Host Amanda (with the help of her friends) decodes and demystifies the fashion and retail industries, and takes on topics like consumerism, workers rights, personal style, and why fashion is a case study in capitalism gone awry. Your money is as powerful as your vote! "If you wear clothes, you need to listen to Clotheshorse." --Elise "If you are human and live in the world, you need to listen to Clotheshorse." --Individually Wrapped
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New favorite podcast! Love that Amanda talks about individual action, consumer action, and policy instead of presenting them in opposition. The anticapitalist ecofeminist analysis of fashion and crafting we all need, and this podcast has brought me so much inspiration! Has a lot of ads, but they’re all for small sustainable businesses; I don’t always listen to them all but do love to skim them and have them in mind. Fantastic podcast. Disappointed about the athletic greens ad—diet culture everyw... more
This podcast changed my worldview AND somehow improved my mental health? I think about some episodes like, daily.
Unmissable and engaging podcast about everything concerning slow fashion.
This podcast is great and full of information, but I ended up stopping listening bc the episodes are so long and feel like they need a lot more editing.
I always wondered how primark sold things so cheaply ( both quality and price). I need to walk into a forever21. Through this podcast I realized I am rarely in clothing stores. I am not a clothes horse. I never think about clothes until I really need something. Now I think about it. So, If you buy new, this podcast is for you. If you already buy second hand, this podcast is for you. This is a really great podcast and will make you think, really think, the next time you go shopping. Oh and I love... more
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Clotheshorse launched 2 years ago and published 156 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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