28 Burst results for "Burberry"

Herbal Antibiotics and Gut Flora

The Plant Path

06:00 min | 2 months ago

Herbal Antibiotics and Gut Flora

"Hey everybody say John Popham. Here founded the school of Evolutionary herbalism, and it's QNA day today and. This week's question that I wanted to share with you all is. Is a very interesting question that comes up from time to time in regards to weather and herb can actually work like an antibiotic and possible benefits and possible risks. and terms of using herbs to treat pathogenic infections, and I think this is pretty relevant topic these days as we are in the midst of the whole Covid, nineteen situation and I'm seeing more and more people reaching out. To plants as ways of strengthening your immune system and wanting to look at antiviral antibacterial herbs, and how to protect themselves and their family. But as most of US know. Standard, antibiotics can have pretty detrimental effects on the body specifically in regards to the Gut Flora so in this week's Cuna. We're GONNA be talking about antiseptic antimicrobial plants, and they're kind of weighing their benefits and risks, and also kind of a what I think is a really excellent discussion in terms of the difference between how an herbal medicine works in the human organism in contrast to how a lot of pharmaceutical medications, specifically antibiotics work in the human organism. So I hope you enjoy the question answer for this week I question number one here is. Coming to us from Sharing Lemay and Materia Medica monthly. And Sharon his asking since Lemay kills off micro-organisms, is there a danger? It will destroy our gut flora the same way an antibiotic would especially if we drink it as a tea. Does using the tincture, keep it in the respiratory system, so it never gets down into the gut in any meaningful strength, so when used for a cold slash flu situation, the Gut Flora are not impacted, although since also affects the urinary tract. It seems its powers. Go throughout the body, so I'm just wondering if we are nuking. Gut Flora with Lemay mation great question Sharon. This is actually. This question brings up some really interesting dynamics. I think in the way that we think about how an herbal medicine works in contrast to how drugs work right. So this is a question that I actually quite a bit not just around lamasion, but around other herbs to especially see this one a lot with a lot of the. In containing plants. High drastic candidate insists golden seal. Mahoney Aquaphor Liam. Grape a cop, this or gold thread. Really any plant that you look it up in your book and you see. Anti Microbial. Antibacterial Oh. Is this going to adversely affect the Gut Flora? Generally speaking, I think the best answer to that question is for the most no. Obviously I don't really know if there's been a whole lot of scientific research where they measured someone's Gut, Flora. And then they took you know some of these whole plants. Or tinctures teas of these plants, and then measured it again and found that they were adversely affected. I'm not sure if that exists but from a clinical perspective. Through utilizing these remedies, we don't really see any of the. After effects that are pretty common. From as Sharon said, nuking the Gut Flora with an antibiotic right, which be off. Fatigue or post antibiotic use. Digestive imbalances. It's really common these days for. People to have digestive symptoms, digestive issues, and when we really do some digging in to the case and figure out we'll. When did it start a lot of times? You can trace it back to a time when that person was put on around of antibiotics, so it's really common. I've used a lot of verbs that are typically considered anti microbial antibacterial herbs and haven't seen anything that would indicate that it's adversely affecting the gut flora, and especially in the case with limitation. This is not something that I've seen. One study that was done. On a burberry isolate right so this would be isolated. An isolated alkaloid right Bergreen the. Famous alkaloid that we find in Goldenseal and Oregon grape grapefruit that has been demonstrated to have very strong antibacterial property. burberry isolate was administered to people in doses. I would say higher than you're going to probably be able to get from taking capsules or drinking, tea, or taking a tincture and. There was no. Signs of any type of Gut Flora imbalance, and that was actually a study that was done where they measured the Gut Flora, and after a period of time of administering pure burberry alkaloids, they did not see adversely affecting the gut flora

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"burberry" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:38 min | 3 months ago

"burberry" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Like we have at Burberry not how they're taking even a wave more of our constitutional rights from the elderly living assisted living nursing homes or any type of carefully even if it's a disabled my ale barely adult child like say it back to them they don't talk about how they're taking their rights away more they're not allowed to go out have family go anywhere and they say you could but they don't have to welcome you back well I again I mean I think that they are there certain health public health restrictions that can be taken one of these dangers that we've seen is that these these old age homes rising homes are becoming just hot beds of death for called the nineteen in fact eighty percent of all deaths in New Jersey were at nursing home something like fifty percent of all deaths across the United States and Europe have been nursing homes or assisted living facility so greater caution saying like you can go out but if you come back we're gonna have to test you and you may have to stay out for a few days and that that doesn't sound they're not even able to me by restricting people entirely by saying okay so you want to consent to a relative coming in and that person is gonna wear masking their gonna come see you and then you're gonna stay in your room like that there's certain restrictions that they're just not allowing certain people to make decisions and if you're not allowed to make a decision that seems to be very different then you can make a decision but there are consequences I do think the present you know protecting the old age homes right now is obviously a top priority and you don't want a situation like you had New York where Cuomo was literally forcing him to take back in people who he knew had called in nineteen yes and I've I've heard that our governor is doing the same but you know I haven't seen like proof of it and of course they're not given the option to stay up you come back we'll have to test your anything like that they just saying literally you know we're likely not going to bring you back because I even asked the regional director or my father that excuse me and they won't come out there you have to make them to get even that much answer like well you can but yeah if I won't be able to be unclear about about a lot of yeah and and that that's unfortunate I really appreciate the call Samantha in Denver Colorado on conscription before it's not the hi Ben always a pleasure to talk to you so my question is are you know I'm starting with my life so I I made the choice you know just see what was happening in our country and you know it's a lot of leftist legislation in people living there right and our freedoms and a lot of policy that I disagree with that I made the choice to run for office which was you know my way of you know doing what I can do like you know being part of changing things and turning our country around at this point you know at the margin what is happening across the country I'm wondering is not even enough you know especially with the black lives matter movement an anti fat and all of this chaos that seems to be taking over you know it's not me it's not even a policy issue anymore it do we need more conservative people stepping up and pointing out you know where is you know where there's hate and there's anger in this division is coming from pointing out the lies in being louder these conservative people are still afraid to speak up you're free to do anything but so many people are wondering what can I do and I'd like her to focus on what sorry go ahead you're exactly right I mean it's it's it's an actual collective action problems one of the things that that you're hearing right now is people you know who working in corporations and and their corporate in the corporate bosses are saying things like well you need to acknowledge your white privilege or you need to acknowledge stomach racism and people feeling like okay I'll either keep silent because of the rising to get fired for not doing what my boss says that that I should do if this continues people are just going to leave their jobs because they're gonna say listen I'm all in favor of saving black lives because who the hell isn't everyone who is decent in favor of that but if you want me to buy into a narrative that America that's false I'd rather not work here and there the alternate businesses started along these lines left is an incredible job of dividing the country in massive ways and basically segregating the country by politics and and that's going to that's going to continue and the the the attempted right break down of the country into two polarized groups that that is what the left the preferred this is why the politicizing searching for politicized areas of American life and I understand all the people who are saying listen I gotta feed my family and that means that I have to write a basically yeah that that I have to basically L. yeah go along get along I I I get all of that that's why I said to people that if you want to you know keep burning living sometimes you do have to keep your head down and just ignore some of stupidity that's that's going on around you but you are you are correct that the the left is culturally Senate right now and because the left is culturally ascendant they've decided they're going to use all tools at their disposal include including bullying and cajoling people who just simply disagree and honestly I think the only cure for that is going to come a little bit down the road when there are people who say okay you know what I'm I'm not working here anymore and starting my own business in the same line and I'm gonna compete with this other business because I just don't feel like going along with with any of this yeah I did that and none of that is a referendum it's amazing you have to say this clearly and and and make it obvious because he won what letter so disingenuous none of that is to say that anyone disagrees with the idea that black people should have the exact same level of safety and security of the United States as everybody else in the United States we all agree on that the point is that people are out in silence on the key issue which is is America systemically evil and if you say that it is not you could be fired these days I understand why people are keeping silent about it but it isn't the dangerous when left has full run of the full run of the shop at this point well I'm not you know not to get too much of your time but you know at one of the huge issues if people don't understand what the black lives matter movement what the basis of it at that you know ninety percent of people never even another website yet they're standing for that organization as for the you know fundamental breakdown of America and you know so at this point is it is like if you're fighting for right correct very conservative policy is going to help or is it standing up you know all of us to standing up and saying no like where we have to point out where the problems are and we can we can't be afraid to point those out versus just trying to sit back and be a part of you know something that isn't even a problem which of policy I mean there's a lot that doesn't seem to be the foundation that's right I also think it's one of the reasons why the the I I've mentioned before that the the term black lives matter I is now eight term of semantic overload that's a linguistics term it means that actually means to separate things one of them is quite good one of them is quite not and one that is quite good as the idea the black lives matter the the one that is quite not as the actual organization black lives matter which is you know run through with with radicalism and and terrible ideas and anti semitism and all the rest so you know that is that is something that we should keep an eye on obviously Samantha I appreciate the call Daniel in New York on the bench perishable for Daniel Hey man what's your opinion on the pros and cons of.

