The Business of Fashion has gained a global following as an essential daily resource for fashion creatives, executives and entrepreneurs in over 200 countries. It is frequently described as “indispensable,” “required reading” and “an addiction.”
The Business of Fashion has gained a global following as an essential daily resource for fashion creatives, executives and entrepreneurs in over 200 countries. It is frequently described as “indispensable,” “required reading” and “an addiction.”
Join our host, Who What Wear co-founder Hillary Kerr, as she chronicles the career changes that can come at any age in our podcast, Second Life.
Rank #1: Reese Witherspoon: Actress, Producer, and Hello Sunshine Founder.
Reese Witherspoon is without a doubt an iconic female of our generation. From actress and producer to entrepreneur and activist, Witherspoon has paved her way through Hollywood. On this episode of Second Life, find how out Witherspoon has transitioned her wildly successful acting career into a platform dedicated to rewriting the narrative for women.
Rank #2: Sara & Erin Foster: Bumble Heads of Creative .
Erin and Sara Foster are nothing if not honest. In the newest episode of Second Life, the sisters get real about feeling in over their heads, pursuing careers that paid the bills but weren't fulfilling, and regretting not going to college. Whether you know the Fosters from their parody-reality show on VH1, Barely Famous, or from their current positions as the heads of creative at Bumble, you'll learn a whole new side to the sisters.
Fashion journalists Camille Charriere and Monica Ainley give you a unique, behind the scenes look at how the fashion industry operates.
Rank #1: Jenny Walton on individuality in the era of social media (+bonus roundup of LFW).
In this episode, Monica and Camille introduce you to one of their fashion friends, the streetstyle star and illustrator, Jenny Walton, who is also Creative Director for Scott Schulman of The Sartorialist (her fiancé!). The girls sit down in between shows during London Fashion Week for a relaxed conversation about how Jenny came to being flown all over the world to attend the world’s most prestigious shows alongside Scott. They cover everything from her career ascent, her love of Miuccia Prada, how to remain yourself amongst all the noise on social media, and why shopping vintage is the most sustainable way of being stylish nowadays. For those who want to check out people and accounts discussed in this episode, here’s a little recap:Guest du jour: @JennyMWaltonJenny’s other half: @TheSartorialist LFW FAVOURITES: @SimoneRocha_, @Burberry, @BabbyM, @JW_Anderson, @RichardQuinn, @RejinaPyo, @PeterPilotto, @Erdem, @Loewe, @Roksandailincic, @Preenbythorntonbregazzi, @VictoriaBeckham, @MollyGoddard STREETSTYLE STANDOUTS: @JennyMWalton, @SarahHarris, @PernilleTeisbaek, @LindaTol_JENNY’S SHOUTOUTS: @Charlesvonbarksalot, @WhatMiuccia, @SimplicityCity, @SimoneRocha_, @MarcJacobs Email firstname.lastname@example.org or reach us on Instagram @fashionnofilter. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rank #2: Streetsyle is dead! Long live streetsyle .
Monica and Camille, having been obliged to divide and conquer at the shows this season, send each other their impressions of SS20. The good, the bad and the ugly, it’s all there as they recount their favourite bits. They then sit down with friend-of-the pod, Tommy Ton, to talk about his career shooting fashion’s best-dressed and his recent foray into dressing those very women, since he is now at the helm of ready-to-wear label Deveaux. The two Canadians bond over how to make it big in the industry when you grew up in the Great North, and the three tackle the burning questions on everyone’s lip at the moment: is streetstyle still for real? The debate covers street style’s current and kk standing fashion tribes(poke David Attenborough), how Tommy started out, and why he was in fact the ideal candidate to launch a RTW label for women. ARTICLES INCLUDED IN OUR FASHION MONTH ROUND-UPJ-LO breaks the internet (again) with that green dress https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BTyBFcEgc-AThe BOF499 scandalhttps://fashionista.com/2019/10/kerby-jean-raymond-bof-500-gala-controversyA catwalk crasher at the Chanel showhttps://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/10/01/catwalk-prankster-crashes-chanel-paris-show-face-off-miffed/Delfina Deltrez Tourbillon presentation https://www.instagram.com/p/B3B8gyZIA_Z/?igshid=1576jh1e815v5Scott Schuman’s pic of the VOGUETTES paying homage to real French stylehttps://www.instagram.com/p/B3Em7KZljTh/?igshid= Email email@example.com or reach us on Instagram @fashionnofilter, @MonicaAinleyDLV and @Camille Charriere For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Gwyneth Paltrow and goop's Chief Content Officer Elise Loehnen chat with leading thinkers, culture changers, and industry disruptors—from doctors to creatives, CEOs to spiritual healers—about shifting old paradigms and starting new conversations.
