I present to you Pulling the Thread, The first podcast of The Lord of the Yellow Glasses to highlight the most original works of fashion, Counted through its protagonists!
En Pulling the thread, the podcast of Gafas yellow, we will discover special and surprising parts of the world of moda through its protagonists. They will discover ssecrets and anecdotes of his profession and we will get to know better that pile of works that form the great fabric of fashion.
Where can you hear it? Everywhere! 😜
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Chapter #1. Jewels on the red carpet with Helena Bermúdez de Castro
Who and how do they lend the spectacular gems that celebrities wear on the red carpet? In the first episode of Pulling the Thread, the podcast ofGafas Amarillas, I talk with Helena Bermudez de Castro, Director of Communication in Spain and Portugal ofCHOPARD, to better explain what it is «accessorize»And some curiosities of his work.
Chapter #2. Second-hand clothes with Leticia González
What is behind the second clothes? Who and how to buy and sell? In this episode of Tirando del Hilo I talk to Leticia González, vintage and second hand store ownerOh Oh Julyen Granada, to better explain how this world works, their ethical reasons and how they have overcome the stigma of "old clothes".
Chapter #3. Male models with Javier de Miguel
How does a male model live his day to day? What similarities – or differences – he has with his fellow women? In this episode of Tirando del Hilo I talk to the international modelJavier de Miguel who has worked for brands like Gucci, photographers like Mario Testino or paraded in Paris and Milan, to explain some details, curiosities and anecdotes of his work.
Chapter #4. Retouching fashion photos with Alberto Yagüe
How to retouch fashion photos before publishing them? What curiosities hides the controversial world of digital retouching? In this episode of Tirando del Hilo I talk to Alberto Yagüe, retoucher with more than 10 years of experience and CEO of Studio Yagüe, the largest digital post-production studio of fashion and beauty in Spain to explain details and anecdotes of their work.
Chapter #5. Influencers with Erea Louro
How influencers work? How do you price your publications? How do they carry the criticism? In this episode of Pulling the Thread I talk toErea Louro, influencer and blog creatorAll That She Wants, which it has more than 11 years of experience being a digital prescriber to explain details and anecdotes of her work.
Chapter #6. Law and Fashion with Anna Alegret
What is the difference between copying and counterfeiting? How do brands protect their designs? And the photographs are their copyrights? In this episode ofPulling the Thread, the podcast ofGafas Amarillas, converse with Anna Alegret, Lawyer and creator ofLaw in Trend (Fashion Law) so that you can explain us better details and anecdotes of your work as an expert in fashion law.
Chapter #7. Leave clothes to celebrities with Juan Marrero Portals
How do brands leave clothes to celebrities and influencers for their events and photo productions? How do they get those looks? What if they break or lose what happens? In this episode of Pulling the Thread, the podcast ofGafas Amarillas, I talk with Juan Marrero Portals, Account Director atReplica, one of the most important fashion and showroom communication agencies in Spain, so you can tell us about processes, details and anecdotes of his work that get celebrities to have a great wardrobe when they go to events.
Chapter #8. Streetstyle photography with Fernando Mañas
How do streetstyle photographers find and photograph lookazos in the middle of the street? Is what people wear in their "day to day" really relevant?? In this episode ofPulling the Thread, the podcast ofGafas Amarillas, I converse withFernando Manas de Chic Too Chic, one of the less than 100 professional streetstyle photographers from around the world to tell us what it's like to hunt for fashion in the middle of the most fashionable cities.
Chapter #9. Freelance fashion journalist with Marita Alonso
How do freelance fashion journalists work? How do they find topics and sell them? How is a publication charged in a medium?. In this episode of Pulling the Thread, the Yellow Glasses podcast, I talk with Marita Alonso, freelance fashion writer and journalist, so that he can tell us openly how the world is structured and the day-to-day life of journalists who are not on the permanent staff of a specific medium.
#10. Sell clothes on Vinted with Molly Sears-Piccavey
How can we sell our clothes through the internet? How Vinted works? What are your tricks and kinks? In this episode ofPulling the Thread, the podcast ofGafas Amarillas, I converse withMolly Sears-Piccavey, online marketing specialist to tell us the ins and outs of Vinted and how to take advantage of this app.
#11. Psychology and fashion with Dani Orozco
How is psychology and fashion related?? How do you take care of the mental health of workers in this sector?? In this episode ofPulling the Thread, the podcast ofGafas Amarillas, I talk with the psychologist and disseminatorDani Orozco that tells us some details and examples of the psychological field applied to fashion.
#12. Artificial intelligence in fashion with Alejandra Ramallo
How does artificial intelligence applied to the world of fashion? How "robots" are able to predict our tastes? In this episode ofPulling the Thread, the podcast ofGafas Amarillas, convert Alejandra Ramallo, Geo Manager of Spain and Latin America of the artificial intelligence company Vue.ai. that tells us some details of the future of fashion? ¡No, from right now!
