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Best Fashionhistory podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Fashionhistory podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Yes, friends, it's true: the time has come for us to leave you. We've spent the last three years in a tumult of food highs (wartime cake!), fashion lows (remember that time I tried to describe how to tie an ascot?), and vice versa (remember that time Steph made a totally gorgeous outfit from a thrifted suit? Legendary.). Now, for our final bow, we'…
 
We're going off-script this month and treating ourselves to a whole episode about our current obsessions. No rhyme, no reason, no era - just really cool history. Torey's facing her fears and diving into an obsession with lace knitting (and/or knitted lace, depending on who you're talking to). Meanwhile, Steph is all in on hazelnuts, and we both mak…
 
We've talked home canning before, and we've talked rationing and refashioning in WWII before -- now we're bringing it all together to talk about canned goods and factory fashion in 1940s Canada. As we did the last time we talked about this period, we're switching up our roles -- Steph's taking fashion this month, looking at women's factory uniforms…
 
Show Notes (photos!) on the blog Lauren and Beth discuss how to work with vintage sewing patterns, and how Wearing History Patterns makes them more user friendly. Buy Wearing History Patterns at http://wearinghistory.clothing/ or https://www.etsy.com/shop/WearingHistory Email questions to podcast@bonvoyagesewing.com or visit our website at www.bonv…
 
We're back! And I swear there's a method to our non-sequitur topics this month. We're starting off with eyebrows, those face-defining fuzzy bits, and talking about how eyebrows changed through mid-century Canada. Taking our cue from the era, Steph sorted through miles of old Chatelaine magazine issues to find out a) who's wearing those eyebrows and…
 
Lauren (of Wearing History) has an exciting announcement - the Wearing History Podcast is becoming the Bon Voyage Sewing Podcast! Listen to meet Beth, the new co-host, and learn what's happening in the sewing rooms. To celebrate we're releasing a new episode! Email questions to podcast@bonvoyagesewing.com or visit our website at www.bonvoyagesewing…
 
We're taking a hike this month and heading north. Torey's talking fashion on the trails to the gold rush, and Steph's talking about the science of sourdough. We both try our hand at an honest-to-goodness sourdough starter, with...surprising success, actually. Your browser does not support the audio element. Thanks for listening! Find us online: Ins…
 
Marmalade on toast -- hot or cold? This month, we get into the fascinating world of marginalia in cookbooks - the practice of adding and editing recipes in your cookbooks and recipe cards, and clipping recipes from newspapers, magazines, and sharing recipes in a collection. We also brew up some sunshine, in the form of tangy, bittersweet marmalade!…
 
This month we dove headfirst into the wonderful world of short hair, which we both love dearly, and the slightly-more-difficult-to-stomach world of invalid cooking, which only a historian could love. Both of us have long relationships with our short hair, so we explore what rocking a pixie meant in mid-19th century Canada and how that evolved. Shor…
 
In this podcast I'm happy to talk with the talented Meg Furler, the costumer at Heritage Park Historical Village in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Meg talks a bit with us about her background, her costuming work, and her personal costuming. She also lets us know more about this wonderful destination of Heritage Park Historical Village and their portraya…
 
One of the many names for a cobbler: Apple John This month we're diving deep into the history of a little Ontario town built by one of the biggest shoe companies in the world. We're also fully committing to the pun game in our food segment, making—you guessed it—cobbler. Many thanks to Erin Baxter and the Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto for their willi…
 
"A stylish mourning wrap" from the Ladies' Home Journal, February 1892 Torey takes the reins this month, getting into why hair brooches were a cool thing, the importance of "reading" a mourner's clothing at the turn of the century, and how all of that changed in The Great War. She also attempted a deep dive into defining "comfort food," had some in…
 
Season 3 of Fashionably Ate is here! We've been doing this podcast for two years now, and still loving it. Thanks for listening! In this episode, we talk about death, grief, and dressing the deceased, mostly in the fashion section. If this isn't your thing, you can skip right to the food at around 21 minutes in. Torey talks about the history of bur…
 
Welcome to Episode 5! In this episode we talk with Cary Farnsworth, ice cream man extraordinaire. Cary is currently on Kickstarter raising funds to open an authentic 1920’s soda fountain and luncheonette. I’m so excited to see him bring history back to life in a real, tangible, time travel experience way. Make sure you give a listen to this amazing…
 
In this podcast I interview Ginger of Scene in the Past and The Duchess Next Door about how to create period appropriate Regency era looks. Whether you’re a seasoned professional looking for a polished finish, or a brand new to costuming and looking at attending a Jane Austen festival, Ginger gives great tips for creating the look from the inside o…
 
We are back from Costume College! Hurrah! This year one of the big standout costumes for me, personally, was a gorgeous frothy confection of satin and chiffon and beads made by the talented Gina White. I’ve been watching for months while Gina meticulously hand beaded each piece of this amazing gown inspired by Charles Worth. Gina is a long time cos…
 
In episode 2 I talk about social anxiety, how to deal with it at social events like Costume College, and a general pep talk about going out and wearing your creations in public. In this episode I mention American Duchess Katie Lovely Costume College Did you find this helpful? Please let me know by leaving me a comment here with your own tips and ad…
 
Hooray! My very first podcast! In this podcast I have answered some “get to know you” type questions supplied by my readers on Instagram and Facebook about me. If you wondered more about who I am, how I started sewing, where I went to school, and when I started my buisness, this is the podcast! I also talk about my sewing failure and success and a …
 
"Canadian Prohibition: That Leaky Apartment Above" We're sipping on some very old-fashioned cocktails this month as we dive into the history of Prohibition in Canada--which, as it turns out, is way more complicated than we'd expected. Torey's got thoughts on thoughts on corsets and flapper dresses, and Steph's found recipes enough to keep us tipsy …
 
