Search results “What is fashion brand” for the 2012
Top Luxury Fashion Brands - Haute Couture
Top Luxury Clothing Brands 2012 © Luxury Group International
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Zara Fashion Line: Are Americans Too Fat to Enjoy Popular Brand?
World's largest retail chain says it has no plans to add plus sizes to fashion line. For more on this story, click here: http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/entertainment/2012/11/fashion-tricks-to-fake-the-perfect-figure/
Views: 46349 ABC News
Party Baby - The Story of Kumamiki's Kawaii Harajuku Fashion Brand
A short documentary film about young Japanese fashion designer Kumamiki and her independent Harajuku/kawaii fashion brand Party Baby. We follow Kuma in the days before her first ever Party Baby fashion show in Tokyo and find out more about why she got into fashion and what Party Baby is all about. For more information on Party Baby, please see this article: http://tokyofashion.com/party-baby-kumamiki-harajuku-fashion-brand Movie produced by 1KFilms http://1kfilms.com/
Views: 298402 Tokyo Fashion
Giorgio Armani Documentary - Success Story
http://www.evancarmichael.com/support/ - SUPPORT ME :) Like this video? Please give it a thumbs up below and/or leave a comment - Thank you!!! My name is Evan Carmichael and I believe that the fastest and most effective way to build a business is to model the strategies of people who have already done what you're trying to do. I call it Modeling the Masters. My last post with almost 8,000 views was 3 Success Lessons from the Twitter Founders. Today we're going to take a closer look at how a young man from a war-torn country grew from poverty to becoming one of the top fashion designers in the world. This is the story of preeminent fashion designer Giorgio Armani and the top 3 lessons that you can learn from his success. "Remain true to yourself and your philosophy. Changing in the face of adversity will in fact diminish your credibility with your customers." - Giorgio Armani Giorgio Armani (born July 11, 1934) grew up in the small northern Italian town of Piacenza. Armani grew up in a family of five that was hard working, but never had too much money to go around. His childhood was not an easy one. The realities of the Second World War in which Italy was caught at the time, were all too apparent to the young Armani. After losing two young friends to a war bomb, Armani and his sister also became the target of machine gun fire from an overhead plane. However, Armani and his family survived the War and relocated to Milan. It was a city decidedly marked by class division, and one in which Armani's parents struggled to rebuild their lives. They found it hard to find their footing in this much bigger and tougher city than their little town of Piacenza. And so, he enrolled in the medical school at the University of Bologna, where he studied for two years to become a doctor. However, when he discovered that the sight of blood made him weak, Armani knew that line of work was not for him. In 1953, Armani was called to fulfill his military obligations, which he accepted eagerly as a chance to clear his head and gain new direction in his life. For all of his experience, Armani was assigned to the infirmary. However, he quickly grew bored with his prospects and realized that war life was not the romantic notion he had seen in the movies. He took a short break from the service and took a trip to Milan that would forever change his life. That was where he met a friend of his who happened to work at La Rinascente, Milan's largest department store, and who would give him his first break into the fashion industry. After the meeting, Armani said he had become a believer in destiny. That destiny has made him known for his classically tailored, sleek power suits and clean, high quality fabrics that everyone from the who's who of Hollywood to the bankers on Wall Street have fallen in love with. Now, Giorgio Armani S.p.A. has over $1.5 billion in revenue and a retail empire that extends to more than 35 countries. Action Item #1: Stick to Your Vision Action Item #2: Stretch Your Brand Action Item #3: Follow Your Conscience True Story Armani has designed clothing for some of the most influential people on the planet, but, according to Armani himself, some of his proudest designs were for Princess Charlene of Monaco. He has been clothing her since she first wore one of his pieces in 2008 at the Olympic Games in Beijing. He spoke to Vogue magazine about designing her wedding gown and believes Princess Charlene "knows how to wear my creations with nonchalance and confidence of youth." Getting to the point where royalty requests a specific designers clothing is considered the pinnacle of a designer's career, but Armani continues to challenge the market and re-invent his designs, which was shown in his design for Princess Charlene's wedding dress. According to Armani, "I felt the new design was appropriate given that there would inevitably be comparisons with Princess Grace, and though such comparisons are of course a sign of admiration, each person has their own individual and unique style, and style is an expression of the times." He goes on to say it was one of greatest creations. Quotes "In this business you can't have a destination, an arrival point. Otherwise your competitors will overtake you, or you become complacent." "The long and short of it for me is that the entrepreneur is the one who at the end decides yes or no and I like that even though it's a lot of responsibility." "I supposed it would have been great to invent something as classic and enduring as the tuxedo. But if I was collecting royalties, I wish I'd invented the corkscrew." What Do You Think? Do you keep your vision sharpened? Do you continually stretch your brand and expand your reach? Are you following your conscience? Tell me what you think by leaving a message below.
