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The Andrew Coelho Show

The Andrew Coelho Show

By Andrew Coelho
The world’s only fashion podcast dedicated to helping entrepreneurs in fashion get the advice, insights, tips and tricks they need to become the industry's next wave of leaders.
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034 | David Kollar: How to scale a fashion brand without funding (part 2)
One of the most common questions I hear from emerging designers, and entrepreneurs in general, is how do I scale my business from $0 to $1,000,000, and this week’s episode features the perfect person to walk us through how he built his multi-million dollar brand from scratch. Born in Slovakia, today’s guest had a difficult start to his life. He was a young immigrant to Canada, arriving with his mom at the age of 7 with very little money and nothing but a future full of hope. Like many immigrants, his childhood wasn’t easy, growing up in government housing for much of his life, where the circumstances of his environment placed negative pressures on him, causing him to struggle in school and eventually drop out. But this didn’t stop the young entrepreneur from trying to achieve his dreams, in fact, as you will learn from this podcast, he’s actually been able to use his upbringing as an advantage which has allowed him to create a business that has changed his life. His namesake clothing brand is now a multimillion-dollar company that has been worn by the likes of Shawn Mendes and Steph Curry, just to name a few, and has been featured in GQ, Complex magazine and many other media outlets. To me, it’s inspiring stories like that of today’s guest that truly provides hope to other aspiring designers that anything is possible with hard work and perseverance. But I know what you are all thinking...how the heck did he achieve such success? Tune in this two-part series with my man David Kollar where he spills the beans on his entire fashion journey including key mistakes he made that you need to avoid, how to manage the everyday stresses of building a business, and other key tactics to help you replicate his success like influencer marketing strategies, running Facebook ads, and more. Sponsor Before I jump into this episode, I wanted to take a second to thank my sponsors at Bean Bundle, Canada’s newest coffee subscription. Before I geared up for this interview I used my french press using beans they sent me from one of the dopest roasters from across the country. Bean Bundle makes it so easy for people like me who drink tonnes of coffee every single day but love to try beans from different roasters. The process is pretty simple...you just visit beanbundle.com, choose how much coffee you want on a monthly basis, medium or dark roast and they ship you different beans from the latest roasters on a monthly basis. The best part is if you live in Canada they ship to you absolutely free and if you sign up using the code BUNDLE10 you’ll save 10% your subscription. Now pour yourself a cup of coffee and enjoy this week's episode.
45:11
March 24, 2021
033 | David Kollar: How to scale a fashion brand without funding (part 1)
One of the most common questions I hear from emerging designers, and entrepreneurs in general, is how do I scale my business from $0 to $1,000,000, and this week’s episode features the perfect person to walk us through how he built his multi-million dollar brand from scratch. Born in Slovakia, today’s guest had a difficult start to his life. He was a young immigrant to Canada, arriving with his mom at the age of 7 with very little money and nothing but a future full of hope. Like many immigrants, his childhood wasn’t easy, growing up in government housing for much of his life, where the circumstances of his environment placed negative pressures on him, causing him to struggle in school and eventually drop out. But this didn’t stop the young entrepreneur from trying to achieve his dreams, in fact, as you will learn from this podcast, he’s actually been able to use his upbringing as an advantage which has allowed him to create a business that has changed his life. His namesake clothing brand is now a multimillion-dollar company that has been worn by the likes of Shawn Mendes and Steph Curry, just to name a few, and has been featured in GQ, Complex magazine and many other media outlets. To me, it’s inspiring stories like that of today’s guest that truly provides hope to other aspiring designers that anything is possible with hard work and perseverance. But I know what you are all thinking...how the heck did he achieve such success? Tune in this two-part series with my man David Kollar where he spills the beans on his entire fashion journey including key mistakes he made that you need to avoid, how to manage the everyday stresses of building a business, and other key tactics to help you replicate his success like influencer marketing strategies, running Facebook ads, and more. Sponsor Before I jump into this episode, I wanted to take a second to thank my sponsors at Bean Bundle, Canada’s newest coffee subscription. Before I geared up for this interview I used my french press using beans they sent me from one of the dopest roasters from across the country. Bean Bundle makes it so easy for people like me who drink tonnes of coffee every single day but love to try beans from different roasters. The process is pretty simple...you just visit beanbundle.com, choose how much coffee you want on a monthly basis, medium or dark roast and they ship you different beans from the latest roasters on a monthly basis. The best part is if you live in Canada they ship to you absolutely free and if you sign up using the code BUNDLE10 you’ll save 10% your subscription. Now pour yourself a cup of coffee and enjoy this week's episode.
01:17:11
March 3, 2021
032 | How to become a successful artist from scratch with Anthony Ricciardi
It’s often said that you are the product of the 5 most people that you spend your time with, and if I had to redraft my top 5, my guest would definitely be part of that group This dude is truly inspiring, encouraging, and super positive, and his attitude towards building a business is one that everyone should try and embody. It’s not everyday someone can quit their job at a top real estate investment fund and turn out a successful full-time career as an artist. His path is definitely an unconventional one, which just goes to show you that if you put your mind to something and put in the work, that your dreams can definitely come true. This Toronto-based artist has curated large-scale artwork and clothing for notable celebrities such as Demi Lovato, Bad Bunny, Post Malone and Shaq and has collaborated with major brands such as Disney and Adidas. My guest today is my guy Anthony Ricciardi. He joined me on the pod to chat about fatherhood and its impact on his mindset, how he built his brand from scratch, and how he randomly ended up on stage with superstar rapper Post Malone. Sponsor Before I jump into this episode, I wanted to take a second to thank my sponsors at Bean Bundle, Canada’s newest coffee subscription. Before I geared up for this interview I used my french press using beans they sent me from one of the dopest roasters from across the country. Bean Bundle makes it so easy for people like me who drink tonnes of coffee every single day but love to try beans from different roasters. The process is pretty simple...you just visit beanbundle.com, choose how much coffee you want on a monthly basis, medium or dark roast and they ship you different beans from the latest roasters on a monthly basis. The best part is if you live in Canada they ship to you absolutely free and if you sign up using the code BUNDLE10 you’ll save 10% your subscription. Now pour yourself a cup of coffee and enjoy this week's episode.
