Completely unrelated to advertising is this poll for The Sexiest Female Blogger. Matt Moore of The Blog of the Century of the Week (yes, that is the name) is running the poll. Strangely, most of these female bloggers do not have pictures so how are we to vote effectively? Should we determine how "sexy" their writing is? Yea, yea, being sexy isn't all about looks but it's a pretty big part.
Anyway, I've cast my vote for the Madpony Sisters and have provided you with some visual inspiration for you to do so as well. More pics here and here and here and here.
Struggling clothier, Brooks Brothers is launching a new $6 million fall print campaign
featuring images of 16 urban landmarks such as the Washington Monument, the Brooklyn Bridge, and the Capital. In front of these images will be classically dressed models in the usual Brooks Brothers garb with taglines such as, "Before there was the Brooklyn Bridge, there was Brooks Brothers."
Ads will appear in Vanity Fair, Architectural Digest and Departures. Transit posters will be placed throughout New York Grand Central Station and Wall Street subway station. Washington D.C will also receive coverage.
The campaign is handled in-house under the direction of Claudio Del Vecchio who bought the business in November 2001 from British retailer Mark and Spencer.
Waitsfield, Vermont-based Apple retailer, Small Dog Electronics has spoofed Bravo's Queer Eye For The Straight Guy.
First NBC had her, now ABC does. Apparently, Britney has backed out of a an NBC 'Dateline' exclusive interview with Maria Shriver and opted instead to appear in a prime time holiday season special on ABC including a November 13 interview with Diane Sawyer.
"ABC pulled out all the stops for Britney. They see it as a war with NBC, and they want to win. ABC promised Britney her own special, plugs on 'Good Morning America' and 'Entertainment Tonight' and nonstop coverage of her new album, 'Britney,' " a New York Post source reports.