Hosted by Kate Young
This is a podcast for — and about — unstoppable women. In each episode, celebrity stylist Kate Young sits down with one of today’s most inspiring figures to hear powerful stories about the pivotal steps that started it all, pushing each in the direction of her dreams.
Rising sportscasting star Ros Gold-Onwude sits down with Kate Young to talk about finding success in an industry dominated by men, her journey through adversity, and how she went full fangirl when she met Beyoncé.
Former E! News host Catt Sadler left her role two years ago after learning that her male counterpart was making double her salary. Catt talks us through how she came to her decision, and how the support she's received in the fight for pay parity is helping her navigate through the unknown.
Model and disability rights activist Mama Cax spent years hiding her prosthetic leg, but now she is embracing it on the cover of Teen Vogue and on the runways of New York Fashion Week. In this episode, she discusses her mission to change the way we see beauty and celebrate disability.
WANTING TO LEARN MORE, AND GET BETTER, AND GROW, AND BE THE BEST VERSION OF MYSELF MAKES ME UNSTOPPABLE.
Actress Nina Dobrev sits down with Kate to discuss her rise to fame and growing up in Hollywood. Nina reveals her struggles with self-image, her pivot towards self-acceptance, and how she's discovering a new voice as a producer on women-centric projects.
TONE IT UP
Kate chats with Katrina Scott and Karena Dawn, creators of the fitness brand Tone It Up. They open up about the personal pivots that led them down this path, their survival tips for managing friendship and business, and the one move that yields the best body-sculpting results.
Kate sits down with Alli Webb, founder of Drybar, to talk about going from being a hairstylist and stay-at-home mom to becoming a successful entrepreneur. She opens up about her year of personal loss and professional success and how she’s coming out on the other side.
Meet the host
Kate Young is one of the most sought-after red carpet stylists, having been named the "most powerful stylist" by the Hollywood Reporter — three times — and "stylist of the year" by InStyle. Her skills have taken her from being Interview’s fashion editor at large, to designing her own line of knitwear, to publishing her debut book, Dressing For the Dark: From the Silver Screen to the Red Carpet. Now, Kate will be asking guests about their own journeys to success, and about the point that changed their careers forever.