Posted on 22 September 2016
The kerfuffle afoot to recalibrate the arcane fashion industry calendar and system as we know it—a shakeup begun at New York Fashion Week last season—seems to have added dissonance to an already misaligned industry. Translation: the practice of showing puffers in August and sundresses in February, intended for sale six months hence.
Posted on 29 July 2016
Owing to his body positivity mantra, New York designer Christian Siriano—known for his couture fantasy gowns and as a successful Project Runway winner—is fast becoming somewhat of a standard bearer for diverse body and age-defying couture fashion, and in the process, shunning an industry’s staid and stultifying notions of female beauty.
Posted on 15 July 2016
All you need is love. Or so it seems the love potion luxury fashion houses are brewing in social media has the potency to cast that elusive spell on social media “luxurians,” customers and aspirationals alike.
Posted on 29 June 2016
Social media analysis of Milan Men’s SS Fashion Week forecasts style trends harkening to an age-old wanderlust, impeccably styled.
Posted on 25 April 2016
Along with global market vicissitudes, luxury is being disrupted by new luxury global consumer attitudes and expectations, underpinned by the tenacious values of a new generation of affluents. Fashion industry disruption, as well, is at an inflection point, grappling to fix a woefully arcane distribution, manufacturing and supply-chain system.