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A podcast with a focus on fashion history.Featuring cohosts Jasmine, Joy, and Dana

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A podcast with a focus on fashion history.Featuring cohosts Jasmine, Joy, and Dana

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Could be great content but who can hear it?

By Sarangi76 - Nov 13 2019
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Uneven sound, one speaker has such low volume that in order to hear her the sound has to be turned up so high another one is crazy loud. I really wanted to hear the review of the Cardin exhibition, but it’s not going to happen here.

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What a great cast! So Informative and entertaining

iTunes Ratings

43 Ratings
Average Ratings
32
0
3
4
4

Could be great content but who can hear it?

By Sarangi76 - Nov 13 2019
Read more
Uneven sound, one speaker has such low volume that in order to hear her the sound has to be turned up so high another one is crazy loud. I really wanted to hear the review of the Cardin exhibition, but it’s not going to happen here.

Great

By ChefDaniella - Oct 12 2017
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What a great cast! So Informative and entertaining

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Unravel A Fashion Podcast

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A podcast with a focus on fashion history.Featuring cohosts Jasmine, Joy, and Dana

Rank #1: 80. Fashion Waste, Part I

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Dana, Jasmine and Joy come together to talk about fashion waste. What is fashion waste? How long has been happening? What is the impact on our environment? In this episode they define fashion waste, trace a timeline and reveal current statistics.

Sources:
https://graziadaily.co.uk/fashion/news/redress-fashion-ngo-sustainability/ https://www.thecut.com/2019/02/inside-the-study-hall-conference-on-sustainable-fashion.html https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2019/02/7-ways-to-break-the-fast-fashion-habit-and-save-the-planet?utm_source=Facebook%20Videos&utm_medium=Facebook%20Videos&utm_campaign=Facebook%20Video%20Blogs&fbclid=IwAR2k727ukrfFEEr1-5Jx_gRooXUCRNPaAQAcdDh4SMacgKRE_... https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/fashion/environment-costs-fast-fashion-pollution-waste-sustainability-a8139386.htmlhttps://www.ted.com/talks/amit_kalra_3_creative_ways_to_fix_fashion_s_waste_problemhttps://www.nytimes.com/2010/08/15/fashion/15... https://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2018/10/22/659568662/microplastics-are-turning-up-everywhere-even-in-human-excrementhttps://fashionista.com/2016/01/clothing-donationhttps://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-44252655

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@recuerdosdenicaragua blog: www.jasminechelm.com/recuerdosdenicaragua-blog

Mar 19 2019

44mins

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Rank #2: Reprise: 38. Fashion in Focus: The T-Shirt

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Welcome to Unravel's new minisode series: Fashion in Focus. Each FIF will detail the brief history of a garment, accessory or textile. These minisodes will alternate weekly with our full-length episodes.
In this Fashion in Focus Jasmine discusses the history of the T-shirt.

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Nov 12 2018

8mins

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Rank #3: Women in Pants: Part I

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Welcome to the third episode of Unravel. In this episode we discuss the history of women in pants from the ancient world to the Golden Age of Hollywood Film. We have an in-depth conversation with our special guest Danielle about the legendary woman that made pants glamourous: Marlene Dietrich.
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Feb 15 2016

1hr 1min

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Rank #4: 43: Fashion Under Fascism: Part I

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This the first part of Fashion Under Fascism series. In this episode, Dana and Jasmine talk about fashion during the rise of the Nazis in Germany and the Nazi occupation in France from 1938-1942.

Content Warning: This episode contains content that some listeners may find disturbing.

Sources:
Guenther, Irene. Nazi 'Chic'?: Fashioning Women in the Third Reich
Dress, Body, Culture. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2004

Veillon, Dominique. Fashion Under Occupation. London: Berg, 2002.

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Feb 12 2018

1hr 3mins

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Rank #5: 95. TSA New Professionals Convening: Envisioning Textiles Futures

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This is a recording of the panel conversation from Textile Society of America’s New Professionals Convening: Envisioning Textiles Futures, held on July 27, 2019 at the Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia.

Panelists include Joy Davis, Regan de Loggans, Lynnette Miranda and Karen Hampton. The panel was moderated and organized by Caroline Hayes Charuk.

Program Description:

At the Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia, TSA presented a panel discussion devoted to envisioning a field that approaches cultural production with justice and equity, and to examine the ways that structures within museums, universities, and informal spaces can support or hinder movement towards a vibrant future in line with these goals.

