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The Business of Fashion THE DAILY DIGEST

 

DAILY DIGEST

Fashion News from Around the Web

1

Consignment Websites Turn Designer Cast-Offs into Cash

“‘Second-hand used to have a stigma. Today it has none: worldwide last year $200bn dollars of personal luxury products went into the market.'”

The Financial Times

2

Adidas Makes a Play for Women

“Can the sports brand counter sluggish sales and shrinking market share by reaching more female customers?”

Fast Company

3

A Luxury Label Is a Must-Have this Summer for Gulf Investors

“‘I don’t think these are trophy assets. Rather, I see these brands as relatively small. Their acquisition [is] a bet on their potential growth, given appropriate management and resources.'”

The National

4

We Had Employees All Over the Country and It Didn’t Work

“The story of how personal styling e-commerce startup Keaton Row had to start from scratch and recalibrate its entire model is a telling one for early-stage companies.”

Fortune

5

Why New Consumer Brands Must Scale Faster

“It used to be that products would last for years, brands for decades, and companies for eras. Now products come and go in a matter of months, brands are launched and shuttered in years, and companies may count themselves lucky to last more than a decade.”

Harvard Business Review

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