A New Season for Overseas Chinese Influencers. Ongoing travel restrictions aren’t the only reason why brands are gravitating toward China’s overseas KOLs.
The video streaming platform has attracted Louis Vuitton, Nike and others looking to recruit the next generation of Chinese consumers. But brands need to understand its unique community to avoid making mistakes.
This autumn, labels from Michael Kors to Comme des Garçons to Raf Simons are presenting collections in October in what’s shaping up to be something like a second fashion month. Will it stick post-pandemic?
On sustainability, some fashion brands are becoming more comfortable with growing transparency and finding that acknowledging their shortcomings can make for more effective communications than crowing about their achievements.
Plunging marketing budgets are disrupting the traditional value exchange between fashion brands and the magazines that cover them — with both sides wondering if the fear of missing out on editorial coverage can still drive hefty ad investments in an increasingly digital world.