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A weekly podcast that explores the upending forces in fashion. Vogue’s editorial team and contributors take a probing look at the new frontiers, jagged edges, and unspoken undercurrents of the fashion world. Thoughtful questions and bold conversations from inside the velvet rope.

The Vogue Podcast Condé Nast

    • Fashion & Beauty
    • 3.7 • 179 Ratings

A weekly podcast that explores the upending forces in fashion. Vogue’s editorial team and contributors take a probing look at the new frontiers, jagged edges, and unspoken undercurrents of the fashion world. Thoughtful questions and bold conversations from inside the velvet rope.

    In VOGUE: The 1990s | It Bags and It Girls

    In VOGUE: The 1990s | It Bags and It Girls

    We’re excited to bring you a new series from Vogue -- In Vogue: The 1990s. If you miss the 90s for all its nostalgia, fashion, and culture, you're going to love this episode on collision of fashion and celebrity culture.

    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

    If you like what you hear, subscribe to In VOGUE: The 1990s now on your preferred podcast app:


    Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/id1526206712


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    For more on this week’s episode and to access additional Vogue content, make sure to visit vogue.com/podcast.

    • 39 min
    Introducing SELF: Checking In

    Introducing SELF: Checking In

    Introducing Checking In, the advice podcast where we answer real health and wellness questions from real people like you. Hosted by SELF’s Editor in Chief, Carolyn Kylstra, and featuring trusted experts, doctors, therapists, thought leaders, and even a few celebrities, we’re diving deep into what it really means to be healthy. Checking In launches on Monday, November 16th, with new episodes releasing weekly. Subscribe to get episodes right when they drop at 6:00 am EST.
    Listen to Checking In here:


    Apple Podcasts: http://listen.self.com/self-apple



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    Stitcher: http://listen.self.com/self-stitcher



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    • 1 min
    In VOGUE: The 1990s | NYC: The Rise of Downtown

    In VOGUE: The 1990s | NYC: The Rise of Downtown

    We’re excited to bring you a new series from Vogue -- In Vogue: The 1990s. If you miss the 90s for all its nostalgia, fashion, and culture, you're going to love this episode on the rise of the Downtown in New York City.

    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.

    If you like what you hear, subscribe to In VOGUE: The 1990s now on your preferred podcast app:


    Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/id1526206712


    Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4uJdNOg4EtQAqlnfxLo7wX


    Or wherever you get your podcasts.


    For more on this week’s episode and to access additional Vogue content, make sure to visit vogue.com/podcast.

    • 35 min
    In VOGUE: The 1990s | London Libertines

    In VOGUE: The 1990s | London Libertines

    We’re excited to bring you a new series from Vogue -- In Vogue: The 1990s. If you miss the 90s for all its nostalgia, fashion, and culture, you're going to love this episode on John Galliano, Alexander McQueen, Hussein Chalayan, and Stella 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. 

    If you like what you hear, subscribe to In VOGUE: The 1990s now on your preferred podcast app:


    Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/id1526206712


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    Or wherever you get your podcasts.


    For more on this week’s episode and to access additional Vogue content, make sure to visit vogue.com/podcast.

    • 37 min
    In VOGUE: The 1990s | Queering Culture

    In VOGUE: The 1990s | Queering Culture

    We’re bringing you a new series from Vogue -- In Vogue: The 1990s. The 90s was influenced by fashion, music, innovation, and countercultures.

    From major fashion fundraisers to Madonna’s Vogue video, the 90s was a decade of queer visibility unlike ever before. But the road to acceptance was a rocky one. When the glamour of the 70s and the first gay pride parades glorified sexual liberation, fashion reflected the sensuality on the runways and magazines. But when the AIDS crisis of the 80s started killing thousands of gay and trans people, queer expression. was shadowed by the threat of the disease and the discrimination that came with it. By the 90s, the fashion community rallied around the queer community and began to acknowledge queer influence and inspiration within the industry.

    Hear interviews from Jose Extravaganza, Kimberly Jenkins, Tom Ford, Susanne Bartsch, Michael Kors, Lady Bunny, Dr. Valerie Steele, Lea DeLaria, Robin Givhan, and Kenneth Cole.

    If you like what you hear, subscribe to In VOGUE: The 1990s now on your preferred podcast app:


    Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/id1526206712


    Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4uJdNOg4EtQAqlnfxLo7wX


    Or wherever you get your podcasts.


    For more on this week’s episode and to access additional Vogue content, make sure to visit vogue.com/podcast.

    • 39 min
    In VOGUE: The 1990s | Tom Ford's Gucci

    In VOGUE: The 1990s | Tom Ford's Gucci

    We’re excited to bring you a new series from Vogue -- In Vogue: The 1990s. If you miss the 90s for all its nostalgia, fashion, and culture, you're going to love this episode on Tom Ford and Gucci

    Tom Ford was a wildcard choice to unify the house of Gucci – but the Italian luxury brand’s bet on a relatively unknown designer paid off handsomely. Ford brought 70s-inspired sex and glamour to the runways, and the potent formula shocked the fashion world and made Gucci a 90s sensation. And Ford’s new combination of high fashion and cinematic drama paved the way for celebrity and aspirational luxury to grow even more closely intertwined. This episode features interviews with Tom Ford, Georgina Grenville, Amber Valletta, and Victoria Beckham.

    If you like what you hear, subscribe to In VOGUE: The 1990s now on your preferred podcast app:


    Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/id1526206712


    Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4uJdNOg4EtQAqlnfxLo7wX


    Or wherever you get your podcasts.


    For more on this week’s episode and to access additional Vogue content, make sure to visit vogue.com/podcast.

    • 31 min

Customer Reviews

3.7 out of 5
179 Ratings

179 Ratings

SydLeeeee ,

Great content but you guys NEED a sound editor or producer

Love the podcast but the inconsistency with your volume can be deafening. Please get that fixed.

Joanna C. H. ,

So great, vogue

smart and evocative. I binge listened to all 7 episodes and loved — especially great if you were in your 20s or 30s in the 90s and remember. . .

Veastman ,

THE REVIEWS ARE TRUE

The host is horrible - it’s obvious he does not do his research, he is rude and argumentative with the guests, and strikingly INAUTHENTIC.

I listened to the episode with Zac Posen. Posen’s intelligence and authenticity made the host’s ineptitude even more glaring. The host made several comments that Posen gently corrected; instead of apologizing, he argued with him! The host was so narrow-minded and inauthentic (which does not reflect the Vogue perspective at all!). Zac Posen said made a prediction about the future of fashion and the host didn’t even entertain the idea, he interrupted to say “no I don’t think so”. Zac Posen gave some context to his ideas and desceibed a time in the future where people may make their own Met Gala gowns and the host simply said “no, that would be terrible. No one should do that”.

I would LOVE to listen to a Vogue podcast that deep dives into relevant topics and highlights designers who are breaking the mold, but I can’t listen to even another episode of this.

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