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The Run-Through with Vogue

The Run-Through with Vogue

Author: Vogue

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Hosts Chioma Nnadi and Chloe Malle – both longtime Vogue writers/editors – take you inside the world of Vogue. Each episode features conversations with Vogue editors, creatives, and cover stars. Who's the new designer you should be paying attention to? And what are Vogue editors buzzing about this week? Listen to The Run-Through with Vogue to find out. This is the podcast to listen to when you want to be in the know about fashion and culture. 
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88 Episodes
Chioma sits down with British Vogue’s Jess Diner and Hannah Coates to discuss all things beauty and wellness – from nail art trends to facial injectables to beans (yes, beans). Plus, Chloe gives a rundown on Brooklyn’s big week of fashion, between the Dior show at the Brooklyn Museum and the WNBA Draft at BAM. 
Zendaya is the new American and British Vogue cover star! Law Roach, the man behind Zendaya’s image, talks to Chloe and Chioma about styling the covers, Zendaya’s iconic red carpet ‘fits, and whether or not he’s still retired (you will have to listen to find out!).
Gillian Anderson talks about playing a journalist in the new film “Scoop,” and about the unforgettable dress that she wore to this year’s Golden Globes. Also, a dispatch from Shanghai Fashion Week, and Angel Reese’s big Vogue news!
We start the show with breaking news about a new Creative Director at Valentino. Then Chloe and Chioma are joined by Vogue’s Alexandra Macon and Elise Taylor to talk about what makes a great Vogue Wedding. They talk about the most memorable weddings they’ve covered, from Serena Williams to Kourtney Kardashian and their wedding pet peeves (no donut walls, please). Plus, Vogue’s Liam Hess and José Criales-Unzueta discuss the albums they are anticipating this spring from Beyoncé’s “Cowboy Carter” to Dua Lipa’s “Radical Optimism.” This episode of The Run-Through is presented by Graff.
Chloe sits down with Eva Chen to talk about balancing work (she runs fashion partnerships at Instagram), parenting (she has 3 kids), and fashion (she loved Loewe in Paris). Chioma talks to designer Batsheva Hay about her previous life as a lawyer, her new store in NYC, and casting a runway show with models all over age 40.
Chioma is joined by FKA twigs. Together, they chat about twigs’s highly anticipated album, her leading acting role in “The Crow,” and how she stays in a state of “eusexua” (tune in to find out what that means!). Also in this episode, British Vogue’s Giles Hattersley sits down with the hosts to talk about royal conspiracy theories and the potential TikTok ban.
Chioma and Chloe are joined by Taylor Antrim and Christian Allaire to discuss the best moments of Oscars night. They review the hottest red carpet looks and go over the wins (and snubs) of the biggest night for film. 
Chloe and Chioma are joined by Nicole Phelps and Laura Ingham to discuss the highlights of the final shows at Paris Fashion Week. In the second half of the show, Chloe and Vogue’s Leah Faye Cooper sit down with celebrity stylist Danielle Goldberg to talk about what it takes to make Hollywood’s it-girls shine during awards season. 
Vogue’s Jose Criales-Unzueta and Naomi Elizée are joined by tennis superstar Coco Gauff who is Vogue’s April cover star. They talk about her love of anime, her pre-match meal of choice, and her winning performance.
Chloe and Chioma are joined by Vogue Italia’s Francesca Ragazzi to discuss their favorite shows of Milan and Paris thus far. Then, Chloe sits down with Vogue’s culture connoisseurs Taylor Antrim and Chloe Schama to preview the best of spring TV, books, films and music to get excited about. 
Chloe and Chioma are joined by Hamish Bowles and director Kevin Macdonald to discuss the upcoming film “High & Low – John Galliano,” a complex exploration on the life and work of legendary designer John Galliano. Chioma also sits down with British Vogue writers Alex Kessler and Daniel Rodgers to recap their highlights from London Fashion Week on its 40th anniversary. 
Designer Rachel Scott (of the brand Diotima) joins Vogue’s Naomi Elizée to discuss the inspiration behind her brand, why she learned to crochet, and navigating her sexuality in Jamaica. 
British designer Martine Rose chats with Chioma about the London club scene that has inspired her collections, working with Demna (of Balenciaga), and her iconic collaborations with Nike and Kendrick Lamar.
Vogue Runway’s Nicole Phelps sits down with designer Gabriela Hearst to discuss her learnings from her three years at Chloé, and what her goals are going forward for her eponymous brand. They also get into what makes her clothing both sustainable and luxury, the Uruguayan night sky, and the witchy women who inspire her.  
Chloe talks to the one and only Victoria Beckham, aka Posh Spice, about what it's like to be a singer-turned-designer. They talk about the groundbreaking Beckham documentary, what’s on her workout playlist, and what she lets Harper borrow from her closet. 
Prada fanatic, and Vogue writer, Laia Garcia-Furtado talks to journalist Wendell Steavenson about Vogue’s March cover featuring the iconic Miuccia Prada; Steavenson wrote the cover story. Also, the Vogue Runway team joins the podcast to talk about their favorite NYFW moments (cough cough: Beyoncé).
Iconic designer Marc Jacobs joined Nicole Phelps on the podcast to discuss his brand’s 40th anniversary and his latest collection. They dissected the exaggerated proportions and doll-like looks that captivated our hearts, minds, and Instagram feeds last week, and took a walk down memory lane, looking back at the moments that made Marc the icon he is today. 
Chloe and Chioma are joined by all-around legend Chloë Sevigny and costume designer Lou Eyrich to discuss the new season of “Feud: Capote Vs. The Swans.” Also on the show: John Galliano’s outstanding Margiela couture show and what made it such a remarkable theatrical performance. 
Fashion designer Simone Rocha talks to Chioma about her guest designer appointment for Jean Paul Gaultier and her inspiration for the collection (think Madonna’s cone bra!). Also, Vogue Runway’s Nicole Phelps joins Chloe and Chioma to discuss the best fashion from couture week.
Pharrell Williams talks to Vogue China’s Margaret Zhang and Yiling Pan about his role of creative director at Louis Vuitton menswear and how his role is akin to being a conductor of a massive orchestra. Also, Jose Criales-Unzueta joins Chloe and Chioma to talk about the latest menswear shows and what he thinks will trickle down to the streets. 
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Jan 20th


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Feb 11th

ElizaBeth Marshall-Smith

Great first episode... Are going to do other decades? the 60's would be awesome.

Nov 3rd

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fashion was fun back then

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Yasmine C

It's just not the same without Karl.

Oct 13th


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Oct 13th


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