Monday, 18 January 2010

Pierre Frey

January 1st marked the 75th anniversary of the founding of the house of Pierre Frey. When I was last in New York I had the opportunity to spend time with Pierre Frey, named after his grandfather and the company founder, who is now in charge of the US subsidiary. We had a chance to talk about fabrics, design and the family's history. Listen here.

Saturday, 24 October 2009

Michael Devine

Michael Devine left behind the world of journalism and his career as a magazine editor to found his eponymous collection Michael Devine Home. Housed in an 1840’s storefront on the town green in the village of Kinderhook, New York, the true cornerstone of Michael's collection is his exquisite hand printed fabric collection.

I spent the weekend in Kinderhook with Michael and his partner Thomas Burak. Before dinner we talked about fabrics, cooking and holiday entertaining.
Listen Here

Wednesday, 21 October 2009

Brad Ford

Interior designer and blogger Brad Ford sat down with me last week in New York to talk about blogs, Twitter, Facebook and social networking. Brad Ford has more than 10 years experience in the interior design field. He holds a degree in Interior Design from F.I.T. as well as a degree in Business and Economics from Hendrix College.

Listen Here

Monday, 14 September 2009

The Antiques Diva

Toma Haines (a.k.a The Antiques Diva) sat down with me in Berlin to record the second All the Best Podcast. She shares her fascinating stories of moving from rural Oklahoma to Europe and staring a business abroad.

Listen Here

How it All Started

Ronda Carman is the founder and editor of the internationally recognized blog All the Best. All the Best has garnered attention from press and readers around the globe and is widely read in more than 75 countries.

Listen Here