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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.” Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Little America: The Official Podcast is an anthology documentary series that observes the funny, romantic, heartfelt, inspiring, and surprising stories of immigrants in America. New episodes out every Thursday Watch Little America on Apple TV+, where available. https://apple.co/-Little-America
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MetaPod

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MetaPod unpacks the web's most interesting podcasts and the stories behind them. Each episode of MetaPod features an in-depth interview with a different podcast host or creator. Get the story behind your favourite podcasts or discover new podcasts to listen to with MetaPod. Hosted by Wendy Morrill and Kevin May.
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This series hosted by Tribeca's Davy Gardner brings the identity of The Tribeca Festival into the world of sound. Tribeca Audio Premieres releases the first episode of a brand new podcast after an exclusive interview with the writers, actors, journalists, or musicians behind the making of it. It's a place to discover the greatest stories and storytellers.
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Look under your seat… it’s a new show! We’re taking you back to weekdays at 4pm with Kellie Carter Jackson and Leah Wright Riguer, two historians, best friends, and Oprah obsessives. Now, it’s time to pour through the archives to relive and rehash the most iconic episodes from the decades-long run of the Oprah Winfrey Show. From book club controversies to diet fads and wars with the meat industry, conversations about police brutality and sexuality… and of course big giveaways… YGAP! will tre ...
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For more than 30 years, photographer Willy Vanderperre has been fascinated with youth. Vanderperre has carved a niche for himself in the fashion industry, capturing the youthful essence of models like Julia Nobis and Clément Chabernaud for fashion houses including Dior, Prada and Givenchy. “It would be bordering on pretentious to say that I underst…
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The start of a new fiction miniseries, in which a man on drugs attempts to purchase a pig.Content warning: graphic death, ref to domestic violence, drug useStory written and produced by Ross SutherlandContains samples from Hauntology by Meavy Boy (Free Music Archive) and When the World Goes Quiet pt.VI byRydox (Archive.org)Featuring additional musi…
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Prosper and Martine Assouline’s business began with a passion project: A book dedicated to their love for La Colombe d’Or, a boutique hotel in the South of France; Martine produced the images and Prosper was responsible for the text. But since publishing that first title 30 years ago, Assouline Publishing has gone on to capture the history and visu…
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Starting in 1999, Larry Miller worked alongside Michael Jordan to build Nike’s Jordan brand, which today generates more than $5 billion in revenue for Nike. But his journey to the C-suite was a unique one. Growing up in West Philadelphia, Miller joined a gang, which led him to serve multiple prison sentences for a series of crimes, including second…
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As a performance coach to England’s national football team, the Royal Ballet and more, Eastwood taps into his Māori heritage to help groups foster a sense of togetherness and drive performance. For Allbirds co-founder and chief innovation officer Tim Brown, co-founder and chief innovation officer at Allbirds, a company that has gone on a rollercoas…
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Amir Fayo, the founder of 69 Group, marries brand architecture and art direction to create retail and hospitality concepts rooted in culture and connection. Best known for operating Egyptian stores Maison69 and Villa Baboushka, Fayo breaks with conventions to create immersive store experiences that resonate with consumers on an emotional level. Eve…
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Bonus episode! Accompanying the 100th episode extravaganza, Imaginary Advice looks back over some highlights from the last 10 years. Support the pod: www.patreon.com/rossgsutherlandOr, for a one-off donation go to: www.buymeacoffee.com/imaginaryadviceSelected clips: 37 Dear Chris (podcast title)1 Crying at the back of an Ed Byrne Show (wardrobe)23 …
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Imaginary Advice celebrates its 100th episode with special guests Eric Molinsky, Avery Trufelman, Joe Dunthorne, Helen Zaltzman and Joseph Fink.Consider supporting the show: www.patreon.com/rossgsutherlandOr, to make a one-off donation: www.buymeacoffee.com/imaginaryadviceBy Imaginary Advice
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This fashion month was all about looking ahead. At several major brands, newly-appointed creative directors ushered in a new era, including Seán McGirr at Alexander McQueen, Adrian Appiolaza at Moschino and Chemena Kamali at Chloé. But beyond the creative director premieres, recurring motifs of technology and the pared down everyday reflected the c…
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On her award-winning podcast “Articles of Interest,” host and producer Avery Trufelman dives deep into the stories behind the clothes we wear. From the evolution of prep to the origins of wedding dresses, Avery guides her listeners through the multi-faceted layers behind the aesthetics of fashion. “It's crops, it's the earth, it's handwork, it's cu…
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In 2010, model Arizona Muse was catapulted into the fashion spotlight. After opening and closing Prada’s Spring/Summer 2011 show, she was signed as a face of the brand. But after years of the modelling, grind and some serious personal reflection, the British-American model has swapped the glamour of the runway for environmental activism. “[Modellin…
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In the world of high fashion, few names have commanded as much attention — and controversy — as John Galliano. Throughout the 1990s and 2000s, his sensual designs and runway theatrics earned him worldwide acclaim.But Galliano’s career imploded in 2011 when a video of him emerged using antisemitic slurs. In a new documentary, “High & Low: John Galli…
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Did you know that hearing loss can cause hallucinations? No, neither did I. That is, until my son was born & I started hearing his cry coming out of air conditioning vents.The first part of this episode was originally broadcast on Radio 4's Short Cuts. It was produced by Eleanor McDowell for Falling Tree Productions.The rest of episode was written …
