DiscoverMarketing on TapEpisode 21: Fashion Fails, Brand Apologies, and Marketing Gone Wrong
Episode 21: Fashion Fails, Brand Apologies, and Marketing Gone Wrong

Episode 21: Fashion Fails, Brand Apologies, and Marketing Gone Wrong

Update: 2018-12-05
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When Dolce and Gabbana released a racist Chinese ad, it was just the latest in a long line of marketing gone wrong when it comes to the fashion world. From LuluLemon saying their customers were too big for their products, to Topman describing their customers as football hooligans and criminals, it seems the fashion world is a leader in poor marketing. In this week's episode of Marketing on Tap, we look at how brands can completely miss the message when it comes to their buyers, and how they often make it worse when coming out with an apology. Settle back and enjoy this week’s topic, brought to you in the usual unscripted manner that you’ve come to expect when Sam and Danny take the mic.


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Episode 21: Fashion Fails, Brand Apologies, and Marketing Gone Wrong

Episode 21: Fashion Fails, Brand Apologies, and Marketing Gone Wrong

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