Each year for New York Fashion Week, brands introduce marketing stunts that seem to get bigger and better. This year, New Balance is certainly pulling out all the stops… but are they going too far? According to Fast Company, for
Let me start this off by saying, I know I’m biased. If you’re an avid reader of the marlo blog (as you should be), then you’ll know I recently moved here from New Jersey and will surely never say another
Every few months, I get an ominous warning from my friend Kate of bad things to come because Mercury is in retrograde. I have to admit that I didn’t even know what it meant that Mercury was in retrograde until
If you follow any one of the top fashion influencers on Instagram, you will have recently seen (or been bombarded with) the relaunch of the iconic saddle bag, a late-90’s closet staple toted around by Carrie Bradshaw and Paris Hilton.
Ever considered paying $10,000 for a sterling silver bird’s nest? I personally can’t say I have, but apparently, Tiffany & Co. thinks someone out there will! I recently came across an article in the NY Times from this past fall on Tiffany’s
As I was sitting on my T ride home the other night, one of my childhood best friends sent me a link to a newly-released bra on the Aerie website. Once I clicked on the link, I came to find
Facebook has upped the game for both marketers and consumers by releasing new augmented reality advertisements. If you’re familiar with Snapchat and its many interactive face-filters, you will recognize the same technology being used in your Facebook News Feed.
The only time I use postage stamps is to mail in checks to companies that don’t yet take online payments. But stamps are a necessity and luckily, they don’t have to be lame. They can add character and personality to
With Memorial Day marking the unofficial kick-off to summer, it’s time to make sure you have all the necessities for the season on hand. You’ll need all your backyard barbecue essentials: propane for the grill, cornhole and other lawn games,