Panelists:

Karen Hampton has shown her woven and stitched narrative artwork nationally since 1994 and has been teaching college since 2008. Her specialties are surface design, embroidery, weaving and courses that address Art and the African Diaspora. Karen is currently an Assistant Professor of Fiber at MassArt, and a board member of the Textile Society of America.
Pronouns: she/her

Regan de Loggans (Mississippi Choctaw/ Ki’Che’ Maya) is an art historian, curator, and educator based in Brooklyn on Lenape land. Their work relates to decolonizing, indigenizing, and queering institutions and curatorial practices. They are also one of the founders of the Indigenous Womxn’s Collective: NYC.
Pronouns: they/themme

Lynnette Miranda’s ongoing research focuses on the social and cultural impact of contemporary art and media, critically examining social practice, contemporary craft, performance, new media and video work. She is passionate about centering artists and practitioners of color, not only through representation, but through building support systems and redistributing resources. Lynnette is currently the Program Manager at United States Artists in Chicago. She has worked at leading arts institutions including Creative Time, ART21, and the Art Institute of Chicago.
Pronouns: she/her

Joy Davis is an independent scholar of fashion and cultural studies. She has B.A.s in History and Media Theory from University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC). She is a pending Masters candidate at FIT’s Fashion Studies program. In 2016 she joined Unravel Podcast as a host and producer. In 2018 she launched her own contemporary gallery in Baltimore, MD that has a majority focus on artists of color. She writes about subject matter that is underdeveloped in academia and with the public. Her work transcends many fields of study which includes: fashion, history, art, media, and performance among people of color through history. Her current research focuses on fashion and race analysis in Spanish colonial paintings.

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Caroline Hayes Charuk approaches sculpture, printmaking and video from a background in textiles, ceramics, and hobbyist craft materials. She is a former member of CTRL+SHFT Collective in Oakland, CA, a studio and exhibition space focused on supporting women, nonbinary and trans-spectrum artists. She has taught workshops at the Berkeley Arts Museum, the De Young Museum, Richmond Art Center, and numerous other community arts organizations. She is currently the General Manager of the Textile Society of America.
Pronouns: she/her

Sep 10 2019

1hr 47mins

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Rank #6: 4. The Enslaved Body: Fashion and Language

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In this episode we talk to dress historian, Joy Davis about the enslaved body. Joy explains “The enslaved body can be described as both an idea and a physical construct: a beaten, scarred, oppressed, or restricted person physically and/or mentally. This has manifested itself in primary source material such as the runaway slave ad and abolitionist literature such as "Uncle Tom's Cabin." The enslaved body is a part of the larger concept of the colonial body. And while it is very important to understand the ideal body of the historical fashion moment, the colonial and enslaved body go beyond the physical form.” In our discussion, we explore the enslaved body’s representation in fashion art, literature, and advertisements.

Just a note, this episode was recorded on Superbowl Sunday, February 7, 2016.

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Image credit: Josiah Wedgewood, Anti-Slavery Medallion, 1787. Walters Art Museum.

Feb 29 2016

1hr 12mins

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Rank #7: 21. Drag History, Kim Chi, & RuPaul’s Drag Race: Interview with Eric Zhang

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Joy talks to independent fashion scholar and Drag Race expert, Eric Zhang about the history of drag and ball culture, the legendary RuPaul, and the presence and presentation of the Korean-American drag queen Kim Chi in season 8 of the TV series RuPaul’s Drag Race.

Eric recently published an article with the Fashion Studies Journal: “Kim Chi and Me”

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May 01 2017

1hr 13mins

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Rank #8: 77. Roundtable: Minimalism in Fashion, Part I

Feb 19 2019

52mins

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Rank #9: 99. Fashion In Focus: An Introduction To The History of Secondhand Clothing

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On this episode of Fashion In Focus (FIF) Joy discusses a brief history of second hand clothing and the current state of the second hand market in Ghana.

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Oct 09 2019

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Rank #10: 33. Halloween Extravaganza, Costume in Film: The Witch, The Craft & Hocus Pocus

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Happy Halloween! This is our annual Halloween Extravaganza episode, and this year, it is extravagant. Jasmine, Dana and Joy discuss the costuming and historical context for three of their favorite Witchy Halloween movies: The Witch (2015), The Craft (1996) and Hocus Pocus (1993)! While all the movies star witches, they are very different types of witches in very different time periods and their costumes reflect that. The discussions ended up being very in-depth, so here are the timestamps for each film: The Witch 7:45, The Craft: 56:00, Hocus Pocus 1:24:00.

