Episode 150: Fashion & Politics, Alibaba vs. Counterfeiters, L.L.Bean’s Heiress   Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! This week, we provide updates on  The Limited ,  Oscar de la Renta vs. Carolina Herrera , and  Kim Kardashian ’s  robbery  in Paris.  Alibaba  has a major win against counterfeiters, and a fashion  heiress  is in trouble for political contributions.  DKNY ’s giving NYFW the finger. In  Mexico , groups looted Walmart locations - and it’s all about politics. And  ModCloth  has a new brick-and-mortar location. Is it a retail winner? Plus, a listener letter about mashed potatoes. Come hang out!

Episode 150: Fashion & Politics, Alibaba vs. Counterfeiters, L.L.Bean’s Heiress

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! This week, we provide updates on The Limited, Oscar de la Renta vs. Carolina Herrera, and Kim Kardashian’s robbery in Paris. Alibaba has a major win against counterfeiters, and a fashion heiress is in trouble for political contributions. DKNY’s giving NYFW the finger. In Mexico, groups looted Walmart locations - and it’s all about politics. And ModCloth has a new brick-and-mortar location. Is it a retail winner? Plus, a listener letter about mashed potatoes. Come hang out!

Episode 85 : ModCloth Simplifies Plus-Size Shopping,Chanel’s Aviation Fashion Show, Emotional First Aid  Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! This week we talk about a dumb-dumb move by  Urban Outfitters , which asked employees to volunteer for unpaid warehouse shifts.  Marissa Webb  is no longer creative director of Banana Republic, and Kay Krill just stepped down as head of  Ann, Inc.   ModCloth  is changing the way you shop for plus-sized clothing (hooray!) and we are loving the  Chanel  spring 2016 runway. We look at  Kickstarter’s  reincorporation and what it means for crowdfunding, and ponder the rescheduling of  Australian Fashion Week . Our main topic: What’s in your  emotional first-aid kit ? Come hang out!

Episode 85: ModCloth Simplifies Plus-Size Shopping,Chanel’s Aviation Fashion Show, Emotional First Aid

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! This week we talk about a dumb-dumb move by Urban Outfitters, which asked employees to volunteer for unpaid warehouse shifts. Marissa Webb is no longer creative director of Banana Republic, and Kay Krill just stepped down as head of Ann, Inc. ModCloth is changing the way you shop for plus-sized clothing (hooray!) and we are loving the Chanel spring 2016 runway. We look at Kickstarter’s reincorporation and what it means for crowdfunding, and ponder the rescheduling of Australian Fashion Week. Our main topic: What’s in your emotional first-aid kit? Come hang out!

Welcome to episode 74, the one with Michael Bolton crooning.   This week in hot topics -  ModCloth  launches its own line,  Jane Birkin  wants her name taken off of her namesake Hermes bag, and Converse reveals the redesign of its famous  Chuck Taylor All Star  shoe. In other news,  Cosmopolitan magazine  will be covered up by blinders at two major retailers (yup! the same things that cover pornography). And, a  J.C.Penney  sales associate gets sent home from work for wearing shorts she purchased in the store.   Our main topic is about the  myth of perfection . We know that people reveal an edited version of their lives on social media, so why do we pressure ourselves to live up to impossible standards? Can social media skew our sense of worthiness? How do we navigate the idea of perfection on Instagram? Come hang out!

Welcome to episode 74, the one with Michael Bolton crooning.

This week in hot topics - ModCloth launches its own line, Jane Birkin wants her name taken off of her namesake Hermes bag, and Converse reveals the redesign of its famous Chuck Taylor All Star shoe. In other news, Cosmopolitan magazine will be covered up by blinders at two major retailers (yup! the same things that cover pornography). And, a J.C.Penney sales associate gets sent home from work for wearing shorts she purchased in the store.

Our main topic is about the myth of perfection. We know that people reveal an edited version of their lives on social media, so why do we pressure ourselves to live up to impossible standards? Can social media skew our sense of worthiness? How do we navigate the idea of perfection on Instagram? Come hang out!