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Why NOT you? You ARE worthy of the Luxury Lifestyle

Just want to get real… I’ve been excitedly sharing why I believe GWT is such a great business opportunity and how it is in a class of its own… I’ve touted how it’s a very highly rated MLM, how it’s now in well over 165 countries, how it’s created more millionaires in a shorter time than just about any other MLM, and, how the products that it distributes are of world-class, first-rate, heirloom-grade; ultra-beautiful works of art in the form of designer clothes, jewelry and accessories…

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I’ve shared with you all how getting involved with GWT – Global Wealth Trade – is not only a wise choice, but, it may be the quickest way to not just getting rich, but, to raise your social status by rubbing shoulders with the upper classes and elite. I’ve raved about how you would be able to look AMAZING every day as you dress to the hilt in top designer luxury garments and accessories…

But, my question is this… YOU who are reading this — and perhaps have read some of my other articles about GWT — have YOU yet checked out my link that tells more about how unbelievable this program is, it’s epic compensation plan, and, all the rest of the details on how one (you?) could soon be living the luxury lifestyle most of us have hoped we could eventually live? Have you entertained the thought of how you could be the next millionaire with GWT? Or visualized yourself dressed like those people you’ve envied as you watched them get in or out of their Ferrari or walk in or out of that country club, realizing that, each day, living this type of lifestyle could be part of your “job description”?

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I would dare predict that most of you have NOT looked further into this amazing chance to really, really, realllllly MAKE IT!! May I ask WHY???? Why do you decline to take the rocketship to success, where you get to live the high life of the rich and famous? Do you, perhaps, think it’s just “not you” to live a lavish life? Might you think that you are just a “regular” person? I challenge you to consider what limiting thoughts you may be unconsciously harboring, and repeating to yourself, that keeps you from living the life that you deeply crave, but deny yourself, and that seems a million miles away, because you are being held back by self-limiting ideas of your self worth.

Let me tell you something, friend… God does NOT play favorites. God does NOT make “junk.” God created you to be ALL you can be, and, He will help you to BE IT and HAVE IT, if you agree with Who He Says You ARE. YOU, my friends, are children of the Most High and Holy, Unlimited, and Omnipotent God. In His Kingdom, there is no lack. The streets are paved with Gold. There are no limits and His Provision NEVER runs out, no matter how much He gives to others, there’s PLENTY left for you… If you change your opinion of what you deserve and of your value, you will realize that YOU are every bity as worthy of ultra-success and being FABULOUS as anyone else.

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So, with that said, why don’t you actually follow through with that little voice inside your head that’s telling you, “go ahead and check it out… maybe you could be that person living in that mansion, flying that private jet, and never having to worry about money again.” It’s easy… Just click here and watch your future transform itself into one that you had hoped for and dreamed about, but had been highly doubtful could ever materialize. With GWT, it really IS possible… C’mon, take a look, here, and join my happy, wealthy team, today. You are worth it. You deserve it. It’s got you name inscribed on it… Now, just do it. God will take care of the rest. Thank you!

Confused on Which Opportunity to Choose?

What makes for a good opportunity? Hmmm… That’s a loaded question, but the answer is as simple as shooting blanks! What makes for a good opportunity to market for requires finding a company that offers the following, in this order:

  1. A company that offers an actual product. A product of extreme value. A product that is sought after. A product that is not only useful, but beautiful and of the highest possible level of quality. A product that can be given as heirlooms. A product of prestige and elegance that others would envy. A product that lasts practically forever. A product that carries a “lifetime” warranty. A product that indicates a heightened level of status.
  2. A company whose brand is recognized as amongst the best in every respect.
  3. A company that is progressive and innovative and that appreciates using people to promote and distribute its products, instead of spending millions in advertising.
  4. A company that has a compensation plan that can take its representatives (its affiliates) to amazing income heights with less signups.
  5. A company with a rock solid team structure, designed to ensure that you can succeed, and providing the support you need.

