Fashion

‘The most underserved piece of the market’: Athletics brands are starting to expand their focus to girls

When it comes to sports apparel for girls, especially for traditionally male-dominated sports like football and basketball, the answer has typically been to take products created for boys and sell them in smaller sizes to girls, rather than producing products specifically for girls. It's been the same in the footwear category, as well. There's been [...]

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'Trends end': Fashion brands are working to move sustainability efforts beyond PR

Sustainability is about more than just materials. While making a pair of shoes out of plastic bottles is good PR, it’s the behind-the-scenes supply chain changes across a company's inventory that really move the needle on reducing its carbon impact.

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How Buck Mason sold 1 million tees with no VC funding

While plenty of direct-to-consumer companies are striving for unicorn status, digitally-native menswear company Buck Mason found chasing funding and quick growth led nowhere fast.

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'Sustainability is an abused term': Atelier and Repair's Maurizio Donadi on the brand's new recycled collection

Atelier & Repairs, the brainchild of former Levi’s designer Maurizio Donadi, has made a name for itself taking old and worn out clothes and giving them a new life. Donadi has always been infatuated with workwear, which lead him to seek out the classic men’s chino brand Dockers for a new collaboration.

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DTC bedding brand Brooklinen is expanding to loungewear

The move will help the brand diversify its revenue streams and continue growth after five years in business. Since launching in 2014, Brooklinen has brought in over $100 million in revenue. It received its first round of funding in 2017 for $10 million.

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February 12, 2019
February 12, 2019
Glossy Fashion Leaders Dinner

New York, NY