Fashion And Beauty Podcasts
<p>The team who brought you Glamour’s Hey, It’s OK... proudly present Is It Just Me? Each week Jo Elvin, James Williams and a celebrity guest debate the funniest, weirdest and most pressing dilemmas: from social media to mental health, to, erm… bra washing. Are you alone in your strong opinions on trivial stuff? Tune in and find out!</p>
By Jo Elvin & James Williams
<p>The only Office Hours you will actually want to attend. In each episode, College Fashionista's Founder, Amy Levin Klein, chats with inspiring fashion and beauty insiders about the industry, career paths and what they have learned along the way. Listeners can expect to gain invaluable insight and inspiration on furthering their own careers while getting access to conversations you won't hear anywhere else. Get ready to get schooled in style (and learn a thing or two in the process)!</p><p>To contact us with comments, questions, or speaker ideas please e-mail email@example.com</p>
By Amy Levin Klein
<p>At Black Girl Magic headquarters, senior editors Cori Murray (@corimurray), Charli Penn (@ManWifeDog) host ESSENCE's Yes, Girl! Podcast every Thursday. The award-nominated, podcast fills your glass with celebrity interviews, pop culture and unapologetic perspective. From week-to-week, they're uplifting everybody who’s taking Black culture a little higher. </p>
By ESSENCE PODCAST NETWORK
Covering the ins and outs of all things footwear, from sneakers to heels, loafers to slippers and every type of shoe in between. Brought to you by the FDRA and FFANY, the footwear industry’s associations focused on retail, trade, politics and fashion…helping create and enhance conversations on all things footwear.
By Footwear Distributors & Retailers of America (FDRA)
The Chasing a Fox in a Little Black Dress online radio show chronicles the adventures of Sistah Finn and Helena Bee as they chase foxes, fashion, and fun in this twice-a-month show on the Horse Radio Network. Whether you are a fox hunting equestrian, an eventer, jumper, or equitation rider, Chasing a Fox is sure to bring a smile to your face as well as some expert advice on what to wear while you're hell bent for leather.
I learned to crochet in a professional development course called “Crochet for Stress Relief.” I had never been much of a crafty person — but I fell in love with the fiber arts. A few years later, I learned to knit by watching video tutorials. Next, I took my first spinning class and purchased a Louet. When my mother discovered a loom in her attic, I took it home. The setting for all of this crafting is a lovely tea house near Delaware Water Gap, PA. I’ve been a longtime listener of audio podcasts and I’m happy to add my contribution with Yarns at Yin Hoo, which I will release in August of 2013.