The show that unites comedy and fashion, to make talking style approachable (um, that’s hot!).
Hosts Ruby McCollister and Max Wittert are New York-based comedians, fashion lovers, and ex-ballerinas. Each episode they are joined by Celebrity Guest to talk about how clothing effects people personally, and explore the various and strong opinions we have about style.
Lauren Servideo is a wicked talent, sure--but what you may not know is that she's also REALLY interested in perfume. But we don't talk about that much. Topics include Brandy Melville, teenagehood, and... that about does it.
Ruby and Max talk to Jordan Barse--an all-around style superhuman with some fashionating subjects up her peasant sleeve, including her masterfully constructed conspiracy theory pertaining to LVMH, Charlize Theron, and the manipulation of femininity via illuminati-level backdoor Dior. Technically this episode is like, 3 months late. But you know what? Artifacts of the past help us better construct history, so that we may better understand our present.
What happens when a fashion/comedy podcast ceases to talk about clothing and becomes gravely serious? We found out here, in this micro mini, Ruby 'n' Max solo, where the two gather in a Chinatown penthouse to talk cinema and the degradation of culture.
Ruby and Max have the special honor of dining with Trey Taylor, the U.S. editor of the ground-breaking fashion and culture magazine The Face. The magazine defined pop culture in London in the 80s, and now it's back, in Brexit era--just in time for Max and Ruby to start learning, well, anything. Topics include Keanu Reeves, Anna Delvey, and brand monopoly worship.
Max and Ruby spiral, in the dark depths of perfume reviews. They sample an array of scents and attempt to describe what they evoke. This highly experimental episode will put you in a fever dream. Take a whiff!
This episode is sponsored by heartbreak.
An experimental take on the format, Ruby and Max go solo.... or, um, duo... on an adventure through the politics of waste, looking good versus looking like shit, and the two get very post-post-malone. No guests, just express.
Comedic performer, actor, and two-legged dog Lena Einbinder arrives on the scene at So Fashionating in... ummm.... honestly? October. LOOK, WE EDIT WHEN WE CAN, OKAY? Anyway, Lena joins Max & Ruby to chat luxury, decay, and caninity (the state of being canine). Bow wow.
Comedian, night-life afficionado, and well-dressed dream babe Amy Zimmer comes on the podcast to talk Final Fantasy, Florida, and f*cked up hemlines. Ruby makes a critical call to her manager mid-podcast to ask about... well... four letter words.
Ruby and Max have a tough time introducing each other. Guest Lily Marotta reveals a shocking, idiosyncratic shoe concept that both upsets and charms. Max encourages the use of naturally-occurring wounds for beauty, and Ruby machetes her way to the heart of rockabilly style.
Image-maker and Make-Up Artist, Marcelo Gutierrez joins the "Dilettante Dandy" & "the Larry David of Fashion" (Max & Ruby) to talk growing old, growing up in America, Leo Season, fantasies of aging, how all men should wear blush and the definition of "hiareth".