British Label Stefan Cooke Finds Its Voice, and Flies Solo, at London Fashion Week Men’s

LONDON — Stefan Cooke and Jake Burt, cofounders of the label Stefan Cooke and finalists for the LVMH Prize, are about to stage their first solo runway show on June 9 during London Men’s Fashion Week, and they’re feeling the heat. “It feels surreal to be doing it by ourselves. It also feels intimidating,” said Cooke, who has witnessed a shower of accolades over the past two years.
The brand has won the H&M Design Award and the L’Oréal Professional Creative Award, but Cooke and Burt will now have to wait until September to see if they’ve scooped the LVMH Prize.
Having shown under the Fashion East umbrella, the duo have moved on from conceptual to more commercially focused designs. The label is stocked at Machine-A, Dover Street Market and Matchesfashion.com.
Their lines for spring/summer 2020 have a more relaxed silhouette than in past seasons, where trousers and shirts were tight and cropped. They will also be introducing a new bag concept, a category that’s been performing well for the company.
As they build the brand, they’ve been asking themselves some difficult questions, such as: “How do you take all of the things that are Stefan Cooke, like textile manipulations, and turn them into

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Akon, Motown Veteran Kedar Massenburg Launch Akonik Label Group

Artist and songwriter Akon (pictured at left) and Motown Records veteran Kedar Massenburg have teamed up to launch Akonik Label Group (ALG). Distributed worldwide by BMG, the company is embracing a regional A&R model as a new approach to what’s traditionally been thought of as world music. ALG is looking to Latin countries, the Caribbean […]

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Moët Hennessy Plans To Buy Rosé Label Château du Galoupet

CLASSY CRU: Adding another prestigious wine label to its collection, Moët Hennessy has agreed to purchase Château du Galoupet, a Cru Classé from the Mediterranean wine-making region of Côtes-de-Provence.
The LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton-owned wine and spirits company plans to expand production of the historic winemaking estate, which sits along the Riviera overlooking the Hyères Islands, and is known for its rosé wines.
“Moët Hennessy will share its expertise in winemaking to further the commitment to quality and international exposure,” the group said in a statement.
The acquisition—the house’s first rosé wine—should be finalized in the second half of the year, it added, without providing financial details.
The homepage of the estate’s web site, which is undergoing refurbishment, has a section for ‘Events,’ suggesting the site has potential in another area of expertise of the luxury group.

Moët Hennessy is buying the Château du Galoupet 
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As high-end labels around the world increasingly stress the importance of offering distinctive experiences for shopping-weary consumers, LVMH has been steadily building up a portfolio of properties in the hospitality sector, including Cheval Blanc properties in Courchevel, St. Barths, the Maldives and Saint-Tropez.
It has considerably bulked up its holdings with the $ 2.6 billion purchase of Belmond Ltd., owner of

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Iconix to Expand Starter Label in South Korea

Iconix Brand Group Inc. has entered into a three-year licensing deal with Sparks Glencoe Korea Co. Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Fila Korea Ltd., to expand its Starter athletic brand in South Korea.
Under the agreement, Sparks Glencoe Korea Co. Ltd. will have the exclusive license to design, manufacture and market Starter and the new Starter Black Label footwear and underwear in South Korea. The new Black Label line will launch at retail later this year.
“Iconix’s new licensing deal for Starter is part of our strategy to grow our brands internationally,” said Bob Galvin, chief executive officer and president of Iconix Brand Group, Inc. “This new partnership reinforces Starter’s strong brand recognition around the world, and we look forward to collaborating with the Sparks Glencoe Korea team to further develop the brand.”
Starter, which was launched in 1971, is one of 30 brands in Iconix Brand Group’s portfolio of consumer brands.

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Puppets and Puppets, the Latest Label in New American Grunge Movement

NEW YORK — A new wave of American grunge designers — led by the likes of Eckhaus Latta, Vaquera, Gauntlett Cheng and Lou Dallas — is out to debunk notions of authority, tradition and needless consumption. This week a new label joins their crew: Puppets and Puppets, designed by artist Carly Mark and her former studio assistant, Ayla Argentina. The brand will host its debut runway show on Sunday evening, styled by Stella Greenspan and featuring a diverse procession of buzzy models.
Mark, a mixed-media artist, has long had an unrequited interest in fashion. She has shown her work at the Frieze and Armory art fairs with the Breeder Gallery of Athens, and has participated in group shows mounted at Lever House and the Museum of Modern Art. She is a fixture on the art party scene and carries a hefty Instagram following, as well as allegiances with various factions of influencer. Argentina began working with Mark in 2016 and has a degree in fashion design from FIT. The brand takes its name from Mark’s pet Chihuahua, Puppet.
“A big driving force for us was getting back to handmade things,” Argentina said of the duo’s motives. “It’s not mass-market. Fast fashion is eating

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L.A. Knitwear Label Replica Ramps Up With Nostalgia

As nostalgia continues to drive designers to mine their pasts for inspiration, L.A.-based knitwear label Replica Los Angeles is gaining traction in the market for its throwback motifs. Angeleno Nathalie Saphier, who spent 15 years in Paris designing for Sonia Rykiel, Christophe Lemaire, Eric Bergère, Gaspard Yurkievich and Isabel Marant, decided to venture out on her own after another decade of styling for magazines and celebrities such as Amber Heard and Serena Williams and consulting for L.A. brands ranging from Lucky Brand to Equipment, A.L.C. and Raquel Allegra.