01:00:23
February 9, 2021
031 | Beth Esponnette : A Perfect Fit - Unspun
If you guys are anything like me, shopping for jeans can be a real pain in the you know what. I experienced this recently when I ripped my favorite pair of selvedge denim right up and middle, and had to go on the hunt for a replacement pair. Finding the perfect pair of denim was no easy task, especially when you're a picky consumer like me who is very specific with regards to quality, manufacturing, and most importantly, fit. Thankfully, today’s guest set out with her co-founders to solve the problem of ill-fitting jeans at scale. Her start up, Unspun, automates the generation of custom-fit patterns from 3D body scans so that when you order denim from them, they fit to the exact mold of your body. Talk about solving a huge problem with one foul swoop! My guest today is the super smart Beth Esponnette, Co-Found of Unspun. Beth joined me to talk about how Unspun’s tech is the new way of buying perfect fitting jeans, the launch of their newest product, and how their dissolvable stitching is streamlining the upcycling process that will create a circular model moving forward. Sponsor Before I jump into this episode, I wanted to take a second to thank my sponsors at Bean Bundle, Canada’s newest coffee subscription. Before I geared up for this interview I used my french press using beans they sent me from one of the dopest roasters from across the country. Bean Bundle makes it so easy for people like me who drink tonnes of coffee every single day but love to try beans from different roasters. The process is pretty simple...you just visit beanbundle.com, choose how much coffee you want on a monthly basis, medium or dark roast and they ship you different beans from the latest roasters on a monthly basis. The best part is if you live in Canada they ship to you absolutely free and if you sign up using the code BUNDLE10 you’ll save 10% your subscription. Now pour yourself a cup of coffee and enjoy this week's episode.
51:49
January 28, 2021
030 | Creating a Permanent Collection and Changing the Fashion Industry Through Transparency with August Bard Bringeus
When most people get into the fashion business, the goal always seems to be MORE. More styles, more inventory,  more sales, more growth. But today’s guest, along with his co-founder, are actually on the pursuit of less. Their brand, ASKET is Swedish menswear company on a mission to end overconsumption and restore value in the apparel industry which they achieved so far by stepping away from seasonal churn and instead focusing on a permanent collection. It’s a simple concept in theory but one that has proven to unlock a radical new way of working. Their new methodology has resulted in zero end of season overproduction, which means there’s no need for discounting, ultimately reducing snap-shopping decisions that contributes to the issue of overconsumption. This slow approach to retail is super refreshing and affords them the time to become accountable for their supply chain, which by the end of summer, will be completely transparent through what they call the Impact Receipt, which will outline the environmental impact of every single garment in their collection. On this episode of The Andrew Coelho Show, I'm joined by August Bard Bringeus, Co-Founder of Asket. We chatted about some pretty cool topics like the best time to raise growth capital, how to build out a solid PR plan, and the long-term vision he sees for the fashion and apparel industry at large. Sponsor Before I jump into this episode, I wanted to take a second to thank my sponsors at Bean Bundle, Canada’s newest coffee subscription. Before I geared up for this interview I used my french press using beans they sent me from one of the dopest roasters from across the country. Bean Bundle makes it so easy for people like me who drink tonnes of coffee every single day but love to try beans from different roasters. The process is pretty simple...you just visit beanbundle.com , choose how much coffee you want on a monthly basis, medium or dark roast and they ship you different beans from the latest roasters on a monthly basis. Best part is if you live in Canada they ship to you absolutely free and if you sign up using the code BUNDLE10 you’ll save 10% your subscription. Now pour yourself a cup of coffee and enjoy this week's episode.
59:16
January 20, 2021
029 | A Story of Perseverance : Brian Chappon
Have you ever lost everything you owned to the point where you can carry it all around in a duffel bag? This week's guest did just that and actually ended up living out of a 24 hour Starbucks for a month. His story is truly inspiring and although not related to fashion in the slightest, his perseverance and rigour is the true essence of entrepreneurship, no matter what the industry. He started his career as a volunteer with NGOs, providing disaster relief in developing countries, and it was his work in that field led him to  job as a  consultant where he helped create innovative projects to build wealth, jobs, and opportunities in new markets within the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. Despite his efforts to make good, the mix of extended international travel, stress, and commitment to marathon training took a toll on his health. After the recession of 2008 he hit max burnout and went from what felt like being on top of the world to becoming homeless and living in a 24 hour Starbucks in New York City. After shaking off the pain of failure he took a sabbatical to teach spinning in a high-end studio and it was during his time reflecting where he too notice to the mental and physical health issues that fellow road warriors faced while traveling, and the idea to create a health studio in an airport was formed. Despite that initial project not taking off, no pun intended, he pivoted his focus to his new venture "CENTRED Wellness”  the first app-based membership program dedicated to helping travelers focus on their wellness and overcome the ravages of travel during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. Today I’m hanging out with Brian Chappon to chat about his incredible entrepreneurial journey and how he was able to battle through adversity to parle his passions into something impactful and meaningful. Sponsor Before I jump into this episode, I wanted to take a second to thank my sponsors at Bean Bundle, Canada’s newest coffee subscription. Before I geared up for this interview I used my french press using beans they sent me from one of the dopest roasters from across the country. Bean Bundle makes it so easy for people like me who drink tonnes of coffee every single day but love to try beans from different roasters. The process is pretty simple...you just visit beanbundle.com , choose how much coffee you want on a monthly basis, medium or dark roast and they ship you different beans from the latest roasters on a monthly basis. Best part is if you live in Canada they ship to you absolutely free and if you sign up using the code BUNDLE10 you’ll save 10% your subscription. Now pour yourself a cup of coffee and enjoy this week's episode.
53:09
January 13, 2021
A Holiday Message from Andrew
Hi Everyone, ⁣ ⁣Andrew here and before we all jump into the holiday break, I wanted to take a second to thank you all for being a part of this incredible podcasting journey I set out on in 2020.⁣ Although this year has been super challenging for many of us, I am super grateful for the incredible relationships I have been able to make with both my guests and my fans, and its these interactions that inspire me to keep up with the episodes.⁣⁣ When I started podcasting, I had no idea what I was doing. I had no experience recording, editing or even publishing a podcast, but with your support and encouragement, I was able to put out 27 episodes which I hope inspired and encouraged you to preserve in your own respective journeys, especially during these unprecedented times.⁣ ⁣ I hope that we all get to turn the page on 2020 and look ahead to a more prosperous 2021.⁣⁣ From the bottom of my heart, I wish you all a safe holiday season and the happiest of New Years, however, you chose to celebrate this holiday season.⁣ ⁣I am super excited to be back in the new year with some new guests, some great stories and some helpful insights.⁣ ⁣Love you all!⁣ ⁣-Andrew ⁣
01:32
December 23, 2020
028 | Sustainable Manufacturing with Joey Pringle
One of the greatest joys I get from hosting this podcast is meeting some incredibly inspiring people, with the goals and ambitions that can reshape our industry. Today’s guest is one of those people. A North London native, his first break in fashion occurred in Australia where was an accessories designer for Crumpler. Upon graduating with a BA Honours in furniture and product design, he relocated to Vancouver, Canada where he spent eight years as a technical bag developer for Mountain Equipment Co-op, and most recently as the accessories lead for one of Canada’s most accelerated start up fashion brands TenTree. During his time at TenTree, his role gave him the opportunity to visit factories overseas. On his travels to Vietnam and China, he had a meeting that would change the course of his career. And more importantly, change the way in which Chinese factories will operate in the future. What was supposed to be a routine factory audit, became an opportunity to take over a factory to implement a new manufacturing model that builds on sustainability, transparency, and raising consciousness. My guest today is Joey Pringle, the founder of Veshin Factory. He joined me all the way from the UK to talk about how he’s transitioning with his new life changing decision, his plans to help rebuild a sustainable manufacturing culture, and uncovering the misconceptions of Chinese manufacturing. Sponsor Before I jump into this episode, I wanted to take a second to thank my sponsors at Bean Bundle, Canada’s newest coffee subscription. Before I geared up for this interview I used my french press using beans they sent me from one of the dopest roasters from across the country. Bean Bundle makes it so easy for people like me who drink tonnes of coffee every single day but love to try beans from different roasters. The process is pretty simple...you just visit beanbundle.com , choose how much coffee you want on a monthly basis, medium or dark roast and they ship you different beans from the latest roasters on a monthly basis. Best part is if you live in Canada they ship to you absolutely free and if you sign up using the code BUNDLE10 you’ll save 10% your subscription. Now pour yourself a cup of coffee and enjoy this week's episode.
01:03:28
December 17, 2020
027 | Lindsay Christinee - The Wellness Feed
Did you know that the fashion industry is the second largest polluter in the world? While many brands are making efforts to be more sustainable, the fact still remains that the industry uses 93 billion cubic meters of water yearly and about 20% of the world’s waste water can be traced to fabric treatment. Around 90% of fibers used for clothing are incarcerated or put into landfills. The fashion industry is responsible for 10% of carbon emissions. My guest today stopped by to chat about how we as brand owners, consumers and human beings can make small adjustments to our everyday lives to help flatten the curve when it comes to the environmental impact of the fashion industry. After nearly ten years writing about fashion and beauty for publications like the Marketplace, The Daily Mail, Poster Magazine and Re/Make, she made the switch to write for Paul Newman's Common Good to profile nonprofits promoting environmental causes close to heart When the publication closed their doors just two months later in the summer of 2019, Lindsay combined her experience in digital media with her dedication towards living a more environmentally friendly life to launch The Wellness Feed, a digital media site dedicated towards helping others live a more sustainable lifestyle. Since its launch, The Wellness Feed has cultivated a growing community of 30,000+ monthly readers who tune in to the 100s of interviews with brands and experts in the eco friendly space. From well-known industry players to startups, The Wellness Feed asks brands the hard questions about how they're putting the planet and people first. Today, Lindsay took time to chat with me about a few of her favorite brands and what she has learned about being sustainable after interviewing 100+ of brands and experts. Sponsor Before I jump into this episode, I wanted to take a second to thank my sponsors at Bean Bundle, Canada’s newest coffee subscription. Before I geared up for this interview I used my french press using beans they sent me from one of the dopest roasters from across the country. Bean Bundle makes it so easy for people like me who drink tonnes of coffee every single day but love to try beans from different roasters. The process is pretty simple...you just visit beanbundle.com , choose how much coffee you want on a monthly basis, medium or dark roast and they ship you different beans from the latest roasters on a monthly basis. Best part is if you live in Canada they ship to you absolutely free and if you sign up using the code BUNDLE10 you’ll save 10% your subscription. Now pour yourself a cup of coffee and enjoy this week's episode.
40:22
December 2, 2020
BONUS - Hanging with Louie J.
Louie talks with guest host Andrew Coelho, entrepreneur and co-founder of the luxury handcrafted travel essentials Canadian brand Monte & Coe. Key entrepreneurship tips from crowd funding and design to distribution and partnerships that strives to make morally responsible fashion decisions in a fast-fashion world. Learn more about Andrew Coelho: www.monteandcoe.com and www.andrewcoelho.ca Podcast: The Andrew Coelho Show - Andrew interviews industry moguls and guides other fashion entrepreneurs, designers, and students from experience. Sponsor Before I jump into this episode, I wanted to take a second to thank my sponsors at Bean Bundle, Canada’s newest coffee subscription. Before I geared up for this interview I used my french press using beans they sent me from one of the dopest roasters from across the country. Bean Bundle makes it so easy for people like me who drink tonnes of coffee every single day but love to try beans from different roasters. The process is pretty simple...you just visit beanbundle.com , choose how much coffee you want on a monthly basis, medium or dark roast and they ship you different beans from the latest roasters on a monthly basis. Best part is if you live in Canada they ship to you absolutely free and if you sign up using the code BUNDLE10 you’ll save 10% your subscription. Now pour yourself a cup of coffee and enjoy this week's episode.
