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Burberry - Iconic British Luxury Brand Est. 1856

Burberry - Iconic British Luxury Brand Est. 1856
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Luxury Travel Magazine Recommends World's Best Hotels Resorts Spas Villas Burberry Burberry introduces the effortless contouring and strobing tutorial, with easy to follow runway-inspired tips and techniques. Watch Burberry Artistic Make-up Consultant Wendy Rowe apply new Face Contour and Fresh Glow, two precision pens for contouring and strobing. Learn how to get more defined cheekbones, contoured eyes for a bigger eye effect and a flattering face and nose shape with Face Contour pen and discover Wendy’s how to tips for highlighting and strobing the cheekbones, eyes and nose. Steps: First create a radiant complexion with Fresh Glow Luminous Fluid Base in Nude Radiance NO.01. Rub into hands and then apply to the face to brighten and gently hydrate. Next, use Face Contour. For a seamless shadow also apply it under the eye to increase the natural shadow of the lashes. Use Face Contour to sculpt the face and add definition to cheekbones whilst giving the impression of a slightly slimmer face. Face Contour can be used to shape and gently slim the nose. Shop the collection:

HUGO BOSS London Fashion Week spring/summer 2014 - Fashion Hot Topics Our London Fashion Week highlights 18 September 2013 From tiny teacups to mums, flat shoes to food, our list of the things that London Fashion Week got us laughing and lusting over. The alternative catwalk at LFW Olivia Bolton and Ju Zhang | 17 September 2013 Fashionistas, bloggers, buyers and street style gurus show us their outfits and best catwalk struts in the courtyard of London Fashion Week venue Somerset House. London Fashion Week live blog Olivia Bergin | 17 September 2013 All the action from days three, four and five at London Fashion Week, including synchronised swimming with Stella McCartney and the Telegraph's alternative catwalk down at Somerset House. Top London designers unite to help The Global Fund Lisa Armstrong | 17 September 2013 Victoria Beckham, Erdem, Christopher Bailey, Christopher Kane and Roland Mouret have created sustainable clothes which will be sold on to benefit charities. London Fashion Week: Tom Ford spring/summer 2014 17 September 2013 Buyer vs.

LUXE ET COMMUNICATION : DECRYPTAGE DES 4 TENDANCES POUR 2014 Face à de nouveaux enjeux mondiaux et de nouvelles attentes de proximité et de personnalisation, deux dimensions paradoxales s’affirment : Certaines marques n’ont jamais autant communiqué sur leur expertise, leur savoir-faire ou leur capacité créative et émotionnelle : les fondamentaux du luxe patrimonial sont nettement réaffirmés ainsi que ceux du luxe ostentatoire. Des codes qui se différencient de plus en plus de la grande consommation pour presque d’en échapper symboliquement et qui jouent sur les lieux, les symboles, les icones d’exception, les références artistiques et les performances spectaculaires…D’autres vont au contraire vers des stratégies de proximité, pour incarner une présence, intégrer l’intimité du consommateur et même lui faciliter la vie. Nous avons identifié quatre tendances structurantes dans la communication et les stratégies digitales au niveau international : Et si le vrai luxe était d’ailleurs le temps de l’introspection, de l’analyse, de l’approfondissement… ?

Gucci Official Site – Founded in Florence, Italy in 1921 London Fashion Week - Burberry Christopher Bailey - Chief Creative and Chief Executive Officer Christopher Bailey is Chief Creative and Chief Executive Officer for global British luxury brand Burberry. Christopher joined Burberry as Design Director in May 2001 and from the outset his creative vision was applied to all aspects of the brand. He was responsible for all collections, brand imagery, consumer-facing activities incorporating product design and development, creative marketing, architecture, consumer technology and digital innovation. In partnership with former Chief Executive Officers Rose Marie Bravo and then Angela Ahrendts, Christopher developed Burberry’s creative and strategic direction over a 13 year period. In 2008 together with former Burberry CEO Angela Ahrendts, Christopher established the Burberry Foundation to help young people realise their potential through the power of their creativity. On 1st May 2014 Christopher was appointed Chief Creative Officer and Chief Executive Officer.

Original Penguin Clothing & Accessories Givenchy Longchamp - Site Officiel | Longchamp France The Sartorialist Ever Wonder What Goes Into a Burberry Scarf? This Smart, Lovely Ad Shows You For the launch of its new Scarf Bar, where users both online and in-store can customize their own scarves, Burberry decided to educate people on what goes into making one. When a brand launches a customization service, people (rightfully) assume their options are limited and at least somewhat automated to ensure fast service to the most customers possible. In other words, it can cheapen and commodify—the opposite of luxury. But this video succeeds in illustrating, beautifully, what a total headache it is to produce a Burberry scarf, while reminding you of its premium value—or, as one YouTube commenter put it, "why it's expensive." The scarf you customize with such ease and glee will be woven on a traditional loom in Scotland, in one of just two mills that do it. It's a common refrain to hear that the problem with our culture is that we've become too materialistic, and a Burberry scarf can easily be seen as a symptom of this disease.