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“The Carousel allows Bloomingdale’s to regularly offer up new product, new brands and an original immersive experience, all tied to a timely and engaging theme.”
10 Corso Como is a “virtual 3D magazine” with a curated mix of cultural mediums in a single place.
“When I started and would go to market, vendors simply could not understand that I was solely (and successfully!) selling on a Facebook page and didn’t have a brick and mortar.”
“Come get zapped, bring your friends — it’s the ultimate friendship bracelet.”
“It’s not just about selling clothing, it’s about selling the right pieces to each customer.”
“Over the last seven years, we have re-envisioned the experience of buying and selling luxury goods.”
“We follow a lot of our customers on social media! They feel special when you know what’s up in their world. “
“The biggest change, I feel, is how quickly the trends are changing.”
“We see a huge opportunity to spearhead the customization movement by aggregating a ‘consortium’ of bespoke brands.”
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“Social media is key nowadays to bridge the gap between customer and company.”
“If you can build the entire outfit, that’s the goal.”
Phoebe Robinson: “I go way back with Nordstrom because I got my prom dress there in high school.”
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