Since 2004, podcasts have been a craze on social media. These digital episodes are essentially stories of interesting thoughts and anecdotes at your fingertips. From audio crime series like Serial to political exchange on NPR, there’s an array of categories available now to cater to various interests. With influential figures and internet stars creating their own platforms for discussion, it’s no surprise that fashion is following suit.
🔈Sound on . . . The Business of Fashion is launching a podcast, featuring conversations with designers, executives and other industry insiders, from Yohji Yamamoto to Gucci’s Marco Bizzarri. You’ll hear stories from some of the world’s most important figures in fashion, get an introduction on how to start a fashion business, and hear talks from our annual gathering VOICES. As well, we’ll have unscripted, in-depth conversations with some fascinating people from fashion and beyond. All you need to do to get started is subscribe today. We’d love your feedback, so please do let us know what you’d like to hear. Happy listening. [Link in bio] #podcast #fashion #listening
London-based fashion website Business of Fashion is launching their very own podcast. The eponymous show will be hosted by founder and Editor-in-chief Imran Ahmed and it will feature interviews with top industry personalities and designers such as Tommy Hilfiger and Yohji Yamamoto. “One of the best parts of my job is the opportunity I have to speak with industry insiders who share their expertise with me and teach me something in every conversation, which I am delighted to be able to now share with the wider BoF community,” says Ahmed in Business of Fashion.
Apart from Hilfger and Yamamoto, included in the lineup are Marco Bizzari, president of Gucci, Jose Neves, founder of Farfetch, and Ian Rogers, chief digital officer of LVMH.
The podcast is available for download today. There are a total of 6 episodes, wherein one or two episodes will be released per week. With its influence in fashion, there’s no doubt that BoF’s podcast will be a huge success and it will certainly provide interesting takes and dialogue on style.