01:01:11
November 25, 2020
026 | All About Marketing With Neil Patel
Today’s guest is a true mogul when it comes to digital marketing. Frankly, I was surprised to steal some time from his schedule to get him on the podcast. He is a New York Times Bestselling author, and The Wall Street Journal calls him a top influencer on the web. Forbes says he is one of the world's top 10 marketers, and Entrepreneur Magazine says he created one of the 100 most brilliant companies. He was recognized as a top 100 entrepreneur under the age of 30 by President Obama and a top 100 entrepreneur under the age of 35 by the United Nations. He’s helped Amazon, Microsoft, Airbnb, Google, Thomson Reuters, Viacom, NBC, Intuit, Zappos, American Greetings, General Motors, and SalesForce grow through marketing. His marketing blog generates over 4 million visitors per month and his Marketing School podcast generates over 1 million listens per month, while his social media accounts combined boast over 2 million combined followers and subs. He is the co-founder of KISSmetrics, Crazy Egg, and Hello Bar, as well as the founder of Quick Sprout, where he helps businesses drive more traffic and make more sales online. He consults, invests, blogs and speaks all over the world; in short, he knows what it takes to become a successful entrepreneur. My guest today is super start digital marketer Neil Patel. On this very special episode Neil breaks down all the nuances of SEO, explains how there is no secret sauce to success and reveals his next venture launching in 2021 to compete with email giant Mailchimp. Sponsor Before I jump into this episode, I wanted to take a second to thank my sponsors at Bean Bundle, Canada’s newest coffee subscription. Before I geared up for this interview I used my french press using beans they sent me from one of the dopest roasters from across the country. Bean Bundle makes it so easy for people like me who drink tonnes of coffee every single day but love to try beans from different roasters. The process is pretty simple...you just visit beanbundle.com , choose how much coffee you want on a monthly basis, medium or dark roast and they ship you different beans from the latest roasters on a monthly basis. Best part is if you live in Canada they ship to you absolutely free and if you sign up using the code BUNDLE10 you’ll save 10% your subscription. Now pour yourself a cup of coffee and enjoy this week's episode.
38:43
November 11, 2020
025 | The World of Millinery With Jay Cheng
For those of you who don’t know the term “millinery”, it is the art of creating women’s hats, and my guest this week is an iconic milliner recognized globally for her intuitive and colorful design style. Since beginning her career in Fashion and Design in Hong Kong over 25 years ago, she has produced countless editorials and runway shows, executed a wide range of costume, wardrobe, and styling for film, television, print, commercial, and live performances. While on this journey as a creative, she fell in love with the art of Millinery and in 2004 began her brand Jaycow Millinery. Since then she has created hundreds of bespoke pieces by mixing and matching her extensive collection of over 400 hat blocks from all over the globe to create democratic shapes that break the rules and reveal the multiplicity of character. Her brand Block Common is her fresh and contemporary take on popular common hat blocks from throughout the 20th century. My guest today is Jay Cheng. She stopped by the pod to talk about her upbringing in Hong Kong, defying her parents to pursue her dreams, and how she serendipitously came to fall in love with Millinery. Sponsor Before I jump into this episode, I wanted to take a second to thank my sponsors at Bean Bundle, Canada’s newest coffee subscription. Before I geared up for this interview I used my french press using beans they sent me from one of the dopest roasters from across the country. Bean Bundle makes it so easy for people like me who drink tonnes of coffee every single day but love to try beans from different roasters. The process is pretty simple...you just visit beanbundle.com , choose how much coffee you want on a monthly basis, medium or dark roast and they ship you different beans from the latest roasters on a monthly basis. Best part is if you live in Canada they ship to you absolutely free and if you sign up using the code BUNDLE10 you’ll save 10% your subscription. Now pour yourself a cup of coffee and enjoy this week's episode.
01:03:59
November 4, 2020
024 | Highsnobiety's Very Own : Jeff Carvalho
Spoiler alert - today’s guest is an absolute rockstar when it comes to street style, sneakers, and emerging brands. With 17 years of commitment to his craft, he is known as the driving force behind one of menswears most notable publications focused on innovative lifestyle coverage. It’s hard to believe that this progressive lifestyle journalist was on a path to becoming a pharmacist, when he quickly pivoted to pursue his interest in fashion, art and style. Instead he launched a first wave podcast called The Weekly Drop, which was followed by notable listeners including UGK’s Bun B, and quickly became a go to source for long-form storytelling on the industries emerging designers, collabs, releases and the like. Little did he know that this street fashion podcast would lead him to the next stage of his career where he would lead the North American expansion of Europe's leading menswear blog, HighSnobiety. This week, I had the honor of chatting with the extremely interesting and creative Jeff Carvalho, Co-Founder of Highsnobiety. He stopped by the pod to chat about his unlikely path to the fashion world, the importance of supporting true talent in a noisy and crowded industry, and what exactly new luxury is and who’s shaping it. About this podcast: The Andrew Coelho Show is the world’s best fashion podcast dedicated to helping entrepreneurs and professionals in the fashion industry. Tune in to get the advice, insights, tips and tricks from some of the industry’s most respected moguls. Sponsor Before I jump into this episode, I wanted to take a second to thank my sponsors at Bean Bundle, Canada’s newest coffee subscription. Before I geared up for this interview I used my french press using beans they sent me from one of the dopest roasters from across the country. Bean Bundle makes it so easy for people like me who drink tonnes of coffee every single day but love to try beans from different roasters. The process is pretty simple...you just visit beanbundle.com , choose how much coffee you want on a monthly basis, medium or dark roast and they ship you different beans from the latest roasters on a monthly basis. Best part is if you live in Canada they ship to you absolutely free and if you sign up using the code BUNDLE10 you’ll save 10% your subscription. Now pour yourself a cup of coffee and enjoy this week's episode.
01:02:04
October 28, 2020
023 | Yossi Fisher : Holistic Branding & Healing the Industry
Guest Bio⁣ ⁣Born to entrepreneurial parents in the retail and textile industries, today’s guest was immersed in the business of fashion from a very young age.⁣ ⁣In 2001 he opened a fashion boutique where he started his professional journey into branding, strategy, and marketing.⁣ ⁣With a keen skill for spotting successful collections before his peers, he quickly built a reputation among distributors and showrooms who took notice and started to ask for advice about market trends and up-and-coming brands.⁣ ⁣After a successful run in retail, this led him to explore new opportunities in the industry which prompted him to close the shop and immerse himself in the world of branding and private label development.⁣ ⁣Captivated by the strategic differences in global markets, and the different communication styles expressed through branded content, by 2008 he was consulting across the USA, EU, and Asia with brands such as Wimbledon Tennis, Stormtech, and HEAD Sportswear.⁣ ⁣His interest in the power of storytelling led him to co-found a styling company in 2010 which  helped hone in on his creativity and opened the doors to major commercial, music video, and editorial projects for household names like Virgin Media, Wu-Tang Clan, and Vogue.⁣ ⁣Now, as a Creative Strategist and Holistic Brand Consultant, he continues to help businesses create strong messaging and creative marketing strategies that drive businesses forward in this human-centric era.⁣ ⁣Today’s guest is the ever nice and extremely talented Yossi Fisher. He stopped by the pod to tell me about his incredible fashion journey, why entrepreneurs should be maintaining a 2020 mindset for 2021, and how SMBs and brands can make noise to come out on top post pandemic.⁣ ⁣About this podcast:⁣ ⁣The Andrew Coelho Show is the world’s best fashion podcast dedicated to helping entrepreneurs and professionals in the fashion industry. Tune in to get the advice, insights, tips and tricks from some of the industry’s most respected moguls.⁣ ⁣Sponsor⁣ ⁣Before I jump into this episode, I wanted to take a second to thank my sponsors at Bean Bundle, Canada’s newest coffee subscription.⁣ ⁣Before I geared up for this interview I used my french press using beans they sent me from one of the dopest roasters from across the country.⁣ ⁣Bean Bundle makes it so easy for people like me who drink tonnes of coffee every single day but love to try beans from different roasters.⁣ ⁣The process is pretty simple...you just visit beanbundle.com , choose how much coffee you want on a monthly basis, medium or dark roast and they ship you different beans from the latest roasters on a monthly basis.⁣ ⁣The best part is if you live in Canada they ship to you absolutely free and if you sign up using the code BUNDLE10 you’ll save 10% on your subscription. Now pour yourself a cup of coffee and enjoy this week's episode.
