by Narimene Chaib
As the podcast business is flourishing, many companies and brands are steadily following the lead by proposing a variety of content in multiple topics – indeed, podcasts have become one of the ultimate and more accessible way for entertainment and education. For fashion seekers, the audio content is the go-to media for the latests news or insights of the industry.
Dive into the word of fashion podcasts by scrolling through our favorite channels.
Fashion No Filter
Launched in 2016 by Camille Charrière, one of the fashion industry’s vanguard and her journalist friend Monica de La Villardière, Fashion No Filter covers the fashion sphere’s behind the scenes by inviting in each episode fashion experts – from Loic Prigent to Pernille Teisbaek discussing relevant issues like The individuality in the era of social media or How to make sustainability look stylish, for a unique fashion immersion. Their recent lockdown episode talks about Saint Laurent ditching the fashion calendar.
The BoF Podcast
The Business of Fashion has become the leader of fashion news. The founder and editor-in-chief Imran Amed discusses the colossal impact of fashion with the industry’s most influential names such as the creative director Jonathan Anderson or the stylist and editor Carine Roitfield. In one of his recent episode, Amed talks about how to find opportunities in the current crisis.
Dressed: The History of Fashion
Hosted by fashion historians Cassidy Zachary and April Calahan, Dressed: The History of Fashion explores the cultural and social background of clothing to disclose today’s fashion. Their episodes include The origin of the coveted and controversial fashion staple: Fishnets and The art of hatmaking – an alluring way to discover the story of what and who we wear.
Pieces of Me: My Life in Seven Garments
The podcast series launched by Porter Magazine (owned by Net-a-Porter) features the most powerful women in the pop culture. In You will discover the stories behind the garments they wore in their lives and the meaning of power, identity, or freedom they see through it. Their talented guests include actress Tracee Ellis Ross and model Halima Aden.
Oh Boy by Man Repeller
Leandra Medine Cohen’s podcast is the audio version of one of the most iconic satirical website in fashion, Man Repeller. Oh Boy is about women redefining fashion standards’ by blending diversity and empowerment. Expect interviews with Sally Singer, vogue.com creative digital director and Alexa Chung, author and designer.
By Narimène Chaib