Rank #1: Gwyneth x Brené Brown: On the Roots of Shame, Courage, and Vulnerability.
“I call shame the twenty-ton shield,” says Brené Brown. “It's a defense mechanism—very classic—that we carry in order to protect ourselves from getting hurt. But what it actually does is protect us from being seen.” Brown is a research professor at the University of Houston, a New York Times–bestselling author (read her latest, Dare to Lead), and the star of a new Netflix special, The Call to Courage. In this chat, she and GP talk about courage, which Brown says is teachable and possible to cultivate only from a place of vulnerability. They talk about being perfectionists: “Where perfectionism is driving, your shame is riding shotgun,” says Brown. And they talk about empathy—as a tool for combating shame internally and for stepping beyond yourself to connect with and lead others. (For more, see The goop Podcast hub.)
Rank #2: How to Become Your Future Self.
“Nobody changes until they change their energy—and when you change your energy, you change your life,” says researcher and author Joe Dispenza, DC. Dispenza’s work explores neuroscience, epigenetics, quantum physics, and consciousness. He’s become known for helping people heal in miraculous ways. (His latest book is called Becoming Supernatural: How Common People Are Doing the Uncommon.) In this episode, he explains what at first appears to be magic, where science and mysticism intersect. It’s possible, Dispenza believes, to change the way you think, the way you act, the way you feel; to change your mind and body. The hardest part: not making the same choices you did the day before, choosing not to live by the emotions that keep you anchored to the past. “People wait their whole lives for something outside of them to change how they feel inside,” Dispenza says. But priming your brain to be a map to a new future—that’s an energetic job in his book. (For more, see The goop Podcast hub.)
A weekly podcast that explores the upending forces in fashion. Vogue’s Sally Singer and contributing editors take a probing look at the new frontiers, jagged edges, and unspoken undercurrents of the fashion world. Thoughtful questions and bold conversations from inside the velvet rope.
Rank #1: Tom Ford.
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Rank #2: Kim Kardashian West.
André sits down with his long time friend, Kim Kardashian West following the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Fashion Show in LA. The old friends cover everything from the success of her apps to her favorite spots in Paris and workout routine. Get a candid look inside Kim's world as she talks about her family, social media, and her pregnancy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
The Glossy Podcast is a weekly show discussing the impact of technology on the fashion and luxury industries with the people making change happen.
Rank #1: Stitch Fix CEO Katrina Lake: 'The current shift in customer behavior is permanent'.
When Stitch Fix CEO Katrina Lake took her company public in 2017, her pitch was a little bit rusty. Stitch Fix’s IPO, which valued it at nearly $2 billion, was the biggest exit for an e-commerce company last year. Now, the company has to prove it can continue to recruit new customers -- on top of the more than 2 million who use Stitch Fix already, according to its S-1 -- if it wants to keep growing. For the first few years of business, Stitch Fix did little paid marketing, relying on word of mouth and organic growth to bring in new users. That’s changing, as the company figures out the best ways to reach potential customers, and it’s top of mind for Lake as she navigates her first year at the head of a public company. Lake joined the Glossy Podcast to discuss Stitch Fix’s category expansions and marketing push, plus the changing customer behavior it’s both leading the way for and adjusting to.
Rank #2: Nordstrom's vp of creative projects Olivia Kim: 'Earning trust is how you gain wallet share'.
Olivia Kim joined Nordstrom and moved from New York to Seattle in 2013 as the director of creative projects. Now vp of creative projects, she’s in charge of Nordstrom’s pop-up shops, brand collaborations and exclusives with digitally native brands. Essentially, her role boils down to recruiting new customers to Nordstrom by making it more of a destination for fashion inspiration and brands that can’t be easily found elsewhere. On the Glossy Podcast, Kim discussed how she formed her position and, eventually, department, how fashion collaborations have evolved, and what appeals most to customers.
