How Celebrity Image-Makers Capitalise on the Red Carpet

Actress Dakota Fanning at the 73rd Venice Film Festival on September 3, 2016 in Venice, Italy | Source: ShutterstockBehind every carefully cultivated look, there is a series of deals that net stylists and their agents thousands of dollars.

Whenever a brand says, ‘We don’t pay stylists,’ most of the time that’s just a load of B.S.

https://www.businessoffashion.com/articles/intelligence/how-celebrity-image-makers-are-cashing-in

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How Celebrity Image-Makers Capitalise on the Red Carpet

Prestige beauty brands: Creating desire while engaging with modern luxury customers online.

Prestige beauty brands are the extension of luxury experiences that are offered by worldwide fashion maisons. These particular prestige brands are constantly on the lookout for new consumer insights and innovations. Each year they provide consumers with new technologies, designs and products that are easier to apply and give better results while opening the doors of luxury to a wider audience.

Recently, however, it is the social media and Internet-driven trends that seem to pave the way to success for prestige beauty.

Prestige beauty brands: Creating desire while engaging with modern luxury customers online

Prestige beauty brands: Creating desire while engaging with modern luxury customers online.

Purpose-based philosophies will lead luxury brands through volatile times

Disruptive factors and a climate of uncertainty have put pressure on the retail environment, but the brands that will weather the storm best are those embracing purposeful business models.

Purpose-based philosophies will lead luxury brands through volatile times

Purpose-based philosophies will lead luxury brands through volatile times

Yves Is Back at Saint Laurent

Despite focusing on “design, not styling,” for all its low-cut, thigh-high zing, Anthony Vaccarello’s debut played it safe.

PARIS, France — “A clin d’oeil, a wink,” was Anthony Vaccarello’s description of his debut at Saint Laurent on Monday night. He wanted to lighten the legacy he’s inherited. “It’s heavy,” he said. “Everyone has their own interpretation, and I know I can’t please everyone. But neither could Yves.”

Or, he might have added, the handful of designers who have carried the torch since Saint Laurent’s retirement in 2002: Alber Elbaz, Tom Ford, Stefano Pilatiand, most controversially, Hedi Slimane, who has left Vaccarello with a billion-dollar business to sustain. Vaccarello insisted they’d all inspired him in some way, if only because their work for the house consolidated just how strong its design DNA was.

Yves Is Back at Saint Laurent

How did converse become popular?

How did converse become popular?

Inside Fashion’s Instagram Wars

Instagram posts by (clockwise) Louis Vuitton; Dior; Misha Nonoo; Valentino; Proenza Schouler; Moschino | Source: Instagram

Instagram posts by (clockwise) Louis Vuitton; Dior; Misha Nonoo; Valentino; Proenza Schouler; Moschino | Source: Instagram

https://www.businessoffashion.com/articles/fashion-tech/fashion-instagram-brands-social-media-proenza-schouler-calvin-klein

Inside Fashion’s Instagram Wars