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The Collector?s House

The Collector?s House

If you had to choose five things that represent and inspire you, what would they be? Welcome to The Collector?s House, the new weekly podcast from MATCHESFASHION.COM. Join Danielle Radojcin as she asks some of the creative industry?s finest talents to share the objects that have inspired them or bear special significance. Hear the stories they inspire from veteran New York designer Norma Kamali, to Google?s Suhair Khan and German artist Katharina Grosse.


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Stephen Jones

The renowned British milliner visits 5 Carlos Place to chat to Danielle Radojcin. His creations, which stretch previously unbroken limits of imagination and beauty and come with an added dash of British whimsy, have adorned the heads of Princess Diana, Meghan Markle and Mick Jagger, with his runway pieces made for everyone from John Galliano and Marc Jacobs to Rihanna and Grace Wales Bonner. He has also co-curated an exhibition on hats at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, featuring pieces from the museum's archives, and in 2019 he was commissioned by the Costume Institute in New York to create head treatments for the exhibition ?Camp: Notes on Fashion?. As well as his work and inspirations, he talks about how he started out at Central Saint Martins and was an Eighties Blitz kid, hanging out with Sade, Leigh Bowery and Boy George, before setting up shop in Covent Garden, where he still operates today.
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Susie Lau

With her alter ego Susie Bubble, Susie Lau has been a key player in the fashion landscape since she launched her blog in the early 2000s and became a street-style fixture in the process. The social-media platforms may have changed ? today it?s Instagram and tomorrow it might be TikTok ? but Lau remains a formidable and contemporary voice in fashion, sharing everything with her legions of social media fans along the way. She joins Danielle Radojcin to talk about life on the inside of the fashion industry.
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Nick Knight

The photographer discusses his collaborations, from Kanye West to Alexander McQueen and John Galliano as well as his ambivalence towards the fashion industry, why he believes technology can be a positive factor in pushing humankind forward; how he has fought throughout his career against people who live in the past and why he?s all for the democratisation of photography. He also talks about his work, from the origins of his 1980s book Skinhead, to how he achieved the dynamic effects in the Christian Dior ads, to his present-day passion for photographing flowers.
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Venetia Scott

The fashion photographer and stylist sits down with Danielle Radojcin to discuss her career, beginning at British Vogue in the 1980s with Grace Coddington. Scott talks about her childhood, including her dislike of authority and her experience of boarding school. She reminisces about being a part of the 1990s grunge moment alongside Juergen Teller and Corinne Day and what it was like going to a Martin Margiela show in Paris. By contrast, Scott talks about how she feels disillusioned with what she considers a lack of creativity in styling today and explains how she meets most of the models she works with as well as how she creates a slower pace on her fashion shoots.
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Fabien Baron

From his work on Madonna?s Sex book to Kate Moss in the Calvin Klein ads and the l?Eau d?Issey perfume bottle: Fabien Baron is considered one of the most influential art directors of the past 30 years. He sits down with Danielle Radojcin to reminisce about working with Steven Meisel and Calvin Klein, the difference between a good and a great photographer, what makes a great fashion editor, his work with Instagram and what magazines need in order to survive.
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Anya Hindmarch

Since she launched her luxury accessories label over 30 years ago, the Anya Hindmarch brand has grown to become one of the most established names in British luxury, with a focus on craftsmanship and bespoke detailing that take the products above and beyond the ever-changing winds of fashion. Danielle Radojcin visits Anya at her brand headquarters in south London to talk about what true luxury means today and how her company is moving with the times. She also discusses her recent impromptu ?wedding? in Las Vegas, her dinner parties for her favourite women and how she handles an overload of tech in her life.
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Margherita Missoni

Margherita Missoni talks to host Danielle Radojcin about her family, life and career. The granddaughter of the founders of Missoni and the daughter of its creative director, she spent time languishing as a homesick actor in New York and enjoyed being in the spotlight as a celebrated 'It' girl, before eventually returning to Italy to answer her calling as creative director of the brand?s sister label, M Missoni. She discusses how her grandmother has influenced her, taking her to museums and jewellery shopping; how she outgrew the 'It' girl tag; the trauma over the death of a family member; her admiration for her mother and how and why she decided to do things differently. She also talks about how motherhood has changed her sense of style and her ambitions for M Missoni and turning it into an environmentally sustainable label.
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Maureen Paley