01:35:20
October 20, 2020
022 | The Seemingly Simple Trick To Growing A Brand with Jose Abreu of La Paz
Today’s guest is a branding expert turned self-taught designer who brings a fresh perspective and a humbling approach to the menswear scene. As the co-founder of La Paz, he and lifelong friend Andre Texeira are key contributors in putting Portuguese manufacturing and design on the fashion map by focusing on simple designs, quality production and long-lasting durability. Inspired by the sea, their brainchild La Paz embodies a sense of soul and positive spirit, which coupled with their humble and honest approach to business has landed them in over 100 retailers across the globe. How did this little Portuguese company grow to be such a prominent player in the menswear world? Join me as I chat with La Paz Co-Founder Jose Abreu as we chatted about their unexpected path to menswear, how tradeshows played a key role in their success and how he and his partner Andre have navigated the rough waters of the global crisis to keep La Paz afloat and thriving. Before I jump into this episode, I wanted to take a second to thank my sponsors at Bean Bundle, Canada’s newest coffee subscription. Before I geared up for this interview I used my french press using beans they sent me from one of the dopest roasters from across the country. Bean Bundle makes it so easy for people like me who drink tonnes of coffee every single day but love to try beans from different roasters. The process is pretty simple...you just visit beanbundle.com , choose how much coffee you want on a monthly basis, medium or dark roast and they ship you different beans from the latest roasters on a monthly basis. The best part is if you live in Canada they ship to you absolutely free and if you sign up using the code BUNDLE10 you’ll save 10% on your subscription. Now pour yourself a cup of coffee and enjoy this week's episode.
49:04
October 14, 2020
021 | Fashion in Film with Roger Gingerich
Today’s guest is a true ambassador of Canadian Fashion. With more than 35 years of industry experience, he has been championing and advocating for designers and brands in our industry and has become one of the leading figures responsible for growing the footprint of Canadian fashion globally. There is no shortage of desire, commitment, or knowledge from today’s guest.  He served on the board of directors of many fashion related organizations including the Toronto chapter of Fashion Group International as well as Canada Fashion Group Inc. which hosted Toronto Men’s Fashion Week and Toronto Women’s Fashion Week,  the largest fashion weeks in Canada, respectively. He was  recently appointed to the Board of Directors of the Commonwealth Fashion Council and as if he didn’t have enough going on, he has also recently acquired CANIFF. Today’s guest is the one, the only, Roger Gingerich. He stopped by the pod to offer wisdom to aspiring designers and entrepreneurs, and to chat about how he plans to further Canadian fashion internationally via his involvement with the CFC and how CANIFF can help brands tell interesting stories that get recognized globally. Before I jump into this episode, I wanted to take a second to thank my sponsors at Bean Bundle, Canada’s newest coffee subscription. Before I geared up for this interview I used my french press using beans they sent me from one of the dopest roasters from across the country. Bean Bundle makes it so easy for people like me who drink tonnes of coffee every single day but love to try beans from different roasters. The process is pretty simple...you just visit beanbundle.com , choose how much coffee you want on a monthly basis, medium or dark roast and they ship you different beans from the latest roasters on a monthly basis. Best part is if you live in Canada they ship to you absolutely free and if you sign up using the code BUNDLE10 you’ll save 10% your subscription. Now pour yourself a cup of coffee and enjoy this week's episode.
01:14:28
October 6, 2020
020 | An auto mechanic turned bespoke tailor | Mike Paul
My guest this week is the epitome of an underdog. You know, the type of guy who has his back against the wall but against all odds always manages to emerge victorious! Born in Cuba as a navy brat, he is most certainly the opposite of what often defines the subculture and lifestyle of military families.  His behavior is quite the contrary - in fact he is the true essence of an entrepreneur. You see, today’s guest started his fashion career on the ground floor of Canada’s most iconic menswear department store where he developed an affinity for textiles, garments, and innovating the way men looked at fashion. The interesting thing about him is that before that moment he wasn’t really a fashion guy.  Actually, he was a self-taught auto mechanic who lived that South Florida surf life. It wasn’t until 2009 where his life took a different path that led him to fashion. Want to hear this guy's fascinating story?  Sit back and enjoy this week's episode with Mike Paul. He joined me on the pod to chat about his unpredictable path to becoming a bespoke tailor, how his experience living through the 2008 financial crisis has helped him navigate Covid and how he plans to grow his business even as we live through the most difficult crisis the world has ever seen. _ Before I jump into this episode, I wanted to take a second to thank my sponsors at Bean Bundle, Canada’s newest coffee subscription. Before I geared up for this interview I used my french press using beans they sent me from one of the dopest roasters from across the country. Bean Bundle makes it so easy for people like me who drink tonnes of coffee every single day but love to try beans from different roasters. The process is pretty simple...you just visit beanbundle.com , choose how much coffee you want on a monthly basis, medium or dark roast and they ship you different beans from the latest roasters on a monthly basis. Best part is if you live in Canada they ship to you absolutely free and if you sign up using the code BUNDLE10 you’ll save 10% your subscription. Now pour yourself a cup of coffee and enjoy this week's episode.
