HSN Debuts “The Fashion Edit” For Fall 2014 – Yahoo Finance
The result exceeded our expectations. Each bag, each sleeve is a more beautiful, functional, and original piece thanks to the collective vision and experience of our collaborators. The Checkmate Collection is available at http://www.burgundyassemblage.com/collections/all . ABOUT BURGUNDY ASSEMBLAGE Burgundy Assemblage is a collaborative design company and community in New York City. Founded by designers Lan Peng and Akram Aghbal, Burgundy Assemblages mission is to design and create high- quality, handmade leather bags and accessories in collaboration with an array of visionaries, artists, artisans and ordinary consumers. The company seeks to promote greater understanding of the art of design and craftsmanship by inspiring people to witness and engage in the creative process. ABOUT THE FOUNDERS Lan Peng was born in Taiwan and raised in Vancouver, Canada. She received a BFA in Visual Fine Arts at University of British Columbia in Vancouver and moved to New York in 2007 to study Graphic Design at Parsons.
The collection ranges in price from $79.90-$199.90. Contemporary American handbag brand, Emma Fox, is also making their debut appearance on the network during The Fashion Edit. Offering timeless and classic designs with an updated with a modern aesthetic, the assortment ranges from $24.00 to $299.00. The handbags feature the finest American full grain drum dyed leather with signature gold hardware. The HSN Fall Fashion series will feature new styles from HSN’s Fall Fashion Edit designers such as Diane Gilman, Giuliana Rancic, Hal Rubenstein, Iman, Liz Lange, Marla Wynne, Rhonda Shear, Serena Williams, Slinky, and Snob Essentials, as well as brands from the Beauty Series including Korres, Smashbox, Serious Skincare, Trish McEvoy, and more. For show dates, times and to shop a special preview of the fall fashion collection at HSN now, visit hsn.com and join the conversation @HSN on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest. About HSN: HSN is a leading interactive entertainment and lifestyle retailer, offering a curated assortment of exclusive products and top brand names to its customers. HSN incorporates entertainment, inspiration, personalities and industry experts to provide an entirely unique shopping experience.
“The designers sharing experiences on IfOnly are not only amongst the most famous in the world, they are also the busiest, and we are grateful that their unique offerings are benefiting worthy causes,” said IfOnly founder and CEO, Trevor Traina. “Fashions change each season but the experiences offered on IfOnly will create memories lasting a lifetime.” For the first time ever, IfOnly’s Style category has brought together leading talent behind the craft in the fashion and beauty industries, including celebrity stylists, makeup artists, hair stylists, photographers and editors. Icons such as Rachel Zoe, Leslie Fremar, Kate Young, Katey Denno, Jen Atkin, Russell James, and Lori Goldstein provide unprecedented opportunities to fans looking to take their style or beauty game to the next level from a private shopping trip and styling session to the curation of a custom look for a wedding day or gala event. These services are not offered to the public, thus providing IfOnly members with once-in-a-lifetime experiences from the top beauty and style experts in the world. Fashion and Style luminaries partnering with IfOnly have each designated a benefitting charity including New Yorkers For Children, She’s the First, Save the Children, Shikshya Foundation Nepal, and The Nomad Two Worlds Foundation, among others. For more details on IfOnly and its new Fashion and Style experiences, please visit http://www.IfOnly.com . To reach the IfOnly concierge please call 415-754-8167 or firstname.lastname@example.org . About IfOnly IfOnly delivers extraordinary experiences for good. Founded in 2012 by serial entrepreneur Trevor Traina, IfOnly is a premium experiential marketplace that offers exclusive experiences to customers who are passionate about food, wine and spirits, music, sports, entertainment, travel and beyond.
Now the brand is outperforming: sales of pumps and court shoes with Vivier’s signature square buckle rose 20 percent in the first quarter of this year versus a 0.8 percent rise for Tod’s. But the same buzz hasn’t happened at Tod’s, consumers say. Clementina Previ, 53, from Lodi in northern Italy, said the brand did not offer exciting new collections in the same way as peers. “I was hoping for something more bold, and the bags were much less captivating than I had hoped,” she said as she window-shopped on the cobbled streets of Milan. INNOVATION Macellari, the chief financial officer, says the company doesn’t expect the new ranges to restore luster to the brand right away. “The real work for us is to try and create demand,” he said in the interview. “This is something we won’t achieve in two seasons, we will need longer, but this is the right path.” The company is no stranger to innovation: In its early years, the bobble-bottomed “Gommino” loafer was originally designed to give ladies an elegant alternative to the discomfort of driving in high heels. Tod’s was one of Italian luxury’s earlier firms to list on the stock market – after Gucci and Bulgari, but a decade ahead of Ferragamo and Prada.
Jonathan Cohen collaborates with cult beauty brand Shu Uemura – LA Times
He has the attention of style icon Lupita Nyongo, who has worn his distinctive print dresses numerous times, and retailers Dawn Klohs and Denise Schaefer, the sisters who own the influential Newport Beach fashion boutique, A’marees . Los Angeles designer Trina Turks universe is ever growing. For spring, she launched shoes and activewear. And landing in stores now for the fall season is her first comprehensive handbag collection.
“We are trying to send the message that Tod’s is not any longer simply a great producer of high-quality shoes, but also that it is more and more becoming a ‘maison’,” Chief Financial officer Emilio Macellari told Reuters. For luxury goods companies, handbags, wallets and other accessories are easier to sell because they don’t require a particular fit. A clothes line helps drive those accessory sales by giving the label – and the shop window – the allure of a collection and ensuring magazine spreads. Lately a slowdown in China, once the sector’s growth engine, has hit profits across the luxury goods business. But Tod’s high reliance on lower-margin shoes is widely seen as being to blame for sharper falls in sales and profits than its peers have seen.
Fashion Trend Report: Patterned Bags – Fashion Trend Report – StyleBistro
Emporio Armani, Prada, Fendi ImaxTree Designers including Giorgio Armani for Emporio Armani , Miuccia Pradafor Prada andSilvia Venturini Fendi and Karl Lagerfeld for Fendi accessorized their runway looks with printed bags at the shows. At Emporio Armani, washed-out floral patterns lent a feminine touch to menswear-inspired clothing. Prada dabbled in both bold color and Pop Artesque profiles of women on its bags. At Fendi, fluid, eye-catching prints were among the statement bags shown. Celebrities known for pushing the fashion envelope have been quick to embrace this trend. Rihanna and Kim Kardashian have been seen toting bags straight from Prada’s runway.
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