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by Yareni (Yari) Sanchez and Andrew J. FerrenonAugust 23, 2017
Last year, scores of top fashion designers defied convention by abandoning traditional shipping schedules, which favored delivering collections four to six months after they appeared on Fashion Week runways, and moved instead to a system allowing designers the ability to give the “insta-generation” instant retail gratification. Faced with the...
by Yareni (Yari) Sanchez and Andrew J. FerrenonSeptember 7, 2016
The fashion industry is at a crossroads. Designers must decide whether to continue the age-old tradition of previewing their collections during Fashion Week four to six months before they are available in stores (with fall looks shown in February and spring looks shown in September), or buck tradition in...
by Yareni (Yari) Sanchez and Andrew J. FerrenonMarch 30, 2016
With the increase in digital coverage of Fashion Week , from live streams to Snapchat stories and Instagram postings, designers have put what might be considered the most coveted and exclusive ticket in town directly in the hands of consumers. During the most recent New York Fashion Week (“NYFW&rdquo...
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