Host Heather Loduca interviews Fashion Industry power houses and their come up stories. Find out how they got to where they are today and what it’s been like to do it in their shoes. With a focus on fashion industry leaders, she also interviews guests in lifestyle, art, sports and music.
Founder of Rumble Magazine, Alessia Monastero tells me about her love of fashion, passion for the law and how she has been able to fuse her skills and interests together to create a platform that’s helping Canadian creatives all over the country.
Professional Makeup Artist and Covergirl’s Canadian Spokesperson, Veronica Chu has had an amazing come up story! She tells me about her journey to North America from Vietnam, living out her dream making it in New York and becoming a go to celebrity makeup artist for many industry heavy weights
With the huge sustainability movement in the fashion industry becoming more important than ever, Trisha (owner of Your Favourite Dresses) has been ahead of the game for years. She owns one of the few dress rental companies in the city of Toronto. Listen to see how she came to own her company and the surprising roadblocks that actually ended up working out for her. • @yourfavouritedresses on IG
Thinking professional baseball was his life path then moving to a career in finance, Anthony has always been “an artist too” since creating with his uncle at a very young age. Being a professional artist especially now in the digital age might be the most unlikely thing imaginable. Anthony did it and this episode is his story on how it all happened. • @ricciardipaints
Stella talks about becoming a model, comedian and digital content creator. We cover her success on vine and the overnight crash. Her come up story includes coming from a very traditional family who didn’t understand her dreams. She dives into all about how she overcame handling the expectations of the closest people to her in order to follow her gut and live her truth. • @stellaniicole
From leaving home at 16, dropping out of high school and dancing her way into what would turn into an amazing designing career. Stacey of the House of Sass & Magic talks about her journey on becoming a costume designer to now designing music festival wear and touring the country sharing it! • @housesmtdot
Singer, rapper, writer and over all music artist RAJAN talks about why he started making music, how he’s been able to make it a reality and what it was like to live some of his most exciting moments like opening up for Drake and recording his own track with Tory Lanez. Listen to Rajan’s come up story now! • @rajan905
Accountant turned FULL TIME Fashion Blogger! Jenna Morton of Prada & Pearls is telling us about how she managed to make her full time gig writing about her passions. AND she’s about to do it for a second time with the upcoming launch of her finance blog! If your wanting to know about what it takes to be a full time fashion blogger, your going to want to listen to this come up story 👗 Follow Jenna @pradaandpearls
This episode could have been HOURS long! Amelle’s story is extraordinary! From practically cheating death and learning amazing life lessons to taking a chance on her art and creating a song with the Legend Beenie Man! This episode does not disappoint! Get ready to hear singer/songwriter Amelle’s unbelievable come up story.
Emerging fashion model and stylist, Astrid talks to me about her come up! Moving to Canada from the USA, mental health, bullying and and how she is navigating the Toronto fashion scene while staying true to herself. • @sedgvvick • @comingupinmysneakers
James Milonas (aka @thejamesinthecity on Instagram) is the most fashionable realtor in the city of Toronto. His impeccable taste in clothing, footwear and home decor has allowed his brand to stand out well above the rest. If your looking to build a brand, business or both, this episode is for you.
Have you ever wondered how a person becomes a race car driver? Canadian female and 2018 Pirelli GT Sprint Champion Demi Chalkias tells me about her come up and how she couldn’t ignore her gut feelings to choose a career on the track. • This episode is for you if you have something that fires you up but maybe due to school, family or your own fears are currently pursuing something else.
Today I talk with up and coming fashion entrepreneur Carl Landry who founded WOW (Walking On Water) an amazing fashion event and runway experienced on the water. His ideas in the fashion event production space are ground breaking so if your interested in getting into events, producing and game changing ways to consume fashion, this episode is for you! Listen now to hear all about his come up!
Matty Nyman is the owner and founder of Matty’s FAB Avenue. An online boutique that carry’s unique fashion clothing and accessories and is a major supporter of local Toronto designers. A fashion personality, Matty brings his bright sparkling smile to what seems like every Toronto industry event. How did he get to be this blogger, entrepreneur and socialite? Listen as he tells me about his journey ✌🏼