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“When I lived in Paris, I was constantly trying to piece together looks based on my youth—I grew up on David Bowie and punk rock, and designers like Terry de Havilland and Peter Max have always been big inspirations,” Saphier said. “Replica has become a billboard for all the things that shaped me in the Seventies, Eighties and Nineties. I’m replicating in a way, my ideal wardrobe when I was a teenager.”
As megabrands such as Gucci popularize logo and graphic knits, Saphier decided to pay homage to Bowie, Iggy Pop and Pop Art at a more accessible price point—$ 180 to $ 500 retail for cashmere and cotton blends. “I’m not a knitwear

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The Director’s Cut: A Label Often Redefined, Now by Lars von Trier

The filmmaker is releasing his version of “The House That Jack Built” before the official one. What a director’s cut means has changed over the years.
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How a Niche Jazz Imprint, Resonance, Became Record Store Day’s Mascot Label

There’s no such thing as an “official label of Record Store Day,” of course; all of the majors and a significant portion of indie imprints participate in the semi-annual April and November gold rushes for limited-edition vinyl. But if Record Store Day had a mascot label, it would be Resonance Records, a small, L.A.-based jazz independent […]

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EXCLUSIVE: L’Exception Adds Private Label Men’s Line

PARIS — L’Exception, the Paris-based online retailer dedicated to French labels, is launching a direct-to-consumer private label men’s line.
The idea, said founder Régis Pennel, is not to go into competition with the brands they sell but to present a complementary line of basics. The preppy line includes parkas, roll necks in merino wool, old-school cardigans and flannel shirts, with prices going from 35 euros for a T-shirt to 120 euros for a denim jacket.

A denim jacket from the line. 
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Designing the line is Rémi de Laquintane, founder of Laquintane and cofounder of Parisian men’s wear label Éditions MR, both of which are carried by L’Exception. Lewis Lazar and Christopher Moore of French group the Oracle Sisters, which channels a Seventies vibe, are cited as the muses of the collection.
Launching on Oct. 11, the line will be sold exclusively on the retailer’s site and in a dedicated corner at its brick-and-mortar store in the Forum des Halles shopping center, with regular drops and a focus on European materials and production. The details of the supply chain will be shared on the site.
Pennel described the line as being very Parisian in style — “classic with a twist.”
“We thought more about core products for our

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EXCLUSIVE: Jordyn Woods Unveils Fashion Label, Secndnture

Jordyn Woods: activewear designer.
Woods, a Wilhelmina model and influencer, is launching a fashion label called Secndnture, pronounced second nature. The debut line is a size-inclusive, 24-piece collection of activewear made in partnership with apparel manufacturing company Instaco.
“I always wanted to start my own business,” Woods said over the phone from Los Angeles. “I chose the name Secndnture because everything in life that comes natural to you is second nature. I thought it would be perfect for activewear because your activewear should feel like a second skin.”
Secndnture’s debut collection spans sports bras, bodysuits, biker shorts, high-waisted leggings, tops and jackets. Sizes go from XS to 2X with prices ranging from $ 45 to $ 79. The line, manufactured in China in a WRAP-certified factory, will launch on Aug. 30 as a digital first brand with pop-ups to come. Future releases will be limited edition and will take place every couple of months.
Woods, 20, has previously collaborated with BooHoo and Addition Elle on apparel, as well as with Barney’s on a shoe line. She is known for her close friendship with Kylie Jenner, with whom she currently lives, and has appeared in Jenner’s reality TV series “Life of Kylie,” as well as “Keeping Up With the

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Swedish Label Old Molly Gears Up for U.S. Expansion

Old Molly, a Scandinavian label inspired by the California lifestyle, has set its sights on the U.S. for major expansion.
To try to make inroads, the company will be showing at MAGIC for the first time. Started in 2002, the omnichannel retail company has 60 freestanding stores, 600 wholesale accounts and distribution in nearly 40 countries through its own e-commerce site. Indicative of its Stockholm roots, the brand is known for its bold colors and unexpected patterns in sportswear, accessories and bedding.
Women’s empowerment, not surprisingly, is key — as well as sustainability the Nasdaq Stockholm-traded company was initially inspired by a Los Angeles skater girl from the Eighties, who beats her own drum and has a lot of integrity. The collection features an assortment of apparel, accessories and bedding in a bold mix of colors and patterns. Ribbed sweaters, knit jackets, bikinis, tank tops, a no-frills baseball cap, towels, shoes, lingerie, robes and sheets are among the offerings.
Through MAGIC, Old Molly wants to get into not just specialty stores, but major department stores for spring 2019, a company spokeswoman said.
The company also has an Instagram shop to expedite shopping for consumers. Old Molly has freestanding U.S. stores in Colorado: Vail, Aspen,

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Masayuki Ino’s Streetwear Label Doublet Wins LVMH Prize for Young Designers

