Dior debuts in the world of podcasts with “Dior Talks” and, these days at home for the coronavirus emergency, the series is a gem to be included immediately in the playlists to listen to for all those who love fashion and art. The protagonists are artists, writers, creatives: strong female figures who have influenced the Dior aesthetic and who are particularly linked to the maison thanks to special collaborations and projects. The first two episodes of the series, conducted by London’s historical and art curator Katy Hessel, were launched on 8 March, the day dedicated to women.
The introductory episode, which inaugurates Dior Talks, is set in the heart of the Dior world: Maria Grazia Chiuri, in a dialogue with Katy Hessel, tells the behind the scenes of her work at Dior, her relationship with clothing and fashion , its link with feminist art. Listening to the new Dior podcast is a real invitation to enter the world of the maison and it almost seems to be next to the creative director of the brand and the historian who is interviewing her while walking through the Jardins du Luxembourg in Paris before entering the Parisian offices of Dior.
In the meantime, from 11 March it is possible to listen on all platforms, from Apple to Spotify via Google, as well as on the NET-A-PORTER website ‘Pieces of Me – My Life in Seven Garments’, the new Porter series that will feature seven female figures who will tell the salient phases of their life through the clothes they have worn on the occasions that are important to them. To inaugurate the series, Tracee Ellis Ross, actress famous for her battles for equality and respect also through the sitcom sitcom Black-ish i and daughter of superstar Diana Ross.
Two new podcasts to add to the list that fashion lovers to listen to already know: the recent evolution in podcast of the Miu Miu Musings project, conceived and moderated by Penny Martin which collects the debates held in London, New York and Beijing on topics such as photography and our relationship with the telephone, between expert opinions and informal discussions; Chanel with “3:55”, where the maison collected the last interview granted by Karl Lagerfeld; “Gucci Podcast”, in which the brand is also told through the voices of Alessandro Michele’s collaborators and of those who are part, with different roles, of the Gucci world; “The memory … with John Galliano”, Where the creative reveals the collections and the world of Maison Margiela; “The Faubourg of Dreams”, an invitation to enter the Hermès Parisian boutique to get to know its key figures; “Chloé Radio” registered in the symbolic Maison de la Radio, historical site of Radio France and tourist attraction of Paris; “Dream It Real” by Coach, dedicated to dreams and ways to turn them into reality.
Vogue Italia podcasts are dedicated to fashion and its protagonists:
– Inside Vogue Italia
– Fashion Tales:
– Of Love and Style:
– Masters of Fashion: