Erin Tao is the head of merchandising at BarkBox (a subscription service for dog accessories), and this week’s Changemaker in our client, Ann Taylor’s Summer Changemaker series.
We’re constantly astounded by the great work our employees do, not just in our office, but in their down time, too! For instance, our very own Daniel’s blog The Printed Internet was featured on Mashable last week. Read more about it here.
Fashion and Technology are two of our favorite things here at Small Girls. A few weeks ago our Co-Founder, Bianca, had the chance to join some of the greatest fashion, retail media and technology pros at Fashion Tech Forum’s one day conference in New York.
Follow GE on SnapChat to watch Buzz Aldrin model the very first pair & check out coverage on FASHIONISTA. As they say, it’s, “One giant leap for wannabe astronauts”.
Need to get through that 2pm slump? Here’s our jamming playlist that is bound to pump you up and help you power through the rest of the day.
- Blood - The Middle East
- Coastin’ (feat. K. Flay) - Zion I
- Rather Be (feat. Jess Glynne) - Clean Bandit
- Don’t - Ed Sheeran
- Wasted (feat. Matthew Koma) - Tiësto
- Rude - Magic!
- Pools - Glass Animals
Anyone see the front page of the New York Post today? “Boro-by-boro guide to the men of NYC”? Yep, that’s our client, Lulu.
If you’re just tuning in, Lulu is a private network for girls to share their experiences and make smarter decisions - starting with relationships.
The article describes how Lulu works and is accompanied by a revamped version of the hashtag heat map we posted about last week.
Check it out!
“I got my big break in 1959 to inspire girls to dream big. Since then I’ve had 150+ careers, but my true calling remains – encourage generations of girls to place no limitations on their ambitions.”
Erica Lavelanet, a wardrobe stylist and blogger behind The Fashion Philosophy, appears as the next changemaker in our client, Ann Taylor’s Summer Changemaker series. From working on editorial shoots, to indie films, to music videos, Erica shares her tips on traveling with style and what the role of a being a Changemaker means in her eyes.
"To me, a Changemaker, is someone who isn’t afraid to go against the grain, to challenge themselves for a greater good, Who has a vision so big that they dedicate their entire lives to it despite whether or not it ‘makes sense’ to others. Passion! Fury! Soul! Not the ones who imitate art, but those who authentically make it."
NBC’s Today Tech featured our client, Lulu, the private network where millions of women share and search reviews to get information and make smarter decisions about dating. Now, men can now get feedback on their reviews through the new guy’s experience. Writer, Keith Wagstaff tried out the new experience, and also explored how quantifying one another is something people have done since the dawn of time, not just since it’s been made easier through the Internet. Give the piece a read here.