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            16 / 09 / 14

            Semiotic Snackbox: Fashion

            • Welcome to Flamingo’s first ‘semiotic snackbox’, a collection of short pieces on a particular theme, designed to offer some interesting new thinking on familiar brands, an introduction to Flamingo Semiotics, and some broader inspiration and amusement.

              Released to coincide with London Fashion Week, in this issue we discuss why there’s more going on with Versace than you’d first think: the different models of femininity offered by Kate Moss and Cara Delevinge; what Reebok can tell us about what it means to be a ‘classic’ brand; why brands should pay attention to Gap’s ‘Dress Normal’ campaign; and how Burberry understands the role of heritage in contemporary Britain.


              We hope you enjoy it, and if you want to find out more about any of the articles, please contact us at: semiotics@flamingogroup.com