PARIS —  Masayuki Ino’s streetwear label Doublet on Wednesday won the 2018 edition of the LVMH Prize for Young Designers.
Emma Stone announced the winner at the Louis Vuitton Foundation in Paris in the presence of jury members including Karl Lagerfeld of Fendi, Givenchy’s Clare Waight Keller, Dior designer Maria Grazia Chiuri and Louis Vuitton’s Nicolas Ghesquière.
Masayuki Ino beat some 1,300 applicants to walk away with a grand prize of 300,000 euros, plus a year of coaching from experts at luxury giant LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, parent of fashion houses including Vuitton, Loewe, Céline, Berluti and Marc Jacobs.
Among the nine finalists were three labels making gender-neutral clothes, two that design for both men and women, two women’s wear designers and two men’s wear designers. In addition, three of the brands are run by design duos.
The short list included gender-neutral designers Matthew Adams Dolan, based in New York and Ludovic de Saint Sernin from Paris, a former Balmain designer who launched his label less than a year ago.
Others who specialize in gender nonbinary creations are Zoe Latta and Mike Eckhaus of the New York-based label Eckhaus Latta, and Glaswegian designer Charles Jeffrey, whose Charles Jeffrey Loverboy brand extends to a nightclub. Jeffrey

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Singer James Blake hits out at ‘sad boy’ label

James Blake has called for less stigmatisation of men who are open about their feelings after his music was described as “sad boy” in a review.
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Fumito Ganryu to Debut Namesake Label at Pitti Uomo

MILAN — Japanese designer Fumito Ganryu is the latest new entry in the upcoming edition of men’s wear trade show Pitti Uomo, running June 12 to 15 in Florence.
As part of Pitti’s “Designer Project,” he will unveil his new namesake brand at the trade show. Details regarding venue and time or date were not available at press time.
Previously, the designer launched the Ganryu brand operating under the Comme des Garçons umbrella in 2007, after cutting his teeth as pattern maker for Junya Watanabe starting from 2004. The Ganryu label was discontinued last year.
Earlier this month, Georgia was named guest nation of the trade show as part of the program promoted by Fondazione Pitti Immagine Discovery. The six Georgian brands and designers confirmed to present their collections in the special area of the Spazio Carra, at the Fortezza da Basso location, include Aznauri, Situationist, Anuka Keburia, Gola Damian, Tatuna Nikolaishvili and Vaska.
In addition, Craig Green and Roberto Cavalli will also show at Pitti Uomo. The former was named Menswear Guest Designer of the upcoming edition, while the latter was tapped as a special guest and will host a fashion show to relaunch men’s wear under the creative direction of Paul Surridge.

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Facebook to vet and label political adverts

Political adverts on Facebook will have to be labelled as such and display who paid for them, a senior company official has said.
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Jack Antonoff Says He’s Asked His Label, RCA, to Drop R. Kelly ‘A Number of Times’

In the wake of a new round of sexual-abuse allegations against R. Kelly, Bleachers frontman and hitmaker Jack Antonoff tweeted that he hopes his label, RCA drops the veteran R&B singer, adding “I’ve discussed it with them a number of times.” Both artists are signed to the label; Kelly has been on RCA since Jive, […]

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YouTube to Label State-Funded Broadcasters in Drive Against Misinformation

YouTube said it is planning changes to give users more context for videos promoting conspiracy theories or state-sponsored content, the latest effort by an internet giant to clean up its platform amid criticism over its role in spreading misinformation.
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The Soloist Eschews Streetwear Label

Takahiro Miyashita doesn’t like labels.
While his collections for TakahiroMiyashita The Soloist have often been called streetwear, Miyashita is not a fan of this nomenclature.
“I don’t think of what I do as a street brand. I think of it as clothes,” he said. “I don’t want to be labeled as any particular category. I don’t say those things myself and I don’t really like it when other people say them about me either.”
Statements like these hint at Miyashita’s self-confidence, which shines through despite a very shy and humble demeanor. Soft spoken and pensive, he rarely makes eye contact from behind his tinted lenses and he chooses his words carefully before speaking.
With no formal fashion training, Miyashita could easily have been at a disadvantage when he launched his first line, Number (N)ine, in 1996. Yet he received wide critical acclaim when he began showing in Paris in 2003, and his current brand, started in 2010, has generated just as much buzz, if not more. He says one advantage to his not attending fashion school is that he can sometimes see things in a way that other trained designers cannot.
“I think that’s the good thing, but if we’re talking about the bad thing,

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Shepard Fairey’s Obey Label Joins Forces With Wildfang to Create the Rise + Riot Capsule Collection

RISING TIDES: Not about to be left behind during this time of great resistance, Obey, an art-infused socially conscious brand, has joined forces with the feminist label Wildfang to create a capsule collection.
The Rise + Riot collection is geared for those who want to fight the system and band together against oppression. In one of the more unexpected descriptions of a collaboration, the line was made as a sign of togetherness and getting angry. Apparently such ire can be found in three graphic T-shirts – cropped, long-sleeved and oversized; a hooded coat; trousers, and a “Dad” hat. Designed to speak for themselves, the garments are imprinted with such self-explanatory hand gestures as shaka, the peace sign, a middle finger, a heart shape and fist. The line launches on Wildfang’s site today and Obey’s on Jan. 15. Obey’s Instagram-driven sales account for 10 percent of the brand’s business.
This marks the first time Obey has collaborated with a women’s brand and executives sought out one with an authentic voice. The timing of the launch was scheduled to coincide with the first anniversary of Donald Trump’s inauguration and the Women’s March. Wild Fang’s creative director Taralyn Thuot said, “We wanted to represent the

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Cremieux Opens Second U.S. Store, Creates New Label for Dillard’s

