Silas Chou, Groupe Arnault and Google Ventures are investors.
The Fashion Merchandising internship is an amazing opportunity for a fashion-obsessed, creative, solutions-oriented individual to join our exciting, fast-growing start-up. This is a paid internship, expected to be 40hrs/wk.
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Spring jackets are tricky business. How do you find one that's not too thick, but will still protect you during those breezy evenings? Are you more of a trench coat or light leather jacket type of gal? We picked the brains of some of our favorite outerwear designers (Veda, Confezioni Crosby, Gryphon and more) to bring you some tips on how to find and wear the perfect spring jacket for you--and came up with a handy little guide to find the best ones. We've scoured the market to find the best in five iconic spring jacket styles: the trench, the leather jacket, the denim jacket, the utility jacket, and the rain jacket (we already covered bombers, fyi).
Earlier this week, fashion PR powerhouse KCD announced a new partnership with London-based creative firm Spring. Spring, which was founded as a photo studio and is now billed as a "studio complex and multichannel creative agency", is run by folks with some serious fashion cred of their own: Robin Derrick, who was the creative director at Vogue UK and Armani, and Robin Harvey, who was the founding creative director of Net-a-porter. Under the Spring umbrella (divisions include Spring Creative, Spring Creative services, and soon-to-launch Spring New York) the firm develops advertising and multimedia campaigns for high profile clients like Target and Louis Vuitton. Remember that Harper's Bazaar redesign? That was them too. The idea behind the partnership is that as clients begin to have new and greater demands--for digital strategy, launching e-commerce, social media, etc--KCD wants to be able to address those needs under one roof.