Views: 75901 Evan Carmichael
OTHERS by Hypebeast - Acronym's Technical Fashion
A trip to Berlin-based Acronym's design atelier reveals the utilitarian philosophy behind one of fashion's most innovative brands. Co-founder Errolson Hugh explains the style and infrastructure behind Acronym's "technical fashion." Watch more OTHERS by Hypebeast here: http://bit.ly/OTHERSbyHypebeast Subscribe to i am OTHER for more videos: http://bit.ly/IAO_subscribe i am OTHER: Executive Producer - Pharrell Williams General Manager - Caron Veazey Creative Director - Mimi Valdés Executive Producer - Robin Frank Producer - Bethany Gould DoP/Editor - Gabriel Stanley Assistant Producer - Alexandra DePersia Digital Marketing - Aviva Yael i am OTHER Motion Graphics by Syndrome
Views: 96311 iamOTHER
Luxury brands look to lifestyle
It is no longer enough to be a luxury or heritage brand. To really own the market, luxury brands increasingly need to be a lifestyle brand. Vanessa Friedman, fashion editor, speaks to leading industry figures at the FT's Business of Luxury Summit in Morocco. For more video content from the FT, visit the Financial Times video page at: http://www.ft.com/video
Views: 13062 Financial Times
Tips - "Starting a Fashion Brand" by Maurice Malone
Fashion Designer Maurice Malone speaks to Kent State University fashion students about "tips in starting a Fashion Brand".
Views: 3237 denimwork1
Using Social Media in the Fashion Industry | Parsons The New School for Design
Parsons is a part of The New School, a university in New York City offering distinguished degree, certificate, and continuing education programs in art and design, liberal arts, management and policy, and the performing arts. PARSONS THE NEW SCHOOL FOR DESIGN | http://www.newschool.edu/parsons Using Social Media in the Fashion Industry: Fashion #560chat School of Fashion at Parsons | http://www.newschool.edu/parsons/fashion-school As fashion students are rapidly joining the online communities of LinkedIn, Twitter and Google+, how can they leverage the social media tools to build their own brands? What is netiquette and how can it work for you? A panel of fashion insiders, branding professionals, and fashion recruiters will answer questions and guide anyone interested in building their social media identity. Speakers: • Susan Tabak • Dana Leavy, Career Consulting, Aspyre Solutions • Aliza Licht, SVP, Global Communications, Donna Karan International • David Ferron, David Ferron Designs • Gretchen Harnick, Assistant Professor, Parsons The New School for Design Parsons 560 Fashion Blog | http://fashion.parsons.edu Join us to celebrate the 2 year anniversary of Parsons 560, our school blog. This event is the kick-off of our weekly #560chat, for fashion students, alumni and professionals everywhere. PARSONS THE NEW SCHOOL FOR DESIGN | http://www.newschool.edu/parsons Location: Parsons School of Fashion. Thursday, February 16 at 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Views: 17517 The New School
How'd You Get That Fashion Job? Glamour Editors Share Their Best Career Advice - Glamour Inspired
Looking for a job in fashion but you're not quite sure where to start? We asked Glamour editors, writers and bloggers to share their best career advice for breaking into the fashion biz. Watch their tips on the one thing you can do right now to snag a job like theirs, then stay tuned for the next How'd You Get That Fashion Job? video, coming soon! Still haven’t subscribed to Glamour on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/2gYlQqe How'd You Get That Fashion Job? Glamour Editors Share Their Best Career Advice - Glamour Inspired
Views: 35311 Glamour Magazine
Thrift, Consignment & Vintage Stores | NYC Fashion
Watch more New York Fashion Tips videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/502950-Thrift-Consignment-and-Vintage-Stores-NYC-Fashion New York City is known for its shopping, for the big boutiques and the brand names, but one of the things that it really does best is vintage or thrift and consignment shopping. Let's be clear on what the difference is. So vintage or a vintage shop means pre-worn clothing that's typically from another era. So at this point, yes, maybe 90's counts as vintage, but we're talking early 90's and before that. Thrift and consignment can be more contemporary clothing. So consignment means that someone's dropping it off at the store, and they'll get paid once it gets sold. So that's usually where you're going to find something that's something in-season or maybe a season or two old. Someone bought it, they spent a lot of money on it, they wore it a bit, and now they're done and want to get a return. So it really depends on what you're looking for. If you want to get some current clothing maybe a little cheaper, then you want to look at consignment, and if you want to get some super individual one of a kind pieces, that's when you want to look at vintage. A few things to keep in mind when you're shopping in either of these stores is fit. You can always get something tailored to be smaller. You're never going to get it bigger. So you can definitely go a size up, or if something feels a bit loose or baggy, you can definitely purchase that and then get it tailored. If it feels too tight, you're never going to be able to fix that. That's the same thing with shoes. So anything with vintage or thrift or consignment, when you're looking at it, it's not size the way when you go into a boutique and you say, "I'm a size 10 or a size 4". You're just going to have to try things on and then use your imagination to think, "What can I do to make this work?" And the plus side is, you're getting this on discount, so it's worth spending the money to tailor it. Take a dress that's maybe a little looser, and bring it to a quality tailor, and spend 20 or 25 dollars getting it fit perfectly to you. That's the benefit of vintage or thrift. I mean, you're not going to get a contemporary piece of clothing that's one of a kind and custom measured to you. If you go vintage, you can find something maybe from the 70's like a cool Maxi dress, and maybe it's a bit big, but you spend another 20 dollars getting it tailored and you have a one of a kind piece that you got for under 50 dollars. Another thing to keep in mind is digging. You've just got to put in the time. Most vintage stores and thrift stores in New York are merchandised pretty well. They put things in certain styles, certain colors and certain eras. You definitely want to take the time to go through every piece because you never know what's going to be hidden. A lot of the times, there's a lot of people in there and they're moving things around. It's worth spending that time to find that hidden treasure that no one else saw. The one thing you never want to do is buy something that's stained. It may seem like a good idea because you're going to get it for a really cheap price, but it's not worth it. You're not going to be able to get it out and you're never going to wear it. So if something has a red wine stain or if something even looks like it's just got a mark on it, it's probably been washed a few times. Someone's probably also taken it to the dry cleaner's, and if they didn't get it out, you're not going to get it out. So definitely look for clean things first and foremost. Then make sure that if it doesn't fit you perfectly, it's on the bigger side, and then just make sure to dig. If you're in the SoHo area, I love 11 on Prince Street. They have a great mix of sort of consignment, definitely some vintage, sort of 70's Americana style, and then some current products that they've designed as well. For really good consignment and sort of current season stuff, you should look at like a Tokyo 7 in the East Village, or Closet in Brooklyn. Those are places that just everyone in New York uses them, and you're going to get the mix of the high and the low, and it's going to be contemporary and from current seasons, and you're going to save so much.