Each week on Girlboss Radio, you'll hear honest conversations with trailblazing women. These women go deep on what it takes to build a successful career or grow a business with staying power—while living life on their own terms and navigating personal and professional curveballs. Expect hilarious, vulnerable, ~useful~ conversations that humanize the known, champion the unknown, and laugh a little at the absurdity of life. Hosted by Sophia Amoruso, CEO and founder of Girlboss and Neha Gandhi, editor in chief and COO of Girlboss.
Rank #1: Gwyneth Paltrow, founder and CEO of goop.
Gwyneth Paltrow, founder and CEO of goop, joins Sophia for a candid conversation about the path that led her from acting to entrepreneurship and also addresses the controversy facing the brand that she built. Plus, a quick preview of what’s coming up on girlboss.com with Editorial Director Jerico Mandybur.
Rank #2: How to build a loyal community, with OG influencer Lauryn Evarts Bosstick.
Lauryn Evarts Bosstick is the founder of one of the most popular blogs around, The Skinny Confidential. Over the last decade, she's parlayed her following and content into a bonafide business with a book, podcast, and products galore—bridging the gap from influencer to entrepreneur. On this episode of Girlboss Radio, Sophia and Lauryn discuss the peaks and pitfalls of entrepreneurship, how to create content that resonates, and what it's like to work alongside your husband.
Fashion Is Your Business is a weekly show about FASHIONTECH, the intersection of fashion business and fashion technology. The podcast is produced through MouthMedia Network. The hosts are entrepreneurial strategist Rob Sanchez, leading fashion technology consultant Pavan Bahl, creative entrepreneur Marc Raco, and fashion tech + sustainability consultant Nataliya Makulova. Guests include the world's foremost fashion technology pioneers, discussing textiles to retail and everything in between, it covers business news from startups to conglomerates, and the show has a fun and accessible morning radio vibe.
Rank #1: 229 – Michael Crooks of DVF – Psychology and Immersive Experiences.
Live audience event at Spring Place on experiential marketing in fashion, psychology, and the need for an industry to evolve...Michael Crooks Senior Director of Global Relational Marketing for DVF (a global luxury fashion brand celebrated for its bold and creative approach to color and print, and admired for its sensual femininity) joins Pavan Bahl, Rob Sanchez, Marc Raco and guest host Rohan Deuskar (CEO of Stylitics) in front of a live audience at Spring Place in New York City. MouthMedia Network is powered by Sennheiser. In this episode: Crooks shares how the range of technology and innovation has to be integrated in the right environment in an organic way that makes sense, which is a lot harder than it sounds Customer analytics, behavioral clienteling (establishing long-term relationships with key customers based on data about their preferences, behaviors and purchase) in-store and online, and the training that brings that together Precognition—when the brain knows what you’re dong before you cognitively know How Crooks learned a lot of scientific method in education, and decided not to be a therapist, Activations celebrating International Women’s Day – original envisioned as panels around empowerment, and a pop up in san Francisco, partnering with Levis and Google, personalized experience “in charge” of VIP experience, using data of people in the area Getting locations to create their own regional events that are regionalized using the same template Putting together a training clienteling manual, modifying how to listen for root values, and how to ask for open questions, the right way to do data capture and use analytics Making events cohesive, making advancements on personalization and tech, four installations on site Partnering with Microsoft for a bespoke interface, to personalize a t-shirt, beanie or tote bag for #INCHARGE Samsung mixed-reality headsets, with a presentation of a fashion show like a see-now-buy now enhanced reality Custom video booth to tell what it felt like for a woman to say what it feels like to be “in charge”, and a custom photo booth to emulate the famous Diane von Furstenberg cube photo And audio of a panel playing out onto the street How stimulating different senses impacts you psychologically, creating immersion by a combo of a variety of sense stimulation Fashion is in such a state of change it is forcing action, evolution is necessary for any company to survive Avoiding problems, when tech doesn’t work it ruins the experience, worse than status quo Always organizing to core values as a brand, and then what elements will organically enhance the experience, reactive model might not work unless you think through the balance of all the elements How the company think sabout at employee and people coming in contact with consumers Overcoming language barriers, and how data capture helps communications Off the Grid Questions cover super villain powers, “mindcasting” other people, what’s Crooks and what’s performative, MMA, and music
Rank #2: 205 – Ben Cooper of IoClothes – A New Era of Fashion Tech.
