Rank #1: Ep6: Kevin Kwan & Amy Odell
Sep 23 2015
Rank #2: Ep5: Ryan Roche, Ariel & Shimon Ovadia, Rosie Assoulin, Kelly Bensimon
Jun 01 2015
Rank #3: Ep4: Kadee Strickland, Big Five Stories, DKNY PR Girl Aliza Licht
Apr 28 2015
Unbuttoned podcast by Yahoo Style editors and Joe Zee. We're just not talking fashion, we're talking style.
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Welcome to Glamour magazine's first-ever mini-podcast series, What I Wore When.... In it, you'll hear designers and Glamour editors share the poignant, empowering, and often funny narratives behind the outfits they wore during a pivotal life moment. These are stories about the power of style and the brave, bold women who express it.
Rank #1: I Got Divorced .
Many women dream of what they'll wear at their wedding—most never conceive of what they'll wear for their divorce. In this mini podcast, Glamour's senior online fashion editor shares the story of the outfit she wore to feel empowered and strong during her heart-wrenching divorce.
Rank #2: I Got Married (Cynthia Rowley).
Designer Cynthia Rowley waited until the day before leaving for her nuptials to make her wedding dress. Refusing to overthink what she wore—or anything else about her big day—paid off in the most unexpected way.
Abby, Evan and Katie talk runway, magazines, designers, movies, art - all things fashion and how much it can drive us nuts.
Rank #1: FASHION HAGS Episode 76: Why Do All Ethical Brands Look The Same?.
We delve into the aesthetics of "ethical" fashion brands and how they make shapeless sacks and then charge $400 for them. We also highlight the underlying (and often subconscious) ways that racism can permeate how these brands market themselves. FUN TIMES!
Rank #2: FASHION HAGS Episode 81: Fashion School Reflections.
It's always fun to look back at school and talk about the good times, the bad times, the stress, the rewards, the blood, sweat, and tears, and how we could all do so much better now with the gift of hindsight.
Former vintage store owner Lisa Rowan and fashion stylist Kaarin Vembar discuss fashion news, pop culture, and questions about business and creativity.
Rank #1: Just Flippin’ Through This Holiday Catalog.
Guess what?! The days of going to the strip club on the company dime are over! At least, they are for one athletic brand. Meanwhile, there’s a new discrimination complaint against Nike. Ballet dancers now have more shoe color options, and Balmain is going to do couture again. We’ve got an update on cruelty free cosmetics, a wild story of handbag authentication gone wrong, and some musings on holiday catalogs. Come hang out! Pop Fashion Links Website: www.popfashionpodcast.com Instagram: @popfashionpodcast Twitter: @JustPopFashion Lisa’s Links Twitter: www.twitter.com/lisatella Website: www.lisarowan.com Kaarin’s Links Twitter: www.twitter.com/truetostyle Website: www.truetostyle.com
Rank #2: 208: London Fashion Week, Guess & Lululemon, Olympic Laundry.
London Fashion Week, Guess & Lululemon, Olympic Laundry Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! We discuss London Fashion Week news from the Queen's appearance to anti-fur protests to Burberry's rainbow runway. We update you on the scandals rocking Guess and Lululemon and share the Boston Globe's investigation into sexual harassment against models. Laundry at the Olympics! Goodbye Gap Inc. CEO! Ulta got accused of selling repackaged products! We have so much to talk about this week. Come hang out! Pop Fashion Links Website: www.popfashionpodcast.com Instagram: @popfashionpodcast Twitter: @JustPopFashion Lisa’s Links Twitter: www.twitter.com/lisatella Website: www.lisarowan.com Kaarin’s Links Twitter: www.twitter.com/truetostyle Website: www.truetostyle.com
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Rank #1: Episode 24: Creating A Career On Campus & Educating Students Beyond The Classroom With CollegeFashionista’s Amy Levin.
