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From slip dresses with army boots to colorful tracksuits and minimal pantsuits, Vogue experts highlight the stories in fashion history that reflected this new era of connectivity. For the first time, trends rapidly spread across the globe, subcultures were adopted as mainstream, and mass marketing turned brand visionaries into celebrity designers. Nothing was off-limits, everything blended together, and fashion reflected this new normal. 
We dive deep into narratives and context behind the paradoxical trends of grunge fashion, the rise of the supermodel, the renaissance of American lifestyle brands, and the first fashion-forward red carpets. 
Find out why, even 30 years later, we just can’t let go of the 90’s. Presented by Anna Wintour and hosted by Hamish Bowles, this fashion podcast examines how the 90s sparked a cultural fusion that continues to shape our world today — and why no one is exempt from fashion.

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From slip dresses with army boots to colorful tracksuits and minimal pantsuits, Vogue experts highlight the stories in fashion history that reflected this new era of connectivity. For the first time, trends rapidly spread across the globe, subcultures were adopted as mainstream, and mass marketing turned brand visionaries into celebrity designers. Nothing was off-limits, everything blended together, and fashion reflected this new normal. 
We dive deep into narratives and context behind the paradoxical trends of grunge fashion, the rise of the supermodel, the renaissance of American lifestyle brands, and the first fashion-forward red carpets. 
Find out why, even 30 years later, we just can’t let go of the 90’s. Presented by Anna Wintour and hosted by Hamish Bowles, this fashion podcast examines how the 90s sparked a cultural fusion that continues to shape our world today — and why no one is exempt from fashion.

    BONUS: Virginie Viard, the Woman Behind Chanel’s New Chapter

    BONUS: Virginie Viard, the Woman Behind Chanel’s New Chapter

    After years working alongside Karl Lagerfeld, Virginie Viard is quietly and confidently reimagining Chanel for the house’s next chapter. Listen to the exclusive spoken audio article from Vogue here.
    This article was read by Hamish Bowles.
    Read along to the full story here, and for more of Hamish and Vogue, make sure to subscribe to In Vogue: The 1990s on:

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    or wherever you listen to podcasts.

    • 23 min
    It Bags and It Girls

    It Bags and It Girls

    By the mid 90’s, fashion had ceased to be an insular, self-sustaining industry. The fashion ecosystem expanded rapidly to include celebrities as aspirational symbols of fashion and status in popular culture. We chronicle the era when pop culture became the vehicle for a mass education in high fashion.

    Voices featured, in order of appearance: Kristin Davis, Fran Drescher and Brenda Cooper for the Nanny, Donatella Versace, Vera Wang, Andie MacDowell, Melissa Joan Hart, Jennie Garth, Debra Messing, Melissa Rivers, Victoria Beckham, Angela Bassett, Claire Danes, Sharon Stone and stylist, Sofia Coppola, Elizabeth Hurley, Kristen Johnston, Karyn Parsons, Tatyana Ali, Tamera Mowry-Housley, Nia Long, Tonne Goodman, Plum Sykes, Mark Holgate, Laird, Darnell-Jamal Lisby

    For more on this week’s episode and to access additional Vogue content, make sure to visit vogue.com/podcast.
    Don’t miss out on new episodes of In Vogue: The 1990s on:

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    or wherever you listen to podcasts.

    • 39 min
    BONUS: Vogue’s December Cover with Harry Styles

    BONUS: Vogue’s December Cover with Harry Styles

    This weekend, we're delighted to be bringing you an exclusive spoken audio version of Vogue's December cover story. In Vogue: The 1990s host Hamish Bowles interviewed Harry Styles in a wide-ranging conversation spanning Styles' Tokyo travel plans, making music, and his refusal to be defined by boundaries and labels in fashion. You won't want to miss hearing this intimate interview with Harry Styles, the first-ever solo male cover star to front Vogue.
    This article was read by Hamish Bowles.
    Find the full December cover article here, and for more of Hamish and Vogue, make sure to subscribe to In Vogue: The 1990s on:

    Apple Podcasts: listen.vogue.com/iv-apple-podcasts


    Spotify: listen.vogue.com/iv-spotify


    Google: listen.vogue.com/iv-google-podcasts



    or wherever you listen to podcasts.

