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In Her Shoes from the Cut is a weekly conversation between a special guest and Lindsay Peoples, The Cut's Editor-in-Chief, exploring culture, style, sex, politics and more. Intimate, provocative, and probing, the Cut aims to ask questions before listeners even know they have them, always with a generous wit and an expansive idea of what is possible. From New York Magazine and The Vox Media Podcast Network. New episodes every other Wednesday.

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In Her Shoes from the Cut is a weekly conversation between a special guest and Lindsay Peoples, The Cut's Editor-in-Chief, exploring culture, style, sex, politics and more. Intimate, provocative, and probing, the Cut aims to ask questions before listeners even know they have them, always with a generous wit and an expansive idea of what is possible. From New York Magazine and The Vox Media Podcast Network. New episodes every other Wednesday.

    In Her Shoes: Taraji P. Henson

    In Her Shoes: Taraji P. Henson

    Actor, producer, and entrepreneur Taraji P. Henson talks to Lindsay about her illustrious career, including her roles in Hustle & Flow, EMPIRE and, most recently, The Color Purple. Plus, Henson talks about her fight for equal pay in the industry, her work in mental health advocacy through her Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation, and why she's recently partnered with Kate Spade.

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    • 18 Min.
    In Her Shoes, at SXSW: Dina Asher-Smith, Haley Rosen & Chloe Kim

    In Her Shoes, at SXSW: Dina Asher-Smith, Haley Rosen & Chloe Kim

    Female athletes, both college and professional, continue to make gains in pay and TV-airtime equity, shatter records and break into once male-dominated sports. 
    Today's conversation delves into those topics and more with three accomplished athletes. It comes to you from a rooftop panel at this year's South by Southwest conference. 
    Guests: Dina Asher-Smith, World Champion and the fastest British woman in history. Haley Rosen, former professional soccer player and founder and CEO of Just Women’s Sports and Chloe Kim, American snowboarder and two-time Olympic gold medalist.

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    • 46 Min.
    In Her Shoes: Tracy Reese

    In Her Shoes: Tracy Reese

    In the summer of 2018, host Lindsay Peoples wrote a piece called Everywhere and Nowhere, What it’s Really Like to be Black and Work in Fashion. It shook the table and ushered in a conversation on race in the industry. She interviewed over 100 people, including designer Tracy Reese—who's been working in fashion for more than five decades. For the fifth anniversary of the piece, Lindsay spoke to Tracy about what's changed, how far the industry has come, and how much work still needs to be done.
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    • 38 Min.
    In Her Shoes: Natalie Johnson and Black Love Letters

    In Her Shoes: Natalie Johnson and Black Love Letters

    Today's episode illuminates an essential foundation of Black life: namely, Black love. 
    A new book from Zando Press assembles letters and original illustrations on the topic from celebrated Black writers and thinkers. The collection, Black Love Letters, explores the concept of Black love in all its facets, from diasporic connection to familial and community care to romance. Its array of contributors includes Dr. Imani Perry, Michael Eric Dyson, Tarana Burke, and the Reverend Al Sharpton.
    Lindsay spoke to Natalie Johnson, who conceived of and co-edited Black Love Letters with Cole Brown, about the process of bringing the idea to life.
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    • 16 Min.
    In Her Shoes: Jamila Wideman

    In Her Shoes: Jamila Wideman

    Jamila Wideman has a fascinating career trajectory that's spanned law, advocacy, and basketball—and mentorship has been a thread stitched through all of it. 
    Wideman made history in 1997 when she was drafted for the inaugural WNBA season by the Los Angeles Sparks. While there, she launched an afterschool program for marginalized teens, "Hoopin' With Jamila." After playing four years in the league, she went on to attend NYU Law. 
    As an attorney, she represented incarcerated people and low-income populations facing eviction. Now, Wideman works for the NBA, as Senior Vice President for Player Development. She works with rookies to help them acclimate to life as a professional athlete, and guides players in thinking about their lives holistically off the court.
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    • 21 Min.
    In Her Shoes: Geraldine Chung

    In Her Shoes: Geraldine Chung

    Our guest on In Her Shoes this week is Geraldine Chung, the founder of the beloved online fashion brand LCD. 
    It began as an online destination, showcasing an inspired mix of emerging independent designers. The brand grew fast—within a few years, Chung went on to open a brick and mortar location in Los Angeles. 
    But like so many other small businesses, LCD took a big revenue hit during the pandemic. It's been difficult for small brands like it to regain stability, much less profitability. Earlier this month, Chung announced in a very candid Instagram post that she's shutting down the business.
    We wanted to talk to her about how she reached this decision, and ask her to reflect on what she learned in a decade of building and evolving the brand in a changing retail landscape.
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    • 25 Min.

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20 Bewertungen

20 Bewertungen

sanne_fy ,

You’ll be missed!

I‘ve really enjoyed this podcast. Sad to see it go!

smugglersrock ,

I used to love this podcast!

This used to be one of my favourites, I love LPW but I do feel like she’s not the best interviewer, with guests she has interest in the quality is good, but when she doesn’t I find it quite difficult to listen to as she seems very un-engaged with the guest and just is reading off her planned questions.

N7447B ,

So little Avery

Would love to hear 99pi style Avery :(

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