This is The SEWSQUAD Pod — a podcast where we talk to some of the world's favorite fashion creatives about their teen years.

 

We chat about how they stumbled upon their personal look, what inspired them to explore a creative industry and how they navigated their particularly awkward youth to find success and style.


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This is The SEWSQUAD Pod — a podcast where we talk to some of the world's favorite fashion creatives about their teen years.

 

We chat about how they stumbled upon their personal look, what inspired them to explore a creative industry and how they navigated their particularly awkward youth to find success and style.


Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe.



Episodes


Zoey gabs with Jenny Walton — one of fashion’s most original style stars. Jenny is a New York City-based designer and influencer whose whimsical illustrations and unique, vintage-inspired style has gotten the attention of brands like Miu Miu, Bottega Veneta, and J.Crew. But, it was her love of sewing and upcycling in high school that really caught our attention. Hear how Jenny created her own career path and found her audience by not following the rules.


Zoey kikis it up with fashion, food, and pop culture journalist John-John Williams IV. John-John is currently our go-to source for all things lifestyle at The Baltimore Sun. But before joining the Sun, he worked at powerhouses such as The Times-Picayune, The Chicago Tribune, The Detroit Free Press and The Post Standard. Hear John-John’s thoughts on how vintage fashion is the answer to most of life’s problems and why being true to yourself will always pay off.  


Zoey sits with Jade Frampton, the Editorial Director of ShopBAZAAR. Sure, Jade is one of our favorite ladies in the biz because she’s super chic and down-to-earth. But this self-described minimalist is also one of the most hardworking women in the fashion industry. Listen in as Jade talks about how she put in the work at a young age and hasn’t let success slow down her work ethic.

Zoey chats with Stacy London — one of the world’s most trusted style experts — about being fearless with fashion. Stacy is best known as the co-host of TLC’s iconic show, “What Not to Wear.” Stacy is a New York Times Bestselling author who has written two books, Dress Your Best and The Truth About Style. After penning a series of viral stories for Refinery 29, Stacy is currently at work on a new book about aging. Listen in as Stacy talks about her most memorable teen style moments (hint: it involves Flock of Seagulls) and how fashion helped her tackle low self-esteem.