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Episode 63: Fashion’s Future (Part 3)

In this episode, the last in our series about the future of fashion, the Hags look at the future of the garments themselves. How do we wear them? How do they make our lives better? Easier? More fabulous? Sure, we’ve seen a few cool gowns that glow on the steps of the Met Gala but what other cool shit is going on for little old Hags? Let’s gaze into the crystal ball one last time, shall we?

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Katie is obsessed with her new couch from Article, the Timber in Pebble Grey. Now the only problem is that rest of her crap furniture is crap compared to this gem. Time for an overhaul!

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Evan is obsessed with his song of the summer, Anna Wintour by Azealia Banks. Just have a listen:

 

Abby’s obsession is the book Educated: A Memoir by Tara Westover. It’s a nutso story about a young girl in Idaho who grows up in a weird family cult. It’s 100% true and 100% insane. Great summer read! Book hangover begone! What are your favourite summer reads?

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Thanks so much for listening once again, Hags!

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3 thoughts on “Episode 63: Fashion’s Future (Part 3)

  1. Josh says:

    I loved this episode! I am a recent listener and talking about renewable and eco-friendly fabrics are something I look for when I shop. There is a brand called ”allbirds” which specialise in renewable fabrics and they even did a collection of naturally dyed shoes! Definitely worth a look

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  2. Deirdre Ferguson says:

    Thought these would be some good ones to add about the future.
    -Mylo–a leather-like material made from mycelium,
    -Biological- moisture responsive material

    Love the show,
    Dee F.

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