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Pocket PMF: Holiday Traditions
In today’s episode of Pocket PMF, Garance sits down with Natalie, Tori and Emily to chat about holiday traditions. They talk about the different holidays they celebrate, what they grew up doing with friends and family, what traditions they’d like to have as they get older, and more!
An Integrated Life: Gwyneth Paltrow
Garance Doré sits down with actress and entrepreneur, Gwyneth Paltrow, in her home to chat about her company, goop and the launch of it’s first fragrance, Edition 01 Winter. They talk about what inspires her, what beauty means to her and much more! For photos visit garancedore.com. Pardon My French is released every Thursday on iTunes.
A Brand and a Soul: Phillip Lim
For the first live podcast, Garance Doré sits down with Phillip Lim, talented designer of his eponymous line, 3.1. Phillip Lim. They discuss the evolution of his brand, what he loves about designing clothes, the importance of small gestures and more. For photos visit garancedore.com. Pardon My French is released every Thursday on iTunes.
Pocket PMF: Plastic Surgery
Pocket PMF is a segment of Pardon My French where Garance sits down with her friends to answer her listeners’ most pressing questions! In today’s episode, Garance is at the studio talking with Emily, Natalie and Brie about plastic surgery. For photos visit garancedore.com. Pardon My French is released every Thursday on iTunes.
A Born Optimist: Michelle Monaghan
Today Garance is chatting with the amazing Michelle Monaghan at her home in Los Angeles. They discuss growing up in rural Iowa, following her gut and moving to NYC, her TV show, The Path, and so much more! For photos visit garancedore.com. Pardon My French is released every Thursday on iTunes.
Pocket PMF: Living with Zero Waste
In today’s special episode of Pocket PMF, Garance is chatting with Natalie, Carie and Lauren Singer, founder of The Simply Co. and zero waste blogger at Trash is for Tossers. They talk about the challenges and rewards of reducing your waste, easy ways to make a difference, many tips and tricks to help you live more sustainably and more!
Dan Harris: A Meditating Maximalist
This week Garance is sitting down with Dan Harris. Dan is the co-anchor of Nightline and the weekend edition of Good Morning America on ABC News, about his on-air panic attack that ultimately led him to discover meditation and the launch of his brand, 10% Happier. For photos visit atelieredore.com. Pardon My French is released every Thursday on iTunes.
Raising Your Voice: A Post Women’s March Panel
This week’s Pardon My French is a special one. The morning after the Women’s March in D.C., we gathered at Le Diplomate for a conversation with a panel of three amazing women, Nicole Steele, Erin Allweiss and Claire Lampen and some of our wonderful readers. We discuss what we can do going forward and help keep this powerful movement going, how to get involved in the things that matter most to us and more. For photos visit garancedore.com. Pardon My French is released everything Thursday on iTunes.
Pocket PMF: Money
This week Emily is holding the podcast down and chatting with Carie and Caitlin about a very sensitive topic that all people can relate to, one way or another; money! They talk about having it, not having it, the taboos of talking about it openly, sharing it with partners, taking on debt and much more! For photos visit atelierdore.com. Pardon My French is released every Thursday on iTunes.
Pocket PMF: Menstrual Cups
This week we’re talking about taking care of business during that time of the month. Garance gets into the intimate details with Tori, Natalie and Carie about how they manage their periods and what works best for them. Natalie and Carie do their best to convince Garance and Tori of the perks of using the Diva Cup. We realize we don’t know enough about our bodies, Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) and there is always more to learn. You won’t want to miss this very intimate episode!For photos visit atelierdore.com. Pardon My French is released every Monday on iTunes.
A Holistic Approach: Dr. Shirley Madhere
This week out in L.A., Garance met up with NYC-based plastic surgeon, Dr. Shirley Madhere. Shirley is unique in her holistic approach to plastic surgery and believes wholeheartedly in getting to know a person before working with them. The two of them chatted about the perception of beauty, the stigmas attached to plastic surgery and finding joy in helping people realize their own best version of themselves. For photos visit atelieredore.com. Pardon My French is released every Thursday on iTunes.
