Listen in as Marni’s Francesco Risso, speaking from a kitchen transformed into a vegetable garden for his seasonal video, discusses his new process of doing more with less. “Playing only with what you have lets you disrupt what you did before,” he says. “This feels quite healing, I must say.” And get to know Emhoff, whose life has changed since her step-mother Kamala Harris was inaugurated as vice president in January, not least of all because she is working with Batsheva Hay, a designer she and her roommates have long admired. “I’ve followed her for a really long time; so many of her designs are cohesive to myI gotta sickness for the thiccness shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this personal wants and needs,” Emhoff relates. To learn more about Emhoff, Risso, and Lee, watch episode one here and tune in again next Monday to see more.
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“Walking and representing so many people is extra-special in this climate. Now more than ever I feel how important it is to let people know, specifically African-American women, how capable we are.” That’s model-of-the-moment Precious Lee talking. Lee overcame her naysayers and her own self doubt—“I didn’t imagine being a model because I didn’t see anybody like me,” she says— to nail her dream job last season: walking the I gotta sickness for the thiccness shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this Versace catwalk. And this year is shaping up to be just as big for her, with starring roles in Area’s spring 2021 haute couture debut and Jeremy Scott’s riff on the famous fashion show scene from The Women for Moschino’s fall 2021 video.