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Understanding the timeless power of the icon From Marilyn Monroe and Chanel, to Steve McQueen and Tag Heuer to Sophia Loren and Dolce & Gabbana, there are countless examples of brand/icon partnerships that continue to resonate. Steve McQueen died nearly 40 years ago, yet he remains one of the [...]
Finally, a Smartwatch for People Who Love Watches But seeing that connectivity is rapidly becoming the way of the future, TAG Heuer took up the challenge of creating a connected watch that lived up to the high standards of Swiss watch lovers. And the result is the brand's first Swiss-made luxury smart [...]
via Hong Kong Tatler (press release)]
Watch Men: Carson Chan And Winston Koo Share Their Favourite Timepieces Having both grown up in Southern California before moving back to Hong Kong in the 1990s, Winston Koo and Carson Chan are living what some would consider parallel lives. They're both established in their fields, have many friends in common, and share [...]
via Allure Magazine]
The Sonya Dakar SuperLift Advanced Contouring Eye Serum Is Meant to Be Worn Like Sunglasses The just-launched Sonya Dakar SuperLift Advanced Contouring Eye Serum is a lightweight gel serum (no, not a cream) made with maca root, which acts as barrier to protect that ever-so-delicate skin against environmental stressors. There's also tamarind [...]
24, file photo, Maria Sharapova of Russia celebrates after defeating Belinda Bencic of Switzerland in their fourth round match at the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne, Australia. Austria-based company Head announced Thursday, March 10, it was planning to extend its sponsorship deal, three days after Sharapova revealed her use of the banned substance meldonium. As drugs go, this one was at least easy to spell and easy to pronounce: meldonium. But it is no less dangerous to an athlete than a drug that is difficult to pronounce and impossible to spell, like tetrahydrogestrinone, a drug that many athletes have been accused and/or convicted of taking, including former track star Marion Jones. Last week, Sharapova called a press conference to announce that she had failed a drug test for meldonium at the Australian Open.
Instead of calling the annual NCAA basketball tournament March Madness, perhaps we should call it March Ad-ness. According to Broadcast and Cable, CBS and Turner Broadcasting claim they're virtually sold out of commercials for March Madness and have generated record ad revenue on both TV and digital. Prices for TV ads this year are up in the mid- to high-single digit range, and revenues are up double digits because there’s extra inventory to sell. Turner Sports executives point out that the NCAA’s corporate marketing program helps generate revenue from official sponsors led by AT&T, Coca-Cola and Capital One. In all, according to Kantar Media, the NCAA men's tourney brings in upwards of $1. 15 billion in advertising revenue.
Tag Heuer announced novelties for Baselworld The Swiss company TAG ... Men’s watchwith a case diameter of 43 millimeters. The bezel is made from ceramic, engraved numerals and silver lacquered. TAG Heuer is a Swiss company that produces prestigious watches, chronometers, smartphones, and glasses. [...]
via Market Watch]
Maria Sharapova is doing everything right (after doing something so wrong) It allows you to put context around it, and frame it before someone else can ... And then he admitted he was lying,” Deschauer says. Nike, Porsche and TAG Heuer became the latest sponsors to distance themselves from Maria Sharapova after the tennis ... [...]
via Daily Mail]
Sure to get hearts racing! Tully Smyth puts on a leggy display while Stephanie Rice and Kate Peck opt for more demure looks at the TAG Heuer Grand Prix Party For makeup, the former reality television star went with a natural look and glammed it up with a bronze smokey eye and lashings of eyeliner ... event was to celebrate the partnership between TAG Heuer and Red Bull ahead of the upcoming Formula One ... [...]
Sharapova lawyer confident of ban leniency For a sport where women have long struggled - and only recently achieved - to gain equal footing with the men, this development is yet another setback. And TAG Heuer, which had been ... Sharapova's positive test is a black eye on the sport. [...]
via Tri-County Sun Times]
Conor McGregor thanks the fans, throws some shade in Instagram post Tate's second loss to Rousey came at UFC 168, but she was promised a title shot after defeating Jessica Eye last summer ... Luxury watchmaker Tag Heuer said it was not going to renew its contract with Sharapova "in view of the current situation". [...]
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With his close-cropped, skull-hugging buzz cut and burly frame, the man silhouetted against the office window looks like a retired special forces operative. However, the large whiteboard that occupies much of one wall, covered in long lines of bewildering algebraic formulae linked by arrows to swiftly sketched (and, to the uninitiated eye, completely abstract) diagrams, suggests the brain of a university professor or research scientist. His desk only adds further confusion to the...