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.
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.
At first glance, Brian Kurtz might not be an obvious choice to teach us how to win in the fashion business. But after decades in the world of publishing, he has a lot of valuable lessons smart fashion brands can use to win in their niche. He’ll share how results-based marketing can help fashion brands win at the cash flow game, the single most important asset a brand can have (no, not influencers) and the huge advantage of a compelling story…and one brand that has mastered it.
What surprising power does the designer have over the fashion consumer? Michael Solomon will tell you – he literally wrote the book on consumer behavior.