The problem with internet marketing opportunities, in general, is that many of them are more hype than substance, emphasizing what’s “good,” and, omitting or not disclosing the potential “bads.” Beware of these low-integrity companies that have:

  1. No real product at all, or service of value… and, are, basically, a ponzi scheme masquerading as a real company that offers something of value, or that
  2. Offer “educational” info that could be found for free on the net, or others that
  3. Employ “Smoke and Whistle” promotional black-hat techniques, wherein the “possibilities” and saleable attributes are hyped up to the max, while the negatives are hidden from those interested in possibly joining the program. These companies will make their income disclosure almost impossible to find, and, most marketers won’t mention the fact that (in general) over 98% of people who attempt to market and make a significant income, fail to do so, and never even recover their initial sign-up costs.

The effects of the problem above is multi-faceted. For one, the marketers are fooled, then, those who sign-up under the marketers are fooled, and, if there are any customers, at all, they, too, are fooled, and then the internet continues its downward slippery sloping spiral that it continues on.

Some say, MLM is bad. Why? One thing that most MLM’s offer, at least, are a product. And, if you pick a company that offers a good product, then, it’s not difficult. What’s difficult, is trying convince somebody to signup for a lame program or something that they don’t need or want. Properly qualifying someone so that you know, as a professional, that they will benefit from your product, makes the “selling process” not difficult, but easy, fun, and fulfilling!

So, back to why I wrote this press release. The reason is that I am involved with a company that is not well understood by many marketers shopping for opportunities. Why? In part, because this company is not into hype. The company I speak of is into making the highest grade quality products that are sought after by people with discerning taste and large incomes. Products of this quality sell themselves! Reputations precede all companies. So, get involved with my company, because, you will succeed and you will be happy to be making happy customers.

Earlier, I listed the attributes of a quality company to market for. My company, GWT, the marketing arm of FERI luxury designer products, has all of these, and more. For instance:

  1. GWT offers an actual product. A product of extreme value. A product that is sought after. A product that is not only useful, but beautiful and of the highest possible level of quality. A product that can be given as heirlooms. A product of prestige and elegance that others would envy. A product that lasts practically forever. A product that carries a “lifetime” warranty. A product that indicates a heightened level of status.
  2. GWT ‘s FERI Brand is recognized as amongst the best in every respect.
  3. GWT is a progressive and innovative and that appreciates using people to promote and distribute its products, instead of spending millions in advertising.
  4. GWT has a compensation plan that can take its representatives (its affiliates) to amazing income heights with less signups, which is why GWT attracts professionals who already have fantastic careers and some of the top marketers of all time.
  5. GWT has a rock solid team structure, designed to ensure that you can succeed, and providing the support you need.

So, may I cross-examine you my friend, for just a moment? How long will you go on being fooled by hype? That’s it. No further questions.

CONCLUSION: GWT is a fantastic company, because it gives a marketer who appreciates the value of quality and who understands why its preferable to live a luxury lifestyle, being surrounded by lavish items that stimulate the senses and that last practically forever, a chance to really make it in this world. A chance to raise their lifestyle level to one they previously may have thought unattainable. A chance to look fantastic, become ultra-wealthy and successful, and, to be fabulous! If you want this, instead of toying around with a bunch of fluff that doesn’t make anyone rich exept the folks who founded these fake opportunities, contact me, Roderick Mackenzie ~ Fashionpreneur. I will tell you how you can be fashionably correct, properly trendy, fabulous looking, and have a level of confidence and finances constanly going in the upward direction, instead of down.

Thank you for reading this and have a fashionable day!

How Hard or Easy is it to Get Into the Fashion Industry?


If you were to ask a professional in the fashion industry how to start a career in the world of fashion, most of them would say something like the successful person who wrote the article, below:

The following article was written by Lauren Conrad and can be found here: https://laurenconrad.com/blog/2015/08/ask-lauren-tips-for-getting-into-the-fashion-industry/

“One of the questions that I get asked by readers very frequently is how to pursue a career in fashion. I’ve given my advice on this topic before, but now that I have almost 10 years of experience under my belt, I thought I’d share my knowledge once again. Here it goes…

Don’t Confuse Loving Fashion With Wanting to Work in Fashion

Working in fashion is not always as glamorous as it seems. Just like any other highly competitive industry, you put in long hours and a lot of hard work to get where you want to be. It’s easy to confuse loving fashion with wanting to work in fashion, but they are two totally different things (kind of like how reading for pleasure is totally different than reading for a class you’re taking). For some people, it might make more sense to pour your effort into another career, and then spend some of those hard-earned dollars on a shopping trip! You have to really love the whole fashion industry to want to make it your career.

