The next era of NastyGal, Men are the new women, and more


Nasty Gal’s Sophia Amoruso: Fashion’s New Phenom (Forbes)

“Ten young women dressed in a catwalk-ready mix of denim fringe vests, short shorts, neon sheer tops and 5-inch platform boots are clustered in a downtown Los Angeles conference room on a recent morning. They take turns doing introductions in between bites of Starbucks pastries. “I am superstoked to be here and am definitely a Nasty Gal,” says Kelly, a clinical psychiatrist. A recent USC grad chimes in: “I love what Nasty Gal has done for me.””

Men are the New Women (BoF)

“Indeed, according to a recent report by Bain & Company, a consulting firm, the luxury menswear market is growing at almost 14 percent per year, outpacing growth in womenswear by almost double. And, as male consumers begin to take to style and fashion with the same fervour as their female counterparts, menswear is a growing priority for luxury and fashion brands.”

Why I Like People with Unconventional Resumés (HBR Blog)

“In this new normal, experience and knowledge are less relevant, while the abilities to learn and adapt, to be resilient and to connect with others are ever more crucial. That’s why, as an executive search consultant, I like job candidates who have followed non-traditional career paths.”


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