Clayton Chambers is the founder of Sprezza, a newsletter about menswear, fashion, and commerce. He works with brands at the intersection of content strategy, brand development, partnerships & creative marketing. Prior to starting Sprezza, Clayton bought menswear for Barney's and developed partnerships for e-commerce enablement platforms including Yotpo. He's worked with companies including GQ, Nike, Ford, Tommy Hilfiger, Williams-Sonoma, and more.
On this episode of the pod, Clayton joins Blaine to discuss everything from starting a newsletter, building a community, getting into menswear, how big retailers approach buying merchandise, the intersection of retail and e-commerce, creator led brands, winning growth strategies in apparel, positioning in fashion, successful collabs & drops, branded community partnerships, and much more.
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