Vogue Australia in partnership with Estée Lauder have launched a new seven-part Vogue Codes podcast series.
Equal parts inspiring and enlightening, the Vogue Codes podcast series will take listeners behind-the-scenes of the event with entrepreneurs, business founders and leaders from various fields to reveal what it takes to succeed in the worlds of fashion, beauty and tech.
Vogue Australia editor-in-chief, Edwina McCann said: “Vogue Codes aims to not only inspire attendees to pursue careers in tech-related industries with influential and insightful case studies, but arm them with actionable skills that will help them continue to innovate and drive their own success stories.
“The response to Vogue Codes since we launched the initiative four years ago has been overwhelmingly positive, it’s become so popular that tickets to all events sell out very quickly.
“With the assistance of Estée Lauder we are now able to bring some of the outstanding speakers who took part in this year’s event to a broader audience through our first Vogue Codes podcast series.”
Estée Lauder brand general manager, Maureen Meneses said: “We were thrilled to be able to continue our support and partnership of Vogue Codes with this podcast series.
“The platform is a great digital-first way of sharing the many inspirational stories heard across this year’s Vogue Codes event, including an episode with Estée Lauder’s Jane Anders, who delves into science of beauty, sharing her views on innovation, mentorship, and being a woman in STEM.”
The podcast series also features designer Karen Walker who reveals how she launched her label at the age of 18 and built an international cult following 30 years on.
Meggie Palmer, founder and CEO of PepTalkHer, who discusses how she champions artificial intelligence and innovations in technology to help close the gender pay gap.
And Christy Laurence, founder and CEO of Plann, opens up about building a global start-up and app that now has over one million downloads in more than 160 countries.
The podcast was produced and presented by the Vogue Australia team.
The project is one of many new podcasts created by NewsCast – News Corp Australia’s podcasting arm, announced at the company’s Come Together 2019 showcase.