Friends, it is summer. It is hot. And we are thanking our past selves for planning a show all about ice cream and swimming. Torey got real into Toronto's swim history this month. Expect a whirlwind history of bathing suits and a lengthy meditation on social change. Steph found out much more than expected about the nebulous history of ice cream, as …
 
Reunited, and it feels so good! Torey visited Steph in BC and we went on a sweet adventure. We explored the mysterious history of the Nanaimo bar, the resident dessert of Nanaimo, BC. This is Nanaimo's butter tart: lots of butter and a little controversy. We also attempted to complete some of the Nanaimo Bar Trail with live tastings, recorded strai…
 
We've been looking forward to this episode for a long time, folks: we're rationing and refashioning all over the place. Steph's taking the fashion reins and doing a marvelous job of it, ending up with a work dress fit for a 20th-century woman. Torey's deep into ration history and evangelizing about her family's wartime cake. Thanks for listening! F…
 
Carnophobes, fear no more. This month is all about the veggies. We're looking at the history of vegetarianism in Canada, especially out Steph's way in B.C. where an influx of Doukhobors meant a spike in vegetarianism in the early 1900s. As a well-seasoned vegetarian, Torey's handling the culinary history this month. Steph dove into the culture of D…
 
Are you in the club? The butter tart club? The one that every Canadian (or at least Ontarian) is automatically born into? Yes, today we're talking about our favourite and most controversial pastry. Raisins? Nuts? Plain? Runny/firm? What's the deal? Does the first known recorded butter tart recipe answer any of these questions? Inspired by that very…
 
Fizzy bubbles in a very non-medicinal ice cream float. This month we're flashing back to the 1950s and peeking behind the picket fence stereotype. With Valentine's Day approaching, we're talking love, romance, gender roles, and how all these things shook out in post-war Canada. In fashion, Torey's preparing for date night by trying to emulate some …
 
Congratulations, everyone: we made it through 2017. To celebrate, we’re looking at New Years’ Eves gone by. Specifically, we’re comparing the weird fear/optimism hybrid of the Y2K age with that of a century prior. Torey dove into the fascinating world of Y2K fashion and tried to get her mind around a comparison with the Victorian fashions of 1900. …
 
This month we’re staying chronologically close to home, hopping back just a few decades to the roaring '90s. We chose two happy memories of the period --grunge fashion and the McPizza--and set about to see what they have in common. Torey tried to connect with her inner Kurt Cobain and ended up with only a mild existential crisis in a Value Village.…
 
Have we found the ideal intersection of food and fabric? This month we’re talking about things we can eat that can also make our clothes pretty, and Torey is feeling like a real-life history scientist in her kitchen. Meanwhile Steph is going deep into the Acadian history behind a very delicious veggie soup recipe. Statue of Evangeline and Memorial …
 
Listeners, us heritage nerds are in our element this month. We’re playing on the dual meaning of “preserve” and talking jams, jellies, and the Canadian Conservation Institute – an obvious grouping. Torey took a field trip to the Textile Museum of Canada and will not stop talking about it, while Steph is equally enamoured with a book by a one Mrs. B…
 
This month we're exploring the fascinating and strange world of Duqesne Island, as shown by the newly released 1970s CBC documentary The Neddeaus of Duqesne Island. This never-before-seen footage depicts an absolutely definitely real family living on an isolated island in northern Ontario, immersed in a culture all their own. The Neddeaus provide m…
 
It’s a month of big changes here at Fashionably Ate, and we’ve got an episode themed around one of them: Steph’s new workplace, Fort Langley, BC! We’ve used the Parks Canada Heritage Gourmet app (see the link below) to find a Fort-related recipe, to some surprising success, and Torey’s researching the iconic Hudson Bay blanket. Torey's obsessed wit…
 
This month we’re making the best of what we’ve got in both food and fashion. Inspired by a cookbook of recipes from L.M. Montgomery’s kitchen, we’re experimenting with turn-of-the-century skills and talking about all things Anne. In Fashion we’re talking techniques for mending and darning clothes, and how Torey has fared in trying to bring these on…
 
This month we’re taking a seasonal approach and focusing on all things maple. And, of course, what apparel comes to mind when the opportunity to visit a sugar shack arises? Flannel! We’re looking at the history of the fabric and why it’s so darn useful this time of year. We’re also taking advantage of Steph’s move across the country to experiment w…
 
Hey hi halloumi! On this episode Steph and Torey are all about Eastern Ontarian/Quebecois cheese and the people who make it. Torey has embarked on a potentially lifelong quest to answer the question: what did early cheesemakers wear? It’s a harder task than you’d think. Meanwhile, Steph has all the cheese history and science you could want, from an…
 
For the second month in a row we’re chatting about a bombastic historical Pierre. In this episode we’re celebrating weddings old and new, focusing on Pierre and Margaret Trudeau’s secret wedding in 1971. We’re talking about the history of British wedding traditions and how they translated to this Canadian wedding—and how Margaret made both her gown…
 
For our second episode we’re diving into Pierre and Laura Berton’s Canadian Food Guide and surfacing with some skill-testing recipes. We’re shucking oysters, gelling some jello and deep-frying wonderful things—all on the wise advice of the Bertons. This book is such a treasure that this episode will be the first in a series of Bertonian episodes. F…
 
"Ye gods, what a lovely juice this monster does produce!" This month on Fashionably Ate we're taking our cue from the New York Public Library's menu database and attending a farewell banquet for the Lord and Lady Aberdeen in November 1898. First we're sashaying in style to Ottawa's Russell Hotel in fashions befitting a Governor General -- including…
 
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