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Izzy Bizu Becomes Face of New Cacharel Fragrance

LIPSTICK POWER: British-Ethiopian singer-songwriter Izzy Bizu will front Cacharel’s next fragrance, Yes I am, due out on Jan. 22.
The 23-year-old’s debut album, “A Moment of Madness,” features her first hit, “White Tiger.” She’s toured with Coldplay and won numerous music awards.
“Synonymous with youth and liberty since 1978, Cacharel scents, like its fashion, have always expressed freedom of spirit,” the brand said in a statement. These include Anaïs Anaïs and Amor Amor.
Cacharel, whose fragrance license is held by L’Oréal, called Yes I Am its “first fragrance of independence.” Bizu was chosen to “embody the growing independence and power of the generation of young women who inspired the French house’s forthcoming scent,” said Cacharel.
Firmenich perfumers Honorine Blanc and Christope Raynaud created the eau de parfum, which features a cardamom note. It comes packaged in a lipstick-shaped bottle.

Cacharel’s Yes I Am
Christian Vigier

Bizu’s “White Tiger” accompanies the advertisement, which was lensed by another Millennial, Dexter Navy.

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Céline Dion Collection Tops $10 Million Sales, Eyes Asia Growth

HONG KONG–It’s not yet been a full year since singing legend Céline Dion launched her eponymous bag and accessories line, but after an initial launch in North America, the brand is mapping out ambitions to cultivate the Asian market.
Innee-Sedona International, the Asia partner for Bugatti Group which co-owns of the Celine Dion Collection, said with sales that have topped $10 million after just three collections, the company is now setting up an Asian distribution network in earnest.
“Celine, her fanbase is worldwide,” said Jennifer Chan, Bugatti Group managing director. “We can see in Hong Kong a lot of people know her and we were surprised. In China, a lot of people may not know her name but they know her songs as she was in the 2013 Spring Gala with Song Zuying.”
Dion took the stage for CCTV’s annual New Year Gala special, one of the most widely watched programs on Chinese television, singing in Mandarin.
Positioned slightly below Michael Kors and Coach, the collection is also expected to get some uplift in the region as the singer begins an international tour. Last week, she announced concerts across seven Asian cities starting in June.
“At the moment, she’s not going to mainland China but we’re trying

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Céline Dion Collection Tops $10 Million Sales, Eyes Asia Growth

HONG KONG–It’s not yet been a full year since singing legend Céline Dion launched her eponymous bag and accessories line, but after an initial launch in North America, the brand is mapping out ambitions to cultivate the Asian market.
Innee-Sedona International, the Asia partner for Bugatti Group which co-owns of the Celine Dion Collection, said with sales that have topped $10 million after just three collections, the company is now setting up an Asian distribution network in earnest.
“Celine, her fanbase is worldwide,” said Jennifer Chan, Bugatti Group managing director. “We can see in Hong Kong a lot of people know her and we were surprised. In China, a lot of people may not know her name but they know her songs as she was in the 2013 Spring Gala with Song Zuying.”
Dion took the stage for CCTV’s annual New Year Gala special, one of the most widely watched programs on Chinese television, singing in Mandarin.
Positioned slightly below Michael Kors and Coach, the collection is also expected to get some uplift in the region as the singer begins an international tour. Last week, she announced concerts across seven Asian cities starting in June.
“At the moment, she’s not going to mainland China but we’re trying

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British Label Aries Embraces Men With New Unisex Range for Mr Porter

ONE FOR THE BOYS: The British contemporary women’s wear label Aries has added a men’s wear component and will launch a unisex collection with Mr Porter on Jan. 18. The label, which launched in 2012 and is based in east London, delved into men’s wear after seeing a demand from its customers.
“Many of my male friends already wear Aries, and I think that the community has demanded more,” said creative director Sofia Prantera. “At the beginning, Aries was created as a unisex concept; however, it was hard to commercialize. My background is in designing men’s wear and my women’s wear has derived from that. With Aries the cuts are the same — it always fit men, we just didn’t advertise it.”
The men’s pieces take their cue from the label’s Nineties streetwear aesthetic: The 20-piece collection includes jackets, denim, logo T-shirts and shorts with a deconstructed Nineties vibe. There are also T-shirts that were taken apart then put back together.
Prantera also used classical and historical symbols and blended those designs with pop styles on shirts. The price range is 69 pounds for a T-shirt to 1,412 pounds for a sheepskin jacket. The collection will be available for purchase on the brand’s

