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The Geek of Chic aims high as Yoox merges with Net-a-Porter

Luxury e-commerce guru Federico Marchetti, once dubbed “The Geek of Chic“, has pulled off his biggest coup yet, clinching a deal to merge his Yoox Group SpA with London-based Net-a-porter to create a new industry heavyweight with annual sales of over €1.3 billion ($1.4 billion). 469 more words


Spring has Sprung...With Floral Prints That Is!

Analyzing the newest trend to hit the runway, so you can be better prepared for the Spring Season!

 Now that fashion week has come to a close, we are left feeling inspired by the ingenuity that the designers presented on their runways. 343 more words

Fashion Merchandising

Looking Good

Creative Practice: John Lewis brief

Creative development – looking at how typography can be used to encourage positive self-image for online shoppers.

Marc Jacobs To Shutter Marc by Marc Jacobs Brand

Marc by Marc Jacobs fans the rumors are true. The brand will shutter the Marc by Marc Jacobs line, as we know it in order to expand it into the main Marc Jacobs collection reports… 80 more words


J.Crew’s Drexler bets on Madewell, outlets, and overseas to fix business

J.Crew had an annus horribilis in 2014, with its namesake brand coming in for a particularly bad beating as women stayed away in droves.

But the fashion brand was unusually candid on its earnings call on Wednesday, and laid out a plan for getting out of its funk, putting emphasis on J.Crew’s outlet stores, its Madewell stores, international expansion, and, it hopes, better fashion for women. 739 more words


Why working in retail sometimes sucks...

So after leaving my bar job at the end of my first year of University, I bagged myself a new job in a clothing shop in the city centre when I returned for my second year in September, as I simply could not afford to live without a job. 651 more words


This infographic perfectly illustrates how I shop. Nope, not the red path. The blue path. I shop like a guy (not to mention I love Gap). 667 more words

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