For fashion devotees Christian Wilkins and Andy Kelly, fashion is about so much more than threads and price tags – it’s a reflection of who they are, who they want to be and how they see the world.

In a brand new PodcastOne original series, Radical Fashionism, the pair explore how culture has shaped couture – or perhaps how couture has shaped culture.

“For anyone who lives and breathes fashion as we do, it’s not just about clothes, it’s about identity- discovering it and redefining it”, said Wilkins.

To explore the role fashion plays in society, with plenty of wild tangents and laughs scattered in between, Wilkins and Kelly speak with Isabella Manfredi of The Preatures on the relationship between fashion and feminism, Boy George on coming out of the closet, Kit Willow on sustainable style, former editor of Harpers Bazaar Kellie Hush on the plight of the magazine industry, plus many other fashion industry icons.

“Fashion allows people to challenge and transcend cultural paradigms; to push the boundaries and truly make a statement about who they are and what they stand for, and we think that’s pretty incredible.

“Each of our guests have such a unique take on fashion and amazing stories to share about how it’s shaped them professionally and personally”, said Kelly.

Christian Wilkins is a model, and the son of Australian television personality Richard Wilkins, while Andy Kelly has worked in the creative space for more than 11 years.

Together, the pair are seen regularly on red carpets and worst dressed lists.

Christian and Andy are available for interview upon request.

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