Bridging the gap between technology and the footwear, apparel & textile industries... Ben Cooper, Founder/Managing Director of IoClothes (helping companies deliver breakthrough innovation) discusses Wear Conference, wearable technology, and the spurring the intersection of fashion and technology. Recorded at the 2017 Wear Conference in San Francisco, CA. Powered by Sennheiser. Footwear in the army, bridging a gap, and the holy grail of data Cooper talks about his past as an athlete, physics, biomechanics, improving human performance, led footwear program for the US Army, exited from a tech company, led research and testing for VF Global Innovation Center, explored wearables, what’s lagging in the wearable space, bridging the gap between fashion apparel footwear industry and tech industry and ushering in a new era. Pursuing a model that opens up a platform, and having the same ability to impact companies regardless of size recognition. The holy grail of data, why data should be about adding more value, and the need more attempts for more data. Igniting creativity, facilitating the future, and bringing people together Io Clothes launching a beta, hoping to find value in interactions, a massive tech transfer department vs. handshake deals, and being meant to ignite creativity and collaboration. Being passionate about what can come on the other side, and how Io Clothes is a clearing house for consultants. Cooper doing the best he can to facilitate the future he wants to see. Bringing all these people together, like 99 Designs or Fiverr for the creative side. How answers are out there and one just needs to bring it together. Fishing, reflecting, and crushing goals Personal questions cover retreating with fishing, why second place mattered, the gift of a sleeping bag, taking time to reflect, and the clock doesn’t lie, reinventing and crushing goals. Hear more shows at MouthMediaNetwork.com .
In a new season of our entrepreneurship podcast series, we hear from six of fashion’s most dynamic sustainable entrepreneurs — including Allbirds’ Tim Brown, Eileen Fisher, Everlane’s Michael Preysman, Ganni’s CEO and the ex-design director of Supreme — to hear what it really takes to make a successful business sustainable.
Rank #1: José Neves on Building Farfetch.
Welcome to Episode 1 of Drive, BoF’s new podcast series featuring fashion’s most dynamic entrepreneurs discussing the special kind of resilience it takes to build a global fashion business, delivered by DHL. In episode 1, Imran Amed sits down with Farfetch founder, José Neves, who shares his inspiring entrepreneurial journey — through the ups and downs of building a team, raising funding and staying afloat — of creating a truly disruptive fashion phenomenon. To sign up to the Daily Digest newsletter click the link here: http://bit.ly/BoFnews For a limited time only we are offering our podcast listeners an exclusive 25% discount on an annual BoF Professional Member. To get 25% off your first year of an annual membership click the link here: http://bit.ly/2KoRRBH, select the annual package and then enter the invitation code PODCASTPRO at checkout. To contact The Business of Fashion with comments, questions, or speaker ideas please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. For all sponsorship enquiries, please e-mail email@example.com.
Rank #2: Diane von Furstenberg on Building a Business in a Man’s World.
In Episode 2 of BoF’s new podcast series Drive, delivered by DHL, the entrepreneur shares the highs and the lows of her forty-five-year career, and how she used factory scraps to create the first iconic wrap dress while pregnant, delivered by DHL. To sign up to the Daily Digest newsletter click the link here: http://bit.ly/BoFnews For a limited time only we are offering our podcast listeners an exclusive 25% discount on an annual BoF Professional Member. To get 25% off your first year of an annual membership click the link here: http://bit.ly/2KoRRBH, select the annual package and then enter the invitation code PODCASTPRO at checkout. To contact The Business of Fashion with comments, questions, or speaker ideas please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. For all sponsorship enquiries, please e-mail email@example.com.
UnStyled is a weekly podcast hosted by Refinery29 Global Editor-in-Chief & Co-founder, Christene Barberich, that explores the funny, inspiring, sometimes heartbreaking tales of life, work, and love—as told through the things that we wear. Guests this season include Shailene Woodley, E. Jean Carroll, Samantha Bee, and more. For more UnStyled extras check out @christenebarberich and sign up for our exclusive UnStyled newsletter delivered straight to your inbox every week. Thanks for tuning in!
