Selfie Stick Style, Miami Swim Week, Having it All EPISODE 69 Welcome to another edition of Pop Fashion podcast! This week in hot topics - Walmart is accused of using shell companies to dodge taxes, a selfie stick dress by Pucci is a fashion marker for 2015, and Zara faces a lawsuit by a former employee who alleges discrimination. In other news, IMG pulled out of Miami Swim Week. But, do not despair! Two other organizations picked up the slack, thus making the entire event a logistical mess. In technology news - a new type of sensor can be worn on clothing or skin to detect toxic gasses, UV radiation, and other pollutants. Will all of that monitoring drive us nuts? Also, workers in a Chinese factory are on a hunger strike to protest the company moving to another country. Additionally, a J.Crew employee posts #hungergames photos on Instagram, and Lisa explains why doctors have white coats. Our main topic is about having it all. What does it mean to have it all? Does it apply to everyone? And, why are we even chasing after it in the first place?

Selfie Stick Style, Miami Swim Week, Having it All

EPISODE 69

Welcome to another edition of Pop Fashion podcast! This week in hot topics - Walmart is accused of using shell companies to dodge taxes, a selfie stick dress by Pucci is a fashion marker for 2015, and Zara faces a lawsuit by a former employee who alleges discrimination. In other news, IMG pulled out of Miami Swim Week. But, do not despair! Two other organizations picked up the slack, thus making the entire event a logistical mess. In technology news - a new type of sensor can be worn on clothing or skin to detect toxic gasses, UV radiation, and other pollutants. Will all of that monitoring drive us nuts? Also, workers in a Chinese factory are on a hunger strike to protest the company moving to another country. Additionally, a J.Crew employee posts #hungergames photos on Instagram, and Lisa explains why doctors have white coats.

Our main topic is about having it all. What does it mean to have it all? Does it apply to everyone? And, why are we even chasing after it in the first place?