Stacy london dating

02-Dec-2017 17:50

Stacy London, former co-host of What Not To Wear, and author of The Truth About Stylegave a really open and honest interview. We dove into people’s fears and mindsets, and what drives people’s success. NO: I met Stacy through a friend, television personality, producer, and filmmaker, Max Lugavere. He talks about how what you eat affects your brain. We all jammed and had a great conversation and I said to Stacy, “You need to be on my podcast. We were friends for five months before we started dating. NO: I want to inspire people to create their own success. I spend a lot of time learning for myself and sharing it with other people.

What I really care about is spotlighting my guests and giving them a platform to share the things that they care charity that I’m just starting to be interested in and work with. The program is about empowering young women and creating communities of young girls that teach them to interact with each other in a positive way—build each other up instead of bringing each other down.

The podcast was dreamt up when my friend Lewis Hawes interviewed me for his podcast probably like three years ago and I just thought it was a lot of fun. NO: I try to interview everyone in person because I like to create a portrait of each person.

She was really wonderful, respectful, and did not talk down to people because it was a PR event.

I think it makes it more dynamic to show the environment that’s theirs and it gives context to the portrait. I have the package condensed down so I can transport it really easily in a backpack.

NO: Usher has become a friend of mine over the past few years. I think what I liked about our interview was that he didn’t want to talk about normal things or promotional things like the songs he’s making. It was about what he cares about, like his friends and family. It’s hard to list all of my favorite podcast episodes because there have been so many. I enjoy inward exploration and in the interview she talks a lot about creating art from the inside out.

It was a hot day and Nick was drinking an iced tea, wearing silver chain bracelets and a loose button-down with Coco Breezy sunglasses tucked into the neck. It’s one of my favorite ads— young kids hanging out on cool vintage cars in sunsets. We went to Cuba and did a project together there recently. NO: Graphic design and branding was my first career.

I moved into photography eight or nine years ago and the podcast just happened a few years ago when I realized the expansive network I had of interesting and inspiring people.

She was really wonderful, respectful, and did not talk down to people because it was a PR event.

I think it makes it more dynamic to show the environment that’s theirs and it gives context to the portrait. I have the package condensed down so I can transport it really easily in a backpack.

NO: Usher has become a friend of mine over the past few years. I think what I liked about our interview was that he didn’t want to talk about normal things or promotional things like the songs he’s making. It was about what he cares about, like his friends and family. It’s hard to list all of my favorite podcast episodes because there have been so many. I enjoy inward exploration and in the interview she talks a lot about creating art from the inside out.

It was a hot day and Nick was drinking an iced tea, wearing silver chain bracelets and a loose button-down with Coco Breezy sunglasses tucked into the neck. It’s one of my favorite ads— young kids hanging out on cool vintage cars in sunsets. We went to Cuba and did a project together there recently. NO: Graphic design and branding was my first career.

I moved into photography eight or nine years ago and the podcast just happened a few years ago when I realized the expansive network I had of interesting and inspiring people.

Creative junkie, Nick Onken, and I met at Soho House on Ludlow Street on the Lower East Side.