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Weird Growth Experiment: What Neil Learned Spending $162,301 on Clothes

Marketing School

05:30 min | 6 months ago

Weird Growth Experiment: What Neil Learned Spending $162,301 on Clothes

"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Patel and today we're GonNa talk about a weird growth experiment which is really what Neil learn over one hundred sixty two thousand dollars on clothes so Neil. This is fun episode. Because you're GONNA do most of the heavy lifting so what exactly happened here because he actually wrote something about this a while back as a blog post so tell us what happened so years ago when I was less known house out there hustling much more. I need to go back to doing that. I decided to try to run an experiment. Where if I dress nicer would I be able to charge people more money and make more money so I decided to spend a ton of money on clothes? I probably spend too much and when I would go to business meetings. I'll make shows super nice. You know and see if it would help me. Close more deals in generate more income. Got IT and so. Tell us the process here. I mean the the one hundred sixty two thousand. Did you pick out the clothes? Like what did you do exactly? What kind of clothes were you wearing at in? Pick why she closed or anything like that. I picked me these suits briefcases nice shoes. Think of business attire. But extremely nice business attire things like dull Jacobina Tom for burberry Tana Kashmir little beyond stuff like that Yup. Did you pick up the stuff yourself? I had other people helped me pick out the clothes so what I quickly learned is mainly did this when I was in Las Vegas and I was living there and I lived literally right on the strips. Also close to a lot of the shopping. What I learned is if you spend enough they actually come to your house with racks of Clothes Anna Taylor you. They don't charge you extra for that. They just bring stuff you try it on you get fitted and then once it's done they bring it back to your house and by the way I mean some of that's you still have that look like whenever people see you. It's not like you're wearing suits all the time. It's your worrying. You have a casual look but it's nice clothes correct correct yes well technically now just like a bum. There's nothing wrong with being Bomba. I dress really poorly at this point. I thought you're still wearing nice. You just like a bomb. But you're still wearing nice stuff. Probably might t shirts four hundred dollars so my point is when you look at Neil. He dresses fairly casually. But you can tell. It's still nice stuff. I think that's the point. I'm trying to get people to visualize it a little bit. So maybe let's talk about the before and after results before maybe you weren't wearing as nice stuff and then you started wearing nice stuff like what exactly happened. Can you share any case studies? Yeah so when I go to in person meetings to try to close deals Mike. Closing ratio went up from twenty five percent to forty percent which was huge and innocence brought me over six hundred ninety two thousand dollars in revenue now. That doesn't mean prophecy. That doesn't necessarily mean it pays for the close. It just means I brought in extra revenue and keep them on pitching enterprise big corporations and I think why it worked really well was is because people like all right this guy successful portraying a bigger company and yet. Maybe he's worth the price that he's quoting. I also do believe that its regional base. You know places like Los Angeles Seattle New York Chicago. I think it matters a bit more places like San Francisco. I don't think it matters as much. Yup that's completely true and I mean I mean the typical look as you're wearing like Patagonia vast or something like that and then you're wearing all birds and you're good to go exactly and I also think it depends what phase you are in life because depending on what phase you are in life in business Helps as much in Class A fear. Reid Hoffman Co founder of link Denmark. I don't think it matters what you wear your hundred percent so I mean that's a four point. Three X return to six ninety two on the one sixty two so I guess you know looking at things from a personal experience here. I used to just have a backpack like a normal back. You know meal night. We have a late friend named Brandon who he had kind of a similar back as I do. We look like school kids but once you switched up his backpack to a nice Pat toomey backpack. That's T U M I. He said like everything changed. When you went to route people will compliment on his backpack and then he would get seen a little differently even though he dressed casually. I changed my backpack and I know how to me backpack to and I will say I get a lot of Nice comments about it and people do the first impression how people see you. You'll get one chance to make it right so you know. Even let's say you still want to continue to dress casually that's fine. Maybe you look at the other stuff. Maybe the briefcase right or maybe look at the backpack because you do typically get a couple of nice comments about like Neil the briefcase you have generally. It's always something people talk about right not anymore because I have a child and she plays with the zippers breaks. It and all that kind of stuff in the east you. Yeah makes sense so yeah guys. I don't think you necessarily need to spend one hundred sixty two thousand dollars on clothes. I think we're just saying Zara or any place has affordable clothing. Alex Niccolo unique goes good. I don't know where you go for female codes. Nic Business Attire. It's not necessarily the price it's more so the fit. Yep exactly I that's a really good point you don't necessarily is spent thousands of thousands of dollars if you get a good Taylor. That's probably a little more important on to make sure things look fit. They look a million bucks.

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Here's what this US coronavirus survivor in Seattle learned when she was sick

Bernie and Sid in the Morning

07:34 min | 7 months ago

Here's what this US coronavirus survivor in Seattle learned when she was sick

"This next story this segment you gonna listen to hear folks should give you hope I mean you hear nothing but dire news bad news all this woman we have on the line now this nice lady Elizabeth Snyder she's from Seattle she has a doctorate in bio engineering and she survived the coronavirus Elizabeth good morning to you hi good morning Bernie and said it's great the package what is the I love New York City and I I want to come back in now that the flights are cheap and I recovered I have immunity maybe I'll be there in the near future I like a lot you got a great attitude I know I don't even know if you have a muted I've heard of examples of people getting it twice I hate to bring it down but in your case you're very very upbeat you survive the coronavirus tell us about your deal tell us about how you first became aware that you actually had this virus yeah that's a great question so I actually initially when I got sick I thought I just had a nasty flu like symptoms Burberry and line with what you would get if you came down with the flu and I initially did not think I have a corona virus because I had no cost they had no shortness of breath I had no respiratory distress or any respiratory issues those really only when I started chatting with a group of friends of mine who all got sick at the exact same time three days after attending a party that we started to get a little suspicious and many of my friends went to the doctor I myself did not go because I was recovering on my own and I think that I thought I had the flu my friends have gone to the doctor and the doctors just tested for flu it came back negative we're all getting a little bit frustrated enough that police one of my friends found that there was a local research study here in Seattle called the Seattle to study and it's a joint collaboration between university of Washington Seattle children's and perhaps they were just testing for the flu as part of a study on community transmission of influenza but they recently started testing for coronavirus so we also spent ten ten naval quads simple to just kind of you know cross our fingers and hope for the best we were curious to know if we had current virus but we weren't you know particularly sure we had it and sure enough I got a call this past Saturday on March seventh from the research coordinator with the study saying my sample tested positive Lizabeth Snyder thirty seven years old live now in Seattle Washington had the virus corona and does doing much better today survived of course I thought was kind of cute when I read the story of how much a list that you know your symptoms subsided by the time you found out you had corona you'll you're not at your work you're actually getting better already so when you found out you how do you like I don't know it's kind of cool I'll be like probably site depicts permit yes that's correct I would say at first I was a little shocked because as I mentioned I just thought that I had the flu and perfectly honest if I hadn't been tested that what I would have thought and yes when I got the call on Saturday I was feeling better I was upbeat and the sun came out in Seattle I was enjoying my Saturday in fact I was planning to have a friend over that evening to play board games so yeah I was a little shocked but I was not scared I didn't panic I wasn't worried because as I said at that point I had pretty much you're covered I did kind of think it was pretty cool in a way because at that point I knew there weren't that many people in the United States that had contracted it and as you mentioned at the beginning of the segment I do have a PhD in bioengineering I did molecular biology research in college and graduate school and I work for a biotechnology company here in Seattle so I think from an intellectual curiosity perspective I thought it was kind of interesting so a Lisbon Snyder from Seattle again a doctorate in bio engineering of course Washington state one of the highest the highest number of cases of coronavirus and Lizabeth to tell us about for example how many days you suffered from this coronavirus and how big did it get while you're going through it so I fell down thank and found that I was feeling unwell on it you pay it was Tuesday February twenty fifth there's actually three days after that okay that party that I mentioned in the evening my temperature spike two hundred and three so that was a little alarming I can't remember the last time in my adult life I've had a hundred to three degree fever so I thought queen and it was the most severe apart from that however I just had a headache I had intense body aches I had a lot of fatigue I started feeling a little bit contracted and these are all symptoms of a common cold or you know and nasty flu and I did not have any respiratory symptoms as I mentioned earlier I didn't have a cost I didn't have shortness of breath I didn't have any chest tightness so thankfully the next day after I started feeling sick my fever came down to a hundred and one they just add did self care and I took over the counter medications and drink a lot of water I would say that the entire duration of my illness was about eight days and that's when I immediately one evening I was watching television and I automatically kind of felt this sort of like fog you know that you get all over your body and in your head when your steak it's a sort of listed and I felt my energy package back to normal well you know to be honest here you fall in the category of people who what you want those what you're supposed to thirty seven years old eighty I I I gather you're in good shape having had a bunch of medical history issues before so it's not shocking that you will have this for seven or eight days and your okay I think what what people are going to say is I hate it when grateful Isabel Schneider but you know my uncle's eighty and he just had a heart attack or his lungs aren't good and then she's going to make it sound like it was kind of cool I got it is not that big a deal but I know you're on record saying listen listen I was okay that doesn't mean that other people shouldn't take the proper precautions that's correct you know one of the takeaways but I have from this experience is that the symptoms are varied and just because you don't have you know cost and shortness of breath and chest tightness doesn't mean that it's not coded nineteen and so you know I think at this point right now the best thing that we can do in the community is anyone who is experiencing any of these terms and please try and stay home from work train arrange something with your employer if you have limited time or if you can work from home in please do so by yourself for fourteen days because there are people in our community who are elderly and your no fault of their own have you no underlying health condition or someone who's a concert you know or you know have had major surgery and they're the most vulnerable but I would say that you know I think as this thing progresses we're gonna find more and more people coming out as testing positive people like myself who who have recovered so it remains to be seen how quote unquote deadliest viruses compared to influence that but you know I think that this whole experience should remind us that this is not something that we should practice just in a time of crisis like right now at the cove in nineteen outbreak this is something we should practice all year long when you get sick or even a

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California Becomes First State to Ban Fur Production and Sales

