Versace American Crime Story, Roberto Cavalli Drama, Amazon Stores
Release Date: 10/20/2016
Virgil Abloh is getting sued, Target is fighting tariff price increases, and New York Fashion Week events are going cuckoo bananas. But beyond the parties and gimmicks, we have lots of opinions about this new round of runway looks.info_outline The Fashion Play of Kimothy K
Ariana Grande is suing Forever 21, there was a jewel heist in New York City's Diamond District, and Dior stepped in a cultural appropriation mess. Plus, we've got counterfeiting intel. Come hang out!info_outline BONUS: The Saga of Forever 21
Pop Fashion received so many emails, DMs and text messages about Forever 21 this past past week we decided to do a bonus episode for the first time ever.info_outline Haute Mess Beauty Products
Would you buy used beauty products? Will Amazon sellers donate their unsold goods? Will Revlon survive a potential shareholder sale? Will retailers figure out how to make clothing recycling products work? We have so many questions this week, so come hang out.info_outline The Importance of Missy Elliott’s Garbage Bag Suit
We've got a fashion crime to the tune of $10 million. Missy Elliott is getting a pop-up museum in her honor. How do luxury brands weather economic downturns? And Kate Spade's numbers aren't looking good.info_outline The Mystery of Father Frank and Cartier
A Cartier counterfeiter got busted...in his own church! Zara is setting out to achieve some major sustainability goals, and beauty products have a big problem with glitter. Museum fans, get ready for this Iris Apfel exhibit. Come hang out!info_outline Pay the Olsen Twins
Barneys filed for bankruptcy, and we have the list of which fashion companies they owe the most money. EBay is suing Amazon for conspiracy. Jessica Simpson launched an activewear collection. Maybe it's time the fashion world takes her seriously?info_outline Chanel is Your Fancy Friend
Why's Athleta doing so well? Why is Chanel doing so well? We have answers for you, along with responses to listener letters about Burberry's new logo, sizing at Reformation and returns at Zara.info_outline Don’t You Know that You’re Toxic?
Barney's future will impact independent designers. Derek Lam is pivoting to contemporary. Norway is on H&M's case. Flight attendants are still getting sick and their uniforms are still probably to blame.info_outline Save the Runway Turtles
Charming Charlie filed for bankruptcy again, Barney's might file for bankruptcy, and Saint Laurent is in trouble for its latest runway show in California. Stella McCartney is teaming up with LVMH, London Fashion Week will be open to the public, and palm frond print is still everywhere you look, but why?info_outline
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!
Pop Fashion Links
YouTube: Pop Fashion Podcast, http://bit.ly/1Fja7rk