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7 of the Best Fashion Podcasts you can Listen to Now

For anyone craving a dose of fashion news, controversy, and maybe a little gossip, fashion podcasts came to the rescue. They offer a captivating and entertaining way to learn about the latest trends, news, and insights from the fashion industry. They allow listeners to stay up-to-date with the latest fashion news and developments, learn about the history of fashion, and gain insight into the creative process behind fashion design. 

Inspiring and fun, in this list of the top seven fashion podcasts you’ll find interviews with fashion designers, models, stylists, and other industry insiders who share their experiences and views on fashion. Whether you’re interested in the history of clothing, fashion ethics, sustainability, body positivity, or feminism, or you want to get an insight into your favorite designer’s processes, these are the best fashion podcasts to guarantee that you’ll always be in vogue.

“The Business of Fashion”


Founder and CEO of The Business of Fashion, Imran Amed, hosts this podcast, which features interviews with fashion creatives, executives, and entrepreneurs and covers topics ranging from business strategy to cultural issues. Amed’s podcast is available on various platforms such as Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and Stitcher. You can also listen to it on The Business of Fashion website at www.businessoffashion.com/podcasts.

“Wardrobe Crisis”


Hosted by fashion journalist Clare Press, this podcast focuses on sustainability in the fashion industry, ethical fashion, and making a difference in the world. In this podcast, you’ll find weekly interviews with designers, artists, scientists, activists, and experts in the field who are shaping the future of fashion. This series is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and Stitcher. You can also listen to it on the “Wardrobe Crisis” website at www.clarepress.com/podcasts.

“The Cutting Room Floor”

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Fashion designer Recho Omondi hosts this podcast where she offers insights into the industry through interviews with designers, fashion photographers, and business experts. Recho Omondi is also the founder of her eponymous brand, Omondi and she is known for her innovative womenswear designs and her outspokenness about issues related to race, gender, and inclusivity in the fashion industry. Omondi’s podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and Stitcher. You can also listen to it on The Cutting Room Floor website at www.thecuttingroomfloorpodcast.com.

“Pop Fashion”


Hosted by Lisa Rowan and Kaarin Vembar, this podcast covers fashion news, trends, and pop culture related to fashion. In their last episode, they talked about the Schiaparelli couture show and the staying power of the skinny jean. The podcast is available on various platforms such as Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and Stitcher. You can also listen to it on the “Pop Fashion” website at www.popfashionpodcast.com.  

“Chanel Connects”

Launched by Chanel in 2020, Chanel Connects features conversations with creative minds from various fields, including fashion, art, film, music, and culture. The podcast is hosted by journalist and broadcaster Monocle’s editor-in-chief, Tyler Brûlé. Each episode features a one-on-one conversation with a different guest, discussing their work, inspirations, and perspectives on the creative industry. Some notable guests on the podcast have included Pharrell Williams, Tilda Swinton, and Amanda Harlech. The podcast is available on platforms such as Spotify and Apple Podcasts.

“Dior Talks”


This series launched by Dior in 2019 features conversations with creative and cultural figures, exploring their perspectives on various topics, including fashion, art, feminism, and sustainability. The podcast is hosted by journalist and art historian Katy Hessel. The podcast is available on platforms such as Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and SoundCloud.

“This Old Thing?”


This Old Thing is a British podcast that explores vintage fashion and style. Dawn O’Porter, a prominent advocate for body positivity and feminism, hosts this series dedicated to craft and possibly even the art of thrifting. Each episode focuses on a specific theme or era of fashion, such as 1970s disco or 1950s glamour. The show also includes practical advice on how to find and wear vintage clothing, as well as discussions about the cultural significance of fashion and style. This podcast is available on Apple Podcast and Spotify.


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