Claudia Schiffer’s new ebook curates iconic vogue pictures from the 90s

Claudia Schiffer’s new ebook curates iconic vogue pictures from the 90s

The birth of the supermodel in the 90s undoubtedly cemented the decade’s position as an iconic period in fashion history. This was largely thanks to the Big Six, as they were dubbed – Linda Evangelista, Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss, Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington and Claudia Schiffer – and led to the appeal of models crossing […]



Methods to Do Quarterly Content material Planning to 10x Content material Output

Methods to Do Quarterly Content material Planning to 10x Content material Output

Content planning is easily the most unenjoyable part of the entire content production and marketing process—just ask any digital marketer. Yet, it’s an essential component of content marketing that can’t be ignored if you want to 10x your content output. Not only will organization help you stay on top of things, but content planning helps […]



The altering nature of magnificence packaging

The altering nature of magnificence packaging

In a fiercely competitive market, packaging can make an enormous difference in which beauty products do best. Here we examine how sustainability and influencer marketing is affecting the look and feel of the beauty sector In 2020, the UK’s beauty industry was reportedly worth £27 billion, and has been valued at around $500 billion globally. […]



Author’s Burnout: 6 Useful Methods Any Author Can Use to Overcome Burnout

Author’s Burnout: 6 Useful Methods Any Author Can Use to Overcome Burnout

Have you ever started writing a book with a burst of energy and enthusiasm? Did you feel like your fingers were flying off the keyboards, and then somewhere in the manuscript…they stopped. Have you ever become a victim to writer’s burnout? At some point in the writing process, every writer feels exhausted. It’s hard work […]



10 Most-Learn Blogs on Management & Communication in Q3 2021

10 Most-Learn Blogs on Management & Communication in Q3 2021

This is the time of year I like to reflect on what’s worked well over the past several months, so I can take what has forward as I plan for the year ahead. If you find yourself with a few extra minutes, take a look here at some of our recent most-read content. There’s a […]



Michael Bailey-Gates’ images artfully redress gender roles

Michael Bailey-Gates’ images artfully redress gender roles

At first glance, Michael Bailey-Gates’ new book appears to be a compendium of traditional fashion photographs. Particularly towards the beginning, where studio backdrops and the drama of black and white shots combine in an evocation of glamorous shoots in high fashion magazines. However, the book, titled A Glint in the Kindling, quickly reveals itself to […]



Promoting the menopause

Promoting the menopause

“Knowledge really is power, so a key part of our purpose is to empower women with information and advice about the menopause so that they can make informed choices about what’s right for them,” says Helen Normoyle, co-founder of My Menopause Centre and former CMO of Boots. Together with Dr Clare Spencer, the pair launched […]



Mel D Cole’s highly effective photographs of American protest

Mel D Cole’s highly effective photographs of American protest

Mel D Cole started shooting music on a disposable camera back in 2001. The New York-based, self-taught photographer has since established himself as one of hip-hop’s most accomplished and celebrated photographers. Last year, he released his first book, Great: Photographs of Hip-Hop, which featured behind-the-scenes and live concert shots of superstars including Rihanna, Erykah Badu, […]



Devils embark on a journey of self-discovery in Moon Panda’s music video

Devils embark on a journey of self-discovery in Moon Panda’s music video

Denmark-based music duo Moon Panda have released their new song Vacationer, complete with an animated music video by London-based animator Simona Mehandzhieva. With the demonic characters and intensely saturated world, the animation sits somewhere in the same universe as Polly Nor and Adventure Time, with a dialled up use of striking graphics throughout. The story […]



Remembering David Kennedy

Remembering David Kennedy

Back in 2010 I flew from Amsterdam to Portland to ask David Kennedy’s permission to start a school in his name. The prospect of asking the most humble man in our business to share his name again to a creative accelerator programme for those that might not have a direct shot at the front door […]