ARMANI TWEET TALKS VOL.02 IS NOW LIVE
Wednesday London is pleased to present Armani TweetTalks Vol.02.
Following the huge success of Vol.01, Wednesday assisted Giorgio Armani in the creative development and technical implementation of this groundbreaking social initiative.
From Beijing to London, Vol.02 of #armanitweettalks took place in the UK capital on the 26th of July. Debating the synergy between Fashion and Sports, were influencing personalities such as GQ editor Dylan Jones, The Times’ Laura Craik, Mr Porter’s Jeremy Langmead and International rugby player Thom Evans, to mention but a few.
If you missed the live discussion on the TweetWall, you can still follow the debate at Armani Tweet Talks and don’t forget to subscribe for future talks.
Armani Tweet Talks is now live
Wednesday London is pleased to announce the #ArmaniTweetTalks initiative.
Wednesday has been working alongside Giorgio Armani to develop the strategic, creative and technical implementation of the first volume of this innovative social content.
Armani Tweet Talks is a series of open discussions between industry insiders and international personalities, aimed to increase the dialogue and debate on Twitter specifically around different fashion topics. This ground breaking project has put Giorgio Armani ahead of its competitors within the social and digital sphere.
The first volume ‘China, The New Fashion Superpower’, featured experts such as Angelica Chung, Editor in Chief of Vogue China, Federico Marchetti CEO / Founder of Yoox.com and Hung Huang, Social Guru. If you missed the tweet by tweet live discussion on the Armani Tweet Wall, you can still watch the highlights of the first volume here.
The new Armani.com is now live
Wednesday is excited to be working with Armani, the leading Italian fashion and luxury goods group. Wednesday is creating a new Armani.com that is bringing to life the range of activity across its broad brand portfolio, in addition to creating five distinct brand worlds within the site for Giorgio Armani, Armani Collezioni, Emporio Armani, Armani Jeans and Armani Junior.
As the first brand to live stream a haute couture show online in 2007, the brand has built a reputation for an innovative approach to communications and digital media – something it is looking to maintain with a digital presence that blends content and commerce with social integration and mobile access.
See the site at armani.com