The Beauty Archeo is a comedy fashion history podcast telling stories and educating listeners of the greatest figures and events of fashion, beauty, parties and scandals. In each episode, Professor Noir invites a new guest to discuss historical figures such as Marie Antoinette’s Hair craze to Coco Chanel’s Nazi affair in the 1930’s. Packed with a lot of laughs as well as serious analysis, the show explores the roots and evolution of gender, class, and race under the context of fashion and the decorative arts. The Beauty Archeo is a fresh take on history and culture that surrounds us.
This show records and broadcasts LIVE on Full Service Radio from the lobby of the LINE Hotel in Adams Morgan, Washington D.C.
Warts and All: fashion in the time of plague
Today we fight the hysteria and bring you fun facts about how we have dealt with pandemics throughout history. Powered and distributed by Simplecast.
Today we finish our journey through the roaring 20's with queer culture and drag balls. Powered and distributed by Simplecast.
La Baker, part 3: wartime and renaissance
Mundy is back from a world wind week of recording music and prof. Noir talks hosting with pornstars. Following we finish our discussion on the rich and exciting life of Josephine Baker; from French spy to international humanitarian. Powered and distributed by Simplecast.
La Baker: Part 2
We continue our conversation on the great Josephine Baker. Today we are joined by a special guest burlesque performer, Queen Nefertitie. Get ready for a raw discussion on Josephine's standard of performance and existence for black performers around the world. Powered and distributed by Simplecasst.
The Lady Z
Today's discussion is all about Zelda Fitzgerald, the "first American flapper." From a spoiled southern upbringing to a glamorous yet tragic marriage and life; Zelda defined the roaring 20's. Powered and distributed by Simplecast.
Girls Who Look Like Boys
We are in the 20's and we are having a great roar. Today we discuss the bobbed haircut and the social impact of the flapper in the early 20th century. Powered and distributed by Simplecast.