Episode 121: Iris Apfel’s Fashion Emoji, Valentino + Balmain, The Perks of Hobbies  Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! This week, we review the FTC’s ruling against  Shinola’s  “Made in the USA” game.  Iris Apfel  is getting an emoji pack,  Valentino  is buying Balmain, and  Revlon  is buying Elizabeth Arden.  H&M  has a new athletic gear line as we get ready for the Olympics, and  Apple Pay  is coming to websites soon. JCPenney’s  #HereIAm  campaign gives women of all sizes the attention they deserve. Our main topic this week:  Hobbies ! Can having a hobby make you a better person? Or are hobbies falling out of vogue? Come hang out!

Episode 121: Iris Apfel’s Fashion Emoji, Valentino + Balmain, The Perks of Hobbies

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! This week, we review the FTC’s ruling against Shinola’s “Made in the USA” game. Iris Apfel is getting an emoji pack, Valentino is buying Balmain, and Revlon is buying Elizabeth Arden. H&M has a new athletic gear line as we get ready for the Olympics, and Apple Pay is coming to websites soon. JCPenney’s #HereIAm campaign gives women of all sizes the attention they deserve. Our main topic this week: Hobbies! Can having a hobby make you a better person? Or are hobbies falling out of vogue? Come hang out!

Episode 106: Lanvin’s Sad Fashion Show, Nike in Kenya, the Emotional Cost of Branding   Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! Today we dish the dirt on  Dolce & Gabbana’s  shoe-naming flub and debate whether  Valentino  should go public. Luxury!  Nike’s  in the middle of a mess in Kenya. Meanwhile, what went wrong at the  Lanvin  fall 2016 show? (Hint: Just about everything.) And Lisa’s got beef with a new  sustainable shopping resource.  Our main topic this week is the cost of  branding . If you don’t brand yourself, others will do it for you. But what’s the cost of putting energy into putting your authentic persona into the world? Come hang out!

Episode 106: Lanvin’s Sad Fashion Show, Nike in Kenya, the Emotional Cost of Branding

Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! Today we dish the dirt on Dolce & Gabbana’s shoe-naming flub and debate whether Valentino should go public. Luxury! Nike’s in the middle of a mess in Kenya. Meanwhile, what went wrong at the Lanvin fall 2016 show? (Hint: Just about everything.) And Lisa’s got beef with a new sustainable shopping resource. Our main topic this week is the cost of branding. If you don’t brand yourself, others will do it for you. But what’s the cost of putting energy into putting your authentic persona into the world? Come hang out!