Daily Archives: January 18, 2018

Increase Your Social Media Following with Rubber Stamp Promotion

Over the last decade, the number of people using social media around the world has hit all-time highs, with the number projected to hit 2.77 billion by 2019. This is according to statistics gathered by Statista, which also published data revealing how 2.46 billion social media users were active in 2017.   The aim of […]

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NASCAR Cup: Dale Earnhardt Jr., Daniel Suarez struggle in North Carolina snow

NASCAR driver Daniel Suarez’s Lexus is pulled by a truck after sliding off a snowy road in North Carolina on Jan. 17, 2018 (photo courtesy of Daniel Suarez via Twitter).
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Voice search in retail: Evolving the customer experience

Contributor Steve Tutelman explains how voice search is bringing marketers closer to the customer.

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Fran Summers Stars on Vogue Italia’s Digital-Inspired January Cover

Vogue Italia sure does love a themed issue. After December’s ‘The Celebration Issue‘ featuring a host of models, the magazine now gives us ‘The Restarting Issue’ for its first issue of 2018. Emanuele Farneti makes newcomer Fran Summers the magazine’s cover girl, photographed by Craig McDean and styled by Max Pearain in head-to-toe Louis Vuitton. Despite an agreeable cover shot, Vogue Italia’s juvenile art direction evidently needs a whole lot of work.

Vogue Italia January 2018 : Fran Summers by Craig McDean

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Per usual, our forum members weren’t afraid to make their feelings clear. “Gorgeous photo! Looks quite dated but it’s alright. Enough with their terrible art direction! Can’t believe people are paid for this. And ‘restarting issue’? They’re clearly running out of ideas,” said MON.

“Back to 2006 with this cover, even the contrived internet references…” added YohjiAddict.

“While I get the idea VI is going for with the ‘restarting’ (new year, new approach and all that) the inclusion of the Mac computer elements are unnecessary and distracting from what is a good photo,” commented sweetpop.

Also not here for it was forum member Nymphaea: “Not my cup of tea. Looks artsy and made by someone whose IQ and taste is rather low.”

“They need to stop these themes where they just slap random computer graphics on perfectly fine images. They did it with the December issue. The digital idea was way more successful for the March [2017] issue because Meisel shot it,” declared orchidee.

“Isn’t it time you all collectively get over Meisel?” asked KissMiss.

Tigerrouge fired back: “I’ll get over Meisel when fashion itself gets over referencing the past in everything it puts forward.”

“It’s not my favorite cover under the new editor but certainly not the worst, and I actually don’t mind the whole restarting thing if it’s simply a reference to the new year,” reasoned 333101.

See what else the issue has to offer and join the debate here.

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