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Rihanna to lead new LVMH fashion house
May 10, 2019 | Financial Times | by Harriet Agnew in Paris.

Pop star will launch a new line of ready-to-wear luxury clothing, footwear and accessories brand named Fenty, becoming the first woman to create an original brand at LVMH. This is significant because it is one of the most high-profile creative tie-ups to date between a celebrity and a luxury group, and illustrates the lucrative potential of celebrities to draw attention — and sales — through Instagram (Rihanna has 70.5m followers). .....LVMH said Fenty would be “centered on Rihanna, developed by her, and takes shape with her vision . . . including commerciality and communication of the brand”....Rihanna joins other singers such as Beyoncé in launching her own clothing line.....
accessories  apparel  beauty  brands  celebrities  creative_class  digital_influencers  entrepreneur  entrepreneurship  Fenty  footwear  greenfields  Instagram  luxury  LVMH  music  partnerships  singers  clothing  clothing_labels 
may 2019 by jerryking
RIP AirPort? Apple may abandon wireless routers and Time Capsule
NOV 21, 2016 | | Macworld | By Ian Paul | Follow Contributor, Macworld |
Apple  accessories  wireless  digital_storage 
january 2017 by jerryking
Growing a Different Apple - The New York Times
January 2, 2017 | NYT | By Vindu Goel

Founded in 2014 by three former senior managers from Apple’s iPod and iPhone groups, Pearl has tried to replicate what its leaders view as the best parts of Apple’s culture, like its fanatical dedication to quality and beautiful design. But the founders also consciously rejected some of the less appealing aspects of life at Apple, like its legendary secrecy and top-down management style.

The start-up, which makes high-tech accessories for cars, holds weekly meetings with its entire staff. Managers brief them on coming products, company finances, technical problems, even the presentations made to the board....Pearl’s siren song was appealing: Make the roads safer by giving tens of millions of older autos the same high-tech safety features that the newest models have.....Like Apple, though, Pearl is playing the long game. Engineers are already testing self-parking technology and other driver-assistance features for future products. So far, the company has raised $50 million from prominent venture capital firms, including Accel, Shasta Ventures and Venrock, but Mr. Gardner said it would need to raise more money in 2017.
Apple  alumni  design  detail_oriented  organizational_culture  accessories  automotive_industry  automobile  safety  Pearl  new_products  long-term 
january 2017 by jerryking
The Straightforward Style of the Polymathic B.J. Novak - The New York Times
By BEE SHAPIRODEC. 7, 2016
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stylish  mens'_clothing  accessories  celebrities 
january 2017 by jerryking
Power Dressing: Craig Robins, Dacra - FT.com
August 15, 2014 6:11 pm
Power Dressing: Craig Robins, Dacra
By Jim Shi
mens'_clothing  stylish  suits  accessories 
september 2015 by jerryking
Ways a Guy Can Liven Up a Middle-Aged Wardrobe - WSJ - WSJ
By TERI AGINS
Updated Oct. 30, 2014

men who want to look au courant must zero in on nuances like accessories—scarves, hats, sunglasses, watches and, most of all, shoes. Attention, mature men, the trimmings are there for you too!
mens'_clothing  stylish  sneakers  accessories 
november 2014 by jerryking
Statement Socks | Dapper Discourse
keep in mind these few rules-of-thumb for sock buying and care:

-First and foremost: Don’t buy cotton. Either buy wool or a synthetic blend. Cotton is moisture-absorbant, which dampens the socks and increases the rate of wear (Not to mention the inevitable foot odor).

-Wool has the advantage of being moisture-wicking. Also, throw the notion of wool being a “winter-only” material out the window, it’s dated thinking. Modern advances in the textile industry provides us with high-quality, fine/ultrafine wool that won’t choke your feet. Itchy wool is just cheap wool.

-Despite popular belief, socks aren’t actually one size fits all. They are typically 1 or 2 sizes larger than your shoe size. Poor fit will wreck your socks so mind the fit. Additionally, poor shoe fit can actually ruin your socks quicker as well.

-Always hang dry your nicer socks. The heat from the dryer will wreck the elastic and will unravel the knit. For ultimate longevity, hand wash them as well.
socks  accessories  mens'_clothing  blogs  stylish  one-size-fits-all  high-quality 
july 2014 by jerryking
Have Configurator, Will Sell Accessories
August 2010 | Ward's Dealer Business pg. 29 | by Steve Finlay
A study at more than 120 car dealerships indicates selling
accessories to new-vehicle buyers is enhanced by the right timing and a visualization of potential enhancements. In izmocars' study, car buyers were much more likely to buy accessories when using an online configurator allowing them to interactively customize their new car at the time of purchase.
One in two buyers using izmocars' AddOnAuto configurator purchased accessories, up from one in 10 before, the study indicates.
Dealers historically have struggled to
sell accessories. Dealership accessory sales account for 10%-17% of total sales in a S32 billion accessories market heavily dominated by independent chains and mail-order/online outlets.
"Dealerships actually have powerful, built-in advantages to 'own' far more of the accessories market than they do," says Sidney Haider, president of izmocars accessories division.
"Psychologically, consumers are far more likely to spend on enhancements at that exciting time of purchase, and the customer is physically in the showroom at that sweet-spot moment," he says.
automotive_industry  automobile  dealerships  accessories 
november 2013 by jerryking
Where Do Great Ideas Come From?, Starting a Business Article - Inc. Article
Oct 15, 2002 | Inc. Magazine | By Anne Stuart | To hear these Inc 500 all-stars tell it, it's not from books or market research; it's from keeping your eyes and ears open...

