The Best Podcasts While at Home

“Tell me what you’re listening to, I’ll tell you who you are.” 

Podcasts are the new Eldorado, because today we are no longer asking What are you watching? But instead we ask What are you listening to?

This new way of listening has grown enormously, and all subjects are covered. It’s characterized by transgenerational use, since listening to a podcast has become an activity that appeals to all generations, women and men. For several years, podcasts have successfully evolved, and their multifaceted aspect is one of the reasons. 

Being a podcaster has become the new profession that keeps everyone intrigued. Content creators, fashion’s magazines, such as ELLE and Vogue, radio shows such as France Culture, and even designers, influencers, and public figures have succumbed to it.

The themes cover everything from fashion, culture, art, design, politics etc. Every taste Is pleased. 

Galerie Joseph would like to present its selection of the best podcasts to listen to with no moderation. In quarantine, this new tool will allow you to escape, while educating yourself.

Fashion Podcasts, Where Great Minds Meet

Since 2016, this new phenomenon has imposed itself on all fronts.

And today, talking about fashion with Kim Jones, Nelly Rodi, and the CEOs of the biggest brands, or young entrepreneurs is the challenge of fashion podcasts. They have flourished on new listening platforms. This is an opportunity to go behind the scenes of this industry, as well as analyze our relationship to clothing, new trends, and technology. The big fashion professionals respond to the questions that remain unanswered. 

CHIFFON: The Pioneer of Fashion Podcasts in France

The journalist Valérie Tribes was the first in France to create a podcast dedicated to fashion.

Chiffon comprises interviews with personalities who bring new ideas to her podcast. You may hear men, women, creators, sports stars, musicians, and writers; some are known and some are not. All ages and all the experiences have passed behind the pioneer’s microphone, for spontaneous interviews where they talk freely about their relationship with clothing and an extension of subjects related to fashion.

You can listen to Anna Dello Russo, editor-in-chief of Vogue Japan, and Julie Marlene Perlissier, head of sustainability communications at H&M France. The brand notably closed Paris Fashion Week in one of the Galerie Joseph showrooms in the Marais with P.E Nation: A collaboration that was presented in the immersive Studio 7 Bachaumont to reveal new eco-responsible sports outfits.

Dior Talks, The Podcast That Gives Women a Voice

The artistic director of Dior, Maria Grazia Chiuri, is worth listening to.

She’s the first female DA since the creation of the French brand. Maria has become one of the most committed designers of her generation.

In the Dior Talks podcast, she talks about her childhood, her inspirations, her relationship to clothing, as well as the way she incorporated feminism into her creative process.

In her new audio program, you will have the opportunity to listen to episodes of around 30 minutes. They approach feminist art through discussions with fashion professionals and inspirational artists, like Paola Ugolini, and Judy Chicago.

Entreprendre Dans La Mode, A Passion for Design

Adrien Garcia is a designer. Each week, giving voice to key players within the fashion industry, he is guided by his passion in addition to his desire to know the journey of creators, entrepreneurs, journalists, PR, investors, photographers, and influencers.

They answer simple but interesting questions from Adrien, revealing details of their careers and their strategies to innovate and develop their work in the industry. 

This is the podcast to listen to for those who want to work and do business in fashion.

His guests are passionate. He notably received Nelly Rodi, Antonin Chartier from Jimmy Fairly, Sarah Andelman former founder of Collette.

In time of quarantine, he is meeting professionals like Dan Arrouas, CEO of Ba&ash, and René Célestin founder of OBO, and David Zmirov from Zmirov Communication, to understand their issues and their strategies for life after COVID 19.

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The Cultural Podcast of The Orsay Museum

Now closed during Covid-19, the Orsay Museum offers podcasts centered around painting. A podcast called Promenades Imaginaires relates to the fictional stories of paintings from the archives of the Paris Museum. The latter also makes a connection between The Louvre artworks and those from the Georges Pompidou Center.

Among the great works that the Orsay Museum presents, you can find The Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh and The Gleaners by Jean François Millet, as well as The Origin of the World by Gustave Courbet.

This podcast will fascinate and cultivate you during this pandemic.

France Culture Podcasts. You Will Surely Find Your Happiness 

France Culture offers, through this new tool, several categorized subjects. Just type a word and all its complexity will be highlighted. A rich diversity: between culture, sport, politics, society, fashion, design, decoration, environment, personal development, etc.

You will find interviews, intimate discussions, and perfectly analyzed subjects.

France Culture offers you the opportunity to listen to inspiring podcasts, made by knowledgeable experts who allow themselves be get carried away by beautiful meetings and will keep you informed of all the news at a national and international level.

A Poêle, The Podcast That Stands Out

Gastronomy is an inexhaustible source of reflections. The approaches, and the stories, differ from one chef to another. Showing feelings and passions on the plate depends on the inspiration of these, as well as those of entrepreneurs and artisans who try to evolve and reinvent themselves.

Culinary podcasts are captivating and will allow you to discover the latest food trend, as well as thoughts on eating habits and new innovations in the world of gastronomy.

Culinary journalist Julie Gerbet leads the podcast that gives voice to the major professionals in the current food scene. Chefs such as Cyril Lignac and Alexandre Mazzia have told Julie’s audience about their experiences, as well as Alain Ducasse and Pierre Touitou. They tell us about the way restaurants are evolving, plates are reinvented, and they reveal new innovations in pastry, catering, etc.

Craftsmen such as Maison Verot, as well as entrepreneurs like Delphine Plisson and Alexandre Giesbert, explained to the journalist the difficulties they faced while trying to start their careers in a very competitive world.

In quarantine, Julie Gerbet tries to discover new virtual eras in the food scene: table shapes, changing consumer habits, and also the creativity that emanates from professionals during this health situation.

This is a real documentation that we can listen to on the food world, that the journalist gives us the opportunity to discover.