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⇘ Download Format Kindle ぁ The Glitter Plan: How We Started Juicy Couture for $200 and Turned It into a Global Brand For Free ⦭ By Pamela Skaist Levy ⨨ ⇘ Download Format Kindle ぁ The Glitter Plan: How We Started Juicy Couture for $200 and Turned It into a Global Brand For Free ⦭ By Pamela Skaist Levy ⨨ The thing thats great about a small, entrepreneurial work environment is that the people working with you become like a family.It was a fun, crazy place In the office, our favorite toy was the intercom system We sang over the loudspeaker, we talked over the loudspeaker, we told jokes and did funny voices Everyone felt the excitement of the brand momentum When you walked into Juicy Couture, you had to pass by our office The door was never closed, and we listened to our employees As an entrepreneur, you have to be open to suggestions It took all of us to take the brand to the next level Everyone brought something to the party that was part of who we were and what we became When companies get bigger, everybody just wants to stay in their lane and not make wavesWe wanted to hear what everyone was feeling about the fit, feel, and overall vibe of the collection because the women who worked with us were the women we wanted to dress We all tried everything onthat was our culture And we knew we had a hit when everyone in the office became obsessed with a product, from the funkiest girl to the most conservative girl We werent divas or megalomaniacs Ideas got thrown into the pot, and sometimes they stuck We wanted the Warhol Factory, or maybe we should call it the Glitter Factoryan amazing, creative place where not only could our company grow, but our employees could thrive, too.We were selling tops and jeans But Juicy Couture needed , , , if it was going to become a fullfledged lifestyle brand Shaller kept telling us to design knit pants to go with the tops, fill out the line, and grow the business, because knit pants would be a natural progression from our origins in the knit top business It was the right instinct, because even when you introduce new products, you still have to be true to that first thing thats you For Ralph Lauren, its the polo shirt For us, it was the T shirt But knit pants They didnt seem like something we would wear like something our grannies would wear We couldnt get past the idea that they would be clingy and unflattering, and we were superconcerned about well, lets just say it rhymes with mammal show.But the idea of pants that matched the Juicy colors of our shirts was something that resonated with us We had long conversations about how we wanted to design a modern day uniform of coordinating pieces that women could throw on to create a monochromatic look and instantly feel put together One of the alternate names for our company, if you remember, was Uniform We wanted a no brainer, Garanimals wardrobe experiencea chic Garanimals wardrobe experience If you dont know, Garanimals is a line of childrens clothing launched in 1972 on the idea of easy to match separates Each item features an anthropomorphic character on the hangtag, so children can easily dress themselves by choosing matching items with matching hangtags We wanted to create a similar thing, only for adults, fashionable, luxurious, and minus the hippo on hippo action 94 We also figured that a coordinating world would be easily shoppable We loved the idea that if you went into the store and picked out this pair of baby blue pants, boom, you had a baby blue T shirt and cashmere sweater that matched it We wanted to take the mystery out of putting together an outfit and be the stylists to the world And although we didnt know what it was called per se, that skill was merchandising.We looked back to the brands we lived in when we were growing up in the 1960s and 1970s, for ideas about everything from color and fit to trim and packaging One brand was Dittos, which made Farrah Fawcetts favorite, high waist jeans in dozens of bright colors, with saddle back yokes to flatter the butt Landlubber jeans were hip huggers with the perfect flared leg, and MacKeen jeans came with a collectable metal keychain attached, which girls used to wear like charms hanging off their purses Another influence was LA designer Nancy Heller, who started her company in 1973 with buttery soft, French made T shirts and later expanded into casual, colorful separates Then there was New Hero, another amazing LA brand, founded in 1974, that made 100 percent cotton drawstring pants and matching tops with three quarter length sleeves and two strings at the neck that never tied Those New Hero sets, which were as comfortable as pajamas, came in tons of colors, too.In early 2000, we started playing with two different design concepts One concept was a line of hip hugging, Dittos like twill pants in bright colors that matched our T shirts And we really believed it was the one that was going to take us to the next level But just in case, we had another concepta line of terry cloth tops and bottoms We thought terry cloth was the most amazing 1970s fabric, and Gela had found the mother lode of terry cloth inspiration while she was shopping like a maniac on that first trip to Japan It was the T shirt that changed history, as it turned out.Reprinted by arrangement with GOTHAM BOOKS, a member of Penguin Group USA LLC, A Penguin Random House Company Copyright PAMELA SKAIST LEVY, GELA NASH TAYLOR, and BOOTH MOORE, 2014.Part memoir and part business manual, The Glitter Planis inspiring, englightening and just plain fun Success Magazine A feel good American success story recounted with candor, heart and attitude Kirkus ReviewsPraise for Pam The common thread in everything they do is their brand of individuality Harper s Bazaar praise for THE GLITTER PLAN Gary Glitter Wikipedia Paul Francis Gadd born May , known by the stage name Gary Glitter, is an English former glam rock singer who achieved popular success in s and He was for his extreme image of glitter suits, make up 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    • The Glitter Plan: How We Started Juicy Couture for $200 and Turned It into a Global Brand
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    • Pamela Skaist Levy
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    • 08 June 2016

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