Monthly Archives: September 2010
Beautiful blond girl spotted in a pretty blue dress embellished with white hearts and a blue blazer.
Just a little thought…
The world is going mad.Or let’s say: Tavi and Oprah are going mad. Tavi said NO to Oprah. She is crazy. But on the other hand: I’m getting a litte tired of all the Tavi-mania (hello, I already wrote about her 2 years ago! Give me some new kid to play with!). So I think Oprah is a little mad to ask Tavi for her show as well. Ow, and Oprah is a litte crazy because she invited her audience on a little trip to…Australia! All those 300 women went crazy of course! Maybe she can also invite us? I mean….if you spend that much money, you can buy 3 extra tickets easily. Especially when the Australian government pays all the costs. What a amazing marketing-gig is that, huh?
End of my thought.
V Magazine, together with development company Other Edition launch V67 – The New York Issue on Apple’s iPad featuring Marc Jacobs and Lady Gaga. V Magazine has devoted its Fall 2010 issue to all things New York. The iPad version of V67 showcases Gaga and Jacobs on the cover, photographed by Mario Testino. In addition, there is also exclusive video footage, showing a montage of Testino’s work from the printed pages of V67.
A few years ago I bought a CD (yes, I still buy CD’s from time to time) from Emilie Simon. Her first album. The one where she has ladybugs all over her. It was after I heard a great remix of one of her songs, Desert. Unfortunately the remix was not on the CD, but her fragile voice captured me. I thought by myself: “we’re not done hearing from this girl”.
H&M is supporting bloggers! Especially personal style bloggers are important for them. Why? Because all the million readers can afford the H&M collection and can order it online or buy it in one of the many shops across the world. Efficient, or what? H&M is inviting bloggers in their showroom all the time, but this time they tried something new. The one and only Bryan Boy is giving his style advise to men and women in the Showroom of the retailer. With of course, only clothes of H&M. If that isn’t a good way to promote you new collection….Watch the movie below.
Can you imagine people using Facebook, Twitter, Youtube or Skype fifty years ago? Well, this is what it would have looked like! These vintage ads were made especially for the International Communications and Marketing Forum in Brazil, which will be held coming October. The theme of the event is ‘everything ages fast’ and they are quite accurate with that statement.