Podcast Episodes

Episode 76: Why Do All Ethical Brands Look The Same?

In this episode, we delve into the aesthetics of “ethical” fashion brands and how they make shapeless sacks and then charge $400 for them. We also highlight the underlying (and often subconscious) ways that racism can permeate how these brands market themselves. FUN TIMES!


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Have listen if you’re so inclined.


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This week’s obsessions:

Katie is obsessed with an absolutely beautiful painting she just received of one of her most favourite places in the whole world by a very talented family friend and artist, Claude Boocock. Find more of her work on instagram @claudeboocock  or on her website cboocock.com.

Evan is obsessed with couple things this week. First is a new makeup palette from Two Faced called Just Peachy, in matte.


Secondly, he is obsessed with a new doc on Netflix called Larger Than Life which is about famed makeup artist Kevyn Aucoin. Get ready for a 90’s throwback and wiping tears without smudging your mascara.

Abby is obsessed with puzzles (nerd alert) and is currently working on this 90’s puzzle from White Mountain.


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Bye bye.


One thought on “Episode 76: Why Do All Ethical Brands Look The Same?

  1. Laura J says:

    I loved your discussion this podcast. It was such an interesting topic.

    What was the name of the “Constant Closet” instagram you talked about on this episode? I cannot find it.


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