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Pat Boguslawski is setting the fashion world in motion. The Polish movement director at Maison Margiela is the creative mastermind behind some of fashion’s most memorable runway moments. From German model Leon Dame’s viral runway stomp in 2020 to the seductive strides of corseted characters in John Galliano’s triumphant 2024 Maison Margiela couture…
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As founder of Harlem’s Fashion Row, Brandice Daniel is a change agent. For more than 15 years, she has been working to bridge the gap between the fashion industry and Black and Latinx designers who often don’t come from famous fashion schools like Parsons or FIT. Following the surge in interest in diversity, equity and inclusion following the murde…
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The fashion industry is responsible for up to 8 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions. But the most profitable fashion companies are often headquartered in the countries that have historically generated more emissions, while the nations with a smaller carbon footprint often find themselves more severely impacted by extreme weather driven by th…
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Matthieu Blazy has been a quiet but powerful force in the fashion industry for years, having worked under powerhouse designers like Raf Simons and Phoebe Philo. But in 2021, he earned that status on his own when he was named the creative director of Bottega Veneta. Since then, he’s developed a reputation for pushing creative boundaries; BoF editors…
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The delicate dance between artistic integrity and commercial viability is a challenge Dan Levy and Jonathan Anderson know well. Levy's Emmy Award-winning Netflix show Schitt's Creek harmonises creative brilliance with mainstream appeal, while at the luxury label Loewe, Anderson’s refreshingly original designs have earned him both critical acclaim a…
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Content warning: discussion of cancer, infertility, pregnancy, assault, mental health.Returning from a year-long podcast break, Ross tells two true stories about losing the boundary between real-life and the imagination.Written and produced by Ross SutherlandContains additional music by Jeremy Warmsley (www.jeremywarmsley.com)Support the podcast: w…
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Diane von Fürstenberg has been synonymous with women’s empowerment since she first unveiled her revolutionary wrap dress in 1974. But for her, the garment became much more than a symbol, it became the key to her own independence. “I did not know what I wanted to do, but I knew the kind of woman I wanted to be,” von Fürstenberg told author and spiri…
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Since 1978, Brunello Cucinelli’s namesake brand has been a standard-bearer for both luxury clothing and a more responsible way of doing business. At a time of great change, Cucinelli believes that businesses must strike a balance between embracing technological innovation that could threaten livelihoods, like AI, to push creativity forward while al…
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A repeat of a past episode. Then again, as music.Part 1: Repeat After Me - audio essay by Ross sutherlandPart 2: But Sometimes I Worry - music composed by Nathaniel ParksRecorded Nov 11th, Emmanuel Episcopal Church, BaltimoreConcert programme: https://bit.ly/3RTlP5pVideo version: https://youtu.be/0Tt2JqBySE0?si=J7PR8tmd9yCYXTqn https://nathanielpar…
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This year, Barbie-mania swept the globe. A key architect of that phenomenon was Richard Dickson, who served as president and chief operating officer of Barbie’s parent company, Mattel, for almost a decade. There, he revived Barbie, a name that had lost its cultural relevance, and brought it firmly back into the zeitgeist. Now, Dickson is taking his…
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After she was scouted in a modelling competition in Lincoln, Nebraska at the age of 12, Ashley Graham went on to break barriers in the fashion industry by becoming the first plus-size model to appear on the covers of both Sports Illustrated’s swimsuit issue and American Vogue. “It started shifting the minds of agents, casting directors, art directo…
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Having dominated Hollywood's cinematic landscape for decades, Angelina Jolie is now moving into uncharted territory — the world of fashion. This week, she opened the doors to Atelier Jolie, a multi-purpose brick-and-mortar workshop at 57 Great Jones Street in New York, once a home to art world legends Andy Warhol and Jean Michel Basquiat. The histo…
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At every juncture of her extraordinary professional journey, Leena Nair has authored a series of 'firsts’. Growing up in her home country of India, she was part of the first cohort of female students at her school, at Unilever she was the first woman to lead global human resources, responsible for 150,000 employees and in January 2022 she became Ch…
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The stylist and fashion editor reveals to BoF founder and editor-in-chief Imran Amed why she resigned from Vogue and how she is channelling her influence and energy to support that next generation of fashion talent. Background: In the dynamic world of fashion magazines, Gabriella Karefa-Johnson stands out. Karefa-Johnson has always stood out, growi…
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The pioneering set designer speaks to BoF founder and editor-in-chief Imran Amed about how she’s set the stage for some of fashion’s most talked-about immersive experiences. Background: In the world of set design, Es Devlin is a trailblazing, unstoppable force. Her remarkable career has seen her craft stages for global superstars like Beyoncé, U2 a…
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BoF founder and editor-in-chief Imran Amed sits down with Anaita Shroff-Adajania, Bandana Tewari, Lakshmi Menon and Bollywood superstar Katrina Kaif to explore the country’s evolving beauty landscape. Background: It’s been 16 years since Vogue India’s inaugural issue put a global spotlight on India’s fashion and beauty industries. Today, the beauty…
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This week on The BoF Podcast, Condé Nast Britain’s chief business officer speaks with purpose and intuition coach Mory Fontanez about leading as an outsider in the modern workplace. Background: In 2017, Vanessa Kingori became British Vogue’s first female publishing director. Since then, she has become a mother, received an MBE and stepped into the …
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Imaginary Advice is still on paternity leave! The podcast is scheduled to return with new episodes in early 2024. In the meantime, here's the second of two unlocked episodes from the IA Patreon...This episode: Ross Sutherland and special guest Angus Dunican discuss the story Exorcist Dave Stewart (Part 2).To listen to the original episode, click he…
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