[Sponsored by Cult of Progression] Fashion PR Fridays: PR, Marketing & Social Media News 5.17.13

This post is sponsored by Cult of Progression, a creative agency offering one-on-one branding, PR, celebrity placement, and retail management to the worlds most promising designers in fashion and beauty.

  • It’s the age-old question: PR is advertising, advertising is PR. Does it really matter, and as the industries continue to work together, will the lines finally blur? (via the Black Sheep Agency)
  • Release the color pens! Studies show that color-coding notes make you a more efficient and creative thinker. (via Fast Company)
  • Grab a tub of popcorn (buttered, please) and settle down with some movies all professional women should watch. Any you would add? (via Levo League)
  • PR Couture’s Crosby Noricks gets confidential about Fashion PR Confidential. Have you signed up yet? (via Your Coffee Break)
  • Some very important designers who didn’t quite leave a lasting legacy. Recognize any? (via Fashionista)
  • Millennial values are influencing the marketing efforts of many a luxury brand. What other brands have you noticed following this trend? (via Fashion Collective)
  • Club Monaco debuts its fall lookbook on Tumblr with the help of several bloggers to reflect the growing social consumer press. (via Elle)
  • Do you suffer from social media anxiety? Some of these platforms might give you the eye twitch. (via the Cut)
  • Move over Most Interesting Man in the World…you have nothing on Ralph Lauren. (via Complex)
  • Grace Coddington surprises us with her artistic abilities and affinity for cats with her punk Met Gala illustrations. (via Vogue)
  • Don’t send the wrong message and use these etiquette tips to make your emails more effective and clear. (via Insights from Analytics Blog)

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About This Author

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