Twitter Fails, Levi’s on a Train, Fashion’s Lovefest with Music & Tory Burch’s Social Secrets

  • Breaking PR? No, it’s not a new show, but this nifty little chart does break down the elements that make up PR. Other elements you’d add? (via PR News Online)
  • How much time is enough time put into a job before moving on? What’s the longest or shortest you’ve stayed at a job? (via NYC PR Girls)
  • Remember the intern who ranted on Marc Jacobs (the brand)? And who can forget Kenneth Cole’s Twitter gems? Lessons learned in this collection of celebrity Twitter fails. (via Business Insider)
  • Levi’s new campaign “Make Our Mark” is traveling across the country with the Station to Station train – a multi-sensory experience that combines technology, art, music, and of course, jeans. (via Digiday)
  • Pump the jam! This season, Fashion Week saw energetic music of all genres, dancing and even stepping! (via Fab Sugar)
  • How to manage media relations in this digital age – and do it successfully at that! (via Spin Sucks)
  • Designer and music enthusiast John Varvatos talks about the artists who inspire him and how he connects music to his brand. (via AdAge)
  • Knowing that several consumers rely on reviews before making a purchase, new social shopping platform ShopGodt makes the experience a bit like Pinterest meets Yelp. (via Pandodaily)
  • Sometimes rumors are true: Marc Jacobs is officially leaving Louis Vuitton. (via The New York Times)
  • Tory Burch grew up right alongside social media, so naturally the brand relies heavily on these platforms to better serve and engage with consumers. (via Internet Retailer)

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