Lorre White celebrates ‘The World Most Powerful Women 2013’

The World's Most Powerful Women 2013   Our annual snapshot of the 100 women with the most impact are top politicians and CEOs, activist billionaires and celebrities who matter. In roughly equal measure you’ll find next gen entrepreneurs and media mavens, technologists and leaders in philanthropy — all ranked by dollars, media momentum and impact (see full methodology here). We’ve selected women that go beyond the traditional taxonomy of the power elite (political and economic … [Read more...]

Tory Burch – WOMAN of ACTION™

  A Celebration of Women™ is elated to Celebrate the Life of this par excellence in creativity and proven generosity, a self-made woman entrepreneur that built her own global dynasty, inside one our world's toughest industries, FASHION. She is truly an inspiring figure, proving that one does not need to go through suffering just to make their mark in history. Her MANTRA: "Just be the best at what you love doing, and you will eventually be given an opportunity to be the person of … [Read more...]

Tamara Mellon is Taking Action after sale of Jimmy Choo empire ($800 mil)

“Fashion is what I know.”   After selling her Jimmy Choo empire for more than $800 million, Tamara Mellon is ready to announce her much-anticipated new venture, her own namesake fashion label Tamara Mellon, OBE is the former Chief Creative Officer and co-founder of Jimmy Choo, a luxury brand that offers designer shoes, handbags and a range of accessories. She stepped down from the brand in November 2011 after its acquisition by Labelux. Mellon has been quietly working on her grand … [Read more...]

Luxury Brands and the secondary market … , Lorre White

Luxury Brands and the secondary market; why is it important for luxury brands to be familiar to those that are not their primary customer and how luxury marketing plays a role. Certain luxury items like designer fashion, cosmetics, perfumes, skin care, etc., although in the luxury sector, have predominantly aspirational consumers because of the lower price point. People can save up to buy a purse, a suit, sunglasses or shoes, but they cannot save up to buy a $60 million dollar jet, yacht, … [Read more...]

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