Well, I’m all for abit of change but not only is the new Topshop.com a massive copy of AllSaints.com (in design, layout, font, colour palette etc…) they’ve obviously not even proofed their website before launching it to LIVE. I had a massive ROFL at the copycat website this morning when I saw the blurb above and just had to share! I have a massive bug bear with spelling and mistakes!
Basically, when you click on NEW IN>SHOES it brings up the above page…. only the text is supposed to be for a Shorts category, not Shoes. But hold on, that’s not even the cherry on the cake! The cherry comes in the form of the blurb being, apparently, meant for TOPMAN.COM!
I wonder how long it is before they notice their #TopshopFail?
Today was the day that technological history hit me in the face with in a big, beautiful and shiny Apple bag.
(This is the beauty on my desk, along with my helmet and aeroplane heh).
(This is Lee Ryan (AKA Tom) modelling the beauty by his desk. heh).
I think it’s pretty damn amazing – can’t wait till James buys one for our house though! 😀
First observations? It’s not as big as I expected… of course, it is 10 inches, but it’s really not laptop size; it’s perfect size. Also, and ultimately, it’s really rather lightweight too! Infact, it’s a nice weight;o Whilst having a play with it, you certainly see how responsive it is too. We watched Toy Story 3 and messed on with the demo applications.
Call me sad, call me a geek – I don’t mind, but I’ll say this, this is the future of communication and computing. Right in the palm of your hand. Well done Apple, I salute you!
What do you think of the iPad so far then?
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Emma Cook returns to TOPSHOP for another successful collaboration with the high street brand. This time round Emma has emblazoned jumper dresses and sweaters and cardigans with the average ‘name’ – whether that be Janet or Louise or maybe Geoff or Gerrard. However, I’m quite enjoying the Claire and Grace names being sat next to eachother on the below cardigan… (I miss that!)
Emma Cook for Topshop, £70
Emma Cook for Topshop, £65
Emma Cook for Topshop, £50