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Stories, tips and advice from women at the intersection of fashion, entrepreneurship, sustainability and tech. It's F.E.S.T., and it's the future. Hosted by fashion journalist Lorraine Sanders.

Spirit of 608: Fashion, Entrepreneurship, Sustainability + Tec‪h‬ Lorraine Sanders

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Stories, tips and advice from women at the intersection of fashion, entrepreneurship, sustainability and tech. It's F.E.S.T., and it's the future. Hosted by fashion journalist Lorraine Sanders.

    5 Things I Want YOU to Know Right Now to Create More Abundance & Growth

    5 Things I Want YOU to Know Right Now to Create More Abundance & Growth

    Listen to this solo episode is the shortlist of things I want you to have as you move into the coming weeks and months and keep getting at the year with momentum and inspired action — and if you already have them, which is likely for many of you, let this be one of those reinforcing reminders to bring your mind back into alignment with where you’re truly headed.

    • 30 min
    Dagsmejan's Catarina Dahlin on Creating Better Sleep with Sustainable, Science-Backed Clothing in Switzerland

    Dagsmejan's Catarina Dahlin on Creating Better Sleep with Sustainable, Science-Backed Clothing in Switzerland

    If there’s one luxury in life that money can’t buy, it’s a good night’s sleep. Except, well, after you hear this week’s guest on the Spirit of 608 podcast, you might think differently.
    That’s because Catarina Dahlin, co-founder of Swiss sleepwear brand Dagsmejan, is here this week to let us in on her journey from a successful corporate job that included lots of international travel (translation: lots of jetlag) to founding a sleepwear brand that’s backed by scientific research and approved by, well, my mom. Those of you who have listened to the show for years know that every once in a while, my mom makes her way onto the show for stamping her extremely discerning approval on a FEST-ive product. When that happens, I always take notice because she’s got way better taste than I do and standards to match.
    But back to Catarina, who has built her company alongside her partner and with funding from the Swiss government (food for thought U.S. government, just sayin’) into a brand with an international reach thanks to its sleep-promoting fabrics that are ethically produced using materials that help regulate body temperature and reduce friction against the skin. There’s more to the product, but I’ll let you hear it from Catarina.
    Listen in to get inspired by an entrepreneur who admits she knew nothing when she started out, but has approached a problem in her own life with curiosity and a willingness to look to likeminded brands for advice and receive their help in ways that have boosted their trajectory on the entrepreneurial sleep train (sorry, couldn’t help it).
    Oh hey there! Please help the podcast out and leave us a rating and review on iTunes. This stuff is key to the show's success, and I appreciate you helping me play the game.
     HOW TO LISTEN:
    Listen online: Just press play above or subscribe via RSS to receive all new episodes.
    iOS, iPhone, iPad: Subscribe via iTunes or download the Apple Podcast app and subscribe by searching for Spirit of 608 in the app.
    Android: Download the free Stitcher app and search for Spirit of 608 in the app.
    Be on the Podcast: Ask Spirit of 608 a Question Linkage
    Connect with Catarina Dahlin
    Facebook: @dagsmejan
    Instagram: @dagsmejan_sleepwear
    LinkedIn: Dagsmejan Ventures
    YouTube: Dagsmejan
    Website: dagsmejan.com
    Resources from the show:
    Why We Sleep by Matthew Walker
    Pay It Forward:
    On - Performance Running Shoes
    Find more episodes featuring women at the forefront of FEST online at www.Spiritof608.com.


     

    • 46 min
    5 Years Later: How Many FEST Brands Persisted, Pivoted, IPO'd? What Percent Are Still Operating Today?

    5 Years Later: How Many FEST Brands Persisted, Pivoted, IPO'd? What Percent Are Still Operating Today?

    The TLDR? Listen in for the numbers, the common threads in the successes and failures and my predictions for what’s next.

    • 32 min
    Going Back to Where it All Began and Finally Finding Your True People & Passion with Purusha People's Hayley Elliott

    Going Back to Where it All Began and Finally Finding Your True People & Passion with Purusha People's Hayley Elliott

    In this episode, Hayley Elliott talks about how being authentic and true to herself boosted her branding and even connected her to her ideal audience. Check out this episode where we talk about balancing life and entrepreneurship, being authentic with yourself amidst the pressure of doing business.

    • 46 min
    Five Things That Have Worked Really Well for Me in 2021

    Five Things That Have Worked Really Well for Me in 2021

    Why wait until the middle or end of the year to evaluate what’s working well in ‘21? Two months and a bit in, I want to share 5 things that are working really well for me this year. Listen in!

    • 41 min
    Pioneering Fashion AI from Paris to Help Fashion Produce More Responsibly with Heuritech's Charlotte Fanneau

    Pioneering Fashion AI from Paris to Help Fashion Produce More Responsibly with Heuritech's Charlotte Fanneau

    This week, we hear from a leader in fashion tech from Paris, long the home of industry leading houses and couturiers who, despite their prominence, for years were notoriously slow to adopt technology as an inherent part of fashion’s future. But tech’s no longer an outsider idea in fashion. In fact, many major brands are leading the way forward by being early adopters of technology that makes it possible for brands to produce more selectively, decrease waste and foster more eco-aware thinking in an industry that is often filed under “most polluting in the world.”
    Bring up the phrase artificial intelligence in fashion, and you wouldn’t be alone if thoughts of space-age robots and smart clothing sprang to mind. But for this week’s guest, AI in fashion is closer to a day of deep diving on Instagram, thanks to her company’s ability to scan massive numbers of social media posts, images and content to produce trend projections from current data. It’s that data, in turn, that helps brands make better choices during the planning and production process.
    Listen in to hear from Charlotte Fanneau, Chief Operation Officer at fashion tech company Heuritech, where she arrived after working with some of the best known names in fashion. On this episode, we find out how things fell into place for Charlotte at the right place and the right time, and why she thinks businesses need to think globally, especially during these times.


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    Oh hey there! Please help the podcast out and leave us a rating and review on iTunes. This stuff is key to the show's success, and I appreciate you helping me play the game.
     HOW TO LISTEN:
    Listen online: Just press play above or subscribe via RSS to receive all new episodes.
    iOS, iPhone, iPad: Subscribe via iTunes or download the Apple Podcast app and subscribe by searching for Spirit of 608 in the app.
    Android: Download the free Stitcher app and search for Spirit of 608 in the app.
    Be on the Podcast: Ask Spirit of 608 a Question Linkage
    Connect with Charlotte Fanneau
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/heuritech/
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/heuritech/
    Instagram: @heuritech
    Website: Heuritech.com
    Resources from the show:
    2021 Fashion Rejuvenation Trend Report from Heuritech’s and Carlin’s Analysis
    Christopher Kane
    La Caserne
    Copenhagen Fashion Week
    Slack
    Notion
    Whimsical
    Radical Candor by Kim Scott
    Pay It Forward:
    Jackie Trebilcock
    Get Your PressDope DIY PR Quick Start Kit
    Find more episodes featuring women at the forefront of FEST online at www.Spiritof608.com.
    Tags: Charlotte Fanneau, Heuritech, Paris fashion, Paris startup, artificial intelligence, AI, fashion tech, fashion technology, trend forecasting, image recognition, fashion trends, female founder, female entrepreneur, women in business, fashion design, fashion business, fashion brand, fashion marketing

    • 50 min

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