Join our host, Who What Wear co-founder Hillary Kerr, as she chronicles the career changes that can come at any age in our podcast, Second Life.
Who What Wear With Hillary Kerr: Busy Philipps on Her Colorful Style and New Show, Girls5eva
This week, actress and best-selling author Busy Philipps brings us behind the scenes of her new show, the Tina Fey–produced Girls5eva, where she plays one of four members of a girl group making a comeback in their 40s. Philipps dishes on her favorite looks from the show as well as her personal style IRL, including the brands that contribute to her whimsical wardrobe and next-level necklace game.
Laura Modi: Bobbie CEO and Co-Founder
Laura Modi, mom, entrepreneur, and CEO and co-founder of Bobbie—the only female-founded and mom-led infant formula company in the United States—is changing the industry for parents and their children for the better. Modi launched Bobbie nationally in January of 2021 and was determined to destigmatize the use of formula, something that 83% of parents will turn to. On this episode of Second Life, find out how Modi’s positions at mega tech companies such as Google and Airbnb equipped her with lifelong lessons that eventually catapulted her into creating the first FDA-approved organic, European-style infant formula the U.S. has ever seen.
Who What Wear With Hillary Kerr: Power Stylists Wayman and Micah on Strategizing for Awards Show Season and Regina King’s Oscar Dress
Wayman and Micah are among the most powerful and influential stylists in Hollywood with a client roster including Regina King, Tessa Thompson, Mary J. Blige, and Kiki Layne, and a coveted spot on The Hollywood Reporter’s list of Top 10 Stylists of the Decade. On this week’s episode, Wayman and Micah tell Hillary about their meet-cute at a house party in 2008, how they strategized for Regina King’s stunning awards show season, and some of their favorite looks of all time.
Rachel Rodgers: Founder and CEO of Hello Seven
Rachel Rodgers is a prime example of someone who is breaking the glass ceiling. She is the CEO and founder of Hello Seven, a female-run company dedicated to teaching women of all backgrounds how to increase their income and build wealth without sacrificing their sanity in the process. Through her podcast and online club, We Should All Be Millionaires: The Club, Rodgers reaches over 50,000 women a week, empowering them to change the systematic cycle of overworking and underearning. On May 4, she releases her highly anticipated book, We Should All Be Millionaires: A Woman's Guide to Earning More, Building Wealth, and Gaining Economic Power. Hear how Rodgers’ first life as a lawyer propelled her to become a business coach, CEO, and self-made millionaire, on this episode of Second Life.
Who What Wear With Hillary Kerr: Rising Music Stars VanJess and Hollywood Brow Guru Kristie Streicher
First up is the Nigerian American sister duo VanJess from our annual Ones to Watch in Music portfolio, a curated spotlight of the rising female artists to know. Ivana and Jessica Nwokiki tell Hillary about finding their unique sound (think ’90s R&B meets house meets soul), creating their beloved EP Homegrown during the lockdown, and how they use fashion in their work. Then, brow guru Kristie Streicher breaks down everything you’ve ever wanted to ask an expert about brows—from treatments to products to the 411 on lamination.
Sana Javeri Kadri: Diaspora Co. Founder and CEO
Known and loved for its range of delectable spice flavors and aromatics, Diaspora Co.’s mission goes beyond highlighting indigenous spices. Founder Sana Javeri Kadri set out with the intention to work toward a radically equitable, sustainable, and modern spice supply chain by fostering integral relationships with farmworkers in India. Since its launch in 2017, Diaspora Co. now works with 150 farm partners and 1000 farmworkers, with the goal to provide health insurance for every farmworker by the end of 2021. Born in Mumbai, Javeri Kadri has always been at the intersection of food and culture, working in various roles within the food industry, from waitress and farmworker to photographer and marketing consultant. On this episode of Second Life, find out how each of those career experiences led her to make a lasting impact on a broken system.