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KCD Establishes Showroom 475 in New York Offering Diverse Services

AT YOUR SERVICE: KCD is ready to reveal Showroom 475, a 1,100-square-foot showcase for the agency’s collections, featuring a suite for designer presentations, VIP dressing and digital shoots. It’s located in the agency’s new headquarters at 475 Tenth Avenue, adjacent to the Hudson Yards development that is transforming the west Manhattan district.
As reported, KCD moved into a 17,000-square-foot space last month.
Showroom 475, which has a brand logo freestanding from the agency, offers a diverse range of services in the private showroom suite. They include pre-fall and resort collection appointments; accessory collection appointments; launch of capsule or special collections; designer meetings with informal modeling; influencer or spokesperson meetings, VIP and event dressing; beauty presentations; still and model photo-op area; casting, and digital and video capabilities.
The showroom site is available for rent by designers and brands in the U.S. or abroad who are in need of space for showroom media activities.
KCD media relations, event production and digital services divisions offer support packages to clients and non-clients for these activities.
Ed Filipowski, co-chairman of KCD, said, “We have always looked to find innovative ways to service the industry. With Showroom 475, we realized we could offer the space to show collections, which is something that

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Machine-A’s Stavros Karelis Collaborates With Copenhagen International Fashion Fair

KARELIS CURATES: Copenhagen International Fashion Fair has enlisted Stavros Karelis to curate the special projects area of the three-day Scandinavian showcase, which starts Jan. 31.
“I want the visitors to experience the process that goes into the creative aspect of a brand,” said Karelis of his approach to the space, which will be composed of workshops and collaborative areas. “Products that we mostly get to experience are the final result of a process — and I want to showcase the process, the beginning of an idea. This is what Machine-A stands for, and this is what I have tried to do throughout my career — to present people and brands with meaningful ideas who have successfully implemented these ideas.”
The Machine-A founder and buying director has tapped a number of brands for the special installations, items and projects for the showcase. The labels include MM6 Maison Margiela, which will work on a diorama, while Sami Janjer will work with Max Lamb on a “DIY Chair” with Virgil Abloh. Showcase attendees will have the opportunity to create their own chairs in the workshop.
Alyx will be showing images from the “New Happiness — Love Chaos” catalogue photographed by Nick Knight. Showstudio’s fashion illustration archive

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Demi Lovato Takes a Seat for Fabletics

Don’t tell Demi Lovato that sitting is the new smoking.
Multitasking may be a sport of sorts for the self-described singer-songwriter-actress-entrepreneur-philanthropist, but for her newest ad campaign for Fabletics, she decided to take a seat. Wearing coordinating leggings and a bra top with sneakers, Lovato is all smiles in one shot lounging in a leather chair taking a selfie. (The image would appear to be a wink at the “Selfie-Worthy Styles” on the Fabletics by Kate Hudson site.) In another of Lovato’s new ads, she appears in a neon cropped top and leggings, twirling her ponytail while semi-reclined on the floor surrounded by albums. Last season she took a more athletic approach, standing with both hands wrapped apparently ready for sparring.
Despite the Annal of Internal Medicine’s report that excessive sitting can run the risk of early death – regardless of how much you exercise — Fabletics is taking a more relaxed approach to branding this time around. But the five-year-old brand creates clothing to inspire shoppers to stay active — however they define that. JustFab Inc. co-chief executive officers Don Ressler and Adam Goldenberg launched Fabletics with Kate Hudson to offer stylish, high-quality gear at an accessible price point.
Earlier this week

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Demi Lovato Takes a Seat for Fabletics

