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Live Events Are Back. How Big Should Brands Go? | BoF Professional, News & Analysis

Soo Youn Lee, a Los Angeles-based creator and model, was among the 165 influencers invited to Revolve Farmer’s Market, a three-day event held at the end of March in Los Angeles. The online fashion retailer’s first major in-person brand event since the pandemic began a year ago, the outdoor market with 15 booths featured 50 Revolve-approved brands, including private labels like Lovers & Friends and LPA, with a focus on Black and women-owned labels. Each stall — plus 75,000 flowers Revolve had planted for the activation — was designed to be a perfect Instagram backdrop.

“Obviously the last year has been all Instagram Live, and we saw great success with that, but it just doesn’t have the exact same kind of brand reach as we did with our [live] events that we obviously have become known for,” said Revolve chief brand officer Raissa Gerona.

#RevolveInBloom, the activation’s hashtag, generated more

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18 brands and designers you didn’t know are on QVC

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Although QVC has been around for decades, this legendary home shopping network might not be the first place you think of when you want to buy a swanky new blender or a Nintendo Switch with all the best games to go with it.

But, truth be told, the QVC website is actually a treasure trove for items from celebrated brands like Barefoot Dreams, Apple, and others. Not only that, but you can usually get great bundle deals, which may include extra chargers, cases, and other awesome accessories that you wouldn’t get anywhere else for the same value.

So, whether you’re looking for fun new ways to up your shoe game this spring or you’re finally ready to invest in a pair of Bose wireless headphones, QVC could be

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39 of the Coolest French Fashion Brands Everyone Should Know

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What it’s like to have a baby after miscarriage

On hearing the news that Meghan Markle is pregnant again, having suffered a miscarriage after the birth of her first child, my heart broke a little. While the news may seem joyous to most, I know only too well the heartache that can strike as you live through your third pregnancy, but as a mother of one. In July, Meghan miscarried her second child – my son Henry was 14 months old, exactly the same age as baby Archie was then, when I endured the same. Seeing those positive lines on a pregnancy test again, as I did four months after my miscarriage in 2014, fear presided over excitement. I smiled as I received congratulations while inside, my stomach churned as I prayed that this one would survive. I was consumed by worry and anxiety, which would bubble away

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