She’s been a model, art director, CEO and worked in retail. She’s produced fashion films and is a media personality and lifestyle contributor. In fact, there are few things Tamiko White has not done in the world of fashion.
The Fashion Consumer
It started with a pendant that transformed into fully functional earphones. In the process, Seetal Fatania saw the struggle many wearables designers have building a customer base for a sale that relies on a lot of education.
Fendi Casa, Hanky Panky, Nike and Diesel have worked with her. Vogue, Esquire, Rolling Stone and Nylon have published her photos. So when award-winning commercial fashion and portrait photographer Becky Yee shares insights on her craft, it’s worth it to listen.
We take an emotional journey into a growing market: fashion for people who have a disability of one sort or another. Nancy Connor, the founder of one such company, helps us understand why her products are needed and the opportunity it offers for big-hearted and business-savvy brands.
Featuring Wharton professor Barbara Kahn. Her latest book, The Shopping Revolution, shows retailers how to adapt to a consumer-driven world. We discuss the simple focus that made Amazon so dominant…and how to use that insight to beat them at their own game. She shares how Warby Parker dented the once-untouchable Luxottica’s lucrative eyewear business. And we’ll address how luxury and fast-fashion retailers can compete in the ever-changing, fickle world of fashion.