Pop Fashion

03:45 min | 1 year ago

California Becomes First State to Ban Fur Production and Sales

"I don't have a funny quip about California so let's move on California he is a state in the United States and it is the first US state to ban animal for products the governor signed a bill over the weekend? that will bar residents from selling or making clothing shoes or handbags with I starting in twenty twenty three animal rights groups are obviously cheering about this development the proposal was vigorously opposed by the US for industry and the for Information Council of America has already threatened to Sue San Francisco and Los Angeles already had bans on trapping and sale Call A. for so those were two cities in the state of California where you couldn't really deal in for but this is the first Statewide ban here's what it doesn't apply to it does not apply to you used products or those made for religious or tribal purposes it excludes the sale of leather dog and cat fur cow-hides deer sheep and goats skin at anything preserved through taxidermy yeah so that's happening so you could still have vintage for as what is saying keep that also some pro for groups are saying listen this is not really being thought through because if you do fo- for that could be bad for the environment too because all the plastics chemicals which is not wrong but I think you could have two things happening simultaneously right I'm very confused by this dog and cat fur thing and I don't like it whatever it is I'm not not aboard do not support but I am into the restriction ends on producing or selling mink Chinchilla rabbit or other animals this is a huge event for animal rights activists it doesn't surprise me that is coming out of California I because those cities that you mentioned were so on board with getting underway I'm wondering if other states are going to follow suit what do you think as California goes so does the country right I don't think that's actually a saying does it arguably one of the leaders in the US fashion industry like when you think of Fashion Hud you have la you have New York which is at a different scale than la La has like larger manufacturing units New York has a lot of the offices and smaller manufacturing units got a little bit in the Carolinas you've got a little bit in the Detroit Area I think if you're looking yeah in Nashville and if you're looking for the the biggest impact the quickest for this it's going to be in California but I think a lot of people will voluntarily get on board with this especially if they're doing business with fashion houses that are based in California or have manufacturing units and California the the past two years we've seen a lot of movement within the fashion industry to start not using our products and there's kind of a snowball effect for instance Chanel Prada Gucci and burberry all said that they are going to use for anymore and they're minds and of course those aren't US base but there is kind of this effect where it's picking up steam so I'm interested to see what happens next

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Turkish, US officials meet for talks

Monocle 24: The Briefing

04:02 min | 1 year ago

Turkish, US officials meet for talks

"Thought the trains keep running and we'll look at the week's luxury news to segram aspera derozan and form burberry c._e._o. Rosemary bravo that's ahead on the briefing starting now and welcome to today's edition of the briefing we will start without news panel today and i'm joined today by the political analyst and former bbc political correspondent carol walker and tim marshall editor of the what and the why dot com and the author of shadow play behind the lines and under fire. Welcome both to the studio. We will start today in ankara where u._s. Military officials have arrived for talks walks aimed at stopping turkey from carrying out attacks on washington's kurdish allies in syria. Now of course this is a very broad wide ranging story. That has a lot many many years of context to it. We will attempt to bring things up to speed. I asked him turkey and the u._s. Have of course been in deep disagreement however the syria conflict for months now all these talks likely to change anything at home depends which diplomatic firepower is still left on the american side in this relationship this comes on the back of excuse me last month decision of turkey taking delivery of russia's s. four hundred missile defense system now a nato country buying its missile defense system from russia is quite an act and the americans pins were absolutely furious about it and said right. We're not selling you. The one hundred thirty five jet fighters state of the art which you ordered. It's cancelled so the relationship ship had been deteriorating even before that really went down last month and f one in the face of the teeth of american opposition says no. I'm still going ahead with this invasion about twenty miles down into <hes> syria that were done it two or three times before but this time he sang when it go east of euphrates and that's key because east of the freighters is where the main wipe e. G. forces our kurdish forces and amongst them. There's is one thousand american troops so it's actually going to attack the white p._g. The american troops are in the middle of it so that that's why it's so dangerous <hes> so let's see what comes is out of it. <hes> mark s for the new defense secretary has said it would be unacceptable and he sent a team to turkey. We don't know the outcome that said u._s. Officials have been describing the talks because they last ditch effort to convince turkey not to launch a unilateral attack carol. I mean as far as diplomatic language is concerned that doesn't sound so positive no and and this is clearly as tim has mentioned something that has been looming for months years and it appears that turkey which has long been. I'm very worried about the kurds controlling that section syria are looking at the grinding and the long syrian syrian civil war and are concerned the those <hes> kurds which they see as aiding and abetting the kurdish insurgency surgency inside t turkey the turk the turkish government early one and are clearly very worried that as this long long conflict draws to to a close the kurds will make that a permanent piece of territory which they carved out leaving a permanent threat threat as the turkey sees it to its own integrity further to that turkey's got some three and a half million million refugees from the syrian conflict and many of them are in that area it really wants to see a scenario where they could go home <hes> but the american and turkish objectives in this are directly contrary the u._s. of long seen these kurdish forces as an

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"burberry" Discussed on Pop Fashion

Pop Fashion

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"burberry" Discussed on Pop Fashion

"On BBN. Be next story. Burberry is going to go plastic free by twenty twenty five at least. That's what's in the plan. Yes. By the end of this year Burberry is going to replace all of their current hangers and will launch a hangar. Take back program covers for shopping bags will be made from at least thirty percent bioplastics and will be Compostable by the end of the year by twenty twenty five the company wants all of its plastic packaging to be reusable recyclable or composed -able. The company has eliminated a plastic laminated from its retail bags and garment covers reducing the use of twenty nine tons of plastic. The company is also launching new packaging. They now have paper packaging using fiber from recycled coffee cups. Who knew they've up cycled over eleven million cups and two thousand four Burberry started placing sustainability at the core of the company's mission. That's what they say and 2017 launched strategy about being more environmentally responsible. And the company is looking into more sustainable materials. Leeza what do you think about this initiative? Well, if you wanted to get an idea about a hangar take back program, you could've asked any dry cleaner in the universe. I don't know too many retailers. You think this through though, no on the retail level? No, I guess target. They ask if you want the hangars or not, and it's like, what do I need that hanger? You can keep that shit. But thank you when we look back on this time like the seventeen eighteen nineteen era years from now, this is going to be the time when the change starts in terms of brands big brands doing bigger things for sustainability. I don't necessarily think that they're all gonna save the world in these few years. But I think if we're going to be looking at when the tide started to turn in terms of big brands latching on instead of just individuals advocating for change. I think this is this is a turning point in. It's not just going to be cool to do this stuff. It is going to be an imperative to do the stuff. Because remember Burberry is the brand who burned thirty six million dollars worth of clothes. And so they have to do some serious PR about sustainability, and what they're just being held more accountable. I do believe if they've had a sustainability idea that they've talked about within the company for many years that makes sense to me. But it's like the left hand doesn't know what the right hand is doing if you're burning clothes come on. So something is going wrong there. So I don't know if this is like addressing the entire issue that they need to address. But I do appreciate that. They're trying to reduce plastic. It's such a huge issue that I think we're more and more becoming aware of that. Like, oh my gosh. It's killing everything we've got address it just like you said like, it's not going to become something. That's a thoughtful gesture it's going to be come absolutely necessary in the future. Yeah. It's not greenwashing. If they meet these targets, you know, it's greenwashing to do campaigns or to do brand. Nding that's along the lines of being eager friendly without taking real action. Right. But if brands are starting to make real change in terms of how they source how they how they do their supply chain, and like obtain materials and reuse materials, it could be significant. So Burberry glad you getting it together. At least that's what it seems like allegedly. No. I mean, it's exciting. It's exciting moves. But you know, they're still that like little sidebar of out there. You know? So like, I'll believe it when I see and then I'll get really excited, that's the end of our fashion. News moving onto listener. Food here we have one from Emily says, hi, girls, first of all, you guys are fabulous. And I love listening to your.

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Instagram Rolls Out In-App Purchases

Business Wars Daily

04:08 min | 1 year ago

Instagram Rolls Out In-App Purchases

"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by central online from Pitney Bowes. They make it easy to save time and money. No matter what you ship or male. You can try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale. But only by visiting PB dot com slash b w daily. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this Monday, March twenty fifth Instagram is rolling out an inept purchasing feature called checkout. Once it's fully in place shoppers enticed by the latest lipstick or stickers will no longer have to click through to a brand's website. Instead, they're likely to take impulse purchasing to an exponentially greater level because they'll be able to purchase instantly right there on their social media feed. Checkout will potentially be extremely lucrative for Facebook. Instagram's owner Instagram stance to generate significant revenue through the fees. It will charge sellers to make their posts shop -able while this is big news for Facebook. It's not a sudden development Instagram has about a billion users of month and growing the majority are between ages eighteen and thirty four and they're eating up posts showing off fashion beauty and lifestyle products. Sure Instagram is known for influence. Like the Kardashians and Taylor swift who leveraged their celebrity status to get their followers to buy products. Featured in there feeds, but the AP actually already tries to streamline ecommerce by allowing brands to tag images with product information every month about one hundred thirty million users, click on those tag posts and then click through to sites outside Instagram, but many who click through to brands websites find the process cumbersome as a result. They frequently abandoned their shopping carts. The Wall Street Journal quoted Instagram's v shell Shaw on the problem and why the new checkout feature is such a natural development. According to Shaw, people were already shopping on Instagram. They were just having a hard time. Doing it initially checkout will be limited to about twenty brands including Burberry Nike and revolve. When you click on an image will be asked for your Email address, followed by order and payment information observers say this move part of a larger investment Instagram is making shopping. Is the future of Facebook. It's also a shot over the bow at Amazon currently the default option for many online shoppers, but checkout could disrupt that Amazon habit for Instagram who are already scrolling through their gorgeous feed several times a day. Why leave the feed to go search Amazon when those enticing pictures are coming straight to you after all that's a potential habit change that could leave Amazon a few slow clicks away. However, Instagram pushes ideas, at you, you turn to Amazon to search for something precise that you need. So the new rivalry may not yet pose much danger to Amazon notice I said yet. From wondering this business worse daily? Hey, if you like our show, give us a five star rating on your favorite podcast app. Would you? Thanks. I'm David Brown. We'll see you tomorrow. This episode of business worse. Daily is brought to you by sin pro online from Pitney Bowes Centro online makes it easy to save time and money, no matter what you ship or male, plus you can print shipping, labels and stamps, right? From your desk with San pro software. You can compare rates between shipping carriers and gain access to special USPS savings. You can try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale, but only by visiting PB dot com slash BWI daily. That's PB dot com slash BW daily.

