Living Entrepreneurship Blog / Tag: Fashion

Tiffany Tapia

Arts & Business are Not an Unnatural Pair

Posting on behalf of Maria Blanco, Freshman at Babson College. Maria Blanco is one of the five 2017 Sorenson Scholars.  As a rite of passage for all first-year students, my FME experience began as soon as I set foot on campus. I was instantly bombarded with nostalgic stories from upperclassman and the anticipation of those destined…

Antonette Ho

Reinventing Retail and Fashion

Join the Blank Center on Wednesday, May 3 for a Fireside Chat with two amazing fashion entrepreneurs: Seymour Holtzman and Peter Stratton ’94 of the DXL Group! We’ll be serving lunch at 11:30am in the Blank Center, session starts at 12pm (moderated by Dr. Caroline Daniels, Senior Lecturer of Entrepreneurship and leader of Babson’s Fashion…

Antonette Ho

Future of Fashion

The following post is from Sara Wu ’17, a Butler Venture Accelerator team member. As part of Babson’s Global Entrepreneurship Week, the Fashion Entrepreneurial Initiative hosted a panel: The Future of Fashion. The panelists included Jay Adams, Co-Founder and CEO of BRASS, Dan Marques, Director of Online Marketing at Talbots, Aman Advani, CEO of Ministry…

Antonette Ho

Babson Celebrates Global Entrepreneurship Week

Tomorrow marks the start of Babson’s 2016 Global Entrepreneurship Week! From November 10-17, Babson will be hosting a series of events and activities celebrating innovation, entrepreneurship, and creativity during GEW. Celebrated in 160 countries, GEW brings together aspiring and inspiring entrepreneurs, helping them embrace originality, imagination, and ingenuity through local, national, and global activities. Here…

Abby

“Back to the Basics”

Nancy Yang: A little more than a week ago, LFA held a fashion show called “Back to the Basics”. The show featured different fashion styles from several decades ranging from the 1920’s to the modern 2000’s. Another important aspect of the show, which combined Babson with Fashion, was  the student entrepreneurs and their featured products, such as Ranee Cheung and her tights. Afterwards we even had yummy…

Abby

What Getting Dressed Teaches You About Business

MK Byrne ’13: Fashion in business often has two options: business formal or business casual. But Babson students have found more ways to see fashion through the lens of a business education. The Luxury and Fashion Association (LFA) brings together people who are interested in fashion or working towards careers in the fashion industry. The club now…