Givenchy Gentlemen Only Intense

Givenchy Gentlemen Only Intense is an amazing fragrance. I never thought that the Intense word was not a marketing trick, it is really intense. You wear the scent for a very long time and I did not experience something like this before.

Most of the fragrance with intense word ends up with nothing. However, Givenchy Gentlemen Only Intense is a different planet. I thought it was a pure perfume! If you are planning to buy a new fragrance for a vivid and long lasting scent, try the Gentleman Only Intense! You won’t regret it.

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Givenchy Gentlemen Only | Father’s Day Gift

Gentlemen Only, the most recent perfume from Givenchy for men. I sure you may remember their advertisement campaign featuring Simon Baker getting really wet whilst holding an umbrella to lady next to him. This picture definitely defines the meaning of gentlemen but don’t try it at home :) 
Gentlemen Only is a very fresh perfume, ideal for the summer time. You don’t feel that it is on you but rest of people can feel the Gentlemen. And that’s why I would suggest Givenchy Gentlemen Only as a present for father’s day. 
It is next week and I know many of you will the gift in last minutes. That’s why I am writing this article to avoid your photo finish father’s day present. Go for the Gentlemen Only, it is not only a perfume, but also a statement. However, don’t force your dad to hold an umbrella under the heavy rain!


Mini Beachcomber is like open toe boots!

I have some doubts about the Mini’s product extension strategy. As the automotive industry is suffering serious problems and consumers are still not feel safe, therefore it may not be a good time to extend the product range. On the other hand, consumers’ obsessions with Mini emerged a question in my mind. Should Mini use it full potential and capture as much as market share? And avoid being exclusive! Being exclusive is one of the key elements of luxury goods suggested by J.N. Kapfrerer. As we could see from their concept models, Mini wants to capture every kind of consumers and move from niche to kitch!
Beachcomber model is promising “unique standard of driving pleasure” with no door, no top; actually nothing at all. As you could see from its chunky tyres, this is light weight SUV or in their term crossover, which you can off road “safely”. And when you wish to have extra safety (I think nobody is looking for that!) you just put the door into their places. They defined this as flexible protection!
I think while the designers discussing about this concept vehicles, they evaluate the world from a different perspective. From their concept vehicle, we could see that they suggested, there is no such a thing called accident and side impact. And door are fashion items on cars :)
When I see this concept crossover, I remembered one of my friend’s comment about contemporary boots in luxury brands. They are sold as boots but they have nothing to keep your feet warm. Of course, boots are not for winter, they are for summer! And from the same perpective, this concept vehicle is not offering anything to keep you warm inside.
I admire different design concepts but please be rational, who is going to buy a car with no doors! And how are you planning to pass from side impact crash test? As you don’t have proper doors. Yes, our target group will not push that hard with this car. Probably they won’t even crash or rollover ;)
One suggestion; when you buy this crossover or whatever it is, buy Givenchy open toe boots with them. They will definitely fit with each other :)
Pictures are from;
Luisaviaroma Website
Mini press release

Ultimate Luxury Car by Louis Vuitton Moët Hennesy

LVMH holds sixty luxury brands and a major player in luxury business in different business categories.
And it is very well known luxury brand and a couple of years ago they were going to buy Aston Martin from Ford. (Ford is the retail store for automotive business, they have everything.)
And I designed a scenario if Aston Martin was owned by LVMH. They will offer very different type of luxury product as an option in Aston Martin. Like;
Watch: Hublot or Tag Heuer will be on option list, this is very definite.
Leather: LV, Fendi, Celine, Kenzo, Givenchy. This would be a magnificient leather option in automotive histroy.
Interior ceiling: Sure you would have options from Marc Jacobs to Donna Karan. For cheaper alternative, it would be DKNY.
Interior detailing: Of course, it would be De Beers, nothing else.
Colour choices: It will be offered after every Paris fashion show.
In can entertainment: Dom Pérignon champagne by Moët for passenger of course or while standing still.
Perfumé: For female customers it would be J’ Adore and for male customers Acqua Di Parma.
Car design: It should be made by Karl Lagerfeld.
Luggages: It would come from LV also, hand made ;)
Navigation and internet connection: Navigation; nearest LVMH brands and internet connection; e-luxury website.
And engine: Who cars after all these brands about the engine, handling and so on :)
I really wish to see one day LVMH will own a car brand.
Picture are from:
Acqua Di Parma, Céline, Moët, Louis Vuitton, Aston Martin