I interviewed with Lane Bryant a few months ago for a part-time position and I'll share what I can remember with you. I felt that my interview went well but unfortunately, they really let me down (kept telling me they were checking my references and that no one was calling them back - in reality, they didn't check at all). But back to the important stuff...
She asked me questions from a form so there is a standard procedure (no out of left field questions). She made a point of asking me what I knew about the company (they are now owned by Charming Shoppes and not The Limited), what their philosophy was (not generating revenue but making the customer feel empowered/good about herself), and what I would/should do in a loss prevention situation (approach the customer and ask them if they'd like a room started or need help finding a size). I was asked about a challenging situation and how I handled it and an example of when I gave really great service.
I was told that employees should wear the latest LB fashions as much as possible and the regular discount (15%?) and once a month special discount day (40%?) were for that purpose. You may wear a non-LB garment as long as there is something almost identical to it for sale. There are no bare shoulders and no denim jeans.
I was told my pay would be $8.25 an hour (in Columbus, Ohio) because I had previous retail experience (albeit several years ago in a music store). I called once a week for four weeks after my interview and was repeatedly told that they were "checking my references" but my references, with whom I am on excellent speaking terms, said that they never called. I hope that doesn't happen to you. Good luck!