In the first episode of “Stripped” season three, your favorite co-hosts and dynamite duo Isabel Lord and Emma Francois discuss the magic of a haircut and the psychology of perfume ads, inspired by Jennifer Lawrence’s first and newest, “Joy” and Ridley Scott “sharing the fantasy.” Listen if you need a dramatic reading of Brad Pitt’s epic and inevitable Chanel No. 5 ad (you…
In this episode of Stripped, Emma Francois, Isabel Lord, and Anna Gloor discuss the fashion of their mothers and the impact it has had on them. In addition, they discuss MoMA’s latest fashion-centered exhibit.
The world is a crazy place. It is wild, chaotic, and theatrical, and the political climate we are living in is even more so. Sometimes, amidst all this disorder, it is easy to feel lost and invisible, to float with the chaos. And so, for our fashion issue this year, we chose to make it…
The pages ahead explore how fashion forges identity and helps wearers create clarity despite the chaos of everyday life. We have partnered with Mask and Bauble Dramatic Society (M&B) for a photo shoot that encompasses all the drama, ’80s glamor, and theatricality of their latest production, Rumors, showing Oct. 12-21. Actors from the show don costume, and models sport clothing, blurring the lines of reality and fiction. Costumes should help add to the story and increase and amplify the direc
In this episode of Stripped, Emma Francois and Isabel Lord discuss unicorns and other fashion news (IKEA bag and Rihanna’s outfit), followed by an in-depth look at the role of education, childhood, and fashion in cultivating identities. Then, the duo analyzes the tensions between education, luck, and talent, inspired by Rei Kawakubo of Comme des Garçons.
In this thrilling episode of Stripped, Emma Francois and Isabel Lord discuss the future of fashion tech, ‘zines, and jobs. Topics include the innovative 3D-printed Adidas midsoles, the newly announced editor-in-chief of British Vogue, and one professor’s fashion literacy test.
I am 12, or around that age, when my parents divorce without explanation. I tell myself it is simple: They just did not love each other anymore. Elizabeth Pankova I am 16 when my boyfriend defines our relationship under the mantra, “Whoever cheats first, dies first.” Romantic, I know. It is he who tells me…