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Catch Up On The Latest Episodes of the BRICKS 'I Did That' Podcast 

Watch and listen to our most recent podcast episodes with entrepreneurs and content creators, Reclaimed DNA founder Darwin Alford and Cut by Krystal founder Krystal Lake.

Catch up with the latest episodes of the BRICKS 'I Did That' Podcast powered by TikTok.

On episode 4 (Opens in a new window), we meet sustainability activist, content creator and founder of fashion brand Reclaimed DNA (Opens in a new window), Darwin Alford (Opens in a new window). Through her TikTok account, Darwin educates her audience about the fashion industry’s most exploitative practices and advice on how to adopt more sustainable styling habits, while fashion brand creates custom looks using second-hand fabrics. In the episode, Darwin talks about her sustainable fashion journey, her best tips for thrifting and the harmful effects of industry greenwashing. (Opens in a new window)

On episode 5 (Opens in a new window), we meet DJ Krystal Lake (Opens in a new window). Following a career hiatus from live performing during the pandemic, Krystal connected with a new community of music lovers on TikTok and uses her platforms to uplift marginalised communities and educate her audience on racism and women’s, LGBTQ+ and mental health issues. The lack of minority topics in media moved her to start her own business, production company Cut by Krystal (Opens in a new window), as well as her work as a content creator, speaker, and coach, to be a positive voice for her community.   On this episode, Krystal shares her career origins, the importance of transferrable skills in the creative industry and the power of using your platform for good. (Opens in a new window)

Watch all the episodes on Youtube (Opens in a new window) or listen on Spotify (Opens in a new window). Make sure to follow BRICKS on TikTok @bricksmagazine (Opens in a new window) to catch new episodes live at 8pm every Wednesday. Our next episode, live streaming tomorrow night, is with Offkut Studio founder Isabel Smith. Register to watch here (Opens in a new window) and be notified when we go live.


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