Bored of listening to the same Spotify playlist on your daily commute? Take your mind on a journey with our pick of the best style and pop-culture podcasts. From a unique behind-the-scenes look at how the fashion industry works to discussions on society’s relationship with the Internet, here’s the five podcasts you need to subscribe to now…
1. Fashion: No Filter
From fashion journalists and street-style stars Camille Charriere and Monica Ainley, Fashion: No Filter is the definitive podcast about the industry. Each episode features exclusive interviews with fellow insiders like Leandra Medine and tackles fundamental issues, from fashion’s relationship with Instagram to what men really think of our outfits…
2. At Home With…
FINALLY we can announce our big secret. @theannaedit & I are launching a podcast 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 We’re going to be going into the homes of people we admire & chatting to them about their careers, wardrobes, pets… everything! We would LOVE it if you subscribed to “At Home With…” ready for Wednesday morning when we release our first ever episode. Omg, I’m so excited! Thanks to @lydiaxcollins for the photography, @artistresidence for the beautiful venue & @smukkeberg for the cover art! Link to subscribe in my bio 👆🏼🎧
Lifestyle content creators Lily Pebbles and Anna Newton created At Home With… in the belief that our houses say so much about who we are. Each episode opens the front doors of some seriously stylish people, like make-up artist Lisa Eldridge, blogger Kate La Vie and Glamour’s Jo Elvin, to take us on tour of their homes and, ultimately, their lives so far…
3. Pardon My French
Author of the New York Times best-selling book Love Style Life, Garance Doré started Pardon My French to share her point-of-view on everyday subjects in relaxed, honest conversations. Gwyneth Paltrow’s guide to living an integrated life is a notable highlight.
4. The High Low
EPISODE 21 of The High Low is now out ~ link in bio. Today, we are discussing the response to the Charlottesville tragedy inc. twatheat Trump’s refusal to acknowledge racism and the tweet from Lorde that divided the internet. Also: the curious case of Chloe Ayling and why we need to drop this cookie-cutter idea of what a ‘valid’ victim looks like. Fun fact from today’s Top Line: Primark have clarified that you don’t pronounce it Prymark or Premark but Pry-er-mark. Who’d a thunk it? Click on the bio to see what we’ve been reading this week and don’t forget to rate review and subscribe on iTunes!
The High Low is a weekly pop-culture and news podcast hosted by journalists Pandora Sykes and Dolly Alderton. Based on the belief that ‘a life well-lived is one that enjoys both the trivial and the political,’ they discuss everything from Donald Trump to National Sandwich Week with the wit, fun and openness of two BFFs.
5. CTRL, ALT, DELETE
New podcast episode now live 💥 I bloody love scheduling tools: sending out emails, publishing blogs, updating new podcast episodes all while not being anywhere near a laptop. 🛀🍸💏👀👍 This week’s episode is with brilliant Cathy Rentzenbrink, the author of A Manual For Heartache, a friendly hand-hold book to have on your bookshelf for times of grief, heartache and tough times. I went to @panmacmillan offices and we chatted about therapy, social media, what-not-to-say to people struggling with heartache, public and private selves and dealing with shit situations. Type Ctrl Alt Delete into iTunes or Acast. 🎙️
Former social media editor of British Glamour, Emma Gannon wrote the book CTRL ALT DELETE to tell her story of growing up online. Her podcast asks other people to do the same, creating conversations around how the Internet and social media have changed our lives forever. Be sure to listen to the episodes with Lena Dunham, Gillian Anderson and Tavi Gevinson.