28/06/2017
Educate yourself.

Words by

Tara Smith

In a follow-up to her book Wardrobe Crisis, fashion journalist Clare Press has released a series of podcasts under the same name. As with the paperback, the Wardrobe Crisis podcasts explore the effects the fashion industry has on both people and the planet. 

They involve a number of interviews with key players in the industry, picking apart the issues at hand with thoughtful and informed conversation. 

Episode one is out now, talking body image, sustainable fashion and tackling ocean plastic with marine biologist and activist Laura Wells.

You can have a listen to the first ep here or click here to read about what’s to come.

clarepress.com

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