18 episodes

The Vogue Codes podcast goes behind the scenes with some of the world’s leading entrepreneurs and business founders to unveil what it takes to succeed in the worlds of fashion, beauty and tech.

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The Vogue Codes podcast goes behind the scenes with some of the world’s leading entrepreneurs and business founders to unveil what it takes to succeed in the worlds of fashion, beauty and tech.

    Episode 18: Shrankhla Holecek

    Episode 18: Shrankhla Holecek

    Vogue Australia’s associate digital editor, Lucie Clark, chats to Shrankhla Holecek, founder and CEO of luxury beauty and wellness brand, Uma Oils. In this episode, the Indian-born, US-based entrepreneur discusses how her family’s link to royalty, Ayurveda and essential oils led her to leave a high-powered career in management consulting and launch a high-end skincare company. Shranhkla also shares the valuable lessons she’s learnt about trusting your intuition as a female entrepreneur and the importance of being open-minded to feedback.
     
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    • 34 min
    Episode 17: Carla Oates

    Episode 17: Carla Oates

    Vogue Australia’s associate digital editor, Lucie Clark, chats to Carla Oates, the “chef” and founder of pioneering gut-led beauty company, The Beauty Chef. Carla’s skin challenges as a teen, which her daughter also suffered from once she hit teenhood, started Carla on the journey that led to the launch of game-changing inner beauty product, Glow. In this episode, Carla discusses how with passion, conviction and focus, she completely disrupted the beauty industry, created a new inner beauty category, and helped countless Beauty Chef fans around the world get glowing—from the inside out.
     
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    • 29 min
    Episode 16: Nicole Eckels

    Episode 16: Nicole Eckels

    Vogue Australia’s associate digital editor, Lucie Clark, chats to Nicole Eckels, the founder and CEO of Australian-based home and personal fragrance brand, Glasshouse Fragrances. New York-born and raised, the beauty and fragrance aficionado launched Glasshouse Fragrances in 2006 after moving to Australia and experiencing an unsuccessful shopping trip for a scented candle. In this episode, Nicole discusses how she went from idea to fully-fledged brand, including learning how to make candles in her kitchen, and why staying authentic, listening to her gut instincts, and being okay with making mistakes, has helped her build her brand into the success it is today.
     
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    • 26 min
    Episode 15: Kate Morris

    Episode 15: Kate Morris

    Vogue Australia’s senior beauty and health editor, Remy Rippon, chats to Kate Morris, the founder and executive director of powerhouse Australian beauty e-tailer, Adore Beauty. Kate launched Adore Beauty from her garage in 2000, well before online shopping had become the norm, growing it into the multi-million dollar business it is today. In this episode—which was the second webinar in the 2020 Vogue Codes Virtual series—Kate discusses building Adore Beauty from the garage up, along with the invaluable business lessons she learned along the way, the e-tailer’s new sex category, and how Covid-19 has shifted customer beauty and self-care preferences, and in turn, Adore Beauty.
     
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    • 40 min
    Episode 14: Lillian Khallouf

    Episode 14: Lillian Khallouf

    Vogue Australia’s associate digital editor, Lucie Clark, chats to the founder and designer behind the eponymously named Australian pret-a-couture label, Lillian Khallouf. Since launching her first fashion label at the age of 19, Lillian has become the designer celebrity stylists turn to to dress their Australian A-list clients, as well as the name behind many a bride's dream wedding gown. More recently, Lillian has turned her hand to ready-to-wear, bringing her wealth of tailoring expertise to the ready-to-wear market. In this episode, Lillian discusses how she went from a teenager with big fashion dreams to one of Australia’s pret-a-couture success stories and why being optimistic and never giving up are key to succeeding in the tough business of fashion.
     
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    • 22 min
    Episode 13: Eva Galambos

    Episode 13: Eva Galambos

    Vogue Australia's fashion editor and market director, Philippa Moroney, chats to the founder, director and buyer of Parlour X, Eva Galambos. Since founding the business in 2001, Eva has built Parlour X into one of the premiere retail destinations for luxury international fashion in Australia, offering a curated edit of pieces from esteemed designers such as Valentino, Saint Laurent, and Celine. In this episode, Eva discusses how she built her remarkable business, and why confidence is key.
     
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    • 27 min

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