Don’t tell Demi Lovato that sitting is the new smoking.
Multitasking may be a sport of sorts for the self-described singer-songwriter-actress-entrepreneur-philanthropist, but for her newest ad campaign for Fabletics, she decided to take a seat. Wearing coordinating leggings and a bra top with sneakers, Lovato is all smiles in one shot lounging in a leather chair taking a selfie. (The image would appear to be a wink at the “Selfie-Worthy Styles” on the Fabletics by Kate Hudson site.) In another of Lovato’s new ads, she appears in a neon cropped top and leggings, twirling her ponytail while semi-reclined on the floor surrounded by albums. Last season she took a more athletic approach, standing with both hands wrapped apparently ready for sparring.
Despite the Annal of Internal Medicine’s report that excessive sitting can run the risk of early death – regardless of how much you exercise — Fabletics is taking a more relaxed approach to branding this time around. But the five-year-old brand creates clothing to inspire shoppers to stay active — however they define that. JustFab Inc. co-chief executive officers Don Ressler and Adam Goldenberg launched Fabletics with Kate Hudson to offer stylish, high-quality gear at an accessible price point.
Earlier this week

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Yeohlee Teng and Lucy Jones Talk About Inclusive Design

Independent designers Yeohlee Teng and Lucy Jones shared their views on fashion during a Tuesday afternoon talk at the Museum of Modern Art.
Functional, seasonless design is the bedrock of what they do but each approaches it from a different perspective. During the discussion, MoMA curatorial assistant Michelle Fisher asked both designers how they approach the ideal body, which by fashion standards is an ultra thin one. Teng said, “There is no ideal body. I think we all have ideal bodies as far as I’m concerned. I really think about the body’s movement. For me, it is [a matter of] what are you going to do in whatever I am making and how many of those functions can you perform in one item?”
Jones shared her own trajectory, “When I was in Parsons, I was getting disheartened by fashion in general. I felt it was just such a conveyer belt, people were mean…I didn’t know if it fit my personality. I was close to leaving school at one point.”
Then faced with a change-the-world-with-design assignment from a professor, she reconsidered her place in fashion after a phone call with a younger relative with cerebral palsy. After learning that he has never been able to

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Takashi Murakami, Future and Miguel among Guests at Off-White

TEAM WORK: Among the familiar faces at Off-White’s show Wednesday morning was a surprise figure: Japanese artist Takashi Murakami. Could his appearance –complete with Nike Air Force 1 sneakers with mismatched laces that made him fit right into the crowd – be the sign of a coming collaboration? “Maybe not,” said Murakami. “My friend G-Dragon wears this brand, I like it a lot.”
Otherwise the artist has museum exhibitions coming up later in the year in Paris, London, Vancouver and Fort Worth, he said.
Speaking of sneakers, streetwear designer Jerry Lorenzo does have a tie-up in the works. “We have a Nike collaboration coming up for back to school,” he said. Designs will be inspired by Lorenzo’s childhood on the West Coast, he revealed.
Sitting with other front-row guests including Future and Don Crawley, Miguel also had fashion in mind. “I’m doing a small collaboration with a brand called Rhude from Los Angeles, the creative director’s a good friend of mine,” said the artist, who will start touring in the U.S. next month following the release of his latest album in December.
The collaborative spirit of Off-White is what appeals to him about the label. “That’s absolutely why I’m here; Virgil is very warm,

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Paris Insider Addresses: Gauthier Borsarello

Gauthier Borsarello, men’s wear fashion consultant and style director of Holiday Boileau
When it comes to dressing, Gauthier Borsarello sees himself as a back-to-basics traditionalist. The designer is working on launching a new brand with a heritage French factory near Angers that stopped producing its own label in the Seventies and is looking to relaunch it.
What makes his heart beat are the old-school addresses specializing in one product, like Swann & Oscar for shirts, or L’Aiglon for belts. “You can go there and choose your colors and patterns, and it’s made in France,” he said.
A lot of the city’s classic institutions like Arnys or Old England have disappeared, he lamented.
But there are still “some gems” that could do with promoting in order to keep them alive, like Berteil, an old house dealing in classic Parisian style (think: a pair of brightly colored corduroys, a flannel jacket or blazer and button-down shirt), said Borsarello for whom the future of men’s wear lies in “a return to the traditional way of making clothes and mixing it in a modern way.” He sees French style as “the art of mixing Italian, American and British style, and Arnys were the best at it.”
He can spend hours at Anatomica,