    • 27 min
    NYC: The Rise of Downtown

    NYC: The Rise of Downtown

    By the mid 90’s, New York City had married the European couturier model with the commercial power of Seventh Avenue, and had begun to overshadow Paris and Milan as the most important fashion capital in the world. Around the same time, a downtown school of designers and cultural figures began to react against the corporatized, uptown school, establishing a second, and equally as powerful vein of American fashion that exists even today. 

    Voices featured, in order of appearance: Sandra Bernhard, Claire Danes, Julia Stiles, Donna Karan, Marc Jacobs, Isaac Mizrahi, Thirstin Howl III, Kristin Davis, Calvin Klein, Meg Ryan, Ryan McGinley, Kim Gordon, Yukie Ohta, Anna Sui, Laird Borelli-Persson, Vera Wang, Michael Kors, Francisco Costa, Fern Mallis, and Mark Holgate.
    For more on this week’s episode and to access additional Vogue content, make sure to visit vogue.com/podcast.
    Don’t miss out on new episodes of In Vogue: The 1990s on:

    Apple Podcasts: listen.vogue.com/iv-apple-podcasts


    Spotify: listen.vogue.com/iv-spotify


    Google: listen.vogue.com/iv-google-podcasts


    or wherever you listen to podcasts.

    • 35 min
    London Libertines: Galliano, McQueen, Chalayan and McCartney

    London Libertines: Galliano, McQueen, Chalayan and McCartney

    At the beginning of the 1990s, London’s fashion scene was sleepy and small. But not for long: Following the groundbreaking success of young British designer John Galliano at Givenchy in the 1980s, other young graduates of the London art school Central Saint Martins began to push the fashion world’s boundaries. Hussein Chalayan, Alexander McQueen, and Stella McCartney garnered attention with their provocative presentations, complex image-making, and challenges to established fashion rules, all on very limited budgets—at least at the beginning. Soon the Paris fashion establishment woke up to – and adopted – this new generation of fashion thinkers whose creativity had been forged in the post-punk cultural stew of 90s London. 
    Interviews in order of appearance: Mark Holgate, Anya Hindmarch, John Galliano, Hussein Chalayan, Camilla Nickerson, Laird Borelli-Persson, Karen Elson, Andrew Bolton, Shaun Leane, Jenny Capitain, Tonne Goodman, Stella McCartney. 
    For more on this week’s episode and to access additional Vogue content, make sure to visit vogue.com/podcast.
    Don’t miss out on new episodes of In Vogue: The 1990s on:

    Apple Podcasts: listen.vogue.com/iv-apple-podcasts


    Spotify: listen.vogue.com/iv-spotify


    Google: listen.vogue.com/iv-google-podcasts


    or wherever you listen to podcasts.

    • 37 min
    Special Presentation of Allure's Science of Beauty: Pores

    Special Presentation of Allure's Science of Beauty: Pores

    We are bringing you a bonus episode from Allure: The Science of Beauty, a new show answering the tough questions about skincare, makeup, and more. If you love fashion and beauty, you're going to love this episode on pores.

    There are millions of tiny openings all over your skin — and if you didn't have them, you'd be dead. If that makes you feel squeamish, then cover your ears, because we've got dermatologist Sandra Lee, also known as Dr. Pimple Popper, in the house. The social media sensation and reality star walks Michelle and Jenny through how she extracted one gigantic blackhead from a single pore. After that, dermatologist Shereene Idriss joins the party to explain the misconceptions surrounding "poreless" skin and the best products to give your pores the TLC they deserve.

    If you like what you hear, subscribe to Science of Beauty now on your preferred podcast app:


    Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/id1531535720


    Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7mwxxPykxDZtCQRiqsdK0X


    Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/allure-the-science-of-beauty

     
    Or wherever you get your podcasts.

    • 41 min

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