Explore Your Options

A lot of people might think that working in fashion only means being a designer or a magazine editor. But there are so many different roles within the industry. Keep your options open and find the position that is really right for you. Every fashion brand needs publicists, stylists, sales executives, marketing managers, and more to keep everything running. Find a way to apply your unique talents to a job that really suits you. Click here for some good resources on how to land an internship or job in this industry.

Intern or Assist

Learning from experience really is the best way to get started. If you’re still in school I recommend seeking out internships in the fashion industry. They will help you figure out what you want to do, what you don’t want to do, and give you an opportunity to learn from the ground up. If you’re already in the working world, be open to assistant positions. Even if it means getting coffee for someone, you will also be learning valuable skills at the same time. Stay humble, be nice, and I promise you will work your way up. Many successful fashion industry pros started out as someone’s assistant.

There you have it! I hope my tips inspire you to work hard and pursue your dream job.”

But, if you ask me, I would tell you it’s not so hard to “get a job” – or, really, start a career even – in the world of fashion as most people would tell you, because, there is a new way that has somewhat recently been introduced by a top luxury goods designer, wherein one could make a very handsome living by simply acting as representatives, or “walking billboards” for the designer – basically, getting dressed up in high fashion garments and wearing luxury accessories, and passing on your excitement about it to those who would admire the way you look.

You might be thinking, “how could this be? Could this be real?” And, my answer is, “yes!” There is only one requirement that is the same as the lady above mentioned, if you want to be successful at it – you must have a “passion for fashion,” otherwise, you will not do well… BUT, if you consider yourself a serious fashion lover, and may even consider yourself a “fashionista,” then, you can start just about any time with a tiny investment of under $170! Plus, no special skills, talents or connections are required to succeed in this particular fashion-related career.

If you like the idea of basically rubbing shoulders with the elite and VIP’s of the world… of spending time at cafes and special occasions with the ultra-successful and having them want to look like YOU, then, contact me, Roderick Mackenzie ~ fashionpreneur, so I can help you realize how easy, fun and extremely lucrative this opportunity can be for the right person.

Haute Couture Retains its Hotness Through the Centuries

Haute Couture

Haute Couture is French for high sewing, high dressmaking, high tailoring or high fashion, it refers to the creation of exclusive custom-fitted clothing which are sewn entirely by hand.

The Haute Couture name is protected by law, legally, a fashion house can only describe its designs as Haute Couture after meeting some very strict requirements.

Clothing must be from one of 11 Paris couture houses that are registered to the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture. To register, fashion houses must follow certain rules. However; In the 21st century, this is not necessarily the case, the term has been misused to the point where the real meaning of couture has become somewhat blurred with time.

Many famous French fashion houses closed during the occupation of Paris in World War ll, Chanel included. However; some of the new ones managed to keep their doors open during this difficult time, and the post war period saw the return to prominence of haute couture through iconic French designers like Dior, Chanel, Balmain and Givenchy, to name a few. These giants, were followed by a host of creative designers from London, New York, and Milan. Although haute couture would undergo a number of changes, it would never-the-less remain quintessentially French.

The rich and well-heeled wants exclusivity; they are prepared to pay for clothing that are unique, with an individual style and elegance, which they found in haute couture, and which means that you can make money with Vintage Haute Couture clothing, as they retain their value and, sometimes, are worth even more with time.

Haute Couture originated in France, with the arrival of Charles Frederick Worth in 1845. Worth was an Englishman who would ironically become known as the father of Paris couture. His dresses were in such high demand, it became the first clothes in history to carry its own label. Worth was followed by Paul Poiret who lost his throne to the woman with a distinct style all of her own, Coco Chanel.

In this current climate, a designer wardrobe means money. Unwanted couture pieces can be auctioned off for a great deal of money. vintage couture are well made, they are unique and with their famous labels, people are prepared to pay well to acquire them.

