Former vintage store owner Lisa Rowan and fashion stylist Kaarin Vembar discuss fashion news, pop culture, and questions about business and creativity.
Welcome to the Show
New York Fashion Week happened, but was anyone paying attention? We have answers about what Bottega Veneta is doing (or not doing) on social media, and what's going to happen between Adidas and Reebok. Plus, Century 21 is planning a comeback, Gucci is having a small struggle, and Rebecca Minkoff is on OnlyFans?
Fashion Crime Alias
Rihanna's Fenty collection has been put on hold, buy now pay later (BNPL) is coming for us all, and companies with adaptive clothing are running into ad problems on Facebook. Plus, we figure out what the heck a "pully top" is, and dissect a big 'ol fashion crime involving Nike, pop-up shops, and a guy named Frank.
Diamonds in the Streets
LuLaRoe is paying $4.75 million to settle a pyramid scheme lawsuit, and the guy who robbed Kim Kardashian wrote a book. Nike has a new adaptive sneaker, Donna Karan got COVID, and Ulta has a new diversity initiative. Plus, what will Uncle Jeff Bezos do next?
Good Ol' Raisins and Peanuts Fashion
Fendi's latest collection has a literary connection, men are wearing suits to work from home, and Gorpcore is here to take normcore up a notch. L'Occitane filed for Chapter 11, Belk is getting ready to file for bankruptcy, and we discuss a small Twitter battle between two retailers.
The Woodland Creature Hair Salon
Christian Siriano launched an interior design firm, Sotheby's is going to sell sneakers, and Christopher & Banks is shutting down. L'Oreal won't use animal fur in its cosmetic brushes and there are more Ferragamo sale rumors. Plus, we've got a fashion crime and some whistleblower news.
Thank You, But What?
American Apparel cut back its American-made option, Barney's is moving into Saks, and Sephora is implementing anti-racism measures. The Row is selling its research archive, and Kering is helping restore a 600-year-old Italian site. Come hang out!