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Book Review - Ridiculous fashion and advertising rules
was dedicated to design, another one is about advertising rules and finally there's the one that got most of my attention, Never Leave the House Naked and 50 other Ridiculous Fashion Rules . The series tackles the list of precepts that have conditioned the worlds of fashion, advertising and design for decades. Are these rules precious guidelines, sources of inspiration or are they instead tyrannic dogmas that need to be bended or broken altogether? Rules tend to have a life of their own: over time their meaning changes or the rule is adopted by a whole new group of followers. Take, for instance, the classic "Form ... market research, surveys and trends
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encouraged, and we think you should have one too. What better way to celebrate the return of Mad Men to AMC than to throw on a darling vintage dress, shake up a cocktail or two and watch the drama unfold? For the last 40 weeks we’ve had to make do with the assorted wretched housewives of Bravo (and an occasional episode of The Bachelorette) but when that animated adman begins his tumble and our ears are filled with the light and jazzy theme music, we will be in teevee heaven. Are you as obsessed with this show as The Fru-Gals? If the answer is yes, we know you’ll appreciate our recipes for period drinks and snacks ... market research, surveys and trends

RIDICULOUS FASHION AND ADVERTISING RULES - Fashion trends from runways to your wardrobe ...
There are ad campaigns that attract your attention by something spectacular and there are those which provoke negative feelings. However, there is one more group of adverts. These just pass by, without leaving any traces in both your memory and that part of the brain that is responsible for shopping obsession. Sisley Fall/ Winter 2010/ 2011 ad campaign belongs, unfortunately, to the latter group. Sisley Fall 2010 ad campaign is plain and boring. Nothing about it makes me think about pieces this brand promotes. Model Ashley Smith who graces Sisley Fall/ Winter 2010/ 2011 campaign is a pretty girl but she doesn’t look that pretty ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
American Apparel Now Has Less Skin in the Game: Ad Budget Slashed ...
(it failed to and had to ask the NYSE Amex stock exchange for permission to come back into compliance), it’s worth looking at the company’s existing filings to see if there any clues to the future of the nation’s best-known fashion advertiser. There are three — its advertising budget, its sales cannibalization, and its new store openings — and they’re all on a collision course with each other. The company blew an end-of-June deadline to file a recent earnings report. Its agreement with NYSE gives it until August 16 — four and a half months late! — to do its accounts for the first ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Meet the creatives
“How relevant is my work, and does it correspond to the life of an artist – even as I conceived it? Is it art or something else? I still don’t know if I’ll ever find an answer.” Who can blame him? Jean-Paul Goude is an eccentric talent, and he’s turned his skills to many different applications over the years, including art direction, photography, moving images and even performance art, by way of his formidable former girlfriend and muse, Grace Jones. Goude was born in 1940 in a small suburb of Paris to a French father and American mother who had both been involved with showbiz in New York. His ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
A Journey Through The Eclipse Series: William Klein's Mr. Freedom
Another Independence Day has come and gone in the USA, but before we bundle up the bunting, furl up the flags and blaze that last pack of firecrackers, let’s take a few minutes to celebrate the meaning and grandeur behind all that traditional hoopla: I’m talkin’ about FREEDOM! Yeah, FREEDOM , that wonderful essential quality of life we all enjoy here in America, unique among the nations in granting FREEDOM as a birthright to its natural born and duly assimilated citizens. FREEDOM , that allows us to choose our own destiny, chart our own course, shrug off the rules that don’t apply to us and ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


and the electronic media. The same kind of advertising rules would emerge, .... regulations which turn out to be ridiculous and unenforceable can be .... If you fashion an instrument of arbitrary repression, never forget how things ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
FDA and the Internet: Advertising and Promotion of Medical ...
I think what I would like to do now is ask the FDA panel to introduce themselves and then we will call up our first panel. Bob, why don't we start with you. DR. TEMPLE: I'm Bob Temple. I'm Associate Director of CDER for Medical Policy. The Division of Drug Advertising, Marketing and Communication reports to me. MR. TART: I'm Byron Tart. I'm the Director of the Promotion and Advertising Policy Staff in the Office of Compliance, Center for Devices and Radiological Health. MS. STIFANO: Toni Stifano, Acting Associate Director for Policy in the Office of Establishment Licensing and Product Surveillance within ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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HT167.N45 2009  The New Politics of Planning : how states and local governments are coming to common ground on reshaping America’s built environment HT168.C453 H37 2010  Building Charleston : town and society in the eighteenth-century British Atlantic world HT168.C5 S39 2009  Beyond Burnham : an illustrated history of planning for the Chicago Region HT169.G7 U74 2010  Urban Design and the British Urban Renaissance HT169.G72 L354 3009  Terrorism, Risk, and the Global City : towards urban resilience HT170.J64 2009  Cultural Capitals : revaluing the arts, remaking urban spaces HT392.D83 2010  The Smart Growth Manual HT395.G7 N46 ...
Pinstriped Suits with Colored Shirts? | Ask MetaFilter
FashionFilter: Is there a "rule" about wearing a colored shirt with a black pin-striped suit? Are there other rules about female business attire that a soon-to-graduate-undergrad should be aware of? A roommate (female) had a job interview last week, and didn't have a white, button-down shirt to put under her black pin-striped suit. My suggestion of a light-blue shirt was met with horror by both her and another roomie. No colors! AHH! :) Additionally, a skirt was out of the question because the only hose my roomate had were black. I'm not looking for "do your own thing" advice here, more "what are the rules so ...
Is media a boon or a bane? Should there be tighter regulations on ...
Media credibility rests on its own performance and a discerning citizenry can distinguish between content that is valuable or trash. Credible media will succeed and trash media will fail, without any need of government interference. Besides, a government which feels the need to over-regulate media has itself lost all credibility and should be overthrown. posted 3 months ago Interim CEO/COO; Consultant see all my answers Neither. It's a tool and a resource. It is neither good nor bad. There are good and bad operators and in time the market will sort them out, IF and only IF the government butts out and leaves them alone. ...