30 episodes

Pardon My French is a podcast hosted by Garance Doré, founder of the eponymous website, author of the New York Times best-selling book Love Style Life, and CFDA award winning writer, illustrator and photographer. Grounded in her love for fashion, creativity and self-expression, here she shares stories and her point-of-view on everyday subjects with her guests, in a relaxed and open conversation. In everything she does, Garance brings a French eye (and accent), with an unabashed sense of humor and authenticity that has made her known around the world. Garance’s readers are her friends, and now her listeners will be too. New episodes released every Monday.

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Pardon My French is a podcast hosted by Garance Doré, founder of the eponymous website, author of the New York Times best-selling book Love Style Life, and CFDA award winning writer, illustrator and photographer. Grounded in her love for fashion, creativity and self-expression, here she shares stories and her point-of-view on everyday subjects with her guests, in a relaxed and open conversation. In everything she does, Garance brings a French eye (and accent), with an unabashed sense of humor and authenticity that has made her known around the world. Garance’s readers are her friends, and now her listeners will be too. New episodes released every Monday.

    Carte Blanche: Kids on Growing Up

    Carte Blanche: Kids on Growing Up

    This month on our site we’re talking about growing up. What does growing up even mean? Do we ever really grow up? These are things we’re exploring in our last podcast episode of the season, and we thought it would be fun to talk to some of the most honest people out there – kids! Armed with snacks and coloring books, Linne and Veronica sat down with some kids to talk about what they think being a grown up is really like. They chat about the freedoms of adulthood, getting to drive a car and eat whatever you want, agreeing that taxes are really the hardest part about being a grown up and much more! Pardon My French is released on iTunes every Monday.

    • 43 min
    Stephanie Danan: Conscious Creation

    Stephanie Danan: Conscious Creation

    Garance was so honored when her friend Stephanie Danan asked her to participate in the Pre-Fall campaign for Co, the brand she co-created with her partner, Justin Kern. Not only because she deeply respects Stephanie and everything she does, but because she knows how important it is for Stephanie to collaborate with people she truly connects with, on a human level.

    Stephanie’s journey is fascinating and her honesty about it, incredibly refreshing. They talk about her journey from studying and working in the film industry for more than a decade to moving into the fashion industry, a world she once swore she’d never join.

    Her story is full of wisdom gained through deep reflection and years of stripping away the layers, to finally live a life that is in line with who she truly is. Pardon My French is released on iTunes every Monday.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Pocket PMF: Myths of Adulthood

    Pocket PMF: Myths of Adulthood

    In our last pocket episode of the season, Christina, Linne, Veronica and Carie are talking about what we thought our adult lives would look like when we were youngsters. From the influence of media shaping the lives we wanted to lead and crafting our lives around those ideals, to the reality of paying NYC rent and finally refining our earlier visions and learning the value of being vocal about what we truly want. We also discuss Veronica’s youthful presidential ambitions evolving into a general desire to be a boss(y) adult and Linne’s rom-com heroines and a lot more. What did you think your adult life would be like?? Pardon My French is released on iTunes every Monday.

    • 32 min
    Pocket PMF: Adulting

    Pocket PMF: Adulting

    This month on the site we’re covering the idea of growing up and getting older. Adulting, if you will. Today Veronica’s in NYC with Linne and Christina and Carie’s calling in from LA and the four of them are talking about the realness of burnout (it’s officially a medical diagnosis), the stresses and the freedoms we feel from being adults. We discuss the idea of feeling like an adult vs. a younger version of ourselves and more. What does adulting feel like to you??

    • 28 min
    Ian Schrager: Boundary Pusher

    Ian Schrager: Boundary Pusher

    It’s possible you don’t know the name Ian Schrager, but you definitely know some of the projects he’s created. You know — the incredibly iconic nightclub, Studio 54, that he co-founded in the late 1970s, or one of the numerous hotels he has around the world with EDITION Hotels that he created in partnership with Marriott, or perhaps the very cool PUBLIC Hotel in NYC.

    Either way, it’s very clear from my conversation with Ian that he’s always been a boundary pusher with his finger on the pulse. He’s collaborated with some of the biggest names in the world of architecture, traveled the globe and learned some hard lessons along the way. Today, he has embraced a slower pace of life than his early nightclub days, but he’s still very much a powerhouse. Pardon My French is released on iTunes every Monday.

    • 1 hr
    Carte Blanche: Renewing the Relationship with Yourself

    Carte Blanche: Renewing the Relationship with Yourself

    Sometimes in life, renewal comes after of one of those « aha » moments and sometimes it doesn’t. Sometimes it comes after an accumulation of a few, or many little things that bring you to a place where you’re finally ready to dig deep and make some changes, on your own terms. Even if it means having to lean against the trauma, no matter how big or small, to get you to a place of renewal and growth, where you’re able to see with clarity, the before and the after.

    Recognizing this and allowing yourself to feel – whether that be sadness, happiness or just a real need for rest, is what I’m talking about today with Emily and Veronica. Giving yourself permission to prioritize yourself, and the good that can come from it – not only for you, but everyone in your life, is both valid and vital.

    • 44 min

Customer Reviews

ashleyjhabib ,

Français, s’il vous plait!

More episodes in French please! X

ari7721 ,

American White Girl Talk

This podcast used to be a gem. I absolutely love Garance! Now it is a kinda basic b**ch American white girl talk. The depth and richness of perspective is gone. What happened?

cedar64 ,

Eh

This podcast used to be great but it has definitely gone downhill. A lot do the episodes don’t sound like they prepared for them, but occasionally you will get a great one.

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