Here Becks is sporting his bodywear line for H&M. The campaign is directed by Mr Guy Madonna Ritchie. The film debuts February 6, 2013.
How to try to buy credibility using Facebook OR does having millions of Facebook fans actually degrade your credibility, originality, desirability and unique quality?
So here’s the latest story on the designer brands with most Facebook fans. Rounding out the top 10 in November were Burberry (9,808,722); Levi’s (9,371,541); Nike Football (9,112,968); Lacoste (6,742,187); DC Shoes (6,196,780); Puma (5,907,725); Gucci (5,644,529), and Dior (5,612,573). The only changes between October’s and November’s rankings was that Levi’s and Nike Football switched places.
Perhaps paradoxically Nike has made advance by losing some of the associated dowdiness and mindless “fan-culture” cultivated by the squares at Facebook. Maybe…?
So Leo Messi gets branded. Well not literally but here Lionel Messi Unveils Personal Logo.
To all my Facebook friends, I share my new personal logo that represents me as a player and person. I hope you like it!
Here we get a butchers at a Puma Profile on Sergio ‘Kun’ Aguero:
“Argentina and Manchester City star Sergio ‘Kun’ Agüero has been a revelation wherever he has played; winning plaudits, matches and the hearts of fans all over the world!
It seems young Sergio, affectionately known as ‘Kun’ was destined for great things, having made his professional debut for Independiente at the tender age of 15 years and 35 days old; making him the youngest player EVER to appear in Argentine First Division. Not only that, ‘Kun’ broke the record established by the legendary Diego Maradona, who is not only the father of Argentinean football, but also happens to be his father-in-law too!
Sergio lived up to his promise to become one of the hottest properties in football after bagging an astonishing 23 goals in just over 50 games, with Athletico Madrid eventually winning the race for his signature in a record-breaking transfer. ‘Kun’ who is equally happy playing as a forward or dropping a bit deeper didn’t take long to find his feet in La Liga and was soon firing his side into the Champions League for the time in more than a decade!
It was his virtuoso performances in Spain over a five year period that led to big-spending Manchester City to declare an interest in signing the Argentine superstar and this summer ‘Kun’ made the move to the Premiership for a reported £35 million! Sergio’s agility, pace and strength make him perfectly suited to the best league in the world and ‘Kun’ looks to be settling in incredibly well having bagged seven goals in four Premiership appearances!”