After closing her eponymous classic keep final yr amid the pandemic, entrepreneur Charlotte Dallison turned to writing and podcasting.
The Melbourne-dependent vintage design qualified is prepared to unveil her newest task Tuesday, which is a podcast appropriately titled “Chez Charlotte Vintage.” The to start with episode is accessible for preview on Apple, just before hitting Spotify and Google Podcasts.
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“In the podcast, I talk with a array of aspirational creatives, with enviable vintage wardrobes, about their vintage design and style journey. The intent of the podcast is to get additional persons wearing more classic — no moth balls listed here, just fabulousness and sustainability, naturally,” said Dallison, who, herself, has Marilyn Monroe-esque tresses and can be witnessed in a variety of 1940s-fashion attire on her Instagram and the podcast’s webpage @Chezcharpod.
Speaker lineup for time a person includes broadcaster, creator and collector Claudia Chan Shaw Emmy award-nominated costume designer Marion Boyce vogue historian and owner of an enviable Bonnie Cashin archive Stephanie Lake, and classic fashion influencer and knitwear designer Natalie Joos, amongst quite a few some others.
The podcast trails the launch of a different sustainable style podcast known as “Hot Buttons,” which dips into the hottest sustainable trend news. As with other podcasts from Write-up Script Media Inc., the podcast is centered on climate transform education and learning.
With no heading into extended detail, Dallison claimed Chez Charlotte Classic is a “re-work” of her pre-present classic retail outlet, which she shut late very last yr. Yet another underlying motive was, “I also could not obtain a vintage manner podcast any where that I actually wished to pay attention to.”
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