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Gill Linton, CEO of Byronesque, is working to modernize the fashion industry through online communities.
Ahead of the PSFK CONFERENCE 2013, Gill Linton, founder of Byronesque takes about the weakness of today's clothing industry.
Bryonesque's provocative posters chide an industry that has lost its focus on originality in favor of 'fast' fashion.
Byronesque aims to create new editorial and commercial foundations for online fashion sites that offer vintage and modern designer brands.
Gill Linton explores the work of photographer Chase P Coughlin, who chemically manipulates found vintage photographs of strangers, creating a sinisterly voyeuristic and agitating commentary on the over-polished marketing of Nostalgia.
Gill Linton explores the fashion industry's current obsession with marketing.
Watch our recent panel discussion featuring Simon Collins, Dean of the School of Fashion at Parsons, Christina Liedtke, Founder of Christina J. Paul Couture and Gill Linton, Founder of Byronesque.
Gill Linton explores the disconnect between the brand and the "American Woman: Fashioning An American Identity" exhibit.
When it comes to marketing, broadly speaking, the fashion industry is frankly a bit naff, (for my American friends; naff adjective Brit., informal lacking taste or style.)