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March 24, 2021 40 min
This week, the Media Mavens team meets up with fashion historian and documentarian Antonio Contreras to talk all things couture.             After becoming the subject of an award-winning film in 2013, Contreras decided to blend film with his love of fashion, and hasn’t looked back since. “I had no idea what making film was about, I had no idea I just knew that I liked fashion,” Contreras said.              With the Mavens Team, Contreras discusses how a model impacts fashion, the importance of Jean Paul Gaultier his current film projects and the complexities of fashion history.             Tune in to learn about “The Intersection of Art & Fashion” and the secrets of the fashion industry! You can reach Antonio at antoniocontr@gmail.com. To reach Sarah Miller, CEO, Axis Entertainment, please go to www.axis-entertainment.com or podcasrts@axis-entertainment.com
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