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Download WhatsApp vector logo (.EPS) free - Logo. File:Twitter bird logo 2012.svg - Wikipedia. Downloads. Facebook Logo - Download Facebook brand logos in vector format. PayPal logotype vector. Myspace | Logopedia | Fandom powered by Wikia. In early October 2010, MySpace (now capitalized as Myspace according to the press release) revealed an upcoming logo, which replaces the word "space" with an actual space. [1][2][3][4] The new logo was launched on October 27, along with an overhaul of the Myspace website.

The bracket after the word "my" can be filled with various creative images. There is also one version of the logo where the word "space" is written out inside the bracket. This logo placed 9th in the 2010 Brand New Awards.[1][2][3][4][5] 2012–present Under Specific Media and Justin Timberlake, Myspace revealed another corporate identity and web layout on September 24, 2012. Brand New - Myspace References. Wikipedia logo - Wikipedia. The logo of Wikipedia, an Internet-based free multilingual encyclopedia is an unfinished globe constructed from jigsaw pieces—some pieces are missing at the top—inscribed with glyphs from many different writing systems. As displayed on the web pages of the English-language version of Wikipedia, there is a wordmark "Wikipedia" under the globe, and below that the text "The Free Encyclopedia" in the free open-source Linux Libertine font[1][2] Design[edit] A partial globe hangs in the Wikimedia office The empty space at the top represents the incomplete nature of the project, the articles and languages yet to be added.

History[edit] Wikipedia's logo used from 2003 until 2010 Logo creator Paul Stansifer at the Wikimedia Foundation in front of the Wikipedia Puzzle Globe Logo sculpture in May 2012 See WP:Wikipedia logos for details of previous logos, including the glyphs used. The 3D Wikipedia puzzle from Wikimania 2007 By 2007, users on listservs discovered that the logo had some minor errors. Roses Chan: Depop: My Experience so Far ... First of all, long time no see blogging world! Let's see if I can get back into you. (Wait a sec, that sounds a little strangely-worded … oh well.) Today I'm going to talk about the app Depop. It’s basically a buying and selling app. At first it was likened to an online car boot sale or flea market, but is now shown to have more of an Etsy-like appeal.

One thing I rather enjoyed from browsing all these items is that I found a lot of fashion bloggers that I hadn’t been aware of before and some cute little online shops for handmade clothes and accessories. Okay, let’s talk about it from both points of view, as a buyer and a seller: Buying (Image from here.) When buying some sellers will allow you to “instabuy” which is pretty straightforward. My First Buy – The Ups and Downs (Image from here.) So far I’ve only purchased one item on there, a Drop Dead t-shirt (the Jurassic Park one). I can’t write fully about selling yet as I’ve just posted my first item on Depop and not had any buys yet. . ~ Roses. Depop. Fashion Crimes - Mindless Consumerism. Spice Girls Reunion Reminds Us Of 9 Lessons We Learned From The '90s Girl Group | Huffington Post.

The Spice Girls, reunited for the London 2012 Olympic Closing Ceremonies. (Photo Credit: @VictoriaBeckham Twitter) The Spice Girls’ reunion performance also got us thinking about the sage wisdom the girl group imparted in their prime. “If you wanna be my lover, you’ve gotta get with my friends”? Words to live by. Here are 9 other life lessons we learned from the quintet: (Photo Credit: Facebook) There is a reason the group’s catchphrase caught fire. 2. 3. 4. 5. (Photo Credit: YouTube) Just slam your body down and wind it all around. 6. 7. 8. (Photo Credit: Facebook) The pigtails left no doubt as to who was Baby. 9. LOOK: Photos From The Spice Girls’ London 2012 Olympic Closing Ceremony Performance Closing Ceremony 2012: The Spice Girls A general view of the Spice Girls performing in the Athletics stadium during the closing ceremony of the 2012 London Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium in east London, on August 12, 2012.

Getty. Silver Pitcher presented to White House (Portrait) - Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis - Wikipedia. Zara opens record fifth store on Oxford Street - WGSN/INSIDER. Panish retail giant Zara has opened a new flagship store at the eastern end of Oxford Street, bringing its total number of stores on the street to a record-breaking five. At 4,500sq m, it’s also one of the largest Zara stores in the UK and carries the complete men’s, women’s and kidswear collections across four floors. The store design of the new space aims to reflect the younger, more dynamic area around Tottenham Court Road, using industrial lighting, exposed ceilings and brushed concrete walls.

