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Grazia Fashion: Why I Wear It
Getting dressed is emotional. Grazia Fashion News and Features Director Laura Antonia Jordan understands this better than anyone. In Why I Wear It, she tracks down stylish people and delves into the whys, whos and wheres of their wardrobe. What do they wear when they are not OK? Who do they really dress for? Why do clothes matter – or not? This is fashion, with feelings.
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 16 ratings
This isn’t about trends or stylists, but an honest look at why we wear what we do. It turns out our clothes say A LOT about us & the host (Laura?) does a brilliant job of bringing that out of her guests. I’ll never look at a t-shirt in the same way again!
ascoobygang via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 10/01/21
A must listen
A really thoughtful and different look at fashion and why we wear what we do. Love the host and her questioning - can’t wait to hear more!
nb0051 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/16/21
So excited for this
Clothes are personal. I still mourn the loss of my bright blue Margaret Thatcher coat. Really looking forward to listening!
MBB514 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/15/21
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