The original principles of luxury were led astray by conglomerates’ mass market motives. Tech is helping new brands bring those standards back.
Warby Parker, Bonobos, and Kit and Ace have turned their stores into gathering places and social hubs. For them, stores are no longer strictly transactional.
With new ‘luxury’ brands arriving in droves each year, how do we separate the pretenders from the sincere?
It’s one thing to talk about failure and point fingers, but when social politics is thrown into the mix, all bets are off.
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.
David Barton, CEO of high-end eyewear brand, David Kind, discusses the ‘dark triangle’ holding back eyewear disruption.