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Unfortunately it seems like they're much more interested in selling ever larger watches by the thousands just because the masses want them, instead of the couple of handfuls they could sell to us that want something more traditional.Guitar companies look at what’s been posted on forums, no reason why watch companies shouldn’t .
Never seen either ad in print, only on the net. I'd be shocked if the BMW one is real, as it seems a bit over the top for such a conservative brand that largely targets families -selling sedans and SUVS. Still they are amusing.
They read online discussions. Just not this one.You don't think this thread is important enough that all the marketing and R&D bigwigs for the major watchmakers have their eyes glued to their screens and are constantly pressing F5 for updates? How non-Styleforvm of you.
The BMW one was sent to me in the mid-late 2000s by a friend and stuck in my head ever since. Back then BMW was cooler - see Jeremy Clarkson (also cooler then) complaining about Chris Bangle "ruining" the "driver's brand" - and they didn't set themselves on fire in car parks. I vaguely remember people trying to get pre Bangle 3 and 5 series for the driving experience - and like some of the watches recently discussed, that meant used. With hindsight they were just the first in a trend that swept the industry for fatter, electronics ladden fancy school buses with tiny hyper efficient engines and bland, overly complex, messy aesthetics.Never seen either ad in print, only on the net. I'd be shocked if the BMW one is real, as it seems a bit over the top for such a conservative brand that largely targets families -selling sedans and SUVS. Still they are amusing.
lets hear 'em, I'm curious to see what you mean by model plan...are you talking tweaks to an existing model or frankenstein-ing something together?Dammit. I have a model planned for each of Rolex, Omega, Panerai and JLC that could convince me to actually buy more watches.
or it may have been intended for a European audience. They tend not to go batshit crazy over ads like that.Never seen either ad in print, only on the net. I'd be shocked if the BMW one is real, as it seems a bit over the top for such a conservative brand that largely targets families -selling sedans and SUVS. Still they are amusing.
This is quickly hobbled together, but it should give an idea.lets hear 'em
Purchased a Rag&Bone jacket there back in 2006 or so that I still have... No idea there was a Louis connection.Murray's other daughter, Nancy, owns Relish, a successful womens clothing boutique in DC that has been in business for 25 years. Many years ago when Relish carried mens clothing, I asked her about Debi. Nancy rolled her eyes and made a snarky comment.
For me my requests areSpeaking of making things true that're on the net, can we put our wish list for what models our favourite makers should do next here, and then have somebody make sure they get that info?