Superwomen With Rebecca Minkoff



What are the secrets behind some of the most successful women in the world? Each week designer Rebecca Minkoff talks to women from all walks of life, from CEOs to artists, and shows us what life is like without the pretty filters in order to help you navigate what it means to be vulnerable, how loss can make you stronger, and other ways to make your inner superwoman shine. Join us in being Superwomen, together!


  • Beautycounter's Gregg Renfrew Explains: The Toxic Crap In Your Beauty Products

    02/04/2019 Duração: 27min

     How do you know the ingredients in your beauty products are safe? In this episode Gregg Renfrew  (Founder and CEO of Beautycounter) explains how the United States is  way behind other countries in regards to what ingredients can be used in  the products we put on our bodies. She also gives us helpful tips for  ways we can create our own safer beauty alternatives, and she talks  about the power of using women to start a movement. You can also find Beautycounter's "Never List" of ingredients here: --- Support this podcast:

  • Wide Awake: A Day for Female Founders Panel - The Skimm Founders Danielle Weisberg & Carly Zakin: Ask For What You Want

    28/03/2019 Duração: 38min

    Rebecca moderates this panel with The Skimm co-founders and CEO's Danielle and Carly. They talk about the struggles of managing a team, being emotionally investing in your business and the power of asking for what you want. --- Support this podcast:

  • How The Wing & Audrey Gelman Are Inspiring The Next Generation Of The Women's Movement

    26/03/2019 Duração: 30min

    In this week's episode Audrey talks about how she got the idea to bring back the old idea of women's clubs, and how The Wing is able to create a supportive environment for all women. We also talk about how she manages her time and why it's important to turn down some opportunities. --- Support this podcast:

  • Wide Awake: A Day for Female Founders Panel - How To Disrupt Your MFing Industry (with Michelle Cordeiro Grant, Mariah Chase, and Nicole Gibbons)

    21/03/2019 Duração: 43min

    This year for International Women's Day the Female Founder Collective hosted Wide Awake: A Day for Female Founders. This panel moderated by Ann Shoket (former EIC of Seventeen) talks to Michelle Cordeiro Grant (Lively), Mariah Chase (ELOQUII), and Nicole Gibbons (Clare) about how they were able to disrupt their own industries, and how you should be unapologetic when representing yourself and your brand. --- Support this podcast:

  • Overcoming Stress And Insecurity With Athena Calderone

    19/03/2019 Duração: 33min

    Have you ever felt stressed by a "lack of direction" in your career? Athena Calderone, who's a blogger, interior designer, entertaining expert, and author did too. In this episode Athena talks about how she was able to overcome her insecurities, and how even in those moments of self doubt she realized she had to be her own biggest advocate. Athena also talks about the tools she's learned to deal with stress and looming deadlines after hitting her lowest point. --- Support this podcast:

  • Katya Libin & Amri Kibbler Help Working Mamas Build Their Tribe

    12/03/2019 Duração: 31min

    Are you looking for a way to build your mama village? Well look no further. This week we speak with Katya Libin and Amri Kibbler, co-founders of Hey Mama -- an online community that aims to make moms more successful in life and business. Their goal is to help shift the perception of working moms and help mamas save time (and money!) Katya and Amri also give tips to moms who may be working in inflexible or unsupportive work environments. --- Support this podcast:

  • Breaking Financial Barriers

    05/03/2019 Duração: 31min

    Are you confused by venture capital? Do you wonder if it's right for your business? (Spoiler: It's not for everyone.) In this episode Anu Duggal and Sutian Dong break down the complex world (and acronyms!) of venture capital, and explain how the Female Founders Fund is different from other VC's. They also talk about how it's OK to lose money in the beginning (in fact, your probably will) and how they had over 700 meetings to raise capital for their first round of funding. --- Support this podcast:

  • Living A Glamour Life

    26/02/2019 Duração: 25min

    In this episode Samantha Barry, the Editor in Chief at Glamour Magazine, talks about her start in broadcasting, the difference between toxic talk and criticism, and how change can be a good thing. Rebecca ends the episode reflecting on her experience being back at Fashion Week, and how she picks the women that walk the runway. --- Support this podcast:

  • Elisa Kreisinger Reminds Us To Put Ourselves First

    19/02/2019 Duração: 27min

    In this episode Elisa Kreisinger talks about how she uses humor to get people to pay attention to important issues, and the importance of taking care of yourself, no matter what that looks like. Rebecca and Elisa also talk about their idea for a new reality TV show. --- Support this podcast:

  • Planning Your Way To Success With Anne Fulenwider

    12/02/2019 Duração: 27min

    Have you ever felt stuck in a job but didn't know how to advance your career? In this episode Anne Fulenwider, editor-in-chief of Marie Claire magazine, talks about the importance of having patience and a plan when trying to advance your career. Rebecca and Anne also talk about the ultimate "power trip." You can find new episodes of Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff, completely ad-free, only on Stitcher Premium. For a free month of Stitcher Premium, go to and use promo code ‘WONDERY’. --- Support this podcast:

