Revivalism is growing and not only did “video killed the radio star” as the podcast world is giving radio a new life. Fashion podcasting is on-trend and can be a remarkably interesting conversation. You can listen to topics such as fashion history, or how to find the most sustainable jeans, or how to navigate the fashion business. Also, fashion is not just about looking good or cool, it’s about addressing issues such as pollution, ethics, or racial inequality. Listen to the most relevant voices in fashion.
1. Fashion Fix with Charli Howard
How to make ethical dress sense for people and the planet? Model Charli Howard shows us how to be sustainable and stylish with the podcast that fixes fashion while fixing the world. Is this possible? Listen to conversations about sustainability, body positivity, and everything else we can doto make the world of fashion a better place. Listen to Fashion Fix here.
2. Dressed: The History of Fashion with Cassidy Zachary and April Calahan
Every day we get dressed, even if we just put on a tracksuit. All these pieces we wear have a story behind them. This podcast explores the incredibly great history behind all the clothes we wear. You can listen to stories about past pieces and new ones. You can find a story about a bow tie or a pair of sunglasses. New episodes are released every Tuesday and Thursday.
3. Re-Fashion: Reduce. Reuse. Re-fashion.
Here the conversations happen with industry experts about circular and sustainable fashion. What's new in fashion? How to upcycle? Why is sustainability important? What's the possible approach towards circular and sustainable fashion? And most importantly - what can you & I do about it?
4. BOF: Business of Fashion Podcast
You might say this is an essential daily resource for fashion creatives, executives, and entrepreneurs. Founded in 2007 by Imran Amed, a fashion business advisor, writer, and digital entrepreneur, The Business of Fashion began as a passion project, aiming to fill the void with an informed, analytical, and opinionated point of view on the fashion business. The Business of Fashion Podcast is known as one of the most reliable sources for up-to-date fashion news and industry goings-on.
5. Creative Conversations with Suzy Menkes
Go behind the scenes with Suzy Menkes, fashion's leading authority for in-depth interviews with the fashion industry’s most influential designers, thinkers, and executives. You can listen to Bruno Pavlovsky, president of Chanel Fashion, or Olivier Rousteing, the creative director of Balmain.
6. Wardrobe Crisis with Clare Press
This a valuable resource for those looking to understand the horrifying impact of the apparel industry on the environment. A podcast hosted by Clare Press, Vogue's Sustainability Editor-at-Large. A passionate advocate for ethical fashion, she is Australia's go-to journalist on the subject and sits on the Australian advisory board of Fashion Revolution. She is also the author of the book 'Wardrobe Crisis, How We Went From Sunday Best to Fast Fashion' and an eco-influencer.
7. Spirit of 608 with Lorraine Sanders
Hosted by fashion journalist Lorraine Sanders, in this podcast, you can listen to stories, tips, and advice from women at the intersection of fashion, entrepreneurship, sustainability, and tech. Lorraine calls it F.E.S.T. and she claims this is the future. This weekly podcast features stories and advice from women at the forefront of FEST, including Eileen Fisher, Julie Wainwright, Mariam Naficy, and many others.
8. Conscious Chatter with Kestrel Jenkins
Kestrel talks style and ethics with her guests. The founder of AWEAR World, Kestrel Jenkins has a wealth of experience in the ethical fashion industry, working for sustainable companies such as People Tree. The fashion podcast Conscious Chatter covers style and sustainability. You can listen to interviews with a wide range of fashion industry experts from designers, entrepreneurs, and advocates, to farmers and factory workers.
9. Business With Purpose with Molly Stillman
Hosted by Molly Stillman, Business With Purpose features different kinds of businesses, from huge international brands, to community non-profits, and everything in between. All these businesses aim to change the world for the better.
10. Fashion: No Filter with Camille Charriere and Monica Ainley
Two women, one of them a very famous Instagram influencer: @camillecharriere and her colleague Monica Ainley, also a dedicated fashion journalist, created the podcast Fashion: No Filter. You can listen to a great series of interviews with personalities such as Instagram’s fashion guru Eva Chen. You can also listen to conversations on topics related to social media, street style, and sustainability.