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Vuitton Twitter Love Poems

Louis Vuitton flaunts women’s, men’s accessories via Twitter love poems Posted By Tricia Carr On February 7, 2013 @ 5:00 am In Apparel and accessories,Featured,Industry sectors,Internet,News | No Comments [1] Louis Vuitton Mini Icon Alma BB bag
French label Louis Vuitton is joining the social marketing efforts for its women’s Mini Icons handbag collection and new men’s accessories through a love poem Twitter campaign.

Items in the women’s Mini Mon Amour and men’s Gallant Love collections will converse via Twitter by writing mini love poems to each other. Louis Vuitton is using hashtags #MiniMonAmour, #GallantLove and #LVLove and linking to the respective commerce-enabled accessories sections of its Web site.

“Social media is inherently social, and people want to interact with people online – not corporate logos,” said Christine Kirk, CEO of Social Muse Communications[2], Los Angeles. “Louis Vuitton is being inventive and creative by essentially giving their handbags a personality.

“As …

Jack Spade Man

Accessorizing the Jack Spade ManBy - WWD
American preppy sensibility with a twist, brightly colored accessories and conversational furnishings define the young-at-heart spirit of the Jack Spade man.

Mardi Gras @ Randa NYO

Can you identify the mystery woman in the mask?

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Mardi Gras is a festival celebrating the events of Carnival, commencing on or after Epiphany and concluding on the day before Ash Wednesday, known as “Fat Tuesday”, in recognition of the copious fatty foods enjoyably consumed prior fasting for Lent, and not technically endorsed by the Randa Wellness program.
At Randa’s Design Center in Como, Italy Mardi Gras is called Martedi Grasso, it is the main event of Carnvale which originated in Ancient Rome during the festival of Saturn.
Importantly, Randa’s Logistics Hub in New Orleans is located at the heart and soul of American Mardi Gras.  Mardi Gras arrived in North America in the late 1600’s with the Le Moyne brothers who were sent by King Louis XIV to defend France’s claim on the territory of Louisiana. In New Orleans, Mardi Gras has expanded to become synonymous with the city and embraced by all residents. Mardi Gras celebra…