Isabel Lord

Stripped: Will You Be My Valentine?

Stripped: Will You Be My Valentine?

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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,…

Letter from the Producers

By: and
11/15/2018

Three months ago, we noticed a pattern: In fashion and in marketing, everything had become saturated. Colors like candy, photos like polaroids, and text like closed captions—all challenging the realism associated with photography. In an industry so concerned with luxury and self-image, we found fashion’s heightened playfulness and retrospection a welcome, if unlikely, juxtaposition. We…

Stripped: Season 3, Episode 5

Stripped: Season 3, Episode 5

By: and
11/15/2018

Recorded sleepover style, this episode of “Stripped” features special guest Hanna Chan and hosts Emma Francois and Isabel Lord. On the docket: colorful hair and how it fits into identity, professionalism, queerness, and Asian womanhood. Image Credits: "Stripped" guest Hanna Chan models in the 2018 Fashion Issue. Chan hosts WGTB's "I Found It at a…

<i>The Haunting of Hill House</i>: More than a Ghost Story

The Haunting of Hill House: More than a Ghost Story

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11/08/2018

If you’re reading this, you’ve probably already heard: The Haunting of Hill House is scary. So scary that last night, after I had stopped halfway through an episode and was deeply regretting having committed to writing this article, I couldn’t sleep because I was convinced that the sound of my stomach growling was actually a…

Looking to the Stars: D.C.’s Only UFO Investigator

Looking to the Stars: D.C.’s Only UFO Investigator

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10/12/2018

For two weekends in July 1952, D.C.’s skies were falling. Or, so it seemed. Multiple reports of unexplained radar blips from airports around the District flooded news reports throughout the country. “SAUCERS SWARM IN OVER CAPITOL,” read Iowa’s Cedar Rapids Gazette. “Saucer Outran Jet, Pilot Reveals,” headlined The Washington Post. Jump forward 14 years, and…

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