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Feed your fashion fix with carefully curated convos that move from the catwalk into your headphones! Hosted by the irreverent, DePaul University Senior Mary Mel, Fast Fashion is not your mother’s podcast. Delivering content that resembles the group chats you have with your best friends, Fast Fashion is the go- to podcast for 20-somethings who want to be inspired, learn new tricks, and keep up with the latest trends across the fashion, beauty, and lifestyle industries. Tune in for bi-monthly convos featuring one-on-one chats about life, careers, and a little love with some kick-ass people you may not be exposed to otherwise. What better way to get your fashion fill without emptying your wallet?

Feed your fashion fix with carefully curated convos that move from the catwalk into your headphones! Hosted by the irreverent, DePaul University Senior Mary Mel, Fast Fashion is not your mother’s podcast. Delivering content that resembles the group chats you have with your best friends, Fast Fashion is the go- to podcast for 20-somethings who want to be inspired, learn new tricks, and keep up with the latest trends across the fashion, beauty, and lifestyle industries. Tune in for bi-monthly convos featuring one-on-one chats about life, careers, and a little love with some kick-ass people you may not be exposed to otherwise. What better way to get your fashion fill without emptying your wallet?
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Feed your fashion fix with carefully curated convos that move from the catwalk into your headphones! Hosted by the irreverent, DePaul University Senior Mary Mel, Fast Fashion is not your mother’s podcast. Delivering content that resembles the group chats you have with your best friends, Fast Fashion is the go- to podcast for 20-somethings who want to be inspired, learn new tricks, and keep up with the latest trends across the fashion, beauty, and lifestyle industries. Tune in for bi-monthly convos featuring one-on-one chats about life, careers, and a little love with some kick-ass people you may not be exposed to otherwise. What better way to get your fashion fill without emptying your wallet?

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Episodes

Rashima Sampson, Editor at WhatRUWearing

11/30/2018
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Welcome to the finale of season 6 of Candid Creator. This season was full of laughs, deep convos, and inspiration from the dopest creatives- and in true Candid Creator style, we are ending this season with a bang. We are having a candid conversation around ‘dating today in your 20s’ with Rashima Sampson, social media manager and contributing editor at WhatRUWearing. Mary and Rashima don’t shy away from topics like, is it even possible to meet people in real life vs. dating apps and is there...

Duration:00:19:39

Brandon Breaux, Fine Artist

11/23/2018
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On this week’s episode, we catch up with fine artist and designer, Brandon Breaux, who is proficient in painting, sculpture, web, video, print, and much more. Brandon is known for being the artist behind all three of Chance the Rapper’s iconic album covers, and is recognized worldwide. Brandon takes us back to the days of his first artistic passion, how contributing to the culture has always been part of his DNA, the moment he finally had his breakthrough and his exciting, new, upcoming...

Duration:00:25:59

ProbCause, Musical Artist

11/16/2018
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In this episode, we have, as described by Compose Yourself Magazine “an artist of many strokes”. Colin Grimm, or better known as Prob Cause, is a musician and has collaborated with the likes of Chance the Rapper and Griz, and is an artist who creates animated cartoons and is in the process of creating his own children’s book! Colin shared whether music or art came first, how him and EDM Dj, GRiZ, became good friends, and how “Prob Cause” came into existence.

Duration:00:19:39

Mollie Gloss, Makeup Artist

11/9/2018
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This season has been filled with the most talented creatives, and it’s not over yet! This week, we caught up with the fabulous makeup artist, Mollie Gloss, who has paved her way in the makeup industry, one contour at a time. She’s known for using crazy and vibrant colors, as well as A LOT OF GLITTER, which we are all the way here for. She talks about her relationship with makeup, what the industry was like when she started her career, and her thoughts on the way the beauty industry has...

Duration:00:27:09

Louis De Guzman, Visual Artist

11/2/2018
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This week, we sit with the very talented visual artist, Louis De Guzman. He incorporates abstract pop art into his paintings and merges his past with his present to create work that draws inspiration from abstract expressionism and pop culture iconography. During our conversation with Louis, we learn how he pulled together his most successful (to date) exhibitions, what it feels like to design for world renowned brands and what his culture means to him during his artistic process. And not to...

Duration:00:24:59

Sean Little, Host of "No Ketchup Chicago"

10/26/2018
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Joining us on this week’s episode is one of my favorite people and podcast hosts, Sean Little! Sean is the host of Chicago’s very own “No Ketchup”, where he talks about Chicago sports, culture, the scene, and anything poppin’ nationally, while avoiding corn balls by any means necessary. Sean came to talk to us about why he started his own podcast, how he’s dealing with major career changes, and the struggles he has with voicing his opinions without trying to offend his audience.

Duration:00:30:29

Luke Titus, Singer Songwriter and Drummer

10/19/2018
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On this week’s episode, we caught up with multi-instrumentalist and singer, Luke Titus, who’s background in music will blow you away. He told us about what it was like being a member of a band called Woo Park, drumming for Noname, being on stage with the Blue Man Group (remember those high school field trips?!), and the lessons that he has learned from breaking away and becoming a solo artist.

Duration:00:27:19

Lauren Scott, Host of WGN-TV's Chicago's Best

10/12/2018
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Happy Friday! On this week’s episode, we sat down and interviewed Lauren Scott, host of the television show, Chicago’s Best, where she goes on the road to explore and sample Chicagoland’s best, affordable and iconic dishes. Can you say “dream job”?! Who wouldn’t want to eat at the coolest restaurants and be on TV? Lauren told us about how she got her start in broadcasting, the obstacles she had to work through to get to where she is today and what really goes into making TV.

