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Digital China, Milan menswear, JNBY shape shifters, Ferlisi in at McQ, Scottish Fashion Awards

Georgio Armani Spring/Summer 2011 | Source: Style.com
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Connecting Digitally With Chinese Consumers (Jing Daily)
"In recent years, as Chinese luxury consumers have gotten younger and more sophisticated, and the marketplace has become more crowded, digital outreach in China has become critical for major global luxury brands."

Italian menswear gets young, bold and beautiful (Reuters)
"Designers shrugged off the global economic slump at Milan's menswear fashion week, opting for bold, impeccable suits to woo demanding buyers keen on wearing something more than once."

Shape Shifters That Mutate With You (NY Times)
"'Modern' is a term so routinely invoked in fashion-speak that it lost its meaning long ago. But without quite intending it, JNBY, a new loftlike boutique in SoHo, has revitalized that concept, lending 'modern' a near-prophetic ring."

Ferlisi For McQ (Vogue.com)
"Pina Ferlisi has been named creative director of Alexander McQueen's diffusion line McQ. Ferlisi will reportedly work under the newly appointed Sarah Burton."

Scottish Fashion Awards (Telegraph)
"Jonathan Saunders was named the Scottish Designer of the Year... while Holly Fulton, the young Royal College of Art graduate, whose jewellery-and-architecture inspired designs have won praise from Alber Elbaz of Lanvin, was named the Young Designer of the Year."

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