It can be said, without a doubt, that the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show is one of the most anticipated events of the year for many people. Referred to as the sexiest night on television, the VS Fashion Show is about more than just lingerie and wings; it's a major event for the brand and their biggest production of the year.
Ian Stewart, president of Done and Dusted, one of the major companies behind the event, shared a few tips on having a successful event with Entrepreneur. Done and Dusted has been a part of the VS Fashion Show for over ten years and are set to continue working with the brand for the 2015 show, airing on December 8th.
1. Understand the brand.
2. Keep it eye-pleasing.
3. Recruit the right ambassadors.
4. Offer social media peeks.
5. Pique press interest.
6. Tweak according to feedback.
7. Trust your team.
8. Adapt and evolve.
While some of these tips may be self-explanatory, you can read more about what Stewart recommends here. Keep Stewart's tips in mind when planning your next event, and don't forget to tune into the VS Fashion Show on December 8th!
Fashion advertisements have been many things over the years; fierce, classic, and empowering are just a few words that come to mind. We all have ads that we love and I want to share a few of my favorites with you.
With the recent hype over Kendall Jenner being named the new face of Calvin Klein, I feel like we have to start with a Calvin Klein ad from 1981, featuring Brooke Shields. While this picture is considered to be one of Calvin Klein's most controversial ads, due to the fact that Shields was only sixteen at the time, it is one of my favorites. I have to admit that Shields looks pretty fierce in this picture, even if she is only sixteen.
When I think about the All-American girl, I think of Springdale native Bridget Hall (shoutout to my fellow Arkansan!) Ralph Lauren ads always portray the epitome of American life featuring beautiful people in classic, well-tailored clothing and Hall was a huge part of this image in the 1990s. This particular advertisement remains one of my favorites even though it is almost 20 years old!
When it comes to a woman being president today, the idea is not completely out of this world but; in 1992, when this Donna Karan ad came out, the thought of a woman running our country was unheard of. The idea represented here is empowering to women everywhere and even featured the slogan "in women we trust." With the 2016 election right around the corner, do you think we will see Hillary in any Donna Karan pieces?
Hi friends! I'm Cally, an Arkansas native living in Nashville, TN. Here's a look inside my life, posts about products I love and probably a few too many Friends quotes!