Rank #1: Sophia Bush on (finally) rewriting the rules of your own life.
Sophia Bush was thrust into the spotlight barely in her 20s when she joined the cast of the TV drama One Tree Hill. Having recently walked away from her powerhouse leading role on Chicago PD, she's now stepping into a new one: A production and development deal with 20th Century Fox AND her power as a bold voice and activist for women, reproductive rights, sexual assault, and other critical issues like speaking out against trolls and making social media a safer place to engage and express opinion while driving change in a big way...something Sophia Bush was born to do.
Rank #2: Jenny Slate on not allowing relationships to define you.
From beloved, unconventional, often hilarious roles as "Marcel the Shell," Mona Lisa Saperstein on "Parks & Recreation," or Donna Stern in the indie hit, "Obvious Child," actor, writer, and comedian Jenny Slate can definitely make you think as much as she makes us laugh. Tune in to this week’s episode of UnStyled where Jenny shares a different side of the funny woman we've seen before—from breakups that have shaped her, her exit from SNL, her writing (she has a new collection of essays hitting in the fall), and the critical way she's learning to "hold on" and thrive through it all.
With over 7 billion people in the world, we all have one thing in common. Every day we all get dressed. Join Dressed as we explore the social and cultural histories behind the who, what, when of why we wear.
Rank #1: Freeing the Body: The Birth of Modern Dress.
This week we explore the birth of modern dress, a revolution in fact, that occurred during a period in the early 20th century when women radically altered the way they had been dressing for centuries. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Rank #2: When Fashion Kills, an interview with Dr. Alison Matthews David.
Sometimes fashion can kill--literally. From combustible crinolines to strangling scarves, this week we explore fashion's deadly history with Dr. Alison Matthews David, author of the book Fashion Victims: The Dangers of Dress Past and Present. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
A ten minute digest from author, humorist and creator of Man Repeller, Leandra Medine. New shows published weekly.
Rank #1: Ep 28: Relationships.
This week's episode of Monocycle features a very special guest: Leandra's husband, Abie. The two cover a range of topics inspired by their four years of marriage, like learning how to live with a partner and the importance of forfeiting selfishness in favor of sacrifice). Abie's sleeping habits are also discussed; he cites "an inability to nap as freely" as one of the hardest parts of marriage. Free naps on us after this episode, okay? Enjoy!In partnership with Zola. Logo by Kelly Shami - legsny.com/Edited by Nicholas Quazzy Alexander
Rank #2: Ep 60: A Conversation With Lena Dunham.
This week's episode of Monocycle is more like an episode of Bicycle because there are two stakeholders (wheels?) present in the conversation: myself and Lena Dunham. When I set out to interview her, I had a fairly strong sense of what we might talk about, like the evolution of Lenny Letter, life after Girls, New York vs. Los Angeles. What unfolded was a genuinely organic conversation about life, failing and succeeding and how similar they are, self esteem, family and love. While listening back to this episode, I realized it sounds less like a podcast recording and more like an intimate conversation, which, to me, is really the goal of an interview.I very much hope you enjoy the structure as we plan to continue rolling out various interviews over the course of the next couple of months.As always, any and all feedback is welcome, so sock it to me in the comment depository below.Happy birthday, btw!!! (What? It could be...)
Pardon My French is a podcast hosted by Garance Doré, founder of the eponymous website, author of the New York Times best-selling book Love Style Life, and CFDA award winning writer, illustrator and photographer. Grounded in her love for fashion, creativity and self-expression, here she shares stories and her point-of-view on everyday subjects with her guests, in a relaxed and open conversation. In everything she does, Garance brings a French eye (and accent), with an unabashed sense of humor and authenticity that has made her known around the world. Garance’s readers are her friends, and now her listeners will be too. New episodes released every Monday.
Rank #1: Alisa Vitti: Reclaiming Our Hormonal Destiny.
Today Garance sits down with Alisa Vitti, hormone expert, functional nutritionist, founder of Flo Living and author of WomanCode: Perfect Your Cycle, Amplify Your Fertility, Supercharge Your Sex Drive, and Become a Power Source. The two of them discuss how vital our hormonal health is and how it can impact every aspect of our lives, from fertility to creative energy and so much more. You won’t want to miss it! Pardon My French is released every Monday on iTunes.
