Debbie talks to Alain de Botton about love and sex.
Debbie talks to Chris Anderson about how the TED conference has helped changed the way we learn.
Debbie talks to Isaac Mizrahi about why he loves fashion and why he does so many things outside of fashion.
Debbie talks to Julia about cooking and writing, and how to peel a hard-boiled egg.
Debbie talks to Ben Schott about the importance of failing early in one’s career, about how to take a politician’s picture, and about writing and designing his own books.
On this episode Debbie talks with artist and writer Lisa Congdon about how she sometimes felt like an imposter.
On their annual podcast Debbie talks to graphic design guru Steve about how to deliver social critiques with a punch.
Debbie talks to Alicon Bechdel about how identifying herself as a lesbian when she was young lead her into a career as a cartoonist.
Debbie talks to composer Nico Muhly about his music and about the musicians who interpret it.
Debbie Millman talks to Target’s Chief Creative Officer Todd Waterbury about how technology is changing consumption and about how smart phones have raised our expectations for how companies should interact with us.
Debbie talks to writer Caroline Paul about her death-defying adventures, and how girls must learn the difference between fear and exhilaration.
Debbie talks to Amanda about her wild and wandering path to the rock stage, and about how behind her artistic ambitions is the drive to feel real.
Debbie Millman talks with radio host Krista about her religious orientation, her struggle with depression, and about why it’s so hard to understand our historical moment.
Debbie talks to branding designersGreg Hahn and Ryan Moore about their process when working with clients such as Netflix and MoMA.
Debbie Millman talks with writer Kate Bolick about society’s historically skeptical view of a single woman.
Debbie talks to photographer Brandon Stanton about his ongoing project “Humans of New York” and why total strangers open up to him.
Debbie talks to writer and illustrator Maira Kalman about how ordinary objects inspire her art, and about her collaborations with the likes of Mark Morris and Issac Mizrahi.
Debbie talks to psychology writer Maria Konnikova about her career and her fascination with con artists. She explains why so many people fall prey to confidence games.
Debbie talks to Mimi Valdés about her unstoppable career, from magazine editor to her creative partnership with the pop singer Pharrell Williams.
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