Rent the Runway for Your Child?
What do you get when you combine a stylish toddler and Rent the Runway? Well it’s either the most ridiculous idea or a very smart one. New company Borrow Mini Couture rents out high-end outfits for kids 9 months to 4 years old. Designers available include Stella McCartney, Dior, and Chloé. Borrow Mini Couture caters to both girls and boys and each piece is insured against hazards like food and vomit. The idea is that parents now don’t have to invest in formalwear for their little fashionista. What do you think – is this company genius or ridiculous?
Men’s Wearhouse Bids Again for Jos. A. Bank
Men’s Wearhouse is raising their offer for Jos. A. Bank to $1.61 billion. The bid went directly to its rival’s shareholders and plans to nominate two people to the Jos. A. Bank board were unveiled. Men’s Wearhouse is now offering $57.50 per share for Jos. A. Bank, which is an increase from its prior offer of $55 per share, or $1.54 billion. Jos. A. Bank rejected the previous offer in December because it was too low. The new offer expires on March 28 unless it is extended.
David Beckham to Star in Another H&M Commercial
Retired soccer icon David Beckham will be featured in a Super Bowl commercial for his Bodywear collection for H&M. Viewers will have the ability to buy products from the clothing line directly from their TVs. Beckham will also debut nine new styles from the collection. The ad will feature technology from the e-commerce firm Delivery Agent and will allow viewers with Samsung smart TVs to see information and purchase the items featured directly through their TVs. “We’re thrilled to be back in action at the Super Bowl, showcasing our new campaign. We’re bringing our A-game, the world’s top style icon and the best quality bodywear to the largest stage in the world,” H&M North America president Daniel Kulle said in a statement. The campaign will run during the second quarter of the big game.
Sources: NY Mag, USA Today, Business Insider
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