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Best Vogue podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Vogue podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
Updated February 2020
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Get ready to throw your assumptions about disability out the window! In "The Obvious Question," Madi Lawson, a 21-year-old journalism student who has two rare forms of muscular dystrophy, takes on the assumptions, misconceptions and just plain ignorance others have about people with disabilities. But this isn't your typical conversation about disability. In this podcast Madi talks with co-host Becky Smith and others about fashion, friendship, dating and more - challenging all the things you ...
Enter the world of Vogue Australia - listen to monthly episodes of interviews with designers, models, fashion identities and more.
A Different Tweed is fashion’s equivalent to Inside The Actors Studio. This in-depth interview podcast explores the craft and creative process of fashion and luxury through dynamic, entertaining storytelling. The tone is intimate. The conversation is candid. Leading professionals reveal the secrets to their artistry plus their challenges and personal journeys. Bronwyn Cosgrave, the host, is a multidisciplinary fashion professional who is renowned for her research. She can be heard on an arra ...
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.
Get your weekly scoop from sisters Gabi and Lexi Fuller!
Dishing out the stories behind the St. Louis food scene.
The stories and people of North Carolina. Hosted by Frank Stasio.
Pre-Loved Podcast is a weekly interview show about rad vintage style with guests you’ll want to go thrifting with, hosted by Emily Stochl of the Brume & Daisy blog. We chat about style, running a fashion business, sustainability, slow fashion, the stories behind incredible vintage pieces, and why we choose second-hand things first. To follow along with all things #PreLovedPod and otherwise, you can find me across the internet as @brumeanddaisy and at the Brume & Daisy blog.
Essential listening for anyone who cares about what they read – and how they read it. The Stack is Monocle’s take on the world of print, focusing on everything from the glossiest fashion title to the grittiest newspaper.
"Vocal Coach From MTVs "Making The Band" - Sing With Doc is the first vocal training course designed for the beginner vocalist looking to take the first step in becoming a great singer. In this tape you will learn the secrets of vocal training from one of the top vocal coaches today, Doc Holliday. He has trained many of today’s stars including Britney Spears, Backstreet Boys, Tyrese, O-town, and many more! Doc will show you how to perform a Vocal Analysis, the basics of Breathing, Articulati ...
Welcome to the Kenzie Elizabeth podcast hosted by lifestyle vlogger Kenzie Elizabeth. On this show you'll find interviews with influencers, artists, authors, experts, entrepreneurs, bloggers and thought leaders. This podcast serves as a guide to branding, relationships, productivity, mental health, and overall living the best life possible.
Iconick Conversation is a podcast discussing the most important things on Earth: love, pop culture, movies, and more! New episodes with new guest stars every Thursday.
For the last few decades there's been a revolution in the knitting world, and we go behind the scenes to gain insight into what inspired and motivated the knitting superstars who were part of this exciting time. Join us every two weeks on Vogue Knitting Knitterviews as we interview the influencers who contributed to making the knitosphere what it is today. Brought to you by Penguin Random House Audio: “Listen while you knit."
Interviews with your favorite (or soon-to-be favorite) authors, artists, astronauts and more. From WBEZ.
Holly Shortall and Conor Behan welcome you to their pop culture podcast Popsessed. Follow Holly @hollyshortall and Conor @platinumjones.
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Join host Angela Ledgerwood as she discusses books, writers, life, love and all things literary with the authors she loves.
Come join us at the Lovexchange to help build relationships! Lend your ear weekly to your favorite Husband&Wife Duo.
Conversations on Race through the lens of creativity & activism. Hosted by writer & photographer Lou Mensah
A Daily Signal podcast that challenges the left's narrative that all women must be liberal, pink-hat wearing, Planned Parenthood supporters. Hosted by Kelsey Bolar, Lauren Evans, and Virginia Allen. Problematic Women celebrates and empowers right-minded women through thoughtful, long-form interviews and sharp-witted commentary on issues from pop culture to politics.
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History as told by the people who were there. All the programmes from 2016.
Professional learners wanted! Get the quick downlowd on random topics ranging from tech to entertainment to self growth. Oh and beware you may actually laugh as well.
The For The Show Podcast is an interactive, weekly show covering Fashion, Makeup and Lifestyle tips, tricks, trends and stories. Email Info@ForTheShowMia.com for more information.