57 % of the Inc 500 CEOs surveyed got the original idea for their business by spotting an opportunity in the industry they worked in.
ideas  idea_generation  flavours  start_ups  filters  overlooked_opportunities  filtration  water  auctions  accessories  maintenance  ATMs  lighting 
june 2012 by jerryking
I'll Be Back -- Delaying Retirement -- Future Planning | Inc.com
Feb 1, 2008 | Inc. Magazine | By Leigh Buchanan |

Business owners may dream of kicking back, all the way back, after years of full-throttle company building. Yet many return to the fray, suffering adrenaline withdrawal and lured by new opportunities. No one has quantified this breed's failure rate when it comes to permanent retirement. But numerous entrepreneurs tell the same tale: "I sold the business and figured I had it made, so I retired. That lasted about three months."...Running a company leaves scant opportunity to personally assist immunization programs in Africa or build irrigation systems in rural Latin America. Yet those are the sorts of experiences that change people and supply direction for meaningful lives, according to Marc Freedman, founder and president of Civic Ventures and author of Encore: Finding Work That Matters in the Second Half of Life. "Join the Peace Corps. Live in a part of the world where there's tremendous need," advises Freedman. "This is your chance to lift yourself out of your comfort zone....For more ideas and insights on creative ways to recharge, take a look at the following books: Encore: Finding Work That Matters in the Second Half of Life, by Marc Freedman; Don't Retire, Rewire!, by Jeri Sedlar and Rick Miners; and Retire Smart, Retire Happy, by Nancy K. Schlossberg.
entrepreneur  books  serial_entrepreneur  midlife  serial_entrepreneurship  retirement  accessories  seniorpreneurs  Second_Acts  purpose  mission-driven 
november 2011 by jerryking
Mad for hats
Written by Derek Dotto


It's good news, then, that modern-day milliners like Frenel Morris at
Still Life in New York and Stephen Temkin of the custom Leon Drexler
label in Toronto handcraft and block old-school trilbies, fedoras and
the like from quality fur felts - for men and women - lining them in
butter-soft silk. Have a look at Still Life's bestselling Langston with
its strong pinch and teardrop crease, and its band made from a swatch of
banker's suit fabric. It has a shallower crown than its hat
predecessors of the mid-20th century, which makes it fresh for 2011, the
kind of hat a hip-hop mogul and a Bay Streeter could bond over. Let us
raise our pinkies in a ring-a-ding salute.
mens'_clothing  fashion  accessories  hats 
march 2011 by jerryking
Style Insider: Balenciaga Goes East - WSJ Magazine Daily - WSJ
May 28, 2010 | WSJ Magazine Daily | By Andrew Lutjens. Pop-up
fever has struck East Hampton with Balenciaga’s first seasonal store
ever. Located on Main Street, the 1,000-square-foot space will carry an
assortment of women’s accessories including handbags, shoes, sunglasses,
belts and jewelry. The store was developed by Artistic Director Nicolas
Ghesquière in collaboration with French artist Dominique
Gonzalez-Foerster and will carry on the look of other Balenciaga stores
with their “2001: A Space Odyssey” aesthetic.
kiosks  pop-ups  luxury  women  accessories 
january 2011 by jerryking
Are Designer Sunglasses Worth the Price? - WSJ.com
JULY 14, 2010 | Wall Street Journal | By BRETT ARENDS. Are
Designer Sunglasses Worth the Price? Maybe not, writes Brett Arends. For
starters, most shades are made by the same company. Here's what you
need to know before buying.

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eyeglasses  fashion  accessories 
july 2010 by jerryking
Optimism Grows Among Luxury-Goods Retailers - WSJ.com
FEBRUARY 9, 2010 | Wall Street Journal | By ELIZABETH HOLMES
And RACHEL DODE. Stores Reach Into Bag of Tactics as Luxury-Goods Sales
Improve
luxury  fashion  accessories  Tiffany  retailers 
february 2010 by jerryking
Latest CEO accessory: A chief of staff - Jan. 20, 2010
Latest CEO accessory: A chief of staff
By Beth Kowitt with Alyssa AbkowitzJanuary 20, 2010: 9:15 AM ET


(Fortune Magazine
CEOs  accessories  chief_of_staff 
february 2010 by jerryking
Success Is Always in Style
DECEMBER 14, 2009 | Barrons.com | By CHRISTOPHER C. WILLIAMS.
Customers are helping Coach--the New York-based manufacturer and
retailer of handbags, watches, wallets and other pricey
accessories--boost its market share and profit amid an economic
downturn. After slumping last year, Coach's earnings could recover
smartly this year, helped by new-product launches and store openings in
the U.S. and overseas.
luxury  Coach  accessories  economic_downturn  retailers  store_openings 
december 2009 by jerryking
Shoes, Handbags, Sunglasses, Accessories: The Changed State of Luxury
September 9, 2009 | WSJ. Magazine | By Lisa Bannon.
World-wide accessories sales, the engine driving the explosive growth of
the luxury-goods industry over the past decade, are projected to
decline 10 percent in 2009, according to Bain & Co., the first real
decline since Bain began tracking the sector in 1995. “Consumers have
lost 40 to 60 percent of their assets broadly in the U.S. Long-term,
they’ll start spending again, but not at the levels they spent before,”
luxury  accessories  economic_downturn  Bain  decline 
december 2009 by jerryking

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