Episode 167: Coach Buys Kate Spade, Kanye’s Kids’ Clothes, Forever 21 Beauty   Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! Coach bought  Kate Spade  for billions (with a b, yes),  Kanye West and Kim Kardashian West  are launching a line of kids’ clothing, and  Amazon  wants to help you pick outfits.  Vogue India  is dealing with controversy (or not) for its latest cover model, Dove’s latest  “Real Beauty”  campaign was one for the dumb-dumbs, and  Gymboree  is filing for bankruptcy. Oh, and  Forever 21  might open some beauty stores. That’s cool. Come hang out!

Episode 167: Coach Buys Kate Spade, Kanye’s Kids’ Clothes, Forever 21 Beauty

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! Coach bought Kate Spade for billions (with a b, yes), Kanye West and Kim Kardashian West are launching a line of kids’ clothing, and Amazon wants to help you pick outfits. Vogue India is dealing with controversy (or not) for its latest cover model, Dove’s latest “Real Beauty” campaign was one for the dumb-dumbs, and Gymboree is filing for bankruptcy. Oh, and Forever 21 might open some beauty stores. That’s cool. Come hang out!

Episode 154: Nicki Minaj + Shoes, Tiffany & Co.’s Evolution, #GrabYourWallet   Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! It’s a doozy, packed with fashion news. The  CEO  of Tiffany & Co. bounced the same weekend of  the company’s  first TV commercial in 20 years. Two  major department stores  dropped  Ivanka Trump . Is  Macy’s  is looking for a buyer?  Alibaba’s  founder made a weird statement about war.  Ralph Lauren’s  CEO quit, Amazon dropped out of Men’s Fashion Week,  Nicki Minaj  is angry about shoes, and  Kanye West  is making New York Fashion Week schedulers crazy. Phew. Come hang out — bring a comfy sweatshirt and some slippers. It’s a doozy!

Episode 154: Nicki Minaj + Shoes, Tiffany & Co.’s Evolution, #GrabYourWallet

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! It’s a doozy, packed with fashion news. The CEO of Tiffany & Co. bounced the same weekend of the company’s first TV commercial in 20 years. Two major department stores dropped Ivanka Trump. Is Macy’s is looking for a buyer? Alibaba’s founder made a weird statement about war. Ralph Lauren’s CEO quit, Amazon dropped out of Men’s Fashion Week, Nicki Minaj is angry about shoes, and Kanye West is making New York Fashion Week schedulers crazy. Phew. Come hang out — bring a comfy sweatshirt and some slippers. It’s a doozy!

Episode 131: Kanye’s T-Shirts, Sheet Mask Scandal, Distressed Fashion    Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! This week we’re talking about the cost of creating  Kanye’s  tour shirts. Is the  cosmetics  Wild West about to get regulated? We discuss “distressed”  sneakers  and consider the origins of  Korean face masks .  Amazon’s  cracking down on counterfeiting, and we’ve got an update on the  burkini situation  in France. Come hang out!

Episode 131: Kanye’s T-Shirts, Sheet Mask Scandal, Distressed Fashion 

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! This week we’re talking about the cost of creating Kanye’s tour shirts. Is the cosmetics Wild West about to get regulated? We discuss “distressed” sneakers and consider the origins of Korean face masks. Amazon’s cracking down on counterfeiting, and we’ve got an update on the burkini situation in France. Come hang out!

Episode 108: Kanye’s Pop Up Fashion, Lane Bryant’s Ad Ban, Creativity & Staying on the Bus    This week,  Aeropostale’s  stock is tanking,  Kanye  surprised everyone with a pop-up shop in New York City, and  Kmart  Australia has our “good on you” story for the week. In other news, what the heck is happening with the new  Lane Bryant  commercial? We think it is rocking, so why are television networks turning it down? Also, the  Council of Fashion Designers of America  will televise its awards ceremony (will you watch?), and the New York Times makes us think about our current political landscape through the  lens of fashion . Our main topic is about staying on the bus! Lisa explains the  Helsinki Bus Station Theory  and how it applies to our careers and creative lives. Are we continually switching busses when we need to just ride things out? Come hang with us!

Episode 108: Kanye’s Pop Up Fashion, Lane Bryant’s Ad Ban, Creativity & Staying on the Bus


This week, Aeropostale’s stock is tanking, Kanye surprised everyone with a pop-up shop in New York City, and Kmart Australia has our “good on you” story for the week. In other news, what the heck is happening with the new Lane Bryant commercial? We think it is rocking, so why are television networks turning it down? Also, the Council of Fashion Designers of America will televise its awards ceremony (will you watch?), and the New York Times makes us think about our current political landscape through the lens of fashion. Our main topic is about staying on the bus! Lisa explains the Helsinki Bus Station Theory and how it applies to our careers and creative lives. Are we continually switching busses when we need to just ride things out? Come hang with us!

Episode 103: Victoria’s Secret, Clothing Chemicals, Kanye + New York Fashion Week   This week is all about New York Fashion Week. But first! Fashion news. We check out a  Uniqlo  line that’s new to the U.S. and review a class-action lawsuit against  Burberry .  Victoria’s Secret’s  leader stepped down abruptly – what does it mean for the mega-chain? Can we come to terms with the  chemicals  in our clothes? Also, a stolen vest turns up in a Ralph Lauren display in  Macy’s , and  Eileen Fisher  is now the largest woman-owned fashion B-corp. Fancy! Meanwhile, as  NYFW  wraps up, we talk  Kanye / Adidas, Rihanna / Puma , fashion show locations, muddy color stories, and more.

Episode 103: Victoria’s Secret, Clothing Chemicals, Kanye + New York Fashion Week

This week is all about New York Fashion Week. But first! Fashion news. We check out a Uniqlo line that’s new to the U.S. and review a class-action lawsuit against Burberry. Victoria’s Secret’s leader stepped down abruptly – what does it mean for the mega-chain? Can we come to terms with the chemicals in our clothes? Also, a stolen vest turns up in a Ralph Lauren display in Macy’s, and Eileen Fisher is now the largest woman-owned fashion B-corp. Fancy! Meanwhile, as NYFW wraps up, we talk Kanye / Adidas, Rihanna / Puma, fashion show locations, muddy color stories, and more.

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!