Just recently, Kate Hudson, the co-founder of Fabletics sat down with Marie Claire Magazine to discuss her new line of athelisure dresses debuting the first of April. Quoted by Hudson as being the lazy girl’s alternative to the little black dress, these dresses are made from quality performance material that allows more mobility for the active girl.
Although the designers do not recommend wearing the dresses while participating in sports, they are made be worn virtually everywhere else including the work office. Certain designs, such as the Tropez dress, have a built in bra. During the interview, Hudson compared the athelisure line to the high fashion lines at Alaia and Herve Lever. Just as the high end dresses are made suck you in, her line provides the same concept but at an affordable cost.
Hudson also hints at her new performance wear swimwear that’s due to hit stores mid-April. The swimwear is described as sexy, feminine and comfortable. It allows a woman to be as active as possible without worrying about anything falling out.
According to the company’s co-CEOs, and YouTube channel, Fabletics was birthed out of a desire to make high quality gear at an affordable price(www.Fabletics.com/about). Seeing the need for luxury and stylish workout wear for the average person, this company was created in October 2013. Within two years, Fabletics was introduced in several countries worldwide. Since then over a million orders have been shipped.
In October 2015, six stores were opened in the United States. Their are two ways to place an order, as a guest or a VIP member. In his Pinterest page, Everyone starts with a quiz that helps the company generate personalized outfits. After browsing the thousands of outfit combinations created, the shopper simply places their choice in the shopping cart.
As a guest, the shopper pays for their purchase and the transaction is completed. However, a VIP member receives a few perks along with the purchase. In addition to saving up to 50% of the regular price, the Fabletics member also earn points for free items.
There is a monthly charge for a VIP membership, but this amount is credited to the shopper’s account. New members can receive an outfit for only $25. The shipping is free for all members. Many customers, such as the Krazy Coupon Lady, scores Fabletics clothing at five stars (thekrazycouponlady.com/tips/style/fabletics-review-need-read). She states the quality rivals the quality at Gap Body and the prices are Target affordable.
Coriant has recently added a new member to its ever-important executive team in Mr. Shaygan Kheradpir. Mr. Kheradpir has tons of experience at similar companies such as Juniper Networks and Barclays, an international banking conglomerate. Coriant helps link businesses with networking systems that they need to succeed. Companies such as customer service providers rely on services that Coriant and similar companies provide.
Shaygan Kheradpir is originally from London, where he was born in 1960. Mr. Kheradpir was raised in Iran, where his father, a medical doctor, is from. Shaygan Kheradpir went to the United States for his college career because of the great universities that are in the United States. Mr. Kheradpir got accepted to Cornell University. Shaygan studied electrical engineering, a discipline that Mr. Kheradpir has applied every working day since he graduated Cornell University.
More information about the recent hire of Shaygan Kheradpir at the world-renowned networking solutions provider Coriant here on Fierce Telecom http://www.fiercetelecom.com/press-releases/veteran-executive-shaygan-kheradpir-brings-deep-industry-experience-and-exp.
Coriant was originally formed as a mixture of Nokia Siemens Networks, Sycamore Networks, and Tellabs. All three of these companies individually were leaders in their disciplines, but a merger of all three of these companies has resulted in nothing short of a super company that now dominates networking systems sectors.
Mr. Shaygan Kheradpir has served on Cornell University’s Engineering Council as a way to give back to his alma mater, as well as working on the advisory board of the US NIST. Shaygan Kheradpir has made significant contributions to all of the companies he has worked at. Verizon Communications benefitted through the development of their fiber optic internet infrastructure called FiOS. Verizon Communications estimates that they spent more than twenty billion dollars in the layout of these fiber optic cables, a significant contribution by any companies’ standards.
Coriant provides services primarily to tier 1 customer service providers, with 9 out of the 10 leaders in the world relying on Coriant for the network interfaces. Without Coriant, many companies many not be in operation, or at least not operating at full efficiency.