Lightspeed Venture’s Jeremy Liew is about to make bank with the Snap IPO. But he’s also made key investments in the modern luxury space. (352 words)
Dymant’s David Klingbeil: “Will people go back to old luxury brands if there’s better quality online at half the price?”
Winter is coming for luxury conglomerates, he says. And it should make them very nervous.
Brooklyn Tailors’ Daniel Lewis: “The luxury of being small is that you don’t have anyone to answer to.”
We sat down with Brooklyn Tailors’ CEO for a chat about endless growth and scale, remaining hands-on, and common sense business thinking.
Everlane’s ‘radical transparency’ story is misleading, argues Eunice Lee. Her antidote: long-term perseverance, gradual growth, and a focus on bricks-and-mortar.
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.
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.