Episode 156: Karlie Kloss in Vogue, Lisa Frank Beauty, Walmart Buys Fashion Websites   Look at that lil’ 3 candle up in there! Happy birthday, podcast!  Welcome to our third-anniversary show! This week in fashion crime, Chinese police raided a major  counterfeit cosmetics operation . A new  fashion search engine  has us doing praise hands, while  Walmart  is buying up just about every business it can.  Karlie Kloss  apologized for a no-good photo shoot, a  Lisa Frank  makeup collection is coming, and New Yorkers are going cray-cray over a new  MTA card  design. Etsy announced its new  Studio  platform, and in  Brooklyn , a fashion campus is in the works. Come hang out!

Episode 156: Karlie Kloss in Vogue, Lisa Frank Beauty, Walmart Buys Fashion Websites

Look at that lil’ 3 candle up in there! Happy birthday, podcast!

Welcome to our third-anniversary show! This week in fashion crime, Chinese police raided a major counterfeit cosmetics operation. A new fashion search engine has us doing praise hands, while Walmart is buying up just about every business it can. Karlie Kloss apologized for a no-good photo shoot, a Lisa Frank makeup collection is coming, and New Yorkers are going cray-cray over a new MTA card design. Etsy announced its new Studio platform, and in Brooklyn, a fashion campus is in the works. Come hang out!

Our favorite things: Beauty

Kaarin’s picks:

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Dry brushing, with help from Etsy shop WildVioletta

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Magnesium Dream Cream from Etsy shop PrairieWoodSprite

Lisa’s picks:

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Yes to Coconut Ultra Hydrating Overnight Cream (recommended by Jess of Fat Mascara)
Yes to Tomatoes Detoxifying Charcoal Mud Mask
Maybelline EyeStudio Brow Drama Sculpting Brow Mascara
Supergoop Defense Refresh Setting Mist SPF 50

Gotta catch ‘em all, right?

EPISODE FIFTY  SHADES OF HEY WAIT A MINUTE  This week in hot topics -  David Wilson’s Man Heels killed it on the red carpet, Lands’ End hired Dolce & Gabbana’s CEO, DC’s own Bluemercury was purchased by Macy’s, and Diane von Furstenberg wrote an open letter to designers to promote health and diversity at New York Fashion Week. In other news, as Etsy prepares for their IPO will they become the next eBay? The beauty trend of “non-hair” may sound laid-back, but Lisa and Kaarin question the politics behind the fad. The main topic is about extreme management styles! Zappos is currently experimenting with Holacracy, but will the no job titles / no managers / no hierarchy enterprise work? What is your management style? How do you manage yourself? And, what kind of fashion podcast talks about Machiavelli? This fashion podcast does.

EPISODE FIFTY SHADES OF HEY WAIT A MINUTE

This week in hot topics -  David Wilson’s Man Heels killed it on the red carpet, Lands’ End hired Dolce & Gabbana’s CEO, DC’s own Bluemercury was purchased by Macy’s, and Diane von Furstenberg wrote an open letter to designers to promote health and diversity at New York Fashion Week. In other news, as Etsy prepares for their IPO will they become the next eBay? The beauty trend of “non-hair” may sound laid-back, but Lisa and Kaarin question the politics behind the fad. The main topic is about extreme management styles! Zappos is currently experimenting with Holacracy, but will the no job titles / no managers / no hierarchy enterprise work? What is your management style? How do you manage yourself? And, what kind of fashion podcast talks about Machiavelli? This fashion podcast does.

Holy moly, it’s  episode 35 .  
  Etsy is introducing a card reader for mobile phones, mood-altering wearable technology will be on the market in 2015, and free shipping might be harder (and more expensive) to find. In other news, an identity theft ring was busted at Saks Fifth Avenue, apparel manufacturing is coming to Myanmar in a big way (or is it Burma?), and Gap is selling some familiar styles this holiday season. Our main topic is about personal growth. An interview with Ellen Burstyn from the podcast “Death Sex & Money” is the basis for a discussion about growth and being a work in progress.  
   Listen up . 

Holy moly, it’s episode 35.

Etsy is introducing a card reader for mobile phones, mood-altering wearable technology will be on the market in 2015, and free shipping might be harder (and more expensive) to find. In other news, an identity theft ring was busted at Saks Fifth Avenue, apparel manufacturing is coming to Myanmar in a big way (or is it Burma?), and Gap is selling some familiar styles this holiday season. Our main topic is about personal growth. An interview with Ellen Burstyn from the podcast “Death Sex & Money” is the basis for a discussion about growth and being a work in progress.

Listen up