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All eyes on the Samsung Galaxy Fold (The 3:59, Ep. 523)

The 3:59

04:37 min | 1 year ago

All eyes on the Samsung Galaxy Fold (The 3:59, Ep. 523)

"Three fifty nine. I'm Ben FOX Ruben. I'm Alford ING for the tenth anniversary of the galaxy s phone Samsung revealed in array of new gear at its unpack vent Wednesday. The big attention grabber was of course, the galaxy fold a foldable phone Samsung's been teasing for years. It's got a four point six inch display in the front that then folds out to a seven point three inch display. Holy smokes. It's also just under two thousand dollars. Alfred who do you think is actually going to buy this thing? I don't think anyone's really going to buy it. I don't I it looks really cool. But you know, somebody he writes I wanted to get it. If CBS was willing to pay for it. But it turns out that they are not going to get it for free. Yes. If somebody just gave it to me. Sure. I'll I'll take it and use it. But for two thousand dollars for something that's really not been proven yet. I don't know. I don't think that's really by this phone. They're going to be a bunch of leg early adopters. And is that just went to like show off at a party and Bill. Yeah, check this out that is not the majority of people like select handful, and you know, I don't think Samsung really has that kind of flex power that apple does. I think when the iphone ten came out like your phone to notch is got thousand dollar phone. I don't think Samsung has that same power for some reason. I don't know why was like oh while ago two thousand dollar phone four like definitely cooler features definitely more useful than like a notch. But you know, that level of flexing and luxury like early adoption. Kind of thing. I don't think that Samsung has that kind of power. It's a very good point that you mentioned apple has been pushing the that whole luxury brand stuff. Yeah. A very long time. They even brought in Burberry's former CEO to run its retail rations they for their retail shops. I remember I covered one. I think in the upper east side that was like a former Bank that was like, you know, tried to really make things look very luxurious. And they're like, hey, give us all your money. You're going to be one of the rich kids thing about how quickly like air pods became a giant flex, right? Like that was something only. Rich people have air pods, which I will admit on this podcast. We made fun of allied. What like galaxy buds like cost about the same price as airports? I guarantee you. They will not have that same reputation of being Affleck's in the same way that I don't think the fold will be like a flex device. I have a hard time agreeing with you on the fold just because it's that much more expensive, and it's so much more noticeable as a thing the non. Yeah, it's noticeable. But it's not as noticeable as you take out your phone, and then folding it out and being like, yo check this out. This is amazing. I also appreciate you using the word flex allot, which I totally get 'cause I'm a young person though, there's that we don't have that much time on the show come on. All right. Taxed Samsung revealed four new galaxy S ten phones yesterday, the ten the ten plus the cheaper s ten e and the ten five G, which is a brand I five G phone. Let me run through some of the specs ultrasonic in screen fingerprint sensor. There's a whole punch instead of a notch on the side, which I guess is cool. I don't know what you think about that. I appreciate hope hunch thing it's a much better design than having that notch. Just because it feels much less intrusive. Yes. Big fan of the aquasonic fingerprint reader. I'm glad that you can have the full screen now on fortunately for the ten eversion defender print readers on the power button. Really? Yeah. It's not in the screen. I I guess because it's like two hundred dollars. Exactly, also, they keep the headphone Jack. I throw that. Yes. Very important reason why I am looking for ten now as opposed to like a pixel three or anything like that. Also, they talked up their cameras a lot it looks like they're, you know, trying to catch up with the iphone ten. Our tennis also the pixel threes camera. They finally started talking about a lot of the software features that they're building into. But also would are they got like three cameras on the back yet to four. I think the plus has four I believe awhile. So the three cameras on the back, though, one is like ultra-wide one is like a macro like zooming and one's like a normal camera. Also, there's like some Instagram feature now with yes, yes. So they talked a lot about the camera which to me feels like this is what they do oppressive. And now they're like yo check out this camera. It's incredible. Let's flex I use that. Right. Yeah. Again, we don't have any time left on the okay fine. Whatever if you want to read more about these stories, check them out on scene. Adam Ben, FOX Rueben, I'm outfitting. Thanks for listening.

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"burberry" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"burberry" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

"Yeah. For real do these these fuckers. So weird like being tough thing. You know, like being tough is being tough as thing. My buddy said he was oh, and if you're rushing forget, my buddy said he was over at a Russian girl's house, and he was trying to like hook up with her and she had a cat, and he was allergic cats. And he's like, oh, I gotta go because you have a cat, and I can't even like, my eyes are swollen. And I'm like sniffling, and she was like you are weak, and he was like Kay Sega. But you're weak, man. Yeah. See I don't want my eyes swollen more than my dick tonight as Sega. Know. Like what? I'm trying to get Har I'm trying to get hard. Not fucking make it hard. Not to sneeze sa- bad joke. Did. Somebody tweeted me. Oh, yeah. Be funny for funny boy on Twitter. Just be funny. I'm like, do you wanna go to book? You aren't you. Want jokes? Come to a show pay for loser. Dude. You know, fucking puff. My bag up bitch. You want jokes? Puff my bag up. Us to puffy got another back. I'm in the fucking bag unit. Well, you know, I don't know. But that's crazy though. Dude, have you seen? I'm talking about. I was talking about fashion. I guess I didn't even know who Karl is Karl Lagerfeld lager Lagerfeld, they make up the felt part is that his real name locker feld locker feld Lagerfeld and. Yeah. He died. I guess he was in fashion. I didn't really know. I don't know much about fashion. But everyone's pretending like they love fashion now because he died, and then also Burberry put a fucking hoodie on walking someone who was walking down the runway with a fucking new surround the neck. Hey, that's not going to work in two thousand nineteen Burberry. Hey, man, they were probably they were probably like do fashioned fucking sucks. Dude. Put on a shirt put on pants go. Get a coffee and chill with a friend. Stop dressing. Like, you're in the God damn three thousand forty six. It's so ridiculous this shit any and I'm talking about obvious. Look, I'm a sneaker hadn't shit as I got this shit on right now, I got the fucking. You know, Jordan's shit. I like fashion, dude. I wear cool hip shit, but relaxed dude if you're not taking the piss if you're for real wearing the shit and you walking down some runway. Relax, man. Get outta here. It's so stupid, dude. It's really boring actually is what it is. You're not creative. You're just you're boring. You know, like, you're not. You're just like a kid with crayons you just drawn all over and mom's like good. That's what it is. That's what you are. If you set up one of those runway motherfucking shows and everyone's just walking around with some vest with one sleeve on it and your Dicks all out, and you've got just pants on from the knees down, you just and everyone's like gay good. Everyone's your fucking kid. Euro fucking mom is what you are. You're a proud mom. You're a proud mom, and you're the baby you're the kid. That's what you are. Yeah. You're not doing anything, man. It's boring as fuck. It's just like an and Burberry put the noose around the neck, and they were like, I guess they didn't think or whatever or they did think they were like we're gonna make statement about it or whatever dude you're fucking boring, dude, you're a fucking boring company that can't make fucking or that is nervous about not making dope shit anymore. So you're trying to get a reaction. You're boring as fuck, dude. I mean, dude. And then the and the person who spoke out about it some model spoke out about it. And she was like, I can't believe that Burberry. Did this you were in the fucking show. She's blaming the company and she walked in the show. Hey ecopetrol. What do what you were in the show? Stop complaining. It's not their fault your fault a model. Your in the show, dude. And then everyone's like, wow going to come into her defense, man..

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Burberry Apologizes for Featuring Sweatshirt With Noose at London Fashion Week

Mark Levin

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Burberry Apologizes for Featuring Sweatshirt With Noose at London Fashion Week

"News an apology from another luxury fashion brand over an outfit worn during London fashion week Burberry saying it sorry after putting a hoodie with strings tied in the shape of a noose on the runway. And happened Sunday after model a model hired for the show, but not to wear that outfit complained. Liz Kennedy wrote an Instagram the strings evoked, both lynchings and suicide Burberry CEO, Mark Ogle, Betty said the look was intended to reflect a nautical theme. The company's creative director also apologize Betty said he called Kennedy to apologize soon. As he became aware for concerns on Monday. Kennedy said they should've

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Google Assistant is making a run for Alexa (The 3:59, Ep. 516)

The 3:59

05:18 min | 1 year ago

Google Assistant is making a run for Alexa (The 3:59, Ep. 516)

