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With a focus on Marketing, Public Relations, IP Creation, Licensing, Creative Communication, Representation and Procurement, we deliver the results that help our clients to continuously evolve and fulfill their true potential. We are an experienced and dynamic team of creators, strategists, thinkers and doers with diverse skill sets and proven track records in managing the top talents and companies within the industry.
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The Pandora Flagship at Marble Arch was bustling with a host of celebrities and fashion influencers including Gemma Arterton, Amber Le Bon and Portia Freeman, who joined Unsigned bloggers Emily Johnston of Fashion Foie Gras and Ella Gregory of Coco’s Tea Party in celebrating the launch of Pandora’s My Rings, My Style campaign. The two fashion insiders star in the new ads, photographed across their favourite parts of London and showing off their personalised Pandora ring stacks.
The launch event was hosted by TV personalities Jameela Jamil and Rick Edwards, with guests treated to Rose and canapés whilst being entertained by DJ for the night – fellow My Rings, My Style campaign star – Angela Scanlon. To see highlights from the party click here
Didier Drogba Launches Underwear Line – Drogba & Co
International footballer Didier Drogba has released the first campaign image from his new collection Drogba & Co designed in collaboration with HOM. The 16-piece collection of underwear and swimwear has been designed by Didier Drogba and Côte d’Ivoire couturier Elie Kuame. Additionally, HOM have today unveiled a microsite dedicated to Didier’s first collection. The site links fans to HOM’s e-commerce page in order to pre-purchase products from Drogba & Co prior to its global in-store launch on May 1.
Didier Drogba says of the partnership with HOM: “By producing my own line of underwear I’m able to achieve two goals; to design a fashionable men’s underwear range, and to create a product that will directly support my charitable foundation – to aid in healthcare and education in the Ivory Coast.”
Helena Christensen Hosts Vs. Magazine Exhibition in NY
Helena Christensen hosted the opening of Vs. Magazine: BETTER Fashion Photography Exhibition in New York City.
The exhibition was a culmination of the collaboration between Vs. Magazine and Helena as guest editor. The exhibition features artworks from the recently released issue and will be auctioned online via charity auctioneers Gavel & Grand.
24 hours in Stockholm with Olympus, was invited to report from the Attitude show. Photographed and styled a fashion shoot, with a camera from the new Olympus range alongside two other bloggers, Olivia from What Olivia Did and Stylonnylon’s Julia.
Mademoiselle Robot with Swarovski
Mademoiselle Robot and her daughter Mini joined together to create a photoshoot in collaboration with Swarovski and White & Richardson, using the Arty Collection. MR previously worked with Swarovski in 2012 when she was asked to write a book in conjunction with the brand, called Multiface(t)s.
Fashion Foie Gras presents award at Grazia Middle East Style Awards in Dubai
Emily Johnston, founder and editor of Fashion Foie Gras, was flown to Dubai last week to present an award at the Grazia Middle East style awards. Emily presented the award for Best Regional Online Retailer to the winner, Sophie’s Closet.
The Grazia Style Awards is ITP’s most prestigious fashion event. Grazia’s big night out sees fashion’s most fabulous come together to acknowledge and celebrate those who have made unparalleled contributions to the industry at large over the past year. From stand-out brands to influential bloggers, boundary-pushing designers and imaginatively curated boutiques across 17 categories.
Coco’s Tea Party Interviews Henry Holland for Magnum’s 25th Anniversary
Magnum have celebrated turning 25 by commissioning fashion designer Henry Holland to create a couture gown inspired by their famous ice-cream.
The dress, worth £5,000, was unveiled at a star studded launch party at Home House with 25 versions of the dress to be given out through various competitions by Magnum throughout the summer.
Unsigned negotiated a partnership that saw Ella Gregory of Coco’s Tea Party run an exclusive interview with Henry Holland on her blog as well as creating a competition that will see one lucky reader win one of the dresses designed by Henry.
To win, readers simply need to head to the Coco’s Tea Party Facebook page and take part in a mini styling challenge. To read more click here