Views: 44549 Howcast
Re: What is the future of fashion?
Fashion is headed for a hodge-podge of luxury and affordability. A question I ask myself every day. You know I think there will always be the place where fashion as clothing. But I think that fashion, and design, and brands, and designers are gonna move beyond just building clothing. I mean I think it will be about sort of whole cults of the way a person lives. I mean I'm interested, when I'm creating, a visceral luxury brand, and interacting from the food people eat to beyond the sheets and the building they live in. It's about creating a whole world that is a whole look that is about the well being of a person and their values. Recorded on: 7/31/07 A question I ask myself every day. You know I think there will always be the place where fashion as clothing. But I think that fashion, and design, and brands, and designers are gonna move beyond just building clothing. I mean I think it will be about sort of whole cults of the way a person lives. I mean I'm interested, when I'm creating, a visceral luxury brand, and interacting from the food people eat to beyond the sheets and the building they live in. It's about creating a whole world that is a whole look that is about the well being of a person and their values. Recorded on: 7/31/07
Views: 24 Big Think
Angela Ahrendts: The secrets behind Burberry's growth | Fortune
After taking over in 2006, Burberry CEO Angela Ahrendts revived the struggling British fashion brand. At the Fortune Most Powerful Women event in London, she shared her strategy.
Views: 20340 Fortune Magazine
Behind the Brand [COMUNE]
Come take a look with us into this brand's roots, fast times and collaborative means of creating a great clothing line, eye opening art, and epic events. "COMUNE was created by people who embrace the rawness and imperfections of everyday life and use it to creatively push boundaries in fashion through art, music, skate, and snow." Follow us on EMUZE: https://www.emuze.com/karmalooptv http://thecomune.com http://karmaloopmedia.com http://www.karmaloop.com/brands/COMUNE
Views: 15707 KarmaloopTV
*EXCLUSIVE* - Here is Fashion advice from celebrity icon Michael Kors
http://www.gettrillion.com/survey - At New York Fashion Week, Michael Kors talks to CNN about his brand and fashion essentials every one should have.
Views: 138 M0NEYB00K1OO
From Branding With Love: Sasha Strauss at TEDxUCIrvine
In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
Views: 37265 TEDx Talks
Behind The Brand Horst Dusseldorf
Quality and passion is what drives this clothing brand for men.
Views: 345 WatchMojoFashion
The PUMA Sustainable Store
In a global first for the brand, PUMA opened its first Sustainable Store in Bangalore in August 2012. Boasting revolutionary design features and an impressive list of sustainable elements, the store heralds a new era in retail spaces.
Views: 24726 PUMA
FÖTUS ZENTRUM-FUTURE IS BRIGHT Japanese Cyber punk fashion brand Rebirth
SlideShow made with my archive pictures of favorite Brand Fötus
Views: 1591 aloismeyer
Performance Branding in the Fashion Industry with Hubert Rampersad
Hubert Rampersad teaches you how to become a powerful fashion brand and make a difference in the fashion industry. Hubert Rampersad Books: "Total Performance Scorecard: Redefining Management to Achieve Performance with Integrity" http://bit.ly/19AlCN ,"Personal Balanced Scorecard; The Way to Individual Happiness, Personal Integrity and Organizational Effectiveness" http://bit.ly/9MJRY, "TPS-Lean Six Sigma; Linking Human Capital to Lean Six Sigma - A New Blueprint for Creating High Performance Companies " http://bit.ly/1bG4I7, "Authentic Personal Branding: A new blueprint for building and aligning your brand " http://bit.ly/A0mOj, and "Be The CEO of Your Life: The Ultimate Authentic Personal Branding Formula for Standing Out from the Crowd" http://bit.ly/2IF7X9, which have been published in 15-20 languages. Free Business and Leadership Resources: http://hrampersad.wix.com/tpsi#!faq/cirw ; http://hrampersad.wix.com/tpsi#!news/c2t8 Business and Leadership Articles: http://hrampersad.wix.com/tpsi#!news/c2t8 Hubert Rampersad's Tailor Made Training & Coaching Programs: http://bit.ly/S0bUpT ; http://bit.ly/PHzyry ; http://bit.ly/NlHXfe ; http://hrampersad.wix.com/tpsi#!clients/cp7n Hubert Rampersad's website: http://hrampersad.wix.com/tpsi http://www.hrpbranding.com Hubert Rampersad's life story http://tinyurl.com/c7udjm Join Hubert Rampersad at LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/in/hubertrampersad Watch Hubert Rampersad's other videos: - Corporate Branding with Hubert Rampersad http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6fDsLq4woyI - Hubert Rampersad on Authentic personal branding - Hubert