100 episodes

WARDROBE CRISIS is a sustainable fashion podcast from VOGUE's sustainability editor Clare Press. Join Clare and her guests as they decode the fashion system, and dig deep into its effects on people and planet. This show unzips the real issues that face the fashion industry today, with a focus on ethics, sustainability, consumerism, activism, identity and creativity.

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    • 4.8, 58 Ratings

WARDROBE CRISIS is a sustainable fashion podcast from VOGUE's sustainability editor Clare Press. Join Clare and her guests as they decode the fashion system, and dig deep into its effects on people and planet. This show unzips the real issues that face the fashion industry today, with a focus on ethics, sustainability, consumerism, activism, identity and creativity.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
58 Ratings

58 Ratings

Mal@Indoi ,

Educational and inspiring

I love this podcast. It’s on point and intelligent with lots of great take aways for all fashion industry geeks wanting to be sustainable.

The Keep Boutique ,

Nourishment for the Soul

We'd go so far to herald Wardobe Crisis as our all-time-favourite fashion podcast. From Clare's position of undoubted authority in fashion, a scroll through the archive offers fascinating interviews with forward-thinking pioneers driving change in the fashion industry. And through a combination of Clare's engaging interview style, meticulous research, and obvious passion for fashion.. each episdoe leaves us craving the next installment of uplifting, inspiring and ever-hopefull conversation.

V Rising ,

The best discovery this year!

I stumbled on this podcast a few months ago, and want to shout from the hilltops that everyone interested in fashion, the language of our time, needs to sit up and listen.

It's Intelligent, probing and relevant.

I studied for an MA at London College of Fashion back in 2011, and have been thoroughly distressed about the state of play in the industry since.

It's podcasts like this that reveal the dirty secrets of the industry, that enables us all, as buyers to make small changes that will have a big impact on how businesses operate and the choice they make when producing products.

As a consultant, mentor and designer who embeds sustainability in my practise I am excited each week to see who's being interviewed. Glad to see that Dilys Williams has been interviewed this week, she is an inspiration to the new generation of designers and was very supportive when I was in my course! Happy 10th birthday CSF!

Designers have an obligation to think through the design process and the materials used, there are many design systems that can be employed in this process, so that we change our modus operandi on social, economic and ecological levels.

"We are the first generation to know we are destroying the planet and the last one that can do anything about it."

Sit up, listen and be part of the change!

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