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T-shirt Tyranny! Death to the neck tie

Subscribing to T-post is a lot like having a subscription to a news magazine but instead of receiving magazines in your mailbox – you receive T-shirts.

Topic of September issue, “T-shirt Tyranny”
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The necktie is officially an endangered fashion accessory. Italy’s health secretary is recommending that all government offices ban the tie for sake of the environment.

Anne Robinson divorce: Comment available from leading matrimonial solicitor

Ayesha Vardag, an independent solicitor who represents high-net worth women in divorce cases is available to comment on Anne Robinson’s divorce announcement.

If you would like to speak with Ayesha or book her for your programme, please email richard.powell@presswire.com
Office: +44 (0) 845 053 7156

Ayesha Vardag Solicitors
Matrimonial and Family Law Solicitors
www.ayeshavardag.com

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T-Shirt unveiled: “Nothing provides perspective like a twenty-year nap”...

Sweden-based company, T-post is the world’s first wearable magazine. Just as one would subscribe to W, Der Spiegel, or the New York Times, fashionistas and news junkies alike can receive current events printed on designer t-shirts.

Similar to a magazine subscription, T-post subscribers receive a new t-shirt every six weeks with an illustration on the front of the tee.

T-POST, THE WORLDS FIRST WEARABLE MAGAZINE!

April Issue “The Cosmos and Our Inner Child” Unveiled the 20th of April.

Stockholm, Sweden (April 17, 2007) – Hailing from Sweden, T-post is the worlds first wearable magazine. Just as one would subscribe to Time Magazine, Der Spiegel, or the Guardian, fashionistas and news junkies alike can get thought provoking current events printed on designer t-shirts. Similar to a magazine subscription, T-post subscribers receive a new t-shirt every 6 weeks with a illustration on the front of the tee that echoes a captivating narrative printed on the inside of the t-shirt.

TRUE CHIC - Autumn/winter Collection

COLOURS LIKE FIREWORKS, PROPOSALS OF LIGHT AND GLITTER FOR THE NEW MAKE-UP “TRUE CHIC” BY NOUBA.
A STRONG AND COMPOSED DIRECTION ENPHASISING THE MAGNIFICENCE OF THIS COLLECTION.

RAINBOW EYELINER n°22, n°23, n°25, n°26, n°27, n°28, n°29.
PEARLED EYELINER, WITH GLITTER, AVAILABLE IN SEVEN COLOUR SCHEMES.
LIGHTENING FLASHS THAT GIVE THE EYE LOOK BRILLIANCE AND SOPHISTICATED FEMININITY.

British Hairdressing Awards 2006 Finalists Announced

Hairdressers Journal International is delighted to announce the finalists for the nine regional and six specialist categories for the British Hairdressing Awards 2006.

In 1985, the British Hairdressing Awards - presented by the Hairdressers Journal International and sponsored by Schwarzkopf Professional - were launched to reward hairdressers who were pushing the boundaries of hairdressing forward, creating and setting the trends and excelling in this competitive industry. Today, the British Hairdressing Awards are cited as the “Oscars’ of the hairdressing world.

The Perfect Red Lipstick from Colorlab Custom Cosmetics

Autumn 2006 sees the return of the red lipstick as a key makeup trend. Traditionally, finding the perfect red lipstick has proved difficult and often takes several purchases!

This no longer needs to be the case as getting the perfect shade of red is easy with Colorlab Custom Cosmetics.

Lipsticks are custom blended at the Colorlab counter to the customer’s unique specifications and any adjustments are made during the creation process.

Hot Cows aim to titillate tired eyes

Advertising by traditional means is no longer the cash cow it once was, and the sacred cow that is established marketing is being shunned by ad-weary consumers. The industry needs fresh ideas fast. Could the answer everyone is looking for be…a ‘Hot Cow’?

Leaf through the international marketing press since January, past the usual market predictions, analysis and opinion pieces and you’ll find a faint, but increasingly recurrent, cry for help.

Print journalism ‘more prestigious than online’

A poll by news and features syndication site greatreporter.com shows two thirds of reporters still think print pips the post in prestige over web journalism...

In the online poll, 66 per cent of respondents said they agreed with the statement: ‘Print journalism is more prestigious than online'.

A quarter of voters said they didn't agree with the statement, and a further seven per cent said they were undecided.

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