Misty Copeland: A Modern Day Muse
Misty Copeland has long been on Garance’s list of people to interview and today, the two of them sit down in Los Angeles to talk about Misty’s journey to becoming the first African American female principal dancer at the American Ballet. Garance learns about the pressures of and the pride Misty takes in her role as on of the top ballet dancers of her generation and also as the ambassador of Esteé Lauder’s Modern Muse. For photos visit atelieredore.com. Pardon My French is released every Monday on iTunes.
Roman and Williams: A Space of Their Own
Today’s guests are Robin Standefer and Stephen Alesch, founders of the design firm, Roman and Williams. Many of their projects hold a special place in Garance’s heart and you’ll see why she finds them so inspiring once you listen to her interview with them today. They talk about how they met, how their backgrounds create the perfect pairing for building some very notable spaces and the very exciting opening of their very own retail space, the Guild, in NYC. For photos visit www.atelieredore.com. Pardon My French is released every Monday on iTunes.
Morgane Sezalory: A Freedom Inside
This week’s episode on Pardon My French is dedicated to our Moroccan retreat called « The Art of Storytelling. » Garance sits down with one of the speakers from the retreat, Morgane Sezalory, on the rooftop of Hotel El Fenn in Marrakech. They discuss the unconventional evolution of Morgane’s cult French fashion brand, Sezane, and her approach to running such a successful company. For photos visit www.atelieredore.com. Pardon My French is released every Monday on iTunes.
Norma Kamali: Ahead of Her Time
Today Garance is bringing you one of our most inspiring episodes yet. Norma Kamali is a fashion designer and a pioneer in every way. She’s made some of fashions most recognizable designs and she also has been talking about wellness well before there was even a word for it. We learned so much from Norma during this episode that we let it run a bit longer. Why stop something when it’s so good? For photos visit www.atelierdore.com. Pardon My French is released every Monday on iTunes.
Pocket PMF: Public Speaking
The dread! The rush! The anxiety! Public speaking! Do you love it or hate it? Today Garance is with Veronica, Vanessa and Caitlin discussing how they each feel about both planned and unplanned speaking in front of a group of people. They talk tips, tricks and things that definitely don’t work. Please let us know some of your own tips and tricks; we always need more! For photos visit www.atelierdore.com. Pardon My French is released every Monday on iTunes.
Perla Servan-Schreiber: Growing Joy (FRANÇAIS)
Il faut lire le livre de Perla Servan Schreber, tout de suite. Son message sur le vieillissement est d’utilité publique. Evidemment il résonne encore plus parce qu’elle est une femme et que comme chacune d’entre nous, connait la pression et l’injonction d’être jeune. Ça, c’est une évidence. Mais s’il faut la lire, c’est, par delà le message merveilleux, parce que pour nous, jeunes femmes de chaque générations, il est important de se baigner au soleil et à la bienveillance d’une femme aussi belle dans sa vieillesse. Perla est une intellectuelle, une femme à la carrière fascinante (elle a créé, avec son mari Jean-Louis, le magazine Psychologies) et Perla cuisine, beaucoup, et tout le temps, pour tout le monde. Nous vous laissons en présence de Perla pour un entretien (pour une fois!) Directement en français! Pardon My French est publié chaque lundi sur iTunes.
Carte Blanche: Home
As we all know, a home does not have to be the place you were born, where you grew up or even where you live now. It can be a person or a smell and your understanding of it can evolve as you grow older. Homes can be nomadic, they can be wherever your loved ones are, or, it can even be a place you’ve never been before.    This month’s episode of Carte Blanche explores this idea of home and we talk to a few friends of the Atelier about what home means to them.  Carie spoke with our good friend, Lizzie Mac, from The Gathery, an experiential agency in New York. Lizzie is the child of refugees and a first generation Asian-American and she sat down with Carie to talk about her experience of what it’s like to be a beautiful blend of multiple cultures and how that shaped her identity. They talk about Lizzie’s decision to finally visit the country her parents had to flee decades ago and what it was like to be welcomed into a place she’d only known from afar. In the next segment, Veronica chats with one of our favorite writers, Sarah Tarca, who helms the lifestyle website, The Wayward, about editing down her life, embracing new places and spaces, new adventures (those planned and some very happy surprises along the way) and ultimately about redefining the idea of home as she knew it. Special thanks to The Smile Radio for letting us record in their studio. Pardon My French is released every Monday on iTunes.