Rampersad on How to Reinforce Employee Engagement - Hubert Rampersad on How to Manage Yourself with the Personal Balanced Scorecard - Personal Leadership Branding with Hubert Rampersad http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qtuBmTvsRzI - Hubert Rampersad on How to Become a Personal Brand Coach http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ntKdCVDUakA - Interview "Authentic Personal Branding" with Hubert Rampersad on YouTube http://bit.ly/PgjP4g (in Dutch) -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hubert Rampersad, PhD., is a successful author, authority and expert on authentic personal & corporate branding and employee engagement (http://bit.ly/RaG8Xj), founder and builder of several businesses, keynote speaker, and respected consultant, coach, trainer, leader, and strategist. He has over 25 years experience and lectures all over the world on personal leadership branding, authentic personal & corporate branding, employee engagement & alignment, human performance management, innovative entrepreneurship, and sustainable personal & organizational change (http://bit.ly/Vg3mcZ ). He holds a PhD in Management and MSc and BSc in Technology from leading European universities. He is president at HR Performance Branding (http://bit.ly/RLw6tq) in California and the prominent author of the bestselling books "Total Performance Scorecard: Redefining Management to Achieve Performance with Integrity " ,"Personal Balanced Scorecard; The Way to Individual Happiness, Personal Integrity and Organizational Effectiveness ", "TPS-Lean Six Sigma; Linking Human Capital to Lean Six Sigma - A New Blueprint for Creating High Performance Companies", "Authentic Personal Branding: A new blueprint for building and aligning your brand", and "Be The CEO of Your Life: The Ultimate Authentic Personal Branding Formula for Standing Out from the Crowd", which have been published in 15-20 languages (see http://bit.ly/RLwGHD). His was featured in Fortune Magazine and BusinessWeek (http://bit.ly/PifMED ). He taught at MIT Sloan (MIT Leadership Center) to MBA students as part of the Sloan Innovation Period. Dr. Rampersad can be reached at [email protected] and www.HRPBranding.com
How to Market Your Fashion Label
How to Market YOur Fashion Label. For Mentoring visit: http://www.fashiondesignsuccess.com
Views: 1935 FashionDesignSuccess
The customer for your clothing brand may differ. Know that for your brand's deliveries (aka drops). Want to start a fashion brand or clothing line? Let clothing brand mentor Jon Phenom help. I offer consultation/ brand coaching for start-ups. +Design +Brand Strategy +Production +Streamlining I love speaking at events or hosting panels. +EMAIL ME Designer.JonPhenom (at) gmail (dot) com +INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/jonphenom/ +TWiTTERS http://twitter.com/jonphenom +PERISCOPE https://www.periscope.tv/jonphenom +SNAPCHAT @mr.jonphenom
Views: 3011 Jon Phenom
Drop Dead Clothing - The Production Process
Drop Dead Clothing "The Production Process" A short video explaining our production process www.iheartdropdead.com
Views: 734199 dropdeadvideo
About Fashion Expert Nancy Deihl | Fashion Designers
Watch more Fashion Designers and Fashion Brands videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/500177-About-Fashion-Expert-Nancy-Deihl-Fashion-Designers Hi. My name is Nancy Deihl, I'm a fashion historian and the Director of the Graduate Program in Costume Studies at NYU. In my work, I look at the history of fashion in the context of what's going on in the world. My area of specialty is the history of fashion and textiles from 1850 to the present. And in my work, I try to look at fashion through the context of society. Brands have become really important, and they really drive the way people decide what to buy, how to dress, and how they want to present themselves to the world. For brands like Chanel, Gucci, and Dior, are known for desirable clothes, jewelry, and accessories. Many people don't know about the heritage and history of these illustrious names. So now I want to talk to you a little bit about these brands.
Views: 1586 Howcast
Start a Fashion Label From Home!
Register Here for a Free Webinar on How to Start a Fashion Label From Home! http://eWebinars.com/3646/2suz9xgxmq/webinar-register.php?trackingID1=XXXXXXXX&trackingID2=YYYYYYYYY&landingpage=default&expiration=default
Views: 6277 FashionDesignSuccess
Launching a Brand
The principles of launching a brand or a brand extension are critical to a business. Get it wrong and the consequences can be disastrous. Dr Radu Dimitriu explains.
Michael Kors: Fashion is global
At New York Fashion Week, Michael Kors talks to CNN about his brand and fashion essentials every one should have.
