Just as we hold space for others, our homes hold space for us. On Ideas of Order, we join Jeremiah Brent in communion with some very special guests to discover what home means to them. Through honest and moving conversations, we’ll learn about how their most memorable spaces have shaped our guests throughout their lives. Unwind with Athena Calderone on the intrinsic warmth of a well-loved space and the robust importance our kitchens play in nourishing the lives of our loved ones. Indulge with Queer Eye star Tan France in discussing the integral role of marginalized visibility and the importance of representation in the world of fashion. Reminisce alongside Vogue magazine icon Rachel Zoe on the importance of beautiful spaces and the unpredictability of our individual life journeys. Plus many more iconic guests including Schitt's Creek star Emily Hampshire to design legend Brigette Romanek. Designed by California Closets, in this series you'll discover the nourishment of now and the joys... more
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On today’s episode of Ideas of Order, we’re joined by Author, Designer and Culinary Storyteller Athena Calderone to discuss the anxieties of new beginnings, the warmth of a well loved space and not only how to Cook Beautiful, but to Live Beautiful ju... more
On today’s episode of Ideas of Order we are joined by Author, Fashion Expert and Design Editor for New York Magazine, Wendy Goodman. From starting out as Anna Wintour’s assistant to becoming a leader of the international design community, Wendy speak... more
On today’s episode of Ideas of Order, we’re joined by writer of the graphic novel Amelia Aerwood: Basic Witch and actor of the acclaimed series Schitts Creek, 12 Monkeys and the new film The End of Sex, Emily Hampshire. Emily discusses the comfort in... more
I’ve so enjoyed each conversation and find it hard to believe the first year is finished. Can’t wait for year two. ❤️
Love everything about this podcast
I have followed you FOREVER… love your work and the parts of your life you share. Just - joy and depth. more
When I saw that you had started a podcast I immediately followed and started listening. I love your interpretation of home, you gave me the courage to design my space with things that I love, to put up my own artwork, to pick comfort over form. This world is a better place with you in it, keep the content coming ❤️
I have been trying to incorporate more mindful, joyful, intentional activities into my week and I consider this podcast to be one of these activities. It helps me reflect, pushes me to live authentically, and gives me a sense of peace and purpose in the way I live. Thank you Jeremiah Brent for the way you inspire me!
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