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In season 2 of In Vogue: The 2000s, we explore how fashion fused with every aspect of pop culture to become a global entertainment engine ubiquitous in culture--impinging on the global consciousness like never before. From Nicholas Ghesquière awakening the sleeping fashion house of Balenciaga, to Vogue putting the couture into Juicy Couture, and discussing Carrie Bradshaw’s influence on trendy 2000s fashion with Sarah Jessica Parker, we cover the iconic looks that defined the decade. Hear ho ...
 
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October is back, which means we are once again choosing movies that scare us; some of us do it more willingly than others... our "Final Destination" chat includes our thoughts about what warning signs would get us off a plane, a fun little personification of death, and a vocal appearance by our youngest and cutest podcaster. Happy October!…
 
Take a behind-the-scenes tour of Vogue’s iconic 2003 photoshoot, Alice in Wonderland. Brought to life by photographer Annie Leibovitz and Vogue editor Grace Coddington, the shoot starred Natalia Vodianova and thirteen of the decade’s most influential designers. From conception to completion, listen in on how Annie and Grace pulled off such an imagi…
 
The attacks on 9/11 disrupted the entire American cultural and economic landscape. With the fashion industry in a period of instability, the next wave of fashion talent would need help to stay afloat. Vogue recognized the need to support emerging designers and in partnership with the CFDA, created the Fashion Fund. The fund paved the way for influe…
 
In the early 2000s, mass fashion and high fashion collided at Paris couture Fashion Week. Instigated by former Vogue editor Sally Singer for a Vogue April 2003 feature, Gela Nash-Taylor and Pamela Skaist-Levy, founders of Juicy Couture, won the hearts of high fashion’s most revered names. Their signature zip-ups and tracksuits dominated the marketp…
 
Few designers in the 2000s pushed boundaries, stirred conversation, and made statements like Nicolas Ghesquière. At twenty-five years old, Nicolas took over the dormant fashion house of Balenciaga. As a young, unproven designer, no one foresaw the explosion of ingenuity that would follow. Ghesquière incorporated the influential creations of Balenci…
 
Throughout the 2000s, the Metropolitan Museum Costume Institute Benefit—better known as the Met Gala— rose in exuberance and notoriety, becoming the Superbowl of fashion. No longer an exclusive evening for those “in the business,” the gala began welcoming prominent artists, entertainers, and politicians alike. The broad spectrum of prominent cultur…
 
No model defined the 2000s like Brazilian bombshell Gisele Bündchen, whose multifaceted charm and charisma catapulted the fashion industry beyond the waif supermodels of the 1990s and into the curvaceous runway of the new millennium. The decade was a smash hit for Gisele. Her infectious personality and era defining look led to her dominance through…
 
In season 2 of In Vogue: The 2000s, we explore how fashion fused with every aspect of pop culture to become a global entertainment engine ubiquitous in culture--impinging on the global consciousness like never before. From Nicholas Ghesquière awakening the sleeping fashion house of Balenciaga, to Vogue putting the couture into Juicy Couture, and di…
 
What time is it? It's time to get your head in the game, because this week we invited three avid High School Musical fans to make their best case for why their High School Musical movie is superior. You can bet on it to be a good one, but at the end of the day, we're all in this together.Let's talk about the 2000's által
 
We cover a lot of things in this one (weird/bad parenting, our deep love for gone-too-soon Gary...), but maybe most important are the multiple Mark Wahlberg impressions we offer. There might be too many of them, but this movie was wild so we had to find some way to cope - no shame if you feel the need to try one of your own!…
 
Thank you for joining us on this very special day! After many searches, both online and in a Vintage Stock (sponsor us!), we have finally found, watched and discussed the 2002 long-lost treasure, Crossroads. Just like this movie's lady gang (led by the ICONIC Britney Spears) we too have been on a journey - #NotAGirl #NotYetAWoman…
 
As we close the series, Vogue editors and source interviews throughout the season reflect on what they consider to be the ending of the 90’s. Some purists argue that the decade ends on Dec 31, 1999, others have pivotal moments that flag the end of the zeitgeist before transitioning to the 00’s. To catch up on the season and to access additional Vog…
 
Music and fashion have always had a symbiotic relationship, but not until the emergence of hip hop did we see the direct influence of music and music-makers on the fashion industry—and vice versa. This episode is a culmination of the cultural prominence of hip hop, from Dapper Dan’s Harlem Boutique to Tupac walking in a Versace show in Milan. We ex…
 
This week, in honor of John Galliano's birthday, we're releasing a special episode featuring an extended interview with John Galliano on his career in fashion. For more on this week’s episode and to access additional Vogue content, make sure to visit vogue.com/podcast. Don’t miss out on new episodes of In Vogue: The 1990s on: Apple Podcasts: listen…
 
You're going to have to commit for a long time to find out how we feel about the 2000 movie "Boys and Girls"... just kidding, we let you know that we hate it in the first two minutes. Sorry to the fans, but we still love Freddie Prinze Jr. (OF COURSE), and have an extensive list of specific and hilarious complaints to share with you. Enjoy, and we'…
 
After years working alongside Karl Lagerfeld, Virginie Viard is quietly and confidently reimagining Chanel for the house’s next chapter. Listen to the exclusive spoken audio article from Vogue here. This article was read by Hamish Bowles. Read along to the full story here, and for more of Hamish and Vogue, make sure to subscribe to In Vogue: The 19…
 
By the mid 90’s, fashion had ceased to be an insular, self-sustaining industry. The fashion ecosystem expanded rapidly to include celebrities as aspirational symbols of fashion and status in popular culture. We chronicle the era when pop culture became the vehicle for a mass education in high fashion. Voices featured, in order of appearance: Kristi…
 
This weekend, we're delighted to be bringing you an exclusive spoken audio version of Vogue's December cover story. In Vogue: The 1990s host Hamish Bowles interviewed Harry Styles in a wide-ranging conversation spanning Styles' Tokyo travel plans, making music, and his refusal to be defined by boundaries and labels in fashion. You won't want to mis…
 
By the mid 90’s, New York City had married the European couturier model with the commercial power of Seventh Avenue, and had begun to overshadow Paris and Milan as the most important fashion capital in the world. Around the same time, a downtown school of designers and cultural figures began to react against the corporatized, uptown school, establi…
 
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