The fashion: art and industry, communication and expression, poetry and provocation. Dream and need, aspiration and inspiration. Desire and fulfillment. Research and tradition. Beauty and disturbance. Questions and answers.
Above all requests, in truth. Because the answers aren’t always that easy to find. Modestly he tries. In the new podcast by Vanity Fair, everything you ever wanted to know about fashion but never dared to ask. And that finally, now, we will reveal to you.
Each episode a great question – one of those that we never ask ourselves in a direct and explicit way because, in their apparent banality (which is simple complexity), they risk not having one and only one answer – and a great guest that is different every time, in a close and curious dialogue, which arises from the desire to fully understand the mechanisms of that complex and fascinating universe that is fashion.
The question of the first episode is: “can fashion do without social media today?” To this dilemma he has not just given his personal answer stylist, fashion editor and absolute icon Anna Dello Russo: Are Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, TikTok & Co. really – really – indispensable to the fashion industry? Or can we somehow imagine being able to give it up?