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.
NEW YORK — As film and fashion become more intertwined, the money-making opportunities are set to increase exponentially. That was the big takeaway last week at the Fashion Law Institute at Fordham’s fourth annual symposium, where execs from Warner Bros.,Tiffany & Co. and HBO led a panel that explored the state of licensing.
Wednesday morning at Bryant Park’s Andaz Hotel, CFDA members participated in a round table discussion with execs from Intel — the microchip company that’s currently making a play for wearables — about the future of the market.