Partnered is the company-to-company business development network connecting brands and startups. The Partnered Report Podcast is our weekly audio roundup of the most important stories at the intersection of technology, brands, agencies, entertainment, and media.
Hosted by Bay Area transplants Joan Summers (@joaniesucks) and Matthew Lawson (@_matthewlawson), Eating For Free is a weekly podcast that discusses emerging social movements and the celebrity figures around them. Each week we investigate the use of social justice in and around the pop culture sphere, whether it's strategic branding of “feminist” messages to sell merchandise or pandering to gay audiences for likes and comments, Eating For Free aims to ask our stars, have you really earned you ...
Problematic faves, dissident feminism, and poodles.
IGDcast is a weekly podcast produced by It’s Going Down which features interviews with participants in social movements, struggles, rebellions, projects, thinkers, and organizers. Check out itsgoingdown.org for daily news updates and ways to support!
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Baked, Boiled and Fried pieces of all things Wisconsin! Weekly podcast with different Wisconsin themes.
On the Sofa, Mira Mira’s ongoing podcast series, is a point of entry to the world of Mario Testino, his collaborators, and his friends. Michael Kors, Gigi Hadid, Kate Moss and Penelope Cruz have all shared the couch with Mario so far, going over their careers in candid, honest detail. With images to guide the listener from covers to campaigns, it provides unparalleled access and exclusive insights.?
Politics, Money, Sex, and everything in between... A top 40 news commentary podcast with thousands of new fans who voted it "The best new podcast in America". Imagine Ben Shapiro meet Rich Dad meet Howard Stern. "I express my opinions about political and social matters and my views about finance, sex, and relationships. I am a conservative with a libertarian streak, and some liberal views. I believe that all human beings are created equal, and as such I don’t believe in any form of discrimin ...
Tips and Strategies for a Successful Career in Fashion
#WearYourDreams is a new weekly show where Alice Oluyitan creative director of the fashion brand GBEMi speaks to entrepreneurs who are #CREATIVEGIRLS, #FASHIONGIRLS and #MILLIONAIREGIRLS about their journeys to success. The show offers tips, advice, motivation and inspiration for girl Boss's and businesswomen with big dreams! Each episode will inspire you to live the life you dream of whilst also getting practical, actionable advice to get you closer to your dream life and starting the busin ...
Get on your studded belts! This is ‘A Podcast You Can't Sweat Out’, where we review albums from a simpler time, when the most important aspect of your personality was the song on your MySpace music player. We’ll be warping back in time to rediscover the records that probably made your parents shake their heads in confusion, so bust out your Converse or Vans, send a few texts on your Sidekick, and prepare to be bamboozled.
The Fashion Your Seatbelt podcast gives its listeners the rare opportunity to hear from some of the leading voices working in the fashion industry today. Each podcast is an exclusive one-to-one conversation with a creative who is crafting the future of fashion. Hosted by the renowned and award-winning fashion journalist Jessica Michault, this podcast is designed to take its audience directly to the heart of fashion and discover what makes it tick.
Forget the distraction and noise of the world, grab a tea, coffee or glass of wine and join me, Orion, as we embark on a chill, thought-provoking journey, enlightening the conscience through conversation with a dash of sarcasm.
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A podcast where three relatively grown men (Cory Cavin, Jon Sieber, Kevin James Doyle) watch the iconic HBO series Sex and the City for the first time ever and then discuss. Produced by Jeremy Balon at Seltzer Kings Studios in Brooklyn.
Nominal Interest is the brand new podcast by the Economics Student Society of Australia (ESSA). Each week, on Wednesdays at 7:00, we plan to dissect the news of the week in the worlds of politics, economics, pop culture and everything in between. We hope to bring an engaging, accessible and novel approach to the big stories as they happen, and we’re looking forward to joining in the discussion with you.
Each episode fashion professional Shelby Ivey Christie examines the cultural & societal impact blackness has had on the fashion & luxury landscape. Shelby leads sometimes heavy, sometimes hilarious conversations. From the rise & fall of the BabyPhat empire to the opulence of the Harlem Renaissance - Here, she covers it all! She chats with fashion industry leaders & shares in-depth chronicles of black fashion history.
