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Design and Tailor: Fashion and Social Media

In the past, the fashion world has been elite and untouchable. The everyday person only caught glimpses through magazine ads and exclusive articles from the arts and leisure section. Fashion designers and their lifestyles were a complete mystery. Social media is finally catching up with the fashion industry, transforming the elite world of high fashion […]

The Impact of Twitter on Communication

Over the series of posts, I have discovered the importance of social media on organizations, with its growing impact in the fashion industry. Social media has established a role as a uniting force between brands and their customers by opening up communication and breaking down the formal structure of conversation in a previously elitist community. […]

Old Spice’s New Image

P&G wanted to transform the Old Spice brand into a good that millennials would use, and not just see it as a product for their dads and grandfathers. In order to access this technologically savvy audience, Old Spice needed to go social. Cash-Strapped Millennials Curate Style via Social Media focuses on the differing mindset of […]

Fine Arts’ Utilization of Twitter

The fine arts industry and the fashion industry are very similar in that they both are creative industries that sometimes have overlapping audiences. In fashion, Twitter is a highly-used social media tool that connects designers and buyers together. In the fine arts industry, Twitter is used to connect artists and buyers as well. It updates […]

Kenneth Cole Mis-Tweets About Cairo

As demonstrated in two previous posts on Twitter, the microblog can be an extremely helpful social media tool to reach consumers in a more personal manner and garner great attention to your brand. However, its wide reach can backlash when used inappropriately for your company. The Kenneth Cole and Cairo controversy is a prime example […]

DKNY Dominates Twitter

Aliza Licht exemplifies how a fashion brand can utilize Twitter to create and maintain a relationship with followers.┬áP.R. Girl Revealed as P.R. Executive shares how Licht was able to develop the Donna Karan brand into a social media icon in the fashion industry. The senior vice president for global communications at Donna Karan International has […]

Twitter: Increased Dependence by Designers

There has been a shift from traditional marketing techniques to alternative and social media in many companies. The purpose of this shift is primarily to keep in touch with their technologically-savvy publics. These new media outlets include the highly visual Pinterest and Flickr platforms, and more word-intensive blogs and microblogs such as WordPress and Twitter. […]