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Holiday Assignment

  1. 1. 1.<br /> Jenni Corbett<br /> Holiday Assignment<br />
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  7. 7. IKEA’S<br />Possibilities Generator. <br /> <br />Submit a picture of your problematic room/ space. <br />Tell the Possibilities Generator what kind of room it is, whether it’s a Childs room or kitchen etc. <br /> <br />Choose whether you would like ideas on storage, colour schemes or all. <br /> <br />The IKEA possibilities generator will then provide a room transformation, possibilities of what you could do with the room with the wide choice of IKEA products<br /> <br />Colour scheme suggestions, storage suggestions, awkward spaces or space limitations, the generator will provide possibilities. <br /> <br />The information about the products featured in the possibilities Generator pictures will be provided for each outcome. <br /> <br />Reference numbers as well as prices make it easy to find on the IKEA website, alternatively, you can save the items through the generator to buy. <br />
  8. 8. Topical Adverts<br />Targeting specific stories around impossibilities, unexplained occurrences, myths and other supposedly impossible events.<br />Ambient Adverts<br />Stickers placed on the bottom of IMPOSSIPUZZLE boxes, magic games and on rubric cube packaging. <br />
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  14. 14. Ambient<br /> <br /> <br />Wine bottles placed in supermarkets will have the images printed and placed inside the glass wine bottle. <br /> <br /> <br />The Price display will also indicate the message of the campaign. <br /> <br /> <br />
  15. 15.  <br />Direct Mail<br /> <br />Similarly, empty, sealed milk bottles will have the campaigns message printed and stuck on the inside of the glass and put outside houses as a milk man would leave milk bottles. <br />
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  20. 20. INFLUENTIAL STYLE NEWS SUPPLEMENT<br />The newspaper supplement will explore the various famous clientele of Savile Row. It will show how different styles have been reincorporated in today's style. <br />The paper will also highlight the many different tailors of Savile Row and showcase their different expertise's.<br />
  21. 21. The Savile Row Influential Style news paper will also be available to download as an app. This will also show style inspirations from celebrity customers. Who dressed who and also give information about other celebrities the Savile Row tailors have dressed. <br />As well as the history of Savile Row, <br />It will give up-to-date style advice hints and tips for both men and women.<br />The app will also allow people to enter competitions to win money off coupons. <br />
  22. 22.  <br /> <br />The National Portrait Gallery is home to the portraits of many iconic and famous figures including some past clientele of Savile Row.<br /> <br />Postcards will be placed within the gallery information guide.<br />This will include a map showing how to get from the gallery to Savile Row<br />The National Portrait Gallery <br />
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  24. 24. Appointment cards with the current date printed on will be placed on or around statues of famous Savile Row Clients including Winston Churchill and Nelson’s Colum. <br />The cards will have a map so show the public how to get from their current location to Savile Row.<br />
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  30. 30. Suits for personalitiescatwalk<br />Held on Savile Row.<br />The Tailors of Savile Row will showcase various suits which displays different personality, show each suits versatility and how it can be worn for different occasions. <br />The catwalk will be open for the public to view, ask questions and see what Savile Row can do for them. <br />
  31. 31. Suit your personality.<br />An app aimed at Savile Row’s male audience – questions will be asked in order to define personality.<br />These questions will relate to famous Savile Row clients such as Michael Caine – highlighting the suit worn in the Italian job was made especially for him at Savile Row. Other examples will include other famous iconic clients such as James bond, The Beatles and Elton John. <br />Once the questions are complete the result will show what iconic figure best suits the personality of the player, which tailor made the suit and a short history about the Taylor. <br />

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