"Welcome to the three fifty nine. I'm Ben FOX ribbon. Joni thousand Google is trying to use its massive brain power to outsmart Amazon's Alexa, our own rich. The wrote a story today about the search giant using machine learning artificial intelligence to create new features for its assistant that are tough to match some of these are interpreter mode, which speaks twenty seven different languages. There's also duplex which is that robocaller that mimics like if you had a secretary that was calling to schedule a hairport -ment or get a restaurant reservation. So a question you, though, is this something that you think people are going to want out of their assistance in the first place. Well, one of the things that I think people want is. More natural conversation with assistance, not having to feel like you have to say, hey, Google play me this song on this album from this artist. It feels like you're talking in code basic does. And so I think people as as it seems like people are welcoming more voice assistance into their lives. I think that the work that we will says it wants to do on making the con- making the conversations conversational. Yeah. And so this executive that rich talked to said that they're hoping to get the basics of natural human conversation down Pat in five years, right? A little skeptical about that. I think that's actually a much much harder problem to solve even for Google by. I think they'll get a hell of a lot closer to it in five years. The other thing that I want to mention about this because I cover Amazon is a company don't can Amazon out there. They've hired like something like ten thousand people for their Alexa team Rio. They they see this. Huge opportunity for them. They're not just building the hardware. They're really trying to push this as much as possible because they see voice computing as a really big opportunity on as making push into it. But where do you think will does have the advantage? I think rich had it right where Google currently has the advantage when you talk about machine learning artificial intelligence their ability to do translation, I also think that Google in general is just much much better at actually understanding what it is that you say like us both and Google typically just gets it. Right. More often. I don't know it'll be an interesting battle. And we'll keep writing about it either way next up podcasts. So hot right now. Spotify. Spotify announced bought to podcasts companies Gimblett an anchor can't say that I actually heard of anchor, but Gimblett to me that sounds like a pretty big deal. I mean, like, that's that's a rather significant podcasting company. Right, right. Yeah. So this is something that Spotify has been messaging that they would be doing that. They're really interested in non music, audio entertainment. And so it's not a surprise that. They would be going after podcast they've been talking about how much they're interested in that kind of thing. But I think it is surprising how much Spotify thinks the market for podcasts really arts still sort of a knee ship thing in not in terms of listening, but in terms of making money off, right? And that's something that spot if I really need to do music streaming doesn't make a lot of money. Most music streaming companies are not profitable, including Spotify. If you look at their total like year rather than just looking single quarter. But yeah, they wanna spend up to half a billion dollars on acquisitions year, and this is a big chunk out. Yeah. How do you think this helps them against apple music? Well, apple in terms of itunes is obviously like the defacto place that people get their podcasts already. So while Spotify is still ahead of the game ahead in the game against apple music in terms of the number of people that are using it and the number of people that are subscribing to it podcasting is an area where it's definitely apples turf. So if Spotify wants to sort of change the equation about how we find podcasts how people post podcasts and where you're listening to your podcasts. Then apples the one that they're still going to be batting up against bright being said, they're not gonna like pull Gimblett podcasts off of I tunes. Right. Like that would be crazy nuclear option. Yeah. That'd be a great question. I mean, you could say that if they were to do that it wouldn't be it wouldn't be like they'd be putting it behind a paywall because Spotify obviously has the free tier two. Listen to anything with ads, and that's not going to be going away anytime soon. And so it would be I guess it just depends on how disruptive they wanna be to dedicated podcast listeners and people have sort of their ingrained ways of doing things, even if it's not necessarily a loyalty to apple like, I gotta listen to this is where I got it. Yeah. It's it's at least a very grain behavior. So it would be interesting to see if they do pull up. I'd be surprised if they do just because it would be so destructive to this core audience of podcast listeners. But we'll see last Angela aren't errands. I think Aaron Jila errant here anymore. Pun still works. Yes. Apple's retail chief and former Burberry CEO is leaving an April apple said she's heading out for quote, new personal and professional pursuits either way, we're out of time. So if you want to read more about these stories, check them out on seen it. I'm Ben facs Rueben Joni thousand thanks for listening.

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Apple retail chief Angela Ahrendts to depart in April

MacBreak Weekly

03:08 min | 1 year ago

Apple retail chief Angela Ahrendts to depart in April

"Raking ngelo errands? The EPA retail chief is leaving. Clearly, I misunderstood the I misunderstood the import of that press release. They've got a new executive in charge of retail and people right years O'Brien. But I didn't understand. She was home. My goodness replacing Angela RN's. Yeah. That is a big deal. Five years. Angela Aaron's has been a at apple retail just long enough after about a CEO of Burberry. But but she's leaving. And they have a new was it was only in October that Angela errands appeared on stage in a fine Burberry co you know, she has been the best dressed prison on stage at apple events, and I will miss that. Because has to be silent. Right. Yeah. I I don't know what it'd be wonderful. If like best part of her tenure took spot herself to like dress, the other people on stage by saying, you know, maybe you could like, I don't know. You're the CEO of a big company distrust up a little bit journal. Brian is is an in house promotion, she's been an apple. Thirty years and was the head of what they call people, which is because it was. Yeah. It was personnel than it was HR. Now, it's people but that also includes things like apple university. And of course, the it seems weird. It is also true though, that the vast majority of apples employees are retail employees. So you know, they do have to wonder if this is a temporary appointment until they can find somebody with the kind of retail. You know, they had a very bad experience prior to Angela irons with Tom Johnson who came from JC Penney. He wasn't a good match or. Ron Johnson Ron jars didn't he was good. It was the guy from the reseller in the UK is a Dixon's that guy was a disaster bad fit. Didn't he was out of there? And then they went to Angela errands who gave a CEO job. It was always kind of a fascinating choice. Right. She gave up job CEO a burglary. She got paid a lot more in order to come apple. Yeah. But still you're going from from being a CEO to not running the show from nobody. That's big big fish little bond versus little vision. Really big bond. Well, we'll see where she goes next. Right. But I think maybe maybe she said I'll give you five years. Maybe that was says his personal and professional reasons. Tim cook said I wanna thank Angela for inspiring and energizing our teams over the past five years. She's been a positive transformative force for both apple stores in the communities. They serve we wish you the very best as she begins. A new chapter Aaron said the last five years have been the most stimulating challenging fulfilling of my career through the team's collective efforts retail has never been stronger. I would agree or clean up the mess. Yeah. That was and I I you feel like the retail is been under her guidance has been hitting on also under is I mean, they they really I mean, the stores get more and more interesting. And they you know, it's it's a better experience. I think she's done a good job. Absolutely. And I do wonder what's next for Angela Aaron's? But that's. Breaking news just came in apple press. Release errands is leaving in April just a few months from now after five years at apple

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"burberry" Discussed on Through the Wire

Through the Wire

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"burberry" Discussed on Through the Wire

"That's kind of that's a lot of money. Be. I was looking at shirt, I wanna go by Burberry, sir. I was just curious that it was three fifty for one in five hundred for the other one before. God damn collared shirt, right? Kidding me? Fuck I do. So what I did. I wore white tee shirt. About at Burberry. Who me? Kind of sort of a I. Not robe. A shirley. Gucci hoodie lose south. So I feel so make me see rappers during the box Gucci one of my favorite men that never seen you wear Gucci. I don't have. I thought. Disrespects you. I used to have a Gucci bay. When I was in high school. He had one like an eight high school right here that the head. Oh my gosh. I mean, it's just. Fix. I need to you say. Really filling themselves. My brother had in the head with the bag. I'm a mommy and Gucci Bill felt like man, I got could've just gave her to world right there. I thought I wanted to shit man is it's something about them brands, but get caught up. Get you. Here's the name. But like Gucci should be no. Maybe they should be. They should definitely these into this. I don't even know. I don't know. I can't picture myself win and Gucci book bay new walking around with. I could not the one I think he's talking about which one I need like a bigger I need to actual bail. I don't need to little jobs strength. Studies. It was like a big one tiger on at all these designs. Look real. Okay. This. I do know your Facebook. No more. Yeah. You lie. Now, you why you lying. Somebody did. What is your picture who's ruled in favor brands? I don't know drew Nike for real Nike here to one the ones you like even if you can't afford the Nate. Bay cool like BBC, babe..

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"burberry" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"burberry" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"That's rather brisk rates Yves Saint Laurent, Diane von Furstenberg Burberry all opted for refreshed sons serif, look, so if fashion is extensively built upon a foundation of individuality why so many names seemingly going in the same direction. Well, Elliott today definitely Connie's is spoke to monocle fashion editor, Jamie waters, and they talked about the Latian latest fashion house to simplify its typeface bona. It's this kind of bold sans. Serif in terms of the texts these boats, and Sarah font that says Bowman Paris Blackcomb watt. I'd also logo the bay in a circle, and it to be and this sort of like an appea- in with the bay that makes sense. So the logo hasn't been updated for something like sixty years and the new one. It does look modern. It's very clean. It's very Nate. It looks very contemporary the sort of bigger point is that it looks like what a lot of other brands have done does becoming these sort of this graphic language that luxury brands to be chew using when they want to have a new logo was going to say we've seen a lot of examples with similar sorts of trend in the fashion world, if Santorum Bubras well going to this sound, Sarah font, much, kind of stricter and simpler Berber as you say. I mean, that's the the sort of most recent example, which was unveiled earlier this year for when Ricardo t- she had he's you know, heaps it came to the house. And that's that was he's first thing he did which was in collaboration with paid several the British graphic designer Burberry went from the Serra fund to this again sans. Serif it's very Nate. It's quite bold. It's just freight clean lined. I've got a list of some of the brands hatch. Have a similar font. So yet Burberry Bowman selene which was also done very race by Eddie Sluman. He came came to slain he took out the accent on a and he changed. The overall font Balenciaga silo Ron Calvin Klein Calvin Klein is also done by Pitta salvo who's who the burglary once this kind of this sort of pool of brands. I mean, there's a lot more as well. Who have these kind of what you call it? But it's it's like a modern luxury fond almost and so what is behind this kind of shift because inevitably it's also going to make them quite similar in a way, quite a few reasons why they would do these. I e they look modern if you think about all man's previous logo, which it was kind of transparent, and it had the the serif. And if you think about Burberry Sogo before which had the night to come in. They look like very historic font salute goes and icons. So the new ones they're very sleek that very understated is often than particularly memorable which means that you can use them a lot. I mean a lot. Of graphic designers talking about this kind of phenomenon have been saying it's like a clean slate. It's like this no fuss aesthetic, and what it means is it's Browns can paste it everywhere. So when you think about the proliferation of platforms that brands posting their product on and branding on this so many social media platforms in terms of the range of products that putting things on. Now, it's you know, it's really increase because it's obviously now on or these hoodies straight wearing very casual things as well. As what we think of as traditionally being very upmarket dresses and suits. So you want a logo that feats all of those different things if into different contexts, and again, if you'll pay on all these different platforms from social media platforms. Not toss him these fonts are very understated. They do sort of pop on social media on an iphone screen because it's very neat and clean. But also, they're not kind of too heavy doesn't sit of become tiresome as much as perhaps more on night font. So yeah, I think those are just some of the reasons. So maybe doesn't make maybe that it need to stand out. It's more about being at all. Obviously the change in typeface and these new logo wide rebranding and refresh effort on that pod. Are we seeing more of that? Now in the few fees says we definitely sent his phenomenon where when a credit direct to comes into a house. They overhaul every aspect of the house, and that often starts with the branding. That's not what's happened with Beaumont because Libya rousting has already, but there are a lot of examples of in Ukraine threat to coming in..

