Jimmy Choo co-founder Tamara Mellon is back with a new brand, a new business model, and, as of this week, a new memoir with a feminist bent. She talks to Lauren Sherman.
Lauren Sherman is a Brooklyn-based writer and editor. She began her career as a Forbes staff reporter covering luxury goods and fashion, and has since held executive positions at Fashionista.com and Lucky magazine. She is currently editor-at-large for Fashionista and a contributing editor for the Business of Fashion. Lauren has also written for The Wall Street Journal, Ad Age, Elle.com, Women’s Health and Style.com, among others.
Each member of this tightly knit group of fashionable twentysomethings has taken a nontraditional path to success—and they’re rising fast up the industry’s ranks. Lauren Sherman reports.
Terrapin Stationers, which now makes stationery that says things like ‘FUCK OFF’ and ‘Cool Story Bro,’ found a little self-degradation was just what the business needed.