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Paris Insider Addresses: Adrian Moore

Paris Insider Addresses: Palace concierge and author Adrian Moore
“The Paris food scene, post-‘bistronomy’ (that word makes me cringe), seems to be particularly vibrant and diverse at the moment, with lots of tiny tables that defy definition and shine with unique personalities,” said Adrian Moore, author of Taschen’s “Inside Chefs’ Fridges.”
One of the restaurant lover’s new hotspots is Mr. T, a pocket-sized Upper Marais eatery founded by Guillaume Guedj, “the discreet and very bright owner of two Michelin star-rated Passage 53,” with Enguerrand Cantegrel and chef Tsuyoshi Miyazaki, respectively, the former head waiter and number-two chef at Passage 53.

Mr. T’s Tsuyoshi Miyazaki.
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“Guillaume travels widely, has an open mind and eats out in lots of exceptional restaurants around the world. Mr. T (a tongue-in-cheek nod not to the A-Team, but to Miyazaki’s nickname) fills a void in the Paris foodie-verse: a cool bolt-hole where you can also eat well and have a good time,” said Moore.
Manning the stove, Miyazaki serves up dishes meant to be shared (think sea bass ceviche and chili pepper jelly, baby squid “tacos” and foie gras “Oreos”) accompanied by excellent mescal and bourbon-based cocktails.
The wine list leans toward biodynamic “and they have a ‘secret’ cellar of stellar bottles

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Paris Insider Addresses: Colin Field

Paris Insider Addresses: Colin Field, head bartender at the Ritz’s Bar Hemingway
“I like a bar which is quiet because the Bar Hemingway is constantly roaring with people, and I love a bar where you can sit down and just talk to the bartender,” said Colin Field, who shared his black book of addresses for when he has a rare night off. Though Field also appreciates a night in.
“The best bar in Paris is the bar in my home,” quipped Field. “I go there quite often, the dry martinis and the Manhattans on ice are well served, straight from the bottle, no silly measurers, good ice and the cigars are excellent, too.”
For hotel bars, he is particularly fond of the Maison Souquet and its interior, which is “rather like a maison close from the 19th century.”

Maison Souquet
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“There are never a lot of people there,” said Field. “The bar is very well equipped and the cocktails are excellent. The bartenders are usually from hotel schools, which is a definite plus. I love this hotel with its little rooms that remind me somewhat of a famous hotel called L’Hôtel on the Rue des Beaux-Arts.”
One of his favorite bars is Moonshiner on Rue Sedaine in

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Paris Insider Addresses: Christophe Robin

Christophe Robin, celebrity hairstylist and chief of his salon and styling line
For facials, Christophe Robin heads over to Joëlle Ciocco. “The products are truly amazing,” he said. “She produces her own products in her own lab – no preservatives. And what I love about them is that they [have] pure active ingredients. It really goes deep inside the skin.
“It’s true I am trying to smoke less, but I’m smoking. I’m in the pollution on my bicycle and all of that,” said Robin, explaining he’s a particularly big fan of Ciocco’s Skin Defensive treatment, which is applied prior to a day cream.
“I’m 46 years old, and everybody always said I have great skin, and it’s because I’ve used her products for 20 years,” he continued.

Inside Joëlle Ciocco’s institute
Courtesy Photo

For a manicure Robin doesn’t stray far from home. “It’s going to sound snobbish, but we have the best manicurist,” he said, of his salon. “I believe she’s like haute couture. She takes an hour and 15 minutes, even for a man with no nail polish. Her name is Alexandra, and there’s a queue for her all the time. She’s got a way of really moisturizing your hands.”