Space between clothing rails reveals the building’s glass exterior, designed to connect the store with the street outside. Spotlighting and a neutral backdrop help the product to take centre stage, which is displayed in the retailer’s signature outfit merchandising concepts. The new store is also fully sustainable, with 30% less energy consumption than a conventional store. The Hidden Cost of Fast Fashion: Worker Safety.

Shoppers have become accustomed to the steady stream of colorful clothing that so-called fast-fashion apparel chains churn out. Rather than launching lines only at the beginning of each season, chains such as Inditex’s Zara and Hennes & Mauritz’s H&M introduce styles as often as every two weeks. The constant replenishment keeps fashion-conscious customers coming back for the generally low-priced goods. But worker rights advocates say fast fashion has another, darker cost: Demands for constant product turns may be putting workers’ lives at risk in developing nations such as Bangladesh, which suffered two fatal garment factory fires in as many months.

Apparel sold by Spain’s Inditex, the world’s largest apparel company and a pioneer of faster fashion cycles, was found at a factory that caught fire on Jan. 26, killing at least seven people. More than 100 were killed on Nov. 24 at another Bangladeshi plant producing garments for companies including Sears Holdings and Wal-Mart Stores. Fast Fashion Brand Alternatives - Ethical Sustainable. You've done the research, talked to some friends about it, and decided it's time to quit fast fashion once and for all.

Like any obsession (yes, those too-cheap prices and fast-moving trends can be addicting), it's not going to be easy to stop cold turkey. But, it will be worth it. But where do you begin when walking into Forever 21 and buying a selection of shoes, jewellery, and clothing on a whim is no longer an option? And how do you find a brand you can trust — one that's ethical, sustainable, and fashion-forward, too? Begin Slideshow. #LIVELAUGHLOVEFORBURBERRY. Burberry Wallpapers - Wallpaper Zone. Introduction To The Fast Paced Life Of The Fashion Production Cycle. The least fashionable aspects of the fashion industry are, not surprisingly, production and manufacturing, i.e., the fashion production cycle.

This is something you must understand in full before you even consider starting your own brand. To understand this concept, let’s start at the very beginning. Why Is It Called Fast Fashion? Once upon a time, the fashion production cycle — which includes the designing, manufacturing and distribution of clothes — used to take three stable months. As globalization and competition skyrocketed, these three months slowly but surely dropped to just two weeks. This drastic change occurred because the world became more connected. Think of how it used to take weeks for people to communicate with one another across state lines. This of course means that exciting, new designs reach consumers much quicker than ever before. What Exactly Is Fashion Production? As you can tell, production plays a huge role toward the success or failure of a fashion brand.

Op-Ed: Don't Let the Rising Price of Fast Fashion Fool You. Fast fashion represents a polarizing section of the fashion industry most often characterized by its speed to market, on-trend offerings, low prices and questionable ethics. It has been the subject of debate, the object of competition, and above all else, the one part of the industry that shows no signs of slowing down. Amongst all of the debates and think pieces dedicated to this portion of fashion, one thing is clear: the fast fashion business is booming.

Inditex, the parent company to fast fashion giant, Zara, is the world’s largest fashion group and its founding chairman, Amancio Ortega Gaona, is the world’s second richest man. Fast fashion has no shortage of detractors, though. There are those who look at the rampant labor abuses, overflowing landfills, and constant intellectual property infringement and wonder how anyone can put their money towards that. The Western world was outraged by these images and the unsatisfying response. The future of fast fashion. The Rise of Fast Fashion | InterActive. Nowhere is the trait of instant gratification more evident than in contemporary culture and the fashion industry. In previous years, consumers were willing to purchase merchandise from major fashion labels for the brand name and guaranteed quality.

