Just after closing her eponymous vintage keep last year amid the pandemic, entrepreneur Charlotte Dallison turned to producing and podcasting.
The Melbourne-based classic model expert is all set to unveil her hottest task Tuesday, which is a podcast properly titled “Chez Charlotte Vintage.” The initial episode is readily available for preview on Apple, right before hitting Spotify and Google Podcasts.
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“In the podcast, I speak with a array of aspirational creatives, with enviable vintage wardrobes, about their classic type journey. The objective of the podcast is to get more people carrying extra classic — no moth balls listed here, just fabulousness and sustainability, by natural means,” explained Dallison, who, herself, has Marilyn Monroe-esque tresses and can be noticed in a vary of 1940s-type attire on her Instagram and the podcast’s web site @Chezcharpod.
Speaker lineup for time 1 contains broadcaster, writer and collector Claudia Chan Shaw Emmy award-nominated costume designer Marion Boyce manner historian and owner of an enviable Bonnie Cashin archive Stephanie Lake, and vintage model influencer and knitwear designer Natalie Joos, amongst lots of other people.
The podcast trails the start of a different sustainable fashion podcast identified as “Hot Buttons,” which dips into the latest sustainable trend news. As with other podcasts from Post Script Media Inc., the podcast is centered on local climate modify training.
Without the need of heading into prolonged depth, Dallison claimed Chez Charlotte Classic is a “re-work” of her pre-existing vintage keep, which she closed late final year. Yet another fundamental motive was, “I also could not discover a classic fashion podcast any where that I actually wished to hear to.”
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