[Sponsored by Andrew Marc] Fashion PR Fridays: PR, Marketing & Social Media News 4.26.13

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  • Who says you always have to match? It’s time to break some rules and take fashion by the belt. (via Buzzfeed)
  • Professor Galliano? Controversial designer John Galliano will be teaching a master class series called Show Me Emotion to Parson’s BFA candidates. (via Lucky)
  • It’s a visual world out there and brands are evolving their marketing strategies from words to pictures. Who do you think is doing it well? (via Business 2 Community)
  • You’re pretty much a jack-of-all-trades if you’re in PR, but as the needs of the industry grow, so does the need to sharpen some skills you may not have thought of. What skills would you brush up on? (via Your Coffee Break)
  • Supermodel Lily Cole is launching a new do-good site that encourages people to gift their skills and services to one another without expecting anything in return. (via the Telegraph)
  • Ever the social media innovators, DKNY is expanding the media content of their denim collection with a new blog and collaboration with Nylon Magazine. (via Fashion Notes)
  • Let’s take a moment to reminisce about our favorite 90’s shoe brands and see where they are now. You know you owned a pair of Steve Madden platforms. (via Racked)
  • Brands like Tiffany’s and Brooks Brothers are having a love affair with The Great Gatsby – 20’s style dream collaborations come true. (via the High Low)
  • Chanel is changing (you really will need change) things up with the launch of its new mascara by selling it via vending machine. (via PSFK)
  • Fashion startups like Moda Operandi are parlaying individual sense of style and social media smarts into designer e-commerce. (via Wall Street Journal)

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Martha Chavez is a communications professional working in the educational sector, but loves moonlighting in fashion PR for PR Couture.