By  on March 6, 2017

It’s no secret that fashion has found itself in a challenged state. Traditional industry totems — from department stores to luxury brands — are rushing to figure out the new Millennial shopper, who continues to write her own rules of consumption.

Accessories is one of the first categories to exhibit hints of a way forward. The change is heralded by a new class of designers — ones who are armed with a lower price point, distinct designs, earnest online personas and an air of transparency about where their products are manufactured.

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