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ZALORA Talks Season 2 premieres on 18th Oct via Spotify, Apple Podcasts and YouTube

ZALORA has announced the second season of ZALORA Talks is premiering today (18th October 2021), which is a podcast series that focuses on the latest trends and stories in Southeast Asia’s fashion and lifestyle landscape. The latest season of ZALORA Talks includes seven 40-minute episodes that bring together industry experts, brand partners, and key opinion leaders in fashion and lifestyle to discuss some of the latest issues in their sectors.

Listeners can expect topics range from health and wellness to lifestyle, fashion and beauty, while the podcast also dives deeper into current events, social issues and how the ongoing pandemic has affected many aspects of lives. ZALORA has confirmed the podcast will will air every Monday and will feature industry and business leaders such as PayPal Vice President of Marketing Kasia Leyden and H&M Sustainability Manager Marian Dang, as well as women’s health expert Prof. Dr. Nazimah Idris. It will also feature celebrity guests will include the likes of Malaysian actor and singer Daiyan Trisha and TV personality Amelia Henderson, among others.

Amy Yasmine, former editor of Harper’s BAZAAR Malaysia

ZALORA Talks Season Two will once again be hosted by Amy Yasmine, former editor of Harper’s BAZAAR Malaysia, who will be joined by new guest speakers each week.

Quiron Aguiar, Senior Strategy Director, ZALORA Group, said: “ZALORA has always worked to stay a step ahead in finding meaningful ways to connect with our audience and partners on important topics. This season, ZALORA Talks will focus on some urgent social issues that have been further exacerbated by the pandemic, and we hope our listeners can benefit from the conversation.”

Season Two of ZALORA Talks is available on SpotifyApple Podcasts and YouTube with a new episode released every week. Details of each episode can be found in the episode guide below.

Credited to ZALORA

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