With artists such as Wolfgang Tillmans and Gillian Wearing exhibiting at her pioneering space in east London, gallerist Maureen Paley has become a key figure in the art world. Raised in New York by Anglophile parents, she moved to London in the late 1970s to chase her love of the London music scene, hanging out with Pam Hogg and Vivienne Westwood and going to The Clash and Sex Pistols concerts while also attending the Royal College of Art. By the early 1980s she had opened her gallery in east London and over the years has seen it grow into an international-facing name in the art world that has nurtured an impressive roster of artists. She sits down with host Danielle Radojcin to look back at her life and career and talk about some of the things that inspire her.
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Josh Wood

From his beginnings on a council estate in the north of England to training with Vidal Sassoon, working with Alexander McQueen on David Bowie?s ?Earthling? album artwork and styling catwalk looks for Marc Jacobs and Prada, as well as launching his own line of products, the renowned hair colourist talks to host Danielle Radojcin about his life and 30 years of work. He also discusses his love of books, yoga and music, and talks about the cultural meaning of hair colour: how it is a means of self-expression, how attitudes to men colouring their hair varies in different parts of the world and how these attitudes are changing.
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Victoria Siddall

The director of Frieze Fairs talks to host Danielle Radojcin. Since joining the tiny London-based contemporary art magazine in 2003, she has helped grow it into the multifaceted titan of the art world it is today, with fairs in London, New York and Los Angeles, as well as public sculpture parks, Frieze Academy, and a lively talks programme. Ahead of this year?s Frieze Art Fair in London, Victoria talks about her upbringing and her passion for work, her tips for buying art, her support of female artists and the environment and how she sees artists responding to the political issues of the day.
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Marc Quinn

The British artist first made headlines in the 1990s as a key member of the Young British Artists movement in the notorious "Sensation" exhibition, along with Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin, with a self-portrait cast in his own blood. He soon left his YBA moniker behind but continued to provoke a reaction with his statues of Kate Moss doing yoga, his representations of trans people, and his statue of the dysmelic pregnant woman Alison Lapper, which he created for the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square. Host Danielle Radojcin visits him at his studio in East London to talk about his new ?social sculpture? "Our Blood", a wide ranging, ongoing project which highlights the plights of refugees, and which has attracted the support of everyone from Bono to Anna Wintour to Kate Moss. He also talks about dealing with his phone addiction, his thoughts on experiencing art in real life as opposed to digitally, and the awakening of his social conscience.
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Sue Tilley

Better known as Big Sue ? model for Lucian Freud, friend and biographer of Leigh Bowery and doyenne of London?s nightclub scene in the 1980s ? Sue Tilley was there and has the stories to match.Today she is a successful artist living quietly on the south coast of England, but she stopped by 5 Carlos Place in London to talk to host Danielle Radojcin about a new exhibition of her work, as well as to re-live some of the stories of her extraordinary life, including what it was like to sit for one of Britain?s greatest artists, how she survived cancer, and why she?s always cared more about experiences than money.
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Russell Tovey

What does it feel like to be famous and how do you deal with the rejection that comes with being an actor? What?s Alan Bennett like, and how do you start an art collection? Actor Russell Tovey, who first caught our attention when he appeared in the original production of ?The History Boys? in 2006 and whose star has continued to rise with appearances in ?Looking?, ?Angels in America? and ?Years and Years?, has lots to say about to all these questions. Also actively involved in the art world, as well as being a keen collector, he co-hosts the podcast Talk Art, and this autumn is guest curator at an arts festival in Margate in the UK to mark the 2019 Turner Prize. He chats with host Danielle Radojcin about his career to date, as well as the five things that he?d put in the cabinet at 5 Carlos Place.
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Jenn Nkiru

Danielle Radojcin meets film maker Jenn Nkiru, whose work focuses primarily on the black experience, with credits including music videos for Kamasi Washington, Neneh Cherry and Beyoncé and Jay-Z?s ?Apeshit? video, for which Nkiru had private access to the Louvre overnight. Raised in south-east London and the daughter of Nigerian immigrants, she studied film directing at Howard University in Washington DC. Among her key works are ?Black to Techno?, a film about Detroit?s techno scene and sponsored by Gucci ,which premiered at the Frieze Art Fair in LA earlier in 2019, and ?Rebirth is Necessary? ? part of a series in which rising directors turn their lenses to the future of the black experience. In 2018 she was named one of the 200 women redefining the creative industries by The Dots and one of Utopia?s 100 Global Creative Superheroes shaping culture. She also chooses the five things that she?d put in the cabinet that best represent her.
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Hofesh Shechter