It’s time to get schooled (literally) with an all new episode of Fashion Friends. This week my guest CollegeFashionista founder Amy Levin joins me for some stylish topics of conversation. You ready for this? I met Amy about four years ago at an event here in Chicago. She was in-between New York an LA (although she is from the suburb next to where I grew up). We were introduced by a mutual friend and I’ve seriously enjoyed watching her grow her company to what it is today. Amy started her website, CollegeFashionista, while at Indiana University as a way to share street style on campus…and it wasn’t long before she grew that concept to several other universities across the country. What’s unique about her story is that her core business plan has been the same since day one — she knew what she wanted and she went for it…and is still KILLING IT. But I don’t want to give too much away. You’ll have to tune in to get her full story! First we’ll be discussing some hot topics, like do you even need a blog anymore to become a successful influencer? We both weigh in…and have slightly different views. Be sure to let me know what you think about this subject in the comments. We also talk about the Daily Front Row Fashion Los Angeles Awards (which I’m sure you’ve never heard of…because neither did we) but with the number of A-Listers that showed up to this (along with some surprising winners) we had to chat about it. Now I already gave away a little bit about Amy but in this episode you’ll find out how she came up with the idea for CollegeFashionista (and turned it into her full-time career), what it’s like to be out of the college game but still be immersed it in everyday, as well as tips for those who have that entrepreneurial spirit and are thinking about going for it. CollegeFashionista also just started a podcast so we’ll be talking about that as well! You can listen below or on iTunes. Why don’t you subscribe while you’re there? If you’re feeling me, leave a review on iTunes and / or a comment below. SHOW NOTES: You Don’t Need A Blog Anymore to Become a Successful ‘Influencer’ Maura Brannigan on Fashion Friends Social Media Strategy Daily Front Row Fashion Los Angeles Awards CollegeFashionista Style Guru Office Hours Podcast @amy.levin Images via Amy, Elle & Instagram. Episode edited by Colleen Pellissier of Dog. a podcast. The post Episode 24: Creating A Career On Campus & Educating Students Beyond The Classroom With CollegeFashionista’s Amy Levin appeared first on ChiCityFashion.
Rank #2: Episode 23: Wrapping Up Fashion Month + Running A Fashion Brand / Family Business With Jen Worman.
You know those people who just do it all and somehow manage to do it all so well? That’s exactly how I feel about this week’s Fashion Friend — Red Soles and Red Wine blogger / t+j Designs CEO, Jen Worman. I’ve known Jen for for a while now, just from being on the blogging scene in Chicago. But what’s so intriguing about her is that she does so much more than run a successful blog. She even runs a second blog with her sister, who also happens to be her business partner in t+j Designs (which you’ll just have to learn more about in this week’s episode!) On top of all this, she’s also created an e-book with her sister on how to get Instagram followers (in an authentic way…very important, friends). Now you may wonder, how does she do it all? How does she find balance? Those were the questions I was asking and you’ll be pleasantly surprised how she responds to this. Jen has a really interesting story as she wasn’t always in fashion. She just set her mind to something, did it, and is doing it SO DAMN WELL (and is the type of girl who isn’t going to settle…it’s only going to get better from here!) In this week’s episode, you’ll learn more about how Jen got into the fashion business, what it’s like to run a company with her sister (as well as her parents!) and of course some advice for those who might want to run their own fashion brand one day. BUT we’ll be kicking things off by wrapping up fashion month and discussing two very important shows from Paris Fashion Week (one sparking the conversation of yet another round of fashion musical chairs). Tune in below / on iTunes. Be sure to subscribe to Fashion Friends on iTunes, so you’ll be the first to know about new episodes. And if you’re digging this episode (or any other) leave a review on iTunes and / or a comment here! SHOW NOTES: Lanvin Fall 2016 Bouchra Jarrar Saint Laurent Fall 2016 Balmain Fall 2009 t + j Designs Poshmark Red Soles and Red Wine Tiff and Jen E-Book Images via Jen Worman, t+j and Vogue Runway The post Episode 23: Wrapping Up Fashion Month + Running A Fashion Brand / Family Business With Jen Worman appeared first on ChiCityFashion.
