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Paul Wilmot Communications Is Hiring A Senior Freelance Publicist, Fashion and Accessories In New York, NY

Paul Wilmot Communications is looking for an ambitious and enthusiastic Senior Freelance Publicist to join its thriving Fashion team, which works with both men’s and women’s fashion and accessories brands.

Paul Wilmot Communications is looking for an ambitious and enthusiastic Senior Freelance Publicist to join its thriving Fashion team, which works with both men’s and women’s fashion and accessories brands. The ideal candidate will support the senior staff on brand launches, on-going product placement, executive profiles, press previews, large scale events and managing junior staff.

Paul Wilmot Communications was established in 1997 in New York City. Over the course of the last 20 years, the agency has produced a significant public relations track record drawing from the highest profile fashion houses, prestige beauty brands, global consumer brands, retailers, and luxury lifestyle clientele. By cross-promoting within our divisions, PWC offers our clients access to new markets, thought leadership and increased

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Fashion Market Size 2020 Global Industry Share, Growth, Trend, Demand, Top Players, Opportunities and Forecast to 2027

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Jan 27, 2021 (Market Insight Reports) —
Selbyville, Delaware, According to the research report titled ‘Global Fashion Market Size study, by Products (Footwear, Headwear, Clothing, Jewelry and Accessories, Bags, Others) by Application and Regional Forecasts 2020-2027’, available with Market Study Report LLC, global fashion market was remunerated at USD 300 billion in 2019 and is expected to grow with a CAGR of 4.2% during 2020-2027.

Global fashion market is primarily driven by factors such as robust sales channel such as e-commerce and retail stores, along with rapid urbanization in developing and developed economies leading to upsurge in demand for fashion goods, specifically apparels. According to Statista, in 2019, the US apparel market amassed USD 368 billion, comprising of e-commerce sales of USD 100 billion and retail sales of USD 268 billion, which is an overall surge from

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InspirationWear Announces Free VIP Program for Influencers to Create Custom Line of InspirationWear-style Clothing and Accessories

New VIP profit-sharing program grants influencers with one million or more followers access to create a self-branded private collection of InspirationWear for fans.

InspirationWear Announces Free VIP Program for Influencers to Create Custom Line of InspirationWear-style Clothing and Accessories

New York, NY, January 28, 2021 –(PR.com)– Social media influencers and other public figures can now create their very own line of InspirationWear-style clothing and accessories thanks to a new Private Collection Partnership (PCP) program announced today by the company. InspirationWear, a New York-based fashion brand whose unique designs reflect a love of typography and design, describes the PCP as profit-sharing program wherein social media influencers with one million or more followers can partner with InspirationWear to create a clothing and accessories collection featuring their own brand name or catch phrase, without any cost to them.

“The announcement of the Private Collection Partnership program is very exciting for us and is just the beginning of the unique strategy that we have devised to grow the InspirationWear brand

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Lack of diversity in SA Fashion Week judging panel



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Almost 27 years of democracy, we still have prominent brands that haven’t transformed to reflect SA as a nation.

And this is indicative in last week’s announcement of the judging panel for the 2021 SA Fashion Week (SAFW) New Talent Search.

On January 27, SAFW announced that they are proud of the judging panellists for the 2021 SAFW New Talent Search. Unfortunately, like many South Africans, we are not impressed.

Judging the 2021 SAFW New Talent Search are David West, Head of Design at Superbalist; Sahil Harilal, Sunday Times Fashion Editor and Sarah Proudfoot, who is the Truworths Womenswear Buying

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