Bargain-hunters waited in long queues on a quiet street in Chelsea recently. And no; they were not queuing for the latest Gucci or Jimmy Choo must have accessory, they were jostling for position outside a Red Cross charity shop to purchase used clothing, but not just any old rubbish. This was a one-off sale of top designer outfits, previously worn by Britain’s best known trendsetter.

Before moving house, Victoria and David Beckham donated much of their wardrobes to raise money to help survivors of the Philippines Typhoon disaster. Many shoppers eager to get their hands on these top designer clothing waited for hours, although only 150 of them would be allowed to make a purchase.

Investing in a particular designer or in a decade such as the twenties, thirties, sixties, seventies or even the naughty nineties is now akin to collecting art. There is money to be made from collecting fashion items, not only works by famous French designers, although those are at a premium, well made bespoke clothing will make money, as will clothing by new and not so well known designers that are likely to do well in the future.

What to Collect

If you think this may be a good way to earn some money, and would like to give it a whirl, you could start by collecting a favourite designer or decade. You can collect vintage items, or you may prefer to obtain good quality new items that will become vintage.

The real designer outfits

Find out if a designer name is really a genuine designer name, this can be checked through the Chambre de Commerce et d’Industrie de Paris (French Federation of Fashion). the biggest names in the world of fashion who are considered to be high-end couturiers are listed here as members.

Check the list of grand couturiers for ideas of names you may want to keep an eye out for. The real vintage clothing is in high demand, mainly because the names are no longer produced.

Names such as Charles Worth, Norman Hartnell, Biba, Mariano Fortuny and Paul Poiret were all high fliers in their time and are highly sort after today. However, items from original designers of houses that still exists today, like Coco Chanel, Christian Dior and Versace are also just as desirable. Rare pieces that were produced in a limited quantIty and remain in good condition will retain or increase their value. Museums who buy from auction houses prefers smaller sizes, therefore you may find that the smaller sizes are more valuable that the larger ones.

Decade of Fashion

When choosing fashion by decade, it’s a good idea to dig around fashion achieves to gain an understanding of what is fashionable and trendy, or what was the trademark of a particular designer.

Collaborations by certain well known designers with high street retailers has yet to prove their worth in the vintage market. From Karl Lagerfeld for H&M to Zandra Rhodes for Marks and Spencer, these joint ventures has yet to show up in the auction houses or become vintage. Unfortunately; despite the impressive names, these clothing are only likely to bring in a small profit, since the quality remains high street.

If you love fashion, but are not the “collector” type

The good news – for those of you who love fashion, but are not collectors, bloggers or couturiers, have no special designing or marketing skills, don’t have special connections or deep pockets, yet still want to make money with fashion, there is hope! You now only need a “passion for fashion,” and a desire to wear the latest high fashion designer garments and accessories to generate an income in the fashion world. Wonder how that can be? Contact me, Roderick Mackenzie ~ Fashionrpeneur, and I will tell you how easy, fun and lucrative it is to make money with fashion the easy way. Follow me to fashion riches!


You Become Like Those You Rub Shoulders With

If you love #fashion and the idea of living a life of #luxury and a lifestyle of status and success, then read on… It’s true – You become like those whom you spend time with. Want to be wildly successful, rich, and fabulous? Then, you must spend time with people who are wildly successful, rich and fabulous. How? Well, have you ever heard of the expression to “fake it ’til you make it?” Or, to “dress for success” ? These are both truly amazing concepts and very powerful, indeed, if used properly. Let me explain…

You may or may not know that the wealthy and successful have a uniform. That uniform is known as top #designer #highfashion luxury garments and accessories. If you dress like them, they will allow you into their exclusive club. And, when you “rub shoulders” with them, their success will rub off on you. Before you know it, you will be like them.


Sound improbable or absurd? It’s actually very logical. Sound impossible to achieve? It’s actually very easy to achieve. How? Join my team of #fashionistas and #earnmoney by getting to wear top designer garments and accessories, at which point you will attract the attention of the class of people that will help you to become like them.

