Fashion icon and wellness advocate Norma Kamali sits down with friends and experts for in-depth conversations about about health and wellness, gender issues, aging with power, new technology, fashion, NYC history, and so much more.
Physician, psychologist, and acupuncturist Dr. Jingduan Yang talks with Norma about the benefits of traditional Chinese medicine, Western medicine, maintaining spiritual health, tips for aging with power, their book Facing East, and more. Learn how the human body is like a car!
Norma sits down with her dear friend Christene Barberich, co-founder and global editor-in-chief of Refinery 29, to dig deep into topics like the challenges of pregnancy later in life, dealing with the realities and uncertainty of cancer, the silence around miscarriage, and more.
RuPaul Andre Charles reminisces with Norma on his life and lessons learned. From finding your tribe, to overcoming the ego and getting back on your feet, to being your authentic self, RuPaul's stories and quest to just have fun will help you enjoy this gift of life.
Dr. Nir Barzilai discusses his clinical studies with centenarians and their families. How do sleep, diet, exercise, medication, childbirth, and more affect aging? How can we live longer? Norma will find out!
Norma talks with Tony Award-winning theater producer Jordan Roth about gender fluidity, dressing to fit in or stand out, the definition of art, the joy and pain of being human, being an inspiration for others, and more.
After reading Sasha Charnin Morrison's heartfelt instagram post about feeling aged out of the Fashion industry, Norma sits down with her to talk more about how age groups are ignored. They also discuss learning from the best, marriage, being open and honest, needing help, and more.
Norma continues the conversation on "aging with power" in an interview with writer Shani Silver. Topics include dating apps and how to meet people now, knowing your self worth, choosing to be single, societal perceptions of age, men's point of view, and more.
Dr. Gregg Lituchy and Norma discuss the importance of oral health and looking good to feel good. Dr. Lituchy explains into detail on cosmetic dentistry, how aging affects your smile, the art of handcrafted veneers, why canines are the most important teeth, and more.
Astrologer Karen Thorne and Norma discuss all things astrology, including the mathematics of the heavens, matching personalities with jobs, finding a partner, Earth's astrological sign, and more. They even finish up with a chart reading for Norma.
Psychic Barbara Reeder and Norma discuss their personal experiences with the other side. Barbara talks about angels and guides, how to listen for messages, surprising the boyfriend with the wandering eye, becoming comfortable with death, and more.
Dermatology expert Dr. Ellen Gendler weighs in on all things skin related, including fillers, collagen, tanning, surgery, facials, and more. Norma and Dr. Gendler also discuss the importance of taking care of your skin early, the aging process, and self esteem.
Norma discusses the importance of fitness and nutrition for healthy bones with her own doctor, Joseph Lane M.D. Norma and Dr. Lane also talk about dangerous sports, surgery, new medicines and procedures, the difference between a tourist and a New Yorker, and more.
Continuing Norma's medical expert series, Dr. Amy Tiersten talks with Norma about what's new in oncology, treatments for hot flashes and breast cancer, chemotherapy and radiation therapy, maintaining a healthy body, and more.
Norma's medical expert series continues with menopause specialist and OB/Gyn Dr. Rebecca Brightman. Norma and Dr. Brightman discuss hormone replacement therapy, issues around delayed motherhood including freezing eggs, the resilience of the female body, and more.
After meeting Dr. Julia Smith on a panel, Norma decided to launch a series of discussions with top clinical experts. In this episode Norma and Dr. Smith discuss developments in cancer screening, the importance of diet and exercise, talking to youth about gynecological issues and self-esteem, touching people who are ill, and more.
Can women really feel great about going makeup free? Will men come out of the closet about their love of self care products? And will we ever be able to put our mobile devices down and show kindness through touch?
Norma and her lifelong friend Vinny Pascal reminisce about growing up in New York City in the 60s, nightlife, celebrities, criminals, and how as teens they survived and came out of it all. Norma could have been a rock and roll saxophone player!
Creative pioneer and visionary leader Michael Beneville and Norma go deep into cutting edge technology, the reality and potential of virtual reality, a walk through a parallel universe, meeting yourself in High Fidelity, the specter of artificial intelligence, and more.
Multiple award winning columnist, creative director, and former fashion editor Marylou Luther guides Norma through a review of her career, starting on her own with only $98, becoming a feminist icon, going online, and even encouraging Norma to run for President.
Vintage expert Gerard Maione digs into Norma's history to talk about the influence of vintage films, London in the sixties, New York in the seventies, the rise (and fall) of fashion designers, timeless style versus trends, and more.
Global head of Books, Lectures, and Conference Divisions at WME, Jennifer Walsh asks Norma about receiving signals from the universe, advocating for women, the freedom of menopause, the importance of humor, and more.