Sneakersnstuff's Wil Whitney: The hype bubble is going to burst

In episode two of Glossy Trend Watch: Streetwear Edition, Danny Parisi sits down with Wil Whitney, who was one of the original founders of Nom de Guerre and now manages U.S. brand relations for Sneakersnstuff. Whitney discusses how sneaker retail and the drop model have evolved over time, and why the hype bubble will inevitably [...]


Glossy research: How Instagram is reshaping brands' influencer strategies

Instagram has forced fashion, beauty and wellness brands to reevaluate their strategies in order to keep up with consistently evolving consumer demands and behavior.


Lively's Michelle Cordeiro Grant: Women deserve more lingerie options

On this week's episode of The Glossy Podcast, Hilary Milnes sits down with Michelle Cordeiro Grant, the founder and CEO of Lively, at Shoptalk 2019. They discuss how to break into a crowded market, how Lively's social media channels have become a major part of its content strategy and where traditional retailers have gone wrong.


'It's going to burst at some point': Sneaker drops have hit their saturation point

Every year on March 26, Nike celebrates Air Max Day, the anniversary of the launch of the first Air Max 1 in 1987. With that comes a slew of promotions, events and, most importantly, a new Air Max style. Yet this year, there’s a surprising difference: Nike announced it will not drop a new shoe [...]


As the novelty of pop-ups wanes, brands are taking a more creative approach

For many digitally-native DTC brands, the path toward a physical brick-and-mortar presence is clear: Open a pop-up shop, gauge interest and then open a permanent store. But Dolls Kill, a fashion brand founded in 2011 with ties to the electronic dance music subculture, is taking a somewhat alternative approach.


April 15, 2019
April 15, 2019
Glossy Forum: The Beauty Revolution

Join us at the Glossy Forum: The Beauty Revolution to discuss how beauty brands and retailers are rethinking their products and playbooks to be more customer-centric than ever.

New York, NY