From the creators of Who What Wear—your trusted source for celebrity style, the latest fashion and beauty trends, and shopping suggestions—comes the brand new podcast, Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr. Think of it as your direct line to the designers, stylists, beauty experts, editors, and tastemakers who are shaping the fashion and beauty world. Each week, Who What Wear Co-Founder and Second Life podcast host, Hillary Kerr, will cover everything from the latest emerging trends and talent to candid conversations with industry icons. This is what style sounds like.
Tina Craig: Founder of U Beauty and Digital Influencer, BagSnob
Tina Craig has worn many hats over the years in fashion and beauty, including that of brand ambassador, consultant, designer, stylist, and founder of the talent management agency Estate Five. You likely know her, however, as one of the original digital fashion influencers and the queen of handbags and luxury, BagSnob. These days, she’s also the founder of the pioneering and beloved brand U Beauty. In this episode, Tina explains the technology behind her innovative skincare brand and takes us through #TBT to review some of the most iconic handbags of the past 15 years.
J.Lo’s Stylists Rob Zangardi and Mariel Haenn on 10+ Years of Next-Level Fashion
Rob Zangardi and Mariel Haenn, professionally known as Rob + Mariel, have been on The Hollywood Reporter’s “25 Most Powerful Stylists in Hollywood’’ list for 10 consecutive years, for their consistent ability to blow our minds with fashion looks for longtime clients like Gwen Stefani, Jennifer Lopez, Cara Delevingne, and so many more. This week, they’re bringing us inside their creative mindset, including what it’s like to design hardworking costumes for live performances (like Super Bowl LIV) for the biggest superstars in the world.
Tom Bachik: The "MANicurist" Responsible for Your Favorite Celebrities' Nails
Nail artist and celebrity manicurist Tom Bachik is best-in-class. Not only does his celebrity client list include the likes of Jennifer Lopez, Selena Gomez, and Kim Kardashian, but Tom is also a world champion, having won over 300 nail competitions. He’s also the first nail artist to ever hold a contract with Chanel. On this episode, Bachik tells Hillary about working with his famed clients, his winding road to the top of the industry, and how best to care for your nails.
Eric Daman on Costume Design From Gossip Girl and Sex and the City
Eric Daman is an Emmy Award–winning costume designer, celebrity stylist, fashion designer, jewelry designer, and author. Getting his start in TV on the high-fashion drama series Sex and the City, Daman went on to lead costume design in the full six-season run of the CW’s original Gossip Girl, where his designs earned him a 2009 Costume Designerʼs Guild nomination and established his reputation as an influential force to be reckoned with. Daman is here to talk about his vast career, including all the Easter eggs to look out for in his latest project, HBO Max’s Gossip Girl reboot.
Chris Appleton on Creating Signature Hair for Kim Kardashian, J.Lo, and Ariana Grande
Celebrity and conceptual hairstylist Chris Appleton is responsible for arguably more viral hair looks over the past five years than anyone else in the game. (Think Ariana Grande’s snatched ponytail, J.Lo’s glamorous Superbowl curls, and that "wet" look Kim Kardashian wore to the 2019 Met Gala.) In this episode, Chris speaks with Hillary about the inspiration behind some of his most iconic looks, how he entered the industry, and the easiest styles you should be trying at home.
Jameela Jamil + Leiomy Maldonado Talk HBO Max’s Legendary and the Impact of Ballroom Culture
This week, Hillary sits down with the Wonder Woman of Vogue, Leiomy Maldonado, and The Good Place actress and founder of iWeigh, Jameela Jamil. The pair are two of the four judges on HBO Max’s Legendary, in which voguing teams called "houses" compete in dance challenges and showcase fashion for a chance to win a cash prize. Jameela and Leiomy speak to the incredible community that the show represents and bring us behind the scenes—sweat, shade, and looks included.