Whether you’re new to sustainable fashion or a longtime fan of all things susty, it’s always a good idea to stay informed about the latest in sustainable and ethical fashion. Knowledge about labor and environmental injustice, as well as the possible ethical alternatives, allow us to become educated citizens, and this is the first step in becoming an advocate and changemaker. Here are 11 sustainable fashion podcasts that should be on your list.

Wardrobe Crisis by Clare Press

With over 1 million downloads and over 145 episodes, Wardrobe Crisis addresses issues like climate change, plastic pollution, and the treatment of garment makers with a sense of lighthearted humor and vulnerability. With a guestlist full of supermodels, designers, activists, economists, and industry professionals, host Clare Press covers all the bases.

Conscious Chatter by Kestrel Jenkins

Hosted by Kestrel Jenkins, Conscious Chatter is focused on exploring the intersection between inclusivity and sustainability. Jenkins brings new meaning to sustainable and ethical fashion through the examination of how “oppressive systems impact the sustainable fashion space.”

 

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Pre-Loved Podcast by Emily Stochl 

Remake’s own Emily Stochl talks secondhand fashion and vintage style on Pre-Loved Podcast, where she interviews a new guest each week. Launched in 2018, Stochl has interviewed a number of vintage resellers, fashion brands, susty influencers, and other industry professionals, including Elizabeth Cline and Zero Waste Daniel.

Fashion Revolution Podcast

Through investigations and interviews, nonprofit organization Fashion Revolution’s podcast “explores the hidden stories behind the clothing we wear” through the lens of transparency. Their three-part podcast series Who Made My Clothes? takes a closer look at the living and working conditions of garment makers, and explores ways of improving these conditions.

American Fashion

Since its launch in 2014, American Fashion has released over 250 episodes covering the ever-changing fashion industry, with many featuring ethical and sustainable fashion topics. As a “deep dive” interview series, the podcast focuses on the inner workings of the fashion industry as both a business and an art form.

 

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Sustainably Influenced by Bianca Foley and Charlotte Williams

If you’re looking for a sustainability podcast hosted by women of color, look no further than Sustainably Influenced. Hosts Bianca Foley and Charlotte Williams “shed a little light” on sustainable fashion terminology and the different “aspects of living a conscious lifestyle” through a series of interviews with experts in sustainability and ethics.

Spirit of 608

Launched by longtime fashion journalist and media expert Lorraine Sanders, Spirit of 608 shares the stories and advice of female founders in “FEST” or Fashion, Entrepreneurship, Sustainability, and Tech. With over 200 episodes covering everything from influencer marketing to the secondhand market, this podcast is an encyclopedia for all things fashion business.

Business With Purpose by Molly Stillman

Business With Purpose takes listeners backstage with “some of the world’s most generous entrepreneurs.” Host Molly Stillman states that she believes “that every person was created with a purpose, for a purpose and this podcast gives inspiration for how we can all make an impact by supporting businesses with purpose.”

 

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Style With Substance

Each week, Style With Substance explores a new topic regarding sustainability in fashion with an “industry insider guest.” Host Lucy Kebell, founder of the Venduer, discusses “clothing recycling, renting your wardrobe, thrifting and fashion that gives back to the planet.”

Wear Your Values by Echte

The Wear Your Values podcast by Echte explains common sustainability jargon used and the lifecycle of a garment. Over the course of several episodes, Echte details “what it takes” for a brand to be truly sustainable.

Fashion: No Filter by Camille Charriere and Monica Ainley

Fashion: No Filter provides listeners with a “unique, behind the scenes look at how the fashion industry operates.” Fashion journalists Camille Charriere and Monica Ainley provide an honest and humorous take on fashion’s most relevant topics, from sustainability to influencer drama.

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