Marks & Spencer Will Work With Microsoft

Marks & Spencer Will Work With Microsoft

The British brand Marks & Spencer has signed a strategic partnership with Microsoft to change its strategy and become more technological. Within the framework of cooperation, Microsoft engineers plan to integrate technologies such as AI to optimize the company’s work and improve the quality of customer service both in the store and online.

“We firmly believe that AI enhances human ingenuity. Currently, the sales area is one of the most difficult in Britain, and thanks to working with Marks & Spencer we will learn how AI can help the brand, “said Cindy Rose, CEO of Microsoft UK

Recall that Marks & Spencer is experiencing business restructuring and plans to close by 2020, 100 stores in the UK and reduce the scale of Simply Food in an attempt to develop e-commerce.



Logomania, Feathers, and Panama at Valentino Menswear Show SS’19

Logomania, Feathers, and Panama at Valentino Menswear Show SS’19

Valentino SS’19 was shown during the Paris Fashion Week. Continuing the theme of the couture show, creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli presented a moderately bold and magnificent collection.

“It’s about how Valentino can be a suitable brand for the current generation. I want to give up exclusivity and be more comprehensive. I want the haute couture to be alive. He cannot exist only on the red carpet, “Pierpaolo Piccioli said.

As a result, the designer combines a high fashion with street culture: Panama and sneakers are decorated with feathers, outerwear – Valentino logo, and on the hoods and bombers, flower patterns appear.



The influence of the creativity of Yves Saint Laurent on the collection of Raf Simons menswear SS’19

The dynamism of fashion is shown in the collections of the Belgian designer Raf Simons. Demonstrate their skills for the second time Simons decided in the suburbs of Paris. The line represents a new look at the cut of men’s clothing that would suit a new generation. The designer concentrated on catchy forms and combinations, weaving couture aesthetics. The creation of the must have a future season – outerwear from the atlas – Raf Simons was inspired by the guests of the popular Parisian club New Wave.

“I was thinking about Yves Saint Laurent and his incredible color combinations. Everything, except for T-shirts and some men’s suits, was made of satin duchies, “says Raf Simons.

The 70s and 80s were reflected in the neon colors, and the massive platforms on the shoes and the greased black and white prints on the T-shirts reminded of the punk aesthetics in London.