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I’m a writer and editorial strategist focusing on the fashion and retail industries. (Sign up for my weekly newsletter.) Currently, I’m the Business of Fashion’s New York editor and a freelance writer. I’ve contributed to the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Elle.com, Yahoo Style, Racked, Marie Claire, Style.com, Women’s Health, InStyle, Newyorker.com, Vogue Australia, Elle UK, Departures, Lucky, Forbes, Nymag.com ...

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The Growing Business of Private Clients

The Growing Business of Private Clients
businessoffashion.com — NEW YORK, United States - Scan the front row at just about any major runway show and past the hunched-over editors, high-wattage celebrities and stoic buyers you will likely spy a cluster of private clients.

Decoding ‘Manus x Machina’

Decoding ‘Manus x Machina’
businessoffashion.com — NEW YORK, United States - The term "fashion-tech" may be less than 10 years old, but many of the garments on display in Manus x Machina: Fashion in the Age of Technology date back to the early 1900s.

Pat and Anna Cleveland on the Family Business

Pat and Anna Cleveland on the Family Business
businessoffashion.com — NEW YORK, United States - Anna Cleveland was a newborn when she arrived on the set of her first photo shoot, four-years-old when she walked her first runway show and just 13 when she starred in her first French Vogue editorial.

Francisco Costa and Italo Zucchelli Exiting Calvin Klein

BoF Exclusive | American Vogue Publisher Talks Strategy Shifts

BoF Exclusive | American Vogue Publisher Talks Strategy Shifts
businessoffashion.com — NEW YORK, United States - A corner-clipped, first-bound copy of the May 2016 issue of American Vogue sits on a coffee table in the One World Trade Center office of Susan Plagemann, the magazine's publisher and chief revenue officer.

Jason Wu Talks New Contemporary Line

Jason Wu Talks New Contemporary Line
businessoffashion.com — NEW YORK, United States - With nearly 10 years of business under his belt, is ready to expand his universe with a new advanced contemporary line: Grey. "If you look back at my older collections, there were slightly girlier, casual elements," said the designer at the new label's showroom, an expansive Hunt Slonem bunny painting propped up behind him.

How Snapchat Killed the Homepage

How Snapchat Killed the Homepage
businessoffashion.com — NEW YORK, United States - When Clique Media Group, the Los Angeles-based publisher of Who What Wear, Byrdie and My Domaine, launched its latest property, Obsessee, in March 2016, there was no glossy website with in-depth articles, full-bleed images or endless scroll for new readers to peruse.

The Next Wave of Activewear Players

The Next Wave of Activewear Players
businessoffashion.com — NEW YORK, United States - Fifth Avenue just below 23rd Street has long been a "mini-mall" of sorts: 10 sparkly clean blocks of retail, ranging from Kate Spade, Club Monaco and Sephora to , J.Crew and American Apparel. There are home goods stores, an Eileen Fisher, an Intermix, even an Eddie Bauer.

Hypebeast Files for IPO

Hypebeast Files for IPO
businessoffashion.com — HONG KONG, China - In 2005, started the Hypebeast blog out of his bedroom as a hobby - somewhere to write about his sneaker obsession while working a day job in finance. Ten years later, in 2015, the company - named, tongue-in-cheek, after sneakerheads who obsessively wear hyped-up streetwear products - applied for an initial public offering on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong's Growth Enterprise Market.

Ex-Vogue Editors Launch Direct-to-Consumer Brand La Ligne

Ex-Vogue Editors Launch Direct-to-Consumer Brand La Ligne
businessoffashion.com — NEW YORK, United States - Meredith Melling and Valerie Boster, the former American Vogue editors who departed the magazine in 2013 and launched fashion consultancy La Marque in January 2014, are stripes and lines fanatics. "Meredith and I have had a lifelong obsession," Boster explains. "It's a graphic that's timeless, democratic and universal.
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May 03, 2016

3 episodes into the OJ Simpson series, realizing I don't think I can live through this again even if Ross makes a great Robert Kardashian

May 03, 2016

@amandamull I should many play doctor but you're prolly fine

May 03, 2016

RT @museummammy: Marisol, an Artist Known for Blithely Shattering Boundaries, Dies at 85 - The New York Times nyti.ms/1NjuBol

May 03, 2016

@BklynTuxedo @CUNYFashion wish i could have made it! had to go to the met ball!

May 03, 2016

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