Episode 82, all bees-es and knees-es   Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! This week we wrap up some runway-related news items, including a major shipping issue for  Libertine  and a tank ride by  Vivienne Westwood . Meanwhile,  Italian luxury brands  are joining forces to make manufacturing more environmentally friendly.  Macy’s  is teaming up with Best Buy for the holidays, and  JCPenney  is throwing fast fashion spaghetti at the wall and hoping it sticks. We discuss what  Generation Z  looks like, pause to reflect on the  Sexy Donald Trump Halloween costume , and reveal the naming schemes behind your favorite  Ikea  products. Our big topic this week:  Morning Pages ! This exercise from popular book The Artist’s Way encourages you to start your day by writing. Kaarin and Lisa test it out with varied  results . Come hang out!     LISTEN UPPP

Episode 82, all bees-es and knees-es

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! This week we wrap up some runway-related news items, including a major shipping issue for Libertine and a tank ride by Vivienne Westwood. Meanwhile, Italian luxury brands are joining forces to make manufacturing more environmentally friendly. Macy’s is teaming up with Best Buy for the holidays, and JCPenney is throwing fast fashion spaghetti at the wall and hoping it sticks. We discuss what Generation Z looks like, pause to reflect on the Sexy Donald Trump Halloween costume, and reveal the naming schemes behind your favorite Ikea products. Our big topic this week: Morning Pages! This exercise from popular book The Artist’s Way encourages you to start your day by writing. Kaarin and Lisa test it out with varied results. Come hang out! 

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Episode Eighty-One, for your aural pleasure   Welcome to another edition of the Pop Fashion podcast! This week we dig deep into  New York Fashion Week , from the looks, to the trends, to  Alexander Wang  losing his wallet, to  Kanye West  announcing a last-minute runway show. We also check out  Pyer Moss’  show that focused on the Black Lives Matter movement. In other fashion news,  Jane Birkin’s  name is back on her namesake Hermes bag,  Dov Charney  asked for a legal fee allowance, and we talk about whether titles for sales associates jobs matter. Our main topic this week is  dealing with criticism . As Pop Fashion grows, our audience (you guys!) are sharing more of your  opinions  – and they don’t always line up with ours. Increased discussion got us thinking about how we receive, process, and respond to  professional criticism . Come hang out!

Episode Eighty-One, for your aural pleasure

Welcome to another edition of the Pop Fashion podcast! This week we dig deep into New York Fashion Week, from the looks, to the trends, to Alexander Wang losing his wallet, to Kanye West announcing a last-minute runway show. We also check out Pyer Moss’ show that focused on the Black Lives Matter movement. In other fashion news, Jane Birkin’s name is back on her namesake Hermes bag, Dov Charney asked for a legal fee allowance, and we talk about whether titles for sales associates jobs matter. Our main topic this week is dealing with criticism. As Pop Fashion grows, our audience (you guys!) are sharing more of your opinions – and they don’t always line up with ours. Increased discussion got us thinking about how we receive, process, and respond to professional criticism. Come hang out!

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  Mercedes-Benz pulled out of New York Fashion Week! Gasp! Target argued that consumers didn’t experience injury from their 2013 security breach (don’t worry - that argument didn’t fly). Lucky Magazine is placing three bloggers on their February cover (a first ever in U.S. magazine history) and British Vogue announced that Jourdan Dunn is their February 2015 cover model. In other news, international tax laws may be problematic for people who sell digital products on Etsy. (It’s a whole thing.) Our main topic is about radical self care! Kaarin’s personal New Years resolution is the basis for a talk about self care. What is it? Is it indulgent? And, what does self care look like on a daily basis?  
  I can’t believe it’s our 45th episode. What should we do for our big first birthday? 

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Mercedes-Benz pulled out of New York Fashion Week! Gasp! Target argued that consumers didn’t experience injury from their 2013 security breach (don’t worry - that argument didn’t fly). Lucky Magazine is placing three bloggers on their February cover (a first ever in U.S. magazine history) and British Vogue announced that Jourdan Dunn is their February 2015 cover model. In other news, international tax laws may be problematic for people who sell digital products on Etsy. (It’s a whole thing.) Our main topic is about radical self care! Kaarin’s personal New Years resolution is the basis for a talk about self care. What is it? Is it indulgent? And, what does self care look like on a daily basis?

I can’t believe it’s our 45th episode. What should we do for our big first birthday?