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“Vanhee-Cybulski was most recently women’s design director at The Row, the label launched by Ashley Olsen and Mary-Kate Olsen in 2006, and has previously held positions at Céline and Maison Martin Margiela.”

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Decoded Fashion - Fashion Tech Daily - Nadege Vanehee-Cybulski
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“The luxury retailer is set to open two concept shops this fall with offline and online components.”

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“Luxury fashion brand Jimmy Choo has launched a virtual showroom that allows customers to view and pre-order its autumn/winter14 collection alongside buyers and editors before the products are available in stores.”

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Decoded Fashion - Fashion Tech Daily - Jimmy Choo Avenue Imperial Virtual Showroom
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“First it was Yves Saint Laurent, then Burberry and now the LVMH-owned watch maker Tag Heuer. For a third time in the last year, a luxury fashion brand has lost an executive to Apple, which sniped Tag Heuer VP of Sales Patrick Pruniaux for its own team late last week.”

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Decoded Fashion - Fashion Tech Daily - Patrick Pruniaux
 3circle “Mulberry has seen sales slide 15% after it slashed prices on its soft leather bags to win back English shoppers.”Read Article Mulberr
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“Fashion chain seeks to capitalise on 17% revenue rise by scaling up presence in second-largest luxury goods market.”

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Decoded Fashion - Fashion Tech Daily - Burberry
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“According to an internal memo obtained by WWD, Chris Rovzar, the former digital editor of Vanity Fair, will help Bloomberg build its editorial vision for luxury. This includes developing its luxury news product for terminal users, as well as some un-gated content for Bloomberg’s Web site.”

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Decoded Fashion - Fashion Tech Daily - Bloomberg

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  1. Why Did Apple Just Hire a Fashion Industry CEO?
    Yves Saint Laurent’s ex CEO, Paul Deneve, has left the fashion house and is now being hired by tech power company, Apple.
  2. GoldieBlox, the Toy That Aims to Get Girls Hooked on Engineering is Coming to a Toys ‘R’ Us Near You
    The California based startup will now be selling their engineering and science themed girls’ toys at the major toy store, Toys ‘R’ Us.
  3. Smartwatches Hit the Mainstream, Pebble Lands at Best Buy
    The Kickstarter smartwatch startup, Pebble, has recently landed a deal to sell its wearable tech devices at Best Buy.
  4. Shop Louis Vuitton at Your Fingertips
    As many high luxury brands have become a part of the mobile commerce giant, Louis Vuitton decided to join and publicly announce it via an animated video.
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