7 04 2012


I don’t know. You click here, you click there, and you end up in places you find interesting. Nuff said.
This posting reminded me of just how well the Marketing Department at Tiffany’s have done over the years. Audrey Hepburn‘s spirit being the obvious attraction. I have known women who have positively gone moist at the mere hint of a pale blue bag though. No matter what the contents ultimately turn out to be. Sadly the bags themselves are now made in China and the ink smells funny.
Their in-store catalogues are free and full of pretty photographs though, if you’ve left your wallet at the office…
Ask nicely and they might let you have a bag to put it in.

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9 responses

7 04 2012
misfits' miscellany

I’m sure you know, they changed the end of the book for the film…and the tone.

7 04 2012
Quieter Elephant

Truman enough.

7 04 2012
misfits' miscellany

Sometimes unanswered comments are better than answered comments.

7 04 2012
Quieter Elephant

No FT?

7 04 2012
misfits' miscellany

EH, QE, FT?

7 04 2012
Quieter Elephant

I’m older than I thought.
The phrase died in 2006, it seems. 😦
http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2006/sep/28/financialtimes.marketingandpr

7 04 2012
misfits' miscellany

AH, TA, QE,
the FT means nothing to me,
it’s the sort of thing I’d use as desperate toilet paper in a stranger’s house.

8 04 2012
Quieter Elephant

From a purely technical perspective, I have much respect for the FT. Being on pink paper, it provides quite a challenge for colour printing which normally relies on Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black ink… on a WHITE background.

8 04 2012
misfits' miscellany

Audrey Hepburn, pink paper, when’s the Barbara Streisand post?

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