Cremieux has embarked on a dual-pronged growth strategy as it works to increase sales.
The French brand, which got its start in Saint-Tropez in 1976, has opened its second store in the U.S. and has also created a new contemporary men’s brand for Dillard’s, its longtime American retail partner.
On Dec. 1, Cremieux opened an 800-square-foot boutique at the Royal Poinciana Plaza in Palm Beach, Fla. This joins the company’s SoHo store on Mercer Street that opened nearly four years ago.
A Florida store has long been on the wish list for Stephane Cremieux, chief executive officer of Cremieux and son of founder Daniel Cremieux. “Ever since the brand was founded, we wanted to open a store in Florida,” he said. “So when this opportunity came up, we took it.”
He said the recently renovated Royal Poinciana center is “a special place” with a curated assortment of luxury brands. “You can’t call it a mall. It’s like being in a summer house with fountains, lots of green and palm trees.” The center is home to 30 stores including Cynthia Rowley, Hermès, Magasin, Orlebar Brown and Serenella.
The design of the Cremieux store is very reminiscent of Saint-Tropez, he said, with photos of the French Riviera and

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Ports Breaks into See-Now, Buy-Now with New, Unisex Label

LONDON – Ports is joining the see-now, buy-now crowd with the launch of a contemporary line known as Ports V, designed by the brand’s men’s wear creative director Milan Vukmirovic.
As part of the change in strategy, Ports 1961 men’s wear will not stage a fashion show in Milan in January.
The new label will feature bi-monthly, unisex capsule collections in an effort to be more reactive to a millennial customer base “for whom newness, exclusivity and accessible price points are integral to their contemporary fashion experience,” the company said.
“Finally, it seems we are able to reject previously accepted doctrine and provide the consumer with exactly what they want, when they want it, rather than be dictated to by show calendars, market schedules and delivery times,” said the designer.
Ports V will be focused on e-commerce, and the plan is to work in partnership with selected digital platforms. The first capsule drop is planned for March and will be announced via the brand’s social media platforms.
The brand added that the e-commerce-driven Ports V label “emphasizes our commitment to engage with a new generation, at more accessible price points, as predictably they will be our core consumer in the next decade.”

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Gwyneth Paltrow Presents Newest Crop of ‘Trend-Proof’ Goop Label Pieces in NYC

While Gwyneth Paltrow is a year into designing clothes for her brand, Goop Label, she maintains that the mix of chunky cashmere sweaters, pique blouses and tweed shift dresses isn’t at all fashion.
“It’s really the opposite of fashion,” said Paltrow at her first preview of the line in New York on Thursday. “We’re not trying to move the needle.”
Wearing a navy velvet pantsuit of her own design and white sneakers, Paltrow walked WWD through the newest pieces, which start at $ 195 and go up to $ 1,395. New looks include dark-rinse wide-leg jeans, a cargo parka with a fake fur hood and a camel coat made from Loro Piana cashmere.
“Everything we make at Goop comes out of a white space; it’s like that with our skin care,” said Paltrow. “I love designer fashion, I’m a fan, but it’s so incredibly expensive. My point was, is there an under $ 600 version of that blazer that’s made in the same factory in Italy? It turns out, yeah. The idea of it is, how do you respect the modern woman and make beautiful designer clothing that’s trend-proof?”
From Paltrow’s “white space” came a black silk mock turtleneck jumpsuit that would be a no-brainer for an office holiday party,

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Clandestina Becomes First Cuban Sportswear Label to Sell E-commerce

While political relations between the U.S. and Cuba might be chilly, the Havana-based Clandestina drove into the U.S. market by launching e-commerce.
Despite the barely month-old travel warning for American citizens and allegations of sonic attacks on staffers at the U.S. Embassy in Havana, Clandestina founder Idania del Río is trying to cozy up to the American market. Started in 2015 with Leire Fernández, the company is now the first Cuban fashion brand to sell online. While importing goods from Cuba remains challenging and costly due to U.S. legislation, independent designers in Cuba can provide their design services to American customers. Del Río and her team design all of the six styles that are offered online in the company’s studio. They are then digitally uploaded to American manufacturers that print, produce and ship the finished product to consumers in the U.S. and abroad.
Unreliable Internet and phone service, limited resources and distance from global markets are some of the factors that have deterred Cuba-based entrepreneurs from going global. To that point, a phone interview with Del Rio required numerous attempts due to the spotty phone connection “Sometimes it’s better, sometimes it’s worse. In the rain, it’s even more terrible,” she said.
“During the Obama

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Clandestina Becomes First Cuban Sportswear Label to Sell E-commerce

While political relations between the U.S. and Cuba might be chilly, the Havana-based Clandestina drove into the U.S. market by launching e-commerce.
Despite the barely month-old travel warning for American citizens and allegations of sonic attacks on staffers at the U.S. Embassy in Havana, Clandestina founder Idania del Río is trying to cozy up to the American market. Started in 2015 with Leire Fernández, the company is now the first Cuban fashion brand to sell online. While importing goods from Cuba remains challenging and costly due to U.S. legislation, independent designers in Cuba can provide their design services to American customers. Del Río and her team design all of the six styles that are offered online in the company’s studio. They are then digitally uploaded to American manufacturers that print, produce and ship the finished product to consumers in the U.S. and abroad.
Unreliable Internet and phone service, limited resources and distance from global markets are some of the factors that have deterred Cuba-based entrepreneurs from going global. To that point, a phone interview with Del Rio required numerous attempts due to the spotty phone connection “Sometimes it’s better, sometimes it’s worse. In the rain, it’s even more terrible,” she said.
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The Harvey Weinstein Scandal Could Take Down A Fashion Label