However, today’s consumers desire the same latest fashions but are not willing to pay the major price tag because they do not hold quality in the same high regard. With this willingness to purchase replicas and items of a lower standard, the chief operators of fashion retail saw an opportunity in the market. In an effort to match customer desires, the concept of ‘fast fashion’ was born. The concept was coined in fashion retail to describe the quick turnover of designs that move from the catwalk to current fashion trends and became extremely popular in the early 2000s. Retailers aimed to increase profit by focusing on key elements of the supply chain with an emphasis on increased manufacturing speed at a low price. The benchmark: Zara. Niche Markets and Mass Markets | Business. For example, in the confectionery market, a dominant segment would be the plain chocolate bar.

Over 90% of the sales in this segment are made by three dominant producers – Cadbury's, Nestle and Mars. However, there are many small, specialist niche segments (e.g. luxury, organic or fair-trade chocolate). Niche marketing can be defined as: Where a business targets a smaller segment of a larger market, where customers have specific needs and wants Targeting a product or service at a niche segment has several advantages for a business (particularly a small business): Less competition – the firm is a "big fish in a small pond" Clear focus - target particular customers (often easier to find and reach too) Builds up specialist skill and knowledge = market expertise Can often charge a higher price – customers are prepared to pay for expertise Profit margins often higher Customers tend to be more loyal The main disadvantages of marketing to a niche include:

Missguided launches beauty range. Topshop Creative Director Kate Phelan See Now Buy Now Collection Preview | British Vogue. WHEN Topshop unveils its Unique collection to the world later today, a line will be drawn in the sand. The high-street retailer is going where only a few on the London Fashion Week schedule have ventured: see-now, buy now, and in true retail fashion, the high-street favourite invited us in to its central London HQ this week for an exclusive preview. Alastair Nicol “I think the whole point of runway-to-retail is that its visible,” Kate Phelan, creative director at Topshop, told us as she talked us through the 32-piece edit – 60 per cent of which makes up autumn/winter 2016 and will be available to purchase immediately, while the remaining 40 per cent is pre spring/summer 2017 and will land in November.

While a lot of brands’ concept of runway to retail entails making a small capsule collection available immediately, Topshop is going all the way. “Absolutely everything will go into production. “What this proves is that we have to be ahead of the fashion game. Missguided accused of 'cashing in' on Brangelina's divorce. An online fashion retailer has been accused of 'cashing in' on Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's split after selling t-shirts with the slogans Team Brad and Team Angelina.

Missguided, which is popular among teenagers for its low-cost designs, is touting the £12 shirts on its website encouraging fans to 'pick a team' - even including a Team Jen version. But over on Twitter, furious shoppers have accused them of exploiting the couple's 'broken marriage' after Angelina filed for divorce last month. Missguided, which is popular among teenagers for its low-cost designs, is touting the £12 shirts on its website encouraging fans to 'pick a team' - even including a Team Jen version Twitter user Lexi wrote: 'Missguided are selling "team brad" and "team angelina" tops and i think that a bit f***ed up tbh.' Brittany Joy Woods echoed her sentiments, adding: 'As if Missguided have made Team Brad/ Angelina/ Jen t shirts.

Whoever buys one is an absolute melt.' Yazmine blasted 'why is that a thing? ' Asos hits back at claims of employee mistreatment. The rise of online-only shops: customers lured by free returns and low prices. Online shopping to grow by £320bn in three years. The development of online shopping will boost overseas sales for the leading British retailers. Chinese shoppers now purchase products online from British retailers almost as frequently as domestic shoppers do. British retailers are the most popular international brands for German shoppers, and the second most popular in the US and China. Chinese shoppers spend on average 2.7 times more with UK retailers than domestic shoppers, while German consumers spend 1.7 times more.

Anita Balchandani, head of retail at OC&C, said: “The study has shown that UK retailers are some of the world’s most popular and are in a strong position to seize more opportunities abroad. “But at the moment, the majority are only doing the basics to adequately serve foreign markets, for example, by offering international delivery on their UK website and working with partners to provide local returns addresses.”

The survey is based on search trends on Google and payment transactions through PayPal. Fashion design DEFINITION. Economic contribution (INTRO) Story of Stuff (2007, OFFICIAL Version) Perfume Shoppers Swap Celebrities for Niche Scents Like Sea Salt | News & Analysis | BoF. The 10 Commandments of New Consumerism | Intelligence | BoF.