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"burberry" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

The Business of Fashion Podcast

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"burberry" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

"I think certainly that was the single most talked about moment in the nonsense season. The mother moment that people were really looking forward to was Burberry men. I'm curious to hear your point of view on the impact that Ricardo may with his first show. I. I didn't know what to I really didn't know what to expect. I guess I was guardedly optimistic because I thought that viral campaign with the new monogrammed. A new monogram was very funny. I thought it was very smart and it was it was global and the head sort of funny wit wit to it. So I guess I was God the optimist about the show. I think it was very much a throw everything against the wall and see what sticks. Kind of show me. They're one hundred and thirty something looks. There was too much. It was way way too much by the time. The handful of black evening dresses appeared at the end. They just seem seemed like such an afterthought. He kind of wondered why they even there and then thinking about what will recover to bring to Burberry. It was such it was. It was such a kind of odd fit. I'm I mean. It seemed like an odd fit you, but you couldn't imagine them throwing the baby out with the bath water. So I think the first forty two looks will like Ricardo tissue show. The next the next section which was street wear and also Ricardo's expertise in things like switch some t shirts. And so I sort of funky appeal. So that was sort of knock quite high low. But you know there was a sort of bit of a dialogue going on there. Lost me. The first thing was that was a sort of different take on Burberry was was quite had that sort of weird retarded tissue Russia's system. And I don't think there's ever been. There was ever a time under Christopher Bailey where people Say, Bory was erotic. Now. Which which seem quite promising. I'm that's always interesting direction to explore it. I don't know. I gain the, we'll see what happens when it hits stores, but there is, you know, these people knew have. Really, really loyal constituencies, like Ricardo, like Eddie. Like just, you know, the sort of. Follow his. Majors, they'll show it depends how many of them are. Yeah, and and also where they in the devotion because you have a favorite rook style. We'll say Repub stuff you have pop set on. He's he or she is not your favorite pop stuff forever. On Burberry just for another minute. You're one of the things that I think burglary is trying to own this idea of being the British luxury brand. So Marco, go Batty. The CEO has made it very clear that he wants to take the business market bit higher end than it was before..

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"burberry" Discussed on Pop Fashion

Pop Fashion

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"burberry" Discussed on Pop Fashion

"By designer businesses international brands as well as consumer sentiment, but also encouraged by the stance of multibrand stores who are moving away from selling for. London fashion week is the first fashion event of its kind to ban for the announcement happened to be a day after Burberry said it would stop using real for its collections. A press release said there will be no real for Ricardo T, she's debut collection for Burberry later this month, and we will phase out existing real for products sidebar on that topic Burberry is also having a little bit of a berry, the news and the other news moment. Very the lead people the fashion law pointed out that Burberry along with announcing this no first thing also has vowed to stop burning unsold products the brands corporate account on Twitter posted the following message last week. It said Burberry is stopping the practice of destroying unsaleable products with immediate effect. This built on our responsibility agenda to twenty twenty two and is supported by our new strategy, which is helping to tackle the cause of waste Burberry has not said what they're going to do with unsold product moving forward. Give it to me, the fashion the fashion law surmise that it'll either be recycled in some form or filter through the off price market, which is where a lot of stuff ends up. So interesting to see where that ends up. We talked about this a couple of weeks ago in an episode number that I didn't look up b o to be talking about it on this show or did. I just read a lot about it. Tell me what you think we talked about not quite following your training. Thought I think we talked about in this annual report or a quarterly report Burberry admitted that it that it destroyed a whole lot of its unsold product. I always talked about it because a lot of the leather did get donated. But a lot of the other stuff got like two or shredded or whatever I think is exactly what happened chewed up by goats, actually, and then headed out into a pile. And then that is whole goat operation the back, then shoveled into the fire, and that was the order of operations. So yeah, we talked about that like outcry in the public like oh my God. Why are you burning these luxury goods, you can give them people? You can sell them on the off price market and brands don't want to dilute their image by selling things at a fraction of the price. When they're a luxury brand. So it's this whole thing. It's not just about image. It's about bottom line. It's about diluting how much they can charge for something. Because the thing that they are worried about right now the thing that I was like really was are they going to really put so. So many goods into off price markets is that really going to happen at the level to keep up with what they were burning in the past because it means that they are really going to dilute their Brandt into looting their brand for you. And me, it means that hey, we might have a chance to get more Burberry. That's great. But for them. It means that they can't sell out a higher price points that they're used to selling at because you can get other stuff by them for cheaper. So people are going to buy the cheaper. Right. Is it going to turn into traumatic max, which is just to see if Michael Kors stuff? No offense, Michael Kors. But you know, it's true. Also, just as a reminder. I'm really glad that Burberry may this decision. I think it's the right one for it lasted for reasons. Like, it's just better for earth means they're not as evil, which is nice. But they aren't the only brand doing it. I'm glad that they're having accountability within their niche of the market. But so many other people are doing it. So. The thing. I'm looking out for is there is there going to be a ripple effect and our brands going to announce it because they may change their policy, but never want to admit that they did it in the first place. Right. I think after the initial blow about Burberry fashion brands were going around to their annual report writers and being Mike..

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Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn Exit ‘Project Runway,’ Team Up for Fashion Reality Series at Amazon

Shop Girls

01:46 min | 2 years ago

Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn Exit ‘Project Runway,’ Team Up for Fashion Reality Series at Amazon

"Meanwhile, there's another new project that we should just mention because you know, we've all watched Heidi Klum Tim Gunn on project runway. Yes. So long. After sixteen seasons. Yes. And what's interesting is what is Heidi say wine. Oof. He says after serving incredible season project runway. Yes. A show. I was honored to host and help create. I'm incredibly proud of the shoulder. We'll always have a special place in my heart so excited that Tim Gunn, and I are partnering with Amazon for a new show. They are making the leap to Amazon studios that we don't really understand what it's going to be. It says they're creating a fashion reality series series that they will develop produce and host. And this is what I mean. Well, project one runway is going back to Bravo in twenty nine thousand nine interest. Yeah, I thought it was interesting. Also that their contracts didn't prevent them from jumping from project runway right to another fashion reality, obviously, it's not going to be the same kind. Maybe that's how they get. But tell me what you think this means because it's at Amazon did not release many details, but according to a press release obtained by the Los Angeles Times the new show. Oh will feature a Chappel experience for viewers. What does that mean that they're trying to make it interactive that they want that the whole show is going to be kind of like a commercially? They'll have things in the show that you'll be able to literally order online. That's smart if that probably air on I bet you they'll use streaming on Amazon is going to be available in two hundred countries. That is super smart. That's a lot of countries

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"burberry" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"burberry" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Wins news times fifteen now from the WFAN sports desk. Here's John Minka. Larry to start on the twenty eighteen NFL season tonight in Philadelphia defending champion eagles. Take on the Atlanta Falcons. Coach Peter is going to be a great night from that standpoint. You know, the fans that are in in attendance. You're going to be. We're gonna be crazy. He'll be excited. He's to be great for for the banner to be dropped in Lincoln financial quarterback. The won the won the Super Bowl. Carson wentz. Not ready to go. So Nick foles gets to nine. Players you always prepare as the starter on this. A little bit is different when you're the starter. But. A lot of experiences especially this last season. Most all of it positive Yankee matab tonight all story and the Yankee laws to the as they continue struggle to Luis Severino and his catcher Gary Sanchez a couple of bowls in a four run. First inning Severino was made eleven starts at Sanchez behind the plate to hear his the first nine one point nine four over the last two fourteen nine Seattle tomorrow. The Mets are onto the Phillies to women semis at the US open tonight. Serena Williams, take out of state. Madison keys in Osaka. Match will follow sports at fifty two forty five around the clock. John Biko ten ten win sports wins news times. Ralph seventeen the British fashion. House Burberry has heard its critics and is making some changes. Correspondent Charles de LA desma says clothing with animal for will not be an evidence at the London fashion week later this month, the on the block on the controversial animal product on the London fashion week cat woke but Aubrey will also phase out existing real for products. In general, the company has made only limited use of real for in recent years with clothing preaching from rabbit, FOX, mink and the Asiatic recruit. These will now be definitively eliminated the September seventeen London fashion week show. We'll also mount the Dubuque collection for new creative director Tyskie who replaces Christopher Bailey at the helm Burberry also says it will stop burning unsold goods in July. It was revealed that Burberry destroyed millions of dollars. In clothing last year to prevent them from being sold cheaply. Paraguay has done an about face regarding Israel and Palestinians are cheering correspondent, Jordan ah. Miller explains from Jerusalem, just three months after moving its embassy to Jerusalem Paraguay says it will take the embassy back to Tel Aviv. The new president. Mario Benitez had opposed. The relocation decision made by his predecessor, his foreign minister said in a statement, the final status of Jerusalem should be resolved through negotiations. The Palestinian President called the reversal courageous and in line with international law. Israel responded by announcing it will close its embassy in Paraguay wins. News time twelve eighteen beer drinkers who are concerned about the environment might wanna give Carlsberg try for. Danish brewer is announced plans to introduce what it calls a snap pack where cans or bonded together with glue. Instead of plastic rings, a plastic has been linked to ocean pollution and poses a risk to wildlife. The first. Snapback will arrive in stores in the UK next week. Books are his business and author James Patterson is making good for fourth year on a pledge.