His designer wife is facing blowback for his sins.
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Bloomingdale’s to Add LVL XIII Label to Men’s Assortment

Bloomingdale’s will be the exclusive retailer for the LVL XIII men’s wear collection from recording artist Jason Derulo and designer Antonio Brown. The urban-skewed line will launch for fall with an in-store event at the 59th Street flagship that is being presented by GQ. Derulo and Brown will make an appearance at the event as well as future events at Bloomingdale’s units in Century City, Calif., on Oct. 8, Lenox Mall in Atlanta on Oct. 12 and Aventura, Fla., on Oct. 18.
Among the pieces that will be carried is the ombré clear-to-black raincoat, which retails starting at $ 400, that Derulo wore in the video for his song “Swalla.” Other items in the initial collection will include a chevron-striped baseball jacket ($ 295), a color-blocked slim jogger pant ($ 250) and a Neoprene sweatshirt ($ 275).
“We are excited about our new partnership with Bloomingdale’s and are ready for the world to see this unique collection in stores across the country. I look forward to seeing my fans and fashion lovers who are looking to express themselves beyond the typical,” said Derulo, who is also an investor in the collection.
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YouTube’s ClothesEncounters Jenn Im to Launch Fashion Label

IM’S ADDED INFLUENCE: Through her popular lifestyle channel ClothesEncounters, YouTuber Jenn Im already has a captive audience in advance of this month’s launch of her fashion label Eggie.
Unveiling Aug. 22, the direct-to-consumer collection will have hints of her own favorite styles and statement pieces, including gender-neutral ones. The $ 25 to $ 79 price range is no doubt meant to make the collection within reach of her admirers — 1.5 million on Instagram alone. Shoppers will find cropped tops, bodysuits, hoodies, bomber jackets, tracksuits, jumpsuits and blazers. Those familiar with her beauty and fashion tutorials will recognize the easy style.
Earlier this year, Im was one influencer who helped digitally extend the “Donate Stuff. Create Jobs.” campaign that was organized by Goodwill and the Ad Council. The vlogger has been pretty public about her own thrifting, a practice she started doing at the age of 15. (As recently as Sunday she posted a video of her “man” thrifting her outfits.)
The Korean American Im calls Los Angeles home but she recently touched down in the Hamptons for Revolve. Introducing her own apparel label is ambitious for Im, who cofounded ClothesEncounter with Sarah Chu in 2010. In that time, her social footprint has exceeded 4.1 million

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Veronique Branquinho Puts Label on ‘Hiatus’

PARIS – Veronique Branquinho and fashion group Onward Luxury said Monday they are parting ways, with immediate effect.
“Veronique Branquinho has decided to put her namesake label on hiatus, with the autumn-winter ’17 show being its last for now,” they said jointly in a statement.
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“I would like to thank Franco Penè and the Onward Luxury Group team for giving me the opportunity to express my vision for the past five years,” said Branquinho.
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Martine Rose Nurtures Her Cult Label

LONDON — Small will always be beautiful for Martine Rose, the designer who launched her namesake label in 2007 with a collection of shirts, and who is now in the running for the LVMH Prize 2017.
The 36-year-old designer, who is also consultant for Balenciaga men’s wear, said her dream is to “keep something quite special and cultish” about her collections.
Her fall outing was a case in point: Rose showed a lineup of retro, normcore pieces with the aim of subverting male archetypes and chose the halls of the Seven Sisters market — which specializes in Latin American food — as the venue.
“Sometimes a brand can really lose a soul when it becomes so big. I’m so connected with the pieces, and I don’t want to lose contact with the production and the factories. My plan is to manage the growth that we have already — which is already quite big. Let’s see where it goes,” she said.

Martine Rose 

Over the past year, Rose has taken on retailers including Matchesfashion.com, Barneys New York and Selfridges and moved into territories such as Shanghai and Tokyo. She also works for Napapijri and earlier this year presented a capsule collection in Paris, adding a modern twist to the

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Nordstrom Decided to Drop Ivanka Trump’s Label

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Black 4 Province Gold Label Lds T SML

Black 4 Province Gold Label Lds T SML


You will feel so ‘Irish and Proud’ when you wear this Classic Ladies Black four Provinces of Ireland T-Shirt. This beautiful t-shirt comes in black and is a relaxed fit, round neck t-shirt that can be worn by both men and women. It’s comes with the crests of the four provinces of Ireland- Munster, Leinster, Ulster and Connaught. The names of the four provinces can also be seen underneath the crest in a traditional Celtic font. Available in a selection of sizes and the makers of this t-shirt are the Traditional Craft company who are one of Ireland’s most successful and versatile indigenous companies. Matching Men’s t-shirt available TC08-P.

