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  • 00:57

    Dr. Michelle Harris interview with Dena Burton of Dena Burton Collections

    in Christianity

    Dr. Michelle Harris will be interviewing Dena Burton. Dena is the CEO of Dena Burton Collections. As a native of Chicago and graduate of Howard University in Washington, DC, Dena moved to California to work in several capacities of the entertainment industry, including TV, short films and theatre.  It was also where she decided to pursue her dream of fashion design.  As a Karen Kane scholarship recipient at The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM), Dena produced her first collection while at FIDM where she received numerous accolades from industry leaders and peers.

    Join the discussion to learn more about Dena Burton and the fashion industry....Including "What's hot and what's not!"

    Don't miss it.

  • 00:14


    in Fashion


  • 01:00

    Profile:Ellen Mirojnick/Costume Designer/ BAFTA Nom/Behind the Candelabra

    in Movies

    Emmy® Award Winning Costume Designer Ellen Mirojnick was born and raised in New York City, where her interests in fine art,photographyand fashion grew quickly. After graduating from the prestigious High School of Music and Art, she further pursued her study of design at The School of Visual Arts and Parsons School of Design. It wasn’t long before Mirojnick set her sights on Hollywood to begin her career, which has spanned three decades as a Costume Designer for films including: HBO’s Behind the Candelabra, Wall Street and Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps starring Michael Douglas, What Women Want with Mel Gibson and Helen Hunt, Failure to Launch starring Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew McConaughey. Ellen has received numerous prestigious nominations and awards. In 2013, she received an Emmy® for “Outstanding Costumes for a Miniseries, Movie Or a Special” for Behind the Candelabra, and nominated for
    the same category in 1998 for Cinderella. Ellen has also been nominated in 2003 and 2011 for the Costume Designers Guild “Excellence in Contemporary Film” Award for the films Unfaithful and Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. In 1993 she was nominated for the “Best Costume Design” BAFTA Film Award for Chaplin.Ellen has lectured at UCLA, the Lincoln Center Film Society, the Directors Guild of America and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. She has been profiled in numerous international fashion publications, as well as on AMC’s Hollywood Fashion Machine series, “The Costume Designer”. Her work has been displayed in the “50 Designers/50 Films” exhibit at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the 1998 Florence Biennale, FIDM’s 2011 and 2012 Annual Exhibits, and the prestigious “Hollywood Costume “ at London's Victoria and Albert Museum.You can email your questions to 123filmeasy@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film

  • 00:31

    Your True Colours Image Radio

    in Lifestyle

    Carolyn Bendall, Fashion Critic and blogger (www.carolynbendall.com), discusses subjects, trends, or products within the beauty and fashion industry, focusing on Your True Colours, and how it applies to you, the individual.

    Allison Fagundes is the founder of BusteeLady, which makes fashionable and supportive clothing for busty women.  Fashion is Allison’s calling. Attending FIDM and LMU helped land her careers in apparel manufacturing and costume design.  As she developed the brand concept, a particularly humiliating, but now funny moment, catapulted Bustees into reality.  Bustees promotes health and wellness and supports 2 causes, one of which Allison directly encountered, breast and thyroid cancer.

    Bustees designs bikinis with fit, fashion, as well as performance in mind. We want our clients to be beachside, or poolside, and only be focused on enjoying themselves as well as reveling in the fact they look fabulous!  If a customer wearing our product goes to the beach and decides she wants to be a part of a pick-up game of volleyball, she will be left without a doubt knowing her curves are secure, properly supported, and she won’t have to worry about anything “popping out to say hello” no matter how active her day becomes.  Bustees bikinis mimic the support of a brassiere, while maintaining better dimensional stability through the layering of performance textiles. In fusing these two ideas, you end up with an impressive product that will last.



  • 01:41


    in Lifestyle

    This week’s OH MTG! featured creative phenom is Kisha Hicks from Wilma & Ethel handcrafted jewelry, based in Downtown Los Angeles and founded by Miss Hicks in 2006. The company name “WILMA & ETHEL” comes from a combination of her dog's nickname, Wilma (That’s right kids, as in “Wilma” from THE FLINTSTONES)  with a natural pairing with Ethel (Right again, kids… as in “Ethel Mertz” from I LOVE LUCY), both famous 50's TV gals.  Kisha's “Wilma & Ethel” jewelry, like her company name, has an overriding motif - Girlfriends.  Girls who work together, play together, and share memories together.  This is “Wilma & Ethel”.

    Each piece is expertly designed and hand-crafted by Kisha herself.  A graduate of FIDM (Fashion Institute of Design and Marketing), Kisha has developed a line rich in natural themes & bohemian textures, designing contemporary jewelry with a vintage flair.  Her collections vary from delicate contemporary designs to vintage motifs with materials ranging from 14K Gold-plated & Sterling Silver to Mixed Metals & Suede.  

    If you have missed any of our previous shows - catch all of our show recordings at spreaker.com or facebook.com/ohmtg to get your fill of conversation, music and laughter.

  • 01:11

    Down the Line on TNNDN Network w/ FIDM's Ryan Camden!

    in Football

    An Irish fan's BEST listen for in-depth coverage, interviews & analysis of Notre Dame Football and Fighting Irish Athletics

    Down the Line

    Hosted by the Irish experts: Jason Cripe, Tim Daniel & Steve Herring

    TNNDN Network's flagship show and the 60 minutes that started it all. Airing LIVE every Tuesday, Down the Line is your place for game reviews, interviews, breaking news & more. Year-round focus on the legendary Fighting Irish Football Team with updates about ALL Irish sports and alumni doing great things.

