Does the quick rush to expand globally by suitcase brand Away (after less than a year in business) point to a larger trend among modern luxury brands?
It’s one thing to talk about failure and point fingers, but when social politics is thrown into the mix, all bets are off.
Herschel Supply Co. is printing money. It also has a minority stake in contemporary retailer Need Supply Co., and now owns conceptual fashion store Totokaelo outright. Don’t look now, but the Cormack brothers are brewing something in Vancouver.
We talk business, bold ideas, and creating a new perception for quartz watches with Uniform Wares co-founder, Patrick Bek.
After success at Moda Operandi, Aslaug Magnúsdóttir’s next venture, Tinker Tailor, bombed. Here’s why.
A lack of clarity, a bad fundraising strategy, and a poorly-selected advisory board can set up any entrepreneur for failure. Even a seasoned one.
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.