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Fashion Brands

Branding Style from Armani to Zara

Explore the popularization of fashion and how marketers and branding experts have turned clothes and accessories into objects of desire with this insightful and practical guide to fashion branding.
EAN: 9780749464462
Edition: 3
Format: 235x158
240 pages

About the book

Once a luxury that only the elite could afford, fashion is now accessible to all. High street brands such as Zara, Topshop and H&M have put fashion within the reach of anyone, whilst massive media attention has turned designers such as Tom Ford, Alexander McQueen and Stella McCartney into brands in their own right. Fashion Brands takes you 'behind the seams', so to speak, exposing how the use of advertising, store design and the media has altered our fashion 'sense' and how a mere piece of clothing can be transformed into something with mystical allure.

Packed with first-hand interviews with fashion brand gurus and industry insiders, this fully updated 3rd edition of the international bestselling Fashion Brands has its finger on the fashion pulse more firmly than ever. It now includes more on celebrity fashion brands and the rise of the 'It' girls and their influence to further analyze every aspect of fashion from a marketing perspective.

About the authors

Mark Tungate

Mark Tungate is a British journalist based in Paris. He is the author of several books about branding and marketing, including The Escape Industry, Fashion Brands and Adland. His articles have appeared in publications ranging from Campaign and Advertising Age to the Financial Times and The Daily Telegraph. He is a regular contributor to the ad industry intelligence site AdForum. Alongside his writing, Mark Tungate is editorial director of the Epica Awards, an annual competition in which journalists who are specialists in their field celebrate excellence in design, advertising, PR and branded content. He has lectured on advertising and branding at universities and conferences around the world.

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