Welcome to the Fashion and Frappes podcast. Here we discuss and debate about fashion and beauty, talk about everything in the news and whats on the gossip vine. Lets chat!Our blog: http://fashionandfrappes.comOur exclusive sari shop:Zari by Fashion and Frappes : http://fashionandfrappes.com/zari/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fashionandfrappes/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Fashion-and-Frappes-Fashion-Blog-322807561211581/Twitter: https://twitter.com/FashionFrappesTumblr: http://fa ...
The world and lived experience of books, their authors and readers â€“ think insight, warmth, imagination, smell, journey and emotion.
Everything you need to keep up on all of the fashion news, tips, and celebrity outfits!
Tips and tricks to grow your Instagram account and engagement with your followers. Organic growth and high quality content creation. For businesses and influencers as well as personal accounts.#letribemedia
The only thing we love more than weddings is talking about weddings.
Iconick Conversation is a podcast discussing the most important things on Earth: love, pop culture, movies, and more! New episodes with new guest stars every Thursday.
How did images of Jesus end up on our clothes? Historian Lynn Neal aims to answer that question in her latest book “Religion in Vogue: Christianity and Fashion in America” (NYU Press/2019).By North Carolina Public Radio - WUNC
Welcome to episode 12 of the podcast! We decided to hop on the "Vogue 73 Questions" trend and ask each other all sorts of rapid fire questions to give you guys a little more about us. As always, let us know what you want to listen to next week and feel free to leave us a review and rate in the Apple Podcast app. Check out our podcast instagram and …
I think few people in the fashion industry would argue with me if I said that Sara Sozzani Maino is one of the hardest working women in fashion. Sara is the head of Vogue Talents and Italian Vogue’s deputy editor for special fashion projects. And pretty much no matter where I am in the world or what event I am attending, I invariably seem to spot S…
Losing her job at Vogue forced Lauren Mechling to create a new identity for herself outside of work. Lauren joins host Angela Ledgerwood to discuss her latest novel ‘How Could She’, the impact working in magazines had on her writing and why she has an Instagram dedicated to clogs.By PodcastOne Australia
Are you not able to follow everything going on with the impeachment hearings? You're not alone. Elizabeth Slattery, Legal Fellow at The Heritage Foundation joins the show to break down the proceedings at a 101 level. Then, President Trump was the first sitting president to speak at the annual March for Life last week, we break down his speech and o…
In this week's tumultuous return to our 2020 schedule, we breakdown the recent disappearance of the controversial Teen Vogue 'advertorial' praising Facebook's dedication to a fair and honest 2020 election. We review the original piece and explain its complicated creation, as well as discover shocking things about their internal team. -------- Eatin…
We speak to Filip Niedenthal, editor in chief of Polish ‘Vogue’, who also recently launched the first issue of ‘Vogue Polska Man’. Plus: we meet Brian Winter, editor in chief of 'Americas Quarterly'.By Monocle 24
This week on the show we speak to the head of WeTransfer editorial platform WePresent, flick through a magazine about bathrooms and meet ‘What Do People Do?’, a Lithuanian title about creative work.By Monocle 24
Democratic candidates were at each other’s throats this week in the latest presidential debate in Las Vegas as the stakes of the race continue to climb. Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg made his first debate appearance, and his fellow candidates targeted him on stage with several different attacks.…
What keeps youth voters from the polls? The longstanding assumption is that the under-30 electorate just does not care about that part of the political process. But a new book argues against that premise.By North Carolina Public Radio - WUNC
With a soulful blend of twang and spacey-rock tunes, the indie-country duo Blue Cactus is known for its country music sound. Steph Stewart and Mario Arnez released their EP “Finger on the Button” earlier this week with a titular track that they call their President’s Day anthem.By North Carolina Public Radio - WUNC
Childbearing in the United States is more deadly than in any other developed nation. Despite medical advances over the last few decades, the number of reported pregnancy-related deaths in the U.S. continues to steadily increase.By North Carolina Public Radio - WUNC
Welcome to the I Love You So Much podcast with Kenzie Elizabeth. Today Kenzie sits down with Natalie Barbu of the Real Reel podcast to talk about all things being self employed, starting your own business, moving to NYC young, figuring out rates, etc. Hope you enjoy XO! SECRET FACEBOOK PAGE: https://bit.ly/2zEx3BM Kenzie's Channel: https://youtube.…
