How to Build an Emotionally Charged DTC Brand and Get Into Department Stores
Andreas Palm of CDLP Underwear
In this first episode of the 2nd season of the podcast, Andreas Palm, co-founder of CDLP Underwear shares how they got featured in major publications such as Vogue and GQ, and got into Mr Porter, SSENSE, Barney’s and Selfridges right from the early days of the brand. He tells us why they chose to get into department stores early, HOW they did it, and how they’ve built a brand that’s emotionally charged. You don’t want to miss this one.
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