The Uprising in Fashion and Luxury
When the future is uncertain in fashion and luxury, are there reasons to be optimistic? This week Scott Goodson talks with Pauline Brown, Harvard Professor and recently Chairman of LVMH in the U.S., the world's leading house of luxury brands, including Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, Donna Karan, Dior, Veuve Cliquot, Moët Chandon, Dom Perignon and Hennessy. What happens when trends are generated bottom-up through social media, and via friends rather than being set and dictated top-down by magazine editors, department stores, celebrities, socialites? Click here to listen to the podcast.
In this extraordinary discussion, listen in on the views of Pauline Brown who is one of the admired thinkers on this subject. She currently lectures about the business of aesthetics at Harvard Business School, which is a pioneering area of study for the analytical leaders of tomorrow. She also sits on many boards including Wharton Business School, Parsons School of Design, and the Aspen Institute.
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