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“Fashion meets Logistics”: fashion show at DHL hub in Leipzig

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The casual collection to be presented in Leipzig will include shirts, skirts, caps and socks in the characteristic yellow and red; they will also sport the logistics company logo. As a trendy designer label VETEMENTS is known for its unconventional fashion statements and its play with prominent brands and symbols. In 2015, the label initially created a stir with a yellow t-shirt featuring the DHL logo. "The current collection again shows that red and yellow are never out of style," said Arjan Sissing, head of Global Brand Marketing at Deutsche ... Read More »

New Google Assistant updates, made just for you at home

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Waking up is hard to do... And waking up to a wailing alarm doesn’t always help to start your day off on the right foot. Luckily, the Google Assistant can help you wake up more peacefully. All you have to do is say “Hey Google, set an alarm for 6 AM that plays [insert favorite musician] to the Assistant on Google Home (or your other Assistant-enabled speakers) and you can set an alarm and wake up to your favorite song, playlist or radio station. ...Finding your shows and music shouldn’t be The Assistant can already help you learn ab... Read More »

Sterling Style Academy Embracing Technology to Highlight Fashion

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New York, NY: The number of people getting monetized for doing seemingly ordinary things is increasing every day. Some people are famous overnight and have their fifteen minutes and others seem to be in it for good. With makeup and fashion being top trending topics it can be tempting to dive in head first. Keeping longevity in mind, having training and experience in what you are vlogging and blogging on is the key to success. Sterling Style Academy (http://sterlingstyleacademy.com/) has the tools and training to help you achieve your goals b... Read More »

GAP launches “archive reissue- logo remix” collection with original film and remixed musical track

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To launch the collection, Gap collaborated with director Tabitha Denholm, who has directed music videos forFlorence and the Machine, Haim and Jessie J, along with performance and movement director Tanisha Scott, who isbest known for her work with Beyoncé, Drake and Rihanna, to create the ‘Logo Remix’ film. The film brings togethersome of the world’s leading culture remixers in a moment of joy evoked through music and movement by payinghomage to the nostalgic Gap ads of the past with a modern, remixed twist. While Tabitha used motion control vid... Read More »

HomePod arrives February 9, available to order this Friday

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HomePod, the innovative wireless speaker from Apple, arrives in stores beginning Friday, February 9 and is available to order online this Friday, January 26 in the US, UK and Australia. HomePodwill arrive in France and Germany this spring. HomePod delivers stunning audio quality wherever it’s placed — in any room in the house, playing any style of music. Using just your voice, it’s easy and fun to use, and works together with an Apple Music subscription for a breakthrough music experience, providing access to one of the world’s largest cloud m... Read More »

Starbucks named fifth most admired company worldwide

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Starbucks is the only traditional brick-and-mortar retail business to be included in the top 10 list. The rankings, which Fortune has published since 1983, are compiled by surveying thousands of executives and securities analysts about the corporate reputations of about 1,500 companies — the 1,000 largest U.S. companies ranked by revenue, along with non-U.S. companies in Fortune's Global 500 database with revenues of at least $10 billion. The selection was narrowed down according to the highest-revenue companies in each of 52 industries — a ... Read More »

Omega – Limited edition watches in celebration of Pyeongchang 2018

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Created to mark the countdown to the Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang in 2018, the Seamaster Planet Ocean "PyeongChang 2018" is guaranteed to perform with world-class precision long after that great event has come and gone. Limited to 2,018 pieces, it is not only an aesthetically striking timepiece in bold blue and red, (the colours of the Korean flag) it is also a technological marvel. Cased in stainless steel, it features a polished blue ceramic [ZrO2] dial with applied rhodium-plated indexes, coated with white Super-LumiNova that em... Read More »

How Amazon Could Steal The Mid-Tier Luxury Market

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Amazon could launch vertically integrated, mass-customized brands of its own that use technology to smooth the customer shopping process, similar to Indochino. While Amazon isn’t likely to get catalog coverage from many of the ultra-luxury brands, it does have the ability to make a number of mid-level luxury brands less relevant to large segments of Amazon customers, replacing those brands through the merchandising of its own private-label luxury brands at prices that encourage even the slightly price-sensitive luxury products customer to consi... Read More »

Luxury group Kering to spin off Puma to its own shareholders

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Kering said on Thursday it planned to distribute 70 percent of Puma shares to its investors, leaving it with only a 16 percent stake, confirming an exclusive Reuters report. Puma shares were down 4.4 percent at the close as some investors worried about the company losing a powerful backer. Kering stock was down almost 1 percent. The deal comes after a recent turnaround at Puma, which struggled for years following Kering's 5.3 billion euros ($6.4 billion) purchase in 2007. The French firm, meanwhile, has long wanted to focus purely on its hig... Read More »

A nation of knitters: how crafts became Britain’s fastest-growing creative industry

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In an age of Snapchat, virtual reality headsets and Instagram influencers, you could be forgiven for wondering if knitting, embroidery and pottery were set to die out with their older participants. In fact, the industry is in rude health. According to government statistics, crafts were the fastest growing component of Britain’s heralded creative industries in 2016, up 44pc on 2010 and contributing £420m of gross value added to the economy. That might be peanuts compared to the music or film industries, but the numbers are going in the rig... Read More »

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