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!

Episode 219: Chanel Fashion Cruise, Changes at Lacoste, Apparel Sustainability Innovation

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! A 19-year-old designer made a Met Gala dress, Estee Lauder is retesting some of its products, and Lacoste's creative director has said goodbye. Cancer patients have better clothing options, Chanel built a boat for its latest show, and fast fashion brands are innovating around sustainability. We have some issues with Karl Lagerfeld. We also have a Nike follow up. Come hang out!

Episode 218: Drama at Nike, Judith Leiber Handbags, Steven Alan Fashion

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! We have more details on the harassment allegations at Nike. Amazon is raising the price of Prime, and adding Chico's as a fashion option. Charming Charlie is out of bankruptcy, but Steven Alan is downsizing. The Fashion Institute of Technology is considering revoking Bill Cosby's honorary degree. And we remember Judith Leiber, maker of sparkly purses. Come hang out!

Episode 217: SJP Bridal, Saudi Arabia Fashion Week, Changes at Marc Jacobs

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! This week, we're waiting to see who will buy India's ecommerce leader, Flipkart. John Targon left Marc Jacobs after two months, Saudi Arabia celebrated its first fashion week, Sarah Jessica Parker launched a bridal line, and Lisa hates a new merch line from New York Magazine. Shoppers can live without high-tech dressing rooms, and a group of shoplifters is suing for alleged extortion. Come hang out!

Episode 216: Target + Hunter, Fashion Influencers Over 50, Victoria Beckham and Shaq

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! Target's Hunter collaboration hit a snag, the feds busted a huge counterfeit cosmetics ring in California, and Chanel store employees in Korea are protesting working conditions. How are algorithms changing our personal style? Are baby boomers the new Instagram influencers? H&M announced its next diffusion line with Moschino, Victoria Beckham is collaborating with Reebok, and scientists discovered a better way to break down plastic waste. P.S.: Beychella. Come hang out!

Episode 215: Nine West Fashion, RIP Polyvore, Karl Lagerfeld in SoHo

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! A leadership shakeup at Lord & Taylor was announced right after the big data breach — oh, and there's a lawsuit about that breach, too. Karl Lagerfeld opened his first U.S. store, Nine West filed for bankruptcy, and Marc Jacobs got engaged. Polyvore shut its online doors, and Hanes won a cool sustainability award. Come hang out!

Episode 214: Fast Fashion Diversity, Investment Clothing, Retail Hackers

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! This week, we’re catching up on the Hudson’s Bay credit card breach and Trump’s Twitter complaints about Amazon. Marine Layer opened Airbnbs above their stores, and fast-fashion stores like H&M and Zara are finally hiring people to focus on diversity. Comme des Garcons is launching a new online brand this summer, and we debate the merits of shopping for investment pieces. Come hang out!

Episode 213: Chanel Beauty at Ulta, Lanvin's Revolving Door, Ann Taylor Sales

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! This week, we try to figure out what's up with leadership at Modcloth and Lanvin. Chanel is coming to Ulta stores, Jaden Smith is launching a sustainable denim line, and San Francisco just banned fur sales. Can Ascena Group, home of Ann Taylor and Loft, survive the retail dip? Come hang out!

Episode 212: Nike's HR Nightmare, Target Swimwear, Retail Apocalypse

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! This week, there's so much drama at Nike that they had to set up an HR hotline. Kim Jones is headed to Dior, Target is showing off Photoshop-free swimwear models, and FAO Schwarz may be coming to an airport near you. Retailers are definitely tracking your habits at the returns counter, and postal workers are drowning under your Amazon packages. And is America's retail apocalypse just getting started? Come hang out!

Episode 211: Beauty on Demand, Handbag Super-Fakes, Trouble at Claire's

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! We talk through all the news about Claire's (debt! poison!) and try to explain a "vegan" t-shirt gone wrong at Topshop. Amazon is thinking about offering checking accounts, Uber launched a beauty app, and Toys R Us is prepping to liquidate. Counterfeit handbags are getting harder to spot. Come hang out!