Episode 229: Chanel's Big Reveal, Prime Day Sales, Burberry Fashion Destruction

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! We discuss all things Amazon, from worker strikes on Prime Day to a Snapchat collaboration. Gymboree is back from bankruptcy, Chanel is talking about its profits for the first time ever, and Burberry admitted to destroying a whole bunch of product. Victoria's Secret continues to struggle and rumors are swirling about more layoffs at Conde Nast — W Magazine may shutter completely. Meanwhile, in the Navy, women servicemembers have new hairstyle rules. Come hang out! 

Episode 228: Manolo Blahnik for Men, At-Home Jewelry Styling, Rag & Bone x Eminem

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! This week, Manolo Blahnik opened his first men's store and Kroger is launching a new apparel line with Joe Mimran. Burberry is collaborating with Vivienne Westwood, Universal Standard (which has beef with Target) is collaborating with J.Crew, and Rag & Bone is collaborating with...Eminem?! Eileen Fisher's Tiny Factory is eco-awesome, AUrate launched an at-home jewelry styling box. Oh, and we found a snake who fired the whole staff of his feminist apparel company after his sexual abuse history was revealed. Come hang out!

Episode 227: Dior Fashion in London, WeWork Shopping, Roger Federer Loves Uniqlo

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! Co-founder Nicola Kilner is back at Deciem, Walmart just hired a chief customer officer, and Roger Federer parted ways with longtime sponsor Nike. Juggalos are foiling facial recognition software. WeWork is launching retail spaces for all its locations, a Dior exhibit is coming to London, and we ponder the relevance of class rings and yearbooks in a digital era. Come hang out!

Episode 226: Virgil Abloh Menswear, Off-Price Shopping, Fashion & the Trade War

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! We're excited about Virgil Abloh's first runway show as creative director of Louis Vuitton. J. Mendel filed for bankruptcy,  Kering will drop Tomas Maier's line, H&M launched an off-price store, and Venmo now has a debit card alongside its app. Will the trade war hit the fashion industry?

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Episode 225: Supreme’s Runway Show, Shopping Loans, Guess vs. Paul Marciano

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! Paul Marciano is leaving Guess, Tomas Maier is leaving Bottega Veneta, Lands’ End is leaving Sears, and Louboutin won another trademark dispute. Supreme had a huge runway show in China… or did it? A Macy’s location has an innovative new use, and young people are taking out loans to buy dresses at Anthropologie. Come hang out!

Episode 224: Proenza Schouler & NYFW, CoverGirl’s Retail Plan, North Face Shopping

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! Proenza Schouler is coming back to NYFW, CoverGirl is Opening a New York City flagship store, and North Face is experimenting with selling repaired items. Garment workers serving Gap and H&M have reported abuse in the workplace, Eddie Bauer and PacSun tied the knot, Stitch Fix announced Stitch Fix Kids, and "pregnant" male models walked the runway at London Men's Fashion Week. And that's not all! We got so many responses to a recent listener letter that we shared the batch in a dedicated segment. Come hang out!

Episode 223: Burglary at Giuseppe Zanotti, Dior Cosmetics, Flash Sale Shopping

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! We remember Kate Spade, who passed away earlier this week. Dior is releasing a ton more foundation shades, Giuseppe Zanotti’s Italian HQ keeps getting robbed, and Walmart found a buyer in Brazil. Hudson’s Bay sold Gilt Group to Rue La La and gave up on its flagship Lord & Taylor store. Internationally, we’re grappling with forced cotton labor in Uzbekistan and issues for Myanmar’s apparel industry.

Episode 222: Goop Pop-Up Shops, Sephora Makeup Classes, Dior Cruise 2019

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! Goop figured out how to get someone else to pay the rent for its pop-up shops! Balenciaga is so hot right now, except maybe for the $1200 shirt everyone's talking about online. Valentino is teaming up with L'Oreal, and Sephora is offering free makeup classes to members of the trans and nonbinary communities. Dior's latest runway show had a big fight with mother nature, and of course, we have some updates on what Walmart's been up to in the last millisecond. Come hang out!

Episode 221: Sneaker Fashion, Sizing at Nordstrom, LVMH’s Eco Plan

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! JC Penney blamed the weather for its poor sales, and LVMH has a plan to reduce greenhouse gases. Nordstrom is bringing extended sizes to more stores, and sneaker sales are on fire right now (in a good way). What does an archivist do at a fashion line? What's going on with Walmart in Brazil? Plus, a there's a big change to the layout at the Saks Fifth Avenue flagship. Come hang out!

Episode 220: New York Fashion Week Schedule, Lululemon's Retail Comeback, Rihanna’s Savage x Fenty

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! New York Fashion Week is coming up soon, and if you're confused...well, so are we. Rihanna broke the internet with her new lingerie collaboration, and Lululemon might be staging comeback. Burberry is in some trademark drama with Target, and in unrelated news, one of Burberry's big investors wants out. Nordstrom Rack is on an apology tour, and young designers showed off new looks for persons with disabilities. Come hang out!