Week after week the romantics find inspiration in the pale shine of long gone days.
Beloved is a film by Christophe Honoré in theaters August 17th.
Admiring seductive off-white color tints, blondes and their swinging petticoats may soon become restricted to viewings at the theater.
A pity, I hear the street wear in Paris is less dominated by 10 Euro discount clothing.
What if anything can marketers learn from the discreet charm of bourgeoisie?
Is discretion a venom for businesses and their supporting agencies in a time when improper conduct is exposed in real time? Is discretion a venom we all long for?
I would like to think so
Can discretionary marketing breed and flourish in a society obsessed with publicness and shamelessness?
What would Holden Caulfield say?
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