NEW YORK, June 16, 2011
By Matthew Schneier

Truman Capote's 1966 Black and White Ball—a.k.a. the party of the century—set the gears turning for Moschino’s Resort collection. Designer Rossella Jardini shares Capote's love of a woman in frills (though it's hard to imagine Tru approving of her preferred hoop earrings). The time (the sixties) and the parameters (dress to impress, black and white if you like) loosely structured the collection. It included bubble skirts and bow-front bouclé jackets, cropped capri trousers, and a primary-colored take on a Prince of Wales print. Midcentury socials—Capote's arm candy—would've looked smart hitting the boutiques in Moschino's color-blocked coat or a matchy-matchy banded tank and skirt set. (Although, this being Moschino, even the proper cardigan jacket had buttons with googly eyes.) Ironically, there wasn't much for evening.

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Comment by 沒答案也好 on August 3, 2011 at 6:04pm


她說,也不是她一個人在做,有幾個友好分工合作,你講星期一,我講星期三,她講星期五。那內容呢?那還不難?她說,要廣播的早上讀一讀報章,就有靈感了。最好玩的是,外地的朋友知道她在玩網絡廣播,就通過手機來上她的節目,call in,“報導當地的近況”。


Comment by CERI on August 3, 2011 at 1:20pm

Don’t wait for the traditional media people to come to our company to interview us for our story, and end up with only 3 paragraphs of irrelevant points. More often than not, the interviewees are not knowledgeable to understand our unique industries, so they can only interpret our story from the point of view they find interesting.

We have responsibilities to tell our own stories, be it products launch, brand proposition, experiential formula or organizational points of view. To avoid being left out in the public attention, we have to present ourselves in conversation that we have a stake in. Web as a curated content collection and display platform is just the concept we business people looking for. 

Comment by moooi on July 13, 2011 at 11:26am

OVEPI的回應,使我想補充一點事。世界人口已達到70億,而有的社交媒體,例如面子書FB的用戶居然達到7億,以人口大小做分別,FB其實是在中國、印度之外第三大的“國家”,叫FB Republic好了。




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Comment by moooi on July 7, 2011 at 3:14pm
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Comment by 私貨珍藏 on July 7, 2011 at 10:31am
There are many fashion magazines published in Malaysia. Unfortunately, periodicals do not last. You have new printed publications almost every week, you usually don't have the time to go through all the contents. So you keep the things aside and say you will read them one day. But, more often than not, when you think of somethings you have read somewhere, you always can't locate them. Information is useful when it is timely, you find the things you want at the right time. Electronic publication help overcome that. The curated contents recommend by, I think can also serve as an inspiration for us to trigger our creativity in artistic  field and make a note @ this comment box.

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