There’s a little more to it than that, but, in truth, it’s not much more complicated than that, and, it’s not expensive, really, to get started with this program, where you #makemoney by helping the rich to dress the way they like, while making them your friends and mentors.

Contact me, Roderick Mackenzie ~ Fashionpreneur, and I will help you get there… It’s much less expensive that you think to #getrich!

Why is GWT Such a Wonderful Opportunity?

Glad you asked!

First, let’s explain what GWT is. GWT, or Global World Trade, is the marketing arm of FERI luxury designer goods, the makers of the finest quality products available in the world today. This includes high fashion designer garments and accessories and jewelry, too. Instead of paying millions for advertising, the owner decided to use the method of network marketing to dispense his products to the people. It’s actually a much better way to do it, especially if YOU like to dress looking like a million-and-a-half bucks!

The truth is that GWT is only a great opportunity, if you have a “passion for fashion,” and understand the concepts of “dressing for success,” and “dressing the part.” There have been numerous non-scientific studies that have shown a correlation between how well one dresses and how well they do financially. Did you know that? I believe many of us have heard about that. But, we have ignored it, or disregarded it as “silly,” or “improbable.”

But, it does kind of make sense, don’t you think? …it’s like the “fake it until you make it” concept, which, also seems to inexplicably work. It really isn’t inexplicable, though. There is psychological reasoning to the whole idea that what you think affects everything you do. It has also been proven that if you decide you will smile even in situations where you are not happy, you become happy. Isn’t that great!? That means, that if you dress for success, or dress the part of a successful person, wearing the “uniform” of the ultra-successful person, you begin to gravitate to that same level of success! AMAZING!!

So, that’s part I of why GWT is such a great opportunity for thos who believe.

Part II is that GWT offers one of the best compensation plans in the network marketing industry. What that means is that it takes a lot less people in your downline to achieve a larger income! This is such an attractive difference between GWT and other companies, that GWT has been attracting not only well paid professionals who already have fantastic careers, but, has acquired a few top marketers, who don’t need a new opportunity because they are already so successful, but still have joined GWT because they know a good opportunity when they see one – namely, the famous Ed Mercer.

And Part III of why GWT is such a great opportunity for the right person is, GWT is real. It’s mother company, FERI, produces the finest quality luxury designer personal products in the world today. These products are so well made, that many of them have certificates of authenticity, increase in value with time, and are often given as heirlooms, thus, their value is inestimable, in terms of cost. These products are highly desirable and sought out by those who seek to own only the best.

Now, you may be thinking at this point, “okay, now I get it… it must be expensive to join this one,” and, you would be wrong. That’s part of the beauty of GWT! Not only does GWT have such potential to make you real money, but, it costs so little to get started with the program. If $169 is too much to start your business helping to dispense luxury products desired by the most successful people in the world, then, I’m sorry to have wasted your time with this Press Release.

However, if you feel that this might just be the best chance you’ve had to get to look fantastic every day and get PAID to help others, who already want to look amazing do the same, then, contact me, Roderick Mackenzie ~ Fashionpreneur. It is my job to help you to realize your potential to be Fabulous beyond description. Thank you for reading this and have a fashionable day!!

Stylewatch: Gigi Hadid goes on a family outing with Versace

Versace’s campaign for autumn/winter 2016.
Versace’s campaign for autumn/winter 2016. Photograph: Versace

Have Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik split up? This was the burning question of Friday afternoon. If Versace’s advertising campaign, featuring Hadid and shot by Bruce Weber, is anything to go by, it is indeed #ripzigi. Forget Karlie Kloss and bag on the left of this picture and instead study Gigi and friends. Sure, this is all pretend – as far as we know, the model doesn’t live in Chicago or have two children and a handsome, bearded partner in a biker jacket – but it’s a scenario that suits her (one that has more than a little resemblance to Andre and Rhonda in Empire, but that’s another story). With expensive hair, flawless outerwear, no less than two handbags, not to mention a little girl in a Versace-branded buggy, perhaps Versace have predicted Hadid’s future. Whether or not Malik will have a part to play in it remains unclear.