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September 16, 2020
019 | Making Change for Black Designers of Canada with George Sully
If you guys have never heard of today’s guest, then buckle up, because I’ve never met any one in fashion with more energy or spirit. If you asked me how to describe him, it would be tough. He’s a man of many titles.  When I met him 10 years ago, he was just a shoe designer, but he has evolved into so much more than that. This entrepreneur, brand architect and philanthropist has built himself a collective of multifaceted companies that leverage him as an innovative player in the world of multimedia, content creation, and fashion design.  His most recent project, BlackDesignersofCanada.com, is a true example of his energy and passion. Today I’m hanging out with shoe designer George Sully. On this fiery episode George talks all about racism in fashion, how he plans to create change using his new initiative, and how to turn your perception and vision into reality.  Before I jump into this episode, I wanted to take a second to thank my sponsors at Bean Bundle, Canada’s newest coffee subscription.  Before I geared up for this interview I used my french press using beans they sent me from one of the dopest roasters from across the country. Bean Bundle makes it so easy for people like me who drink tonnes of coffee every single day but love to try beans from different roasters.  The process is pretty simple...you just visit beanbundle.com , choose how much coffee you want on a monthly basis, medium or dark roast and they ship you different beans from the latest roasters on a monthly basis.  Best part is if you live in Canada they ship to you absolutely free and if you sign up using the code BUNDLE10 you’ll save 10% your subscription. Now pour yourself a cup of coffee and enjoy this week's episode.
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September 3, 2020
018 | The Mindset Of An Entrepreneur and How To Love Yourself w/ Lingerie Designer Mary Young
Today’s guest is hands down one of the most inspiring people I have ever met. Her journey began in a small-town, or shall I say village, 5 hours outside of Toronto, where she encountered wild animals more often than human beings. Needless to say, when she made her move to the big city to pursue her fashion dreams, the transition wasn’t easy. Not only was she faced with an overwhelming culture shock, but she also battled lingering health issues related to a concussion she received back in high school, which threatened her ability to pursue her dreams. Faced with the possibility of quitting fashion school to focus on her health, she ignored the advice of her doctors and discovered her own method of healing focused primarily on self-love and mindset. This fashion entrepreneur truly embodies the essence of both resilience and authenticity which cascades right into her brand where she inspires and empowers women of all shapes and sizes through self-love and acceptance. My guest today is lingerie designer Mary Young. She stopped by to discuss some of the key challenges she faced in her life so far and how she’s used those experiences to become a great entrepreneur, build her brand, and champion a movement that is beyond selling underwear.
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August 25, 2020
017 | From small town to the big apple with designer David Hart
In the small naval town of Annapolis, Maryland, today's guests began designing clothing at the young age of 7. In his teenage years, he quickly realized that this intense love for fashion and design could only be nurtured by moving away from home. At seventeen, he did just that and moved to New York City to study at FIT, where he earned his BFA in fashion design. Over the next seven years, this designer would refine his skills while working for the likes of Anna Sui, Tommy Hilfiger, and Ralph Lauren where he honed his eye for sartorial craftsmanship, explored his interest in the history of American sportswear, and continued to cultivate his own distinct aesthetic. In 2009, he launched his independent neckwear line, David Hart & Co. and over the following years he debuted his first full ready-to-wear collection in 2013 under the label DAVID HART. He prides himself on creating confident yet approachable clothing for the modern gentleman.  With every collection, Hart consistently lends a modern eye with a nostalgic twist.  Each piece is infused with history and classic details that come to life in a very fresh way. His designs have earned him countless fashion awards and he was even named one of the Best Menswear Designers in America by GQ Magazine in 2015. My guest today is David Hart, Owner & Artistic Director of his self-entitled menswear label.  We caught up this week to chat about what it was like growing up in the tiny town of Annapolis, the importance of finding a balance between art and business, and how hard work leads to key moments that help grow your brand!
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August 12, 2020
016 | Jim F******G Moore | The True Hero of Hunks
Today’s guest needs no introduction. It’s Jim Fucking Moore. If you’re a menswear aficionado and that name doesn’t mean anything to you, then you’ve been living under a rock for the last 40 years because this dude has been one of the key contributors to helping you elevate your style from jeans and tee to trousers and a knit with what seems like the snap of his fingers. After this interview, I can truly say that Jim is one of the coolest and most down to earth dudes I have ever met, which I wouldn’t have suspected from a top dog fashion editor who’s lived in NYC since he was 17. But it’s true – his humble beginnings in Minnesota truly shine through. With that said, It’s no surprise that this man has special relationships with the likes of Kanye West and has connected with the most incredible people to execute shoot after shoot with some of the planets most distinguished individuals. His impact on GQ and growth of menswear is truly legendary, which is showcased in his new book Hunks and Heroes. On this episode of The Andrew Coelho Show, Jim and I chat about his life’s work at GQ, the legendary 9 hour fitting with Kanye West and what it was like to the meet President Obama, not to mention the practical advice he gives for brands looking to stand out in a crowd and aspiring fashion editors looking to climb their way to the top!
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August 4, 2020
015 | From Menswear Influencer to Tailor with Jonathan Cavaliere
Today’s guest is the award-winning menswear enthusiast who was once named Canada’s sharpest man. Since 2011, he has been a trusted source of expert style advice with a goal to give men the tools they need to elevate their confidence and overall quality of life. This influencer turned fashionpreneur recently launched a made to measure tailoring business to help men wear clothes they actually love. Today’s guest is Jonathon Cavaliere as he joins me to chat about his fashion come up story, how he came to be one of Canada’s most revered menswear influencers and how he plans to grow his made to measure business during and post-COVID.
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July 15, 2020
014 | How to land your dream job in fashion with Oggy Nikolova
www.andrewcoelho.ca My guest today began her professional career as Visual Merchandising and Store Manager in Southampton, UK. At the age of 24, she leveraged her MBA in luxury brand management to become an International Headhunter to Luxury Fashion brands, where she recruited Executive Professionals in all fields of the Fashion Business and Creative industry. Alongside her professional experience, she has worked as a freelance brand consultant launching The Agency De La Mode: a Fashion Brand Development Consultancy, helping start-up brands and designers shape a successful fashion business. In 2018 her experience as a headhunter opened her eyes to what an “ideal candidate” looks like for Fashion Brands and Businesses so she started he saw an opportunity to start Fashion Super-Intern to help support and help students get their dream job in Fashion. In today’s episode, I sat down with Oggy N. to chat about her passion for helping students and all the tips and tricks to get your fashion dream job.
