Fashion Podcasts To Tune Into Now

Photo: Garance Doré
Photo: Garance Doré

Podcasts are multiplying by the second. So much so that it almost seems impossible to listen to every raving recommendation from a friend. For those starting out in a career, listening to podcasts can either be a fantastic place to get advice or to instantly feel overwhelmed. For those looking for a career in fashion, especially fashion journalism, listen to these podcasts now. I promise you will only be invigorated with feelings of motivation and inspiration.

Garance Doré’s Pardon My French

Photo: Garance Doré
Photo: Garance Doré

Illustrator, author, entrepreneur, and blogger extraordinaire, Garance Doré expanded her world into podcasts early this year and what a joy. She brings her infectious curiosity and optimism into the world of conversation, interviewing everyone who inspires her. Her conversations range from interviews with fashion icons like Michael KorsPhillip Lim, and Pat Cleveland, to chats with her friends in the studio about tattoos, sex, and exercise. Her elegance, authenticity, and passion make for a podcast you can’t miss.

The PanDolly Podcast

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Fashion Features Editor Pandora Sykes and dating columnist Dolly Alderton of The Sunday Times Style host a pop culture podcast that balances poise and hilarity. Every Friday they tackle the week’s news, fashion advice, and the latest in pop culture ridiculousness. They analyze every tweet, highlight moment, and catastrophe in a way you wish you and your friends could do. Filled with brilliant advice about careers in writing, being “modern women”, and young, driven professionals, you’ll feel motivated to become their best friends within moments of tuning in. Their “high street buys of the week” are always worth a listen.

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Emma Gannon is a force to be reckoned with. At 27, she has already built up such an impressive career, including author of her very own book about growing up on the Internet. Her refreshingly optimistic attitude toward the World Wide Web imbues her listeners with a new perspective about the Digital Age. She herself is a perfect example. Her blog, originally titled Girl Lost in the City, which she vigilantly worked on grew to so much success that she could quit her day job and seize the world. Her conversations with inspiring women, including Liz Gilbert and Cheryl Strayed, are amazingly mature and insightful.

Oh Boy by Man Repeller

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Hosted by filmmaker Jay Buim, Oh Boy focuses on conversations with women in the arts, tech, and beyond. Buim’s unique humour provides insight into the lives of brilliant, creative, powerful women, such as Leandra Medine and Lena Dunham‘s mum, artist Laurie Simmons. His next big interview goal is Kathryn Bigelow.

New York Fashion Week Street Style Report

Spring / Summer ’17 shows in New York once again brought together a diverse play of prints, fits, and vibes. While the runways were shining with a fresh scent of spring summer visions, street style lived here, in this moment. We were able to view an eclectic collection of on-my-way-to-a-show moments at the fashion capital. The streets were decorated with style stars in stunning candy-tones and monochrome fits, not to mention that the concrete jungle heat wave stopped no attendees from projecting their best looks this fashion week. You’re currently obsessing over sparkly slides, puffy sleeves, or silky jewel-toned slips, and we are too. These are the few of many ensembles that played our hearts.

Velvet Dreams

We saw it all over Victoria Beckham‘s runway, and it’s making its way back into our lives in all shades and forms. Summer sun brought these velvet looks to life, and we can’t wait to channel our textural love this fall.

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Shea Marie and Caroline Vreeland strutting down in their matching looks- on and off the Rebecca Minkoff runway.

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Rainbow hair, silk ties, flare bottoms AND blue velvet boots? Irene is always fashion week ready.


Yellow was a favourite colour on the streets.

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We adore this layered look. Take note, only half of your dress tucked in for your next occasion.

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Kate Foley’s Balloon sleeves! It’s shaping the trends.

Silky Slips

Easy breezy silk slips strolled down the streets- from blush to jewel tones, we’re loving all of these effortless looks, as they double the fun for accessorizing and layering.

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Leandra Medine and Amelia Diamond’s best friend coordinates in action.

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Rock n’ roll vibes from model Sora Choi’s off-duty look. Romantic blush slip paired with all black accessories. Now, this  really speaks her style.

Wrapped in Pink

Soft pink tones head-to-toe, wrapped silhouettes, and the comfiest footwear to make the NYFW rush a little more dainty.

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Lovely texture and colour details- plus, a metallic accessory. How would you recreate this look?

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Toronto’s favourite blogger Justine strolling down the streets of NYC in pastel tones. Pop of baby blue makes the cut!

Party Pants

Satin, suede, velvet, and, denim. Pants were a staple in all cuts and fits.

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With a play on texture, fit, or colour, this duo proves to be layering experts.

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Ruffles on pants, these are some amazing party pants.

Denim + Denim

Denim on denim on denim… The Canadian Tuxedo never gets old.

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This time around, we spotted quite a number of dresses over denim on our favourite street style captures.

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Team Novella, LOVE. Our Editor-in-Chief Drew Brown and Fashion Editor Ryan Wohlgemut rocking their denim looks.