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Killer Kate Spade: How a Brand Grew 410% in 5 Years

Logo TheMainStreetAnalyst 8713679455_e0394e3f7e_zIn the ’90s, everyone owned a Kate Spade bag, but after years off the best dressed list, Kate Space is back and growing fast. Much of the credit goes to Creative Director Deborah Lloyd, who gives Bloomberg’s Sheila Dharmarajan her insight on how to merge art and commerce in order to create a brand worth a billion dollars.

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer Goes Punk for Fashion Gala

Logo TheMainStreetAnalyst 8713679455_e0394e3f7e_zBlomberg’s Sara Eisen reports that Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer got into the spirit of the night while attending the gala opening of the Metropolitan Museum of Arts’ new show “Punk: Chaos to Couture.” She speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

 

Iconic Women Who Shaped Fashion And Style – Infographic

Learn about the Golden Age of Hollywood’s most iconic women who helped shaped the face of fashion & style Continue reading

Gisele In Flip-Flops: A Shoemaker Takes Off

Bloomberg’s Alix Steel discusses today’s top story out of Latin America. She speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Market Makers.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Top 10 Male Fashion Pinners – Infographic

Here we have rounded up the top 10 male fashion pinners, along with the numbers to prove just how influential they are. Continue reading

How Women Are Set Up For Eating Disorders – Infographic

Eating disorders are the most deadly mental illness and statistics indicate that various media outlets are partially to blame. This infographic illustrates the disparity between the media’s portrayal of a physically “ideal” woman and the actual average American woman. These statistics reveal that the way that the fashion and advertising industries influence women’s self-image. Continue reading

Fashion: Eco-Fashion Is Becoming Mainstream – Infographic

Eco-fashion is becoming more mainstream. Etsy has more than 23,000 eco clothing listings and Pinterest has over 6,000 pages dedicated to “eco-fashion”. Green fashion shows are now featured during the New York, London, Paris and Milan Spring/Summer Fashion Weeks. Continue reading

Investment Practices In The Fashion Tech Industry – Infographic

FashionTech is one of the most exciting industries today, but how much is really known about investment practices? This infographic based on Helium Magazine’s FashionTech 2012 Industry Report crunches the data on what FashionTech companies got funding last year. Continue reading

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Fashion trends are in flux constantly. What’s here today…is gone in about five minutes. And sometimes, what everybody was wearing twenty years ago can return in the blink of an eye and is called retro style. But fashion isn’t nearly … Continue reading

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A snapshot of the economic impact of New York City’s fashion industry.

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Fashion Glory On The Red Carpet – With The BAFTAs & Oscars coming up, we thought we would look back through the decades to remember celebrated moments in the history of the red carpet, as well as looking as past trends … Continue reading

Fashion, Social Media And Fashion

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The Office Catwalk – Why office Fashion Can Be A Full Time Job

The Fashion Industry’s Top 50 In Social Media – Infographic

Its the end of 2012 and it is official Social Media isn’t going anywhere. If anything the power of social media keeps increasing every day.

Fidoo.com decided to profile the Worlds Top 50 Fashion Social Media companies based on how many followers they have total. Using both Facebook and Twitter as our key indicators of how big their social media reach/following is.

Source: Fidoo.com

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The Office Catwalk – Why Work Fashion Can be A Full Time Job – Infographic

Getting the right look for the daily office catwalk could help you dress to impress.  While for most men picking a tie that goes with their shirt is the biggest decision they have to make, for women at work the fashion bar is set a great deal higher.

At Very we want to help you extract the maximum fashion benefit from your daily 9 to 5 existence, so we polled women up and down the country to find out the secrets of working that dress code.  When we looked over the results we discovered that while we all want to impress with our carefully considered outfits, 38% of women have revealed that they don’t want to look like they are trying too hard, they want to turn heads but look effortless while doing it.

The majority of women we surveyed believe the best way of breaking through the glass ceiling is by teetering on high heels, with a whopping 44% of women putting their faith in gravity defying footwear.

Slapping on the make-up, plunging necklines and dressing for a night out on the town during the day are all major no-no’s for fashion savvy employees, with most believing that good quality work trousers, teamed with funky knitwear or eye-catching blouses, are the way to go.

Black dresses still remain the go-to staple for office workers, with 77% of women believing the dark silhouette has a slimming effect, but crafty colleagues know teaming the muted tones with accessories like bright handbags can lift an outfit to another level.

So check out the results of our office catwalk poll to find out who your office fashion icons are, whether shoulder pads are back to stay and whether the mini skirt comes up short when trying to make a positive impression at work.

Power dressing worker or effortless executive? Find out whether work trousers or black dresses are the best way to move from office frump to supermodel employee on the office catwalk.

Source: The Very Blog

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Tumblr Is For Fashion, You Tube Is For Music – Infographic

Approximately 18% of the top 1,000 blogs on Tumblr are fashion-related, but on YouTube, less than 1% of the top 1,000 shows are about fashion.

That’s according to Tumblr CEO David Karp and OpenSlate Studios, which developed the infographic below based on data it has compiled about Google’s video network.

As the infographic illustrates, music and gaming dominate the ranks of popular channels on YouTube, accounting collectively for 45% of the 1,000 most-viewed. Comedy (14%), entertainment (13%), and How-to & Style (7%) round out the top five categories.

Interestingly, nearly a quarter of the 100 original content channels YouTube has funded are in the top 1,000, suggesting that the program is enjoying at least a moderate level of success. In fact, the company just announced that it is investing $200 million more in the project, expanding the number of original channels to 150. One show, Everyday Health’s Recipe Rehab, has been picked up by ABC.

What’s perhaps most impressive is the amount of revenue these channels bring in: The top 1,000 channels generate an average of $23,000 each month from YouTube ads alone. That’s not including the many sponsorships and product endorsements channel managers sign themselves.

Source: Mashable.com, OpenSlate