Episode 164: Walmart on Top, F21 Red Fashion, More Trash Shoes!   Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! This week, we try our best to keep up with the flailing retail scene. Moody’s has low hopes for  19 retailers ,  Rue 21  is closing hundreds of stores, and  Agent Provocateur  is in serious financial trouble. Meanwhile,  Forever 21  is feeling good about expanding its F21 Red concept. Walmart is rumored to be buying  Bonobos  and is trying to woo customers into  picking up online orders in store . And you might be surprised what this new collection from  Timberland  is made from. Come hang out!

Episode 164: Walmart on Top, F21 Red Fashion, More Trash Shoes!

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! This week, we try our best to keep up with the flailing retail scene. Moody’s has low hopes for 19 retailers, Rue 21 is closing hundreds of stores, and Agent Provocateur is in serious financial trouble. Meanwhile, Forever 21 is feeling good about expanding its F21 Red concept. Walmart is rumored to be buying Bonobos and is trying to woo customers into picking up online orders in store. And you might be surprised what this new collection from Timberland is made from. Come hang out!

Episode 114: Summer Olympics Uniforms, Victoria’s Secret’s Next Move, Fashion as Art   This week on Pop Fashion, is  Victoria’s Secret  ending its line of swimwear?  Diane von Furstenberg  said some shocking things about the fashion industry, and South Korea has an interesting plan for its  Olympics uniforms . The political climate in  China  is changing, and it’s time to start thinking about how it impacts the fashion industry. Meanwhile,  Forever 21  is allegedly having a hard time paying its bills, and a store in England is introducing a  quiet hour  for autistic shoppers. Our main topic this week is the intersection of Fashion and Art. With the Met Gala fresh on our minds, how does  fashion fit into museums ? Is it easy to call  fashion   art , or are we trying to fit a square peg into a round hole? Come hang out!

Episode 114: Summer Olympics Uniforms, Victoria’s Secret’s Next Move, Fashion as Art

This week on Pop Fashion, is Victoria’s Secret ending its line of swimwear? Diane von Furstenberg said some shocking things about the fashion industry, and South Korea has an interesting plan for its Olympics uniforms. The political climate in China is changing, and it’s time to start thinking about how it impacts the fashion industry. Meanwhile, Forever 21 is allegedly having a hard time paying its bills, and a store in England is introducing a quiet hour for autistic shoppers. Our main topic this week is the intersection of Fashion and Art. With the Met Gala fresh on our minds, how does fashion fit into museums? Is it easy to call fashion art, or are we trying to fit a square peg into a round hole? Come hang out!