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While JWT’s ‘Make every yard count’ campaign for Nike gets two nominations, Lowe & Partners also got in with its ‘Kan Khajura Station’ done for HUL

BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | June 20, 2014

Click on the image to watch Nike's 'Make every yard count' film.

Click on the image to watch Nike’s ‘Make every yard count’ film.

Cannes Lions 2014… Continue reading Cannes Lions 2014: JWT gets 2 out of 3 Indian shortlists in Branded Content

Sorry Real Houseflies Fans, you’ll have to wait until the Spring of 2011 for your weekly dose of Countess LuAnn and the Crew on the fourth season of The Real Housewives of New York City. Instead of rolling out the red carpet for a new season of The Big Apple edition of Bravo’s popular docu-soap […] Continue reading “The Real Housewives Of New York City” Season 4 Shelved & Branded “Boring!”

kevin pietersenEngland batsman Kevin Pietersen, who irritated pacer Mitchell Johnson by sarcastically asking for his phone number on Thursday and again yesterday, was branded a ‘smarta***’ by the Australian speedster, as sledging took centrestage at the Ashes. “I think he was being a bit of a smarta***. I don’t think he was being friendly,” The Sun […] Continue reading Pietersen branded ‘smarta***’ by Johnson

‘Project Runway’ mentor Tim Gunn has in his new book said that Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes should not dress their daughter Suri in heels as it is “sick”. Suri, 4, has been photographed many times sporting a pair of high-heeled shoes, which Holmes, 31, explained are ballroom dancing shoes for children. But Gunn, 57, […] Continue reading TomKat branded ‘sick’ for dressing daughter Suri in heels

American actress Angelina Jolie is losing her grip on the red carpet, a celebrity stylist has said. British fashion expert and celebrity stylist Kirsty Drury has worked with stars including Kylie Minogue and Claudia Schiffer and has always admired Angelina”s bold style choices but in the recent years, she believes the 35-year-old actress has gone […] Continue reading Angelina Jolie”s dress sense branded ”drab”