Teen Vogue Goes Digital Only, D&G on Millennial’s & Marketing Lessons from 2017

 Fashion PR Fridays: Top Fashion, Public Relations, Marketing and Social Media News

…for the week of October 30, 2017

Print copies of Teen Vogue are to be no more. Any guesses where Elaine Welteroth will pop up next? (via WWD)

Looking for ways to do a bit of employee bonding without breaking the bank? ACPR has a few ideas (via ACPR)

Maria Grazia Chiuri, Dior’s Artistic Director, is making her mark  (via Glamour)

Influencer talent management company Style Coalition has been acquired by Launchmetrics (via Bof)

Why Dolce & Gabbana is calling millennials “The New Renaissance” (via Fashionista)

Economy 3.0 – the new buzzword for 2018? (via NY Post)

Are you on top of plans for engaging, earned brand content? Download this free strategy guide (via Olapic)

What did we learn about marketing in 2017? (via Brandwatch)

Insight into Williamson PR’s latest project (via NYT)

What exactly do you get when you hire a PR grad? (via PR Week)

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Maria is a passionate and innovative media specialist, always eager to learn new skills and expand her horizons. She is a junior at San Diego State University pursuing a degree in journalism and media studies with an emphasis in public relations. Besides trips to the beach, Maria loves traveling to new countries and reading fashion and beauty blogs.