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Why are LOGO and Isaac Mizrahi on so much lately? One day it’s LOGO and the next it’s Isaac, and then some days it’s both. But for sure it’s one or the other every day.

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Sounds like a question for TPTB (The Powers That Be).

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Logo is not on nearly enough!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Evidently, that's what sells.

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Who are these celebrities that Lori Goldstein is styling?

 

 

 

 

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I didn't know either but found this-

very impressive-

STYLE Lori Goldstein on Style, Celebrities and Why Less (Clothes) Really Can Be More (Q&A)

 

 
The legendary fashion stylist, whose work with Demi Moore, Michael Jackson and photographer Annie Leibovitz has produced some of the most iconic images ever to grace the newsstand, shares the stories behind them in her book, "Style Is Instinct." As she recalls, "Ultimately, the clothes do come off."

When it comes to the world of fashion, legendary stylist Lori Goldstein knows a thing or two about making her models look stunning in photos. She did, after all, style the famous 1991 Vanity Fair cover featuring a completely nude and very pregnant Demi Moore. In 2009, Goldstein entered the design world and launched her own clothing line, LOGO, for QVC. Now -- having worked for 35 years in the fashion industry -- the superstar stylist has released Style Is Instinct, her new book featuring the groundbreaking and iconic images from the course of her impressive career. To promote her book, Goldstein chatted with Pret-a-Reporter while in Los Angeles to share the stories behind it all.

PHOTOS: George Hurrell's Vintage Glamour Portraits of Hollywood's Biggest Stars

 

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@LikeToKnow Are you asking a rhetorical question, or are you "for real"?

 

Shopping Channels are in business to make money by showing and selling product that has a track record of viewer purchases.  They program their day with that in mind.  Shoppers can change the equation by not watching and not making purchases.  When popularity of a product declines, it'll go away.

 

It's really as simple as that.

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@cats01 wrote:

@LikeToKnow Are you asking a rhetorical question, or are you "for real"?

 

Shopping Channels are in business to make money by showing and selling product that has a track record of viewer purchases.  They program their day with that in mind.  Shoppers can change the equation by not watching and not making purchases.  When popularity of a product declines, it'll go away.

 

It's really as simple as that.


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That might make sense with companies run by Execs that know their stuff....but not QVC.....How many financial reports have indicated quarter after quarter after quarter that jewelry sales keep declining, but they still show jewelry and most is not affordable and they want you to finance with their QCard with an exorbitant interest rate and people just arent buying...And overall QVC sales for last couple quarters have been in decline too....so what they are doing doesnt appear to be working...People ARE watching and buying less....

 

Same with beauty products the last couple of quarters.....I think that some customers have reached saturation points, and sales declined...QVC even sent out a survey asking about Philosophy...

 

QVC and their products dont appeal to milleniuals so they need to be smarter on what their current customer bases want, like and need ...But QVC doesnt seem to "get it" and wont give they keep devoting blocks and weeks of time for the same repetitive products/lines that dont seem to be selling.....  Apparel also had a decline but no specific brands were mentioned....And they added 2 more channels all showing the same things....What QVC does doesnt even seem to make sense...They have all these new shows and different hosts but their products are the same ole stuff....

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