While visiting Kelly Ingram Park in Birmingham, Alabama, photographer Jessica Ingram was struck by how familiar media images from the civil rights era, such as attack dogs and high-pressure water hoses turned on protestors, were memorialized in sculpture. She wondered what was left out of the dominant narrative of this time.…
Billy Porter recently appeared on Sesame Street wearing a dress, and while Big Bird and Elmo might be fine with it - Problematic Women and parents all over America have another opinion. Also up on today's show, three female high school athletes are suing the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference over a policy that allows biological males …
In celebration of Mardi Gras in the Cajun capital of the Lou, we’re finding out what it means to be… the Cajun capital of the Lou. Why does historic little Soulard have so much Louisiana flair? What the fleur do we know about creole? And what is it about this party that makes it feel so never-ending? Plus, we dive into the best Mardi Gras weekend e…
Fashion internships represent your entry ticket to the fashion industry. It doesn't matter whether you studied fashion or not, everyone needs to start from an internship to get in fashion.Internships are also the smartest way to get a full-time job because it’s way easier to turn an internship into a full-time job rather than applying directly for …
An 18-month break from dating forced UK journalist Dolly Alderton to learn to become comfortable being alone. Dolly discusses her debut book, Everything I Know About Love, with host Angela Ledgerwood, the intensity of female friendships and why her Australian therapist compared her to Donald Trump.By PodcastOne Australia
Camera systems sold by the Atlanta-based company Flock Safety promise homeowners greater security. Flock cameras capture license plate numbers as vehicles come in and out of neighborhoods.By North Carolina Public Radio - WUNC
A multi-year, daily writing practice taught Alexis Pauline Gumbs a lot about what it means to listen. Deeply influenced by the black feminist author and scholar Sylvia Wynter, Gumbs’ daily exercise changed the way she thinks about the stories that define humanity and how she percieves her own ancestry.…
Homelessness on campus does not always look the same as homelessness on the streets. It often means students without a place to stay end up couch surfing until they find a more permanent solution.By North Carolina Public Radio - WUNC
On Feb. 1, 1960, the fight for civil rights changed forever when four freshmen students from North Carolina A&T State University refused to leave a lunch counter at Woolworth’s Department Store in Greensboro.By North Carolina Public Radio - WUNC
The Iconic Point of View where we recap the ballroom community and events that shape it. Hosted by respected Icons Rodney Balmain, Harold Balenciaga, and Arnold St. Laurent. The views and opinions range from conservative to radical. Join us as we discuss not only ballroom but news, sports a day the world around us. The Iconic Point of View where in…
Is it easier to turn the other cheek while packing heat? Like the Vedas, Torah and Quran, the New Testament’s verdict on violence and self-defense is a moving target.By North Carolina Public Radio - WUNC
“It already feels like when I get there and the application isn’t accessible online, that they didn’t want me in the first place.” In this episode, Madi talks with her friend, Gretchen Maune about the difficulties and discrimination that can exist for people with disabilities when looking for employment – and how struggling to get appropriate accom…
For years, John Green made a comfortable living as a writer and YouTube host, nestled right where he wanted to be: between obscurity and celebrity. But then he published The Fault in Our Stars and catapulted to fame. And being famous proved harder than he could have ever imagined.By Gimlet
S4 Ep2 MARCY GUEVARA-PRETE: co-owner of The Plus Bus in Los Angeles - on running a small business and fab fat style. Listen and subscribe on: iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | Google Play | or wherever you get your podcasts! Please rate & review the show so more vintage lovers find this community. Pre-Loved Podcast is a weekly interview show about rad …
The North Star Married to the Movement Follow @shade_podcast Instagram @shadepodcast1 Twitter @marriedtothemovement Instagram @thenorthstarmedia Instagram #shadepodcastBy Lou Mensah
We speak to Ben Kelway about his book celebrating 25 years of ‘Arena Homme+’. Plus: Pamela Fiori on her book telling the history of travel title ‘Holiday’ and we review the latest edition of Uniqlo’s magazine, ‘LifeWear’, which features a Monocle guide to Tokyo.By Monocle 24
Three Democratic presidential candidates have dropped out of the race in the last week: former Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick, Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet and Andrew Yang all suspended their campaigns.By North Carolina Public Radio - WUNC
The musical project Mebanesville started 20 years ago with just five friends playing in a new coffee shop.Two decades later, the project has seen band members come and go, but nobody ever really leaves for good.By North Carolina Public Radio - WUNC
