Zappos and André Leon Talley might seem like an entirely bizarre pairing: what would a former editor for Vogue be doing producing content for an Amazon.com-owned company best known for their self-proclaimed amazing customer service and free shipping? Making everyone a lot of money.
Praise the goddess above: it's Jennifer Lawrence talk show season, and she's saying all of the best things. She went on David Letterman last night and talked about being hospitalized for stomach pains and it was so fun.
Someone hacked Zappos, and now a nation bites its nails, worried that our shoe shopping habit is in danger. But, thank God, it is not. Your access to sale-priced sneakers and stylish stilettos will not be denied—but you will need to change your password if you want to keep safely procuring three pairs of the same…
Sometimes marketing is so absurd that I am tied into knots trying to understand how an advertisement could possibly have been made and set loose into the world. Like this ad for Zappos, sent in by Cheryl S., that claims it sells jeans in "fits for every body type":
Dominique Strauss-Kahn apparently likes online shopping as much as the next internationally notorious celebrity defendant — a gossipy neighbor spotted a package from Zappos on his stoop. We decided to check in with the famously friendly company about their headline-grabbing client.
An L.A. organization that matches underprivileged girls with surplus designer dresses and shoes just in time for prom is facing the twin problems of increasing need and decreasing donations this spring.