Fashion PR Fridays

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

…for the week of May 29, 2017

Benjamin Hardy talks about ways to save you 20+ hours a week, including listening to brain music and working on quality versus quantity  (via Thrive Global)

In its newest ad, Lacoste uses its classic polo tshirt to tell a story through different time periods showing viewers the history behind their line (via Ad Week)

Want to make a punchy email signature that leaves a lasting effect on your readers? Here are 11 quotes that make a statement (via PR Daily)

What do you think of Oreo’s new jelly donut flavored oreos? Ingenious advertising or just plain weird? (via Refinery 29)

Founder and CEO of Bumble, Whitney Wolfe, believes her dating app is about more than just finding love. It’s about all different kinds of real human connection (via Entrepreneur)

Dapper Dan and Gucci go hand-in-hand, neither would exist without the other. This, and many more reasons we need cultural appropriation in the fashion world (via Business of Fashion)

Internet guru Mary Meeker released her trend report for 2017. It includes stats on the rise of gaming and internet cloud wars (via Fortune)

In the fashion industry, we are seeing huge companies merge like Kate Spade and Coach and others close multiple stores like Michael Kors. What could go wrong with these new large conglomerates? (via Glossy)

Are companies focusing on the post-purchase part of the buying process enough? (via CMO) 

A web series called Glove and Boots is teaching its viewers how to interact with their friends on social media in a very interesting way, with puppets (via Huffington Post)