Episode 189: Donna Karan vs. Everybody, Fashion Rentals, Dove’s Dumb Ad

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! This week, we discuss the allegations against Harvey Weinstein and how they tie into the fashion industry — including comments from one Donna Karan. Dove's latest ad was a step back for racial equality, and LuLaRoe is making it hard for sellers to bow out. Balmain is collaborating with Victoria's Secret, Ferragamo announced a new creative director, and DSW is considering shoe rentals. Come hang out! 

Episode 188: Lanvin's Runway Show, Basketball Fashion Scandal, Taco Bell Style

Episode 188: Lanvin's Runway Show, Basketball Fashion Scandal, Taco Bell Style

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! Alexander Wang has stepped down as CEO of his label, but it might be a good move. College basketball is a mess after it was revealed that an Adidas marketer *allegedly* bribed student athletes. A YSL museum opened in Paris, and in other Paris news, we discuss the Lanvin's latest Fashion Week show. H&M admits it has too many stores, and rumor has it Jet is going to start selling Modcloth clothes right alongside the paper towels. And, in our favorite story of the week: Forever 21 and Taco Bell are joining forces. Come hang out! 

Episode 187: Fashion Model Diversity, Showroom Stylist Shopping, Amazon + Kohl's

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! This week, we talk about diversity on the runway, a model who got discovered at Chipotle (!!), and a potential storm brewing among influencers, photographers, and brands. Stores without inventory are definitely a thing, and Kohl’s will take your Amazon return. Also, greenhouse gases, let us talk about them. Come hang out! 

Episode 186: Versace Fashion Rumors, Ecommerce Spoofing, More Retail Bankruptcies

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! This week, Aerosoles and Toys R Us are the latest in a long list of retail bankruptcy filings. Rumors are swirling that designer Kim Jones is about to join Versace, and a PR firm is upset at Forever 21 for selling a shirt that looks a lot like the one the firm made. Demand for wool is up, spoofing is a threat to luxury ecommerce, and London Fashion Week was a difficult due to terrorism and other external factors. Is it wrong to be interested in fashion in this complicated global landscape? Come hang out!