. How to make the most of it. We humans seem ill equipped to make time work for us. It’s either going too slow or too fast. I have found that the only way to make some kind of peace with time is to have a set of sacred daily rituals. And by far, th…
 
The new book, Glossy: The Inside Story of Vogue, is a comprehensive history of American Vogue magazine – and some of Vogue’s international editions. The author, Nina-Sophia Miralles, reveals why she told Vogue’s history through the lens of its editors. She discusses the careers and cultural impact of renowned Vogue editors including Edward Enninful…
 
I am beyond excited for you to meet my guest today, the incredible Ed Latimore. Ed's resume seems like he's lived three lifetimes, not just one. He is a former professional heavy weight boxer—His professional record includes 15 fights, 13 of those were wins. Ed is also the best selling author of two books: "Not Caring What Other People Think Is A S…
 
P. David Ebersole and Todd Hughes talk about producing and directing House of Cardin. This documentary tells the story of Pierre Cardin’s life and work. House of Cardin premiered at the 2019 Venice Film Festival. But on December 29, when Pierre Cardin passed away - at the age of 98 - Ebersole & Hughes’s film attained new relevance as the last word …
 
In the last episode, I gave you three questions to close out 2020. And here’s the thing: 2020 served up a million reasons to feel victimized, and the three questions I posed were part ONE of a two part meditation on moving *out of* feeling victimized by circumstance, and *into* feeling the power of our own agency. One of the only true sources of po…
 
The 14-time Emmy Award nominated costume designer, Lou Eyerich, explains how she got her start working behind the scenes in the music industry before going on to costume Popular. This was the first series created by the “super-producer”, Ryan Murphy, in 1999. Eyerich reveals the craft and creative process of masterminding wardrobes evoking Murphy’s…
 
From his design studio in Antwerp, Belgium, Christian Wijnants explains how working in isolation on his Spring/Summer 2021 collection, In Pursuit of Happiness, prompted him to imbue it with memories of his upbringing in Brussels. He revisits his childhood and reveals how his decision to pursue a fashion career was prompted by an exhibition showcasi…
 
You know what is adorable? My New Years resolutions for 2020. And here we are again on the edge of an ending year, peering hopefully around the corner to 2021. But this time, the phrase “New Year’s Resolution” seems hopelessly naive. Quaint. A throwback to a simpler time. I get it. We all got our asses handed to us this year. It gave new meaning to…
 
Sandy Schreier - the renowned collector of 20th century French and American couture - reveals how she pioneered collecting vintage originals. She goes back to her time as a toddler in her hometown, Detroit, and explains how the wives of the city’s famed “auto titans” - and later the legendary Old Hollywood costume designer, Jean Louis - contributed…
 
This episode is for all the solopreneurs and entrepreneurs out there, trying to raise their visibility in this crazy, noisy world. My guest today is someone I’ve been observing from a far for a while now. Keenya Kelly is a branding and business coach who has been blowing up on … wait for it … TikTok. If you’re like me, you probably associate TikTok…
 
The filmmaker, Gero von Boehm, discusses his new documentary, Helmut Newton: The Bad and the Beautiful. The film is as seductive and dazzling as Helmut Newton’s fashion photography and Hollywood portraiture. But on this episode as von Boehm explores Newton’s iconic work, he also explains why a serious and frank discussion about the nature of his su…
 
In 1944, Ingrid Bergman starred in a film called Gaslight, for which she later won an Oscar. In case you've never seen it, Gaslight is a film about psychological abuse in the Edwardian age, but the behavior is so archetypal, so familiar, that the term has endured and is popular even NOW in 2020. Maybe even MORE so in 2020 than ever before. I myself…
 
I recently saw a Netflix documentary that rocked my world, and I'm guessing you've seen it too. It’s called The Social Dilemma. Netflix describes it as a “documentary-drama hybrid” that explores “the dangerous human impact of social networking, with tech experts sounding the alarm on their own creations.” What makes this film extraordinary is that …
 