Enter the world of Vogue Australia - listen to monthly episodes of interviews with designers, models, fashion identities and more.
Rank #1: 005 : Vogue tackles : how to pronounce fashion designer names and labels.
Admit it, it can be tricky. Whether it’s Miu Miu or Balmain, Ann Demeulemeester or Vetements, Jacquemus or Ralph Lauren, Vogue is here to decipher it, A to Z.
Rank #2: 004 : Australian model Charlee Fraser : model myths and truths.
Model Charlee Fraser is on the rise, walking the runways of Chanel, Prada and more. She spoke to Vogue to dispel or confirm myths about the modelling life including beauty, fitness, diversity and what it was like shooting for Vogue at a music festival.
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: 016 - Emily Weiss - Founder of Into the Gloss & Glossier.
Get to know the woman behind Glossier and Into The Gloss. Founder Emily Weiss talks to Oh Boy host Jay Buim about the business skills she culled while working in the magazine industry, what being a Vogue stylist's assistant taught her, how she learned to be good collaborator, why Ikea may actually strengthen your relationships (at least the work ones) and of course, where the whole idea of Into The Gloss -- and later Glossier -- started.Want more Emily? @emilywweissWant more Jay? @beardwizardEdited by Jay BuimProduced by Kate Barnett
Rank #2: 019 - Alexa Chung - Style Icon, TV Personality & Co-Founder and Creative Director of Villoid.
In this week's extra special episode of Oh Boy (which is the extended audio version of an upcoming Chatroom episode), Alexa Chung chats with Leandra about her app, Villoid, getting dressed in cold weather, why splitting hairs may be the secret to winter hair and how to remedy the feeling of finding zero inspiration in your own closet.Want more Alexa? @alexachungWant more Jay? @beardwizardEdited by Jay BuimProduced by Kate Barnett"Covert Affair" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
American Fashion Podcast is the fashion show for fashion people, diving deep into the designing, making, and selling of garments and accessories through long-form interviews with people at all levels and in all corners of the business, with an emphasis on sustainability and innovation. Hosted by Charles Beckwith and Cathy Schepis.
Rank #1: 185 – About Charles James, with Michele Gerber Klein.
Michele Gerber Klein is a philanthropist and the president of legacy clothing brand Joan Vass. She recently published an extensive new biography, Charles James: Portrait of An Unreasonable Man. It is the first full biographical work on Charles James, one of the most influential designers of the 20th Century. This interview with the biographer explores how the book came about and touches on several key periods of the designer’s life, as well as his major influences. purchase Portrait of An Unreasonable Man on Amazon
Rank #2: 089 – Zero Waste Fashion For The Gold.
Lisa Koenigsberg, Timo Rissanen, Daniel Silverstein, and Tabitha St. Bernard are in the studio. Lisa Koenigsberg is the president of Initiatives In Art and Culture, which produces several conferences around the fashion and luxury goods industries, and has one coming up on gold. Timo, Daniel, and Tabitha are zero waste fashion designers, and educators in that field. zero waste highlights: “If I may be so bold as to reduce this to a very simple concept: if you want to be a zero-waste designer, stop throwing things away. You might not have the solution when you start the journey, but if you stop and intercept the issue, which is waste, you an always accumulate a critical mass of your leftovers until the point where they reveal a solution to you.” – Daniel Silverstein (17:12) “There’s very few items in our lives in America that we pay the real price for.” – Timo Rissanen (39:49) “I think the system is desperate and broken, that we require everyone to run out and fight each other to learn the most, elbow and shove and push to get to the top, and when you get there there is nothing to be had.” – Daniel Silverstein (52:24) “But then, I’m so curious, how is H&M making any money? Because if people didn’t get paid to make it, and you can’t make a living working in the store, who’s opening stores?” – Daniel Silverstein (54:29) “I would say that I make clothes that are visually dynamic, and that are comfortable, and that are incredibly versatile. I take great pride in the fact that the women who buy my clothing, they wear it constantly. I just got an email from one of my customers and she told me she had a baby about a year ago, and she bought my dress a couple years ago, and she was able to sort of adjust it to fit over her belly. So, that makes me really happy. That’s how I view my clothing. I want my clothing to have a long life. I want it to live a long time in people’s wardrobes. I want them to have a relationship with it. I want them to grow old with it.” – Tabitha St. Bernard (56:36) references: Dosa The True Cost (documentary) Driving Fashion Forward with Amber Valletta (video) Everlane Italy’s Fashion Chamber Rejects Immediacy (BoF) Diamonds Unleashed by Kara Ross Yeohlee
MODTV® Fashion Video Podcast takes you backstage at fashion week in New York, Milan and Paris with the world's top models, fashion designers, beauty pros and celebrities. Created by Karen Morrison, Executive Producer & Director MODTV. For more information write us at email@example.com or visit our website MOD-TV.COM
Rank #1: Victoria's Secret Swim Supermodels Alessandra Ambrosio, Adrina Lima.
