The Tech Evolution of the Gap, Teen Retail Influencers & Social Holiday Shopping

  • The Gap is pitching innovation and adding some major technological enhancements to its operations. (via WWD)
  • Snapchat says thanks but no thanks to Facebook’s $3 Billion acquisition offer. (via Wall Street Journal)
  • After acquiring quite the fashionable army, it seems Apple isn’t experimenting with computer couture but with actual fashion. (via Forbes)
  • Pinterest reaches the Far East with its launch in Japan and what it means for brands. (via TechCrunch)
  • Responsibility and Respecting the Press are topics of discussion on the newly minted series of Bobby Brown PR girl Alexis Rodriguez. (via the PR Closet)
  • This week marked the 16th anniversary of the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, and here is a little history on the once seemingly androgynous trademark of one of the sexiest fashion brands in the world. (via the Cut)
  • Influence is changing and teens are relying on social media and beauty and fashion YouTubers for shopping guidance. Have you been influence? (via Business of Fashion)
  • Kate Spade is on the frontier of pioneering the shoppable digital ad. (via Mashable)
  • People literally went gaga over Lady Gaga’s H&M Times Square ribbon-cutting event. (via Elle UK)
  • Free People shares Inspiration Pics on their website to showcase the interactive, creative side of the brand, and we are definitely feeling inspired. (via Fashion Notes)
  • Get ready, guys! ‘Tis the season of holiday shopping, and these stats reveal just how social media influences holiday e-commerce. (via Socially Stacked)
  • A few real world stories of some pretty innovative PR pros, how they got where they are today and how they might give you that extra push. (via Lindsay Olson)

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