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July 7, 2020
013 | A Grey Cup Champion Football Player Turned Fashion Entrepreneur | James Yurichuck, CEO Wuxly Movement
Before becoming a fashion entrepreneur, today's guest was a CFL champion who spent 8 years as a professional football player. After four seasons with the BC Lions, he was traded to his hometown Toronto Argo’s and during the move, he tasked himself with finding his girlfriend, a beautiful Brazilian girl, the perfect parka to help her adjust to harsh winters in Toronto. He became defeated in his search because there was no Canadian made, animal-free parkas on the market. He turned to his longtime friend and master-tailor, Anthony DeBartolo, to design a warm winter parka. The final result of their creation is Wuxly movement, a Canadian made animal-free outerwear company utilizing revolutionary tech-based materials that are lighter and warmer while being respectful to the planet. My guest today is James Yuirchuk, CEO of Wuxly movement. I caught up with James to chat about life after football, how his experience as a pro football player has helped him as an entrepreneur, and how he has been able to quickly pivot his business to produce 1 million units of PPE to help frontline workers.
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June 30, 2020
012 | The Power of Messenger Marketing with Andrew Bilak
I’m having coffee with Andrew Bilak, Found of Royalwood media as we chat about the power of messenger marketing, the one book that changed his life and why the window seat is so important to him when he travels.
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June 24, 2020
011 | Fashion and Fatherhood in a Covid World with Matteo Sgaramella
For most designers, starting a label is a lifelong dream. They attend design and fashion school to learn the skills they need to fulfill their big dream of creating their own collection. My guest today, on the other hand, is quite the opposite. Growing up in Toronto’s inner-city exposed him to various subcultures as a teenager. Skateboard culture, hip hop culture, and most importantly, graffiti culture. He spent his later teenage years tagging, painting, creating street art in Toronto. At 18 he reached a crossroads, hoping to leverage his love and skill for street art into a career. After 4 years of graphic design, school emerged his final project which was centred around a hypothetical brand called Outclass. Instead of throwing twelve months of work down the drain, he parled the project into a business that is turning 10 years old in just a few month's time. Joining me on the pod today is Matteo Sgaramella, the creator of Outclass attire. He joined me on zoom to chat about his new role as a dad, how his business and the fashion business will change because of COVID, and what he has in the works for his 10th anniversary!
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June 16, 2020
010| Leaving your dream job & transitioning to life as an entrepreneur with Christine Carlton, CEO of The September
Remember when you were in university and you fantasized about landing your dream job. You’d think to yourself, "how incredible life would be if I could just get paid to work in a field that you absolutely loved." Well, this weeks guest had everything she could have wished for before becoming an entrepreneur. She spent 17 years as a  Divisional Vice President at Holt Renfrew where she travelled to the world's fashion capitals, bouncing from designer showroom to designer showroom to bring Holts customers the worlds latest handbags, shoes, jewelry and more. But after 17 years something just wasn’t right. She left her dream job at Holts, and after taking some time to herself, she launched her own e-commerce brand selling shoes, and now handbags, jewelry and other accessories. My guest this week is Christine Carlton Founder and CEO of the e-commerce brand The September. I caught up with Christine to chat about her big transition from corporate retail to e-commerce fashionpreneur, how she’s navigating her business during the global pandemic, and of course, how the heck she was able to leave her dream job after 17 years. You can save 20% off at The September by using code AC20 at checkout! 
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June 9, 2020
009 | Pinterest 101 with Akvile DeFazio
As someone who lives for connecting people, bringing together consumers and brands is what today's guest is super passionate about. Prior to launching her own advertising agency, she spent more than a decade working in-house at a variety of companies building her skill set in paid search and social media. As a conversion-driven marketer, she loves helping businesses expand their online visibility and reach their growth goals. Her expertise lies in e-commerce as she specializes in the use of Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pinterest Advertising. Joining me on the pod today is Akvile De Fazio, the president of Akvertise. I got the chance to pick her brain about the world of Pinterest marketing as we talked about all the incredible ways to leverage the often overlooked social media platform to grow your business in a cost-effective way.
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June 2, 2020
008 | Protecting Your Brand From Fashion Pirates with Ashlee Froese
Ashlee Froese is a lawyer and trademark agent, who is recognized by the Law Society of Ontario as a Certified Specialist in Trademarks Law.  With over 10 years’ experience practicing branding and fashion law, Ashlee provides a deep understanding of brand-protection strategies.  Ashlee manages, enforces, commercializes and protects clients' brands domestically and internationally.  She also creates strategies for the planning and execution of brand-protection strategies.  Since 2017, Ashlee has been consistently recognized by the World Trademark Review as one of the top 1000 trademark lawyers in the world.  In 2019, Ashlee was only one of 39 lawyers across Canada to be granted the Lexpert Zenith Award, which recognizes Ashlee as a change-maker in law.  Ashlee is a City Moguls award recipient, which recognizes her entrepreneurship and dedication to philanthropy.  Prior to launching Froese Law, Ashlee was a partner on Bay Street. Ashlee's scope of practice includes trademarks, copyright, licensing, domain name, social media, marketing/advertising and packaging/labelling laws.  Ashlee also assists in drafting and negotiating commercial agreements associated with the manufacture, distribution, sale and advertisement of branded products and services. Ashlee holds numerous leadership and mentorship positions within the legal, branding and fashion industries including executive committee member (Ontario Bar Association), brand strategy council member (Canadian Marketing Association), co-chair (City of Toronto's Fashion Industry Advisory Panel), advisor (Ryerson Fashion Zone), mentor (Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards), mentor (Toronto Fashion Incubator), committee member (Intellectual Property Institute of Canada), committee member (International Trademarks Association), past co-chair (Fashion Group International), and past chair (Toronto Intellectual Property Group). Ashlee is a frequent guest speaker and published author on branding and fashion law.  She has lectured at law schools, universities, cultural institutions, law societies and industry associations throughout North America.  She has also been published in numerous magazines, academic publications and is a contributing author to a nationally published book.  Ashlee is frequently sought out by the media to provide her commentary to the media on leading branding and fashion law matters. A dedicated advocate for the fashion industry, in December 2015 Ashlee led a pan-industry movement challenging the Ontario government to recognize the fashion industry as a cultural industry, thereby becoming eligible for government funding.