Rank #2: Pocket PMF: Introvert vs. Extrovert.
Today Garance is chatting with Veronica and Vanessa in NYC and Carie who is calling in from LA, to talk about life as an introvert versus an extrovert. The ladies discuss their respective identities, dating people who fall into the same categories, and how you identify can evolve as you age and get to know yourself. Pardon My French is published every Monday on iTunes.
In this first podcast from Man Repeller, Filmmaker Jay Buim sits down with women in the arts, tech and beyond for one on one conversations about their life and work.Logo by Kelly Shami, http://legsny.com.
Rank #1: 004 - Stacy London - Style/Fashion Consultant, Author of "The Truth About Style".
Special Edition! This week Leandra Medine interviews Stacy London, former Vogue editor, television veteran (What Not to Wear), author of The Truth About Style, boob tape extraordinaire and over-achieving 20th century philosophy double major who has never watched an episode of Sex and the City. They talk the psychology of fashion, dating in New York, and how to get the most from a bag of style hacks. Want the video version? Check it out here: http://www.manrepeller.com/2015/08/stacy-london-interview-the-chatroom.htmlEdited by Jay BuimProduced by Kate Barnett
Rank #2: 036 - Sally Singer - Digital Creative Director at Vogue.com.
In this episode of Oh Boy, Leandra takes the mic from the show's regular host, Jay Buim, to interview Sally Singer, the Digital Creative Director at Vogue.com. They talk about the exciting, changing landscape that the internet has offered the fashion industry, how Singer got started, and the importance of story telling.Enjoy!In partnership with Newsette.Want more Sally? @voguemagazineWant more Jay? @beardwizardEdited by Jay BuimProduced by Kate Barnett
Empower yourself financially. Successful women executives, workplace pioneers, self-made entrepreneurs, industry trendsetters and money-savvy experts reveal insights on how to get ahead, reach your goals, and achieve professional success. They join host Veronica Dagher every Tuesday.
Rank #1: 'Badass' Jen Sincero: Schooling Yourself to Success .
Before Jen Sincero became a success coach and best-selling author of the "You Are a Badass" book series, she struggled to make ends meet as a freelance writer. She tells the Wall Street Journal's Veronica Dagher why awareness is the key to transformation, and how women can build the confidence to meet their financial goals.
Rank #2: Money Secrets With Millennial Experts .
In a special panel discussion, Danielle Town, Erin Lowry, Jamila Souffrant, Stefanie O'Connell and Darla Mercado join the Wall Street Journal's Veronica Dagher to discuss how millennials can take control of their money and make it grow.
Fashion Revolution Podcast explores the hidden stories behind the clothing we wear. Through interviews and investigations, Fashion Revolution explores the intersection of sustainability, ethics and transparency in the fashion industry. International fashion journalist Tamsin Blanchard speaks to researchers, supply chain experts, garment workers, politicians and activists. Each episode takes you deep into fashion's social and environmental problems but leaves you with practical actions to help make a positive difference.
Rank #1: Who Made My Clothes: Working Together Towards Change.
This final episode in the 3-part series from Fashion Revolution: “Who Made My Clothes?” explores the practical ways that local, national and international players can help bring about justice for garment workers globally. Tamsin speaks to the co-founders of Fashion Revolution, Member of European Parliament Linda McAvan, and Jenny Holdcroft, the Deputy Secretary General of IndustriALL Global Union, to learn how positive change can happen from all angles; from workers themselves, from governments around the world, and from brands and consumers. Find out how you can get involved in Fashion Revolution and how to make your voice heard in the movement towards a cleaner, safer, fairer and more transparent fashion industry. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rank #2: Who Made My Clothes: Garment Workers' Voices.
The first episode in the 3-part podcast series from Fashion Revolution - “Who Made My Clothes?” asks us to consider the stories behind what we wear, and introduces an ambitious research project that collects data from garment workers around the world. Tamsin Blanchard talks to Fashion Revolution’s Head of Policy Sarah Ditty, Dr Mark Anner, Penn State professor and Director of the Center for Global Workers’ Rights, Ethical Trading Initiative’s Debbie Coulter and Kalpona Akter, former child garment worker and Bangladeshi union activist, to examine garment worker’s collective voice in affecting change, the obstacles that make unionisation a challenge, and the progress being made. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy