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What Your Fashion Brand Can Learn from the VMA Nominees

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Strong.  Bold.  Connected. Those are three adjectives MTV’s 2010 VMA nominee’s have in common. Lady Gaga received 13 Nominations — the most ever by a single artist in one year; Emimen received 8; and Ke$ha received 3. Videos are ways for artist to express themselves visually and to connect with their fans.  Remember, videos changed the… Continue Reading

Fashion War of 2010: Ke$ha vs. Lady Gaga

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Remember in the eighties when Madonna and Cyndi Lauper seemed to compete for everything?  Whether it was to be at the top of the charts or dress in the most outrageous fashions, they were both vying for that top spot. Well, If Lady Gaga is today’s Madonna, I think Ke$ha is her Cyndi Lauper.  For the second week… Continue Reading

Alexander McQueen: We Will Miss You.

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I woke up this morning to a stream of tweets and emails, first from Europe then from here in the Untied States mourning the apparent suicide of brilliant designer, Alexander McQueen.  Alexandra Shulman, editor of British Vogue, summed up McQueen’s Influence as follows: "His brilliant imagination knew no bounds as he conjured up collection after collection of… Continue Reading

Reasons to Love Lady Gaga

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You have heard me say it before: I think Lady Gaga is amazing.  Most people I know do too — from the trainers who use her music in their classes, to the salesreps who use her as inspiration during market week, even to the tech geeks at the Computer Electronics Show.  I predict she will have the… Continue Reading