Norma Kamali To Run Flash Sale…On Facebook

Norma Kamali Facebook pop-up sale

We think this is pretty clever: today Norma Kamali launched her own online flash sale, but not on her web site. Instead, the goods are available solely through Facebook. This is a smart new retail tactic for Kamali, who benefits from Facebook’s vast network — would-be shoppers have to “like” the designer’s Facebook page to access the sale.

The discussion of Facebook’s various retail purposes has been going on for a while, but using the network specifically as a platform for retailing makes a lot of sense.  It’s flexible, and it’s easy to get a lot of shoppers to the page — after all, they’re probably already looking at Facebook, anyway.

Kamali’s pop-up will last 48 hours.  Depending on how it fares, maybe we’ll see more designers take charge of their own flash sales and subsequently promote them solely through social networking.

4 Responses to “Norma Kamali To Run Flash Sale…On Facebook”

  1. Government Job

    How long does a copyright last on newspaper articles?. . If a service copies newspapers articles and then posts it in a database on the Internet, is there also a copyright on the Internet content?.


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