  • Reshma Saujani Teaches Us How To Be Brave, Not Perfect

    05/02/2019 Duração: 25min

    In this episode we talk to Reshma Saujani about women's habits towards perfectionism and being a toxic people pleaser. In order to overcome these traps Reshma teaches us to do something everyday that scares us in order to practice our bravery. We also talk about her new book, Brave, Not Perfect, and why she felt like now was the right time to write it. --- Support this podcast:

  • When Cause Meets Commerce with Lauren Conrad and Hannah Skvarla

    29/01/2019 Duração: 30min

    Founded by women to empower women, The Little Market is a place where you can buy beautiful handmade goods from artisans around the world. In this episode Lauren and Hannah talk about the challenges of creating a business focused on preserving traditional patterns and methods, as well as the reasons why they decided to open a brick and mortar location, even though they had a successful online business. --- Support this podcast:

  • Managing Your Money Like A Pro With Sallie Krawcheck

    22/01/2019 Duração: 30min

    Does the thought of investing in stocks and bonds intimidate you? In this episode Sallie Krawcheck co-founder of Ellevest, a financial platform designed to focus on the needs of women, gives us an Investment 101 lesson, and shares the biggest mistake women make when investing in their future. --- Support this podcast:

  • Using Your Passions to Fuel Your Success

    15/01/2019 Duração: 29min

    Do you struggle to keep motivated when the odds are stacked against you? Brooklyn Decker is many things; model, actress, mom, and now the co-founder of Finery. Brooklyn talks about the stigmas she had to overcome as a model in the tech industry, and how she had to learn an entirely new language when trying to raise funding for Finery. She also explains how her passion for saving women time and money keeps her motivated when things get tough, and why she's so open and honest on social media. --- Support this podcast:

  • Do What Feels Good (For Your Body)

    08/01/2019 Duração: 30min

    In a world filled with detox teas and quick fixes, fitness and health has never been more complicated. We sat down with the multi-talented Hannah Bronfman to talk about why it was so important for her to embrace herself the way she is, and how she was able let go of society's expectations of what she should be. Hannah talks about how she learned to redefine what healthy meant for her body, and how you can do the same. We also talk about her new book, Do What Feels Good, and why she felt like now was the perfect time to write it. --- Support this podcast:

  • How To Make A New Years Resolution That Sticks

    01/01/2019 Duração: 06min

    Here at Superwomen, we don't believe in "New Years Resolutions" in the traditional sense. In this New Years bonus episode, Rebecca shares how you can set goals in the New Year that you'll actually achieve. Plus, hear what some of our guests are planning for 2019, along with a sneak peak of who we have lined up for this year! We want to hear what you've got planned for 2019! Email us at, we may even share your goals on the show. And don't forget to enter to win a copy of Hannah Bronfman's new book "Do What Feels Good." Just rate and review us on your favorite podcast app, take a screenshot and post it to your Instagram stories, tagging @RMSuerwomen. We're picking a winner January 8th, so get sharing! --- Support this podcast:

  • How To Advocate For Yourself In The Workplace

    25/12/2018 Duração: 31min

    Shelley Zalis is know for saying "first came IQ (the Intelligence Quotient) then came EQ (the Emotional Quotient), now comes FQ (the Female Quotient). She's also a fan of breaking rules and is a self proclaimed Chief Trouble Maker. In this episode we explore how you can advocate for yourself in the workplace and the importance of networking with other women. We're doing some great giveaways in 2019! Be sure to listen to this episode to find out how you can enter to win a copy of Hannah Bronfman's new book "Do What Feels Good." We're picking a winner January 8th, so get sharing! --- Support this podcast:

  • From Hobby To Explosive Career, With a Cherry On Top

    18/12/2018 Duração: 17min

    For the very first interview recorded in our office, we talk to the queen of sprinkles, Amirah Kassem. Amirah started Flour Shop–a contemporary bakery that's famous for their colorful cakes–out of her small NYC apartment. She tells us all about having to find new ways to keep up with demand once her business rose to fame on social media and how she learned to handle the heat of overnight success. This happy baker loves being part of everyone's celebrations and has an excitement that's truly contagious. Let this episode brighten your day and then have some cake! We're doing some great giveaways in 2019! Be sure to listen to this episode to find out how you can enter to win a copy of Hannah Bronfman's new book "Do What Feels Good." --- Support this podcast:

  • Honoring Your Inner Badass with Bozoma St. John

    11/12/2018 Duração: 38min

    Have you ever wanted to cultivate a confident, badass persona but it just felt wrong? This week Bozoma St.John shares her incredible journey and how tragedy has helped her develop inner strength, how she regularly uses mantras and positive affirmations to create a confident personal narrative, and the importance of advocating for others when they’re not in the room. --- Support this podcast:

  • Stella & Dot’s Blythe Harris Says Failure IS an Option

    04/12/2018 Duração: 29min

    Stella & Dot co-founder Blythe Harris often talks about the value of failure, and how important it is to pick yourself back up and keep moving. In addition to sharing some of her favorite tips and tricks to help nurture your creativity, Blythe and Rebecca talk about the best ways to communicate with your coworkers and bosses. --- Support this podcast:

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