But, what IS clear is that fashion is hot, fashion is fascinating, and fashion is a multi-billion dollar industry, growing with no end in sight. If you want to be a part of this exciting industry, it’s not an impossibility… in fact, it’s now easier than ever to make a fortune with fashion! How, you may ask? Well… due to the advent of a very brilliant and progressive networking promotion plan executed by a very successful top designer, it is now possible to help “distribute” top designer luxury products, including designer garments, accessories and jewelry, to anyone you meet, or online, and make money doing so! This particular designer decided that he would pay people to promote his line of top designer luxury products, instead of paying for advertising.

Thus, essentially, you would be getting PAID to look fabulous, because, you will have the chance to dress in these same amazing garments and wear these amazing quality accessories and jewelry, just like the celebrities do! If you have a “passion for fashion,” then this is a no brainer for you, because, you can be immersed in the world of fashion and get to dress up every day, while you smile and strut your way to the bank! Contact me, Roderick Mackenzie ~ Fashionpreneur, to learn more!

Louis Vuitton’s Show in Rio Gets Sporty, Punky, and a Bit Political

Louis Vuitton's Show in Rio Gets Sporty, Punky, and a Bit Political


MAY 29, 2016 @ 10:45 AM

Eric Wilson is InStyle’s fashion news director. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram.

Sports, surf, music, art, architecture, politics, the Olympics, an impeachment, and the Zika virus — that is a lot of information to process in one moment, let alone while sitting at a runway show.

Luxury fashion’s latest fixation, destination events that showcase designer resort and cruise collections where editors and celebrities are flown around the world to attend parties in extraordinary, hedonistic locations, has taken an even more decadent turn in 2016. That is, with the world in such a state of disorder and danger, the spectacle of global fashion and media events taking place in these exotic locations is now beginning to overshadow the news of the clothes.

Three weeks ago there was Chanel in Havana, Cuba, a provocative and challenging choice of location for an event that brought designer clothes to a political hotspot, but ultimately a successful exchange that was generally well received by the two cultures. On Saturday afternoon came Louis Vuitton in Rio de Janeiro, where artistic director Nicolas Ghesquière showed his cruise collection at the Niterói Contemporary Art Museum, an Oscar Niemeyer landmark that looks like a spaceship floating above the polluted waters of Guanabara Bay (pictured above). As far as these events go, and judging by comparison between the deep pockets of Vuitton, Chanel, Dior, and Gucci, the Brazil excursion was over the top both in respect to the festivities and the perception that the company was taking a great risk given the challenges that are being faced here: a political crisis with the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff, a severe economic downturn, and fears overthe spread of the Zika virus in advance of the Olympic Games here in August.

RELATED: Chanel Cruises Into Cuba and Sets New Standard for Runway Daring

Even as athletes and world health officials debate the propriety of moving forward with the games, and the potential for spreading the virus elsewhere, Vuitton brought editors, models, and, of course, celebrities (Catherine Deneuve, Alicia Vikander, Jaden Smith,Zendaya) from several nations and continents. The main event, the outdoor runway show, began at just about 4 p.m. on Saturday, actually about 45 minutes before it had originally been planned, because the designer concluded that the light would be better at that moment, about an hour before sunset. Models walked down the twin ramps that descend from the museum like ribbons onto a plaza where seating had been constructed from metallic cubes and ribbed benches, winding through multiple rings of guests. As with Ghesquière’s previous cruise collections for Vuitton (shown in Monaco and Palm Springs), the designs ambled from sports, surf, athletic, punk, and street references, ultimately pointing to a younger, social media savvy customer who would be enticed by, say, a handbag constructed in the stiff frame of a boom box, or graphic prints on scuba-inspired dresses that reflected the colorful airbrushed decals of surfboards.

Karim Sadli

“You know how much I love urban clothes and what women are wearing in the city, which is what I have done for Vuitton for a few seasons now,” Ghesquière said just after the show. “With this collection, the big stories are the tropicalism and the urbanity at the same time. Brazil reflects this incredible mix of big cities with amazing buildings and architecture with a nature that is so strong. I’m a foreigner, I’m French, I bring dark clothes to a city that is all about exoticism and color.” (Watch a video of the show below.)