The sexiest supermodels of Victoria's Secret take us behind the scenes of the Swim catalog shoot featuring Alessandra Ambrosio, Adriana Lima and Candice Swanepoel.
Rank #2: Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2011 Supermodels Adriana Lima, Alessandro Ambrosio Backstage.
MODTV goes backstage at Victoria's Secret Fashion show 2011 with Alessandra Ambrosio, Adriana Lima, Karlie Kloss, Chanel Iman for a preview of the sexiest night on television. Be sure to wathc the VS Fashion Show on Tuesday, November 29th at 10PM EST on CBS.
"4 P.M. at Fashionista" is the first podcast from Fashionista.com, a news site covering the personalities, companies, events and trends that shape the fashion universe. We chronicle the fashion trail from the runway to the first Canal Street knockoffs, while dishing the latest in supermodel gossip and finding the hottest new designers.Fashionista is published by Breaking Media, a network of next-generation digital publications targeting young and influential professionals.
Rank #1: Episode 3: The Thirst Is Real in the Coachella Desert.
Editor-In-Chief Alyssa Vingan Klein, Deputy Editor Tyler McCall and Senior Editor Maura Brannigan are breaking down what happened during the first weekend of Coachella 2017 — the good, the bad, and the thirsty.Follow Fashionista:Website: fashionista.com/Twitter: www.twitter.com/Fashionista_comInstagram: www.instagram.com/fashionista_com/Follow The Hosts:Alyssa: www.twitter.com/alyssavinganTyler: www.twitter.com/eiffeltylerMaura: www.twitter.com/maura_branniganIntro Music by The Hell Yeah Babies: www.thehellyeahbabies.com/Indie GoGo: www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-hel…pop-music-rock#/Produced by Jay Carter: twitter.com/_JelaniCarter
Rank #2: Episode 4: Sexy Rei Kawakubos Take Over the Met Gala Recap.
Editor-In-Chief Alyssa Vingan Klein, Deputy Editor Tyler McCall, Senior Editor Maura Brannigan and Social Media Manager Chloe Hall are discussing all the highlights — and lowlights — from the 2017 Met Gala.Follow Fashionista:Website: fashionista.com/Twitter: www.twitter.com/Fashionista_comInstagram: www.instagram.com/fashionista_com/Follow The Hosts:Alyssa: www.twitter.com/alyssavinganTyler: www.twitter.com/eiffeltylerMaura: www.twitter.com/maura_branniganChloe: https://twitter.com/chloehallIntro Music by The Hell Yeah Babies: www.thehellyeahbabies.com/Produced by Jay Carter: twitter.com/_JelaniCarter
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: Marc Jacobs.
Starting today, tune into a new installment of the Vogue podcast dedicated to the Met Gala, from now until the party of the year on May 2. Each week, we’ll consider different perspectives from a variety of guests, including Andrew Bolton, curator of the exhibition “Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology”; Andrew Rossi, director of the documentary The First Monday in May; and more. To kick things off, we turned to perennial Met Gala attendee Marc Jacobs. Here, the designer discusses everything from dressing Cher to the dress code, including the year Anna Wintour wanted it “more clubby and young.” For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Fashion 411 is the world's FIRST fashion podcast! The show examines the fashion and beauty of Hollywood through industry insider perspective. Hosts provide beauty news and tips, cover Hollywood award shows and specials, weigh in on industry trends, and discuss the hottest fashion around the globe. And don't worry, you need not be an expert in fashion to listen – just simply have a passion for it.
