Paper London, the label loved by Taylor Swift, hits Brown Thomas


Paper London, which is new to Brown Thomas ‘ Swatch’s latest Skin Irony collection attempts to strike that balance between fashion and function.

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The sun is out (for now) and the summer sales are in full swing, but that doesn’t mean we can’t crave the thrill of a new season with a fresh roster of new brands arriving in stores. Is there any greater sartorial thrill than happening upon a little-known label that will give your wardrobe a renewed sense of freshness? Paper London, which is new to Brown Thomas, is on a mission to do just that.

Its bold structural shapes and creative cuts are already coveted by Solange Knowles, Margot Robbie and Taylor Swift. But it doesn’t just tick the red carpet box ‘ their collections solve workwear dilemmas with pieces that work all week, from am to pm.

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  • Publisher: The Irish Times
  • Date: 2018-07-14T06:00:00+0100
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  • Publisher: the Guardian
  • Date: 2018-07-08T07:00:19.000Z
  • Author: Tom Lamont
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Millennial girls had a golden age. Gen Z’s inherit wreckage.

Summary: The Left and Right are building a new world, while we passively watch. Here is a look at the world that the women of Generation Z inherit.

The daily news is rich with insights into the new world being created by the Left and Right on the ashes of the West-that-once-was. Such as this story, headlining in most of the British papers. From the’Daily Mail’

“Tamara Cincik was kicked and threatened while travelling to a business meeting in central’London’yesterday. ‘The fashion CEO is keen to stress she does not blame this man, who she desribes {sic} as being 6ft tall and of Southeast Asian descent. ‘’I remain more angry with those white middle class men who left me to it. As fathers, husbands and sons they should be ashamed of themselves.’”

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What large brands can do to break down barriers and innovate like a startup

Large established companies need to take a ‘best of both worlds’ approach to innovation in order to be competitive and meet ongoing consumer expectations.

That’s the view of Daniela Simpson, an experienced FMCG executive and the newly appointed general manager of the US$1.1 billion candy and fruit snacks business unit of Ferrero USA. The business unit was acquired out of FMCG giant, Nestle, by Ferrero earlier this year in a deal worth US$2.9 billion.

Speaking at the second annual CMO Momentum, Simpson revealed during her keynote address how to innovate with the nimbleness of a startup, and how to sustain the modern marketing function.

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