Commodity, an online scent boutique, is aiming to change the industry. The fragrance industry--a realm of cheesy commercials and tenuous celeb endorsements--has been fairly untouched by the Internet age, unless you count the flourishing knockoff economy. Show More Summary
One celeb who LOVES to shop till she drops? Mad Men’s Christina Hendricks, that’s who! On Monday afternoon, the red-headed beauty and a gal pal checked out a few boutiques in SoCal. After picking up some fab finds at Vince, … Continue reading »
Clothing Company Uses Colorado Massacre To Promote Dress After the horrible tragedy in Aurora, Colorado, the word “Aurora” was trending worldwide on Twitter. One clothing company, Celeb Boutique, didn’t quite understand what happened and why. Well, they sent out a
After a gunman killed at least 12 people and injured dozens more in Aurora, Colo., early Friday, the word "Aurora" began trending on Twitter. Not long after, online retailer Celeb Boutique wondered in a tweet whether that trend was due to a Kim Kardashian-inspired dress it sells, dubbed the Aurora.
There are no words. Clothing website, Celeb Boutique clearly didn't Google, turn on a TV, or even do a hint of research before sending out a tweet to peddle a dress on Friday. The online retailer saw #Aurora was trending on Twitter, which unbeknownst to them was because of the tragic Dark Knight Rises movie theater massacre [...]
Upscale online retailer Celeb Boutique gets a big ol' "Seriously?!" for this tweet. After mounting criticism, the company apologized, but the damage has been done. From HyperVocal: We'd love to give these people the benefit of the doubt, but if you make mention of a hashtag, CHANCES ARE YOU CLICKED ON THAT HASHTAG to see what the fuss was about. Show More Summary
Fashion brand Celeb Boutique sparked outrage on Twitter by breezily using the hashtag #Aurora, which was trending on Twitter because of mass killings in Colorado. We look at the tweets and reaction.
Well, this is awkward. Shopping website Celeb Boutique somehow missed the tweets, text alerts and breaking news headlines on Friday morning regarding the shooting in Aurora, Colorado and decided to troll for customers on Twitter. (And of course Kim Kardashian was the celeb name they dropped. Show More Summary
The @celebboutique account earn the wrath of Twitter on Friday after using the #Aurora hashtag -- trending because of the Aurora, Colorado, "Dark Knight Rises" theater shooting -- to sell its "Aurora" dress style. Celeb Boutique apologized for the "misunderstanding" and deleted the tweet after about two hours.
Earlier today online fashion store Celeb Boutique tweeted the above in what just may be the most disturbing incident of insensitivity following last night's tragic shooting in Aurora, Colo. But they weren't the only ones. The National...Show More Summary
Sometimes, we just don’t understand people. As most of us not living under a rock have heard, as many as 71 people were shot, at least 12 of them fatally, during a midnight screening of The Dark Knight Rises in Aurora, Colorado last night. In fact, #Aurora was trending on Twitter because of the tragic [...]
In a deplorable move to hawk cheap dresses inspired by the likes of Kim Kardashian, online store Celeb Boutique takes full advantage of "#Aurora," which trended on Twitter shortly after the "Dark Knight Rises" massacre in Colorado, Aurora that left 12 dead and 50 wounded. It's a pretty despicable move, one that has sparked furor from followers. [ more › ]
Earlier this afternoon, Celeb Boutique — the "online boutique loved by your fave celebs and your new addiction" — realized that #Aurora was trending. "OMG!" someone who will almost certainly be fired later today thought to themselves. "It must be thanks to Kim Kardashian!" More »
Clothing site Celeb Boutique uses the trending topic #Aurora -- i.e., the city where a deranged gunman killed 12 at last night's The Dark Knight Rises screening -- to push a Kim Kardashian dress. What the fuck. More » Post from: Crushable
In times of unthinkable, horrifying tragedy, it's easy to slip into a downward spiral of petty political arguments and blame. But one thing we can all agree on is that Celeb Boutique has officially said the most astonishingly inappropriate thing any of us will hear today.
Move over Rep. Louie Gohment and the NRA — we have a new frontrunner in the race to see who can make the biggest ass of themselves in the wake of the Theater 9 tragedy in Aurora, Colorado. I have to say, someone is going to have to come pretty strong to beat this… You have to give them a little extra credit for sprinkling some Kardashian in there. Show More Summary
Celeb Boutique, a retail clothier, tweeted a cheeky reference to the Colorado Dark Night massacre on Friday that has inspired significant blowback. The women’s clothing retailer tweeted that the Aurora shooting hashtag which was trending on Twitter at the time of the offending tweet must have been referring to a clothing line by Kim Kardashian. Show More Summary
So here’s the next episode of “Dear Brand, You’re Now Done on the Internet”. This episode comes to you by way of Celeb Boutique on Twitter. Apparently, nobody told the...
Celebrity Boutique Employee #1: Oh my god, Ashley, did you hear about the shooting in Aurora, Colorado? Twelve people were murdered. It's so awful. Celebrity Boutique Employee #2: I know, I can't even—wait. Aurora? We sell a dress called Aurora! Celebrity Boutique Employee #1: Awesome! [Celebrity Boutique Employee #1 and ... More »
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