Rank #1: Leontine Abdullah Talks The Met Gala and More Fashion News | BHL’s Fashion 411.
BHL: Fashion 411 -- In this episode Black Hollywood Live hosts and guest Okera Banks discuss fashion for the week of May 3rd, 2016. This 2016 Met Gala focused special edition of Fashion 411, our hosts welcome Celebrity Designer Leontine Abdullah to break down the Haute-ness or Haute Mess that was the red carpet. Also featured on Style Scoop are Saint Heron, Orange Is The New Black getting a makeover, Madame CJ Walker and more! All this and more on Fashion 411!
Rank #2: The Khloe K Fashion Controversy, & Nikki Minaj not Engaged?! & More Fashion News | BHL’s Fashion 411.
BHL: Fashion 411 -- In this episode Black Hollywood Live hosts Diona Vaughan, Courtney Stewart and Val Kahl discuss fashion for the week of May 29th, 2015. They open up with the 'Le Chaud' segment featuring Khloe Kardashian's Dubai Fashion Scandal, Nicki Minaj's engagement status, and Zoe Kravitz dating Yasiin Bey! They then discuss this week's "OOTW - Outfit of the Week": The Summer White Dress In Cannes! Next up is the "Beauty Beat" where they discuss contouring and how to dress your face! Then they get into "Style Scoop" with news on the new "IT" bag, a new innovative face of Roberto Cavalli, and the Black Dandy Queens! Moving forward into "Haute/Haute Mess" where they decide who's Hot, and who's not. This week, on the chopping black are Zendaya Coleman, Beyonce, and Joan Smalls. Moving on, to wrap things up with a "Style Watch" on Instagram fashion guru @skinnyhipster! All this and more on this week's Fashion 411!
The Seams is a podcast and occasional NPR series about fashion as history, culture, business, and art. Clothing is our common thread; in every stitch, a story.
Rank #1: Ep. 15: Irish Spinners and Weavers: Cottage to Contemporary.
The modern Irish Republic celebrates its first 100 years 2016. What better time to to hear from the first Irish female ambassador to Washington. Plus, a Donegal Tweed handspinner, a Connemara wedding designer & an Irishwoman whose knitting needles stared a national business in America.Music used in this episode:Atlan - The Cat That Ate the CandleSlainte - Kesh Jig, Leitrim FancyThe Poozies - Crooked Road to DublinThe Poozies - Mr. GrapesNiamh Parsons - Katie CampellMeisce - Sean Reilly live at KEXPWrite us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for listening!The Seams is produced by Katie McAuliffe. Our show is edited by Kitty Eisele with production help from Ramona Martinez, Elaine Heinzman and Georgi Goldstein.
Rank #2: Ep. 14: Veterans and Mercenaries, Helmets and Camo.
In honor of Veterans Day, we hear about the style signatures of a modern mercenary, Airborne Ranger, and D.C. alpha male; talk camouflage sports uniforms with ESPN's Paul Lukas; and get war stories from war reporters, whose memories have been turned into works of art.Our theme song, "Fortune Cookie," is by Los Straitjackets from their album The Further Adventures of Los Straitjackets and is used on The Seams with permission from the band: bit.ly/1IbUNth.Music used in this episode: "My Life Extra," DJ Technics, amzn.to/20JKjfD;"Paper Moon," David Schulman, bit.ly/1kmNFVo;"Miss You," Trentemøller, bit.ly/1AST5fF;"Masquerade Suite," Neeme Järvi and Scottish National Orchestra, amzn.to/1M3Q14m;"The Planets Op. 32: Mars, Bringer of War," James Levine and Chicago Symphony Orchestra," amzn.to/1lizpNI;"Blood Bitch," Cocteau Twins, amzn.to/1RLbHnv;"Take It As It Come (Afrodisiac Soundsystem Remix)," Sugarman 3 & Co. featuring Charles Bradley, bit.ly/1kmOEVM;"March: Semper Fidelis," U.S. Marine Band, bit.ly/1RLc8yc;"Infogee's Cakewalk," Vijay Iyer, amzn.to/1MxA9sv.Write us at email@example.com. Thanks for listening!Producer: Elaine Heinzman. Editor: Marcus Rosenbaum. Intern: Georgi Goldstein.