Views: 584 CNN
TEDxBigApple - Kavita Parmar - Turning Supply Chains Into Prosperity Chains
Kavita shares her vision to create new 'prosperity chains' from existing supply chains in fashion. Kavita Parmar is a fashion maverick, Creative Director of Maison Raasta and co-founder of digital brand The IOU Project. An overachiever, at 22 Kavita acquired the license to sell the Osh Kosh B Gosh brand in India and went on to open 14 stores in the country. She is a vocal proponent of disrupting the distribution chain in fashion for a more sustainable model. About TEDx, x=independently organize event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x=independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
Views: 13744 TEDx Talks
how to create your own brand,  product line, private labeling,
Must see! Don't miss out! Make money by making your own products and selling them. You can get it packaged by Gables Cosmetics. S. Miller, the chemist of the company, explains what it takes to make your products, what are the ingredients, how much it will cost him, and what do you need to market. Learn how women will buy your product line; do you want natural or not. Get business advice. Learn how the first soap and shampoo were made and who made it first. Do you want to make silicone for shiny hair? Learn where to get it; what chemical companies have it, and how to market it. Learn how was Redken created. How many product lines did Jerry Redding make and lose it to his women (wives at a time). About Nexus, Joico, Sebastian, Paul Mitchel and L'Oreal. How did L'Oreal win over Clairol. Does it mean Clairol is not "worth it?" Most products have the same ingredients, but different sales pitches make different prices. To buy brand or not to buy brand. Shampoo ingredients; water, SLS (sodium Laureth Lulfate) or Ammonium Laureth Sulfate; those are the ingredients, the rest are buffers for marketing. Thick or thin shampoo; the salt is the matter. Salt makes shampoo to thicken, but, is it good for you? How much do you pay for shampoo. How much does it cost. $14 cents a gallon for gel? Yes, it is possible. Watch how S. Miller makes gel in front of your eyes; water, carbopol, color and perfume. Add salt if you want it to magically turn into a spray gel. About Johnny B and his gel accident that became a popular gel. Learn about cuticle oil, it's pricing and mineral oil as the main ingredient. Did Germans invent the detergent. What company started to manufacture silicone; is it really made of sand? Is coconut oil organic; do they mix acetone with it? Gel or mouse? Which one to chose as a styling aid for your hair. An eye opener video, so much information for cosmetologists, barbers, beauty school students, salon professionals, entrepreneurs who would like to make money by making their own products through private labeling and making it a popular brand. Where to sell it; is Costco a good choice to diversify your products that were exclusive to salons when you started to market it. Learn marketing techniques. Video by beautyhealthtravel channel. Guest speaker S. MIller.
Views: 287852 BeautyHealthTravel
#Now #FhEAR #THIStm! ☮ Hi, I'm Buddy Jackson, Creative Telecom Expert Of 39 Years. Artist. Musician. I Actually Believe I Have A Way To Compete With Amazon. (Crazy, But Not Impossible). Are There Any Retail Companies Desperate Enough Yet To Want To Save Themselves, Or Are You Just Going Bankrupt, Sacrificing Your Employees, Families, Etc.? I Am Wanting To Grow My Simple Idea Into A Multi-Billion Dollar Worldwide Corporation, Providing Jobs To People Who Want To Own And Operate Their Own Retail Business, in Their Own Town, In Their Own Way! #HurryStop #ConexBox #GiftBoxCard #GitXomeOnyu #MakingRetailFun #RetailAfterLife I Am Seeking A "Business Relationship" With An Existing Tech-Centric, Forward-Thinking, #Retail #Fashion Company, To Sell Clothing & Accessories From Portable Closed-Network-Sales-Outlets, Featuring Free WiFi, Within Innovative, Licensed, IoT System's. So, Think About THIS™. The Only Thriving Stores Are, Salvation Army, The Goodwill, And Other Thrift-like Stores Where Profit Is Nearly 100%. We Will Be Licensing Our #Hippiemart Outlet's -Operating Beyond Brick & Mortar Real Estate! You Could Have THIS™ #PERFECTGIFT, #SILICONBEACHYP [email protected] (213) 342-THIS and / or (213) LET-THIS http://www.THIStm.com http://www.Hippiemart.com http://www.GiftBoxCard.com Hey! #NYFW #DTLA #LAFW #LFW #PFW #SFFW #SILICONBEACH_LA #SILICONBEACHLAX! FYI: We Avoid Music Video's That Violate Copyright Law. .
Views: 89 Buddy Jackson
Does my bottom line look big in this? Dr Ben Barry on fashion model selection
New research by Dr Ben Barry, an Ogilvy Foundation scholar at Cambridge Judge Business School, reveals how fashion brands can better influence the purchase intentions of women by the type of models they use, but warns there are significant cultural differences to observe. The research indicates that women want models, regardless of age or size, to inspire them with glamour, artistry and creativity, as opposed to stimulating just aspiration. Dr Barry's cross-cultural study of consumer response to size, age and race diversity in fashion advertising involving nearly three thousand women in North America, Canada and China also revealed strong cultural differences. In North America he found the practice of using only models who reflect the Western beauty ideal to be ineffective, whereas in China younger Chinese women actually increased purchase intention when they saw idealised Western models. Multi-regional approaches, explains Dr Barry, are therefore needed when developing successful advertising.
