Step inside the world of Flea Style
A hub for massive curated pop up markets, cool educational conferences, artisan workshops and an online shop — and join founder Brittany Cobb as she interviews established and budding business owners, operators and influencers about their creative companies.
Haute Hijab Founder + Influencer
Detroit native Melanie Elturk always thought she’d be a lawyer. But after starting her legal career at 23-years old, she quickly found her true passion in her hobby selling hijabs online for fellow Muslim friends and fans.
Today the business is based in New York City to support the demand for the booming brand that has cornered the market for beautiful headscarves. We sit down with the CEO and popular fashion influencer to talk through organically starting a business to finding funding and staying ahead of the uncertain retail curve.
Listen to her podcast below — and learn a little more about this inspiring influencer and businesswoman.
Recent Fridays with Flea Style Guests:
Live Podcast Tapings:
Influencer Courtney Kerr
Thursday September 26th at 6:30pm
Courtney Kerr is known for her playful, sassy and larger-than-life personal style. Since a young age, the outspoken Dallas influencer and former reality TV star has spent most of her life eating, sleeping and breathing fashion. She’s dedicated her life to chronicling her signature style on her well-known blog “What Courtney Wore,” which has transitioned into an online magazine, “KERRently.” We sit down with the entrepreneur to talk about her booming career as a social media darling, content creator and brand ambassador.
After we wrap our 45 minute podcast, host Brittany Cobb offers a 20-minute Q+A for her to answer your questions and dive into topics a little further.
About Your Host: Founder of Flea Style
Brittany is a journalist turned interior decorator that has always been obsessed with flea markets and shopping small. In 2009 she decided to create her own market – mere weeks before being laid off from her real job – and, her life changed forever. Today that market is her full-time job and a growing company called Flea Style that includes biannual pop up events, a brick-and-mortar store, e-commerce site and this podcast. Everything Flea Style does is about supporting small businesses and one-of-a-kind style.