In this current climate of persistent heated discourse, it can be easy to forget that there was a time when one well-delivered speech could change hearts and minds. Such a speech was delivered inside the sanctuary of Durham’s White Rock Baptist church in 1960.By North Carolina Public Radio - WUNC
Lisa Eisner discusses her work crafting bold, sculptural jewelry for her sought-after brand. And she reveals how encountering the TV mogul, Ryan Murphy, at Vanity Fair’s Oscar party resulted in her jewels adorning Gwyneth Paltrow portraying Georgina Hobart on The Politician. For decades, Lisa’s distinct personal style and dynamic work - as a magazi…
The Boys continue their adventures in LA! The tacos! The beach! The back of a real estate office with their most important guest yet?! They sit down with one of the actors from Sex and the City, Ben Weber, aka SKIPPER. They talk about what it was like auditioning and filming SATC, and experiences working closely with the other cast members. Skipper…
Welcome to the I Love You So Much podcast with Kenzie Elizabeth. Today is a special round table double date episode! Quinton, Kenzie, Niko & Nicole sit down and have a double date. They talk about healthy relationships, codependency, non negotiables, how they met and more! Hope you enjoy XO! SECRET FACEBOOK PAGE: https://bit.ly/2zEx3BM Kenzie's Cha…
2.5 billion people around the world play video games. From Words With Friends to League of Legends, games are revolutionizing how we relate to one another. In many ways, gaming has become its own culture. But it might not be exactly what you'd expect. Most gamers play on their cellphones and nearly half are women. Most people playing video games ar…
Karissa is Assistant Market Editor at Teen Vogue. She studied journalism and then moved to New York and enrolled in the fashion marketing course because a fashion internship that she loved was just for students.If she could go back she would have looked for a different fashion internship that wasn't just for students, because she agrees that the ex…
The folks at Teen Vogue are at it again, and this time they're talking specifically about The Heritage Foundation. We discuss the mag's most recent article about transgenderism with Emilie Kao, director of Heritage's Richard and Helen DeVos Center for Religion and Civil Society. We also address why millennials are the most depressed generation, the…
Cabernet or chardonnay? Old world or new? Why am I spinning my wine glass and what the heck is tannin structure? We sit down with a sommelier to learn some of the basics of wine drinking, the rules for pairing you should know (and which ones to break) and what you'll be sippin' once "Rose all day" finally ends. We'll also talk food trucks, Girl Sco…
#AintThatFierce with Icon Terry & Icon Latisha. Special Guest: Icon Father James Icon ?????? Join us as we go over ballroom, politics, entertainment, music, social media, and gaaags around the globe! You dont want to miss whats on the fierce Agenda. Listen by calling in at 929-477-3073 or log on to www.blogtalkradio.com/tensorchops All Artwork for …
A judge voided the deal between the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the Sons of Confederate Veterans over the controversial Silent Sam statue.By North Carolina Public Radio - WUNC
What happens when a black father tries to do his young daughter’s natural hair for the first time? In the animated short “Hair Love” a battle ensues: The father wields a comb as his weapon, but his first attempt is a miserable failure.By North Carolina Public Radio - WUNC
Research on chemical pollutants in North Carolina’s rivers and streams is stacking up, and the results are unnerving.By North Carolina Public Radio - WUNC
What would it feel like to stand up in front of a group of people you do not know and talk about some of the most personal moments of your life? It is a special kind of terror that is usually reserved for professional comedians or actors, but in the past few decades, more and more everyday folk have been trying it out through live storytelling even…
Jessica Yinka Thomas grew up in both the United States and West Africa. Her father, a Nigerian economics professor, and her mother, an American computer scientist, raised their four kids between Miami, Nigeria, Senegal and eventually Maryland to get them ready for college in the states.By North Carolina Public Radio - WUNC
In the wake of unexpected tragic news, we regret to inform you that Joan Summers was unfortunately too booked-and-busy with her extensive live coverage of the 92nd Annual Oscars ceremony to join us on this week’s episode! However, in lieu of her absence, we brought on the amazing and talented Kendall Close from the backdoors of the Eating For Free …
In 1966, the collected thoughts of China's communist leader became an unexpected best-seller around the world. A compendium of pithy advice and political instructions from Mao Zedong, it was soon to be found on student bookshelves everywhere.(Photo: Front cover of Mao's Little Red Book)By BBC World Service