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"burberry" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

Monocle 24: Section D

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"burberry" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

"Before the change to the new logo Burberry really didn't have a logo as such. What had put forth when they renovated. The brand twenty years ago was the check that lovely plaid that used to be the linings of all the raincoats. It really was like a flag waving of the brand. So they use that as their logo and they blanket at that check on everything. They were checked bags, and there were checked flops, and there were checked beach towels. And you remember the Chabrol's adopted this check, which sort of made Burberry executives squirm because they were taking down market because it was so cool. Now they've come up with this really kind of cheerful. Jaunty twist on the check where it's the same color patterns, but they've taken the be Burberry and it's a very fun round. Amusing little be that they're weaving into the check. It will be easy to print. It will be easy to roll out if he really easy to commercialize on. Different kinds of products for easier than say, you know, the verse gene Medusa which is just a medallion like spot that they just put on latches. You could make a wallpaper out of this new logo. You could really have fun with it. And I think that's part of their plan. As for the change of the name typeface, that's a more tricky proposition brands. Generally don't touch that because it is their identity. I mean, think of Chanel Chanel is almost one hundred years old. They have not changed that Saul serif typeface since the nineteen twenties they've played around maybe with this facing with the size, then tweaks to it that you would never noticed, but nothing terribly dramatic. This change is terribly dramatic. They taken their long used Donnie, modern serif style that really conveyed high quality and luxury and they replaced it with a stark son, Sarah clean typeface, and it's sorta like the difference between the Dior typeface, which is very luxuriance and Chanel, which is very modern the Sarah for Sasana, Sarah of more Roco. Versus the more stark in modern. So I think they're trying to say Burberry isn't just old school. We're trying to be something more hip and modern, and maybe even young, and it's part of what they're doing at the house as a whole reboot. When the house did it's last reboot twenty years ago, it decided to sort of target what they called at the time, the democratization of luxury and a more middle market consumer, and it worked for a while, but then it kind of didn't. And they've been having a lot of trouble with their sales because they seem to downmarket when everybody else went super high. If you think about their competitors today, their competitors would be coach as opposed to do your for Chanel. They wanna be fact up there with George? No. Sandler wrong. Did this not long ago, and I was really skeptical about it. I'll mitt, but when ADC mon- came to silo wrong, they changed the logo, which seem crazy because the logo was so bankable and so well known that any, you know Madison Avenue master would have said, you're crazy to touch that logo. It's gold that logo. It's the gold standard in fashion, and they, they scrapped it and they cut eve out of eve Sandler all. And they changed like with Burberry from a luxury Sarath to modern sauce era typeface for the name. But it seems to have worked in part because they're targeting a new audience who really doesn't even know who eve was. And I think that's kind of what Burberry's doing too. I think they'll talk a bit about Thomas Burberry a bit like Chanel does with Coco Chanel, but he's not going to be a big presence. And that raincoats not going to be very key product of a more. I do know they clan on putting more focus on leather goods. It's only represents about forty percent of the brand today and they wanna up that now there's a reason behind this. You make a ton of money in leather goods. They've markup is now up to twenty to twenty five times what it cost to produce them. You don't have leftovers. You don't have sizing issues. You don't have to burn all that product that didn't sell like they were famously called out on a month ago. So just from a business standpoint, for a luxury brand makes more sense to focus on leather goods than on clothing to have clothing complement the handbags rather than the other way around. And that's where the logo will fit in. Special. Thanks to Donna Thomas for.

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"burberry" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"burberry" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Honey will join me on the line is Allyson. Stewart Allen is chief executive of international marketing partners as thanks for coming on. What's prompted this change? I think when you are new in the role as strategic is and you wanna make your Mark and you'd have seventeen years before you a creative director who has put his Mark on the brand, you wanna reinvent things. And I think this gives him and the company a huge opportunity to do things a little bit differently. Sober coming up. The new logo new typeface for the company brands. You get to put your own more on how you're going to do things and you send a signal at the same time. So it's the first big shift since the company dropped the s from its name twenty years ago. And although it's a throwback to a design from nine thousand nine hundred believe it feels contemporary. It does. It does look very modern. It surprising in for a lot of people to go from the sort of boulder type face of Burberry before to something that's more retro if if you like, I think the challenge for me as a marketer, looking at the colors and the impact of color is that the orange, Honey and white as they're called in this latest design for me are awfully similar to the Tory Burch colors. In her companies, brands of where orange is dominant as well. So as whites. So I think the fact also that has litters t b in it might make some people think of her brand as much as as Burberry, but I'm sure that as any good company would they will have done their research and they will have made sure that it's a different enough that people don't confuse the two brands both having the general public knows it is Burberry, but will they necessarily recognize the t t be will will that be confusing? Well, I think you have to look pretty hard to find the tea in this new design. So the interweaving of what looked like orange straps around a letter be. I think when you finally realize that those are teas than you realize that that must be t- for Thomas, I think that maybe lost on some people because it is subtle. The is certainly bold and very clear, but because it's such a radical departure from every. Thing that Burberry is done in the past. I think it might just make us all pay attention again to the brand. No, it's design a pizza. Subtle who also on the latest Calvin Klein logo was given just four weeks to complete this. He seen in one Email saying that recovery must be crazy. You need months for project like this. How much of a risk is Burberry taking with a big change like this one? Well, whenever a company changes its like inaugura fee, it is always a risk, but most of the time you do some research to test that people understand the meaning, the symbols, the color shape, and I'm sure that Mr. several studio being professional people will have made sure that they tested how this logo and a design resonates with people. And yes, four weeks is incredibly short timeframe, but clearly they've come up with something that the company likes. The chief creative officer likes. And I guess in the end, that in short short-term, what matters most now, whether experts like you or I or others think it's a great designer not in at the end of the day, we're judging arts, which is in effect what logos often are and what really matters is whether the consumer buys ver-very can relate to it and finds that it communicates in a very emotional way with them, Alison. Thank you very much. Indeed, that is Alison Stewart Allen, and that's what we have time for today. Thanks to Jesus. Ben Ryland and Augustyn much Larry. Our researches page Reynolds, and Julia Webster and a stadium at into some impact of the headlines of the continental shift with color to Rabelo and the briefings coming up at midday in London at seven AM in New York. Tomorrow. The weekend edition is on air at fifteen hundred. The program meet the writers when my guess will be Joanna Coles media supremo the person behind the television series run. Inhales and the bolts type former editor of cosmopolitan that's coming up tomorrow right now. I'm Georgina Godwin, declare bliss returns at the same time on Monday. Thank you for listening.

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"burberry" Discussed on The Bugle

The Bugle

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"burberry" Discussed on The Bugle

"So he was on the ones that said, if this is nothing short of treasonous, I have not heard words as justifiably strong as that about anything since might getting's reverse. We crucial stage of the nineteen ninety seven World Cup, cricket, final. Never forget. This is the house it of yooglie in this summer. I'm using single. So there was a. Former Republican chair of Republican congressional district committee quoted in the guardian saying the idea that Trump would call the European Union Afo and cutting up to dictation such as Putin and Kim, and this is the glorious of the quote makes me feel like vomiting in my sleeve. Sasha's profound feeling of repulsion from a Republican that he, he will. He won't even be able to get as far as a bucket or or toilet or even a basin sleeve is the only option. There wasn't directly down his shirt. It's one of the most evocative maybe because it suggests a disgust, so profiled surprising that he hasn't even had time to Mike it the toilet. There's no bucket available. He's just going to go in his shirt. Burberry. The upmarket fashion label has recently destroyed unsold clothes, axles, and perfumes. Boy burning. Twenty eight point. Six million pounds worth of products. Last year quotes to protect the brand. The bonfire of the vanity products. Man can these if we only this action for you to deliver that joke, it was worth. It was worth it. That is as good as big, big Vassar in the sky. Woman walk in these behind it onto the world, less fortunate people all the eh drops of twenty five pound sticks of lipstick could make the Rohingya refugees feeling a little bit special and times of strove the absence of any genuine international political giving. Well, surely I one hundred and twenty thousand dollar limited edition allegation. Trenchcoat would be appreciated by young boy who's just been bombed out of his home to good use. Burberry Burberry. So work with specialist companies who are able to harness the energy from the process, which is great news actually for all of us who do not war abaya wear because that is basically every time we don't buy a burglary. Improving the environment because they are making known fossil fuel any every time offer not spend one thousand one hundred and fifty pounds on a one thousand one hundred and fifty pound Bubby rucksack I'm helping to create green energy. Also treatments of around the block on days call for no reason is a bogging and if everyone in the world stop buying one thousand one hundred and fifty pound Burberry rucksacks for him and one thousand five hundred ninety pound Burberry. Catch me pancho's for her who could entirely replace Colin oil with rucksacks and Kashmir ponchos as soon as the year eight thousand two hundred ninety. I worried about that you talking about this idea because I feel like the next time we beagle the top story will be Elon Musk announcing Burberry clothes, powered car. Bricks at news now and yet still kale. As we had in some recent. Side. Eddie into the blocks. Cricket is the much Fanta puff. Would've would've been so great. If you're if one day you're just like Brexit sorted, then think it'd be also. Some pretty much exactly what we voted for, which was unplanned mayhem the whole life this way up from Chica parliamentary vote cheating the system in the in parliament where if you, if you can't vote, whatever reason, you'll incapacitating through health reasons or geography, then you pair up with someone else who can't vote, neither of evasion. So your lack of oats cancel each other out. And this was happening with Jo swinson liberal Democrat MP's just had a baby, I think. So yeah, we just she's on maternity leave. So this happened with Jo swinson the liberal Democrat be on maternity leave, and but the person she paired up with did votes and the Tory chief whip Judy Smith who is. Americanise we should probably clarify the chief whip is a position in the British Paul of, yeah, I mean the whips, it's not entirely clear, essentially chief whip. Apollo political term for school bully? Yeah, yeah, it is chief whips the miners to threaten MP's to quality, tough them up on..

