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Have you ever wondered about the people who made your favorite mug, shirt or chair? In Why Do We Have Things?, Rita Mehta of The American Edit and Erin Husted of Hackwith Design House interview the independent designers, artists, small business owners and creatives behind our favorite things.
Today’s podcast guest is Michelle LeBlanc, the owner of everyone’s favorite online shop, Mille. Erin & Rita visit Michelle at her studio and talk about starting the shop, getting dressed each day, and the inspiration behind the women-led brands she carries in her shop.
NOTES FROM THE SHOW:
No. 6 Boots – made in Minnesota! (Note, I was a bit negative about these clogs during this interview… but I actually do wear them all of the time! I think I just wish I lived somewhere where I didn’t need warm boots!:)
The Rachel Comey Mars boot – Michelle’s ideal everyday boot
Shearling liners for sneakers – option 1, option 2
Images via Mille on Instagram, taken by Emily Freitas
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2 thoughts on “Podcast: Michelle LeBlanc, Mille”
Hello! I am a huge fan of your podcast. Just discovered the podcast a couple days ago and have listened to them all already! The stories you and your guests share are so inspiring and the advice that I get are so inspiring. My dream is to open an e-commerce shop in the near future and this is the biggest source of motivation and energy for me. Thank you, thank you, thank you! Please keep this podcast going!