and Stripped: Intimacy Directors

In this wholesome episode of Stripped, Emma Francois and Isabel Lord sit down with special guests Kayla Hewitt and Katie Randolph to talk about their mentors in sex and fashion (a.k.a. intimacy directors!!). And, as with any episode of Stripped, the content gets juicy. What have we learned from our exes? How do our personal...

and Stripped: What’s Your Sex Brand?

“Maybe you wear a T-Rex costume but you’re actually like a flower.” -Emma, min 39 Emma and Isabel sit down with their special guest, the boyishly handsome Ron, a drinking buddy, relationship expert, and (apparently) sex guru. The trio talk their personal styles – in dress and in intimacy – and the intersection of the...

and Stripped: Sensuality

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

Stripped: Authority in Fashion

Stripped: Authority in Fashion

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04/26/2017

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.

Stripped: Calvin Klein, Oscars Fashion and More

Stripped: Calvin Klein, Oscars Fashion and More

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03/21/2017

This week on Stripped, Isabel Lord and Emma Francois are joined by guests Caitlin Mannering and Amy Guay to briefly discuss fashion’s growing political consciousness and the Calvin Klein ad featuring the cast of Moonlight. Later, they break down the best and worst dressed of the Oscars red carpet. Check out all of the Oscars red carpet…

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