Detox Fashion
TOXIC IS SO LAST SEASON They say you can tell next season's hottest trend by looking at the colour of the rivers in Mexico and China. That's because global fashion brands like Calvin Klein and GAP are using hazardous chemicals and dyes to make our clothes. These chemicals poison our rivers, and traces of these hazardous chemicals also end up remaining in many of the garments people buy. But it doesn't have to be this way. Around the world, a growing movement of people are calling on clothing brands to make fashion that doesn't cost the Earth. Over half a million people have joined the campaign since November, resulting in the world's largest fashion retailer, Zara, and the world's largest jean manufacturer, Levi's, to commit to clean-up their supply chain and products. True People Power in action. Join fashion-lovers, activists, models and designers in exposing big brands' dirty little secret and demanding fashion without pollution: www.greenpeace.org/detox
Views: 470125 Greenpeace International
Averagé - Middle America's Most Popular Clothing Line
Averagé - America's most popular clothing line. Best of Tripp and Tyler: http://bit.ly/1YFlsbP OUR PODCAST: http://apple.co/1VDQz54 SUBSCRIBE to Tripp and Tyler: http://bit.ly/19gTRke Want exclusive content (unreleased videos, etc)? http://eepurl.com/lqSmf Want us to make a video for you? http://bit.ly/wantavideo Want to use this video at a meeting or event: http://trippandtyler.tv/licensing Our other Internet websites: Facebook: http://facebook.com/trippandtyler Twitter: http://twitter.com/trippandtyler Our book! http://trippandtylerbook.com
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CALOZERO is a new brand of Italian fashion. A factory located in the textile town of Prato
http://calozero.it/ CALOZERO is a new brand of Italian fashion. A factory located in the textile town of Prato selling its products directly to consumers. Abbigliamento uomo donna autunno inverno primavera estate. CALOZERO clothing Made in Italy. Visit the online shop, click here: http://calozero.it/ Italian fashion; Italy is one of the leading countries in fashion design, alongside others such as France, USA, Great Britain and Japan. Fashion has always been an important part of the country's cultural life and society, and Italians are well known for their attention to dressing-up well; "la bella figura", or good impression, remains traditional in the Italian way of living. Italian design became prominent ever since the 11th-16th centuries, when artistic development in Italy was at its peak. Cities such as Venice, Milan, Florence and Vicenza started to produce luxury goods, hats, cosmetics, jewelry and rich fabrics. During the 17th-early 20th centuries, Italian fashion lost its importance and lustre, and Europe's main trendsetter became France, with the great popularity of French fashion; this is due to the luxury dresses which were designed for the courtiers of Louis XIV. However, since the 1951-53 fashion soirées held by Giovanni Battista Giorgini in Florence,the "Italian school" started to compete with the French haute couture, and labels such as Ferragamo and Gucci began to contend with Chanel and Dior. In 2009, according to the Global Language Monitor, Milan, Italy's center of design, was ranked the top fashion capital of the world, and Rome was ranked 4th, and, despite both cities fell down places in subsequent rankings, in 2011, Florence entered as the 31st world fashion capital. Milan is generally considered to be part of the "big four" global fashion capitals, which, aside from the Italian city, consist of New York City, Paris and London; occasionally, the "big five" also includes Rome. Examples of major Italian fashion houses are: Gucci, Armani, Emilio Pucci, Valentino, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Ferragamo, Roberto Cavalli, Trussardi, Versace, Krizia, Etro, Miu Miu, Laura Biagiotti, Max Mara, Fendi, Moschino, Missoni, Bottega Veneta, Benetton and Brioni (fashion),to name a few. Italy also is home to many fashion magazines, such as Grazia, Vogue Italia, Amica, Flair, Gioia. Other Italian accessory and jewelry brands, such as Luxottica and Bulgari are amongst the most important in the world. Fashion in Italy started to become the most fashionable in Europe since the 11th century, and powerful cities of the time, such as Venice, Milan, Florence, Vicenza and Rome began to produce robes, jewelry, textiles, shoes, fabrics, ornaments and elaborate dresses.Italian fashion reached its peak during the Renaissance. As Italy is widely recognized as the cradle and birthplace of the Renaissance, art, music, education, finance and philosophy flourished, and along with it, Italian fashion designs became immensely popular (especially those worn by the Medicis in Florence. The fashions of Queen Catherine de' Medici of France, were considered amongst the most fashionable in Europe). Florence is regarded by some as the birthplace and earliest center of the modern (post World War Two) fashion industry in Italy. The Florentine "soirées" of the early 1950s organized by Giovanni Battista Giorgini were events where several now-famous Italian designers participated in group shows and first garnered international attention. Florence has served as the home of the Italian fashion company Salvatore Ferragamo since 1928. Gucci, Roberto Cavalli, and Emilio Pucci are also headquartered in Florence. Other major players in the fashion industry such as Prada and Chanel have large offices and stores in Florence or its outskirts. Florence's main upscale shopping street is Via de' Tornabuoni, where major luxury fashion houses and jewelry labels, such as Armani and Bulgari, have their elegant boutiques. Via del Parione and Via Roma are other streets that are also well-known for their high-end fashion stores. - Abbigliamento uomo donna autunno inverno primavera estate CALOZERO clothing Made in Italy pitti giubbotti jackets clothes dress wear dressing Fashion Style Beauty Designer Collection Mode Modeling Vogue Role Dior Armani Dolce Designers Boutique Jeans Pants Boots Tight Outfit Flash Dresses Modelling Fancy Jacket Hats Shorts Wearing Gloves Silk Shiny Dirty Satin Glasses Pink Wet Shoes Lace Outfits Coat Suit Shades Lycra Thigh Scarf Accessories Stocking Uniform Costume clothing clothes apparel dress wear attire dressing garb raiment array rig luxury Clothing Made in Italy. Italian fashion. A factory of Prato textile. CALOZERO Abbigliamento italiano http://goodnews.ws/
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Graduate profile: Prabodh Mishra, MSc International Fashion Marketing
