HOW SOCIAL MEDIA TRANSFORMED THE FASHION INDUSTRY FROM A DICTATORSHIP TO A DEMOCRACY

“It’s sort of comical how you think that you’ve made a choice that exempts you from the fashion industry. When in fact, you’re wearing a sweater that was selected for you by the people in this room….” -Miranda Priestly If you’ve watched The Devil Wears Prada (2006), you probably remember the moment you heard that monologue on … Read more HOW SOCIAL MEDIA TRANSFORMED THE FASHION INDUSTRY FROM A DICTATORSHIP TO A DEMOCRACY

Lavish lifestyle of 21 year old Datuk becomes social media hit

PETALING JAYA: The lavish lifestyle of a 21-year-old Datuk has caught the attention of netizens, and his postings on social media have gone viral. Datuk Muhammad Saiful Muhamad Ali’s postings on his Facebook and Instagram accounts seemingly depict a life of luxury, especially a video he posted on his 21st birthday. In the video, Muhammad … Read more Lavish lifestyle of 21 year old Datuk becomes social media hit

Cops ‘looting’ apparels from street vendors;Video viral on social media forces bosses to suspend ASI, cop

STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Had the video filmed by a passerby showing two cops looting jackets from roadside vendors in a broad daylight not been went viral on social media, no action would have been initiated against erring cops but after widespread criticism from various corners, police bosses took prompt action against their men and … Read more Cops ‘looting’ apparels from street vendors;Video viral on social media forces bosses to suspend ASI, cop

India’s Textiles Minister changed; sadly the mindset of media & politicians remains unchanged

In a significant, but surprising turn of events, high profile and vocal Smriti Irani has replaced Santosh Kumar Gangwar as the Textiles Minister of India. While the industry rejoices, the media has branded the move as a demotion, underplaying the importance of the Ministry and the need for having a strong Minister at the helm. … Read more India’s Textiles Minister changed; sadly the mindset of media & politicians remains unchanged