Apple’s much-anticipated wearable device, which will reportedly debut this fall, may not pose a direct threat to luxury watchmakers. But it does signal opportunity. Read all about it at the Business of Fashion.
Set to present his third CG by Chris Gelinas collection at New York Fashion Week, the Canadian-born, New York-based designer speaks to BoF on how he’s balancing early critical success with the challenges of running a fashion start-up. Read my profile on Business of Fashion.
Last week, Arcadia Group CEO Sir Philip Green announced an investment in Australian flash sales site Mysale.com. But the power of the once-hyped business model remains questionable. I reported on the state of flash sales — which I’ve been covering pretty regularly since this launch of Gilt in 2007 — for Business of Fashion.
As she preps for an 800-person party celebrating the world of Hermes, the house’s deputy creative director for women’s reveals a bit of the magic behind the unbeatable brand. Read my profile at Elle.com.
In 2014, certain retailers and fashion brands have spent quite a bit of time suggesting that consumers should “buy less, buy better”. But is it an effective marketing strategy? I try my best to answer that question today on Fashionista.com.
Despite the vast number of artist-design partnerships, most are exclusive to a very small percentage of the general public. They are meant for those who appreciate — and can afford — high fashion. And who in turn can probably afford, or at least appreciate, high art. However, that notion is changing. Read more about it at Fashionista.com.