Episode 267: Gluttony of Fun

There's trouble in Manolo Blahnik paradise, Roberto Cavalli officially liquidated, and Rent The Runway is expanding. Are you ready for the Goop pop-up cafe in Tokyo? H&M will sell vintage clothing (again), Goodwill is ready to fight big e-commerce retailers, and contraceptive jewelry may be in our future. Plus, we've got a museum update for fashion history lovers. Come hang out!

Episode 266: It's the Shopping Algorithm

A YouTube star got majorly burgled, J.Crew is shaking up its business plan, and we've got the details on the abrupt shutdown of Roberto Cavalli in the U.S. There is a ton of Calvin Klein news this week, and we talk a lot about machines. Are they taking over? Probably. Milly is getting sued for allegedly not paying a vendor, and the latest Forever 21 collection is a head scratcher. Come hang out!

Episode 265: 5th Avenue Heartache

A high-profile attorney was accused of extorting Nike. There's big drama involving the board of Bed Bath & Beyond. A secondhand retailer has new numbers on the popularity of secondhand shopping. You can thank Ferragamo for preserving history, and Burberry has a new sustainability plan. Does your clothing need a warning tag? Plus, we mourn the loss of retail flagships on 5th Avenue (and probably 6th, what the heck). Come hang out!

Episode 261: A Debate About Dior

As the fashion weeks continue, we find a show we just can't agree on. We have a bit to discuss about this year's Academy Awards. A model is speaking out (again) about size inclusivity. Selfridge's is making big sustainability moves. A shoe broke at a basketball game. Botox has a new competitor. And what about apparel made in prisons? All this and more, on this week's episode of Pop Fashion. Come hang out!

Episode 260: The Super Party Birthday Show

Welcome to our fifth anniversary show! We start the episode with news of Karl Lagerfeld's death, Payless store closures, and a brand's statement(s) on animal welfare. Burberry is in hot water for a controversial runway look, and Prada is launching a diversity council. Then, we cheers to five years with a trip down memory lane. Come hang out!

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Episode 259: New York Fashion Week

This week we dissect the remaining parts of New York Fashion Week that still make sense, including Tomo Koizumi's standout show and whatever Rag & Bone was doing with artificial intelligence. But wait! There's also a fashion crime involving a celeb favorite of the show. Beyond fashion week, we've got Amazon patents, a secret romance shocking the outdoor gear world, and a cotton supply chain transparency initiative. Come hang out!

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