    Down the Line was started in an effort to bring Notre Dame fans together in supporting the Fighting Irish teams and their University's mission of giving back.

    Down the Line regularly features charity & fundraising efforts with great causes that are directly affiliated with current students, alumni, and fans.

    *This show is not affiliated in any with the University of Notre Dame or its Athletic Department.

  • 01:01

    Fast Talk with The Color Whisperer

    in Real Estate

    Fast Talk with Vickey Wachtel and Courtney Barker with guest Jeanette Chasworth
    Jeanette Chasworth’s clients have nicknamed her “the color whisperer” because of her approach to creating incredible rooms or homes for her clients. When starting a new project, she first listens to the needs and desires of both the client and the house. Instead of fitting her style to a project, she uses her intuition and design knowledge to create a unique environment that weaves together each client’s unique tastes, preferences and functional needs to create a space or home that reflect the client’s personality. After working with Jeanette, clients describe their new space as “visual expressions of their personality”. Their homes move from feeling chaotic to feeling more like a sanctuary. There is a sense of peace and comfort created by colors and textures that now harmonize with the energy of the client—and with their home. As a result, Jeanette’s portfolio illustrates great diversity in design, as her philosophy is unbounded by a particular style, and her inspiration draws from the desires that houses may ‘whisper in her ear’. In addition to Jeanette’s innate talent with color and design, she earned a degree from Los Angeles’ Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM). Next were varying assignments, from showrooms at the Pacific Design Center, interior design firms, drapery manufacturers, and the assistant to the president and designer of a Bausman & Co., a premier furniture manufacturer. In 2002, Jeanette opened her own design firm and her journey an interior designer took a new and exciting turn. In addition to managing numerous interior design projects., she has taken her love one step further, by being an interior design instructor. She has inspired students at Citrus College in Glendora, the University of California at Riverside, and Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut.

  • 00:31

    Kitty Curcio/ Artist, Designers and Things Oh My

    in Design

    Kitty Curcio We'll talk about her passion, and aspirations
    Born and raised in California, I have lived in France, Italy, New York, San Francisco,and Manhattan Beach, Ca. .  I Have designed women's shoes, clothing, and accessories. I have spent the Last 25 years, owning Decorative Tile & Bath,Inc. A Kitchen and Bath showroom, with ceramic tile, stone, plumbing fixtures, and home accessories. I have designed all my life! My Mentors were: Diana Vreeland, Joan Helpern, Billy Baldwin ( the designer, not the actor) Yves Saint Laurent, Andy Warhol, Stanley Marcus, and a host of other talents, not as famous, but equally as talented. My travels to every continent, except Australia have led me to a sophisticated concept of style, and  the way different elements can be applied to every design style. I have designed department Stores, Boutiques, Large new construction residential, offices, and small remodels. I have also Taught at FIDM Los Angeles Campus.

  • 00:29

    20th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design

    in Hobbies

    I took a trip to L.A. to see costuming from last year's movies. Listen while I go on and on about my favorite subject.
    Also, I will discuss some of the costumes I have made.

  • 01:02

    Voices of Anakazi- Taryn Hipwell CEO, Ecodivas LLC

    in News

    Taryn is from Pittsburgh. She studied fashion design and art therapy at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, she worked for designer Anna Sui in New Yorkand styled films and celebrities, while assisting director David Zucker in Los Angeles. She teaches “Sustainability and the Fashion Industry” at FIDM as well as “Eco Fashion”/”Recycled Fashion” at Environmental Charter High School, Hollywood Media Arts and Youth Environmental Network Zambia in Africa. Her unique repurposed Kimono quilt can be seen on HGTV’s the Antonio Treatment; PAPER Magazine featured a tissue paper, Alexander McQueen, replica dress; and she is very proud of her R’ashion class at Environmental Charter High School for designing an Alice in Wonderland dress out of chip wrappers and juice containers.
    She has been featured in the movie Hot, Rich and Green and in the Huffington Post. Taryn and partner Billy Lombe are in the process of creating, R’ashion Camp Zambia, an Eco Fashion exchange camp in Zambia Africa.  The purpose of the camp is to educate youth from the U.S. and Africa how to turn waste into fashion whilst taking care of our beautiful planet.

  • 01:06

    Christian Devotions Speak UP! with Roxanne Packham

    in Religion

    Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! when Scott McCausey learns more about how we can live a life of hospitality with guest Roxanne Packham.
    Born into a circle of highly creative designers and entrepreneurs, Roxanne considers her family a constant source of inspiration and encouragement. Her maternal grandfather, Allan Adler, "silversmith to the stars," was not only her dear, sweet grandfather of whom she was immensely fond, but her greatest inspiration when it came to design advice. Spending many nights at her grandparents’ home while attending both USC and FIDM, her grandfather’s design advice on numerous projects, which she completed at that time, proved life-changing.
    Roxanne often found herself learning this legacy around the family table. All of these precious life lessons, encouragement, laughter, and fun were exchanged at the always beautifully set family table. Privileged? Yes, but not in the way you would automatically think. Roxanne feels this privilege was the gift of listening to these hard-working men, and women. You know the quote: “Behind every great man stands a great woman!” This is our heritage and where she gets her inspiration... wanting to set the stage for others to pass their heritage down through the generations. Her mission is to use design to help other families set the stage to instill their family legacies around the table, be it farmhouse, dining or picnic table...this is Roxanne's dream. Check out her web site at www.inspireddesignpublications.com.