Emirates just released a commercial highlighting some of the things that make it the most appealing airline in the world. All we can say is, wow. It has bars, spa/showers, electronics and more.
Jennifer Aniston, a spokeswoman for Emirates, stars in the ad that shows the appeal of economy class on an Emirates A380 and opts to trade her first-class seat for a seat in the economy cabin.
The new ad is a follow-up to a commercial that Aniston starred in last year that compared the many amenities offered in the first-class cabin on an Emirates flight with the few offered in first class on competing airlines.
The ad is unlikely to sit well with US airlines that have struggled to keep up with the products offered by Emirates and other Middle Eastern airlines. In fact, a feud has been brewing between US airlines and their Middle Eastern competitors for a while.
American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and United Airlines accuse Emirates, Qatar Airways and Etihad Airways of gaining an unfair advantage by receiving tens of billions of dollars in government subsidies over the past 10 years.
Emirates, along with the other Middle Eastern airlines, has denied receiving illegal subsidies, but ads like this are sure to make US competitors salty. I cant’ wait to book my next flight on an Emirates A380. It looks amazing!
The members only private club and hotel, Soho house has opened in Barcelona. This will be their 17th international property. Housed in an 18th century building in the Gothic district, it has 57 guestrooms, two restaurants, a spa with indoor swimming pool, a rooftop pool, gym and a 36-seat screening room.
Guestrooms will pay homage to their Catalan roots and boast Mediterranean colors, Spanish textiles, mid-century European antiques, double-height vaulted ceilings and Gothic architecture. For dining, guests can enjoy Cecconi’s Barcelona for Northern Italy dishes or head to the Spanish-influenced House Kitchen for Mediterranean-inspired fare. Although it is a members-only property, the spa can be accessed by the public.
Next year the brand plans to open the 252-room Ned hotel in London. The venture will launch in spring 2017 and will be Soho Houses’ most ambitious project to date. In partnership with US hotel owner and developer Sydell group, the hotel will feature nine restaurants and bars.
Forget about pink and blue cartoon clothes. IS your kid a little bit rock and roll?
For its debut kids collaboration, Native Shoes has partned with the ultimate cool children’s label, nununu to create two original designs fit for the rocking tot. Recognized as the antithesis to traditional baby wear, the Israeli-based nununu adds a welcome dose of minimalism to Native’s future-forward footwear, coming together in a partnership that celebrates the modern munchkin.
Set in nununu‘s traditionally neutral, sleek palette, the collaboration proves that all black is anything but basic.
Launching for the Fall/Winter 2016 season, each silhouette includes a water-resistant coated twill upper, cozy fleece lining, EVA outsole, and the liteness expected from a Native brand shoe.