Nov 11, 2019
S3 Ep18 CLARE PRESS: presenter of the Wardrobe Crisis podcast and Australian VOGUE's Sustainability Editor - on working in magazines and fashion, protest and how to make a difference, and vintage clothing.
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Pre-Loved Podcast: Clare Press
This week’s guest is Clare Press. Clare Press is the presenter of the Wardrobe Crisis podcast and Australian VOGUE's Sustainability Editor-at-Large. Clare is the author of three books, Dressing Table, Wardrobe Crisis, How We Went From Sunday Best to Fast Fashion and Rise & Resist, How to change the world. She is currently writing her fourth book about the future of fashion.
I have mentioned it before on here, but Clare is a huge inspiration for me as a writer and podcaster, and I completely admire her work on fashion and sustainability.
We talk about Clare’s incredible sense for amazing vintage finds, her history working in magazines and fashion, sustainability and protest, how to make a difference, and of course, personal style! - let’s dive right in!
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