Mina Gerges is changing the face of fashion. As the first Middle Eastern, Queer model he is the face of Sephora and Calvin Klein campaigns. Mina’s road has not been easy. Here he speaks about the importance of having more variety of male models and being true to yourself…

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Jeanne Beker is a fashion and media icon. For many, Saturdays at 630PM were sacred as Fashion Television aired, showing for the first time behind the scenes at fashion weeks around the world. From McQueen to Lagerfeld to Karen to Jacobs to Gaultier - Jeanne has seen it all, but the road was not always easy. Listen as Jeanne shares intimate stories, milestone moments and speaks incredibly candidly about her 27 years as the host of FT.

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Ron White went from aspiring to be a fashion buyer to creating a global brand that changed the designer shoe industry. In this episode Ron shares funny and candid stories of his childhood, his first fashion job, the early day of Ron White Shoes and the surprise decisions that have made the biggest impact on his business. It is no wonder he is known as Canada's "Shoeru."

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Pauline Trigere launched her namesake label in New York City in the 1940s. A single mother, immigrant and female entrepreneur she was ahead of her time. With Trigere, she dressed some of the most famous celebrities of the day from Lena Horne to Lauren Bacall to Estee Lauder.

Now, this heritage brand is in the hands of Franklin Benjamin Elman. Born in Montreal, Canada Franklin has a design career that has included many illustrious houses, including numerous years at Dior. Franklin shares the intimate stories of his childhood, the unexpected moment of his career journey and how he is honouring the legacy of Pauline as he reignites her glamorous label, Trigere.

April 2018 marks the 5th year of the deadly collapse of Rana Plaza. A massive garment factory in Bangladesh that shocked the world over with its appalling working conditions. Fashion Revolution is a global movement rooted in demanding transparency for the garment industry around labour conditions, fair wages and environmental impact. Kelly Drenann, founder of Fashion Takes Action, and its creative director and longest collaborator, Sarah Jay, discuss the broad strokes of fashion and sustainability.

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