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Record Label Marketing

Record Label Marketing


Record Label Marketing offers a comprehensive look at the inner workings of record labels, showing how the record labels connect commercial music with consumers. In the current climate of selling music through both traditional channels and new media, authors Tom Hutchison, Paul Allen and Amy Macy carefully explain the components of the contemporary record label’s marketing plan and how it is executed. This new edition is clearly illustrated throughout with figures, tables, graphs, and glossaries, and includes a valuable overview of the music industry. Record Label Marketing has become essential reading for current and aspiring professionals, and for music business students everywhere. The book also has a companion website located at www. recordlabelmarketing.com. Record Label Marketing* Gives you an exclusive and complete look at SoundScan and how it is used as a marketing tool* Presents essential information on uses of new media, label publicity, advertising, retail distribution, and marketing research by record labels* Offers insight into how successful labels use videos, promotional touring, and special products to build revenue* Includes important specialized marketing strategies using the tools of grassroots promotion and international opportunities* Reveals how labels are managing within their transitional digital industry* Looks to the future of the music business – how online developments, technological diffusion, and convergence and new markets continue to reshape the industry

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Samsonite Black Label Cosmolite Travel/Luggage Case (Roller) for Travel Essential – Emerald Green – Impact Resistance – Curv, Polypropylene – Handle – 31.5 Height x 22 Width x 12 Depth

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Samsonite Black Label Cosmolite Travel/Luggage Case (Roller) for Travel Essential – Emerald Green – Impact Resistance – Curv, Polypropylene – Handle – 31.5 Height x 22 Width x 12 Depth

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Samsonite Black Label Cosmolite Travel/Luggage Case (Roller) for Travel Essential – Bright Pink – Impact Resistant – Curv, Woven, Polypropylene – Handle

Samsonite Black Label Cosmolite Travel/Luggage Case (Roller) for Travel Essential – Bright Pink – Impact Resistant – Curv, Woven, Polypropylene – Handle


Samsonite Black Label Cosmolite Travel/Luggage Case (Roller) for Travel Essential – Bright Pink – Impact Resistant – Curv, Woven, Polypropylene – Handle

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L.A. Accessories Label Cult Gaia Opens Pop-Up Shop at Platform in Culver City

Los Angeles-based accessories label Cult Gaia has timed the opening of its first pop-up shop at Culver City’s Platform retail development to festival season and Coachella. After graduating from FIT in 2011, Jasmin Larian started Cult Gaia with the now ubiquitous flower crown, and has since expanded with wire and fabric headscarves, headbands, lace chokers, bamboo handbags and women’s apparel retailing from $ 17 to $ 180.
“Every piece is a peacock piece, a conversation-starter,” said Larian. “If I can’t get a ‘made you look’ reaction from it, it’s not worth putting in the collection.” Larian has also created lighter and more luxe versions of the flower crown made with glass leaves, leather petals and headbands made from braided rows of beads. “It’s taking a hippie and making her look so rich,” she said while modeling one style featuring a delicate side-tie detail.
Open through June, the pop-up shop will also showcase the limited-edition men’s button-down shirt line Cult Guy, started by Larian’s younger brother, Cameron, as a project created for a reality television show about Silicon Valley start-ups. The men’s shirts, neck scarves, women’s apparel and head scarves all come in matching fabrics, because, the Larians note, “subtle, elevated matching is the next

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British Lifestyle Label Toast Refreshes Its Design Aesthetic Under New Management

REMAKING TOAST: The British label Toast is refreshing its design aesthetic, and looking to new markets outside the U.K., where it has 11 shops.
Launched in the Nineties as a catalogue company by husband-and-wife team Jessica and James Seaton, Toast offers women’s and men’s wear, footwear and items for the home.
Last month, the company named Suzie de Rohan Willner, formerly chief executive officer of FitFlop Ltd., to the post of chief executive officer and Laura Shippey, previously senior designer at Margaret Howell and J. Crew, as head of design.
“I guess Jamie and I would say that we didn’t feel we were really doing the job that we wanted to do,” said Jessica Seaton. “I think Suzie is very aligned with us, and now we feel like we can capitalize on the potential. We’ve had a roller-coaster year of managing and thrashing out what exactly we wanted, and it was thoughtfulness, in the products, and how we deal with people and the world.”
Spring 2016 is the brand’s transitional collection, and the first under the new design team. The aesthetic is based around textiles and is filled with androgynous silhouettes that are meant to be functional, as in an olive green trench that’s based

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London Label Me+Em Raises Investment

LONDON — Me+Em, a London-based contemporary label that’s a favorite of the Duchess of Cambridge, has received funding from a consortium of investors to fuel its expansion.
Pembroke Venture Capital Trust said Thursday said that together with Venrex Fund, Sir Charles Dunstone and a number of other private investors, it has taken a “co-investment” in Me+Em. Pemroke didn’t disclose the size of the investment the group have made in the label.
Pembroke said the funding would allow Me+Em to acquire new customers, broaden its product offering, introduce wholesale and increase customer engagement with the brand, through investing in digital, social and public relations activity.
Andrew Wolfson, chief executive officer of Pembroke Venture Capital Trust commented: “We were impressed by the way the [Me+Em] product resonates with their target demographic and the team’s intelligent approach to marketing and data management,” he said.
Clare Hornby, founder and creative director of Me+Em added: “Me+Em has doubled in size over the last 18 months. I am excited about the future and working with Venrex and Pembroke, who both provide the expertise and financial support to take the brand to the next level.”
Hornby founded Me+Em in 2009, and it’s primarily sold through the label’s e-commerce site and brochures, and from

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British Label Wolsey Marks 260 Years With Made in the U.K. Collection

British heritage label Wolsey, known for its woolens and outerwear, marks its 260th anniversary this year and the label’s creative director Chris Lee has gone back to the company’s long-established roots to create a capsule collection to mark the milestone.
The Made in the U.K. collection launches in September, and comprises two coats, a sweater and accessories that take their cues from Wolsey’s archives.
All the designs are made at Wolsey’s factory in Leicester, England.
The label began in the same area as a hosiery manufacturer in 1755, and evolved over the years to incorporate outerwear, military garments and sportswear.
In 2010, Jamey Hargreaves — whose family founded British retailer Matalan — acquired the label, and set about relaunching it as a heritage and performance sports brand.
Prices for the collection start at 50 pounds, or $ 78, for a beanie hat.
The line will launch at Wolsey’s London flagship on Soho’s Brewer Street.

