Episode 113: J.Crew’s Email Address, Is H&M Greenwashing Fashion? Bragging Rights  Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! This week we debate the sanity of  J.Crew’s CEO  after he gave out his email address. To everyone.  Amazon’s  got it’s eye on a few clothing companies that may surprise you; meanwhile at  Sears , many many stores are closing. Is  H&M  greenwashing, or making real sustainability headway? And  JC Penney  is doing something with Pinterest, so there’s that. Our main topic is  bragging : Is there a  “right” way  to do it? How can you promote yourself without feeling like a Times Square comedy-show hawker? Come hang out!

Episode 113: J.Crew’s Email Address, Is H&M Greenwashing Fashion? Bragging Rights

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! This week we debate the sanity of J.Crew’s CEO after he gave out his email address. To everyone. Amazon’s got it’s eye on a few clothing companies that may surprise you; meanwhile at Sears, many many stores are closing. Is H&M greenwashing, or making real sustainability headway? And JC Penney is doing something with Pinterest, so there’s that. Our main topic is bragging: Is there a “right” way to do it? How can you promote yourself without feeling like a Times Square comedy-show hawker? Come hang out!

We’re back to our regular scheduled programming!  Episode 73:   This week in hot topics -  Rebekka Bay  lands a job at Everlane,  Limited Too  plans to dominate the tween fashion market, and  Women’s Running  magazine delivers a fantastic cover. In other magazine news, rumors abound that  Details and Self magazines  are over (but  independent style mags  are making bank). Also, persons with disabilities may soon have more  clothing   options  (about time!) and we deliver some heartbreaking / frustrating news about  child labor in India .   Our main topic is about the way we speak! We take on the recent NPR story, “ From Upspeak to Vocal Fry: Are We Policing Young Women’s Voices? ” What’s the connection between our voices and business? Is it generational? And, should women try to train themselves to speak differently? 

We’re back to our regular scheduled programming! Episode 73:

This week in hot topics - Rebekka Bay lands a job at Everlane, Limited Too plans to dominate the tween fashion market, and Women’s Running magazine delivers a fantastic cover. In other magazine news, rumors abound that Details and Self magazines are over (but independent style mags are making bank). Also, persons with disabilities may soon have more clothing options (about time!) and we deliver some heartbreaking / frustrating news about child labor in India.

Our main topic is about the way we speak! We take on the recent NPR story, “From Upspeak to Vocal Fry: Are We Policing Young Women’s Voices?” What’s the connection between our voices and business? Is it generational? And, should women try to train themselves to speak differently?