8 Stylish Podcasts For the Fashion-Forward

These polished podcasts know a little something about serving looks: whether they’re from fashion designers, stylists, historians, or just enthusiasts, there’s a lot to say about what we wear.

From history podcasts discussing ancient cosmetics, Baroque perfume, the first fashion designer, and why women started wearing pants, to shows interviewing celebrities about what they wore during a seminal moment in their careers, dishing on fashion and retail news, or serving up style tips and reviews (with a side of shade), these eight sleek and sexy podcasts will keep you feeling sharp and looking chic as you step out into the street. 

Pop Fashion

Lisa Rowan, a former vintage store owner, and Kaarin Vembar, a fashion stylist, host Pop Fashion, keeping you up to date with all the latest fashion and retail news, trends, and styles. Find out how Forever 21 went bankrupt, why Gucci is investing in call centers, even hear about an Ocean’s 11-worthy heist to steal a $40 million diamond. On this episode, they discuss everything from Zac Posen to Kanye West to why the "basic b**ch" ruled the 2010s, whether we liked it or not. 

Dressed: The History of Fashion

Say yes to the Dressed: History of Fashion podcast! With episodes on Halloween costume traditions, denim, the history of the codpiece, the Japanese origins of flip-flops, and 17th century perfume-making, as well as fascinating interviews from fashion journalists and designers, you’ll learn more than you ever thought you could about what we wear – and why. On this episode, they explore the history of that sparkly holiday scourge: Glitter.

What I Wore When

What I Wore When, a podcast from Glamour magazine, is a fascinating look at the clothes celebrities were wearing during pivotal moments in their lives, from the job that launched their career to what they wore when they accepted major awards. Digital director Perrie Samotin something sits down with Today Show anchor Sheinelle Jones, comedienne Amanda Seales, chef Alison Roman, and many more to discover not only what they wore, but why it mattered.

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