Luxury Fashion’s Sustainable Embrace
The fashion industry is stirring with change. In response to global issues, the environment and evolving societal views, some designer fashion houses are embracing sustainable materials and production processes. These names include such powerhouses as Stella McCartney, Gucci, Reformation and even luxury conglomerates like Kering.
Q & O with Carmen Edelson
Q & O with Carmen Edelson; travel influencer, and writer, specializing in luxury and family travel.
Luxury Marijuana is Blooming
The conversation around marijuana has changed dramatically over the last decade. Once widely considered a pastime reserved for unmotivated outcasts and burnouts, the current public perception paints a different picture. People from all walks of life now freely admit to indulging in marijuana, despite the stigma that stubbornly exists.
How Retail Locations Can Combat Men's Apparel Subscriptions
Keeping up with fashion trends is a time-consuming pursuit, and it’s easy for consumers to fall behind in the wardrobe department. The speed at which fashion turns over mimics the speed that society cycles through other industry trends. Just as Pokémon Go, the Harlem Shake and hoverboards peaked before falling off a cliff, popular fashion follows this same rise and fall.
Q & O with Beauty Blogger Ivy Boyd
Ivy Boyd, former graphic designer, turned makeup artist/ beauty blogger and contributor to More.com sat with Orit to discuss cosmetics, the impact of social media within the industry and her thoughts on where beauty fits in the luxury category.
VR and the Luxury Consumer
The future of digital marketing has arrived to the luxury arena. Virtual reality (VR) is finally a serious contender with improved technology and more considered applications. It’s being embraced by the likes of Charlotte Tilbury, Tommy Hilfiger and even the House of Dior as a powerful means for reinforcing a brand.
The Christmas Book Offers Luxury Lessons
The holiday season has arrived along with Neiman Marcus’ annual catalog, The Christmas Book. Celebrating the 90th year of the historic publication, the storied purveyor of luxury goods offers elegant products as well as fantasy purchases that lie beyond our wildest dreams.
Q & O With Korin Avraham Founder of Ya Salam
Ya Salam is a popular fashion and lifestyle blog that was voted third place by Harper's Bazaar, as one of the top blogs to follow, and we had the great oppurtunity to sit with brand ambassador and founder of Ya Salam, Korin Avraham.
Chevrolet Attempts to Catch a Wave With New Surf Truck
Auto industry sales always seem to ebb and flow based on a number of factors, including: the strength of the economy, rising (or falling) gas prices, consumer confidence, etc. While some brands, especially in the luxury sector, are less prone to these peaks and valleys, consistently delivering vehicles that appeal to consumers and stay at the forefront of trends is a challenge facing every auto brand.
Q & O With Roxy Te Owens Founder of Society Social
Roxy Owens has had a knack for furniture design from a very young age. With her parents launching their home line right out of college, Roxy spent the majority of her childhood wandering through the aisles of trade shows. As student out of college, Roxy decided she would pursue a career as a fashion buyer however she quickly realized it was not her life’s desire. After quitting her then job and starting her blog, Roxy would later launch her very own furniture line, Society Social in August, 2011.
Society Social's colorful collection of bar carts, cocktail tables, and entertaining accouterments aplenty has caught the eye of many, including HGTV, Lonny, House Beautiful, and Southern Living.
And today we had the opportunity to chat with the amazingly talented Roxy Te Owens to discuss how furniture design has inspired her life’s purpose.