Rowan Reed by Black Swan Fall ’14 Revealed
Rowan Reed by Black Swan for fall ’14 just debuted and features smoking slippers, oxfords, booties and pumps. The line reflects the apparel’s dreamy, art inspired style with details including photo-realistic floral prints, wooden beads, chunky rubber soles and embossed metallics. The collection retails between $80 to $250 and can be purchased at Anthropologie and Nordstrom stores. As for the main Rowan Reed line, their fall collection includes shoes such as: boots, slingbacks, mules and flats.
Edelman’s Specific Customer In Mind
Sam and Libby Edelman have thought of a specific customer for their new multi-category world. For their fall collection we will see a contemporary feel including pieces such as: clothes, outerwear, handbags, hats, jewelry and shoes. The Edelman’s target girl is someone who is fun, loves to look sexy, parties Saturday nights and does brunch on Sunday. The clothes have a bohemian, grunge style with short ruffle dresses under moto jackets. Their accessories range from color-blocking leather handbags for work and jewelry with an emphasis on big hardware and crystals.
Giuseppe Celio Joins Carolina Herrera
Chief operating officer Giuseppe Celio from Oscar de la Renta Inc. has just been poached by the one and only Carolina Herrera. During his nine years at Oscar de la Renta, Celio was a big part in the company’s retail expansion and the e-commerce and logistics development. As part of the Herrera team he will report to president Caroline Brown and play an integral part in the growth of the brand’s momentum that has increased in the past three decades. Brown explains, “he will play a central role in our international business, structural and systems development for the future.”
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