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Journelle Launches Private Label Lingerie Collection

Journelle, the New York City-based lingerie chain, is launching a private label collection. The store, with three outlets in Manhattan and one forthcoming in Chicago, will introduce its own line of lingerie, a 25-item collection including eight bras, boys shorts, bikinis and thongs, Sept. 8.
“It’s our version of everyday basics,” said Claire Chambers, who founded Journelle in 2007. “We’re starting with styles we call ‘everyday lovely,’ which are unlined demis, a few T-shirt bras in special laces.” The collection is produced primarily in Asia with European and American laces. Prices range from $ 58 to $ 92. For now, the line is exclusive to Journelle stores and online. “We’re going to take it slow and test it out with our own stores and customer,” said Chambers.

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Calvin Klein White Label Fall 2015

“I’m calling myself a sensualist rather than a minimalist.” That was global creative director Kevin Carrigan’s analysis of his fall lineup for Calvin Klein White Label — and he wasn’t kidding.
Held for the first time closer to the cocktail hour than the morning brew, Thursday’s presentation featured models in various states of dress in mise-en-scène that gave off a loungy, slightly louche vibe. And Carrigan wasn’t afraid to lose the hard lines to show a lot of skin, albeit tastefully so. Chalk, ecru, tan and black were paired with powdery ice blue and blush pink. In this age of transparency, he didn’t shy away from a little lace or a black bra strap peaking from an ecru knee-length dress or a transparent sleeveless V-neck top (later removed to reveal an ultragirly bra) worn with a lean powder-blue skirt.
Channeling the label’s pre-minimalist days “for a little eroticism,” Carrigan drew from beautiful Calvin Klein and Bruce Weber images from the Eighties. Another source of inspiration was the all-black, “very decadent, kind of sexual” East 58th Street apartment designed for Klein by Joe D’Urso.
That decades-old imagery also spurred Carrigan to add texture, as evidenced by an ecru ultrasuede long skirt, knit scarf-neck blouse

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Zippo 28252 Jack Daniel Label White Matte Lighter Made in USA

Zippo 28252 Jack Daniel Label White Matte Lighter Made in USA


This is Zippo 28252 Jack Daniel Label White Matte Lighter Made in USA. Tmart.com store provides apple accessories, electronics, tablet PCs, cool gadgets, cell phones, LED flashlight, car accessories, phones accessories, toys, health and beauty supplies, computer accessories, video games accessories, holiday gifts and security camera.
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自然香调 Bare Escentuals 四色眼影4.0 – The Designer Label (# Ballgown # Tres Chic # Elitist # Couture) 5g/0.17oz

自然香调 Bare Escentuals 四色眼影4.0 – The Designer Label (# Ballgown # Tres Chic # Elitist # Couture) 5g/0.17oz


分类:眼影盘 质地:柔滑细腻 上妆效果:限量版眼影彩盘。搭配4款饱满色泽:Thread Count Romp Boudoir & Nightcap。融入独有的固体矿物科技。带来完美混色,同时含有抗衰老功效。带有梳妆镜和双头妆刷。带来多种魅惑彩妆效果。不含防腐剂或化学成份。
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Samsonite Black Label Cubelite Spinner 28

Samsonite Black Label Cubelite Spinner 28


LBB1022: Features: -Suitcase.-Material: Patented curve.-2 Full-zip divider compartments prevent shifting.-High-quality mesh interior dividers are stronger and lighter.-Dual tube integrated handle system maximizes control over wheel system.-Interior modesty pockets intelligently designed into handle tube recess.-Minimal post dual wheel axis allows Cubelite to pivot faster and easier.-Provides lightest most impact resistant shell.-TSA approved lock ensures security while traveling. Dimensions: -28” H x 18.5” W x 12.5” D, 7.3 lbs. Collection: -Cubelite collection. Warranty: -Manufacturer provides 10 years warranty.

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Record Label Marketing

Record Label Marketing


‘Record Label Marketing’ provides clear, in-depth information on corporate marketing processes, combining marketing theory with the real world ‘how to’ practiced in marketing war rooms. This industry-defining book is clearly illustrated throughout with figures, tables, graphs, and glossaries.’Record Label Marketing’ is essential reading for current and aspiring professionals and students, and also offers a valuable overview of the music industry. ‘Record Label Marketing’: builds your knowledge base by introducing the basics of the marketing mix, market segmentation and consumer behavior; gives you the tools necessary to understand and use SoundScan data, and to successfully manage the budget of a recorded music project; presents vital information on label publicity, advertising, retail distribution and marketing research; introduces you to industry resources like NARM, RIAA, and the IFPI; and offers essential marketing strategies including grassroots promotion and Internet/new media, as well as highlighting international marketing opportunities.It reveals how successful labels use video production, promotional touring and special products to build revenue.It looks to the future of the music business-how online developments, technological diffusion, and convergence and new markets are continually reshaping the industry. This guide is accompanied by a website, which offers interactive assignments to strengthen your knowledge as well as updates on the latest news, industry figures and developments. It is the only book that looks inside the marketing machine of commercial record labels. It is presented in a clear, readable manner with industry figures (and how to read them), tables, graphs, glossaries and example marketing plans. A dedicated website: offers interactive assignments and updates.

