Episode Eighty Welcome to another edition of the Pop Fashion podcast! This week we do some major dishing about Tom Ford’s designs for Spectre, the latest James Bond flick. New Balance has a new catalog (snail mail style), CFDA’s working with Banana Republic to highlight emerging designers, and LVMH just pulled a major tech staffer from Apple to focus on ecommerce. In other news, Mashable made a big boo-boo talking about nail polish colors, and the Kering Group’s Kering Foundation is taking a big part in combating violence against women around the world. Our main topic: Fashion blogs! Do you love them? Hate them? We talk about how the medium has changed over time and whether there’s hope for a fashion blog revival.  Please enjoy your listening, it has been our pleasure to produce this show.  One note: in this episode, Lisa discovers whilst reading Mashable that the article in question had been edited, but no correction has been posted. It appears an editor’s note about the section removal was added later the same day we recorded.

Episode Eighty

Welcome to another edition of the Pop Fashion podcast! This week we do some major dishing about Tom Ford’s designs for Spectre, the latest James Bond flick. New Balance has a new catalog (snail mail style), CFDA’s working with Banana Republic to highlight emerging designers, and LVMH just pulled a major tech staffer from Apple to focus on ecommerce. In other news, Mashable made a big boo-boo talking about nail polish colors, and the Kering Group’s Kering Foundation is taking a big part in combating violence against women around the world. Our main topic: Fashion blogs! Do you love them? Hate them? We talk about how the medium has changed over time and whether there’s hope for a fashion blog revival

Please enjoy your listening, it has been our pleasure to produce this show. 

One note: in this episode, Lisa discovers whilst reading Mashable that the article in question had been edited, but no correction has been posted. It appears an editor’s note about the section removal was added later the same day we recorded.