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Maticevski Spring 2015 Ready-to-Wear Fashion Show

Real(Advertisement) - What if you were already 30 minutes late to a meeting, but you hailed a cab that got you there an hour early? Wishful thinking? Not when your taxi has gull-wing doors and a Flux Capacitor, as New York fashion design company Nooka (via Mike Lubrano Advertising) has done in a new ad campaign featuring a yellow "Back to the Future"-style DeLorean cab. This is awesome.

Real(Advertisement) - What if you were already 30 minutes late to a meeting, but you hailed a cab that got you there an hour early? Wishful thinking? Not when your taxi has gull-wing doors and a Flux Capacitor, as New York fashion design company Nooka (via Mike Lubrano Advertising) has done in a new ad campaign featuring a yellow "Back to the Future"-style DeLorean cab. This is awesome.

Infographic: How Batman’s Suit Has Changed Through The Years - DesignTAXI.com

Infographic: How Batman’s Suit Has Changed Through The Years - DesignTAXI.com

12 Closet Staples To Get You Through The Work Week #Infographic #Fashion #Design

12 Closet Staples To Get You Through The Work Week #Infographic

Carly (Cameron Diaz) wears this navy blue white colorblock dress by luxury fashion designer Martin Grant on her way to the taxi when Kate stalkes her with the Great Dane. The v-neck dress with the golden belt and the symbolic name Dana fits to her role as a ‘fertility goddess‘ and sexy lawyer who helps her friends. The dress is sold out but I've found some nice alternatives!

Carly (Cameron Diaz) wears this navy blue white colorblock dress by luxury fashion designer Martin Grant on her way to the taxi when Kate stalkes her with the Great Dane. The v-neck dress with the golden belt and the symbolic name Dana fits to her role as a ‘fertility goddess‘ and sexy lawyer who helps her friends. The dress is sold out but I've found some nice alternatives!

GAP SHOWS SOLIDARITY FOR SIKH MODEL  A GAP advert featuring Sikh actor and fashion designer, Waris Ahluwahlia, has been defaced with graffiti. The poster campaign was vandalized in a New York City subway where one hooligan changed the original slogan on the poster, “Make Love”, to “Make Bombs”. Added to this he also wrote the discriminatory statement “Please stop driving taxis!”

GAP SHOWS SOLIDARITY FOR SIKH MODEL A GAP advert featuring Sikh actor and fashion designer, Waris Ahluwahlia, has been defaced with graffiti. The poster campaign was vandalized in a New York City subway where one hooligan changed the original slogan on the poster, “Make Love”, to “Make Bombs”. Added to this he also wrote the discriminatory statement “Please stop driving taxis!”

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