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May 26, 2020
007 | Building a Luxury Brand | Andrew Coelho
The luxury fashion world is not an easy one to crack. That's why it's so impressive to see how Andrew and his co-founders at Monte & Coe got their start from humble beginnings and have continued to evolve in such a competitive industry.  Their magic formula for their brand is founded on one guiding principle: create high-quality products that foster personal expression and practicality. Without authenticity, transparency, and story, Andrew believes that brands never stand a chance.
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May 19, 2020
006 | Susan Langdon - The Ultimate Fashion Mentor
On this episode, I sat down with one of Toronto’s greatest fashion mentors. Inspired by her mom, she learned how to sew at the young age of 5, and by the age of 9 was operating the sewing machine on her own and making her own garments that she wore to school. Needless to say, she would emerge as one of the top students in Ryerson’s Fashion Design program. Following university, she spent 7 years cutting her teeth in the industry, saving money to pay down student debt, and building her network to take the next step of starting her own line. While enjoying success running her own company, the recession in the early 90’s forced her to give up her dream and cause her to shift her focus to what ended up being her true calling. In 1994, she took the helm of the Toronto Fashion Incubator where she mentored many Canadian designers like Project Runway’s Sunny Fong, among many others. Today I’m sitting down with Susan Langdon, ED of Toronto's fashion incubator. In this episode we chat about overcoming intimidation in design school, Implementing new verticals to recession-proof your business and how consumer mindset will shift post-pandemic. Thank you all for tuning- before we jump into it I wanted to give you a quick heads up that this episode was recorded remotely via Zoom and the sound quality at times may be compromised. Bare with me as I learn how to navigate the art of remote podcasting.
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May 12, 2020
005 | Fashion and Spirituality w/ Huma Aslam
Huma Leelah was born and raised in Toronto yet has spent her formative years studying, living and working in major cultural and fashion centres globally such as Los Angeles, NYC, London, Toronto, Hong Kong, Madrid, Karachi, Delhi & Dhaka. This international exposure to the fashion industry & consumerism allows Huma to understand the global trends that affect the industry and has given her great insight into what it takes to create a successful global fashion brand. Huma has worked within fashion design & merchandising, product development, business development, global sourcing and manufacturing for over 10 years. Huma honed her craft by attending design school in Los Angeles at FIDM.  Before beginning her own company, Huma was fortunate to apprentice & work in various markets of the industry such as juniors working with licensed apparel, to a young men’s collection synonymous with LA Living, a contemporary women’s bridge collection produced in India, custom clothing design working with musicians such as Barry White – her designs have been worn by Beck & Prince, to NFL, WNBA, NBA players including the coach of the Toronto Raptors Dwane Casey. Huma worked in haute couture with Vivienne Westwood at her Gold Label Design Studio in London where she worked on the collection featured in the film Sex In The City. Huma began her yoga practice in Los Angeles years ago where her passion for the lifestyle and deeper spiritual wisdom was ignited. After working internationally for years now Huma has returned back to Toronto to launch a new chapter in her career bringing more fashion and consciousness together. Through Huma’s love of design and daily spiritual practices, “SOUL STYLE FASHION” was born.  Soul Style is a personal brand styling service that strives to be a movement to remind people to tune into themselves.  To encourage and remind them they can fully inner-stand and love all aspects of themselves. With a solid foundation of self - love and connectedness one is able to connect deeper to their own soul and learn how to express themselves authentically.  One can tune in to their own signature style and use fashion to raise their frequency, their energy and be happier and healthier.  Huma works with clients one on one to show them how.    Huma Leelah, also works on a clothing collection of universally sized garments and accessories.  Oneness, Healing, Love and Consciousness represent the intentions behind the birth of each of her products found at www.soustylefashion.com.
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May 5, 2020
004 | Coffee with Laura Davidson
Laura Davidson is a content creator, accounting guru and the creator of My Sweat Story and SWEATCITY Collective. Since launching these platforms in conjunction with her Instagram account @misslauradavidson, she was able to quit her job at one of Canada's top venture capital investors working with Kevin O'Leary. She's also launched her own Accounting Consulting company and continues to inspire her followers to transform their health and wellness through authentic relatable content.
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April 28, 2020
003 | Coffee with Barb Atkin Part 2
Barb Atkin is a former VP of Fashion at Holt Renfrew. Known in international fashion circles as a dynamo and respected by the fashion industry’s best minds for her talent, passion and exceptional flare for taking a bold approach to business. Keeping her eye on the consumer has helped her understand their behaviour and lifestyle needs helping companies to pinpoint the important consumer trends that will impact their business in the 21st century and beyond. Her consulting company Barb Atkin Inc. helps to future proof and bring to market fashion lifestyle brands and disruptive fashion tech companies.
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April 21, 2020
002 | Coffee with Barb Atkin - Part 1 of 2
Barb Atkin is a former VP of Fashion at Holt Renfrew. Known in international fashion circles as a dynamo and respected by the fashion industry’s best minds for her talent, passion and exceptional flare for taking a bold approach to business. Keeping her eye on the consumer has helped her understand their behaviour and lifestyle needs helping companies to pinpoint the important consumer trends that will impact their business in the 21st century and beyond. Her consulting company Barb Atkin Inc. helps to future proof and bring to market fashion lifestyle brands and disruptive fashion tech companies.
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April 14, 2020
001 | Coffee with Kyle Kaminsky (Bather)
This week I sit down for coffee with Kyle Kaminsky, the founder of Bather swimwear. Kyle and I discuss the origins of the brand and how he got his first retail account before ever designing a bathing suit. We also chat about some of his other businesses before Bather and take a quick glimpse into future plans for the brand. **This episode is sponsored by Spently -- Get a FREE trial using the link in my Instagram bio @mrandrewcoelho**
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April 7, 2020
The Intro Episode
What’s up everyone, I'm Andrew Coelho and I want to thank you for joining me for the very FIRST episode of The Andrew Coelho Show, the world’s only podcast strictly dedicated to helping entrepreneurs in the fashion industry aka fashionpreneurs. Every week, I will be interviewing the most exciting and inspiring Fashionpreneurs of today. Each interview will be designed to tell the real-life story of each remarkable guest and get their insights, advice, tips, and tricks to help you down your yellow brick road of fashionpreneurship. Think of this podcast as your FREE fashion mentorship program featuring some of the industries' most respected and accomplished individuals. I already have an amazing line up of interviews ready to go, so please make sure you subscribe to The Andrew Coelho Show using whatever podcast app you use RIGHT NOW! Thanks for joining and I look forward to taking this journey with you!
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March 18, 2020