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Fyre Sale

Pop Fashion

Release Date: 08/13/2020

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Century 21 is liquidating, LVMH and Tiffany broke it off, and J. Crew is out of bankruptcy. Everything is happening! Fendi has a new creative director, but when will he sleep? And we discuss a potential ban on cotton grown in China. Come hang out! 

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A Louis Vuitton associate got caught running a counterfeiting ring, Adidas has a new eco-friendly shoe collection, and Escada is having problems. Plus, retailers are encouraging store employees to work the polls. Is it a good idea? Come hang out! 

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The Girl Scouts have new uniforms, Lord & Taylor is liquidating, and New York Fashion Week has a very handy new sponsor. Vintage clothing is going through a pandemic phase and there's trouble in LVMH-Tiffany & Co. paradise.

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Postal Service supporters had beef with Urban Outfitters, a department store jewel heist went wrong, and Payless is....back? Plus, an H&M brand had a big issue, and we have bankruptcies and closures to share.

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Amazon wants to move into your shopping mall, fashion has a waste problem yet again, and anti-viral jeans exist. Plus, we've got more retail closures and a cool collaboration for tweens.

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We've got a new round of retail bankruptcies and abrupt closures, an auction of confiscated souvenirs, and an update on our least favorite snake. Major retailers want you to reinvent the plastic bag, and we discuss whether the "lipstick index" is still relevant.

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Hearst is testing out a membership model for Cosmo and we've got a new slate of bankruptcies and other business misfortune to share. Tapestry's CEO exited abruptly in a strange situation, and we look at the downfall of Diane von Furstenberg's esteemed business.

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Are handbags obsolete? Can the U.S. Postal Service survive? Will any retail conglomerate remain intact after the pandemic? We ask the big questions this week. Plus, good news about conscious cosmetics and adaptive footwear.

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Brooks Brothers filed for bankruptcy, as did a few other apparel brands. We dig into problems plaguing Away luggage and Revlon's Flesh Beauty. All Saints is getting a break during its bankruptcy proceedings, you can buy unclaimed baggage online, and Dior is making its next couture collection a miniature one.

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