Accessible luxury brand, Michael Kors are phasing out all animal fur products by the end of 2018. The changing winds in consumer taste is forcing many brands to relook at their luxury lines, something that will make the animal activists feel they have won a great battle.
The series of shots, that are inspired by Kim & Kanye's tabloid images, have a real and wild feel at times. The campaign's fresh and raw approach has helped its trending online.
Adidas expects to close down stores as part of a shift towards selling more goods online.
In an interview with the Financial Times, Kasper Rorsted said "over time, we will have fewer stores but they will be better," adding that over the coming year the number of Adidas stores was expected to contract slightly.
"Our website is the most important store we have in the world."
Adidas, which wants to double its e-commerce sales to €4 billion ($4.91 billion) by 2020 from the €1.6 billion it hit last year, with 2,500 stores globally and 13,000 additional mono-branded franchise stores, the Financial Times have said.
The first campaign video got launched on 7th Jan during the Golden Globes. We love the tag line " Everyone deserves a comeback " which is a direct play at Winona's career and the L'Oreal Paris's Elvive line of products.