Fashion A-Z:

Doublet: Period 14th century - 1670s. Worn in France in the 14th century but was not a part of general English wear until the 15th century.Think Henry VIII It was padded jacket worn next to a a shirt; close-fitting and waisted but not belted unless worn without an overgarment. It could be worn with or without detachable sleeves. Doublet skirts varied from none to very narrow coverun the hips. In the late 15th & 16th centuries the front was widely open, requiring a stomacher or a partlet a stiffened decorative front insert. In the 17th century doublets became looser and the skirts had varying tabs. The Dictionary of Fashion History By Valerie Cummings, C. W. Cunnington, P. E. Cunnington

Resources:

The Witch:

Dressing The Witch: An Interview with Costume Designer Linda Muir by Sam Ankenbauer

The Craft:

Interview with the Costume Designer, Deborah Everton

Influences in the costume: lesbianism, punk, postmodern pastiche

Oral History of the Craft

Hocus Pocus:

Treasures of the Walt Disney Archives exhibit on August 19, 2011

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Oct 30 2017

2hr 36mins

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Rank #11: 29. Roundtable: Appropriation, What is it Good For? With Regan Loggans

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Welcome to the second episode in the Unravel Roundtable Series. In this episode Dana and Jasmine talk to academic activist Regan Loggans about the history of cultural appropriation in fashion. Together they define appropriation and go all the way back to ancient Greece and Rome to cover a range of appropriation cases in fashion into the present.

Definitions:
Appropriation:”Taking possession of something, or taking something over, without permission.” or the adoption or use of the elements of one culture by members of a different culture. Often confused with pastiche (which may be a eurocentric conflation) Definition found in “Understand Postmodernism” by Glenn Ward
Acculturation: The process of cultural change and psychological change that results following meeting between cultures. The effects of acculturation can be seen at multiple levels in both interacting cultures.

Title: War by Edwin Starr https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dpWmlRNfLck
Image: Denise and Paul Poiret dressed for the “Thousand and Second Night” party, 24 June 1911.

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Sep 11 2017

1hr 35mins

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Rank #12: 17. Unravel Roundtable: Diversity, Plus Size Fashion & Politics

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This is a new series called Unravel Roundtable. Each guest will pick a fashion topic and discuss. Simple as that! Today we will talk about diversity in the fashion industry, plus size fashion, fashion in, or out, of politics.

This episode was recorded on February 11, 2017.

http://fashionista.com/2017/02/vogue-march-2017-cover http://nymag.com/thecut/2017/02/vogue-styled-karlie-kloss-as-a-geisha-in-2017.html http://wwd.com/menswear-news/mens-fashion/asos-introduces-big-and-tall-lines-for-men-10764273/ http://thecurvyfashionista.com/2016/12/asos-plus-size-men-collection/ https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/08/business/ivanka-trump-nordstrom-tj-maxx.html?_r=0

Feb 27 2017

1hr 5mins

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Rank #13: 50. Fashion in Focus: Mutton Sleeve

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Welcome to the Unravel minisode series Fashion in Focus where we tell you about the brief history of a garment, accessory, or textile. In this FIF, Joy focuses on the mutton sleeve.

A mutton sleeve was originally called a “leg o mutton”, or gigot in French, because of its resemblance to a lambs foot, calf, and thigh. This type of sleeve is balloon-like and loose on the upper arm but tapers on the forearm and/or wrist. The design has been adopted and revived throughout fashion history.

Image: E. M. Benard, Karikatur auf die Keulenärmel-Mode, Um 1833/34
Lithographie, koloriert. Rechteinhaber: Münchner Stadtmuseum

References:
https://www.glamour.com/gallery/nyfw-spring-2018-fashion-trends
Peterson’s (Free on Google Books)
http://www.anothermag.com/fashion-beauty/8295/a-brief-history-of-the-leg-of-mutton-sleeve https://www.vogue.com/article/sarah-paulson-carolina-herrera-silver-dress-emmys-2017 https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/163044448981865487/
Herero paper
https://www.muenchner-stadtmuseum.de/fileadmin/redaktion/sammlungen/mode/Modekarikatur.jpg http://naturalselection.net/index.php/product/shrug/ https://www.wsj.com/articles/designers-who-can-start-trends-1427923371

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Apr 10 2018

8mins

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Rank #14: 84. Roundtable: Rebrands, Kayne West & Walmart?!

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In this episode we are unpacking fashion used in rebrands with two entities as a case study. Joy was very overwhelmed with the imagery and implications of the two topics today. These entities are very well known around the United States and the world. We are, of course, talking about Kanye West and Walmart.
Image: Top, photograph by Liam Macrae; bottom, courtesy of engadget.com.