Christophe Robin’s salon
Fabienne Carreira

Then, when it

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Alex Pettyfer to Front Diesel’s Only The Brave Scent

BRAVE FACE: Alex Pettyfer is to front Diesel’s signature Only The Brave fragrance in a new campaign due out shortly.
The actor’s breakout silver screen role was in “Stormbreaker,” then he played starring parts in films such as “I Am Number Four,” “Endless Love,” “Magic Mike” and “The Strange Ones.” Next up, the 27-year-old will feature in and direct the movie “Back Roads.”
“The Only The Brave hero is a charismatic leader, who confidentially moves forward in life with strong determination and will,” said Guillaume de Lesquen, international general manager, designer brands fragrances, at L’Oréal, which holds the Diesel perfume license, in a statement.
In the scent’s campaign, “Pettyfer will lead and unite a global squadron of young and influential braves,” the statement said.
Pettyfer succeeds Liam Hemsworth in the role for Diesel.

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Abercrombie Offers Unisex Collection for Kids

Abercrombie Kids has unveiled its first unisex collection for spring.
The gender-neutral line is called Everybody Collection, and is now available both in stores and online. The line, which features 25 styles, is comprised of tops, bottoms and accessories influenced by skate and streetwear cultures. The product is carried in a single size system — 5/6 up to 15/16 — for both boys and girls. Graphic Ts are $19.95, while hoodies average $39.95. A bomber jacket is $69.95, while accessories such as slide sandals are $24.95.
A division of Abercrombie & Fitch Co., the kids line routinely conducts customer focus groups. Through its engagement with consumers, the division seeks to provide product that meets customers’ needs. Abercrombie said that through these interactions, the merchandising team gained insight that “many customers, when shopping across genders, do not necessarily want to be restricted to certain styles and colors.”
Stacia Andersen, brand president of Abercrombie & Fitch and Abercrombie Kids, said, “Parents and their kids don’t want to be confined to specific colors and styles, depending on whether shopping for a boy or a girl. Our Everybody Collection is one assortment, in one size run, that covers the trends we are seeing in both color and style.”
Andersen

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Loewe to Dabble in Book Publishing

Designer brands continue to tiptoe into new media. To wit: Loewe is trying its hand at book publishing.
Later on this year, the Spanish fashion house will publish a series of classic novels that will feature repurposed Steven Meisel photographs on the sleeve.
Its fall men’s campaign, which was shot by Meisel, hints at the newest initiative. It features Josh O’Connor, the British actor who was named the face of Loewe men’s, reading the book “Madame Bovary” and the sleeve showcases an image of Amber Valletta that Meisel shot for U.S. Vogue in 2006. Loewe creative director Jonathan Anderson has been touting O’Connor’s movie, “God’s Own Country,” on his Instagram account. The rising talent received the Best Actor trophy at last month’s British Independent Film Awards.
Much like previous seasons, the campaign will be released before the presentation in Paris, which takes place on Jan. 18. It will show up on 5,000 posters that will be plastered around Paris over the next 12 days, and will be released globally via digital platforms at the same time.

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IMG Models Signs Christian Combs, Son of Diddy

FAMILY TIES: IMG Models has signed Christian Combs, hip-hop artist and son of Sean “Diddy” Combs and model Kim Porter, for worldwide representation.
The 19-year-old Christian Combs has gained global recognition by performing under the stage name “King Combs” and through his CYN leadership role, where he oversees a close circle of young men who present the new sound and generation of rappers.
In 2016, Combs signed with the independent label, Bad Boy Entertainment, and in 2017 performed at a number of major music events including Complex Con, alongside DJ Khaled, Spotify’s Dipset Reunion, Revolt’s Music conference and Rolling Loud music festival in California. Also in 2017, Combs released his latest single, “Feeling Savage,” featuring 15-year-old Smooky MarGielaa, A$AP Mob’s protégé. This year, Combs will release his first official album.

Sean “Diddy” Combs’ son, Christian Combs, wearing a look from the Bad Boy heritage collection.

