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Conversations with founders and thought leaders in the orbit of HBA's robust fashion and lifestyle practice. How are fashion brands conceived, how do they scale, and how do questions of personal style interact with the broader business of fashion? This is a dialogue about creativity and its impact on our lives, hosted by HBA's head of Fashion and Lifestyle and noted fashion law professor, Douglas Hand.
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The Laws of Style Douglas Hand

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    • 4.7 • 19 Ratings

Conversations with founders and thought leaders in the orbit of HBA's robust fashion and lifestyle practice. How are fashion brands conceived, how do they scale, and how do questions of personal style interact with the broader business of fashion? This is a dialogue about creativity and its impact on our lives, hosted by HBA's head of Fashion and Lifestyle and noted fashion law professor, Douglas Hand.
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    Rinat Brodach

    Rinat Brodach

    On this episode, Douglas Hand sits down with gender free designer Rinat Brodach to discuss the universality, style and politics of clothing when it is stripped of gender labels. They track her evolution to gender free design from womenswear, her many fashion influences and her picks for the cities with the most gender inclusive style ethe. Listen in!
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    • 41 min
    Gigi Burris

    Gigi Burris

    In this episode, host Douglas Hand meets with fashion milliner and founder of Closely Crafted Gigi Burris. They discuss the art of hat making and how to (and how to not) wear a hat with confidence. They also cover the newly launched 501(c)(3) non-profit Closely Crafted which promotes American makers and the preservation of local production. Listen in!
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    • 42 min
    Michael Bastian

    Michael Bastian

    On this episode, host Douglas Hand sits down with designer Michael Bastian to discuss his stewardship of the oldest American clothing brand in existence, Brooks Brothers. They discuss the legacy and uniqueness of American style, menswear trends in this era of casualization, iconic and historic Brooks Brothers items and the future of the independent Michael Bastian brand. Listen in!
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    • 47 min
    Tiffany Stevens

    Tiffany Stevens

    On the latest episode of Douglas Hand’s podcast The Laws of Style, he sits down with the GC of the Jeweler’s Vigilance Committee, Tiffany Stevens, to discuss the surge in fine jewelry sales during COVID, legal issues with jewelry production and marketing and the rise of the bejeweled lapel pin. Listen in!
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    • 48 min
    Bridget Foley

    Bridget Foley

    On this episode, host Douglas Hand interviews legendary WWD executive editor Bridget Foley. They discuss fashion icons, the state of NYFW, designers of note, how being direct, informed and fair always wins and how, if everything is fabulous, nothing's fabulous. Listen in!
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    • 57 min
    Karin Dillie

    Karin Dillie

    On this episode Douglas Hand meets with Karin Dillie of the fashion resale platform Recurate. They discuss sustainability in fashion, the circular economy and how fashion misses it and how the next five years will see massive, radical change in consumers' relationships with their clothes and the notion second hand. Listen in!
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    • 44 min

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4.7 out of 5
19 Ratings

19 Ratings

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Just listened to the Greg Lauren episode and am working my way back through them. Quickly becoming my new favourite podcast 🙌

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