Gillette’s latest advert ‘We Believe’ and brand tag line revamp from ‘the best a man can get’ to ‘the best men can be’ is dividing opinions.
It’s made national headlines and has been watched over 5 million times in less than 48 hours and the controversial conversation is up for debate – does this help or hinder the #MeToo movement?
Continue reading “Creative Campaigns #30 – Gillette’s We Believe: The best a man can be”
Leave it out, I could do without the hassle surrounding what I’m about to announce. I’ve only got room in my life for love and support, ok?
I have finally given in and am watching…Love Island. It’s totally shit, trashy tv gold that has lured me away from Netflix even if it’s just for one hour a night. Continue reading “Love Island – yeah, yeah you’re fit but, my gosh don’t you know it!”
The libertine, the seducer, the swine! Don Giovanni flirted his way right into the hearts of the crowd, with the third in the series of the rabble rouser operas, at the Mayflower Theatre.
The Welsh National Opera held a trio of Italian operas at the iconic Southampton venue from some of the world’s greatest composers for its Spring season.
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Come on Vero, we want to know! Where’s all this hype come from?
The social media app has been around since 2013 and raised very little interest. Then in one weekend, it’s like it has launched for the first time and caused so much hype that people are scrabbling around to sign up and figure the app out.
What changed? Continue reading “The truth about Vero – positives, negatives and all that hype”
The rise of citizen journalism has brought about a wave of fake news sites. Parody accounts have arrived that mimic world events and poke fun at media headlines, or the lack of them.
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