Swiss-born Adriana Kaegi is a true visionary with creative trendsetting records from co-founding the iconic band Kid Creole and the Coconuts; documenting her journey in the film Kid Creole and My Coconuts; and, making reality TV before the word even existed.
The day the founders of Razorfish introduced Kaegi to the Internet back in 1996, she envisioned endless opportunities and explored them with her Cyber Cabaret (shot at NYC’s Knitting Factory): the first interactive live web-casts (noted by C/net and Yahoo as the premiere live webcasts).
Her pioneering work was noted by Globix Streaming Media Group and she became the first online executive video producer to bring runway fashion shows live and on-demand from New York, Paris and Milan; working with CNN.com and Style.com, among others.
Adriana, who has earned the nickname the “Queen of Stream,” is actively producing fashion and events video content for her own company Addy.media Global Syndication Partners (https://www.vimeo.com/361575355 .
“Niche is the new mainstream, giving people what they want when they want it,” she says.
Adriana is thrilled to announce StyleCulture.TV a video fashion magazine, on ROKU, featuring 12-minute stories, by team ADDY: including journalists: Charlii Sebunya; Gita Cellei; Amanda Salvato; and, videographers: Landry Ndremijhaja; ; Juan Carlos Ariano; Luke Joerger; Jake Bellew; Narim Kerim; and, Kaegi-editors: Anatola Araba Papst; Bill Johnson Bay and Kaegi.
Having always been a fashion-forward thinker, Adrianna adds, “With direct to consumer sales on the rise and retail stores closing, the fashion industry ought to adjust to the changing consumer habits.”
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