Posts Tagged ‘Luella’

When America was experiencing a booming economy, the idea of luxury translated to excessive procurement. Vera Wang available at Khol’s, Karl Lagerfeld designed for H&M, and Luella licensed for Target with little varience in highend branding. The very definition of fashion trickled down with such amazing speed that Zara’s business model became an intreguing research opportunity for Harvard Business school. It was almost as if the traditional bound laggards adapted before the innovators could create.  

Time of Adoption.

Process of Adopting New Fashion.

I wonder if tonight’s House rejection of the $700 billion dollar rescue plan (a Republican decision), will create a halt on bridge line retailing by securing a distinct separation of class consumerism.

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