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10 More Seconds: The Secret to Fashion Success

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I hate working out.  There.  I admitted it.  But, I hate not fitting into my jeans even more so I do it.  Recently, during a killer pilates class, the teacher was making us hold every position for a really, really, really long time.  I seriously considered walking out.  But just then, while we were holding a plank position for what… Continue Reading

What Corporate America Can Learn from the Fashion Industry

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Recently, the WSJ argued that Mckinsey & Company’s report, "Women in the Economy" [PDF] found that women can’t crack the glass ceiling because of lack of coaching and mentorship.  Respectfully, I found the WSJ article, "Coaching Urged for Women" offensive, and poorly titled to mischaracterized the study’s result. Here’s what the McKinsey & Company report really said: As women approach… Continue Reading

Fashion Law 101: #TheJuggle

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Like most of you active in Fashion, the first part of 2011 was extremely busy for me.  Even though I haven’t been blogging as much, I am still active on twitter.  I tweet using the hashtag #thejuggle often and received some super kind emails from you telling me those are your favorite tweets.  Thank you! And some… Continue Reading

What’s Luck Got To Do With It?

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Is Luck "a sweet old-fashion notion?"  Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary defines it as "a force that brings good fortune." Lately, people have said to me you are so lucky that you: had great mentors who gave you counsel and guidance; have great industry training; got the opportunity to work on that project; were nominated for that award;… Continue Reading

Fashion Success: From the Ground Up

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Today reminded me of my former apparel production days — rushing to pack the boxes, charming the UPS man, hoping to delay him, then hunting him down a few stops later because I was unsuccessful (which today meant dashing across 7 lanes of rush hour traffic to flag down the truck — but my packages went out!!)  I… Continue Reading