Last year, the Los Angeles resident walked in his first runway shows, participating in a number of shows for top luxury brands such as Dolce & Gabbana and Sera, and he became the official face of D&G’s spring 2018 ad campaign, which will be released later this month. Combs opened Dolce & Gabbana’s show Saturday in Milan during men’s

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Trove Founders Mary Orton and Rich Scudellari Win Hilldun Business Innovation Award

WHY WAIT: The Fashion Group International’s Rising Star awards is still a few weeks away, but this year’s winner of the Hilldun Business Innovation Award will be Trove’s Mary Orton and Rich Scudellari.
A few years back while working on Wall Street at Deutsche Bank, Orton started the style blog Memorandum for professional women much like herself in need of where-to-work options. After switching coasts for San Francisco, she built up her Instagram followers and focused full-time to style blogging.
With the help of her husband Scudellari, she created a style blog aggregator that pulls in outfit posts from top bloggers and lets users save favorite pieces, or click to buy them. The way she saw it, fashion bloggers were creating all this professional content, but there wasn’t an ideal platform for them in terms of discovery. The affiliate link remains the same, so the relationship between the recommending blogger and the merchant stays intact. Trove helps bloggers monetize through affiliate links, gain new followers and get insight into which content resonates. Users can save items to a digital “closet,” and Trove provides corresponding analytics into elements such as how many users clicked through the images and the number of people who

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Fashion Scout Unveils Winners for The Ones to Watch Award

NEW FACES: Fashion Scout, an international showcase that aids emerging talent, has unveiled winners of The Ones to Watch award for London Fashion Week fall 2018. They are Maddie Williams, Zhi Chen’s I Am Chen, Susan Fang and Kristel Kuslapuu.
“We are excited to have expanded the award across the catwalk and presentation studio to fit with our winner’s creative views,” said Fashion Scout founder and director Martyn Roberts. “We have a bold and colorful eclectic mix of designers from diverse cultures.”
Launched in 2006, Fashion Scout has worked with, and supported designers including Iris Van Herpen, Peter Pilotto, Eudon Choi and David Koma with dedicated showcases meant to attract press and buyers.
Fashion Scout will mount its Ones to Watch Catwalk show during London Fashion Week on Feb. 17 at 1 p.m. in The Vestibule Catwalk.
The Ones to Watch Presentation will take place on Feb. 18 from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the Presentation Studio, Freemasons’ Hall.
Williams, Chen and Fang will take part in a collective showcase in the Vestibule Catwalk Hall, while Kuslapuu will present her range within the Fashion Scout Presentation studio.
A graduate of Edinburgh College of Art, the British eco-designer Maddie Williams won the Catwalk Textiles Award and the

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Sharing Economy, Corporate Transparency, AR and Genonomics to Impact 2018 Consumer Trends

Conscientious consumers can express themselves in varying degrees, according to Euromonitor’s Top 10 Global Consumer Trends for 2018.
With shoppers of all ages wanting and needing less, “ownership is under question,” and flexible, minimalist living is gaining ground as consumers share everything from clothing, cars, bicycles, household items, pets and living spaces, according to Alison Angus, head of lifestyles research.
As more balk at corporate 9-5 jobs in favor of entrepreneurial on-the-road lives, “distrust in business continues to escalate,” according to Angus. Last year’s Euromonitor International Global Consumer Trends survey showed that nearly 50 percent of respondents across all generations aspire to being self-employed. Talking about sustainability and social responsibility is no longer enough, and in 2018 consumers will seek more radical transparency from brands.” Angus wrote. BlackRock’s chief executive officer Larry Fink is in synch with the ideology, having challenged leading chief executive officer’s Tuesday to serve a social purpose beyond just making money.
As evidenced by the #MeToo initiative, hashtag activism is expected to gain momentum globally for an assortment of causes. “Overall, 2018 will see consumers continuing to question their values, priorities and purchasing decisions; deepening their engagement in the brands and issues that matter to them.” Angus wrote. “The desire

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