Today I had the pleasure of speaking to a number of students at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising with a colleague of mine, Laura Beckmann, who worked with me on the designer brand Babakul. Here are some photos of my speaking event with FIDM. I had such a blast!
Today on “Home & Family” Holly Robinson Peete and I talk about being best friends since we were kids! Find out more about our 37-year-long friendship by tuning into the Hallmark Channel at 10:00AM EST or PST. You can also check the Hallmark schedule to find out what time “Home & Family” airs in your area.
LOVE to the family members on “Home and Family”!
Prepping on the set of “Home and Family.”
Filming with the hosts Mark and Christina, and my wonderful friend Holly Robinson Peete!
I had a wonderful time at Book Soup on Saturday to discuss my book Gold Standard: How to Rock the World and Run an Empire. Thank you, Book Soup, for being so gracious and for allowing me to speak about the process of writing Gold Standard and having an overall great time!
I also want to thank my lovely sisters Michelle and Traci for being my special guests, my co-author Sharon Soboil for being the Q&A moderator, and my literary rep Michelle Zeitlin for introducing us.
And of course, a big thank you to all who attended, I hope you enjoyed our event…and enjoy the book even more! Some pictures of the event below in case you missed out!
Gold Standard in the windows of Book Soup!
Kym Gold with co-author Sharon Soboil, Marlon Young & Derick LaSalla!
My sisters and I answering questions.
Grace Rose celebrating my new book. Picture via Rosie G Style.
Everyone having a great time at Book Soup! Picture via Dr. Sheryl Ross.
Michelle Zeitlin and I at Book Soup. Picture via Morezap Literary Representitives.
SoGal is hosting a three-day bootcamp event from Friday, September 25th until Sunday, September 27th. SoGal Startup Bootcamp is a weekend celebration of entrepreneurship, tech, startup and diversity. You’ll find me at the SoGal “Fireside Chat” on September 26th, where I’ll be discussing topics such as how to build a fashion empire, and how business has evolved with the rise of the Internet and social media.
Join the party to make amazing friends, learn new skills, create fabulous solutions, discover hot startups and gain powerful inspirations!
Click here for more information and here if you would like to register for this amazing event!
This week I’d like to share with you my interview with LaLaScoop, a great website that has all the info on what’s hip in Los Angeles. Thank you so much to Melissa Curtin, it was a pleasure getting to know you and talking about my new book!
After making $50,000 a month selling T-shirts at a very young age at various spots in Los Angeles starting with the Venice Boardwalk, True Religion jeans co-founder Kym Gold recounts her hardships both personally and professionally, while sharing with us how to rock the world and build an empire. Her business acumen in her latest tell-all memoir Gold Standard reveals her shocking business journey in the fashion world. Her frank and candid recounting of her childhood and relationship disappointments, show us early on setbacks didn’t hold her down.
Finish reading my interview with LaLaScoop by clicking the link below:
I will be at Book Soup in West Hollywood on Saturday, September 12th, 2015 discussing and signing my new business book and memoir Gold Standard: How to Rock the World and Run an Empire. I’m so excited for my signing and hope that you will come to hear my story!
Thank you Fashion Times. This was a pleasure to do!
From Fashion Times:
Kym Gold co-founded True Religion Brand Jeans in 2002 with her then-husband Jeff Lubell.
While the designer denim brand’s popularity skyrocketed, Gold’s marriage fell apart. She’s stayed quiet for years, but now, the fashionable businesswoman has decided to open up about her time at True Religion, her failed marriage and how the two are related in a forthcoming book called “Gold Standard: How to Rock the World and Run an Empire,” which is slated to be released next month.
In the book, Gold discusses everything from her first fashion job selling old T-shirts on a beach to how she feels she was pushed out of a company she helped create (Gold left True Religion in 2007, the same year she was served divorce papers by her husband).
In a recent interview with Gold, which you can read in full below, we asked the business woman what she learned while at True Religion, why her new book is a must-read, what advice she has for working women and much more.
To finish reading my interview with Fashion Times, click the link below: