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The Next Wave: Fashion Brands Test New Social Media Platforms

Fashion companies on the hunt for customers and buzz are looking beyond Facebook and Twitter to new emerging platforms.

Lauren by Ralph Lauren Show Set For the Web

The show will feature footage of real models on the runway in spring looks customers can order immediately.

The Fashion System: Gucci's Frida Giannini

Gucci’s design director Frida Giannini notes that by democratizing access to fashion, trade-timed online access to fashion shows creates excitement.

The Fashion System:
Miuccia Prada

One of fashion’s great innovators, Miuccia Prada has live-streamed her show for two seasons. She discusses technology, the fashion cycle and her design process.

The Fashion System:
Donna Karan

The designer shares her thoughts on changing the fashion seasons to reflect a "buy-now, wear-now" attitude.

The Fashion System:
Karl Lagerfeld

Only hours after showing his fall Chanel collection, the busiest man in fashion found time for a chat.

The Fashion System:
Ralph Lauren

The designer argues that the current insider-only fashion show model will change for a simple reason: It must.

Streaming the Future

The fashion industry, supposedly based on change, but often quite blissfully cemented in its ways, has been shockingly slow in its embrace of technology.

Sears' CEO Edward Lampert's Annual Shareholder Letter

Boasts of internal improvements and calls for more consistent tax policy.

Former Google Exec Named CEO at Polyvore

Former Googler Sukhinder Singh Cassidy to succeed founder Pasha Sadri as chief executive officer at online fashion community, Polyvore.

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Dolce & Gabbana Launches Show App

Not to be outdone in the technology race, Dolce & Gabbana is upping the Internet ante yet again.

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Fashion's New Fever: Bloggers in Spotlight As They Aim for Fame

Fashion bloggers like Tavi Gevinson and Bryanboy are courted, coddled and charmed like never before by houses like Marc Jacobs and Rodarte.

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