Non-Binary Fashion & Everyday Life: In Conversation with Ellis Furman

Philippa and Katie speak with Laurier University PhD candidate Ellis Furman about the shifting ways of dressing as one comes to understand the importance of gender identity and dress with shifting gender identity, the importance of drag, and the perspective of fashion and queerness from the perspective of a fashion outsider.

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SoF Live at Glassbox Gallery with Gill Linto, CEO of Bryonesque

Philippa speaks with Gill Linton about the development of digital vintage avant-garde fashion platform Byronesque. They discuss how to translate culture through clothing and the importance of maintaining the analog feeling of vintage pieces through digitization.

This episode was recorded live at Glassbox Gallery ( for the closing of Parsons Paris first year MA Fashion Studies' exhibition "Un-Making the Fashion Digital Image." 


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Slow + Fashion: An Oxymoron or a Promise for the Future?: In Conversation with Dr. Hazel Clark

Katie sits down with Professor of Design Studies and Fashion Studies and Research Chair of Fashion at Parsons NYC Hazel Clark, to talk about her article "Slow + Fashion: An Oxymoron or a Promise for the Future?", fast fashion, and what a sustainable fashion industry could look like in the future.

"Je post donc je suis": Conversation with Influencer Camille Charrière

Philippa & Katie sit down with influencer and co-host of the podcast Fashion No Filter Camille Charrière. The three discuss influencer culture, Slimane’s Celine, how to please your followers (if you should at all), and when to log off.

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Blogging, Influencing and the Field of Fashion: A Conversation with Agnès Rocamora

Katie and Philippa travel to London to interview Professor Agnès Rocamora at the London College of Fashion to discuss Professor Rocamora’s work on fashion bloggers, the mediatization of fashion and the way this is evolving with different social media platforms.

Fashioning the Fat Female Body in the 20th and 21st Century: A Conversation with Dr. Lauren Downing Peters

Katie Wilkes sits down with Dr. Lauren Downing Peters, Assistant Professor of Fashion Studies at Columbia College Chicago. The two discuss Dr. Downing Peters' work, specifically her PhD research titled "Stoutwear and the Discourse of Disorder: Constructing the Fat Female Body in American Fashion in the Age of Standardization, 1915-1930.