Ebay’s New Marketplace, No More Internships at Condé Nast & Cole Haan’s Retro Campaign

  • Inevitably, public speaking sometimes comes with the PR territory. Avoid the sweaty palms and get through your next presentation with these tips. (via PR News Online)
  • 90’s cult retailer Delia’s (hello bell bottoms and chunky Mary Janes) is coming back with the help of former J. Crew CEO. (via Buzzfeed)
  • Fashion GPS launched Styles 2.0 as a digital platform for PR agencies to share images with editors. (via TechCrunch)
  • Teen Vogue’s Fashion University honed in on some promising students on how to break into the fashion industry. (via Fashionista)
  • True&Co. is a lingerie line born out of the frustration of one woman and designed with the help of 20,000 of them. (via The Cut)
  • Cole Haan’s new campaign goes back in time to pay tribute to pre-digital icons. (via DigiDay)
  • After a summer of legal woes, Condé Nast is saying goodbye to intern programs. Do you think interns should be paid? (via WWD)
  • To keep your wants all nice and tidy, Ebay is going the way of Pinterest and allowing you to curate collections and more. (via AdAge)
  • They can be difficult to differentiate at times, but PR Couture’s Crosby Noricks goes back to basics to explain the difference between PR, Marketing and Advertising. (via IFB)
  • Get the most out of your connections with these three new LinkedIn apps. (via Fast Company)

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