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"burberry" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"burberry" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"And people will think luxury when they think Burberry which which burglary already is a nice brand. It's just not. But you know, I, it's like Breitling is a nice watch, but it's not rubber mill, right? It's not. Is not Petek. Okay. So I love Breitling watches by the way, but I just use a writing. Watch run you fifteen twenty twenty five thousand dollars, right. And and a mill will run you away the cheapest ones. One hundred grand. So it's like there is. There's just a difference in brand even what you're talking about luxury brands. So Burberry's is a nice brand is just not on the same level as a lot of the high end, very luxury brand, Louis Vitton and stuff like that. So anyway, the point being here is be really good at one thing, niche down into doing one thing exceptionally well and stop trying to be all things to all people because when you're all things to all people, you're nothing to everyone. And that's what a lot of companies that end up growing. They try and expand attracting new markets going into different areas, and most of them are incredibly unsuccessful in it. And so if you're an entrepreneur and you're wondering why you're not able to kinda like hone a message and why people aren't being attracted to your message and while you're not generating more sales, ask yourself, am I too broad? Am I trying to be too many things to many different people niche down, get specific about who you're marketing to and who your ideal client is, and then focus specifically on them. That's how you're gonna, make sure that's how you're going to grow and that's how you're going to. That's how you're gonna increase your bottom line revenue the profit that comes out of your company. But anyway, that's it for today. Everybody. Thank you so very much for being here. I will be back here tomorrow one more day to do this all over again until then be safe. Be good. Talk to you then..

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"burberry" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"burberry" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Meatpacking brought back the the empty containers got her money back wow i wrote is not my experience but i have a friend who works in customer service at publix the woman coming into return a container of ground coffee because she didn't like it the open the lid defined all the coffee was gone and replaced with potting soil that would that would give you the old kind of look another person road i worked for nordstrom in the accessories department someone purchase to burberry scarves kevin what's a burberry scarf is that a brand or is that a style i believe it's a style burberry does your wife and he burberry scarves no that's why i'm not sure exactly what it is but from hearing it in the past i believe it's a style yeah my wife has a couple of scars i've never heard of the term burberry there have like three hundred ninety five dollars a pop each apparently the lead brought them home cut one of them into two pieces attached the tags on them and return them to a different department so she got her money back and got to keep a scarf man and it's actually a brand it is brand you look it up okay very good all right we're we're the we're the burberry's cars are made well they are made let's see looks like united kingdom rather spend you at three ninety five each for a scarf the they made out of gold i don't think so they have some funky patterns here online actually have some scars that are eight hundred fifty dollars you're kidding no there's one right there graffiti archives scarf print wool silk kashmir now have.

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"burberry" Discussed on Pop Fashion

Pop Fashion

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"burberry" Discussed on Pop Fashion

"Motorized. And it was just really cool to see what these designers cook up the photos that I was looking at did not go into the specifics of what sort of alterations they made to fit the user's disability. It was more. Just like awesome slides of good fashion. Which is what we're used to seeing. Yeah. That's all I need as long as the designers. What they did. And how to replicate it? That's all the matters to me right now, if you look up the design for disability fashion show. There's some really cool photos. Check it out. Good on you. Excellent story. I love it. I love this story. It's so fun. Let it need boy of it. Love it. Of who? But he's. Can we please call episode? Booby scoop. How's the SEO on that? All right next story. It's about Burberry Belgians richest man was to sell his entire stake and Burberry how much you got. He's got seven hundred and five million dollars worth of Berber. You can't even say it without laughing. It's so much. It's just ridiculous. It's such a silly number like that doesn't exist. It's six percent of the company. He is trying to get rid of all of it. Bad news for Burberry. It's way. Burglary has gone through a lot of changes on a past month, including the departure of Christopher Bailey. They just brought on Ricardo team. He moved over from Jeevan. She which everybody thought was a good move. Like, this is not bad news. This is good news. But we're not quite sure why he wants to drop his investments. The only reason given was that he wants to pursue investments and rebalance his portfolio. I don't know what that means. It can mean anything, right? Nope. I don't have any good reasons why he would want to get rid of that stock. Well, having money in any kind of fashion company right now is risky. Not not great. Not a good idea. Which is a problem that the fashion industry as a whole is having because you don't want an industry so shaky that nobody wants to pour their money into it anymore. This doesn't mean that Burberry's going to sink. It's just a surprise because he used to own three percent of the company he decided to invest more money and went up to six percents of the company this past November. So is only from November two now. And may that he's decided to drop everything seems a little weird, right? That's really quick that is not long enough to really see if it was worth the additional investment. I don't like it, some shady. They're maybe he's rich and eccentric and decided to change his mind. Maybe somebody was like could you just hold onto this for? A couple of months, and he'd be like why? And they'd be like, no reason Q just hold onto it. Thanks. This could be totally right. He just wants to reconfigure his portfolio, which is something that I guess if you're really rich, you think about my portfolio how many dresses I have in my closet. That's my portfolio buyer's remorse. The real thing. He's just doing a very large version of a multimillion dollar version of buyer's remorse dim. Okay. Well, that's I'm sure that went over really well at the last board meeting. Here's another thing that went over, really. Well, they're having a fight with target by fight fight do tau. Let me pop some corn. They are suing target for copying their checkered pattern like their conic pattern that everybody knows. When you see it target, maybe had some items in their store that looked Cadillac Burberry. I've seen the picture side by side. And I was like oh, come on guys. Come on allegedly allegedly Burberry is saying that target has a quote repeated willful and egregious misappropriation of its design. Woo. A lawyer wrote back.

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"burberry" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"burberry" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"At walmart before you go into the rest of it you have not seen a beauty supply store the beauty supply store is not the beauty supply store unless there are metal detectors when you walk in if you cannot get airings context of perm a week allies shes anglou i don't even know what kind of beauty supply store you shop at what i don't even know how you live your life okay how is your beauty being supplied if you don't have a beauty supply store that is this this beautiful okay but listen let me tell you what they're going to have at the beauty supply store they gonna have a blueberry scarf for you blueberry it's going to be blueberry it ain't going never burr no honey it ain't going never burr at the beauty supply store okay but but they are going to have some good blueberry scarfs for you and for years decades okay you can get a blueberry scarf from the beauty supply store and burberry left them alone okay burberry wasn't worried about our beat his flat store you know what they did burberry join mind your business ministry when our beauty supply store was making them burberry scarves and princeton stuff but you know what they left the ministry listen honey they left module business ministry when they walked into target and saw that target thought that you was gonna pull up on me wrong burberry said as this is what happened this is what happened burberry's and not today.

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"burberry" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"burberry" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"All right chat here we got my first rescue chad they need help chattan if we don't do it i don't know who will chat oh we got to rescue target are you all aware of what is going going with target let me tell you i was shocked when i saw this story but i knew i know target listen me and taja as i like to call them when i'm being fancy have a good deep personal relationship and i believe that target is being misunderstood and our would like to bring some type of recognition to this gross this grevious misunderstanding that is taking place challenged me tell you about target target is in trouble because burberry is suing them for copycat check print scarves and merchandise yes i'm not sure if you will knew this but target is being sued by burberry because they have imitated that famous burberry print and they need to be rescued from the legal system the they need to be rescued from the criminal justice system i would like to submit possibly that maybe they didn't know okay maybe they did know okay this is what i don't understand okay target obviously is a big business and so is burberry and i'm not sure why target thaw or did not think that they should not copy after burberry okay i don't know if you all have seen it in see this is why i'm gonna make sure that we have a woman evolve blog because you on to see how similar these scarves and things are it's not like that it's not like it's not like you could accidentally stumbled across it and kindred you bring up a good point because she says the beauty supply stores copied it to i don't know about you all and for those of you who do not frequent beauty supply stores like some listen i love a good beauty supply store the larger the better the beauty supply store if you think that the beauty supply store is sally's or the beauty supply that you can.

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"burberry" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"burberry" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Just west of four ninety four we would love to see you lots going on here today it's busy hey let's talk about target another of not their favorite what i mean i feel bad only from the standpoint that they're not the only ones that this is happened doesn't make it any better doesn't i mean it's everyone else you know throwing stuff off a bridge that's your love target what can i say target too but this targets had issues with this with other brands and burberry in particular doesn't mess around so the news is burberry suing target for trademark infringement overuse of its check pattern now there is the products is door no i really haven't and also i mean it's a little off season now too come up with you lawsuit i guess exactly they started along so you know burberry has the classic plaid which until honor though it has always sort of mystified me that they can get away with owning that because it's killer yes plaid in camel and black and red but it is there's an everybody knows instantly but that's burberry and that's luxury and frankly that's why so many brands wanna copy it because it has that immediate aura of being juries so it's pretty blatant well look at the target scarves next to the burberry scarves know clearly they are a lesser material but to the i they look the same right and the with their cues they're accusing bill target corporation and target brand a selling several products but the deal it sounds like burberry has called them up previously and been like hey you gotta stop it target just ignored and so the lawsuit says this action arises from targets repeated willful and agree just misappropriation of burberry's famous and icon luxury trek trademarks that they have that this has gone on and on and they have not backed off and targets response that they have great respect for the design obviously and that they will hope to address the lawsuit in a reasonable manner.

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