Isabel Lord

Stripped: Sensuality

Stripped: Sensuality

By: and
04/09/2019

The original duo is back. On this episode, Emma and Isabel talk getting dressed as a sensual act—each to varying levels of satisfaction—as inspired by this beautiful article. Isabel schools Emma on why red and silk are so goshdarn ~sexy~

Stripped: Nudity

Stripped: Nudity

By: and
04/03/2019

What do you feel sexiest in? Emma and Isabel sit down with guests Anna (a roommate) and Zoey (a two-time Voice Fashion Issue model) and talk about the difference between feeling beautiful and feeling sexy. And, as with all style inspirations, moms come into play.

Stripped: The Male Mind

Stripped: The Male Mind

By: and
03/21/2019

In this wild episode of Stripped, Emma and Isabel sit down with some dudes they just met, and some they’ve slept with, Ryan, Ian, Jeremy, and Parker. They ask all the questions you want answered: Do men dress for sex? What the hell is a boxer-brief? Does anyone, ever, notice matching lingerie? Tune in for…

Stripped: Sex!

Stripped: Sex!

By: and
03/10/2019

Just kidding, this episode isn’t about sex. But it is about underwear, which is close! On this scandalous episode, hosts Isabel Lord and Emma Francois are joined by fellow podcasters, hosts of “Afternoon Tea,” Kayla Hewitt and Max Fredell, to talk everything from granny panties to just, well, “panties.”

Stripped: To pack or not to pack?

Stripped: To pack or not to pack?

By: and
02/26/2019

In time for spring break, Isabel and Emma talk their upcoming trips to New Orleans *MardiGraswoopwoop* and the British Moors *BronteSistersnerdalert*, respectively. What to pack, they wonder? They look no further than Joan Didion’s packing list for inspiration, and break down their attitudes toward airport fashion and travel-shopping en route, swapping laptops for typewriters and TSA-compliant shampoos…

Stripped: Will You Be My Valentine?

Stripped: Will You Be My Valentine?

By: and
02/15/2019

In this episode of Stripped, hosts Isabel and Emma dissect Valentine’s Day from every possible fashion and political angle, from the color pink to first dates. They try to answer only the most important questions, like what makes the Parisian woman so elusive, and why Emma wants to be one so gosh-darn badly.

Stripped: On Photography (and Marriage)

Stripped: On Photography (and Marriage)

By: and
02/13/2019

In this episode of Stripped, your almost-healthy and intrepid hosts Isabel Lord and Emma Francois discuss Mr. & Mrs. Biebs and the philosophy of marriage before seamlessly segueing into Phil Oh’s recent street style photography. And finally, it’s story time as Emma makes Isabel read her creative writing piece on this “hideous” sparkly jacket, as seen in the 2018 fashion issue….

Stripped: Sweater Weather

Stripped: Sweater Weather

By: and
02/03/2019

In this episode of Stripped, hosts Isabel and Emma take a breather during this freezing cold weather to discuss their personal, seasonal styles and how sweaters may or may not be “pointless.” Season 3, Episode 8 Image Credits: @mignonettetakespictures

Stripped: Season 3, Episode 7

Stripped: Season 3, Episode 7

By: and
01/22/2019

In this episode of Stripped, hosts Emma Francois and Isabel Lord look at the politics of discussing the clothing of women in power, inspired by these New York Times portraits of the women of the 116th congress. The million-dollar question: is focusing on fashion choices inherently sexist?

Stripped: Season 3, Episode 6

Stripped: Season 3, Episode 6

By: and
01/14/2019

In this episode of Stripped, hosts Isabel Lord and Emma Francois discuss the challenges of “taking up space” through clothing. In events like the Golden Globes, and in outfits like Lady Gaga’s recent (lengthy/)wintery gown, how can one take up space in a dress without sacrificing agency? The duo also psychoanalyzes their personal favorite looks from the event,…

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