Tag Archives: h&m

Lana Del Rey’s effort for H&M isn’t steamy enough

This ad from Swedish fashion chain H&M (those Scandinavians are everywhere these days, it’s like the Viking hordes all over again) is clearly supposed to be steamy judging by the way the male members of the cast keep mopping their ...

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American Apparel’s too rude, David Beckham not rude enough for UK ad regulators

American Apparel is in the doghouse again, under the hammer from the UK’s ad regulator the Advertising Standards Authority for “pornographic and exploitative” ads showing young women in and out of their smalls. The subsequent ban won’t bother AA one ...

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Now David Beckham squeezes in Super Bowl undies debut for H&M

In years to come they’ll be running courses at Harvard Business School on the David Beckham phenomenon – how did someone with apparently limited assets come to stand for and represent just about everything? Now Becks is to make his ...

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Can Google+ rival Facebook appeal for businesses?

Google has been wandering around in the foothills of social media for years now but its latest effort, Google+, seems to be gaining some traction with 40m users. Facebook has 800m so Google still has a way to go but ...

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