Here you can find the archive section for our monthly FASHIONmode programme, in association with World Radio Paris, World Radio Monaco and BBC World Service Radio. FASHIONmode features Charles Daniel McDonald from FORÇ Magazine every Tuesday at 8:00 pm (CET) on station DAB 202 Mhz and by live streaming from the Paris and Monaco studio. You can listen to the show live or catch up on archived guest editions of the FASHIONmode shows.
APRIL / MAY SHOW ARCHIVES
FASHIONmode 36 – ´The Influences Of Culture On Fashion´
In this show, Charles Daniel McDonald investigates the past and present influences of culture on fashion collections and campaigns. From photography and dance to music and travel; renowned designers such as Maria Grazia Chiuri and Hedi Slimane are looking to the zeitgeist like never before, for inspiration within their latest collections.
FASHIONmode 35 – ´International Fashion News Headlines´
In this show, Charles Daniel McDonald takes a look at some of the headlining fashion news that´s starting to trickle back down into the world fashion press. From industry updates on the design, art and management sectors – be prepared for more than a few surprises from over the past few months.
FASHIONmode 34 – ´Fashion´s Reality Check´
In this show, Charles Daniel McDonald takes a look at the current trend of lock-down ´clear-outs´ and how best to rationalise your wardrobe, with style and sustainability in mind. He also presents his thoughts on other topics such as why the fashion industry must pay more attention to carbon footprint labeling and how the cult French brand, Bella Loves, is trending again more than ever thanks to social media´s isolation strategies.
FASHIONmode 33 – ´The Influence Of Technology On Fashion´
In this feature, Charles Daniel McDonald takes a futuristic look at the environments of fashion and the spectacles of runway shows to see how technology has influenced the fashion we see and wear today. This special show is also directly referenced from videos and content sourced from FORÇ Magazine´s ´Techno-Tela´ article.
Article: Charles Daniel McDonald
Photography: Charles Daniel McDonald