Radio host, expat New Zealander and all-round good guy Connor Nestor was in town recently, and he came over to my house to interview me for his weekly show A Kiwi Abroad about life in New York, my favourite New Zealand music (including a song by my Dad, Grant Hindin-Milller!!), and how getting fired was the best thing that ever happened to my career. Listen below!Click to Continue!
Like I mentioned yesterday, my last day in New Zealand began with a guest spot on Breakfast with my old school-mate Alison Pugh and my new mate Rawdon Christie, talking about my transition from fashion blogger to relationship enthusiast. Good times were had! Hopefully by all. Check it out!Click to Continue!
A couple of weeks ago when I was in New Zealand, I did an interview with ex-US correspondent, novelist, and all-round good guy Tim Wilson on his new show Out of Context. Before the interview, he asked me what I’d like to talk about, and I said that I’d be happy with anything so long as we didn’t discuss trends (which I always think is the fashion equivalent to a comedian being asked to say something funny). First question: We all know what’s cool, but what’s uncool? Then: What’s the most radical change we’ll see in fashion this year? WatchClick to Continue!
Back in February, H&M contacted me to do a little interview for a section of their online magazine H&M Life called My Favourites. As you can imagine, it’s a list of five of my favourite things, and obviously Chuck Taylors, Burt’s Bees and hand-knitted sweaters all got a nod. The furniture-building mention may seem a bit left-field, but trust me: the pride I felt after assembling real life cabinets, couches and a bed for 12 hours straight was second to none. Special thanks to H&M for the love, click here to read the interview! I LIKE YOU!Click to Continue!