I am thrilled for you to meet Keita Williams, professional butt-kicker and founder of Success Bully—an elite accountability practice dedicated to supporting high performing “Type A”s who are looking to take their great to GREATER. I talk to lots of performance coaches, but what interested me about Keita's work is the focus on systems of accountabil…
 
If you’re like me, and so many people I work with, people are relying on you to bring your A game every single day. To the sales pitch. To the team meeting. To your family. To your community. The problem is that these days—unlike our pre-Covid lives—there are no natural transitions and breaks in the day. We don’t have the car ride to work. The subw…
 
Prior to 2021’s 15th anniversary of Erdem Moralioğlu’s namesake brand, the award-winning London designer looks back on his fashion career. Erdem - who is famed for dressing Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Keira Knightley, Madonna and Lucy Boynton - traces the heritage of his signature floral print to his childhood in suburban Montreal and explains…
 
“Could a greater miracle take place than for us to look through each other’s eyes for an instant?” That is a quote from Henry David Thoreau’s Walden and it speaks to something that has become quite top-of-mind for us these days: empathy. The concept of empathy is finally enjoying some well-deserved attention in the zeitgeist right now. We are seein…
 
Malcolm McLaren rose to fame in the early Seventies as the manager of the Sex Pistols. With his partner, Dame Vivienne Westwood, he invented punk fashion. Their London boutiques, World’s End and Nostalgia of Mud, proved forerunners of the concept store. Paul Gorman – author of the new biography, The Life & Times of Malcolm McLaren (Constable) – dis…
 
Have you ever met someone and just known you were going to become friends? That’s exactly what happened to me when I met my guest today, the amazing JD Schramm. JD and I met when I was doing the speaker coaching for the TEDxStanford program, and immediately connected. JD founded the Mastery in Communication Initiative at Stanford’s Graduate School …
 
On September 14 Daisy Knatchbull is making history by opening her made-to-measure women’s clothing brand, The Deck London, on Savile Row. The Deck London will be the first Savile Row tailor to cater exclusively to women. Daisy reveals how, in 2016, she first shook up the bespoke scene by appearing at Royal Ascot in a Lock & Co. top hat and tails by…
 
A few years ago, I was in a 1:1 coaching session with a very bright young woman who came to our session with a very specific communication problem: She felt she lacked “presence” in the room. Jane and I worked on lots of different ways to show up in the room … ways to signal her power, her strength, her intelligence. Ways of replacing the negative …
 
On this bonus episode of the two-part series exploring the work of a trio of costume designers, who have received nominations for the 72nd Prime Time Emmy Awards for their work on critically acclaimed Ryan Murphy television productions, Analucia McGorty explains how after collaborating with Lou Eyrich on Season One of the FX series Pose, she flew s…
 
This is the first of a two-part series exploring the work of a trio of costume designers - Lou Eyrich, Sarah Evelyn and Analucia McGorty - who have received nominations for the 72nd Prime Time Emmy Awards for their work on critically acclaimed Ryan Murphy television productions. First up is Lou Eyrich. This 14-time Emmy Award nominee explains how s…
 
It seems every week, I hear of a new round of layoffs, and more talented people losing their livelihoods. It's tempting to feel helpless, hopeless, and at the mercy of circumstances way beyond our control. But my guest today has the kind of perspective and advice we need now more than ever ... the value of changing the stories we tell ourselves abo…
 
The sensory pleasure many of us derive from perfume is said to be somewhat easing the strain of enduring the pandemic. And so on our final ‘listen back’ episode of Summer 2020, Roja Dove presents a masterclass on the art, craft and history of fragrance. This scholar, author, sought-after public speaker, consultant and retail guru - whose specializa…
 
Usually, when I plan a podcast episode for you, I plan it from the highest possible vibe I can offer. I pray. I meditate. I call forth my highest self. I create a mental state of Xanadu. It’s where I believe all of the juice is. All of the real inspiration. If I’m honest, I think I’m attached to a self-concept that is dependent on being positive al…
 
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