Little Red Village
10. Janie Bryant Part 1: Emmy Award Winning Costumer41:29On this episode we dive into what its like running a large costuming department, Mad Men, and more with Primetime Emmy Award Winning costumer Janie Bryant.
9. Jenny Campbell: Part 2: New Orleans Costumer and Digital Archivist37:08Join us for part two with Mardi Gras costumer and New Orleans creative Jenny Campbell where we discuss her custom costume clientele, the creative process and of course her early fashion and design memories.
8. Jenny Campbell Part 1: Digital Archivist & Costumer36:30Jenny Campbell is a dynamic fashion and costuming lover with a passion for New Orleans. She is both a renowned Mardi Gras costumer for various krewes and works as a digitization and collections expert for The Louisiana Museum.
7. Erin Ayanian Part 2: Hollywood Makeup Artist32:27In part 2 of our interview with celebrity makeup artist Erin Ayanian we discuss MUA history, key inspirational references, book recommendations and more.
6. Erin Ayanian Part 1: Hollywood Makeup Artist30:58Our next guest is our first venture into the world of professional makeup! Erin Ayanayan has spent the last few decades honing her craft as a MUA to the stars. Most notably Elle & Dakota Fanning and Lucy Liu. She sheds light on industry ins and outs for how to flesh our characters, running a production like Neon Demon’s makeup and more.
5. Justine Picardie Part 2: Historian & Former Editor in Chief Harpers Bazaar UK33:02On part 2 of her interview, we learn from former Editor in Chief of Harper's Bazaar UK, fashion historian & author Justine Picardie; who talks to Rachel and Jonathan more about how to frame history in the modern age of cancel culture, the unique lens of wartime as a crucible for history, and how to discuss complex yet problematic figures like Coco Chanel.
4. Justine Picardie Part 1: Former Editor in Chief Harpers Bazaar UK34:50On this episode we learn from former Editor in Chief of Harper's Bazaar UK, fashion historian & author Justine Picardie; who talks to Rachel and Jonathan about her books Miss Dior, and Coco Chanel: The Legend and Life as well as the future of fashion publishing in the age of AI.
3. Sandy Schreier Part 2: Largest Private Haute Couture Collector and Fashion Historian40:31On this episode of Little Red Village we wrap up our special 2 part interview with the savior of fashion herself, Sandy Schreier. The couture collector, author, and fashion historian has spent her entire life obsessed with fashion and its preservation. Sandy began collecting haute couture during the heyday of Detroit luxury as The Motor City's ladies who lunch sent trunks of hand me down couture by the limo full. The Ford, Dodge, and Chrysler women were just as enraptured by her passion for fashion as we are.
2. Sandy Schreier Part 1: Largest Private Haute Couture Collector and Fashion Historian37:40On our first two part special episode we sit down with a truly life-long collector of haute couture, Sandy Schreier who joins us to talk about her unparalleled collection of haute couture and the journey to her one woman show at the Costume Institute. We discuss being given haute couture by American royalty by way of Detroit's famous automobile manganates whose wives gave a precocious Sandy their old couture thanks to her obsession with the fashion magazines she'd read while at work with her furrier father at Russek's Department Store.