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The best sustainable fashion podcasts

Last year with shared with you our favourite podcasts featuring good people doing nice things. Here are some more good podcast-people doing nice things for the fashion industry.

 

Conscious Chatter

Kestrel Jenkins wants to live in a world where sustainability, ethics and fashion can thrive together and her podcast reflects this beautifully. Conscious Chatter dives into many facets of the industry as Kestrel talks to designers, influencers, sustainable fashion advocates and even garment factory workers about fashion, discussing its environmental and societal impacts. 

 

Fashion Revolution Podcast

From the people who gave us the Who Made my Clothes campaign comes this three-part podcast, although we hope they do more! International fashion journalist Tamsin Blanchard focuses on sustainability, ethics and transparency in the industry, conducting interviews and investigations before unpacking action plans to help us be our best, sustainable-fashion selves.

  

 

 

The Ethical Fashion Room

This one’s for those wanting to get into the sustainable-fashion business. Hosted by Vivify Fabrics founder Edwina Huang and Fashion entrepreneur Julia Van Der Sommen, The Ethical Fashion Room explores topics like how to build a sustainable fashion label and gives you the low-down on sustainability certification. Julia and Edwina also chat to leaders in the industry, offering advice to emerging sustainable labels.

 

Wardrobe Crisis Podcast

Author of the book Wardrobe Crisis and sustainability editor-at-large for Vogue Australia, Clare Press is a local leader in sustainable fashion. Clare discusses sustainable fashion and the industry itself from many angles, interviewing a diverse array of people, from environmentalist Tim Flannery to fashion designer Gosia Piatek. 

 

Do you have a favourite podcast to go to for a dose of sustainable fashion education? Let us know in the comments below.

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    Ruth Evenhuis
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