UK bans Diesel ads, India’s luxe kids, Fashionable shorts, Shulman honoured, Facebook fatigue?

Diesel Advert | Source: Diesel

Diesel Advert | Source: Diesel

Diesel banned from using ‘offensive’ ads (Reuters)
“Fashion label Diesel has been banned from using two adverts showing young women which a standards watchdog said were likely to cause serious offence.”

Global brands widening product portfolio in kids segment (Economic Times)
Kids are getting spoilt more than ever before with busy parents trying to make up for lack of time and presence through luxury goodies, triggering a march of global kid’s fashion brands… into the country.

Fashionable Shorts | These Movies Have Credits (T Magazine)
“In a time when the iPad has eclipsed the September issue, and editorial channels are growing while advertising page numbers are shrinking, luxury labels have to promote their collections somehow. The result? A fashion film movement, in full swing.”

Alexandra Shulman awarded Honorary degree by UCA (Telegraph)
“British Vogue’s Alexandra Shulman, was yesterday awarded a Master of Arts by The University for the Creative Arts. The MA acknowledges Shulman’s outstanding contribution to the fashion industry.”

Teens losing interest in Facebook (Biz Report)
“Of late there has been much speculation that Facebook is becoming a bit passé. New research from online gaming site Roiworld claims to illustrate clear signs of ‘Facebook Fatigue’ among teens.”