Are Customers More Likely to Buy Celebrity- or Athlete-Endorsed Clothing?

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Are professional athletes better ambassadors for athletic brands than celebrities? Olympic ice dancer Meryl Davis seems to think so, as she recently called out Puma and Nike for using celebrity faces.

https://www.yahoo.com/style/are-customers-more-likely-to-buy-celebrity-or-athlete-endorsed-clothing-194018422.html

Are Customers More Likely to Buy Celebrity- or Athlete-Endorsed Clothing?

Still in vogue: luxury magazines defy print market gloom

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With 100-year-old Vogue and design and lifestyle bible Wallpaper producing their biggest-ever issues – and “handbag” size pioneer Glamour seeking to bulk up to a bigger, glossier edition – the luxury magazines appear to be defying the advertiser and reader exodus rapidly eroding the rest of the magazine market.

https://www.theguardian.com/media/2016/nov/20/still-in-vogue-luxury-magazines-defy-print-market-gloom

Still in vogue: luxury magazines defy print market gloom

Stella McCartney Has Strong Words for the Fashion Industry

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Per The Hollywood Reporter, McCartney said that “fashion really is getting away with murder,” adding, “fashion is one of the most harmful industries on the planet, and I think people are a little more aware of that now.”

http://nymag.com/thecut/2016/11/stella-mccartney-fashion-one-of-the-most-harmful-industries.html

Stella McCartney Has Strong Words for the Fashion Industry