The Secret Journey of a Fashion Piece — Part 2: Manufacturing and Production -
I examined the manufacturing process of a ready-to-wear garment for Business of Fashion.
Spring: What's Working -- and What's Not -- Six Weeks In -
The most hyped shopping app ever to launch has now been live for over a month. How is it doing? My report for Fashionista.com.
I am happy to be in Paris covering the Spring 2015 shows for Fashionista.com:
Biggest Trends From Paris Fashion Week Spring 2015
Acne, Nicholas Kirkwood
Isabel Marant, Maison Martin Margiela
Carven, Nina Ricci, Christian Wijnants
Dries Van Noten, Christophe Lemaire, Rochas
Anthony Vaccarello, Jacquemus, Hood by Air
On the Red Carpet: 7 of the Hottest New Designers - Hollywood Reporter -
Had such a fun time reporting out this story for the Hollywood Reporter’s fall style issue about up-and-coming red carpet designers. Read it at Hollywoodreporter.com.
The Secret Journey of a Fashion Piece — Part 1: Creativity & Design - BoF - The Business of Fashion -
The first installment in my three-part series for the Business of Fashion on how a piece of designer clothing gets made.
What Does It Really Take to Launch a Fashion Brand? -
Talent, yes. Connections, most definitely. But more than anything: a lot of money. I took at the factors for Fashionista.com.
Michael Gordon’s Next Act - BoF - The Business of Fashion -
Bumble and Bumble founder Michael Gordon wants to shake up the industry once again with a new salon, a savvy digital content strategy and a product line called Purely Perfect. Read my profile on Business of Fashion.
Dan and Lauren discuss the new Apple Watch, the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, Apple keynotes, corporate uniforms, and the 1994 network TV lineup.
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More Than $1.4 Billion Has Been Invested in Wearables Over the Past Five Years -
In 2014 alone, venture capitalists and angel investors have fed more than $500 million into wearables-led startups. Read my Fashionista post about how Apple’s new device could change that market.
Inside the Factory Where Marc Jacobs Made His First Pair of Pants -
InStyle USA is one of the last full-service production companies operating in New York City’s Garment Center. I met the manufacturing team behind many of the city’s most beloved fashion brands for Fashionista.