Duration:00:28:50

Maaly Williams, Visual Artist and Graphic Designer

10/5/2018
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Coming at you with another hot one guys! This week we got the pleasure of interviewing one of our favorite people. Maaly Williams is a visual artist, graphic designer, and the producer of the podcast, “Kommon Wealth.” In this episode, we talk about what it means to be a visual artist, where his love for design came from, the lessons that he’s learned over the years, and how to stay focused when you’re working on 58,593 things at once.

Duration:00:20:39

Tatiana Hazel, Singer

9/28/2018
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In this week’s episode, we get to talk to the multi-talented young artist and singer, Tatiana Hazel. She got her start on Youtube, amassing 70k views on a video for one of the first few songs she wrote and sang. Recently hitting Spotify’s top charts as a number one artist to look out for on the “Nuevo Noise” playlist, Tatiana walked us through how a hobby became a career, what it was like starting her musical career at such a young age, how her heritage has inspired her music, and how she...

Duration:00:19:05

Symone Snowden-Wright, Stylist

9/21/2018
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We have been having so much fun with season six! And just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, we go ‘head and introduce you to Symone Snowden-Wright. Your new girl crush is a stylist and personal shopping consignment expert at Luxury Garage Sale. Her passion for what she does comes out in her every word during our conversation. We talk to her about where her love for fashion came from, what drives her to be the best personal stylist she can be, and her opinion on fast fashion vs....

Duration:00:20:05

Sovren, Rapper

9/14/2018
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This week, we kick it with our friend, Sovren, who is a rapper and musician. He also happens to work for RSVP Gallery, one of the dopest streetwear stores in Chicago. In this episode, we get to hear his views on the rap industry, his description of his killer fashion sense, and what it’s like working at such a creative, well known fashion boutique. Spoiler: Famous people come in all the time!

Duration:00:20:31

Kristopher Kites, Designer

9/11/2018
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Welcome back bitches! We are back and better than ever with the launch of season 6. We’re kicking it off with the amazing and innovative jewelry designer, Kristopher Kites, who has been shutting down the internet with his Comic-Con and Superhero inspired pieces that do a great job incorporating those nostalgic vibes that we love, oh so much.

Duration:00:20:09

Farissa Knox, Founder + CEO of WhatRUWearing + RLM Media

4/20/2018
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Wait…is it our season finale already!? We couldn’t think of a better way to leave you guys off before we come back next season with surprises, upgrades and things you won’t be able to believe, than to have a candid, unfiltered AF conversation about some of today’s most controversial and hottest topics with one of our most favorite people. In this steamy episode, Mary sits down with non-other than the founder of WhatRUWearing, Farissa Knox.

Duration:00:29:09

Chelsey Carter, Fashion Designer

4/13/2018
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In this week’s episode of FFP, we sat down with fashion designer, Chelsey Carter, the head designer and creative director behind Alex Carter. The brand and her clothing have been featured in Vogue, Verluxe, Kiss Magazine, Chicago Social, Off Kilter Magazine, as well as on SZA (dying). Her designs and personal hairstyles are breaking through the competitive fashion landscape, one statement accessory and piece of clothing at a time.

Duration:00:27:49

Alina Tsvor, Fashion + Professional Photographer

4/6/2018
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In this episode of FFP, our girl, Alina Tsvor, a renowned Chicago based photographer, stopped in to chat with us about her successful career. She specializes in portraiture, commercial, lifestyle, travel, storytelling, and social content. She’s accomplished so much already in her career, and she’s only getting started. We get to learn what is was like working with some of the amazing clients she’s shot for, like Adidas, J. Crew, Nike, Chicago Bulls, BMW, Beats by Dr. Dre, Bacardi, and so...

Duration:00:25:59

Sir the Baptist, Singer + Songwriter + Producer

3/30/2018
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We’re coming at you with another exciting episode that you don’t want to miss! Our good friend, Sir the Baptist, paid us a visit straight off his international tour. Sir is a hip-hop and R&B recording artist, producer, songwriter, and a huge philanthropist. He’s labeled a holistic lyricist, and is proving himself as a chaplain in the modern rap culture.

Duration:00:22:59

Essence Taylor, Supermodel

3/23/2018
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We’re coming at you with another good one, guys! A new type of creative made her mark on our show this week. Essence Taylor, a new face on the modeling scene making big moves in editorial and on the runway. We first met Essence at the Sheila Rashid show this past winter where Essence was modeling Sheila’s amazing new collection and we were so captivated by her beauty. Timing could not be more perfect for her right now. As we sit down to talk with Essence, she is fresh off of doing jobs for...

Duration:00:23:09

Matt Muse: Lyricist, Teacher + Musician

3/16/2018
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New Episode Alert! Lyricist, teacher, and musician, Matt Muse, stopped by our studio to enlighten our lives and it is safe to say, we’ve completely fallen in love with his sweet personality and his passion for music.

Duration:00:22:24

Ciara Jibri, Fashion Event Planner

3/9/2018
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Get ready to kick back and laugh with one of the funniest, vibrant, and hardworking women in the event planning industry, Ciara Jibri. She’s a fashion publicist and event coordinator, as well as one of our good friends. We were so happy to sit down with Ciara to learn more about the platform she recently started, Haus of Mimosa, which is a bi-monthly networking social event to “simply connect people from all walks of life.”

Duration:00:16:19