His dance pieces divide critics and thrill fans, but for the Israeli-born, London-based choreographer, it?s all about provoking a reaction and democratising the art. He sits down with Danielle Radojcin to talk about his life journey, from growing up in Jerusalem to setting up his company in London and his forays into pop culture, for example when he created the opening sequence of the cult teen British TV drama Skins. He also reveals his inspirations ? from Stanley Kubrick to tennis ? and his obsession with a particular fashion item.
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Paloma Elsesser

Model Paloma Elsesser talks to Danielle Radojcin. Raised in Los Angeles, she moved to New York to pursue a successful modelling career, championed by the make-up artist Pat McGrath and American Vogue. Her ?plus-size? body and her celebration of it, as well as her mixed race heritage and exceptional beauty, have made her the perfect mouthpiece for diversity awareness in the digitally-connected era, a responsibility she has embraced by communicating regularly with her adoring and highly engaged Instagram audience. She also talks about shopping, her thoughts on the fashion industry and the five things that are most important to her.
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Tommy Ton

The street style photographer turned fashion designer talks to host Danielle Radojcin about his life. Originally from Toronto, he first made a name for himself in the mid-aughts documenting street style for his blog Jak & Jil and later for His rise as a photographer coincided with that of Instagram and the explosion of street style imagery ? he famously photographed Kanye West and Virgil Abloh in a photo which became so widely discussed that it was featured on an episode of South Park. He is now the creative director of fashion label Deveaux based in New York, where Danielle meets him in his studio to talk about his obsession with Japan, his cross-dressing alter ego Hello Titty, and his take on the fashion industry today.
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Aerin Lauder

She may be the granddaughter of one of the most recognisable names in beauty, but Aerin has a business mind all her own. She shares her thoughts with host Danielle Radojcin about what set Estée Lauder apart as a business pioneer, what it was like working with Tom Ford and what she?s learned about style, travel and interior design.
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Bob Colacello

As Andy Warhol?s right-hand man and editor of Interview magazine, Bob Colacello operated at the nexus of the jet-set social whirl that revolved around New York in the 1970s and 1980s. In this in-depth conversation, the writer talks to host Danielle Radojcin about swimming with Truman Capote, the genius of his great friend Candy Darling and how the internet has changed the party scene.
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Neneh Cherry

When her seminal album Raw Like Sushi hit the charts in the late 80s, she became a pop culture phenomenon, famously taking London?s Buffalo style tribe to a global audience. Over tea at her West London home, the musician sits down with host Danielle Radojcin to talk about her bohemian upbringing, working with Judy Blame, Ray Petri and Jean-Baptiste Mondino, the black writers who helped her find her identity, how she slotted in to the post-punk scene and her thoughts on modern day feminism, and that time Zadie Smith stopped her for a chat while jogging along the canal in London.
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Julien Dossena

Paco Rabanne?s creative director talks to host Danielle Radojcin about how he has revitalised the storied label, which was famous in the 1960s for its futuristic outlook and for celebrity fans such as Jane Birkin and Brigitte Bardot. He shares what he learned working with Nicolas Ghesquière at Balenciaga, as well as his thoughts on fashion shows and Instagram-only fashion retailers. He also chooses five objects that inspire him, including a rare Japanese lamp and his favourite video game.
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Ade Samuel

She?s worked for Beyoncé, dressed Michael B Jordan and launched her own shoe line ? all by age 30. The Hollywood stylist sits down with host Danielle Radojcin to discuss her career, which has taken her from the Bronx to Teen Vogue to working with Rihanna, Miley Cyrus and more. She also talks about the things that inspire her ? from her playlists to her favourite beauty products.
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Faith Ringgold

The activist, feminist and multi-disciplinary artist talks to host Danielle Radojcin in this one-off special episode about growing up in Harlem in the 1930s, how feminism has changed since the 1970s, her thoughts on Donald Trump and her friendship with Hillary Clinton.
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Robert Rabensteiner

The fashion stylist, consultant and editor sits down with host Danielle Radojcin to talk about working for over two decades with legendary Italian Vogue editor, the late Franca Sozzani, his unusual upbringing, and styling celebrities such as artist Julian Schnabel and designer Bob Evans.
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