“Beauty is a big, exciting space to play on. So many brands, so much newness happening.” But it’s what you do with that space and those brands that counts and not for the first time DFS has put on a masterclass.
Hey presto, like a magician pulling a rabbit out of a hat, with the adept deployment of a strategically placed dot CDFG created Dottie as an emblem of its world-class shopping offer.
Chris Lee, delicate, almost bird-like in her androgynous beauty, was the star of the show, generating a rapturous reaction from hundreds of fans gathered for the event launch.
And so my readers will just have to take my word for it and my colleague stay with her husband. Yes, I did meet, chat and have my photo taken with Keanu Reeves. But like my life in general, the moment passed by in a blur.
I can see our apartment but two red lines on a testing kit have been ensuring I cannot actually enter it since my return from France on Monday.
It’s great to be back in a city that shares the same nocturnal habits as my website.
The sense of national and social duty, fundamental to the company’s ethos of the last 28 years, has never burned more brightly nor more urgently.
Talk about ‘The website that never sleeps’; this week it has never looked like getting a single wink.
I have written so many words about this beautiful island province since the pandemic began and to be unable to visit due to the crisis has been an immense professional frustration. Now the waiting is over.
British actress Jodie Comer (Killing Eve) is a Global Ambassador while Christy Turlington has just been named Noble Panacea’s new ‘Fundamental Changemaker in Residence’. Clearly not a brand that does things by halves.
Exquisite. As was the wine selection, all chosen by Chim – a wine aficionado – from his extensive home cellar. Not quite so extensive by the time we finished.
Just like those designer bags that declare ‘Paris – Rome – London – New York’, I am pondering new company branding featuring a logo that proclaims Ystradgynlais – Galway – Brentford – Discovery Bay. It’s got a certain finesse, you must admit.
On an extraordinary evening, each food course – typically Jamaican of course – was paired with an Appleton rum.