Seven fashion podcasts for style hounds

Pieces of Me: My Life in Seven Garments

Featuring interviews with actress Tracee Ellis Ross and women’s rights activist Zainab Salbi, this podcast from Net-a-Porter looks at how what we wear impacts our lives. Porter editor-in-chief Sarah Bailey asks each guest to share seven personal garments and explain why they’re important to them.

Gauthier Borsarello of French label Holiday Boileau: one of the guests on HandCut Radio | Image: Robert Spangle

HandCut Radio 

London-based journalist and How To Spend It contributor Aleks Cvetkovic interviews fellow writers, designers and other fashion personalities on this podcast exploring different impacts on the industry and examining “why menswear matters”. His guests have included Husbands’ Nicolas Gabard and Holiday Boileau’s Gauthier Borsarello, who are both helping to shape Paris’ independent menswear scene, as well as menswear designer/The Great British Sewing Bee presenter Patrick

Dior Talks

This podcast from Dior focuses on the different elements that have shaped the house, both historically and in the present day, while examining the space where fashion and culture intersect. Season one looks at feminist art and features interviews with Judy Chicago and Tracey Emin, while season two focuses on the women behind the French brand.

Artist Judy Chicago (seen here with Dior creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri) has appeared on Dior Talks

Miu Miu Musings

This three-part series, hosted in London, New York and Beijing, sees guest hosts debate different topics in a room full of names from the worlds of fashion, art and media. Each episode poses for and against arguments to statements such as “It’s time to break up with our phones” and “We need to stop taking photographs”. Contributors have included writer and tech expert Aminatou Sow and design critic Alice Rawsthorn.

Creative director Fabien Baron can be heard on The Collector’s House | Image: Darren Gerrish

The Collector’s House

This podcast from MatchesFashion asks designers, artists and writers to share the objects that are of special significance to them, while also delving into their creative processes. It’s hosted by Danielle Radojcin and highlights include interviews with photographer Nick Knight and creative directors Fabien Baron and Paco Rabanne’s Julien Dossena.


In this weekly podcast, New York-based host Jeremy Kirkland interviews people in and around the fashion industry to explore how it’s changing. Guests have included actor Jake Lacy, tailor Edward Sexton and film director Paul Feig. 

The Memory of… with John Galliano

Launched in tandem with Maison Margiela’s “Artisanal” couture collections, this podcast sees creative director John Galliano talk about the inspiration behind his shows. Each episode is about 12 minutes and offers a fascinating insight into the inner workings of a quite unique mind.