Stunning insights into New York City’s fashion world. Monthly behind the scenes videos with up and coming Designers as well as weekly shots of contemporary New York City Street Style outfits.
Rank #1: Streetstyle New York: Dress of the week #45 - Joanne Lee Paul.
The devil wears Francesca's Collection - Prada is out! Joanne Lee Paul was dressed from head to toe in Francesca. She really hit it off when we saw her. Not only were the clothes adorable but also the color combination blue and orange looked outstanding on her. Thumbs up for your amazing streetstyle Joanne!
Rank #2: Streetstyle New York: Dress of the week #28 - Britney Salley.
Britney Salley grabbed our attention instantly due to the combinition of her sporty Nike sneakers with the fur vest and matching accessories.
A self-made thousandaire in pursuit of sartorial stealth and effective living.
Rank #1: Episode N.37: Watch Snobs, Dressing with Dignity and Gene Wilder's Willy Wonka.
In this episode, I respond to some readers' reactions to an article about an affordable automatic tool watch that resembles similar watches on the luxury spectrum. I also share a few anecdotes about how dressing with a sense of occasion served me very well. The last segment is about what Gene Wilder's performance as Willy Wonka meant to me as a young boy.Featured Music: "Wonkavator/End Title (Pure Imagination)" Buy on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/willy-wonka-chocolate-factory/id1087154102
Rank #2: Episode 27: The Power Of A Suit.
My friend Baylen sent me a short but fascinating article in The Atlantic about the power of wearing a suit. The piece explores recent research about the psychological effect of "formal" clothing, both on the wearer and on those around him. In this episode of the podcast, I talk about how the article articulated and validated much of my own personal experience with these effects. When I made a decision in my late thirties to start regularly representing myself in suits (both for work and social occasions), things changed - and all for the better. The operative word? Empowerment.
Welcome to your digital version of grabbing coffee with a good friend. In this podcast, Hilary Walker leads conversations with the guests of her blog on topics such as creative work, personal style, daily habits, work/life balance, girlboss-ness, momboss-ness and generally all the cool lady stuff we’re eager to learn from each other. Tune in bi-weekly for new episodes, including personal musings from Hilary on life as a freelance prop stylist, wife and mother. And visit ourstylestories.com for the photographic stories that accompany each episode.
Rank #1: Pursuing Your Passion as a Side Project & Discovering Your Personal Style with Greg and Chantal Hickman.
Greg and Chantal sat down with me to chat about how they pursue their passions outside of their day jobs, how they shop for vintage furniture, and what the process of discovering their own personal style has looked like.
Rank #2: Diamond Mahone: Dressing Courageously and Maintaining Authenticity.
In Wednesday's blog post you met Diamond Mahone, the fashion blogger behind Diamond Janae, and got a glimpse of her enviable and bold style. Today we're going to dive a little deeper into her story on the podcast. Diamond has some wonderful insights to share around courage, boldness, and maintaining authenticity in your work. Her early interest in fashion and later education in fashion marketing and management have helped Diamond hone a unique personal aesthetic. Through publishing her own blog, Diamond has also learned the valuable lesson of staying true to yourself and identifying what it is that sets you apart. Listen below or tune in on your smart phone through iTunes. [powerpress] Podcast reference links: Ten Over Six Self Service Magazine Tank Magazine Maker Magazine The Gentlewoman DiamondJanae.com