Nowadays, with consumers that are not just fashion conscious, but also environmentally conscientious, more and more large chain retailers are jumping on the eco-wagon and offering sustainable styles. Here's a look at some of the biggest names in apparel and the eco friendly collections they offer.
Sustainable is the new sexy. Long gone are the days when caring about the environment meant dated fashions and dowdy garb. Here's a look at nine quirky green friendly designs that are fashionably far from the ordinary.
Zulema Griffin showcased her collection in a video featuring unpaid models sourced from Craigslist and ModelMayhem and posted it on YouTube. She also cross-promoted her digital fashion show on her MySpace page, YouTube channel, and her own website.
I just joined the Dallas - Company of Friends and was wondering if there were any networking events that we do as a group? If not, let me propose the following:
What: Dallas - Group of Friends Happy Hour
Why: To make our city a little smaller by connecting with like-minded business folks from around the Dallas area to share business ideas and opportunities.
Let me know if this is of any interest to anyone that is a member of this group.
Tim Gunn, our favorite sartorial critic, is in the eye of the storm--again. As I chronicled in Fast Company's April issue profile "Project Rehab," the former head of Parsons' Fashion program has had a dizzying career trajectory since turning 50 (take note AARP!): landing his own TV show on Bravo, recruited to rewire Liz Claiborne Inc's $5 billion design culture, and of course, breakout stardom on Bravo's Project Runway.
It's been a historic week for gamers: Marvel Comics' "Iron Man" had stellar box office performance, clocking in an estimated $100.8 million in tickets in North America, while Take-Two Interactive's Grand Theft Auto IV sold six million copies during its first week of sales, raking in an astounding $500 million.
Forward thinking, progressive design, fully committed to balancing
environmental issues and sustainability with business objectives — all
of these could have been used to describe nau.
I don’t get it. Great ideas are always supposed to prevail.
stores were revolutionary, their online experience was beautiful (if a
bit clunky to shop but I'm hyper-critical in this area) and their
product delivered. It was lead by savvy, former execs from companies
like Patagonia and Nike.
Or - It Ain't Necessarily So.... that the cost rises we have seen of recent times weren't planned far in advance of their occurrence. Huh?!? you say.. There's a plan behind this? You betcha, takoszja! It has been in existence for at least 20 years.