Carte Blanche: Risking Everything
This week we bring you a very special story for our Carte Blanche episode on the idea of « escape. » We all know escape can be interpreted in many ways, and sometimes it can mean taking a terrifying risk to leave behind everything you know and your preset path, in order to find your true path. Today, Linne is sitting down with actor and producer, Melissa Weisz, to talk about her experience growing up in the Satmar sect of the Hasidic community in Brooklyn and ultimately her decision to leave this community to live the life she was meant to live. Curious by nature and never one to shy away from questioning things that don’t make sense to her, from a young age Melissa pushed against the expectations of women in her community while also trying to navigate her place within it. It wasn’t until years into her arranged marriage that Melissa finally made the incredibly hard decision to leave everything she knew and loved behind her, to be a stranger in her own country. Today, she is a strong, independent queer woman proudly living her life in New York City. She has navigated her journey with thoughtfulness and grace. Her story is one that we can all learn from in one way or another, and we are so honored to share it with you.
Pocket PMF: Dream Vacations and More
Today Christina, Vanessa and Veronica sit down to talk escaping via dream vacations, which quickly detours into the cost of said dream vacations, the dream of taking a year off, travel trends and how popularity of certain destinations can ultimately kill the vibe. Pardon My French is released on iTunes every Monday.
Perla Servan-Schreiber: Growing Joy (Dubbed in English)
This episode of Pardon My French was originally recorded in French. You can also listen to the undubbed version of the episode on our website and wherever you listen to our podcast. Today’s episode is quite a special one as Garance’s conversation with the immensely wise Parisian, Perla Servan-Schreiber, was originally recorded in French, and but is offered here in English. Perla is a fascinating woman with an equally fascinating career and life. Her latest book, Les promesses de l’âge : A 75 ans, ma nouvelle liberté, teaches us about the joy of growing older and how to embrace it gracefully and with pleasure. She possesses countless words of wisdom and is an inspiration to us all. You won’t want to miss it. Pardon My French is released every Monday on iTunes.
Carte Blanche: Renewing the Relationship with Yourself
Sometimes in life, renewal comes after of one of those « aha » moments and sometimes it doesn’t. Sometimes it comes after an accumulation of a few, or many little things that bring you to a place where you’re finally ready to dig deep and make some changes, on your own terms. Even if it means having to lean against the trauma, no matter how big or small, to get you to a place of renewal and growth, where you’re able to see with clarity, the before and the after. Recognizing this and allowing yourself to feel – whether that be sadness, happiness or just a real need for rest, is what I’m talking about today with Emily and Veronica. Giving yourself permission to prioritize yourself, and the good that can come from it – not only for you, but everyone in your life, is both valid and vital.
Pocket PMF: Celeb Crushes
We’ve talked about who would be our « free pass » before on the site, but this week Veronica, Linne, Vanessa and Christina are chatting about their celeb crushes. While they all make fun of Linne for her not-so-secret crush, Christina tries to claim she doesn’t have any and Veronica reveals one of her unfortunate celeb crushes. Pardon My French is released every Monday on iTunes.
Women and Food: Kerry Diamond + Gail Simmons
Garance Doré chats with Kerry Diamond and Gail Simmons about women in food. They discuss how they got into food, the evolution of the food industry, food trends, what they will never eat, who they’d invite to a dinner party, and so much more. For photos visit garancedore.com. Pardon My French is released every Thursday on iTunes.
Pocket PMF: Jealousy
Pocket PMF is a segment of Pardon My French where Garance sits down with her friends to answer her listeners’ most pressing questions! In today’s episode, Garance is at the studio talking with Erik, Brie and Elle about jealousy. For photos visit garancedore.com. Pardon My French is released every Thursday on iTunes.
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Podcast Details
Started
Sep 22nd, 2016
Latest Episode
Jun 17th, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
113
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
Explicit
No

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