10 episodes

Every week, the REV podcast - “REV On Air” - will explore conversations and address key questions around sustainable fashion, natural beauty, wellness, organic food, politics, and conservation and discuss how we can all be living more consciously within these realms. The podcast will be a forum for honest dialogue, which will maintain its independence from the e-commerce platform and will welcome esteemed guests, who are passionately and progressively breaking down conventions, pushing boundaries and inspiring a new breed of thinking and being that is in harmony with the natural world.

REV On Air - Sustainable Stories Rêve En Vert

    • Fashion & Beauty

Every week, the REV podcast - “REV On Air” - will explore conversations and address key questions around sustainable fashion, natural beauty, wellness, organic food, politics, and conservation and discuss how we can all be living more consciously within these realms. The podcast will be a forum for honest dialogue, which will maintain its independence from the e-commerce platform and will welcome esteemed guests, who are passionately and progressively breaking down conventions, pushing boundaries and inspiring a new breed of thinking and being that is in harmony with the natural world.

    Ethical Fashion and Women in Business with Misha Nonoo

    Ethical Fashion and Women in Business with Misha Nonoo

    Today we are thrilled share our latest episode of the REV podcast with the ethical fashion designer Misha Nonoo ahead of her talk with our co-founder and CEO Cora Hilts and the zero waste inspiration Trash is for Tossers in New York City tonight. Misha and Cora sat down earlier in the year to discuss sustainable production, timeless fashion, women in business, and her involvement with the Duchess of Sussex and her Smart Works Charity and we are thrilled to get to share it with you now! For those who can’t join us in person in New York tonight have a listen to hear some of Misha’s insights into what constitutes good business to her.

    • 26 min
    Conscious Parenting and Environmentalism with Giada Lubomirski

    Conscious Parenting and Environmentalism with Giada Lubomirski

    Today we sit down with the second half of the dynamic duo that is the Lubomirski couple. Giada is a mother to two young boys, a huge combatant in fighting plastic pollution, an environmentalist, lover of sustainable fashion and vintage, and an all round inspiring woman when it comes to creating change. She runs her instagram account as Ecoshaker, where she shares tips on sustainable living and how to get involved. Like us at REV, she believes community is key to change so we had a lot to talk about!  

    • 43 min
    Conscious Creativity and Activism with Photographer Alexi Lubomirski

    Conscious Creativity and Activism with Photographer Alexi Lubomirski

    Today we are so excited to have the photographer and activist Alexi Lubomirski on the REV podcast to talk about his enthusiasm for compassion and integrity within the creative industry. Alexi may now be most well known for taking those beautiful engagement and wedding photographs for Prince Harry and the Duchess of Sussex, and he is now using some of this attention to activate his campaign for protection of animals, conscious creativity, environmental responsibility and sustainable fashion.

    He has just started a campaign called Creatives 4 Change that encourages people to commit to not using feathers, fur or exotic skins in fashion in order for these things to become less desirable and less on trend. He is also a keen traveller, a vegan, ambassador to Concern Worldwide, husband and father, author and poet. His personal ethos and passion for bettering the world is infectious, and we hope you feel as inspired as we did after getting to hear the conversation he and Cora had earlier this week.

    • 47 min
    Katharine Hamnett Talks Sustainable Fashion and Political Activism

    Katharine Hamnett Talks Sustainable Fashion and Political Activism

    Today we talk to fashion designer and political advocate Katharine Hamnett about her opinions on some of the most controversial topics facing us today - politics, Brexit, sustainable fashion and individual responsibility and regulation. We discuss whether her famous slogan tees were ever effective, and after many years in the industry, whether she feels she has accomplished what she wants to with creating change.

    • 46 min
    Sustainable Luxury Travel With Juliet Kinsman Of Bouteco

    Sustainable Luxury Travel With Juliet Kinsman Of Bouteco

    Today we speak to luxury travel expert Juliet Kinsman on how we can, if ever, travel in an ethical and responsible way. Juliet's career has included being the founding editor at Mr. and Mrs. Smith, where she learned all about luxury and boutique travel. She has taken that knowledge on to founding Bouteco, a sustainable travel platform sharing some of the most ethical hotels in the world. We discuss carbon offsetting, how to choose the best eco hotel and in what ways we can support local communities when we travel. We think this will be highly relevant at a time when 1.4 billion people are now travelling at any given moment! 

    • 42 min
    Sustainable Eating with Skye Gyngell of Spring & Heckfield Place

    Sustainable Eating with Skye Gyngell of Spring & Heckfield Place

    We are so excited to have our first guest today that will be talking about sustainable food and her opinions on the most ethical way to be growing it, consuming it and dining out. Her name is Skye Gyngell, an Australian native who has been making waves with her cooking ever since she moved to England. She began what has become an incredibly illustrious career as head chef at Petersham Nurseries, before starting her very own restaurant, Spring, which has been often noted as one of London’s most sustainable, and beautiful, places to dine. Most recently, she has become the Culinary Director at Heckfield Place, where she oversees a biodynamic farm and encourages locality and seasonality in all the food prepared there. We talk about her journey within the organic food movement, the importance of working with British farmers, zero waste eating and food waste, and her most recent achievement of becoming the UK’s first restaurant to entirely ban single use plastics. We can’t wait for you to listen.

    • 48 min

Customer Reviews

Sarah Dewar ,

Just what we need.

LOVE this podcast. Cora has meaningful and honest conversations with real, imperfect, passionate figures making an impact in the sustainability scene. I have learned so much about each of the industries highlighted each week. This podcast affirms my individual efforts to live more sustainability. We all have a choice and we all have a voice. I am looking forward to more from the Rev team!

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