#13. Radio fashion collaborator with Paloma Herce
How fashion adapts to the world of radio? How is something so visual transmitted through the airwaves?? In this episode ofPulling the Thread, the podcast ofGafas Amarillas, converse with Paloma Herce, radio collaborator specialized in fashion who tells us some details of this union of such interesting concepts.
#14. Anthropometry and fashion with Juan Carlos González
How are measurements taken and adjusted to define sizes?? How anthropometric data is used to improve the world of fashion? In this episode ofPulling the Thread, the podcast ofGafas Amarillas, conversation with Juan Carlos González, Director of Innovation in Clothing of the Institute of Biomechanics of Valencia, to better tell us how "taking action" has evolved.
#15. Creativity in fashion with Miguel Becer
How important is creativity in the world of fashion! Pero, how much is enough? how do you create (or is destroyed)? In this episode of Pulling the Thread, the Yellow Glasses podcast, story with Miguel Becer, alma, leader and founder of the firm Mané Mané that is committed to originality to the fullest, conquering even Beyoncé.
#16. Patternmaker with Paula Mantaras
What are patterns in the world of fashion and why are they so important for garments to work? Is it a “forgotten” profession? do people understand its value? In this episode ofPulling the Thread, the podcast ofGafas Amarillas, I talk to Paula Mantaras, professional pattern maker and pattern teacher from La Patronistra Madrid to better tell us all the details to make this puzzle work.
#17. Fashion and Comics with Jorge Jiménez
Do comic book creators take fashion into account when developing their characters?? Got superheroes' own style? In this episode of Pulling the Thread, the Yellow Glasses podcast, conversation with Jorge Jimenez, DC Comics cartoonist to better tell us about the importance of fashion in the world of comics and all its implications.
#18. Fashion Styling with Mayte de la Iglesia
Is style born or made?? The styling It is more than combining shirt and pants? Does work change to define the looks of a parade, celebrities or social networks? In this episode of Pulling the Thread, the Yellow Glasses podcast, conversation with Mayte de la Iglesia, fashion stylist capable of making fashion a party to tell us a little better what this job means.
#19. Literature on fashion with Martín Torres from Editorial Superflua
Does fashion have a place between the pages of a book? how and in what form? What do fashionista stories hide that can also captivate us in writing?? In this episode of Pulling the Thread, the Yellow Glasses podcast, conversation with Martín Torres from Editorial Superflua, the first editorial specialized in the fashion industry and its characters in Spanish, to tell us a little better how fashion also works through letters.
#20. Upcycling with Miriam Cobo from Vacas Flacas
What is Upcycling? is here to stay? Does it enhance or letter creativity?? In this episode of Pulling the Thread, the Yellow Glasses podcast, converse with Miriam Cobo, the designer behind the emblematic firmSkinny cows who was a pioneer of Upcycling in the 90 taking a lot of interest for him to tell us a little better how "recycling" and fashion are inseparable friends.
#21. Buttons with Marlon Pérez from Grupo Cabosa
They are the ones who sustain fashion, they literally keep our pants from falling down or our shirts from opening!! how buttons are made? What special requirements do you have?? how have they evolved? In this episode ofPulling the Thread, the podcast ofGafas Amarillas, conversation with Marlon Xavier Pérez of theCabosa Group, a company that manufactures buttons since the years 40 and that has "buttoned" all kinds of brands and designers such as the Inditex group, Mango, Louis Vuitton o Gucci
#22. The bra with Piedad Zamora from La Corsetera
The Bra, support, blaze… has many names and many unknowns to solve about its creation, choice and use. In this episode of Pulling the Thread, the podcast of Gafas Amarillas, conversation with Piedad Zamora, founder of La Corsetera, that from Elche takes almost 50 years advising and creating bras for all types of bodies.
#23. Eurovision outfits with Raúl Amor from RTVE
What is the process and the work that is hidden behind the person who is in charge of selecting and preparing the looks of the representatives of Spain in Eurovision throughout the days that they spend at the festival?? In this episode of Pulling the Thread, the podcast of Gafas Amarillas, conversation with Raúl Amor, costume designer for RTVE and in charge of styling for Eurovision.
#24. Detergent with Lluís Montul Casas de Natulim
How is detergent created?? The way how it has evolved (o no) from the time of our grandfathers and grandmothers? do we use it correctly? There is not a garment that should not be cleaned! And that's why I wanted to get to know the world of detergent a little better. In this episode of Pulling the Thread, the podcast of Gafas Amarillas, conversed with Lluís Montull Casas, Founder of Natulim, a new ecological detergent in strips.
#25. Jewelry trends with Cristina Aristoy from Singularu
The Bra, support, blaze… has many names and many unknowns to solve about its creation, choice and trends are everywhere, but if there is a sector that advances and changes very quickly, it is jewelry. How do jewelry trends evolve and how can a brand detect and carry them out to give the public what they need?? In this episode of Pulling the Thread, the Yellow Glasses podcast, conversation with Cristina Aristoy, CEO of the Spanish brand Singular to tell us about the creative process and the evolution of jewelry trends.