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Brought to you by Vanity Fair, Founders Forum and Grow by Facebook, The Making Of… explores the moments that have shaped the lives of the people who are in turn shaping ours. Clemency Burton-Hill speaks to those individuals who are defining the modern world, including internet entrepreneurs, authors, scientists, media moguls and fashion icons, and asks them about the key moments that made them. Guests for season one include Jimmy Wales, the founder of Wikipedia; Eva Chen, Fashion Director at ...
 
There’s a new sustainable brand in town: ECHTE. Whether you’re just beginning to learn about sustainable fashion, or you’re a fashion-conscious veteran, it can be difficult to determine just what sustainability or other buzz words like transparency, eco-friendly, fair fashion, or even ethical, mean within the context of fashion. For that reason, we created the ‘Wear your values’ podcast.
 
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Come with us to Istanbul, Turkey in this final episode to meet the people behind Kaya and Sarptex who are just two of the suppliers that make the sustainable ECHTE collection come to fruition. But how did it get to this point where sustainability is such an important aspect of the brand? All it takes is one push - one spark - to want to change thin…
 
What does a blogger and a chemist have in common? No, this isn’t the beginning of a joke, but instead it should be a subject that everyone needs to talk about: chemicals in our clothes. It’s hard for consumers to know what kind of chemicals their newly bought clothes have been treated with, but there are ways to find out or even avoid the dangerous…
 
For the final episode in this series of The Making Of... Clemency talks to Instagram's director of fashion partnerships, Eva Chen. Eva discusses her love of reading and writing books, why it's important to stay real on social media and how being a mother has shaped who she is today.
 
Okay, so it’s sustainable, but is it fashionable? ECHTE might be good for the planet, but it’s also very important to look stylish and fly. Meet Thomas, owner of the fashion store TTLL, who’s very particular about the clothes in his store and why he saw a fit with ECHTE. But more importantly, the peculiar way that he found out about ECHTE. Some thi…
 
Riccardo Zacconi is the founder of King.com, the company behind the iconic game, Candy Crush. Riccardo talks to Clemency about how his career was impacted by the digital revolution and the ups and downs of launching a business in the online gaming sector.
 
What’s in the word sustainability? Does it mean eating nothing but kale and walking around in old, tattered clothes? Embark on a journey with us as we try to uncover the real meaning behind the word and ask ourselves the question: Can you both be sustainable and fashionable? Read more about ECHTE on echte.dk or on instagram: echeofficial. Intro mus…
 
In this episode of the Making Of, Clemency Burton-Hill speaks to Dr Daisy Robinton, a molecular & developmental biologist, public speaker and model. Daisy speaks about the barrier between science and the general public, the changing roles of women in the laboratory and how one day she hopes to engineer the end of ageing as we know it.…
 
In this episode, Clemency speaks to the trans-gender model Andreja Pejic. Having being scouted in a McDonalds at the age of 16, Pejic has since walked both men and women's show for Jean Paul Gautier and Marc Jacobs. Andreja speaks about her experiences of transitioning in both a personal and professional capacity and what it means to be a transgend…
 
In this episode, host Clemency Burton-Hill speaks to Ime Archibong, Vice President of Platform Partnerships at Facebook. Ime talks about how his love of technology was clear from an early age, his career path into the tech world and how his mother's patience gave him his name.
 
In this episode of the Making Of, host Clemency Burton-Hill speaks to Arianna Huffington, the woman behind the Huffington Post and the Thrive movement. She speaks to Clemency about motherhood, moving countries for love and what she's doing to improve our work-life balance.
 
In this episode, host Clemency Burton-Hill speaks to the founder of Skype, Niklas Zennstrom. Niklas talks about the ups and downs of his entrepreneurial journey from giving away his first business for nothing to having one of the biggest exits with Skype. He also talks about his current role as an investor and why he is so passionate about investin…
 
In this episode, host Clemency Burton-Hill speaks to author, Elif Shafak. Elif talks about how her nomadic lifestyle has impacted her sense of identity, how she fell in love with the nuances of language and the struggles she experienced when she was put on trial for writing her book, The Bastard of Istanbul. Powered by Vanity Fair, Grow by Facebook…
 
In this episode, host Clemency Burton-Hill speaks to Jimmy Wales, Founder of Wikipedia. He explains how he went from updating a world encyclopedia as a child to running one of the world’s largest fact-based websites and the key moments in between that led to his success. Powered by Vanity Fair, Grow by Facebook and Founders Forum. Produced by Ental…
 
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