We discuss the incredible life of Malcolm McLaren, the (mis)manager of the Sex Pistols, the enabler and partner of Vivienne Westwood.
We discuss sustainability and ethical production with Elizabeth Cline, a sustainability expert and an author of two books.
We break down the Spring / Summer 21 season with the journalist and fashion critic Philippe Pourhashemi.
In this episode Eugene talks with Sam Lobban, the VP of designer mens and womens at Nordstrom, about his love of fashion.
It seemed fitting to go back to our roots early on in the life of this podcast by chatting with Karlo Steel, Atelier’s co-founder.
In this inaugural episode our host Eugene Rabkin, the editor of StyleZeitgeist, introduces the podcast and discusses how the climate of overzealous political correctness stifles creativity in fashion
Dear friends of StyleZeitgeist,
As many of you know StyleZeitgeist has always been a fiercely independent and a critically minded publication, not an easy accomplishment in the world of fashion. We have fought hard for our right to say what others only think. We have been doing our best to bring you thought-provoking perspective, original photography, show coverage, and otherwise relevant information that people of discerning taste desire. We’ve never insulted your intelligence, because we respect your intelligence too much. We know the feeling is mutual.
We are now embarking on a new chapter, a dedicated StyleZeitgeist podcast. This format will allow us to bring you the same approach to fashion journalism but on a more engaging level. The idea for the podcast came out of my freewheeling conversations with designers, other journalists, and various creatives that when edited down for the printed page lost some of their spontaneity due to the demands of the written format.