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    Fashion Backstage: Speaking Fashion with Jeremy Lindberg of agent 011

    Februar 4th, 2016

    Interview blast from August 2010, New York City

    Jeremy Lindberg is the owner of agent 011 showroom in New York City. Headquartered in the middle of SoHo, Lindberg’s team retails fashion to department stores such as Saks, Bergdorf Goodman and Barneys. Founded in 2005 agent 011 is one of the most successful retailers in the field of fashion BtoB sales. The showroom carries brands like Ruthi Davis, Fenton & Fallon or S.W.O.R.D.

    Speak Fashion talks with Lindberg about the difference between trend and fashion, the future perspective of online sales and why the missing intellectual property in fashion doesn’t really matter.

    Speaking Fashion with Jeremy Lindberg of agent 011 from Speak Fashion on Vimeo.

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    Don’t have the time to see the entire interview? Just browse through. Below we emphasize the most remarkable quotes.“Imitation is a sincerious form of flattery.” [05:40]

    “The missing intellectual property in fashion doesn’t really matter because at the time the copies come out, a true designer has moved on.” [06:30]

    “There is a big difference between trend and fashion.” [07:23]

    “In comparison with the last years fashion is getting more and more tangible.” [09:05]

    “In a future perspective online flash sales will be both, a blessing and a curse.” [09:44]

    “Designers can absolutely be successful only retailing online.” [13:09]

    Catch up with agent 011
    agent 011 – NYC Headquaters42 Greene Street Loft #4 // New York, NY 10013

    P: 212.334.5802 // Email to Jeremy Lindberg

    W: www.agent011.com // View it on google maps.

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    2_agent 011 Showroom in speakfashion’s fashion dictionary
    3_Fashion Backstage: Interview w/Generation Love


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    Alan Bilzerian Retail

    August 3rd, 2015

    Alan Bilzerian, fashion retailer, founded 1967 by Alan Bilzerian in Worcester, USA. During the 1960’s, a time of change and liberation, Alan Bilzerian decided to provide New England with a fashion that matched the time. His first store “Body Shop” in Worcester offered hip designer clothing including printed corduroy and velvet shirts. Quickly he caught the attention of many artists and musicians, and became a household name amongst the fashion forward crowd. Bilzerian later opened a second boutique in Boston, where he sold some of the most modern European and Asian designers such as Issey Miyake, Giorgio Armani and Comme des Garcons next to his own collection of suits, shoes, knitwear and accessories for men and women. Alan Balzerian continues to be a go-to address for the most fashionable Boston population and visitors and has sold garments to many celebrities including Johnny Depp, Winona Ryder and Madonna.
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    Bill Hallman Retail

    August 3rd, 2015

    Bill Hallman, fashion retailer, founded 1990 by Bill Hallman in Atlanta. Hallman was a designer before he was a retailer, and sold his designs to various US-department stores. In 1990 he decided to open his own store that sold his designs in addition to vintage clothing and other high-end designs. The aim was to provide Atlanta shoppers with a selection of the newest and best apparel, accessories and shoes. Later “Inman Park” was added to the store, a department that offers customized shopping, with women choosing their dresses’ fabrics and men getting bespoke suits tailored.
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    Isetan

    August 3rd, 2015

    Isetan, Japanese department store chain, founded 1886 by Tanji Kosuge in Tokyo, Japan. Isetan has for centuries been the largest and most important department store in Japan. The store was created, by merging the two already famous department stores “Isetan” and “Mitsukoshi”. Isetan offers everything shoppers might look for: from high-end fashion, over food, to traditional Japanese items such as pottery, artwork and kimonos. The store is also known for having debuted many European designers on the Japanese fashion market. The group has been expanding with stores in Shanghai, Singapore, Hong Kong, London and Vienna, to list a few, and plans to further expand in the future.
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    MyTheresa.com

    März 30th, 2015

    MyTheresa.com, German online retailer, founded 2006 in Munich by Christoph and Suzanne Botschen. MyTheresa.com is part of the expansion of the multi-label retailer THERESA in Munich. After the brick and mortar store had been attracting more customers than they could handle, the company decided to offer their products on an online platform in order to cater to a higher number of customers and international clients. MyTheresa.com continues to be very successful, selling designer luxury clothing to customers in over 120 countries and the company has been bought by the retail group Neiman Marcus. The company was also known for its former trendsetting buying director Justin O’Shea who left the company in March 2016.
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    Fashion Backstage: Speaking Fashion with Jeremy Lindberg of agent 011

    August 18th, 2010

    Jeremy Lindberg is the owner of agent 011 showroom in New York City. Headquartered in the middle of SoHo, Lindberg’s team retails fashion to department stores such as Saks, Bergdorf Goodman and Barneys. Founded in 2005 agent 011 is one of the most successful retailers in the field of fashion BtoB sales. The showroom carries brands like Ruthi Davis, Fenton & Fallon or S.W.O.R.D.

    Speak Fashion talks with Lindberg about the difference between trend and fashion, the future perspective of online sales and why the missing intellectual property in fashion doesn’t really matter.

    Speaking Fashion with Jeremy Lindberg of agent 011 from Speak Fashion on Vimeo.

    Thumb through the Video
    Don’t have the time to see the entire interview? Just browse through. Below we emphasize the most remarkable quotes.

    “Imitation is a sincerious form of flattery.” [05:40]

    “The missing intellectual property in fashion doesn’t really matter because at the time the copies come out, a true designer has moved on.” [06:30]

    “There is a big difference between trend and fashion.” [07:23]

    “In comparison with the last years fashion is getting more and more tangible.” [09:05]

    “In a future perspective online flash sales will be both, a blessing and a curse.” [09:44]

    “Designers can absolutely be successful only retailing online.” [13:09]

    Catch up with agent 011
    agent 011 – NYC Headquater

    42 Greene Street Loft #4 // New York, NY 10013

    P: 212.334.5802 // Email to Jeremy Lindberg

    W: www.agent011.com // View it on google maps.

    Related Articles:
    1_Fashion Backstage: Interview w/shoe designer Ruthie Davis
    2_agent 011 Showroom in speakfashion’s fashion dictionary
    3_Fashion Backstage: Interview w/Generation Love


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