Prabodh Mishra graduated from Heriot-Watt University in 2011 with an MSc in International Fashion Marketing. Prabodh chose us over other universities as his course covers fashion business development and brand management. Find out more about the programme that Prabodh studied: http://www.postgraduate.hw.ac.uk/courses/view/235/
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► YOOX.COM - The World's Leading Lifestyle E-store for Multi-brand Fashion, Design, & Art
http://yoox.ly/shopyoox yoox.com, fondato nel 2000, fondato nel 2000, è il lifestyle e-store multi-brand di moda, design e arte leader nel mondo. Grazie a consolidate relazioni dirette con designer, produttori e dealer autorizzati, yoox.com offre una selezione infinita di prodotti: - un'ampia scelta di capi d'abbigliamento e accessori difficili da trovare dei più importanti designer al mondo - capsule collection esclusive - proposte di moda eco-friendly - un assortimento unico di oggetti di design - rari capi vintage e originali libri d'arte - una ricercata collezione di accattivanti opere provenienti dai più importanti musei e gallerie a livello mondiale, selezionate da curatori e critici internazionali Fare shopping su yoox.com è una continua scoperta, un viaggio divertente ed eclettico oltre le stagioni della moda, che dà la possibilità a uomini e donne di esprimere la propria individualità attraverso uno stile creativo e senza tempo. "Mixo vecchio e nuovo" Franca Sozzani, Direttore di Vogue Italia, da The Daily Telegraph "Mi vesto solo con capi di collezioni passate...Se ti piace la moda, la indossi." Karl Lagerfeld, Designer, da Lagerfeld Confidential, 2007 "La moda appartiene sempre più ai veri connoisseur, che hanno la capacità di riconoscere i pezzi migliori, fonderli con il proprio stile, per un risultato finale senza tempo.." Holly Brubach, Critico moda e autore, da A Dedicated Follower of Fashion *** yoox.com, established in 2000, is the world's leading lifestyle e-store for multi-brand fashion, design and art. Shopping on yoox.com is all about discovery - an eclectic and playful journey beyond fashion's strict seasonal rules - allowing men and women to express their individuality through timeless and creative style. http://yoox.ly/shopyoox Powered by YOOX Group
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Fake Fashion What do consumers think?
We interviewed people on the street to find out what consumers think about copycats and fake Brands? What do the consumers really think? A full transcript of this video can be found at: http://www.ipaustralia.gov.au/about-us/news-and-media/you-tube-transcripts/fake-fashion-consumers/
Views: 1325 IPAustralia
Site and Storefront Visits - CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund 2012 - Vogue
It’s one thing to witness a designer describe her entire vision, brand, and clothes to Anna Wintour and the full CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund selection committee—in fifteen minutes or less. It’s another thing to watch that same designer unveil a brand-new collection in the midst of New York Fashion Week. And it’s still another to view that same designer’s clothes photographed by the legendary Peter Lindbergh in the pages of Vogue. But encountering that designer in her own environment is perhaps the most revealing test of all.
 This week’s episode of The Fashion Fund brings us to the site visit, the all-important moment when the judges make the trek to the studios and storefronts of the ten finalists. “It’s my favorite part of the process for the Fashion Fund,” says J.Crew’s Jenna Lyons. “Just to see the contrast of how the designers work, and how they acutally see themselves. . . .”
 Whether polished showrooms or underground ateliers, what do the finalists’ studios say about their chance at winning the top prize? Watch Episode 4 of The Fashion Fund to find out. Still haven’t subscribed to Vogue on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/vogueyoutubesub
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Tiger of Sweden Clothing
Tiger of Sweden is a classical fashion brand that is introducing suits to a younger fashion conscious crowd.
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Funkyst Clothing Launch Party (Short Promo Video)
Filmed & Edited by Ebeneza Duodu For video enquiries contact our management: [email protected] Follow us on twitter: https://twitter.com/FunkystClothing https://twitter.com/CrystalStonesCS https://twitter.com/EbenezaDuodu Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Crystalstonesmedia Funkyst Clothing is a brand/movement even lifestyle, created by Matthew Lewis and Nana Dadson in 2009. We started the brand to fulfill our dreams of one day becoming entrepreneurs, and doing what we are most passionate about. Having different backgrounds and coming from different cultures we share the same ideas and concept of independent thinking. Leading yourself rather than being lead by the nose, the fact that we both share the same acknowledgement of how society is a disillusioned follow up of it self, with rules, bounds and regulations. The restrictions Hold on tight to all forms of creativity, and refuse to set them free with most people shown how to live, dress, speak and even which shops and brands you should use. FunKyst Clothing aims to discard all limitations and the ignorant views of the public, showing almost a lifestyle, reflected in the way you dress. Live your life with No restrictions. Lead, Never Follow. Soundtrack used: Kirko Bangz-Drank In My Cup Instrumental Whiz Khalifa Type of Beat
Views: 945 CrystalStonesMedia
Style Social A Fashion and Lifestyle Blogger Series at The Americana at Brand - DIY Decor
Style Social, a fashion and lifestyle blogger series at The Americana at Brand, Thursdays starting March 22, 2012. Thursday, March 22 6 - 9pm DIY Decor with designlovefest at Anthropologie Hosted by Bri Emery of designlovefest.com and Jen Gotch of ban.do. Space is limited. RSVP to [email protected]​.com. Thursday, March 29 6 - 9pm DIY Jewelry & Market Bags with Honestly...WTF and LUV AJ at Urban Outfitters Hosted by Erica Chan Coffman and Lauren Kolodny of honestlywtf.com with jewelry designer Amanada Thomas of Luv AJ. Plus, music by Posso Universe. Thursday, April 5 6 - 9pm Spring Must Haves with Sincerely, Jules at Madewell Hosted by Julie Sarinana of sincerelyjules.com. Thursday, April 12 7 - 9pm Chic Entertaining Ideas with Oh Joy! at kate spade new york Hostd by Joy Cho of ohjoy.com. Dive into summer with chic outdoor entertaining ideas.
