July 2020 Newsletter

News from Brandstyle

Brandstyle spent July celebrating our fantastic partners and enjoying the Summer weather.  From The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, USA Today and more (read on!), our focus has been – and continues to be – garnering attention for our dynamic portfolio of brands; aligning earned-first, culturally relevant storytelling with the customer journey. We wish you all a happy and safe rest of Summer filled with health and hope.  
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The Brandstyle Principles: Urgency, Creativity, Spirit + Solutions 

Ohi profiled by The Wall Street Journal

As the demand for e-commerce continues to rise, startups and retailers are converting abandoned stores into online fulfillment centers – and Ohi is leading the way. Learn more about their innovative approach to micro fulfillment in the story, “The Next Phase of the Retail Apocalypse: Stores Reborn as E-Commerce Warehouses.” Read the article here.


Buzzfeed Includes FarmHouse Fresh as One of the Best Gifts to Give

The brand’s Pedi Delight Sampler is named one of the best gifts to gift a hard-working friend working on their feet for the very best at-home pedicure money can buy. Read more here.


Emil Sayegh, CEO of Ntirety, featured in Cisco’s Cloud Unfiltered Podcast Rachel Liverman Discussed Facial Cupping with MindBodyGreen

Cisco sat down with Emil Sayegh, a pioneer of cloud computing and a true industry visionary- about what is happening in terms of cloud computing technology right now, and what’s on the horizon in the next few years. Listen here.


Garrett Wade Touted as Best Way to Upgrade Your Picnic by USA Today

The heritage brand’s Portable Brass Candle Lantern was included as the ideal accessory for picnics this summer. Read more ways to upgrade your picnic here.


Rob Girling, CEO and Co-Founder of Artefact, discusses the rise in home hydroponics in his latest column for Forbes

As Covid-19 highlights the precarious supply chain that supports our modern lifestyles and the benefit of more self-sufficiency, hydroponics – a method of growing plants without traditional soil, using water-based, nutrient-dense solutions – is emerging as the latest trend in smart home devices. Read his article here.


YourTango Speaks with Rachel Liverman of Glowbar on Shrinking Pores

Want pores to look less visible? Glowbar’s co-founder and CEO Rachel Liverman gives tips on how to make the common skin care concern less visible. Read her advice here.


Locus Robotics featured in eft by Reuters

Automation technologies are providing relief to retailers and third-party fulfillment operators around the country, who are facing crushing levels of inventory due to the rise in e-commerce. Locus Robotics CMO, Karen Leavitt, spoke with Reuters Editor, Alex Hadwick, about the growing reliance on automation, and whether the trend is here to stay. Read it here.


Summer Style Rut? An Alton Lane Seersucker Suit is a Must-Have According to The Manual

The seersucker suit is considered the fabric de rigueur this season, for plenty of reasons – it’s lightweight, rendered in maverick stripes and bright colors and features a crimp or puckered surface so maintenance is easy. Alton Lane, the menswear destination known for custom suiting and innovative 3D scanning technology to ensure the perfect fit, has you covered – check out The Manual’s choice, here