Let's make positive thoughts and actions what's trending in our lives!
Our primary resolution is to stop listening to the negativity from the major TV news as it is their job to hype up fear in order to keep viewers watching their news shows.
We're actually very excited about 2009 as we're entering discussions with a major multimedia company to help us develop Whatstrending.com into a relevant fashion-related webportal with over… Continue
This is the time of year when the big stores, I don't have to name them but you all know who they are (one starts with the letter M), ask for money back from their vendors if the vendors' product sales did not meet the store's internal profit margins, after markdowns. If the vendor does not pay the difference, the store will threaten not to carry their styles the following season. However, there is no guarantee that they will even carry the styles the next season anyway. Many times it is not… Continue
Does anyone have any thoughts or suggestions on handbag trends for 2010? I have a handbag business called KuraDesign, www.KuraDesign.com and am looking for some real time feedback from fashionistas. Thanks so much! Margo
Trust this finds you in good health and spirit. Being a fellow member of Fashion Industry Network you obviously understand and value the power of networking. I would like to invite you to be a member of my network.
Our professional lives may bring a need or desire to gain each other's counsel and being connected certainly helps. If I may be of any help to you, please don't hesitate to ask.
If you are not an open networker, I apologize for the inconvenience. Please delete, defer or archive my invitation, but please do not select "I don't know this person."
I look forward for an enduring relationship.
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I am looking for new networking and business opportunities and I would love to work with you! I am currently based in the Dallas area and would love to share my knowledge and experience with you. If you are a stylist, model, artist, entertainer, musician or fashion designer and you are looking for publicity (press releases, marketing, brand promotion, event management, etc) please contact me at Unik.Marketing@yahoo.com! I have over 5 years of experience working in the P.R industry and I am looking to expand worldwide
Hi There, I am looking for others to wholesale my handbags. I would love to hear from you either to discuss further or to offer any suggestions. I have a very large contact network in the DC Metro Area and would be happy to assist all in any way that I can. Please check out my handbag website (with spring bags coming soon) at www.KuraDesign.com. Wholesale prices range from $26-$40 for ample mark-up! Best, Margo firstname.lastname@example.org
updated 3:48 p.m. CT, Wed., Dec. 3, 2008
NEW YORK - Enough gloom and doom: There's a prediction from a leading color source that cheerful and sunny yellow will be the influential color of 2009.
Pantone, which provides color standards to design industries, specifically cites "mimosa," a vibrant shade of yellow illustrated by the flowers of some mimosa trees as well as the brunch-favorite cocktail, as its top shade of the new year. In general, Pantone expects the public to embrace many tones of optimistic yellow.
"I think it's just the most wonderful symbolic color of the future," says Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute. "It's invariably connected to warmth, sunshine and cheer — all the good things we're in dire need of right now.In the spring fashion collections previewed earlier in the fall for retailers and editors, pops of yellow brightened the runways of Carolina Herrera — who called her favorite shade marigold — Badgley Mischka, Zac Posen and Michael Kors, among others. Kors even included a retro yellow polka-dot bikini that clearly harkened back to a more upbeat time.
The fashion world first embraced orange a few years ago and that has evolved into yellow, which had already been gaining popularity in the home market, too.
"People know yellow lightens up the atmosphere," Eiseman says.
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Home-goods companies based in Paris and Milan, Italy, have already been heavily influenced by yellow, says Tom Mirabile, vice president of global trends and design at Lifetime Brands, Inc., whose portfolio includes Cuisinart, Farberware and Pfaltzgraff.
It helps that it looks good in florals and has a close association with nature, a driving force in the marketplace right now, and it complements current favorites green and purple. (In 2008, "blue iris," a purple-tinged blue, was color of the year.)
"I'd say you should get used to seeing yellow in places you're not used to seeing it," Eiseman says