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Rick Owens Paris Fashion Week Show Took Runway Diversity To A Whole New Level
Brown girls literally stepped out on the runway in Paris for Rick Owens’ Spring 2014 RTW show, in what is perhaps the biggest celebration of racial and body diversity in any of the Fashion Week presentations this season.
As the discussion about diversity on the runways reaches a fever pitch, Owens’ decision to have, what appears to be, all minority competitive step teams rocking his collection in lieu of models is making a splash.
The designer’s use of both racial diversity and real full-figured women, instead of the usual size zero, to showcase his clothing is sure to catch some attention. Not to mention bringing step to the international fashion stage. Bravo!
The step teams, who were recruited from the U.S. for the show, include one team entitled "Step With Momentum" based in New York City.
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Jimmy creates parody of Kanye’s amazing BBC Radio1 Interview.
To me, this isn’t funny (more disrespectful). But what do you think, funny or not?
KANYE IN GTA V?
MINI is a bit like the Chihuahua that thinks it’s a Terrier isn’t it? I’m absolutely loving the massive worldwide campaign with the big idea being ‘Not Normal‘.
The whole scope is to capture as many mini situations as possible, from sticking the not-so-everyday into their TV ads to getting the public to celebrate their passion for MINI by sending in their pictures/designs and making them a part of it all.
But, what’s got 48,000 LEDs, takes joyrides through London, and can be totally customised? MINI Art Beat is no normal installation. They are taking over the streets of London using the cars as social media billboards.
The cars are fully customisable, you can choose the colour, background and song that will be blasted out to accompany the video you upload – and it’s all done live.
You can stream it live online, but if you don’t get time to, chill. MINI will send you a clip of it doing the rounds in London when it’s over, making it a great shareable video you can brag about to all your friends and foes.
Watch the clip below to see it in motion:
Yes, tonight’s football schedule is looking pretty good.
But do you know what would look better? Your bank balance.
Well thank me later, because you’re in luck. To celebrate the football sponsorship, William Hill are giving away £25 of free bets to people who open an account.
William Hill also have a great mobile app, which lets you bet live while you watch. It includes in-play betting, accumulators, and William Hill “Top Bets”. The free app is also great for seeing the latest football results, football betting odds and betting results across all the sports in real time.
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I think it’s safe to say, 2013 has definitely been the year of the ‘vending machine stunts’.
Brands are looking at different ways to interact with people by disrupting them whilst they go about their daily lives, and getting them to engage back at the same time.
Billboard Magazine created the 'Fan Check' machine, which is actually pretty clever.
It works by you plugging in your iPhone, and the machine automatically checks to see if you have over 20 songs featuring the artist on the front cover. If you do, congratulations, you get the magazine for FREE.
They aim is to show Billboard Magazine as being a magazine dedicated to true fans of music, packed with interviews and music reviews/charts covering more genres than you can shake your butt at.
I think this is amazing using technology to bring the brand closer to the youths of today, but I’m more amazed Joss Stone has more than 20 songs!!
Check out the video to see it in action:
Agency: Ogilvy Brazil
Thanks to @inderdeepgill!