Stylie Launches Intuitive Business Solution for Hairstylists

Let your beautiful self sit down. Today, Stylie announced the launch of Stylie One, its seamless business management solution built especially for independent hairstylists. Supporting the independent hairstylist with simpler software including inventory, scheduling, auto-marketing, point of sale and more to help manage his/her business, Stylie One is designed to cut down on time spent on administrative processes while increasing the opportunity…

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eCommerce Changing the Fashion Industry

New companies like Apliiq and Custom Ink are changing the fashion industry. Platforms like Viralstyle have made marketing and selling clothes completely different, benefiting consumers and putting the stress on distributors. There are many ways social commerce platforms are revolutionizing the fashion industry. Some impacts include the production of clothes and the marketability of those products. “These changes have provided a…

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Glamour’s New Top Dog

Glamour has selected Florence Kane as its new digital fashion director. Kane previously worked as a freelance writer for Vouge, The New York Times, and Marie Claire. She is also the co-founder of JeanStories.com, a blog that showcases new companies and designers working with denim. “Florence’s extensive experience covering fashion news, trends, and designers will prove essential to ensuring Glamour continued success as a leading fashion destination for…

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Tiger Global Invests $15M in Fashion Network Roposo

Tiger Global has made a second investment of $15 million into India-based Roposo, on top of a $5 million round just three months ago. Roposo, positioning itself as a fashion focused social media platform, allows users to discover newly curated products and trends. Roposo currently works with 300 ecommerce sites and 4,000 brands as an affiliate. The company, founded in 2013, was originally…

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Women’s Wear Daily Expands Reach via Tribune Publishing Partnership

Women's Wear Daily has partnered with Tribune Publishing Co., which owns the Los Angeles Times and other Tribune newspapers, to syndicate its fashion content. Beginning in September, subscribers of The Times, Chicago Tribune, San Diego Union-Tribine and the Sun-Sentinel will receive print editions of WWD on a monthly basis. The partnership provides WWD a much wider audience while boosting fashion &…

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