The impending Olympics, and sports in general, played a stronger role in this collection, with sketched prints of soccer players and scuba-tight dresses that peeled off the body, one worn like a surfer’s bodysuit, half unwrapped after a dip in the ocean (below). And it was the Brazilian editors who seemed most enthusiastic in their response to the collection, citing their pride in Vuitton’s choice of their country to showcase during a particularly turbulent moment.

Karim Sadli

As journalists made their way to speak to Ghesquière, a large crowd had gathered outside the museum, screaming for the attention of the models and celebrities. The designer typically gives his post-show comments to editors in groups from each country, and during his chat with the American contingent, he was asked by Jenny Barchfield, the AP correspondent for Rio, about the the political context of presenting a luxury collection against this backdrop. This was something the designer had clearly considered. In the months leading up to the show, there had been much discussion within the company and without about the wisdom of moving forward with the event.

Ultimately, Ghesquière said, “It’s good to give a strong message to people and to say we are not scared. We are able to travel with our ideas. It’s an economical consideration to do a show in a country like Brazil, but it’s also a cultural proposition.”

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To an extent, both Vuitton in Brazil and Chanel in Cuba have served to showcase the culture of their host countries while furthering their cause of global consumerism. That can result in spectacular displays of fashion as well as uncomfortable contrasts of extravagance against hardship and suffering. But here, the message seemed to be one of mutual embrace. Walking out of the show, Zendaya, wearing a bold and body-con knit Vuitton dress that made her look like a tall tropical flower (below), said she would remember her first visit to Brazil at least for the warmth of the people.

“There is not one person I have met here who hasn’t hugged or kissed me,” she said.

Karim Sadli

If you love fashion, and have a “Passion for Fashion,” and may even consider yourself a Fashionista, then having a career in the fashion world might be a dream come true for you. What does this have to do with marketing? Everything. Did you know that you can earn a very handsome income or additional income stream, while dressing up in the latest top designer garments and accessories and, basically, getting excited about it and sharing your excitement with others? Yes, it’s true. I know, because I do it. Join me and let’s climb to the top of the fashion world and success tower. Contact me, today, Roderick Mackenzie ~ Fashionpreneur. I will be excited to tell you how easy and fun it is to do and how surprisingly inexpensive it is to get started. Have a fashionable day.


High fashion, High Income, High Life

Why you Should and How you Could Enjoy Your Job as a Marketer

Even though your efforts to achieve effective marketing may be motivated mostly, or completely, by making money, I believe that that motivating factor is not enough to bring about the success you desire, without making some major sacrificing in the areas of living an enjoyable life… Let me explain.

Money is very useful, yes, and earning lots of it can be very exciting and solve a lot of earthly problems, I do agree, indeed… However, if you have to sacrifice enjoying your life to make money, by promoting products and or “systems/programs” that have nothing fun or substantive about them, then, you would have to fake your enthusiasm about it, to convince anyone else that it’s an exciting or enjoyable opportunity to get involved with, right? What fun is misrepresenting (lying) things? None, I must say.

So, what is the solution? There are a few. You can find a company that offers real products that benefit people, or, you can find a company that offers highly desirable, exclusive luxury products that people dream of obtaining, and that are a mark of success and status, and that are enjoyable to use. There are some great companies making beauty and health products that are offering some great products that benefit the purchasers, and that would excite me. And, there’s one other company, the one that I am involved with, that helps connect people reaching the pinnacle of success, reaching heights of extreme accomplishment, who not only desire to “look the part,” but also understand the concept of “dressing for success.”

Did you know that the “uniform” for highly successful people is top quality, top designer, high fashion luxury garments and accessories? Well, it is. And, they know it. And, if you like the idea of not only becoming highly successful, but also dressing the part, and have a passion for fashion and looking amazing wherever you go, then, you would throughly enjoy this opportunity that I have embraced and have thoroughly enjoyed myself – being an independent distributor for GWT – the marketing arm of FERI luxury designer products. FERI is the top of the line designer of clothing and accessories and offers products of real and often increasing value that are often given as heirlooms because they are of such high quality. People desire these products, and, you would be helping successful people look their part and get even more successful, while your income grows, quite radically, if I should say so, myself.

