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On this episode of The Dropcast, hosts Jian DeLeon and Noah Thomas celebrate International Women’s Day by opening the conversation around trash men! No not sanitation workers, but you know, stuff like toxic masculinity and R. Kelly’s recent interview with Gayle King, who handled his outbursts like a true G.

We’re joined by designer Recho Omondi, who first blew up for her embroidered knitwear and has since grown her collection into one of New York’s best independent brands. Krickie Pisaturo, founder of dope vintage shop Babemania, also joins us to discuss Clueless, ’90s fashion, and weigh in on our obsession with Supreme’s low-key pieces and theorize on why JJJJOUND’s collaborations appeal to such an interesting cross-section of people.

Dropcast listeners left some extremely fire voicemails in response to our question of the week: How can streetwear be more inclusive to women?

Listen up to hear a really good voicemail that sets a new standard for all you Dropcast callers out there. And for a chance to end up in a future episode, call The Dropcast Hotline at 833-HIGHSNOB (833-444-4766). See y’all next week.

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Words by Noah Thomas
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