As far as celebrity stylists go, Rachel Zoe has done an unparalleled job of disseminating her taste to the masses. Between her reality show on Bravo, that stint at Halston, her editorial site and daily newsletter The Zoe Report, her books, and her eponymous clothing line, Zoe is both accessible at every level and nearly impossible to ignore. But in case you hadn't gotten enough, The Zoe Report is now launching a subscription service as well, delivering to members’ doors a selection of Zoe-approved goods four times a year. The first batch will start shipping late this month.
From Net-a-Porter's quarterly print magazine Porter to Shopbop's digital editorials that star the likes of Nicole Richie and Rachel Zoe, shoppable publications have become another way for retailers to tell their stories, give customers a look behind the scenes and give their buys a bit more context. Barneys New York has gradually been amping up the original content on its own online editorial site, The Window, and for spring 2015, the world-famous store has announced that it's launching a print edition inspired by the popular web destination of the same name.
SAN FRANCISCO — Online retailer Piperlime continues to grow its Guest Editor program. The program's most recent addition is actress Jessica Alba, who will join current guest editors Rachel Zoe and...
/PRNewswire/ -- Today, Piperlime, the online shop known for the freshest styles in fashion, announced it will open its first retail store this fall, at 121 Wooster St. in the SoHo neighborhood of New York City. The new 4,000 square foot Piperlime store will offer a similar curated assortment as online, immersing consumers in the brand's unique shopping experience. Styled as a boutique, the store will feature the best range of coveted, iconic brands like Milly, Frye and Citizens of Humanity as well as little known finds including Tinley Road, Ash and Maison Scotch. Sponsored by: "Our customers have
NEW YORK — In honor of the 2012 Academy Awards, Tiffany & Co. has engaged the services of celebrity stylist Rachel Zoe to create a window display that highlights Hollywood glamour from the 1930s through the 1970s. Zoe’s windows are unveiled at Tiffany & Co. flagship stores in New York City, Beverly Hills, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Singapore and London. “To see my interpretation of glamour and luxury unveiled in Tiffany’s windows is an amazing experience,” Zoe said. “Tiffany is one of the most iconic American brands, and I am honored by this wonderful opportunity.” Zoe designed five windows, each