Global luxury’s ‘Big Three’ have turned a deaf ear to modern luxury players. As emerging brands mature, though, these conglomerates may come to regret not getting in on the ground early.
Lawrence Lenihan, CEO of Resonance, an early-stage fashion investment firm, lays out out his bold prediction for the future of the modern luxury marketplace.
Web Smith, co-founder of performance menswear upstart, Mizzen+Main, identifies a common shopping frustration, and offers ideas for how to fix it.
Chanel, one of most traditional incumbents on the planet, has developed a contemporary watch of serious modern luxury stature. It’s done so without the celebrity push, and enabled it to stand on its own–with or without the Chanel tag
David Barton, CEO of high-end eyewear brand, David Kind, discusses the ‘dark triangle’ holding back eyewear disruption.
We sat down with high-end, online dress shoe impresarios, Lane Gerson and Ariel Nelson of Jack Erwin, to talk early starts, solving problems, and booming business.
Fashion schools favor creative teaching over practical business education (and many entrepreneurial-minded students are fed up).
In each industry there are systemic flaws and pointless practices that it just can’t seem to shake. Given some recent reports, it seems the fashion world’s problem – empty, conceptual design – is drilled in rather early. (884 words)