COMMENT: Fashion consumers demand entertainment
By just-style.com | 23 November 2010
There has been a seismic shift in the way people shop for fashion over the last few years. And as technology continues to innovate, brands need to keep pace with trends in marketing in the same way they do hemlines, writes Giles Fitzgerald, from entertainment marketing agency FRUKT.
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