Tourist fashion – is there such a thing? The prevailing stereotypical traveler is a man with sandals and socks, a fanny pack, jean shorts with big pockets, and a tee-shirt with the logo of his local college football team. The stereotype for women travelers isn't much different, although they may forego the sandals-and-socks combination for sensible flats.…Continue
Added by Dan Blacharski on December 30, 2017 at 4:49pm — No Comments
The fashion industry has always been dependent, more so than any other type of retailer, on very expensive real estate in prime locations and a very tactile, physical model of sales. While other retail segments have aggressively moved online and consumers have accepted that move, fashion remains an industry where seeing and touching is paramount.
Added by Dan Blacharski on December 21, 2017 at 2:22pm — No Comments
You're never too young for fashion, and today's teens and tweens know exactly what they want. Children's fashion trends change quickly though, so parents be forewarned – kids are dressing themselves to the latest and greatest fashion trends, and there may be an information gap. Parents who may think themselves stylish and up-to-date may be considered woefully old-fashioned by their twelve-year-olds. 2018 will be a very diverse year in children's fashion, ranging from edgy urban wear, to…Continue
Added by Dan Blacharski on December 18, 2017 at 5:09pm — No Comments
More than any other industry, fashion is dependent on celebrities, models and movie stars being seen wearing the brand, and the first thing fashion writers and celebrity bloggers note in their columns is – what was that celebrity wearing? From Melania Trump’s hot pink dress, to Selena Gomez’s casual outfits from Fashion Week, to Gigi Hadid’s everything – because let’s face it, Gigi Hadid could wear a black Hefty bag and still look good – fashion brands depend on…Continue
Added by Dan Blacharski on September 26, 2017 at 1:45pm — No Comments