Views: 9234 AmericanaatBrand
Behind the Brand | Leah Mcsweeney
Karmaloop TV catches up with Leah McSweeney of Married to the MOB to discuss her new brand "Leah McSweeney". Follow us on EMUZE:https://www.emuze.com/karmalooptv
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Meet the Indi-Chic Boutique Fashion + Merchandising Executive Team
Meet the amazing executives behind Boca Raton's most popular new fashion and style shopping destination - Indi-Chic conveniently located at Royal Palm Place in Boca Raton Florida. Indi-Chic is South Florida's newest shopping obsession - discover discriminating designer fashions that you won't find anywhere else. Luxurious daywear, night-out dressing, resort, evening wear, jewelry, accessories, shoes, handbags and Italian Perfume + Body Care. We are proud to cater to patrons, friends and fashionistas seeking quality constructed fashions and accessories that defy trends and make you look exceptional. An essential lifestyle fashion brand for the jetset fashionista, Indi-Chic features a sophisticated mix of distinctive style for day, night, going-out, resort and apres-yoga. Established by Michelle and Dan Jaffe together with their team of eclectic designers, Indi-Chic is proud to feature casual to dressy clothing, handbags, jewelry and shoes that you won't find at any other retailers or clothing boutiques. Indulge your inner passion for designer fashions with luxurious fabrics including pima cotton, cashmere, handmade lace, velvets and silks. Delight in Indi-Chic's expansive range of handmade artisan scarfs featuring unique bohemian and global prints. And don't forget your special reward from Indi-Chic with every Indi-Chic purchase- a one-of-a-kind reusable and eco-friendly artisan global print satchel. We care about your unique devotion to superb styles and fashions that transcend trends of the moment and look forward to fashioning you! xoxo Indi-Chic Visit us online at www.indichicboca.com Available by Walk-In or Private Appointment: Please call (561) 245-7487. DIRECTIONS TO INDI-CHIC: Palmetto Parkway East to Federal Highway. Turn right (south) and go to first light (SE 3rd street). Turn left into Royal Palm Place and proceed till you see Harry's Jewelry. Turn right and then quick left to Indi-Chic. (Located next to Pure Barre and across from Table 42)
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Fashion Management
Fashion Management Courses at Southampton Solent University
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Hermes Icons | Fashion Designers
Watch more Fashion Designers and Fashion Brands videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/500142-Hermes-Icons-Fashion-Designers Among its many products, several Hermes bags have acquired iconic status. The first was the Kelly bag. Named for it's association with Princess Grace of Monaco, the former Grace Kelly, who was photographed in Life magazine. She was pregnant at the time and she held the bag so that it was very close to her body, kind of protecting her. So the bag has acquired kind of cult status because of the association with her celebrity. Another important style is the Birkin bag, which was designed in honor of Jane Birkin, the English actress and singer. She was apparently seated near the chairman of Hermes on an airplane flight and he noticed that when she rummaged through her purse, all her stuff fell out. And so he felt that she needed a new bag. So she had a straw bag. He designed her a beautiful leather bag and that became know as the Birkin bag.
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2012  How is Fashion a Fear Label?
Dig into http://www.destonians.com to assist and support yourself in realizing that/how the mind is not reality and visit http://www.desteni.org to assist and support yourself in stopping the mind as delusion and standing up as life as who you really are
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10 Most Valuable Brands In The World
10 Most Valuable Brands In The World They provide services and products purchased the world over, these are the 10 most valuable brands on the planet. Music = Hot Fashion by Barrie Gledden, Jeff Dale and Tim Reilly Where else to find All Time 10s... Facebook: http://ow.ly/3FNFR Twitter: http://ow.ly/3FNMk Check out a selection of video's highlighting some Alltime10's favourite and interesting people.. @ http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=365DD325201BCB58
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Shojono Tomo - Japanese Fashion Designer & Artist
TokyoFashion.com presents an in-depth interview with the one-of-a-kind Japanese fashion designer and artist Shojono Tomo. Shojono Tomo has been known in Japan for many years & has had international gallery shows. She came to worldwide attention last year when Nicki Minaj began wearing her collection. In this video, Tomo talks about her work with Nicki Minaj, her childhood, Harajuku girls, Japanese fashion, fortune telling, and much more. The related article (with photos) is here: http://tokyofashion.com/shojono-tomo-japanese-fashion-designer/ Video produced by 1K Films: http://1kfilms.com/
Views: 35770 Tokyo Fashion
Building a Lifestyle Brand & Its Culture with Peter Kim - CEO Hudson Jeans
A candid conversation between Peter Kim, founder & CEO, Hudson Jeans and Jennifer Margolin, founder, Innovation Summit on building a lifestyle brand and culture. The Innovation Summit is a one-day conference and networking event bringing together journalists, publishers, executives and entertainment, fashion and lifestyle marketing professionals in an open environment to learn about the latest trends in technology and digital innovation.
Views: 3857 Jennifer Margolin
Graduate Diploma in Fashion Management - Dr Alessandra Vecchi
Dr Alessandra Vecchi is course leader for the Graduate Diploma in Fashion Management at London College of Fashion. For more information visit: http://www.fashion.arts.ac.uk/courses/graduate-school/grad-dip-fashion-management/