“Fashion Reverie Talks” Episode 5

OK, I know you have heard the adage, “five is the charm.” No, that’s “three is the charm.” Well, how about, “to practice five things under all circumstances constitutes perfect virtue; these five are gravity, generosity of soul, sincerity, earnestness, and kindness.” Confucius said that!!

Am I saying that episode 5 of “Fashion Reverie Talks” has perfect virtue? No, I am not saying that, but it is pretty good!!

This episode of “Fashion Reverie Talks” includes a fall 2021 bridal roundup discussion with co-hosts Carl Ayers, Tijana Ibrahimovic, and Cicily Daniels. The co-hosts discussed the fall 2021 bridal collections of Lihi Hod, Ines di Santo, and VERDIN New York. Additionally, fashionreverie.com’s associate fashion editor Cameron Rose discussed her fall 2020 fragrance picks.

In a special segment R&B artist Russell Taylor discussed his call-to-action song “Wake Up.” Editor-in-chief William S. Gooch conducted the interview. Russell Taylor also detailed his other music projects and his desire to stay an independent artist.

As we do in every episode, there is fashion news which this week includes the passing of fashion icon Kenzo Takada, June Ambrose’s new job as Puma’s creative collaborator, and Nyle DiMarco’s documentary, “Deaf U.” True to form, “Fashion Reverie Talks” continues to be an expansion of everything we do on fashionreverie.com. And like everything on the site, the segments on the talk show are nuanced, provocative, charming, and full of fun!!

—William S. Gooch

Fashion Reverie Talks Episode 4

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In this fourth episode of “Fashion Reverie Talks,” we had the first guests on the show. First, we were privileged to have Deborah Sawaf, creative director of Thalé Blanc, talk about her debut ready-to-wear collection which premiered at the recent New York Fashion Week (NYFW). Deborah was interviewed by fashionreverie.com celebrity style editor Tijana Ibrahimovic. And later in episode 4, fashionreverie.com managing editor Carl Ayers interviewed actor London Brown about his role in the third iteration of “Tales from the Hood.”

“Fashion Reverie Talks” also hosted a round table discussion—Carl Ayers, Tijana Ibrahimovic, Cicily Daniels—about the spring 2021 collections of Bibhu Mohapatra, Maxhosa, and Alice + Olivia from NYFW. This was NYFW’s first digital presentation, and though many top designers did not show, there were several top brands that continued the tradition of showing their collections.

As with do with every episode, there was thought-provoking fashion news, which included news about Sean Combs collaborating with fashion brand Missguided, Ralph Lauren Corp. announcing layoffs, and Lacoste ending their collaboration with rappers Romeo Elvis and Moha La Squale. True to form, “Fashion Reverie Talks” episode 4 is full of information, charm and humor. Stay tuned for the next episode!!

—Staff

“Fashion Reverie Talks” Episode 3

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With the New York Fashion Week (NYFW) spring 2021 season less than a week away, “Fashion Reverie Talks” episode 3 holds a panel discussion on the evolution of NYFW with fashionreverie.com editor-in-chief William S. Gooch, associate editor Kristopher Fraser and co-hosts Carl Ayers, Tijana Ibrahimovic, and Cicily Daniels. This lively and sometimes humorous discussion examined the origins of NYFW and its evolution from Press Week—the initial name of NYFW—to the move to Bryant Park, Lincoln Center, Spring Studios and its new iteration as a digital experience.

Additionally, Kristopher Fraser and co-host Cicily Daniels spill the tea on all the great fashion in FOX’s upcoming series “Filthy Rich,” starring Kim Cattrall. And with all episodes there is fashion news about Serena Gomez’s new beauty line, Michael Kors’ fashion admonition around voter’s registration and all the goings-on around the global fashion calendar.

—Staff

“Fashion Reverie Talks” Episode 2

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Can you believe it? The second episode of “Fashion Reverie Talks” is now live. Who would’ve believed that when we started this journey five months ago that we would see it come to fruition so quickly?

That said; the second episode of “Fashion Reverie Talks” details some interesting fashion news—Jay Manuel’s new Book “The Wig, the Bitch, and the Meltdown,” Michele Morrone’s new gig as the face of Guess Men, and the high price Michael Jordan’s sneakers demanded at a Chrystie’s auction. All examined with depth and nuance.

This episode contains a wonderful segment with associate editor Kristopher Fraser about “The Return of Hood by Air.” Fashion Reverie’s managing editor Carl Ayers does a thorough job explains what Pre-Fall means in the fashion industry and to consumers in his segment “What is Pre-Fall”—he also details some Pre-Falll 2020 trends. And our celebrity style editor Tijana Ibrahimovic takes an interesting approach to stylish celebrities that have great style that have new fall 2020 television shows. Tijana’s segment “Celebrities with Great Style That Star in New Fall 2020 Series,” co-hosted by Cicily Daniels has lots of humor and charm.

—William S. Gooch

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