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Personalized Oval Baby Label for Tea Infuser Box

Personalized Oval Baby Label for Tea Infuser Box


Add a coordinating personalized label to the box of your Tea Infuser favors for your baby shower. Each label is 1.5 x .75. 55 labels per sheet.
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Record Label Marketing

Record Label Marketing


Record Label Marketing offers a comprehensive look at the inner workings of record labels, showing how the record labels connect commercial music with consumers. In the current climate of selling music through both traditional channels and new media, authors Tom Hutchison, Paul Allen and Amy Macy carefully explain the components of the contemporary record label’s marketing plan and how it is executed. This new edition is clearly illustrated throughout with figures, tables, graphs, and glossaries, and includes a valuable overview of the music industry. Record Label Marketing has become essential reading for current and aspiring professionals, and for music business students everywhere. The book also has a companion website located at www.recordlabelmarketing.com. Record Label Marketing.* Gives you an exclusive and complete look at SoundScan and how it is used as a marketing tool* Presents essential information on uses of new media, label publicity, advertising, retail distribution, and marketing research by record labels* Offers insight into how successful labels use videos, promotional touring, and special products to build revenue* Includes important specialized marketing strategies using the tools of grassroots promotion and international opportunities* Reveals how labels are managing within their transitional digital industry* Looks to the future of the music business – how online developments, technological diffusion, and convergence and new markets continue to reshape the industry

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RVCA Label Brandie Tank Top

RVCA Label Brandie Tank Top


The Label Brandie Tank Top from RVCA is perfect for layering on colder days, or rockin by itself on those smoldering hot days. The Label Brandie is made from Polyester and Rayon and is extremely breathable.
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RVCA Label Pippi Tee – Womens

RVCA Label Pippi Tee – Womens


RVCAs Label Pippi Tee is a short sleeved, scoop neck shirt with a scalloped hem. Its simple and sweet which makes it hard to beat. Boom, that was a rhyme.
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Наклейки на стены – крючки no.MW43 Price Label

Наклейки на стены – крючки no.MW43 Price Label


‘Clothes make the man!’ Now you don’t need to hide your favourite pieces behind doors! – our Wall Decal Hooks put your fashion in scene! Show how worth your cloths are with our ‘Price Lable’ theme! The dimensions of the wall hooks are of a 30 mm length and the width of 15 mm. The head of a Decal Hook is the diameter of 20 mm. They are made from brushed stainless steel. Your Wall Decal Hook Set include 6 hooks (inclusive screws and anchors). Let’s go: Just put the Wall Decal with help of the bonding instruction on the wall. Place your boreholes, fix the anchors, screw them in tightly, done!
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SALE! Wedding Dresses Pink Label May Strapless Bubble Short Dress

SALE! Wedding Dresses Pink Label May Strapless Bubble Short Dress


This is very special vintage inspired wedding dress by FANCY BRIDAL. This darling 50’s style short wedding dress screams elegance! The dress has a strapless neckline and gathered bubble skirt. Size 4. Bust 35”. Waist 27”. Hips 36 1/2”. Size 6. Bust 36”. Waist 28”. Hips 37 1/2”. Size 8. Bust 37”. Waist 29”. Hips 38 1/2”. Size 10. Bust 38”. Waist 30”. Hips 39 1/2”. Size 12. Bust 39”. Waist 31”. Hips 40”. Size 14. Bust 40”. Waist 32”. Hips 41”. Size 16: Bust 42”. Waist 34”. Hips 43”. (add 0 to the price) Size 18: Bust 44”. Waist 36”. Hips 45”. (add 0 to the price) Size 20: Bust 46”. Waist 38”. Hips 47”. (add 0 to the price)
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SALE! Wedding Dresses Pink Label Kimmie A-Line Short Dress

SALE! Wedding Dresses Pink Label Kimmie A-Line Short Dress


This is very special vintage inspired wedding dress by FANCY BRIDAL. This is a beautiful 50’s style american sateen wedding dress. It has streamlined elegance; front and back v-necklines and a-line skirt which slightly flares out at the hips. Size 4. Bust 35”. Waist 27”. Hips 36 1/2”. Size 6. Bust 36”. Waist 28”. Hips 37 1/2”. Size 8. Bust 37”. Waist 29”. Hips 38 1/2”. Size 10. Bust 38”. Waist 30”. Hips 39 1/2”. Size 12. Bust 39”. Waist 31”. Hips 40”. Size 14. Bust 40”. Waist 32”. Hips 41”. Size 16: Bust 42”. Waist 34”. Hips 43”. (add 0 to the price) Size 18: Bust 44”. Waist 36”. Hips 45”. (add 0 to the price) Size 20: Bust 46”. Waist 38”. Hips 47”. (add 0 to the price)
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