From Gucci to De Rucci, innovation always grows from imitation

Zhang is not wrong. From the company’s name, to Kingman’s face, to the French and Danish designers, it’s highlighted elsewhere on its website (besides a stock image of someone, for good reason). somehow, sewing a leather shoe), De Rucci’s European style has always been a sophisticated forgery. The goal is transparency: To combat consumer stereotypes about spending thousands of dollars on a product from China, a country that is still popular with many people for its cheap, low quality, and high consumption. poor safety standards.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/from-gucci-to-de-rucci-innovation-always-grew-from-imitation/2021/12/06/0bb82412-56e9-11ec-8396-5552bef55c3c_story.html?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=wp_business From Gucci to De Rucci, innovation always grows from imitation

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