This week on Let’s Talk Clothes I sit down with photographer, concert-goer, and merchandise enthusiast Blair Bouskill. In this episode Blair and I discuss making an outfit your own, the in’s and out’s of wearing your fandom on your sleeve — literally.
This week on Let’s Talk Clothes I sit down with former art student, current beekeeper, and wine enthusiast Madison Weir. In this episode Madison and I discuss early life fashion choices and influences, the utility of clothing, and brand loyalty.
This week it’s just me in the “studio” talking about second hand shopping — specifically thrift shopping.
What is it?
Why shop this way?
What are the pros and cons?
You get a front-row seat to my thoughts on the matter, along with some walks down memory lane.
I want to hear from you! What are your thoughts on second hand clothes? Love it? Leave it? Let me me know either by DMing me on Instagram at @talkclothespodcast or by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know if you’d like more solo, single-topic episodes like this.
Thanks for listening, and I’ll talk to you next week.
*art by Sarah Lazarovic
This week on Let’s Talk Clothes I sit down with lover of coffee and floral prints, Jess Lawther. In this episode Jess and I discuss the transition from student life to the “real world”, breaking the rules of fashion and style, and using clothing as a way of expressing yourself.
This week on Let’s Talk Clothes I sit down with artist, lover of plaid, and owner of an adorable cat/dog duo, Tyler Hyde. In this episode we talk about clothing as a necessity, sharing a wardrobe with your partner, and how constantly moving can inform your wardrobe. Originally from Sydney Mines, NS, Tyler recently moved to Toronto with his partner, Johnny, and seems to have found a good rhythm between his day hustle, and keeping up with his own art practice.
For the third episode of Let’s Talk Clothes I took some time out of my trip to Halifax, NS to visit with fellow fashion enthusiast, photographer and maker, and dear friend, Veronica Horsman. In this episode we discuss personal fashion influences and inspiration, vintage clothing, and how moving to the country can inform how you dress — or does it?
For the second episode I sit down with former server, reformed fast fashion shopper, and die-hard Toronto sports fan, Katie Amodeo. In this episode Katie and I discuss life transitions and how that translates into your wardrobe, personal fashion fears, and sharing wardrobe space with your partner.
For the inaugural episode of Let’s Talk Clothes it only seemed right to have fellow fashionista, vintage enthusiast, and long-time friend Alyssa Newman on as the first guest. In this episode Alyssa and I talk: body image, questionable fashion choices of our youths, and personal fashion philosophies.
Hello and welcome!
You may be asking yourself, “Who is this woman?” and “What is this project?” Let me fill you in. I am an artist and maker based in Toronto, with a BFA in Photography and Textiles, an MA in Fashion, and an avid listener of podcasts. This combination of skills and interests has led me to make my own podcast, with a twist. Each week I will sit down with my guests to talk about their relationship with clothing.
As we all know clothing is a visual medium. You know what’s not a visual medium? Podcasts. Because of this not only will I be talking to my guess about their relationships with clothing, I will also be photographing each guest and their wardrobe. These photographs will be posted each week, here on the blog, along with their accompanying episode, as well as on Instagram. This way you, the lovely listener, can see how each guest expresses themselves through their clothing and appearance.
I hope that you enjoy this project as is grows and develops.