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This is either the most ingenious viral marketing campaign ever devised ever, or a bout of really fortuitous timing. A couple in an English town called Taunton have found a jelly bean that looks so much like Kate Middleton, they think they can sell it on eBay for £500.
The dresses with the most votes in Derek Lam‘s crowd-curated diffusion collection for eBay are going to production. And as we predicted back in [month], other than their novelty for being part of the first group of designer clothes the Internet has voted into salability, the clothes are a touch boring.
Derek Lam‘s first collection for eBay will be the first diffusion line that asks shoppers to select which designs will actually make it to the point of sale.
Benz recently sat down with Stephen Watson, a regular contributor to The Inside Source to talk about his collections, the latest Resort lineup and how eBay served as his own personal decorating service during his move to a historic brownstone in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood.
For two decades, Sid Mashburn influenced design at some of the country’s most successful American labels, including J Crew, Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger and Lands’ End. In 2007, he left New York to start an eponymous boutique in Atlanta. “I had roots in the South,” says Mashburn, a Mississippi native, “and Atlanta felt very much like I was coming home.” Since then, the rigorously edited one-stop-shop and haberdashery has become a mecca for the East Coast’s best dressed gents.
When eBay cleaned up its fashion offering — in presentation, anyway — we became a little more willing to shop there. Because now the site’s clothing, shoes and accessories are a lot easier to navigate, so it only takes a few clicks to find what you really want.
Earlier today, eBay launched their newly created Fashion micro-site, an improved way for eBay fashionistas to shop and scour the eBay marketplace for clothing, shoes and accessories.
It’s easy to think something is legitimate when it uses a high-end brand’s name, logo, and shows high up on in a Google search. LVMH is in the process of fighting the good fight against ads for counterfeit merchandise — most notably on Google’s UK search engine, which controls an estimated 80% of the search market throughout Europe.
Q: I don’t live in LA or New York and good/affordable vintage is hard to come buy, any suggestions on where to buy online?
A: Yes! The internet is a virtual treasure trove of cheap vintage goods, you just have to know the right spots.