Category Archives: Fashion, Law and Business
Remember Natalie Massenet, founder of “Net-a-Porter”? (see my previous post) Massenet sold Net-a-Porter for $76 Million Dollars and is at it again now with “The Outnet” — an on-line discount store where designer labels from last year’s collection are sold … Continue reading
The September Issue
If you are “amused” with people who dedicate their lives to fashion and think of them as rather silly watch this documentary and learn how much brains is required to pull it all off. Perhaps you will gain a little … Continue reading
Who is Jimmy Choo?
Well, it is not a “he” but a “she” — Tamara Mellon is the founder and chief creative officer of this fabulously successful fashion line; Bazaar recently featured an article about her and her fashion imperium. Read more about this … Continue reading
The $76 Million Dollar Woman
Natalie Massenet, founder of “Net-a-Porter” understood one thing: the money-power women wield when it comes to shopping! Investors told her that women would never shop on-line but the brilliant and exquisitely dressed Massenet ignored the nay-sayers and moved ahead. The … Continue reading
The Power of Association
So, when you go to your closet to select an outfit you inevitably associate particular emotions with certain clothes, correct? The red one reminds you of your last date that went so well. The white sweater always makes you feel so … Continue reading
The Magical Suit
I love suits — so long as they are fitted (not necessarily custom-made). Why do I say that? Because there is a big difference between a fitted suit and a non-fitted suit. The former flatters you while the latter does … Continue reading
Are you stuck in a straight jacket?
Do you work in the law profession and feel pressured to act and dress a certain way? Love to get female and male perspectives? Pleae give your feedback!! Thanks!
What is fashion to a lawyer?
More than a second skin.
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