138: Versace American Crime Story, Roberto Cavalli Drama, Amazon Stores   Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! Versace’s murder is on the radar of  American Crime Story ,  Macy’s  is opening earlier on Thanksgiving Day, and an unlikely fashion designer is releasing a line of  Christmas sweaters .  Roberto Cavalli  parted ways with Peter Dundas and there are major changes rumored for the brand.  Land’s End’s  innovative head has been canned,  Amazon’s  coming for your grocery orders, and  Ferragamo  will let you buy a  $13,500 shoe . That’s nice. Come hang out!

138: Versace American Crime Story, Roberto Cavalli Drama, Amazon Stores

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! Versace’s murder is on the radar of American Crime Story, Macy’s is opening earlier on Thanksgiving Day, and an unlikely fashion designer is releasing a line of Christmas sweaters. Roberto Cavalli parted ways with Peter Dundas and there are major changes rumored for the brand. Land’s End’s innovative head has been canned, Amazon’s coming for your grocery orders, and Ferragamo will let you buy a $13,500 shoe. That’s nice. Come hang out!

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.