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False Image Fashion Podcast Episode #16: The Last Thread

I can’t think of how many times I have said thank you to all those who have supported the False Image Fashion Podcast. When I originally came up with this idea in 2014 I struggled with having enough confidence that I could really continue on with my passion for fashion and speaking life into people’s lives . It was until I found myself in the very box of thought that the podcast wasn’t for myself it was for the kid sitting at home not having a clue or direction about how he is going to follow his dreams. Maybe even the recent college graduate who went to school and developed a passion for this one thing in mind but was badgered by the fears of family and friends who themselves were scared of chasing their own dreams. Producing four months of quality content can come with its challenges and its rewards as well. This episode today wraps up Season 1 of the False Image Fashion Podcast as we are more excited to announcing Season 2 of the False Image Fashion Podcast. Please make sure if you have not listen to all the episodes of this Season 1 take out the time to check those out. Also, shoot myself us email to let me know your thoughts about the first season of the podcast at info@falseimage.net . In addition, going into the first part of 2016 we will be releasing the visual parts of the interviews we conducted with some of our featured guest make sure you check out Youtube and Vimeo page. Again I thank everyone who decided to listen to any of the podcasts. Be Encourage and Be Creative!

False Image Fashion Podcast Episode #13: Allison Volek Shelton, Owner of Shutters & Shuttles

Today we had the opportunity to brought into the world of textiles produced in Nashville, Tennessee by Shutters and Shuttles. Allison Volek Shelton its founder showed us a marvelous time in the studio of where she creates something of the best fabrics. She showed us several of her looms and the process of how each product is made from her very studio. Allison has been weaving for nearly 10 years now. She was first introduced to fiber arts in college at Tennessee Tech and instantly fell in love. She bought her first loom 5 years ago and founded Shutters & Shuttles shortly after. She loves the repetition of weaving and is constantly looking for new techniques and patterns to experiment with. For more information about Shutters and Shuttles please go visit shuttersandshuttles.com

 

False Image Fashion Podcast Episode #10: Shannon Lea, Owner of People Like Art Clothing

This week we present Shannon Lea founder of People Like Art Clothing. Shannon expounds on how her entrepreneurial mindset was develop in her infant stages of life which eventually birthed her obsession with several different art form. This obsession lead Shannon to following her heart in creating the People Like Art Clothing brand which has a minimalist approach in combining the elements of art and quality techniques. Each piece of clothing is individually made at the People Like Art Studio located in East Nashville. Tune in to the episode as we enter the world of People Like Art Clothing and its creator.Click below to listen to the podcast episode.

For more information about People Like Art Clothing go to peoplelikeart.com or schedule a visit to the studio:

209 S 17th St
Nashville, TN  37206

For wholesale and press inquiries contact:

shannonlea@peoplelikeart.com

False Image Fashion Podcast Episode #9: Alicia Searcy of Spashionista Fashion Blog

As we embark on another episode we had the great pleasure to converse with the Alicia Searcy of Spashionista Fashion Blog. Alicia is far more than just your average fashion blogger she has indeed built the Spashionista platform into something more than fancy post and pictures. Alicia has taken much joy in being considered an individual who loves to serves as a bridge for designers, boutiques, and any creative individual within the Nashville area. Whether it is spending time with a designer offering advice to designer or if it is being a spokesperson for the disable community. Alicia Searcy is always thinking about serving others from her heart. Alicia shares with us on how she was able to look past her physical disability of cerebral palsy and become an established VOICE within the fashion & lifestyle industry.For more information about Alicia Searcy of Spashionista go to www.spashionista.com
Follow her on Twitter & Instagram : @spashionista
Follow her on Facebook: facebook.com/spashionista