Sources:

Kanye West Joe Budden podcast https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5eWehA8XwQ https://blavity.com/6-reasons-why-kanye-wests-new-cult-i-mean-church-is-cause-for-pause https://www.bet.com/style/living/2019/04/15/everything-we-know-about-the-church-of-kanye.htmlDonda’s House rebrand https://consequenceofsound.net/2018/06/kanye-dondas-house-rebrand-name-change/Changing his name to Ye https://www.vulture.com/2018/09/kanye-west-changes-his-name-to-ye.html
The “phenomena” of the rollout https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6QoArHPYBk
The rebrand wouldn’t be complete without an acceptance from Vogue Magazine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QaZ93sibpk0

Walmart
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Walmart
Walmart History 1990-2001: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R1D4rfS6Y28
One of the creepiest ads I have ever seen, move over original Ronald McDonald: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eubieKer2to
2012 student blog post about past rebranding of the company https://imcclass.com/2012/09/20/walmart-a-rebranding-genius/
The “name change” https://news.walmart.com/2017/12/05/walmart-changes-its-legal-name-to-reflect-how-customers-want-to-shop
Logos https://www.brandchannel.com/2017/12/06/walmart-wal-mart-corporate-rebrand/
Walmart acquiring and pushing Jet.com in major markets (NYC) https://www.forbes.com/sites/andriacheng/2018/09/13/walmart-jet-redesign-new-york/#47ff3cf416f9
Positioning themselves as more American than Amazon/ the battle to unseat Amazon https://www.businessinsider.com/walmart-is-rebranding-itself-as-the-most-trusted-company-in-america-as-amazon-increasingly-becomes-a-villain-2019-2
Their facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/walmarthttps://www.thezoereport.com/minimalist-trends-were-trying-this-spring?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=pros&utm_campaign=fbsales
Commercial with Pharrell: https://www.ispot.tv/ad/IW1g/walmart-style-your-way-song-by-pharrell-williams

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Apr 23 2019

1hr 7mins

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Rank #15: 63. Charles James: Portrait of an Unreasonable Man: Fame, Fashion, Art

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Joy gives #fashionnerds an in-depth review of the Rizzoli publication Charles James: Portrait of an Unreasonable Man: Fame, Fashion, Art by Michèle Gerber Klein.

Image credit: Book cover of Charles James: Portrait of an Unreasonable Man: Fame, Fashion, Art. Courtesy of Rizzoli.

Learn more and buy Charles James: Portrait of an Unreasonable Man at: https://www.rizzoliusa.com/book/9780847861453 https://www.amazon.com/Charles-James-Portrait-Unreasonable-Fashion/dp/0847861457

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Sep 17 2018

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Rank #16: Reprise: Episode 2. Costume in Horror Films

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The Halloween season is upon us and wanted to give y'all a lil throwback to the episode that started our Halloween series. Enjoy Episode 2. Costume in Horror Films where we discuss the costumes in some of our favorite slasher movies.
We analyze the ensembles of the (mostly) masked villains and "last girls" in "The Texas Chaninsaw Massacre," Halloween," "Friday the 13th," and "Nightmare on Elm Street." We get into gory and explicit details so if you're squeamish avert your ears.

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Oct 15 2018

1hr 36mins

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Rank #17: 16. Hidden Figures: Period Costume & Nerd Fashion

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In this episode we discuss Hidden Figures, the movie, and the courageous African-American women of NASA. The bio-pic reveals the untold story of Katharine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan, and Mary Jackson’s brilliant contributions to the launch of astronaut John Glenn into orbit. We have a few opinions on costume choices, the patriotism of NASA, and the narrative liberties taken with this true story. Since we are going to talk about the plot, production and the true story behind Hidden Figures - you’ve been warned, spoilers be ahead!

You can purchase the book that inspired the film here: https://www.amazon.com/Hidden-Figures-American-Untold-Mathematicians/dp/006236359X

Articles
http://fashionista.com/2017/01/hidden-figures-costumes http://variety.com/2017/artisans/production/nasa-hidden-figures-costumes-1201951915/ http://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/forgotten-black-women-mathematicians-who-helped-win-wars-and-send-astronauts-space-180960393/

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Feb 13 2017

37mins

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Rank #18: 52. Streetstyle and Generational Fashion in South America with Nia Hampton

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In this episode Joy and Jasmine talk to journalist, videographer, and photographer Nia Hampton about streetstyle in South America. We also chat about about Nia's solo exhibition, Drapetomania: The Strong Urge to Escape at Joy's gallery, the Waller Gallery. The exhibition visualizes the artist’s travels through Ecuador, Brazil, and Colombia.

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Apr 23 2018

1hr 3mins

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Rank #19: Reprise: 1. History of Fashion Week

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New York Fashion Week is just around the corner and we thought it'd be fun to do a reprise of our very first episode on the history of fashion week and fashion presentations! Oh my, we've learned a lot about recording since 2016!

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Jan 22 2019

1hr 2mins

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Rank #20: 7. Women In Pants III: Denim, Workwear and Athleisure

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Welcome to the third and final episode of the Women in Pants Series. In this episode, Jasmine and Dana divulge the history denim jeans. Dana discusses women in pants in the workplace. And finally, they talk about pants as the focal point of athleisure in the 21st century.

Jun 01 2016

59mins

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