What I Did Next explores people’s life journeys from the perspective of key pivot points. Malak and her guests discuss personal and professional crossroads and look at what certain choices and shifts mean for them as they move through their lives. Apple Podcasts’ “Shows that made us think” 2022 & “Best shows of 2021”
I’m joined this week by curator Nadine Abdel Ghaffar, founder of Art d’Egypte. From humble beginnings in 2017, their annual event has become a celebration of art, installations and global partnerships. Nadine is also an art curator with a passion for one of Egypt’s most celebrated artists,
We’re continuing my conversation with fashion entrepreneur Imran Amed in front of a live audience at Egypt Fashion Week earlier this year. On this bonus episode, Imran weighs in on the hot topic of 2023, AI and its application to fashion, and answers some of the insightful questions from
Welcome to a new season of What I Did Next! I’m joined today by fashion entrepreneur Imran Amed, one of the leading voices in fashion and CEO of The Business of Fashion. What I Did Next was a media sponsor at the first edition of Egypt Fashion Week, where
Thank you for joining me on an incredible season 5 of What I Did Next, and for your feedback and comments. This week, I’m joined by our producer Chirag Desai to talk about my own life’s pivots, a few highlights from our season and what’s in my
We're continuing my conversation with Chef Hussein Hadid. On this members-only bonus episode Chef Hussein tells me why he chose to put down roots in Lebanon and how that changed his perceptions about dining. I also ask him a bit more about his aunt, the incredible, award-winning internationally renowned architect,
Chef Hussein Hadid is a food consultant and owner of The Kitchen Table Experience in Beirut.
We're continuing our conversation with poet, author, and radio host Salma El-Wardany. On this bonus episode, Salma tells me about the impact of her work including her book, These Impossible Things, and how her mother continues to play a key role in her life.
I’m joined this week by poet, author and radio host, Salma El-Wardany. Salma is the author of These Impossible Things, a best-selling novel that that breaks down barriers by looking at how a group of muslim girlfriends navigate love, friendship & sex. She also currently hosts The Breakfast Show on
We’re continuing my conversation with Fares Akkad, Regional Director at Meta. On this bonus episode, Fares and I dig further into some learnings from his time as an entrepreneur, and more about the Metaverse.
We're continuing my conversation with the sisters behind luxury fashion brand Okhtein, Mounaz & Aya Abdel Raouf. On this bonus episode for our members, Mounaz and Aya, tell me about their creative process, and how the pandemic impacted their business and the fashion industry.