If you want to have fun, live life to the fullest, look fantastic, get rich and be fabulous, then, contact me, Roderick Mackenzie ~ Fashionpreneur. I will help your dreams come true. Don’t just let the celebrities get paid to wear top designer fashion and accessories – you can do it, too… Enjoy being a marketer – contact me, today.


Shocker! Kate Middleton Caught Wearing the Same Outfit a THIRD Time!

Third time’s the charm: Kate Middleton recycles Alexander McQueen dress yet again

PUBLISHED20/05/2016 | 13:56

Kate Middleton in Alexander McQueen in 2011, 2014 and 2016
Kate Middleton in Alexander McQueen in 2011, 2014 and 2016

You KNOW that the Fashion Police Must Have Received a 911 Call…
The queen of recycled fashion has struck again.

Kate Middleton’s refreshing approach to fashion has earned her positive headlines yet again as she wore a nautical Alexander McQueen dress for the third time on official royal duties.

Despite the fact that she has an endless bank of designers clamouring to dress her, the Duchess of Cambridge often prefers to break the cardinal sin of style in the public eye and repeat her wardrobe choies.

At an event with sailor Ben Ainslie in Portsmouth today, style stalkers noticed spotted her navy and white midi dress by her designer of choice.

Britain's Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, arrives to visit Land Rover BAR and the 1851 Trust in Portsmouth
Britain’s Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, arrives to visit Land Rover BAR and the 1851 Trust in Portsmouth

The mother-of-two is a patron of the 1851 Trust, which aims to bring the America’s Cup back to where it all began in 1851.

She is a keen sailor and famously beat her husband Prince William in a race of New Zealand’s Auckland Harbour when they toured the country in 2014.

Her latest engagement comes days after she celebrated Queen Elizabeth’s 90th birthday at Windsor Castle alongside her husband of five years and brother-in-law Prince Harry among a host of selected stars.

Read more: The real reason why Kate Middleton and Prince William don’t hold hands in public

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge arrives at Summerfield Community Centre, on August 19, 2011 in Birmingham, England. The Centre is at the heart of the Winson Green Community which was very badly affected by the riots last week. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge arrives at Summerfield Community Centre, on August 19, 2011 in Birmingham, England. The Centre is at the heart of the Winson Green Community which was very badly affected by the riots last week. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

Meanwhile, Kate recently opened up about the family’s matriach joy at welcoming great-granddaughter Princess Charlotte in 2015.

“The Queen was very pleased that she was a girl,” she told the ITV Documentary Our Queen at 90. “The Queen is very fond of Charlotte and takes an interest in what she gets up to.

“Every time we stay with her, she leaves a little gift for George and Charlotte in their rooms. I think that just goes to show her love for [George and Charlotte] and for the family.”

Kate also said she was delighted to have a daughter.

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge during an official visit to Bletchley Park on June 18, 2014 in Bletchley, England. (Photo by Danny E. Martindale/Getty Images)
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge during an official visit to Bletchley Park on June 18, 2014 in Bletchley, England. (Photo by Danny E. Martindale/Getty Images)

“It’s very special having a new little girl…I feel very, very lucky that George has got a little sister,” she said. “The Queen was really thrilled that it was a little girl, and I think as soon as we came back here to Kensington she was one of our first visitors here.”

Britain's Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, walks with sailor Ben Ainslie as she arrives to visit Land Rover BAR and the 1851 Trust in Portsmouth
Britain’s Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, walks with sailor Ben Ainslie as she arrives to visit Land Rover BAR and the 1851 Trust in Portsmouth

Be a TRENDSETTER and wear a completely different Top Designer High Fashion garment each day, if you want to, by joining GWT, where, it would basically be your job to strut down the streets in high fashion garments and accessories and GET PAID to do it! If this sounds impossible to you, well, that would be a rather premature and false judgment upon a rather amazing opportunity that I and a few others are enjoying to the MAX. If you wish to learn more about it, contact me, Roderick Mackenzie, and, “let’s talk” so I can tell you how easy and fun it is to do and affordable to get started! Thanks!

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