The best podcasts of fashion (that you can’t miss)

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If you are tired of flipping through your fashion magazines, to enter into their digital versions, or, simply, you want to discover new ways to be informed about and to follow the day-to-day of what goes on in the world of fashion, we have the perfect format for you: podcasts. Not only you will learn of fashion topics with the guests more top, will also allow you to keep on doing other things, such as cooking, train your routines of exercise or, why not?, keep doing the household chores. These are the most advisable to get started in the universe podcast fashion.

Is the name of the podcast about the legendary French fashion house in which one converses, invites creators, collaborators and friends of the firm willing to talk about what inspires them, what are the challenges for the brand today, or what are the perspectives of fashion in the TWENTY-first century. Creative director, Maria Grazia Chiuri, also intervenes to browse files, chat with artisans, influential people and historians of fashion that will explain all the environment of the brand. Between the charismatic figures invited to participate in Dior Talks to find Judy Chicago, Tomaso Binga, and Mickalene Thomas, who have collaborated with Maria Grazia Chiuri in their parades, Paola Ugolini, curator of exhibitions and faithful friend of the artistic director or even the captivating artist Tracey Emin.
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Although from 2017 no new episodes, the Fashion bible it is also available in a podcast format of fashion. So soon there are 51 episodes where you can listen to the interviews that have already been made with Tom Ford, Adriana Lima, Zac Posen or the make-up artist Pat McGrath, among other celebrities of the universe fashion, with a host of luxury, the famous editor Andre Leon Talley.
You can listen to it here.

Gucci Podcast

The Italian firm has no borders and its capacity to communicate nor Gucci, since in your podcast not only addresses issues of fashion, but conversations around feminism or sociocultural problems that are currently live. Either on the platforms of Spotify, Soundcloud or the apple Podcast in their latest episode, the chef Massimo Bottura and the president of Gucci, Marco Bizzarri, they talk about the new Gucci Osteria in Los Angeles. The program already features more than 28 chapters, in that it also leaves your vision clear fashion, thanks to Alesandro Michele.
You can listen to it here.

After publish successfully in 2016, his book “Wardrobe Crisis”, the journalist, writer and current editor of fashion magazine Marie Claire Australia, Clare Press, launched in June last year a podcast of the same name from his book, becoming automatically in the most listened to on iTunes Australia during its first week on the air. In it, a once-a-week, Clare interview experts and personalities from the fashion world to address topics such as ethics, sustainability, conscious consumption, activism, identity, and creativity, by examining the effect of industry on the planet and in people, and seeking, moreover, to change the way in which it speaks of the consumption of clothes. You’ll find 13 chapters in English available on iTunes and in www.clarepress.com.
You can listen to it here.

The stylist Kaarin Vembar, next to Lisa Rowan, owner of a clothing shop ‘vintage’, given this ‘podcast’ then all the strokes you need to know about the fashion industry: trends, designers, models, clothing… in Addition, they also respond to all the questions and doubts of your audience ‘fashionista’. This podcast has been featured by Harper’s Bazaar magazine and the blog WhoWhatWear as one of the best today. Remember that it is in English.
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Led by two journalists English, Pandora Sykes and Dolly Alderton, speak with a certain irony and naturalness of the now that surrounds your generation (since the last collaboration star to the styles of the Oscars, controversial feminists or some other out-of-tune of the Kardashian), and accumulate hundreds of good reviews on iTunes. We recommend the episode in which they interview Tina Brown, former editor-in-chief of Vanity Fair.
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Imran Ahmed, founder of The Business of Fashion, is at the forefront of this podcast in the interview with important personalities of the fashion industry to understand the current state of the same and how it works. Don’t miss the interview with Bob Roth, an expert in transcendental meditation who talks about the power of this practice to the creative professions and their impact on fashion; or Carine Roitfeld, which talks about how the industry has changed since his days at French Vogue, how it is to work with Karl Lagerfeld or become a brand and the importance of staying curious.
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The maison of the French luxury par excellence launched this podcast in 2017 and in it you can find interviews with the ambassadors of the signature -Margot Robbie, Caroline de Maigret, Kristen Stewart, among others – that become an open door to the universe of the brand created by Gabrielle Chanel. In fact, these clips are recorded in emblematic places of the house (and you can see a sneak peak on their YouTube channel): from the apartment of its creator, in the Rue Cambon in Paris to the workshops of couture, or Métiers d’art. Don’t miss the interviews with Sofia Coppola, Pharrell Williams and Karl Lagerfeld, who inaugurated this series of programs and that has become one of his last interviews.
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Two journalists, Clara Ferrero and Carlos Megía, leading the podcast of the magazine SModa (El País), in which they speak of fashion and entertainment while you do more important things. In this way, the printed edition and digital of this header, the Spanish are supplemented with audio clips (of about 30 minutes duration) which often focus on a single topic per chapter: Met Gala, red carpet of the academy awards, seasonal trends, etc

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Sophia Amoruso, founder of the website Nasty Gal, the most famous online store of vintage clothes, whose biography inspired a series of Netflix, has created a podcast titled Girlboss Radio, where they interview women who have succeeded in your field and inspire listeners from all over the world, with lessons and a touch of humor based on their own experiences.
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Leandra Medine, the iconic influencer, it girl and author of the blog Man Repeller, also has its own space in the universe podcasting. In it, talk with women of the world of the arts, technology and fashion to talk about their lives and their work, with a special hollow style and trends.
I can hear here.